List of CatDog episodes

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This is a list of episodes from the animated CatDog television series.

Series overview[change | change source]

Sixty-eight episodes from four seasons and one made-for-TV movie, CatDog and the Great Parent Mystery, were produced.

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
120April 4, 1998 (1998-04-04)October 29, 1998 (1998-10-29)
220February 15, 1999 (1999-02-15)March 16, 2000 (2000-03-16)
320October 9, 1999 (1999-10-09)May 18, 2001 (2001-05-18)
48November 25, 2000 (2000-11-25)June 15, 2005 (2005-06-15)

Episodes[change | change source]

Season 1 (1998)[change | change source]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleAnimation directed byWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
code
11"Dog Gone
All You Can't Eat"
George ChialtasPeter Hannan, Derek Drymon, and Robert Porter
Andy Rheingold
Derek Drymon
Robert Porter (also director)
Dominic Orlando, Karen Heathwood,
Barry Bunce, and Sam Kirson
April 4, 1998 (1998-04-04)101
Dog Gone - Dog puts on a costume to give Cat some time to himself.
Fan Mail - In a filler segment, since the pilot was too short, CatDog read their fan mail, but since Winslow claims there is no mail for them, Dog makes up a wild version of their origin story.
All You Can't Eat - CatDog are banned from an all-you-can-eat taco restaurant by Rancid Rabbit, but they find clever ways to sneak back in. However, the ban is lifted after Rancid is fired from his job and CatDog's friend Dunglap becomes the new manager of the restaurant.
22"Flea or Die!
CatDog Food"
Alan Smart
George Chialtas
Andy Rheingold
Lance Khazei & Michael Karnow
Derek Drymon (director)
Robert Porter and Antoine Guilbaud
October 5, 1998 (1998-10-05)102
Flea or Die - When CatDog get fleas, Cat chooses to wear a flea belt over taking a bath, but Cat does not want to wear it when the new belt-free fashion trend leaves him pushing it on to Dog to impress the ladies.
CatDog Food - Rancid Rabbit makes CatDog the mascot of "CatDog Food", and it goes to Cat's head.
33"The Island
All You Need is Lube"
Alan Smart
Gary McCarver
Steven Banks
Magda Liolis
Grey Miller
Barry Bunce (director)
Karen Heathwood
Dominic Orlando (director)
October 6, 1998 (1998-10-06)107
The Island - CatDog are stranded on an island surrounded by traffic.
All You Need is Lube - When Cat saves Lube from a tick, Lube becomes his bodyguard.
44"Shriek Loves Dog
Work Force"
Alan SmartSteven Banks
Casper Kelly & John Bolton
Gary Goldstein (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Gary Goldstein (director)
October 7, 1998 (1998-10-07)110
Shriek Loves Dog - Cat and Winslow set up a date for Dog and Shriek, but the Greasers want Dog to marry her.
Work Force - CatDog work in Rancid's cereal factory licking the boxes shut, but when Dog gets promoted to a prize stuffer, he lets the power go to his head.
55"Diamond Fever
The Pet"
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Steven Banks
Rick Rodgers & Frank Santopadre
Antoine Guilbaud
Chuck Klein (director)
Erik Wiese
Gary Goldstein (director)
October 8, 1998 (1998-10-08)109
Diamond Fever - Cat and Dog starts mining for diamonds, causing Cat to get a bit greedy.
The Pet - CatDog find an injured cockroach and Dog wants to take it home.
66"Party Animal
Mush, Dog, Mush!"
George Chialtas
Russ Mooney
Rachel Powell
Andy Rheingold
Karen Heathwood
Dominic Orlando (director)
Barry Bunce (director)
