List of Doug episodes
Doug is an American animated television series created by Jim Jenkins and produced by Jumbo Pictures. The series premiered on Nickelodeon in 1991, and ran until 1994. Nickelodeon declined to green-light a fifth season, which originally consisted of 13 episodes, and was instead ordered by ABC, which ordered a total of 26 episodes. Disney acquired the production company behind Doug, Jumbo Pictures, as well as the network ABC. The fifth season premiered on Disney's ABC network in 1996. The series continued for two more seasons and a film until 1999.
For the first four seasons (52 episodes), Doug episodes consisted of two stories per half-hour block, with the exceptions of "Doug Bags a Neematoad", "Doug's Halloween Adventure" and "Doug's Christmas Story" as they were full-length. The fifth through seventh seasons (65 episodes) consisted of one story per half-hour block.
In total, there were 117 half-hour episodes produced, containing 166 episode segments.
|First aired||Last aired||Network|
|1||25||13||August 11, 1991||December 8, 1991||Nickelodeon|
|2||26||13||September 13, 1992||December 6, 1992|
|3||26||13||April 11, 1993||July 11, 1993|
|4||24||13||September 26, 1993||January 2, 1994|
|5||N/A||26||September 7, 1996||March 8, 1997||ABC|
|6||8||September 13, 1997||November 22, 1997|
|7||31||September 12, 1998||June 26, 1999|
|Film||March 26, 1999||N/A|
Season 1 (1991)Edit
In the closing credits for this season, two different pieces of music would play: the first piece would be taken from the second story in the episode, and during the last third, Porkchop would don headphones and listen to music from the first story, immediately drowning out the original background music and angering Doug.
Unlike the other seasons, the Jumbo Pictures closing logo is different. It is still and takes place on a blue background.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"Doug Can't Dance"|
"Doug Gets Busted"
|Tony Eastman & Carol Millican|
|Joe Aaron & Ken Scarborough|
|August 11, 1991||102|
Doug is excited about going to his first school costume dance, and having the opportunity to dance with his dream girl, Patti. But Doug's excitement soon fades when Roger reminds him that he has no dancing talent, so Doug goes to Skeeter for dancing tips. First appearance of Doug Funnie, Patti Mayonnaise, Porkchop, Bud and Tippi Dink, Roger Klotz, Skeeter Valentine, and Stinky. |
Doug makes a model of a volcano for a science project. When rumor has it that the volcano erupted and caused the whole science room to explode, Doug decides to disguise himself as Jack Bandit and go on the lam to avoid the cops and getting in trouble. First appearance of Phil, Theda, and Judy Funnie, Chalky Studebaker, Beebe Bluff, Willie White, Ned Cauphee, Boomer Bledsoe, Mr. Bone, and Mrs. Wingo. Also first appearance of one of Doug's alter egos (and the only appearance of Jack Bandit).
|2||"Doug Bags a Neematoad"||Howard Beckerman & Yvette Kaplan||Alicia Marie Schudt||August 18, 1991||101|
|The Funnies have moved from Bloatsburg and are just arriving at their new home in the town of Bluffington. 11-year-old Doug Funnie writes his thoughts in his journal and worries he will not be able to make any friends. On a search to find food for his Mom (Theda), Dad (Phil), sister (Judy), and himself, Doug meets his next door neighbor Mr. Dink. He shows Doug a video about Bluffington and introduces him to the popular hangout fast food restaurant called The Honker Burger. When Doug gets to the hangout, he meets Skeeter Valentine who befriends him right away. Doug also meets Patti Mayonnaise and, right away, has a secret crush on her. However, all is not well when he also meets the local bully Roger Klotz who tricks Doug into believing he has to catch a monster called a Neematoad at Stinsen's Pond to be a town hero.|
|3||"Doug's Dog's Date"|
"Doug's Big Nose"
|Betty G. Birney|
|August 25, 1991||103|
When Porkchop begins acting very strangely, Doug tries to find out what's causing his friend's odd behavior. It turns out that Porkchop has come down with a case of "puppy love" for a local poodle.|
Doug refuses to get his picture taken for School Photo Swap Day at school, because he has suddenly become self-conscious of his nose after Skeeter's little brother Dale calls Doug "big nose".
|4||"Doug Takes a Hike"|
|September 8, 1991||104|
Doug joins the Bluff Scouts and, on his first camping trip with the scouts, he really wants to get his first badge. But when Roger "volunteers" to be Doug's camping partner, he's not sure how the camping trip will turn out.|
Skeeter and Doug win tickets to go see The Beets live at a concert in Bluffington. Unfortunately, everything comes to a halt when Skeeter gets grounded and can't go with Doug to the concert. Doug really wants to go, but sticks with his best friend. On the night of the concert the two are at the Honker Burger, when they get the surprise of their lives.
|5||"Doug Can't Dig It"|
"Doug Didn't Do It"
Marcy Winograd & Jacqueline Hirtz
|September 22, 1991||105|
Doug is thrilled when Mrs. Wingo tells him that he'll be introducing a special performer for an upcoming school show. But when he finds out that the performer is actually his sister Judy, he worries that he'll be embarrassed in front of the entire school.|
A prankster steals Vice Principal Bone's "Der Grosser Yodelmeister" trophy. When the trophy is later found in Doug's locker, Mr. Bone becomes convinced that Doug is the thief.
|6||"Doug is Mayor for a Day"|
"Doug's No Dummy"
|John Pardee & Joey Murphy|
|September 29, 1991||106|
For Student Government Day, Doug is chosen to be the mayor for the day. He visits Mayor Robert "Bob" White on a field trip to Bluffington Town Hall, and makes a big decision in the position when a situation erupts at Mr. Swirly's Ice Cream factory.|
Doug is entered (thanks to Roger) into a school talent contest, and decides to try out a ventriloquism act. Once onstage, Doug has to face his nerves and keep his new pal Buster from losing his head.
|7||"Doug's Cool Shoes"|
"Doug to the Rescue"
|Marcy Winograd & Jacqueline Hirtz|
|October 6, 1991||107|
Doug feels inferior because he doesn't have awesome new shoes, the Sky Davis Inflatable Air Jets, like everyone else. That is, until he meets the real Sky Davis.|
Roger begins pestering Patti to help him with his book report, and when Patti finally loses her temper and yells at Roger to leave her alone, they get punished with a trip to detention. This doesn't sit well with Doug, who tries to stop Roger from bugging Patti. First appearance of Quailman
|8||"Doug Gets His Ears Lowered"|
"Doug on the Wild Side"
|October 27, 1991||108|
Doug decides that he needs a haircut, but he doesn't want just ANY kind of haircut. He goes around town, trying to find a barber that can cut his hair the same way his old friend in Bloatsburg did. He looks all over and finds Mr. Sweeny before escaping the dangerous barber Fluke.|
Doug's motorcycle-riding Grandma Opal comes to visit and she teaches Doug to take risks and enjoy life while taking him on his first motorcycle ride and sushi lunch.
|9||"Doug's Big Catch"|
"Doug Needs Money"
|November 3, 1991||109|
Doug accompanies Mr. Dink to the Big Time Bass-Off Contest, in order to try and catch a fish named Chester who stole Bud's wallet 30 years ago.|
Doug and Skeeter try to make some money in order to buy Mr. Dink a new grill, after they accidentally break his old one with a baseball.
|10||"Doug's Runaway Journal"|
|November 10, 1991||110|
Doug freaks out when he can't find his journal anywhere. All his personal thoughts are in that journal, and he'll do anything to get it back. After posting flyers around town, he learns that Roger has found it.|
Doug accidentally hands in his doodle of Mrs. Wingo, instead of his essay assignment. Hoping he won't get into trouble or be embarrassed, Doug tries to get the doodle back as Smash Adams.
"Doug Loses Dale"
Kayte Kuch & Sheryl Scarborough
|November 17, 1991||111|
Doug and Patti are both paired up in a cooking class competition. When Patti tells Doug she can't cook, Doug invites her over to his house to practice some easy recipes and decide what to cook for their class.|
Doug is nervous because he is given the job of babysitting Skeeter's younger brother, Dale, when the Valentines leave for a trip. So he asks all his friends for advice on babysitting, but Doug finds out you can't always rely on other people's advice. But while Doug is cleaning, Dale sneaks off and then he has to search the entire house for him.
|12||"Doug is Quailman"|
"Doug Out in Left Field"
Lisa Melamed & Alicia Marie Schudt
|November 24, 1991||112|
Doug spends a day drawing his favorite cartoon super hero, Quailman, who saves students from the evil Dr. Klotzenstein, who is using his "brain drain" to suck intelligence out of kids at the Bluffington School.|
Patti is rejected from the school baseball team by Coach Spitz, only because she's a girl. She then organizes her own team with the other kids who have been rejected, and challenges Coach Spitz to a game.
|13||"Doug's Fair Lady"|
"Doug Says Goodbye"
|Bradley Kesden & Skip Shepard|
|December 8, 1991||113|
Doug is reluctant to ask Patti to the Tri-County Fair, so Skeeter invites Beebe to go with them too. Once at the fair, Doug wants to get the chance to ride the Ferris wheel with Patti.|
Before Beebe's big costume party, Skeeter has to tell Doug that they can't go because he believes that he and his family are going move to a new town. Doug can't believe Skeeter has to move, but then Skeeter secretly moves in with Doug in order to stay in Bluffington with his best friend.
