Tune in to 13 episodes of this classic show featuring an average kid in anything-but-average situations! Check out Doug's dancing lessons...see real puppy love in action when Porkchop falls for a poodle...and hang on for Doug's first motorcycle ride!
When Doug goes camping with the Bluffscouts, Roger chooses him as his partner and makes him do all the work.
Doug and Skeeter win tickets to see their favorite rock group, the Beets, but they have to miss the concert when Skeeter is grounded.
Doug is mortified when his sister Judy plans to perform at a school assembly and he has to introduce her.
Roger steals Vice-Principal Lamarr Bone's yodeling trophy, but all the evidence points to Doug.
On a field trip to Bluffington town hall, Doug steps in for the mayor and inadvertently saves the town from a major meltdown at the ice cream factory.
Doug performs a ventriloquist routine for the school talent show.
When Roger bothers Patti, Doug imagines he's Quailman, a superhero who fights with the powers of a quail.
Do the shoes make the man? Doug thinks so and he wants to trade in his old sneakers for the new Sky Davis Inflatable Air Jet Shoe.
8. Doug Gets His Ears Lowered / Doug On The Wild Side
October 27, 1991
Looking for the right barber, Doug narrowly escapes the clutches of crazy hair stylists, including "Fluke", the most dangerous haircutter in Bluffington.
Doug On The Wild Side: Doug's wild Grandma Opal takes him on an exciting new adventure.
At the Big Bass-Off fishing contest, Doug teams up with Mr. Dink to catch Chester, the fish who stole Dink's wallet 30 years earlier.
When Doug and Skeeter accidentally break Mr. Dink's custom grill just before his big barbecue.
Doug imagines that he is Quailman and must use his powers to battle the evil Dr.
When Coach Spitz refuses Patti a spot on the softball team because she's a girl, she challenges the school team to play her own team.
Doug asks Patti to go to the Tri-county Fair with a group of friends. Although he feels
awkward and nervous, they have a great time.
Skeeter panics when he thinks his family is moving to a new town. He decides to move in with Doug and hide out.
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Doug Funny, what more could you want! I grew up as a early 90's kid and I loved this show! Watching it brings back great memories and good feelings. Here I am, well into my 30's and the Funny thing is (pun intended), I still enjoy watching it! I suppose I am somewhat of a big kid, but that is ok with me. This show is a good time for all, and I am glad it is on Prime so kids of this generation have a chance to watch one of the original Nicktoon's and enjoy it as much as their parents did (and uncles too ;-P). Ciao.
A cartoon from some of my childhood that I watched into my teens as reruns as well. A good, fun show with fun characters and just a slightly hard to describe, but unique, warm feeling atmosphere too. A show that actually felt what it was like to be a growing boy in the 90's. I recall relating to a lot of Doug's problems when I was young and first watching this. A little cheesy to go back to now, but still very enjoyable with the same charm it always held. Modern day toons, especially those found on Nickelodeon these days don't even compare.
Used to watch this show when it was aired on Nick, didn't remember seeing the very first show..glad these shows are archived and available for viewing at such ease. This show always stuck out because of the portrayal of characters with "alien-like" colors. No other teenage aimed cartoon has tried this since, Doug was a cool kid with a cool pup named Pork chop...smile
Flipping through the channels on cable T.V. recently, and landed on a new 3D cartoon and thought how much they have changed over the years since I was watching them as a kid. I remember seeing Doug on Amazon instant stream and decided to go back and watch it. In all honesty cartoons back in the 90's/early 2000's were so much better and have such good story lines compared to new cartoons.