October 9, 1998 (1998-10-09)108
Party Animal - Cat throws a house party, but almost no one shows up. Winslow's party turns out amazing, and everyone else (including Dog) ends up going.
Mush, Dog, Mush! - Cat enters Dog in the dogsledding competition and trains Dog to the extreme.
77"Armed and Dangerous
Fistful of Mail!"
Tim Long
George Chialtas
Dean Stefan
Andy Rheingold
Karen Heathwood
Gary Hoffman (director)
Barry Bunce and Vikki Barrett
October 12, 1998 (1998-10-12)113
Armed and Dangerous - Cat's pen pal Ingrid is coming to visit him, but he has to disguise Dog as a regular tail because he told Ingrid that he was a normal cat. He also gets his hands stuck in a jar and has to use Dog's hands instead.
Fistful of Mail - Dog tries to bite the butt of the new mailman, who seems to know every trick in the book.
88"Pumped
Dummy Dummy"
Alan Smart
George Chialtas
Evan Bailey
Peter Hannan, Robert Porter, and Antoine Guilbaud
Gary Goldstein & Kelly Kennedy (directors)
Robert Porter and Antoine Guilbaud
October 13, 1998 (1998-10-13)104
Pumped - When the Greasers steal Catdog's frisbee, Dog drinks a muscle building protein shake so he can fight the Greasers and get their frisbee back. A side effect is that Dog becomes very aggressive.
Dummy Dummy - Cat feels threatened when Dog gets a new toy called "Little Cat".
99"Squirrel Dog
Brother's Day"
Alan SmartChris Kelly & John Bolton
Andy Rheingold
Kelly Kennedy
Derek Drymon and Gary Goldstein (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Gary Goldstein (director)
October 14, 1998 (1998-10-14)106
Squirrel Dog - Eddie is accidentally glued to Cliff's jacket, causing Cliff to be kicked out of the Greasers. He goes to CatDog for support on how to deal with his new two-headed lifestyle.
Brother's Day - CatDog are broke and cannot afford to buy each other a Brother's Day gift.
1010"Escape From the Deep End
The Collector"
Russ Mooney
George Chialtas
Andy Rheingold
Steven Banks
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
October 15, 1998 (1998-10-15)111
Escape From the Deep End - When Dog breaks the public pool's very strict set of rules, Rancid puts CatDog behind bars.
The Collector - Cat becomes obsessed with collecting Mean Bob action figures, but Dog just wants to play with them.
1111"Full Moon Fever
War of the CatDog"
Gary McCarver
Russ Mooney
John Loy
Andy Rheingold and Scott Sonneborn
Greg Miller
Barry Bunce (director)
Antoine Guilbaud
Chuck Klein (director)
October 16, 1998 (1998-10-16)103
Full Moon Fever - Dog's primal instincts come out when he sees the full moon.
War of the CatDog - CatDog's family reunion is halted by a battle over a trophy.
1212"CatDog's End
Siege on Fort CatDog"
Alan SmartSteven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Antonie Guilbaud
Chuck Klein (director)
October 19, 1998 (1998-10-19)112
CatDog's End - Cat wants to be physically separated from Dog, while Dog wants to be attached to their new friend Randolf.
Siege on Fort CatDog - CatDog fight the Greaser Dogs military style.
1313"Safety Dog
Dog Come Home!"
Tim Long
Alan Smart
Andy RheingoldGary Goldstein (director)October 20, 1998 (1998-10-20)114
Safety Dog - Dog becomes overcautious when Cat reminds him that dogs do not have nine lives like cats do.
Dog Come Home! - Dog is tired of Cat's bossiness and runs away.
1414"Nightmare
CatDogPig"
Russ Mooney
Gary McCarver
Andy Rheingold
Lance Khazei & Michael Karnow
Antoine Guilbaud