Season 2 (1992)Edit
Beginning with this season, only a single piece of music is played for the closing credits, though the animation is still the same until the fifth season.
Additionally, the more familiar Jumbo Pictures closing logo started to be in use, the logo has been in use for the rest of the series since.
This season is also one of the only two seasons to not have any full-length episodes.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|14||1||"Doug Takes the Case"|
"Doug's Secret Song"
|September 13, 1992||201|
Beebe brings her father's expensive new Chromo Neato 5000 radio to school, in order to impress the other students. When it ends up missing, Mr. Bone threatens to hold the whole class in afternoon detention, if the radio is not returned. Hoping to catch the real culprit, Doug decides to take the case as "The Chameleon", who is a master of disguise. But when Doug finds out that Skeeter has the radio, he'll either have to turn him in or cover for him.|
Doug writes a secret and quirky love song about Patti, and makes it into a video at a new store in the mall where people can make their own music videos. But after a mix-up at the store (and after being beset by a severe case of hiccups while filming the video), Doug gets Patti's video and Doug thinks his tape fell into the hands of Patti, who is taking it to an up-all-night party at Beebe's house.
|15||2||"Doug's Got No Gift"|
"Doug Vs. the Klotzoid Zombies"
|September 20, 1992||202|
Doug unintentionally spends all of his money on a video arcade game, "Bag the Neematoad", and now he can't buy Patti a beetball as a birthday present. So Mr. Dink gives Doug the idea of making a gift for Patti, and all Doug hopes is that she'll like it.|
Roger invites everyone over to his house except for poor Doug, who begins to feel left out. Doug later imagines himself as Quailman battling Dr. Klotzenstein, the mad scientist who turns all of Bluffington's citizens into mindless zombies with his zombie chips. Doug then faces Roger at his trailer to discover he has organized a one year anniversary party for Doug.
|16||3||"Doug's Secret Admirer"|
"Doug's on TV"
|September 27, 1992||203|
A secret admirer is putting love letters inside Doug's locker and Doug is horrified to discover that it isn't Patti, but Beebe.|
Doug is excited when his Aunt Betty-Ann invites him and Skeeter to be on a TV show. The only problem is that it is the kiddie show Kiddie Koral. Doug goes to the kiddie show with Skeeter and later regrets it when Roger sees him on the show and tapes it. But when Betty-Ann recognizes Roger, the embarrassment tables are turned.
|17||4||"Doug's Dinner Date"|
"Doug Meets Fentruck"
|October 4, 1992||204|
Patti invites Doug over for dinner with the rest of the gang and Doug is thrilled. It's a dream come true for Doug, until Patti tells Doug she will be serving liver and onions (one of Doug's most hated foods). With the dinner looming, Doug tries everything (including hypnosis) to overcome his fear.|
An exchange student from Yakestonia named Fentruck Stimmel comes to live in Bluffington and attend Bluffington School. However, after Fentruck asks Doug to help him write a letter to a "yellow-haired girl who sits in front of me", Doug begins to suspect that the new kid may already have eyes for Patti.
|18||5||"Doug Battles the Rulemeister"|
"Doug's a Genius"
|October 11, 1992||207|
Roger tricks Doug into breaking a school rule which causes Mr. Bone to give his entire class Saturday detention. Doug imagines how Quailman would handle the situation as he battles the Rulemeister and his pointless rules to try to get his friends out of detention.|
Doug is irritated when Porkchop chases a raccoon and the two animals accidentally get their paw-prints all over the backside of his painting for the Arts Guild Exhibition. But everyone, including the art teacher Mrs. Perigrew, thinks his ruined painting is a brilliant piece of art! When Doug's art is hung in an exhibit, Doug imagines how Smash Adams would get it out, but knows he'll have to tell the truth about his "masterpiece".
|19||6||"Doug Saves Roger"|
"Doug's Big News"
|October 18, 1992||208|
Mr. Bone's nephew Percy Femur transfers to Bluffington School and Roger gets ready to be the bully that he normally is, but it turns out that Percy is very tough and a lot bigger than Roger, and Roger's the one who gets bullied for a change. When Doug tries to convince Percy to leave Roger alone, Percy turns his wrath on Doug, but Doug is saved when Mr. Bone catches his nephew in the act and sends Percy back to his old school.|
When the kids in Mrs. Wingo's class criticize Mr. Bone's dull school news video show, he challenges the class to do a better one. So the entire class turns their classroom into a newsroom with reports from the students. But Roger then sets out to sabotage all their hard work.
|20||7||"Doug's a Big Fat Liar"|
"Doug Wears Tights"
|October 25, 1992||209|
Doug wants to go to the Hoe-Down dance with Patti. But when Connie asks him, Doug lies and says he's staying home to take care of his sick cousin "Melvin." His lie gets him into big trouble when Patti and Connie come over to visit his cousin. Doug gets Judy to play "Melvin," and she does too good a job, because Patti invites "Melvin" to the Hoe-Down.|
In front of the dance teacher, Miss Mimi, Doug signs up to be the lead dancer in the school ballet so he can be dance partners with Patti. His fears about being teased by Roger are quelled when Roger is cast in the ballet as the Rat King. However, he's not so happy to learn that Beebe may get the lead female role instead of Patti, since Mrs. Bluff owns the ballet company.
|21||8||"Doug's Derby Dilemma"|
"Doug on His Own"
|November 1, 1992||206|
Doug and his friends are all building soapbox racers for the Mt. St. Buster Downhill Speed Race, and they all want to win the secret mystery prize, and Doug and Skeeter are having trouble keeping their racer a secret. But during the race, there's a disaster on the track, and everyone finds out that helping a friend is more important than winning.|
Mr. and Mrs. Funnie go to Judy's school dance as chaperones and Doug plans a night in the house all by himself. However, a huge thunderstorm knocks out the electricity and ruins his plan - and having watched a scary movie on TV doesn't help. In order to get the power back in his house, Doug must find the power box in his basement, in the dark.
|22||9||"Doug on the Trail"|
"Doug Meets RoboBone"
|November 8, 1992||210|
The Bluffscouts are on a canoe trip. But trouble arrives when Scoutmaster Dink heads off into the forest to get a new navigational computer, leaving Roger in charge. Doug and Skeeter can't stand Roger's orders, so they search for Mr. Dink who seems to have disappeared.|
When Doug gets The Beets to play a concert at school, Mr. Bone cancels the deal. In a Quailman daydream, Quailman battles RoboBone and his robotic army, which leads to a compromise with Mr. Bone, and everyone learns the importance of compromise.
|23||10||"Doug's Hot Ticket"|
"Doug's Dental Disaster"
|November 15, 1992||212|
The Beets concert in Doug's former hometown of Bloatsburg is sold out, but luckily Judy has two tickets which she doesn't want. Judy gives Doug her tickets and he and Skeeter set out on an incredible adventure on the road and end up as Beets roadies when they meet other fans.|
Doug's tooth hurts when he gets a cavity after biting into a candy bar at the movies, and afterwards has to go to his dentist. Although he doesn't want to go to the appointment, he daydreams how Secret Agent Smash Adams would handle a dental situation, but soon his frown turns to a smile when he meets his new female dentist, Dr. Kay.
|24||11||"Doug's on Stage"|
"Doug's Worst Nightmare"
|November 22, 1992||205|
Bluffington students are cast in the school play, which shows the historic founding of the town. Doug's sister Judy is hired as director, who decides to take on a more "modern" approach to the story. However, parental complaints (which lead Mr. Bone to interfere) threaten the new approach.|
When Roger starts acting nice, Doug's worst nightmare has finally become a reality – Roger has developed a crush on Judy. The only thing that could make things worse for Doug, is if Judy has fallen for Roger.
|25||12||"Doug Pumps Up"|
"Doug Goes Hollywood"
|November 29, 1992||211|
Doug competes in the Mayor's fitness test featuring Ronald Weisenheimer, an Arnold Schwarzenegger-like celebrity, and to get in shape, Doug starts a crash exercise program. But this only brings Doug to hurting every muscle in his body, and with sore muscles, Doug may not be able to compete.|
When J.B. Spiggot, a famous movie director, is looking for someone in Bluffington to be in his newest project, everyone is sure they'll be chosen, especially Judy. When Doug almost gets an offer, he worries about hurting Judy's feelings, but he's saved when Porkchop is who J.B. wants.
|26||13||"Doug's Lost Weekend"|
"Doug's Lucky Hat"
|December 6, 1992||213|
Doug wins a Super-Pretendo with the video game Space Munks, but the more he plays, the more he can't put it down. Suddenly, he realizes the weekend is over and he hasn't even started his homework.|
A mysterious hat floats onto Doug's head. Strange and wonderful things begin to happen to him, so Doug claims the hat as lucky, and it isn't long before Roger wants to get his hands on it. Creator Jim Jinkins claimed this as his favorite storyline of the Nickelodeon series.
Season 3 (1993)Edit
Along with the second season, this season is one of the only two seasons to not have any full-length episodes.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|27||1||"Doug's Fat Cat"|
"Doug and Patti P.I."
|April 11, 1993||301|
Roger asks Doug to take care of his cat, Stinky, while he goes on a trip. Since Stinky has been acting weird to Roger, he said that he has put Stinky a diet. But, Stinky not only rips up the Funnie home but also eats all the junk food in the house and gets sick. Doug rushes him to the vet, hoping he'll be OK. But when Doug gets there, he and Roger are surprised that they find out Stinky is really female, and saw that she just had kittens.|
Someone has sabotaged the wheelbarrow race at the Bluffington picnic and now no one can be in the race. So, Doug and Patti team up to solve the mystery of who did it and why.
|28||2||"Doug is Slave for a Day"|
"Doug Rocks the House"
|April 18, 1993||302|
Judy catches Doug breaking a vase that belonged to their mom. To keep her quiet, Doug must agree to be her slave for a week. He suffers until he realizes that the only way out is to tell the truth.|
Doug destroys an entire old house in a rock-throwing contest with Roger. But when Patti witnesses the contest she gets angry at Doug, and he has to figure out why.
|29||3||"Doug's Comic Collaboration"|
"Doug's Pet Capades"
|April 25, 1993||303|
Doug and Skeeter decide to work together to create their own comic book featuring Silver Skeeter and Quailman fighting the evil Wacky Weather Man. But when they can't agree which character should be the hero, the boys end up not speaking to each other. |
Porkchop wants to enter the Bluffington pet talent show, but Doug is completely oblivious until Roger and his cat, Stinky, challenge him and Porkchop. Doug's now determined to come up with the perfect act for his dog, with some help from Skeeter and Larry.
|30||4||"Doug's Career Anxiety"|
"Doug's Big Brawl"
|May 9, 1993||304|
For Career Week, Doug is chosen by a computer to be corporate executive in charge of a class project. He can't handle the stress until he finds out there was an error in the guidance counselor's computer.|
After Larry the A.V. nerd punches Doug in the face, Doug punches him back. Suddenly, the other A.V. nerds make Doug look bad at school and all of the other students are hoping Doug will start a new fight with Larry. Doug doesn't want to fight again and comes up with a quick solution.
|31||5||"Doug's Huge Zit"|
"Doug Flies a Kite"
Michale Schaefer & Ken Scarborough
|May 16, 1993||305|
Doug is invited to Beebe's party, but something shows up on his face that makes it impossible for him to go out in public.|
Mr. Funnie convinces Doug that he has a great idea to build the perfect kite to compete in the upcoming Bluffscout airshow. Doug thinks his Dad's idea is too simple, so he changes it thinking it will be better, but he gets surprising results.
|32||6||"Doug and the Weird Kids"|
"Doug's Behind the Wheel"
Christine Ecklund & Keith Hoffman
|May 23, 1993||306|
For a project, Mrs. Wingo lets her students get to know each other more and Doug is paired with the two people no one else wants to be paired up with, the weird twins Al and Moo Sleech. When it's time for Doug to write his report, the Sleech twins have one already written up for him. Doug knows he's going to have to visit the Sleech's to get his own facts.|
Judy is getting her license, and Doug tells Patti that she'll take them to the opening of an amusement park, Bumper Car Mania. Judy fails her test when she can't parallel park, and Doug must help her pass any way he can so he can get that ride from Judy. NOTE – First appearance of Al and Moo Sleech
|33||7||"Doug's New Teacher"|
"Doug on First"
|May 30, 1993||307|
While Mrs. Wingo is away, a substitute named Ms. Newberry takes her place. Doug makes a bad first impression which places him as the class troublemaker and Roger as the nice guy. So Doug tries everything to change Ms. Newberry's image of him.|
Doug and his friends are on the team Patti's Pulverizers, and they are on top when it comes to winning games. All of the parents, including Doug's dad, think it's unfair that only Patti gets to pitch and they want their own kids to pitch. But after the parents have their way, they realize that it may not be a good idea.
"Doug's Monster Movie"
|June 6, 1993||308|
Assistant Principal Bone shuts down the school newspaper because of Doug's unflattering cartoon about the school's least favorite lunch food, magic mystery meat. All the other students love the cartoon, so they rally to get their newspaper back.|
Doug and Skeeter are having trouble finding a scary monster for their homemade video movie, until Mayor White creates a monster of his own with his "beautify Bluffington" campaign, which was inspired by Doug's mom Mrs. Funnie.
|35||9||"Doug's Hot Property"|
"Doug and the Little Liar"
|June 13, 1993||309|
Some tough high schoolers offer to sell Doug the very rare first issue of the Man-O-Steel Man comic book, the one issue he is missing from his collection. That same issue turns out to be missing from Sully's comic book store and Doug feels guilty that he had bought Sully's stolen issue. However, when Mr. Sully lets only one customer into his shop at a time for security reasons, Doug decides to do what is right for everyone.|
There's a new girl in town named Loretta Lequigly who says she is from Yakestonia and can speak the language. Loretta catches Skeeter's eye and Doug is convinced that Loretta is a liar, and Skeeter is believing everything she says. With help from Fentruck, Doug sets out to expose Loretta's deceit. Though Loretta admits she isn't fluent in Yakestonesian, she turns out to be not as big a liar as she seemed, and Doug learns a lesson about judging people too soon.
"Doug's Nightmare on Jumbo Street"
|Joe Fallon||June 20, 1993||310|
Doug wants to raise enough money to buy a new skateboard and sets up a lawn mowing enterprise to do so. Skeeter and the Sleech Twins join in, but they soon feel Doug is being unfair. Doug may raise the cash, but he risks losing his friends in the process.|
Everyone in school is talking about the final scene in the latest horror movie, The Abnormal, but Doug closed his eyes and missed the ending. After thinking that he's a chicken for not seeing the ending he finally gets up the courage to see the film again and realizes it is not only not scary, it's silly.
|37||11||"Doug's Shock Therapy"|
"Doug is Hamburger Boy"
|Evan Gore & Dietrich Smith|
|June 27, 1993||311|
Mr. Bone is in the hospital and Doug unwillingly volunteers to take get well soon cards to him from Mrs. Wingo's class. But when Doug gets there, Mr. Bone thinks he's getting Doug's prized skateboard instead. What's more, the skateboard brings childhood memories to Mr. "T- Bone".|
Mr. Dink volunteers Doug to dress up as the Big Honkerburger and talk to kids in costume at the Honker Burger for a week. Plus, he has to go to the Bluffington picnic with Patti and be the Big Honkerburger without telling anyone who he is. Doug's busy weekend will be something he'll have to handle all on his own.
|38||12||"Doug and the Yard of Doom"|
"Doug's Garage Band"
|July 4, 1993||312|
Doug and Skeeter are playing with Patti's new Wacky-Wizzer frisbee and accidentally toss it into a fenced-in yard. Doug tries going in to get it back, but encounters a huge guard dog named Lady. Doug imagines how Race Canyon would get himself out of the mess.|
Beebe gets Doug and Skeeter their first gig for their new band – but they have to let her join. Now, every time Doug wants to add something to the show he has to let in new members, and it seems they all just want to play the drums.
|39||13||"Doug's Great Beet War (Doug Operation Moody School)"|
"Doug's Magic Act"
|Matt Steinglass & Dietrich Smith|
|July 11, 1993||313|
When the Bluffington School float for the upcoming Beet parade goes missing, Doug is accused of helping the Moody School students steal it. So Doug and Porkchop must sneak into the Moody School to see for themselves. There is a reference to The Beatles White Album at the end of the episode. The Moody School's float is a plain white square with the word "Beet" on it.|
Doug tries to impress Patti with a magic trick from his new magic set, but it backfires and they end up handcuffed together, without the key, for the entire afternoon. This does not sit well with Patti as it makes her miss planned activities. After many attempts to get the key, they realize the magic store owner may have a solution - if they can get there before the store closes!
Season 4 (1993–94)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|40||1||"Doug's Math Problem"|
"Doug's Big Feat"
|September 26, 1993||401|
Doug gets a letter from his school and panics when he sees it's addressed to his parents. Since he's doing poorly in math, Doug immediately assumes that it's a failing notice! So he does everything to find out what the letter says and avoid his parents from seeing it. If that wasn't enough, Patti is trying to tell Doug something and get her message to him.|
It's the day of the big football game against Bloatsburg, and Doug is snared by Coach Spitz, who mistakenly believes Doug has a "golden toe" for field kicking. Doug is then put into the next football game by Coach Spitz, and he is very nervous when he finds out that Percy Femur is on the other team.
|41||2||"Doug's Bum Rap"|
"Doug and Patti Sittin' in a Tree"
|Tony Eastman & Marc Sevier|
|October 3, 1993||402|
Doug is accused of cheating when he and Chalky score identical marks on a test. Both of them are given one day to confess or else they'll both have to take a harder re-test this Saturday. Doug knows he didn't cheat so he tries to talk about it with Chalky, but he keeps avoiding Doug. Finally, Doug gets Chalky to confess, and Chalky accepts the consequences, which involve taking the re-test and missing the big football game. |
Patti asks Doug to go with her to the movies, and now everyone at school is teasing them about dating. Even Doug wonders if it is really a date or not. In order to find out, Skeeter goes through dating scenarios from a book with Doug.