Derek Drymon and Chuck Klein (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Gary Goldstein (director)
October 21, 1998 (1998-10-21)105
Nightmare - After watching a scary movie, Dog is terrified of "Toothpickhead".
CatDogPig - Cat hires a pig to be a tiebreaker when CatDog vote on things.
1515"New Neighbors
Dead Weight"
George Chialtas
Alan Smart
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Karen Heathwood
Gary Hoffman (director)
October 22, 1998 (1998-10-22)115
New Neighbors - Dog thinks his new neighbors might be aliens from outer space.
Dead Weight - Cat tries to impress a pair of sisters by appearing on "Really Incredible People", but Dog, who did not sleep the night before, is sound asleep when the camera crew shows up.
1616"Neferkitty
Curiosity Almost Killed the Cat"
George Chialtas
Brian Ray
Julia Lewald
Andy Rheingold
Chuck Klein (director)
Karen Heathwood
Gary Hoffman (director)
October 23, 1998 (1998-10-23)119
Neferkitty - Cat tells Dog a story about ancient Egyptian life.
Curiosity Almost Killed the Cat - Dog starts writing in a diary after he sees Cat writing in his own, but Cat breaks the iconic "Don't Read other people's diary" rule wanting to know what Dog wrote about him, prompting Winslow to blackmail him.
1717"Home is Where the Dirt is
New Leash on Life"
Alan Smart
Tim Long
Andy RheingoldDan Povenmire (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
October 26, 1998 (1998-10-26)118
Home is Where the Dirt is - CatDog argue with the gopher about what belongs to them below ground.
New Leash on Life - Tired of Dog's behavior, Cat puts Dog on a leash for dog walking and treats him like his pet.
1818"Just Say CatDog Sent Ya
Dog's Strange Condition"
George Chialtas
Marlene Robinson May
Steven Banks
Dean Stefan
Gary Goldstein (director)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce (director)
October 27, 1998 (1998-10-27)117
Just Say CatDog Sent Ya - Farburg bones, a favorite of Dog's, are made illegal, but Cat sets up a speakeasy selling them to make a profit, but Dog quickly eats every snack.
Dog's Strange Condition - After experiencing an allergic reaction to pecans following a pecan pie eating contest, a tree suddenly sprouts from Dog's head as part of a disease called "pecanitis".
1919"Smarter than the Average Dog
CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
George Chialtas
Brian Ray
Patti Carr & Lara Runnels
Steven Banks
Dan Povenmire (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
October 28, 1998 (1998-10-28)120
Smarter than the Average Dog - Cat wants to make Dog smarter, so he lets him watch educational videos. Dog soon becomes incredibly smart, but Cat loses almost all of his intelligence as a result. Things get worse when they test the flying machine they built for Nearburg's Invention Convention.
CatDog Doesn't Live Here Anymore - CatDog go on vacation to get away from everyone, but in their absence the Greasers and Winslow realize they actually miss CatDog.
2020"All About Cat
Trespassing"
Marlene Robinson MaySteven Banks
Mike Allen
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce (director)
October 29, 1998 (1998-10-29)116
All About Cat - Cat auditions for the lead role in Rancid's musical "Abe" about Abraham Lincoln. The part goes instead to Dog, and Cat ends up with the role of Abe's donkey.
Trespassing - As Dog waits at a fire hydrant for a "trespasser" who marked his territory, Cat tries to get him home when their house catches fire.