"Doug Tips the Scales"
Tony Eastman & Drew Edwards
|October 10, 1993||403|
Doug's Bluff Scout Troop #617 has to raise money for new canoes, so they sell "Bluff Scout Booster Bars" door to door. But after being rejected by everyone, Roger offers a new way to sell the bars, which Doug doesn't agree with. Then when Doug sells a bar to Mr. Swirly, he realizes the problem of why the bars taste so horrible.|
Over the weekend, Doug puts on a few pounds at Grandma Funnie's house and has been invited to Beebe's pool party. Doug is too embarrassed to be seen in a swimsuit, so he decides to work the extra weight off before the party using Ronald "Prepare to Suffer" Weisenheimer's videos. However, it turns out he's not the only one who's insecure about his body.
|43||4||"Doug's Halloween Adventure"||Myrna Bushman & Paul Sparagano||Ken Scarborough & Alan Higgins||October 30, 1993||404|
|Doug dresses up as a hero named Race Canyon. When a spooky new amusement ride, Blood Stone Manor, opens up at Funkytown on Halloween night, Skeeter wants to check it out instead of trick or treating. Doug reluctantly agrees to go, but when the park closes before their turn comes up, Roger convinces them to go on the ride anyway. Once on the ride, Roger scares Doug and Skeeter big time, so it's up to them to scare Roger back!|
|44||5||"Doug En Vogue"|
"Doug's Mail Order Mania"
Tony Eastman & Marc Sevier
Andy Yerkes & Kenneth Lonergan
|November 7, 1993||405|
Doug wishes he was more fashionable until his friends at school accuse him of dressing like Dylan Farnum from the TV show "Teen Heart Street". He's tired of being told he's copying someone else's style, so he decides to shop for a new look.|
Doug becomes the victim of a contest scam that promises to make him rich. But after trying so hard and paying a lot of money, Doug later realizes he may not be as close to winning as he thinks.
|45||6||"Doug's Birthday Present"|
"Doug's Fan Club"
|Tony Eastman & Drew Edwards|
|November 14, 1993||406|
Doug is impressed by Mr. Bluff's gifts to Beebe. Mr. Funnie feels pressured to make more money for a better birthday present for his son, so he decides to start his own photography store. At first, Doug is excited by the thought of more money, but when he sees the effects on his father and their family, he realizes that money can't buy happiness.|
After performing a magic trick, Doug becomes adored by a second grader named Todd Bentley, who starts to follow Doug everywhere. Doug enjoys being idolized until Todd embarrasses him in front of his friends, and finally tells Todd to leave him alone, which upsets Todd and leaves Doug feeling guilty.
"Doug Clobbers Patti"
|Alan Higgins||November 21, 1993||407|
Doug is nominated for class treasurer, and when he finds himself running against Willy White, the mayor's son, he starts making promises to his voters he knows he can't keep. Meanwhile, Tippi Dink runs for Mayor of Bluffington and wins! While Skeeter's cousin wins for class treasurer instead of Doug and Willy. |
Doug beats Patti in a bowling match, and Skeeter tells everyone about it. Doug gains popularity, but feels bad about beating Patti every time they play a game. It seems Patti is having a losing streak and is upset about it. Doug decides the only way to save Patti's feelings is to try to make himself unlucky.
|47||8||"Doug's Treasure Hunt"|
"Doug's Brainy Buddy"
|Tony Eastman & Marc Sevier|
Alan Higgins, Ken Scarborough & Dietrich Smith
|November 27, 1993||408|
Doug and Skeeter go digging for artifacts when they get assigned to research Bluffington's history. They soon get into trouble though, when they are caught digging on the Bluff estate even though they didn't know.|
Skeeter gets a high score on an intelligent test making him a genius, and Doug is convinced Skeeter got the wrong test results. But soon Skeeter starts to spend less time with Doug and more time thinking about going to college, and Doug thinks he has lost his best friend.
|48||9||"Doug Ripped Off!"|
|Tony Eastman & Drew Edwards|
|December 5, 1993||409|
All of Doug's friends have cool bikes, but Doug hates his—until he discovers that someone has stolen it. He thinks about who could have taken it, and wonders if one of his friends is a thief.|
Doug and Judy get into a fight and blow their big chance to stay alone in the house while their parents are on vacation. Instead, they're cursed with the strict baby-sitter, Mrs. Stintson, who is a firm disciplinarian and serves dinners of prunes, and they realize that the only way out of this mess is to cooperate.
|49||10||"Doug's Christmas Story"||Paul Sparagano & Myrna Bushman||Ken Scarborough||December 12, 1993||410|
|When Porkchop has been mistakenly accused of attacking Beebe, Doug has to try to clear his best non-human friend out. Unfortunately, former Mayor White, and Bill Bluff are determined to make sure that Porkchop never bothers anyone again. After a trial in court, Porkchop is sentenced to a dog pound for bad dogs, and after Doug's attempt to break Porkchop out of the pound fails, Doug tearfully realizes that Porkchop may be put down. He tries to imagine how Quailman, Smash Adams and Race Canyon would solve the problem, but finally realizes he's going to have to find his own way out of this mess. At the return court date, Doug convinces the judge to let Porkchop return to the scene of the crime to show them what really happened. Beebe falls in the thin ice, and Porkchop rescues her. Everyone now realizes that the reason Porkchop "attacked" Beebe before was to try to pull her away from the thin ice. Doug is proud of Porkchop, who is now hailed as a hero. At Porkchop's request, Mayor Bluff hosts a Christmas party for all the dogs in the pound in order to find them all new owners.|
|50||11||"Doug's in the Money"|
"Doug's Sister Act"
Tony Eastman & Marc Sevier
|Jim Jinkins & David Campbell|
|December 12, 1993||411|
An envelope of money falls from a speeding car and Doug finds it with a huge fortune in it. Doug hands it in to the police and everyone makes fun of him for doing it. After no one claims the money, the police tell Doug he can keep the money. When Doug discovers who the real owner is, he must choose between what's legal and what he knows is right.|
Mrs. Funnie invites Judy's new boyfriend over for dinner, but Judy is embarrassed by her boring family, especially Doug. So she decides to "spruce" things up around the house, but a resentful Doug decides to do some "sprucing up" of his own.
|51||12||"Doug Throws a Party"|
"Doug Way Out West"
Tony Eastman & Drew Edwards
|Andy Yerkes & Kenneth Lonergan|
|December 26, 1993||412|
Doug is having his first house party and he is very excited about it, he just doesn't want it to be lame. But when Roger suggests to play Truth or Dare, Doug hopes it'll make his party better.|
When Patti invites everyone to go horseback riding at a dude ranch, Doug brags about how well he can ride. But his exaggerations get him in trouble when he is assigned an aggressive horse that he can't handle.
"Doug's Bad Trip"
|January 2, 1994||413|
Doug and his friends are getting ready for the end of sixth grade and are graduating from Bluffington School. Doug feels a bit sad about leaving so he tries to find Principal Buttsavitch to talk to him. But when he finds out that Roger is as reluctant to leave the school as he is, Doug convinces Roger (and himself) that the new school will be great.|
As the summer begins, the Funnies plan to drive across the country to visit the Great Painted Gorge. Mr. Funnie is committed to keeping to a schedule, but Doug and Judy convince him to stop at several tourist traps along the way. The family isn't having any fun on the trip, until they finally reach the stop that makes it all worthwhile.
Season 5 (1996–97)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|53||1||"Doug's Last Birthday"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||September 7, 1996||ABC-101|
|Doug's fears about the changes that are happening in life make him think about canceling his birthday parties. The summer is coming to a close and Doug is delivering invitations for his 12th birthday party to all his friends. While he goes all around town, he discovers that Bluffington (as well as his friends) have been through changes. The Honker Burger is changed into a French restaurant called Chez Honque, Roger is rich, The Beets are breaking up, a new Middle School is being built, Connie has lost weight, Patti is being home schooled in the mornings and Doug needs a hair cut. So many things have changed that it makes Doug sick of changes, so he cancels his birthday. But later, Judy makes him realize that changes make us different from rocks, and Doug reinstates his party just in time for some shocking news from Mrs. Funnie.|
|54||2||"Doug's New School"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||September 14, 1996||ABC-102|
|It's the first day of seventh grade at the new middle school which still does not have a name, so a "Name Your School" student contest is created by the former Mayor White who is now the school's principal. The contest causes fierce competition between Patti and Doug when they don't like each other's school name suggestions. Mr Bluff decided to name the school after her daughter Bebe Bluff Middle School. Doug meets all his teachers including his homeroom and English teacher Ms. Krystal, and during breaks, the students realize the school isn't quite finished yet. Also, the gang is on the search for the perfect new hangout since the Honker Burger is now Chez Honque. That hangout at the end is revealed to be Swirly's.|
|55||3||"Doug Grows Up"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Ken Scarborough||September 21, 1996||ABC-103|
|Doug and Skeeter wear their Bluff-Scout uniforms to school to prepare for the upcoming Shindiggarama. Doug gets laughed at and concludes the Bluff-Scouts are "kids stuff", so he quits. Doug starts to think the Bluff-Scout duties are childish and searches for a more grown up environment. Doug then tries to live a more grown up life by talking and dressing like a grown up. A mature party at Roger's house makes him realize he's not having fun as an adult because he cared too much about what people think. Doug then goes back to Bluff-Scouts and has a great time at the Shindiggarama, realizing that Bluff-Scouts have given him many skills he will need as an adult. Roger decided to re-join the bluff scouts.|
|56||4||"Doug's Hoop Nightmare"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Scott Fellows||September 28, 1996||ABC-104|
|Doug tells the story of what happened last summer at a sports camp. The Funnie family is curious when Doug gets a letter from Bolivia. Doug's explanation involves the previous summer, where Doug went to the Grinning Bear Sports Camp with Patti. Meantime, Doug's asthmatic cabinmate Leonard, who has made a career of escaping summer camps, plans yet another escape. However, Doug, Chalky, and Patti have to worry about the upcoming basketball game they have to play against a tougher camp.|
|57||5||"Doug: A Limited Corporation"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Ken Scarborough||October 5, 1996||ABC-105|
|The Beets are having a break-up concert. One minor problem is that Doug is broke. After school, he stops by Swirly's for a chocolate shake, while Patti is with Connie and Roger. Next, Doug ends up working at his Grandma Edna's Craftee Shoppee with his Grandma Edna. After Roger wants him to sell the tickets, Doug refuses to sell the tickets to him. Doug wants to be rich and tells Skeeter to come down to the store, but almost forgets to invite Patti to the concert, angering her. Meanwhile he gives up all the tickets to Roger. On the night of the concert, Roger arrives with Patti, who is not with Doug. Doug is up on the hill and is found by Patti. When it is hard to hear the music, Patti sits next to Doug, and the concert starts.|
|58||6||"Doug's in Debt!"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||October 12, 1996||ABC-107|
|For a class project, Judy lets Doug borrow one of her theatrical Napoleon hats after making him sign a contract. Doug loses the hat and Roger finds it and won't give it back to Doug. In order to get the hat back from Roger, he asks Doug to do many favors including stealing a plastic cow. After all the favors are done, Roger still refuses to give the hat back. Since Doug can't return the hat to Judy, he must suffer the consequences. After Doug tells Judy that Roger won't give the hat back to her, Judy takes the hat from Roger.|
|59||7||"Doug's Big Comeback"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Dennis Garvey||October 19, 1996||ABC-109|
|When Doug gets tired of being insulted by Roger and his gang, he gets help from Mr. Dink, who provides him with some home movies of the famous insult comedian, Rick Nickles. After viewing these home movies, Doug gets the ability to crack insulting jokes. At first it puts Roger in his place, but Doug soon realizes that he's made a mistake when he makes wisecracks about the people he loves. Meanwhile, the Beebe Bluff Middle School baseball team goes on strike after Chalky is unfair in his coaching.|
|60||8||"Doug's Bloody Buddy"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||October 26, 1996||ABC-108|
|After Connie starts a rumor, the students of Beebe Bluff Middle School get into an uproar that Skeeter is really a vampire. Doug and Roger investigate the rumor and soon everyone becomes scared of Skeeter after they see him hanging out with bats. Soon all of his friends avoid him and on the night of his Halloween party, Doug feels guilty for not going to his party without even knowing what Skeeter thinks about the rumor.|
|61||9||"Doug's Patti Beef"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Matt Steinglass||November 2, 1996||ABC-106|
|Patti eyes the snooty club, The Junior Daughters of the Founding Mothers and Fathers where no boys are allowed and Doug is surprised she's interested in it. Doug worries if Patti joins the club, she'll change and won't have time for him anymore. Also, Skeeter has his eye on Muffy Silverson who is part of the club, so Doug and Skeeter dress up as girls to find out all about the snooty place. Meanwhile, Ned, Willie and Boomer accidentally save the oldest tree in town and are treated as public heroes.|
|62||10||"Doug Directs"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Andrew Reich & Ted Cohen||November 9, 1996||ABC-110|
|Doug ends up directing the annual Founder's Day Pageant after Judy drops out of directing duties. The group decide to stage a musical based on the founding of Bluffington by the Bluff family. But everyone has different ideas for what to do, and the argument causes everyone to split up. A sudden blizzard leaves everyone stuck inside the school, and Doug realizes they will all have to cooperate to pull through. When help comes to rescue them, they decide to stay in school to finish the play.|
|63||11||"Doug's Movie Madness"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Mark York||November 16, 1996||ABC-112|
After Doug and Skeeter see a commercial for the new movie Targetman, they desperately want to see it. Soon, all of Doug's friends and even his teachers are talking about Targetman. When Doug tells his parents he wants to see it, they don't allow him because it is way too violent and they feel Doug is not mature enough to see it. So Doug tries to be more mature in front of his parents in order for them to let him see the movie, but they still say no. Doug goes with Skeeter to see the movie anyway, only to regret it later on. Meanwhile, Mr. Klotz is in town to visit Roger who also wants to see Targetman, but Mr. Klotz won't let Roger see it, and he doesn't realize why.
NOTE – This episode, for unexplained reasons, was skipped over by Toon Disney during its first few cycles, but was eventually shown.
|64||12||"Doug's Brain Drain"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Jeffrey Kindley||November 23, 1996||ABC-111|
|It's B.L.A.B.A.B.B.A. (Be Like A Beaver, A Beebe Bluff Achiever) Day at the middle school, and there are dozens of clubs the students can join. Doug tries to find the best club and thinks that the Brain Team would impress Patti, and make him less average. Doug then takes the Brain Test and in order to be on the school's Brain Team. When he cheats, he ends up on the team but can't handle studying for the Bowl of Brains Quiz Bowl.|
|65||13||"Doug: The Big Switch"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Al Higgins||November 30, 1996||ABC-113|
|Doug is watching Dr. Cop, but is called by mom Theda and runs into dad Phil. By the time Doug returns, his sister Judy munches on popcorn and watches a documentary about owls. Doug and Judy wrestle for the remote on the floor, but Phil wins and tells the two if they can't get along and watch television like regular adults, then he will take away Doug and Judy's TV privileges for the night, much to Doug and Judy's dismay. In the scene of the drawing, Porkchop takes over, and when Doug returns, he confronts him. In the switch for a day, Doug switches places with Patti, Skeeter switches places with Beebe, and Chalky switches places with Roger. At Skeeter's house, Beebe tries to babysit Dale, and Skeeter orders a banana sandwich at Beebe's house, but picks up two forks. At Doug's house, Patti watches Theda clean the house, and at Patti's house, Doug is homeschooled by Patti's dad. Finally, Doug sneaks past Mr. Mayonnaise and bolts for home, but runs into Patti.|
|66||14||"Doug Gets His Wish"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Jeff Kindley||December 7, 1996||ABC-114|
|After Doug gets his wish, Ms. Krystal is not at school, and Principal White takes over, after not liking her to get Willy in trouble. Patti, Skeeter, Beebe, Connie, and the rest are worried about Ms. Krystal. After Principal White is called out of class the next day, his son Willie takes over. Doug asks Mayor Tippy Dink to bring back and recall Ms. Krystal. Another next day, Mayor Tippi asks Ms. Krystal to add a new student in class—Principal White!|
|67||15||"Doug's Secret Christmas"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Ken Scarborough||December 14, 1996||ABC-115|
With a new baby on the way, Doug's family is too busy to have a traditional Christmas and Doug wants one. So Doug and Porkchop decide to have their own secret holiday celebration in his room. But when he later finds the house completely empty, Mr. Funnie phones with news, and Doug's and Judy's baby sister, Dirtbike, is born on Christmas Day. Meanwhile, Fentruck tells all his friends how they spend Christmas in Yakestonia.NOTE – Skeeter watches a clip of Doug's Christmas Story with his family.
|68||16||"Doug's Hot Dog"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||December 28, 1996||ABC-116|
|Doug finds a lost puppy in Lucky Duck park and he decides to keep it until its owner is found. But the puppy proves to be too much trouble at home. The new puppy may be cute, but he isn't like Porkchop and Doug realizes a regular puppy is a lot of work to take care of. When the puppy's owner is still not found, Doug gives all his friends a chance to own him. Meanwhile, Al and Moo calculate the day an alien is scheduled to land in Lucky Duck Park.|
|69||17||"Doug's Great Opportoonity"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Scott Fellows||January 4, 1997||ABC-117|
|It's the student council elections at the middle school and Beebe, Roger and Chalky are all running. Doug meets eighth-grader Guy Graham who gives him a job on the school newspaper as the cartoonist. Guy tells Doug to create a cartoon on the school student council election and draw who he thinks should win. When Roger and Beebe get word, they bribe Doug to make him draw the cartoon about them. Meanwhile, Mr. Mayonnaise becomes the middle school's new history teacher and Patti now attends school full day.|
|70||18||"Doug Gets a Roommate"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Steve Bannos||January 11, 1997||ABC-118|
After a day of repeatedly taunting Doug, Ned Cauphee, Roger’s most obnoxious friend, angers Doug over his limit by plastering him with mashed potatoes and gravy. When Doug and his friends come out of the school, they see a fire at Ned's house, Doug feels at fault after telling Ned that "someday he'll get his." Mrs. Funnie offers to house him while Ned's house is fixed. When Ned arrives, Doug can't believe how well he behaves because he is nothing like that at school. Doug even starts to feel sympathetic towards Ned. But now Ned is off to visit Grandma Funnie with the rest of the Funnies and Doug is worried he'll ruin his grandmother's home.NOTE – This episode, for unexplained reasons, was skipped over by Toon Disney.