Season 2 (1999-2000)[change | change source]

"Fetch" was shown on November 20, 1998 with The Rugrats Movie.[source?]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
code
211"Send in the CatDog
Fishing for Trouble
Fetch"
Brian Ray (animation)
George Chialtas (animation)
Derek Drymon, Robert Porter, and Larry Leichliter
Christine Kolosov (animation)
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Dean Stefan and Andy Rheingold
Antoine Guilbaud
Barry Bunce (director)
Dan Povenmire and Vikki Barrett
Rob Porter, Derek Drymon, Eric Wiese,
Vikki Barrett, and Miyuki Hoshikawa
February 15, 1999 (1999-02-15)201
Send in the CatDog - CatDog enroll in a military like clown school where Dog excels and Cat does not, but Cat might just have it in him to get one of their hardest cases to smile.
Fishing for Trouble - Cat feels guilty after eating Dog's new pet fish, and he ventures inside Dog's mouth in search of it.
Fetch - Cat tries to win a contest on the radio.
222"The Lady is a Shriek
Dog the Mighty"
George Chialtas (animation)
Marlene May (animation)
Steven Banks
Andy Rheingold
Vikki Barrett
Dan Povenmire (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Don Orlando (director)
February 16, 1999 (1999-02-16)202
The Lady is a Shriek - Shriek tries to become more feminine so she can get Dog to notice her. CatDog throw a barbecue party.
Dog the Mighty - Rancid Rabbit gives Dog a medal after he saves him from being squashed, and Dog is convinced he is a superhero.
233"Hail the Great Meow Woof
Battle of the Bands"
George Chialtas (animation)
Alan Smart (animation)
Dean Stefan
Steven Banks
Erik Wiese
Gary Goldstein (director)
Vikki Barrett
Barry Bunce (director)
February 17, 1999 (1999-02-17)203
Hail the Great Meow Woof - Dog's kite drags CatDog far from their home, a place where they are thought to be gods. Rancid Rabbit, whose statue was crushed by CatDog when they entered, wants revenge.
Battle of the Bands - CatDog enter the Battle of the Bands contest using their own homemade instruments.
244"Adventures in Greaser Sitting
The Cat Club
Cat Diggety Dog"
Mike Svayko (animation)
Marlene May (animation)
N/A
Dean Stefan
Steven Banks
Peter Hannan
Karen Heathwood
Jordan Reichek (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
Barry Bunce (director)
February 18, 1999 (1999-02-18)204
Adventures in Greaser Sitting - Cliff makes CatDog babysit his niece, but they lose track of her before he gets back.
The Cat Club - Cat joins a secret "cats only" society.
Cat Diggety Dog - A musical number telling how CatDog get along.
255"Climb Every CatDog
Canine Mutiny"
Mike Svayko (animation)
George Chialtas (animation)
Dean Stefan
Patti Carr & Lara Runnels
Vikki Barrett
Dan Povenmire (director)
Steve Owen
Barry Bunce and Chuck Klein (directors)
February 19, 1999 (1999-02-19)205
Climb Every CatDog - Cat wants to climb Mount Nearburg so it can be named after him instead of his old rival Mindy Wonderful.
Canine Mutiny - CatDog, Mervis, and Mr Sunshine end up in a dumpster floating in water, and Cat starts acting like the captain of a pirate ship.
266"Fred the Flying Fish
CatDog Divided"
Ron Myrick (animation)
Russ Mooney (animation)
Steven BanksKaren Heathwood
Jordan Reichek (director)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
February 22, 1999 (1999-02-22)206
Fred the Flying Fish - Cat tries to disprove a myth about a flying fish.
CatDog Divided - Cat and Dog are separated after a magic trick gone wrong from a crooked magician. Now the duo has to find the guy, who's running from the cops.
277"The Unnatural
Dog Ate It
Dopes on Slopes"
Russ Mooney (animation)
Alan Smart (animation)
Andrew Gottlieb
Andy Rheingold
Vikki Barrett
Dan Povenmire (director)
Steve Owen
Chuck Klein (director)
February 23, 1999 (1999-02-23)207
The Unnatural - Cat and Dog play baseball with the Greasers on opposite teams, but when Cat's skills are not up to bat, he uses a pair of disguises to switch places with ace ball player Dog.
Dog Ate It - Cat tries to get Dog to lose weight.
Dopes on Slopes - Cat tries to teach Dog how to ski.
288"Spaced Out
Nine Lives"
Marlene May (animation)Agi Fodor & Chris Gilligan
Andy Rheingold
Antoine Guilbaud
Barry Bunce and Mario Piluso (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando (director)
February 24, 1999 (1999-02-24)208
Spaced Out - Tired of watching the Mean Bob movie over and over again with Dog, Cat tries to sabotage the film, but his attempts put the duo into the movie itself.
Nine Lives - While cleaning the attic, Dog accidentally lets loose Cat's eight extra life spirits. Now the duo has to collect them before they destroy all of Nearburg.
299"Dem Bones
Winslow's Home Videos
You're Fired"
Marlene May (animation)
Russ Mooney (animation)
George Chialtas (animation)
Steven Banks
Dean Stefan and Dan Povenmire
Andy Rheingold
Antoine Guilbaud
Barry Bunce and Scott Wood (directors)
Kelly Kennedy
Dominic Orlando and Dan Povenmire (directors)
Steve Owen
Chuck Klein (director)
February 25, 1999 (1999-02-25)209
Dem Bones - Dog gets a craving for dinosaur bones when Cat takes him to a museum, but he tells Dog not to eat the bones as they are very old. The bones mysteriously appear in CatDog's house the next morning after Dog dreams about them.
Winslow's Home Videos - Winslow shows clips of some of his favorite home videos featuring CatDog's wacky antics.
You're Fired - Cat wants to impress Tallulah, a famous movie star, but things goes awry when Dog eats some hot peppers in the kitchen and CatDog starts breathing fire.
3010"Showdown at Hole 18
Sneezie Dog"
Marlene May (animation)Wendy Reardon
Sydnie Suskind
Steve Owen
Chuck Klein (director)
Karen Heathwood
Gary Hoffman (director)
February 26, 1999 (1999-02-26)210
Showdown at Hole 18 - Cat wants to win a lifetime membership at a golf course, but Rancid Rabbit, the owner, bans him from the premises.
Sneezie Dog - Cat and Winslow look to cure Dog's allergies.