|71||19||"Doug Gets Booked"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||January 18, 1997||ABC-119|
|Ms. Kristal assigns a book report with no rules, she tells the class to use their imagination. At the same time, Beebe is being filmed for a documentary sponsored by her dad Mr. Bluff. This means the book reports will be shown on TV, which makes everyone in the class want to have the biggest and best report in the entire class. Doug decides to show some drawings he drew, but he realizes that it's not exciting enough, so he goes on a search to find a book where he can make a more exciting report. But when he doesn't have an exciting report the night it's due, he either has to present his drawings or nothing at all.|
|72||20||"Doug's Minor Catastrophe"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Matt Steinglass||January 25, 1997||ABC-120|
|The new snack fad "Nic Nacs" is ostensibly targeted at adults (despite its Joe Camel-like mascot and advertising during children's programs) and kids are going crazy to try some after Roger acquires a mass with a fake ID and resells it on the black market; it quickly becomes a popular fad. Through Doug's research for an article for the school paper, he discovers that the snack has a highly addictive "chemical relaxant" that brings with it unpleasant and temporary side effects. Also, Mr. Dink quits his job at Bluffco and tries to write his own book.|
|73||21||"Doug's Big Panic"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Ken Scarborough||February 1, 1997||ABC-121|
|Guy sees a musical and is inspired by it. He tells Skeeter to work on a secret script for a huge drama play for Beebe Bluff Middle School. The play is a love story between Leonardo da Vinci and the Mona Lisa. Doug gets interested in auditioning when he learns Patti gets the female lead, and is in a kissing scene at the end of the play. Doug tries hard to get the male lead, but when Guy gives himself the role, Doug wonders if his work was wasted. But before showtime, Guy gets sick and someone else has to be the male lead.|
|74||22||"Doug's Hairy Situation"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Scott Fellows||February 8, 1997||ABC-122|
|Doug finds hair in his comb and fears he's going bald, and figures Patti won't want to hang out with him anymore. The gang also is going to meet at the new water park when it opens and Doug doesn't want to go because of his hair. Meanwhile, Patti gets her first pimple. Beebe gets her first nose job and Roger may have gotten his first whisker. Doug lets all these things get in the way of his fun, and later realizes he shouldn't have. Also, Skeeter gets his first failing grade in shop class when his coat rack assignment isn't simple enough, so he is given a second chance to make another simple object.|
|75||23||"Doug: Oh, Baby"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||February 15, 1997||ABC-123|
|Doug begins to worry that the new baby Cleopatra "Dirtbike" will end up being another Judy, and Judy is afraid she'll grow up to be like Doug. So the two set out to shape the baby's personality. When Mr. and Mrs. Funnie go out for an evening, Judy and Doug are left to babysit and don't want the other to be left alone with Dirtbike. But when their fighting leaves Dirtbike alone in Mr. Dink's house, they realize they are going to have to co-operate to get her out.|
|76||24||"Doug's Disappearing Dog"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Joe Fallon||February 22, 1997||ABC-124|
|Doug wakes up the morning after the Flounder's Day Picnic to find that Porkchop has packed up his things and is gone. When Porkchop disappears, Doug has to try to find him. He concludes that someone must have done something bad to him to make him pack up and leave. So he goes to talk all his friends to question them about what happened to Porkchop the day before, only to find that each of them remember things differently.|
|77||25||"Doug's Mural Mania"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Steve Bannos||March 1, 1997||ABC-125|
|Doug enters a school contest to paint a mural on a new school wall. Mrs. Perigrew and Principal White match Doug with Roger to paint a large mural. But when he has to share the mural design with Roger, he's not sure he can do it with him because he thinks Roger can't really draw. Also, Bluffington is in a heat wave and the Sleech twins think it is their fault, so they set out to change the hot weather.|
|78||26||"Doug on the Road"||Jim Jinkins & Jack Spillum||Matt Steinglass||March 8, 1997||ABC-126|
|Doug and his friends decide to meet at Funkytown and spend a day having fun, so Judy volunteers to drive him there. But before she drops Doug off, Judy wants to shop at Snord Grupen. After leaving the giant mall, Doug and Judy are on the road to go to Funkytown, but end up in the wrong place. Patti, Skeeter, Beebe, and the rest find Doug and Judy.|
Season 6 (1997)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|79||1||"Doug's Secret of Success"||Maurice Joyce||Joe Fallon||September 13, 1997||ABC-201|
|The lives of Doug and all the other students at Beebe Bluff Middle School become a frenzy when Bone returns and becomes the middle school's new vice principal. He soon starts throwing Roger into detention and making new school rules. Also, eighth graders invite Doug to join a secret club of the future powerful men of the universe. But in order to be worthy to join, Doug must prove he can be a successful person and it's cutting himself out of monster hunting with Skeeter.|
|80||2||"Doug's Friend's Friend"||Maurice Joyce||Ken Scarborough||September 20, 1997||-ABC-202|
|Skeeter is dating Beebe and Doug is disgusted by Skeeter's lovesick attitude and jealous of their friendship. Doug decides to fight back which ends up in the end of their friendship. Doug and Skeeter have been friends forever, but not anymore. Then when Doug tries to break up Skeeter and Beebe, Elmo reminds Doug who got them together. Meanwhile, a flood is reported to hit Bluffington and Roger wants to be part of "the biggest thing to ever hit this town".|
|81||3||"Doug's Chubby Buddy"||Maurice Joyce||Sandra Willard||September 27, 1997||ABC-203|
Patti panics and thinks she's fat after watching a commercial selling a diet kit by a teenage actress, so she, Connie, and Beebe set out to lose weight. Patti decides to go on a drastic diet and exercise routine. But once she starts losing weight, she can't seem to stop herself, she even stops eating and appears to develop anorexia nervosa. This all comes to a head after Patti passes out when she goes 3 days without eating.EDITED – This episode originally ended with Patti's voiceover encouraging viewers to learn more about eating disorders. This was removed in the syndicated version, and replaced with the voices of Roger and Skeeter arguing with each other.
|82||4||"Doug: Quailman VI: The Dark Quail Saga"||Maurice Joyce||Joe Fallon||October 4, 1997||ABC-204|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, Quailman tries to put on his Power Briefs, but crashes into place. By the premiere, Doug tells Patti that he will cry if she goes with Guy. Quailman tries to save Ms. Mayonnaise, but Rubbersuit traps him under a big foot. The Golden Salmon rescues Quailman and revives him. Later, the Golden Salmon disguises himself as Rupert Schmupert. Rubbersuit yanks out Quailman's evil twin, the Dark Quail. A giant slug slithers into the room slips into a Rupert Schmupert suit and mask and tries to get to Ms. Mayonnaise. After splitting the Dark Quail back together, Quailman tries to warn her about dating a giant space slug. Quailman asks Patti to share his Quail Powers with her, and gives his Quail Belt to Patti, who puts it on. Patti, who uses Quailman's powers, unmasks the slug, and kisses Quailman. After the dream ends, Doug asks Patti that she can go skating on Sunday, but she can't, and he moans painfully. Seconds later, Doug is joined by Patti.|
|83||5||"Judy, Judy, Judy"||Maurice Joyce||Matt Steinglass||October 11, 1997||ABC-205|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo blocked by three Judy names, Judy takes over Doug's role as the lead and narration, while Doug and Porkchop are tied up. A new girl named Gwen meets with Judy and calls her "Jenny-Penny". Judy helps out with Gwen Gauntlet, her favorite actress and teen role model, while she is in town to shoot an entertainment show. Judy hopes she can get a recommendation from Gwen for Vole University. However, Gwen is so self-absorbed that it tests the limits of Judy's patience. Doug runs into Gwen, but is yelled at by her. Judy angrily confronts Gwen and corrects her by saying that her name is "Judy", not "Jenny-Penny". Meanwhile, Doug and Skeeter think they've shot proof of the monster on Judy's video camera and Judy won't let them see the tape.|
|84||6||"Doug's Dougapalooza"||Maurice Joyce||Scott Fellows||October 18, 1997||ABC-206|
|Connie Benge becomes obsessed with winning a local radio-station contest to become a rock 'n' roll star. She brings Doug into it, and is so obsessed she thinks about quitting school just like Flounder from The Beets did. Soon she realizes Flounder may have not done the right thing. Meanwhile, Al, Moo and Skeeter try to contact the monster of the lake by creating a monster calling machine.|
|85||7||"Doug Gets it All"||Maurice Joyce||Joe Fallon||November 1, 1997||ABC-207|
|When Doug worries he is only average, he decides that to make his level of importance higher he should be a collector of unusual and (hopefully) valuable items. So he goes to a flea market with a valuable collector's item book looking for rubber tub stoppers and bowls, but someone has already gotten to them. Meanwhile, Roger gets on Mr. Bone's good side to get himself out of detention and Skeeter asks the A.V. Nerds to help him find the Lucky Duck Monster using A.V. equipment.|
|86||8||"Doug's Thanksgiving"||Maurice Joyce||Joe Fallon & Ken Scarborough||November 22, 1997||ABC-208|
|Beebe tells Bluff that the not-so-good thieves tell her to get in the end of the line. Bill Bluff's public relations firm decides that Bill should have Thanksgiving Day dinner with an average Bluffington family to increase his popularity. Doug's family is chosen and turns their simple Thanksgiving plans upside down. They won't let Patti join their dinner all because of Bluff and Judy doesn't like what he is doing in preparation for the big dinner. So Doug sets out to make everyone happy for Thanksgiving.|
Season 7 (1998–99)Edit
In the final season, the show was renamed Disney's Doug. After production ended, all 65 episodes were repackaged under the Disney's Doug name for syndication on their Disney's One Too block, which commenced on UPN affiliates in September 1999. For the syndicated version, each episode was slightly edited, the end credits were completely redone, and new Doug shorts, featuring some of the characters from the show, were added in between commercial breaks.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|87||1||"Doug's Midnight Kiss"||Bernie Denk||Glenn Leopold||September 12, 1998||ABC-302|
|One of Doug's New Year's resolution is to tell Patti how he feels about her. But when Doug realizes he hasn't done that yet, he decides that giving her a kiss at Beebe's New Year's Eve party will do it. So Doug rents movies and uses balloons for practice. At the party, midnight is approaching and Doug finds out that Patti left Beebe's party to go to other parties with Guy. It looks like Guy had the same plans for Patti as Doug did. Meanwhile, Roger tries to break his own record of how many girls to kiss at midnight and Judy hates all the New Year's celebration.|
|88||2||"Doug's Older Woman"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||September 19, 1998||ABC-301|
|Popular eighth grader Cassandra Bleem asks Doug to be her date at the upcoming Bluffington Blowout Bar-Becue and Beach Bash beach party and he does everything to prepare to be cool in front of Cassandra. But Patti becomes upset for Doug standing her up. Meanwhile, the Sleech twins try different kind of ways to get dates for the beach party.|
|89||3||"Doug Gets Right Back On!"||Bernie Denk||Mark Edward Edens & Michael Edens||September 26, 1998||ABC-303|
|Doug is practicing for the Rudolph Bluff Memorial Bike Rally, where he is on Patti's team and they are determined to beat Roger's team. But after Doug has a bicycle accident, he breaks his leg and once it heals, he is afraid to get back on his bike. His fear won't let him practice or even ride in the rally, and if he doesn't overcome his fear, it would let Patti and the team down. Meanwhile, Doug learns about Mr. Dink's phobia of beans and how he has tried to overcome it.|
|90||4||"Quailman VII: Quaildad"||Bernie Denk||Matt Steinglass||October 3, 1998||ABC-304|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, Quailman takes over, and Quaildog appears. Quailman's dad, Quaildad, arrives and joins Quailman and Quaildog, who are going after the Golden Salmon. At the bottom of the sea, Quailman and his companions chase the Golden Salmon, and on dry land they appear at the volcano, which has lava and an on/off switch. Later, after Quaildad leaves, Quailman and Quaildog are visited by the Golden Salmon, who dresses himself as Patti. With help from Quaildog and Quailman, Quaildad uses his bald spot that destroys the cosmic imperviator. When the dream ends, Doug and Phil end up at the concert, visited by Patti.|
|91||5||"Doug's in the Middle"||Bernie Denk||Dennis Garvey & Tommy Nichols||October 10, 1998||ABC-305|
|Patti and Skeeter comment about how great Guy's weekend party which makes Doug decide to have his own party. At school, Patti and Skeeter accidentally get locked in a janitor's closet after doing a favor for Ms. Krystal. While being locked in, they share a secret and promise each other not to tell anyone else. But somehow Roger finds out and he tells the whole school about Patti and Skeeter's secrets, which leaves the question of who spilled the secret. Patti thinks Skeeter told, and Skeeter thinks Patti told. The two friends become so angry at each other, that Doug has to try to get them to be friends again before his party.|
|92||6||"Night of the Living Dougs"||Bernie Denk||Scott Kreamer||October 31, 1998||ABC-306|
|Beebe is having a Halloween party with a costume contest. After Doug's homemade Lucky Duck monster costume is destroyed by Dirtbike, Doug needs help for a new Halloween costume. So he goes to Skeeter, Judy, Mr. Dink, and Roger for help, but Doug can't believe they are all too busy to help him. Later in the nightmare, Doug can't believe that people all over town are turning into Doug clones. At the Halloween party, Doug wears his own normal clothes and Patti dresses like Jeannie from I Dream of Jeannie.|
|93||7||"Doug's Dream House"||Bernie Denk||Glenn Leopold||November 7, 1998||ABC-307|
|While Chad is out of town, Patti comes to stay with the Funnies for a week and Doug worries she will realize that Judy will reveal Doug's love for Patti so he tries to stop her.|
|94||8||"Quailman Takes the Blame"||Bernie Denk||Greg Johnson||November 14, 1998||ABC-308|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, Quailman takes over again, while playing baseball with Quaildog. Roger feigns a sprained ankle for attention and blames Doug. After Quailman stupefies him, Klotzenstein is rushed to the hospital to recover.|
|95||9||"Doug and the Bluffington Five"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||November 21, 1998||ABC-309|
|A new change is coming to the Beebe Bluff Middle School... school uniforms! But all the students don't want uniforms so Sally rallies Patti, Roger, Fentruck and Beebe and forms a protest group. But after Principal White and Vice Principal Bone don't listen, Sally stages a student debate. But Sally ends up losing her voice, so Patti has to take over the debate. But it seems the power has gone to Patti's head. Meanwhile, Doug and Skeeter wonder what to do for their Civics class report.|
|96||10||"Quailman Vs. Supersport"||Bernie Denk||Marcy Brown||November 28, 1998||ABC-310|
|A new sidekick named Supersport joins Quailman and Quaildog, but she is kidnapped by Dr. Klotzenstein. The Dark Quail comes out of Quailman's body, but Quailman later chases after him. Quailman comes and defeats Klotzenstein and rescues Supersport.|
|97||11||"Doug's Concert Crisis"||Bernie Denk||Betty G. Birney||December 5, 1998||ABC-311|
|Flounder wants to start a new group and talent searches in Bluffington. When he sees interest in Judy's "music" he starts dating her and Doug gets three tickets to Flounder and Judy's upcoming concert. At school, Doug becomes popular because he promised 20 tickets for 20 people, but he now has to risk his popularity in telling them only two tickets are available. Meanwhile, Theda gets a makeover and wonders if she should keep her new look.|
|98||12||"Quailman Vs. the Annoying S.T.U.A.R.T."||Bernie Denk||Matt Steinglass||December 12, 1998||ABC-312|
|The S.T.U.A.R.T. (Society To Undermine, Annoy and Ruthlessly Torment) corporation's faulty products are making citizens in Megalopolis uncharacteristically short-tempered. After having seen enough, Quailman is once again joined by Silver Skeeter. The two of them set out to stop and confront the not-so-nice S.T.U.A.R.T. workers.|
|99||13||"Quailman vs. the Whackhammer"||Bernie Denk||Kate Donahue||January 2, 1999||ABC-313|
|Doug volunteers to spend time with the residents of the Maturing Meadows retirement home. He meets Mrs. Whackhammer and doesn't make a good first impression (or a second impression). Doug turns to Quailman, to see how he would handle a monster who turns the citizens of Megalopolis grouchy.|
|100||14||"Judy's Big Admission"||Bernie Denk||Glenn Leopold||January 9, 1999||ABC-314|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, a big egg renders Doug unconscious. Judy crosses it off and puts in her name and the words "big admission". Judy auditions for an acting admission to Vole University, and she accidentally hands in Doug's doodle to the Dean. Judy ends up accepted to Vole, but only because of Doug's doodle. Judy is okay with it until the Dean asks her to draw examples for a class. Meanwhile, Doug tags along with Judy and finds out what he really wants to do with the rest of his life as he waits for the results from a drawing talent contest.|
|101||15||"Quailman Vs. the Quizzler"||Bernie Denk||Steve Aranguren||January 30, 1999||ABC-315|
|Everyone at Beebe Bluff Middle School is worried about the upcoming mysterious S.P.I.T. tests. If they fail, they could be sent back a grade...or so the rumour says. Then, Doug bumps into Mr. Bone who leaves behind the S.P.I.T. test folder. If Doug takes a look inside the folder, he can tell his friends what's on the test. Doug wonders if that's the right thing to do, then turns to Quailman. In Megalopolis, the Quizzler is stealing information and words and alphabets all over town and Quailman wants to stop and confront him. Quailman must set everything back to normal.|
|102||16||"Doug's Sour Songbird"||Bernie Denk||Marcy Brown||February 20, 1999||ABC-316|
|In preparation for Bluffington Pride Day, the contest to write the official Bluffington Anthem is on. Patti has written the perfect song, the only problem is she can't sing to save her life. Doug lies to Patti about her singing, which leads to her entering the contest and Doug has to tell the truth or convince Patti to drop out of the singing contest because it would only embarrass her.|
|103||17||"Doug's Best Buddy"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||February 27, 1999||ABC-317|
|Doug's old best friend Bobby Bodingo is moving to Bluffington, and Doug can't wait to show him around school and introduce him to his friends. But Bobby just isn't the same as he used to be, he's rude and crude and even makes Doug go in the girls' bathroom. As a result, all of Doug's friends don't like him and won't spend time with Doug if Bobby is around him. Furious after not being joined by Patti, Beebe, and Skeeter, Doug angrily confronts Bobby and gets him to stay away from him. The next day, Bobby doesn't come to school and Doug finds him in the comic book store and he convinces Bobby to be nicer to people and have them get to know him better, which he does.|
|104||18||"Quailman and the Quintuple Quandary"||Bernie Denk||Joe Fallon||March 27, 1999||ABC-318|
|In the scene with the "Doug" logo, Quailman takes over again, but tries to get squirted with ink by the squid, and Quaildog stops it. Quailman and Quaildog head for an adventure to search for Professor Quint, who has actually become a supervillain.|
|105||19||"Quailman's Bad Hair Day"||Bernie Denk||Lisa Johnson||April 3, 1999||ABC-319|
|Doug always manages to have a bad hair day on school-picture day. So when school-picture day comes around again, Doug douses himself with hair-care products to prevent bad hair. Meanwhile, he daydreams how Quailman would handle a bad hair day, as an evil shampoo from the S.T.U.A.R.T. company is taking over the hair of all the citizens in Megalopolis.|
|106||20||"Doug: Beebe Goes Broke"||Bernie Denk||Matt Steinglass||April 10, 1999||ABC-320|
|Beebe accidentally goes bankrupt. Her family is penniless due to heavy investments in the Yakestonian snoozegraffle crop, which gets completely destroyed due to a storm. Also because of the destroyed crop, Fentruck's family can't support their son overseas and will have to send him back home if he doesn't raise enough money. She attends a party, but after defying her parents, she gets in trouble and begins to cry. Doug, Skeeter, and Patti try to help poor Beebe. They try to save Fentruck from leaving and show Beebe that "you don't need a lot of money to have a good time".|
|107||21||"Quailman and the L.U.B."||Bernie Denk||Dennis Garvey||April 17, 1999||ABC-321|
Judy forces Doug and his friends to do a Shakespearean tribute to recycling instead of a fun play they came up with on their own. Meanwhile, in Doug's daydream Judy-dra is turning everyone in Megalopolis into performance artists and Quailman and is joined by Silver Skeeter, Material Girl (Beebe Bluff's alter-ego), Supersport (Patti Mayonnaise's alter-ego), and the rest of the other heroes must stop her. They are about to stop Judy-dra (Judy Funnie's evil alter-ego), a three-headed dragon.NOTE – This episode, for unexplained reasons, was skipped over by Toon Disney.
|108||22||"Patti's Dad Dilemma"||Bernie Denk||Glenn Leopold||April 24, 1999||ABC-322|
|In the scene with the usual "Doug" logo, it's blank. Doug instead draws Patti's house as she enters the scene with her dad rolling by. Patti then writes the title of the episode. Patti worries her Dad, Chad, is dating Edwina Klotz, so she does everything, including eating at Chez Honk to find out. Doug and Patti discover Chad is dating someone; but it's not Edwina, it's their teacher Ms. Krystal. When she has dinner at the Mayonnaise's, Patti feels she is trying to replace her mother. Patti sobs when her mother has died. She then sees her mom's grave and is seen by her dad. After the loss of Doug's hamster Happy and Ms. Krystal's parrot Lord Byron, Ms. Krystal and Doug begin to cry. Meanwhile, Doug finds out the truth about what happened to his pet goldfish as a kid.|
|109||23||"Quailman: The Un-Quail Saga"||Bernie Denk||Marcy Brown||May 1, 1999||ABC-323|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, when Quailman is missing, his sidekick Quaildog takes over. Quailman is finally getting recognition. Doug has been offered to draw a Quailman comic for the school paper, The Weekly Beebe. But the night before Doug's Quailman comic is due, Doug has not begun drawing. Meanwhile in a Quailman daydream, Rubbersuit gives out a present called Bob-i-nite and renders Quailman powerless. Quailman has lost his powers and feels he can't save Megalopolis without them, which allows Rubbersuit to steal all the beets in the entire city. Later, he traps Ms. Mayonnaise and Cameraman Skeeter in the glass. Quailman uses the malted milkballs and defeats Rubbersuit.|
|110||24||"Doug Cuts School"||Bernie Denk||Gary Apple||May 8, 1999||ABC-324|
|After finding out that all the girls love a tough looking eighth grader, Doug decides to cut school during an assembly and have a wild adventure with Skeeter. But Mr. Bone finds out and although he can't tell who is cutting school, he is determined to hunt down the fugitives. Doug and Skeeter go to the mall, Swirly's and the park and find out that cutting school is not as wild as they thought. When their boring adventure is over, they return to school only to find out that Patti doesn't like a real rebel.|
|111||25||"Quailman Vs. the Triad of Terror"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||May 15, 1999||ABC-325|
|An alien being named Generalissimo Twang tries to convince the three evildoers Dr. Klotzenstien, RoboBone and the Golden Salmon that they can kill Quailman if they work together. Quailman defeats Klotzenstein, the Golden Salmon, and RoboBone and puts them in jail.|
|112||26||"Doug Plays Cupid"||Bernie Denk||Matt Steinglass||May 22, 1999||ABC-326|
|Roger gets Doug to teach him how to be a gentleman in order to get Beebe to ask him to go to the Bumpkin Day Hoe-Down Dance with him where the girls ask the guys. Doug hopes Patti will ask him, but she's sick and Doug is afraid she'll ask someone else once she's better. Also, Skunky shows his friends that he has webbed toes, which is distracting everyone in gym class, so Coach Spitz forces Skunky to cover up his toes at all times. Not listening to Beebe, Roger throws a water balloon and makes Mr. Bone fall down with cake on him and angers him. Skunky confronts Coach Spitz and tells him not to force Skunky to cover up his toes. Roger tries to throw another water balloon and Doug and Patti, but Mr. Bone lets him have detention.|
|113||27||"Doug: I, Rubbersuit"||Bernie Denk||Joe Fallon||May 29, 1999||ABC-327|
|In this scene by the "Doug" logo, Rubbersuit takes over, while Quailman is tied up and gagged. Even though he knows he is not supposed to, Doug loans Roger his school newspaper press pass so Roger can get into an early screening of a movie. But after Roger gives a bad review of the movie to the press wearing Doug's press pass, Doug has to confront the consequences. In Megalopolis, the Kabrain twins help Quailman turn into Rubbersuit to learn more about him. But when the real Rubbersuit finds out about this, he visits the Kabrain twins to get them to change "Rubbersuit" back into Quailman. Klotzenstein appears, and the Kabrain twins get Rubbersuit back into the real Quailman and get Quailman back into the real Rubbersuit. Later, Doug tells the truth and upsets Guy and then gets to join Patti.|
|114||28||"Doug's Adventures On-Line"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||June 5, 1999||ABC-328|
|While surfing the internet on the Funnie family's new computer to find music for the upcoming retro dance, Doug and Skeeter encounter Webster, a 'kid' they agree to meet to exchange some records. What the boys don't know is that Webster is really 'Friendly Frankie,' a rather unscrupulous adult. Instead of meeting them, however, Webster/Frankie creates a distraction and steals their records. Horrified, Doug and Skeeter go back online and find similar records for sale at Friendly Frankie's Used Records. At the store, when the boys try to talk to Frankie about their records, Doug and Skeeter find themselves in a bad situation. Mayor Dink and Mr. Dink rescue Doug and Skeeter and furiously confront Frankie, who is now a criminal. Meanwhile, Judy is online in the 'Bluffington's Pretentious Artists Chat Room,' where she meets a guy who uses the screen name 'Leonardo D'Warhol'. Believing she has met the man of her dreams, Judy arranges a meeting in person only to discover that Leonardo is not quite the man she expected.|
|115||29||"Quailman Vs. the Little Rubber Army"||Bernie Denk||Terry M. Coudri||June 12, 1999||ABC-329|
|In the scene by the "Doug" logo, Quailman appears again. Doug is horrified to find out that Todd Bentley is going to be on his team for the Bluff Scouts hike. Todd angers Doug by messing up. A new little hero named Kid-Quail joins and clings to Quailman. Quailman has to teach Kid-Quail how to be a super hero. Rubbersuit kidnaps the children, and Quailman and Quaildog get to melt the man-made rubber. Rubbersuit tries to kill Quailman, but Kid-Quail finally stops him. Later, Rubbersuit is tied up and kidnapped by Quailman.|
|116||30||"Doug's Grand Band Plan"||Bernie Denk||Glenn Leopold||June 19, 1999||ABC-330|
|For the final school dance of the school year (the Spring Fling A-Ding), Doug tells his class he can get The Beets to play at the dance, but they suddenly break up again after fighting over a banana. Meanwhile, Mr. Funnie's old band members visit the Funnie's and they decide to play at the dance when Doug invites them. But after hearing their horrible practice session, Doug has to decide if he should fire his own dad Mr. Funnie from playing at the dance and embarrassing himself.|
|117||31||"Doug's Marriage Madness"||Bernie Denk||Don Gillies||June 26, 1999||ABC-331|
|More changes in Doug's life are underway as Judy prepares to leave for college and Doug's voice begins to crack. Seventh grade is over for Doug and his friends, and to start off the summer, Mr. Mayonnaise and Ms. Krystal are getting married. Principal White is performing the ceremony and Doug is asked to carry the wedding ring, but while paying for forty goats he accidentally loses it. Convinced he gave the ring to Mr. Swirly, Doug and Skeeter ride all over town to try to find him and the ring before the wedding starts. Meanwhile at the church, Mr. Bone and Mr. Fort argue over who should get to play music at the wedding, Judy complains the stage she is performing on is too small, and one of Mr. Dink's very expensive machines goes crazy. If that wasn't enough, Roger's wedding present lands on top of the reception tent causing the tent to collapse, and Principal White faints as soon as the wedding starts. After Mr. Mayonnaise and Ms. Krystal are married, Judy drives away towards Vole, the Sleech twins get dates, Cleopatra says her first word, and Patti (now Ms. Krystal's stepdaughter) asks Doug on a date-date to the upcoming Summer Harvest Moon Festival. Doug reaches the last page of his journal. Porkchop gives Doug a new journal where he can write his new adventures to fill in.|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|Doug's 1st Movie||Maurice Joyce||Ken Scarborough||March 26, 1999|
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