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2 Stupid Dogs

 
 

 

 
 

Prod. Notes:


 

September 1993 - January 1995,  syndicated

Hanna-Barbera

 

Cast:

 

Little Dog .................................................................................. Mark Schiff

Big Dog ..................................................................................... Brad Garrett

Hollywood .......................................................................... Brian Cummings

Secret Squirrel ..................................................................... Jess Harnell

Morocco Mole ....................................................................... Jim Cummings

Chief ................................................................................................. Tony Jay

Narrator .................................................................................... Gary Owens

 

 

Synopsis:

 


 
2 Stupid Dogs was a show about just that - Little Dog and Big Dog, two canines with a nose for trouble and not enough brains to get out of it. The show was a break from Hanna-Barbera’s traditional style, animated more along the lines of Ren and Stimpy than Scooby-Doo. The show also shared Ren and Stimpy’s taste for booger jokes and potty humor mingled into plot-free exercises in unbridled wackiness.

The premise was simple: Little Dog was the loudmouth with a deathly fear of cats, Big Dog was his mellow companion. A broad-shouldered human named Hollywood appeared on most episodes to antagonize the dogs, uttering his instant catchphrase, “Isn’t that cute . . . But it’s WROOOONG!!” The show was filled with throwaway one-liners that fans have been bandying about ever since: “It tastes like caca,” “Where’s the food?” “(Monkey to astronaut): I think you’ve been drinking too much Tang,” and Little Dog’s catchphrase, “Ball!”

2 Stupid Dogs also brought the return of a little-known character from the Hanna-Barbera archives: Secret Squirrel. Each episode of 2 Stupid Dogs featured a Super Secret Squirrel segment, spoofing the 1960’s spy craze with the title squirrel, his bull superior Chief, and his Peter Lorre-inspired assistant Morocco Mole.

2 Stupid Dogs endeared themselves to viewers with their endlessly hilarious stupidity. In one episode, Little Dog tried to use a hand puppet to fool a cat into thinking there was food in another alley. After a brief conversation with his puppet, Little Dog fooled himself instead, calling the puppet a liar when the truth came out.

After two seasons of original episodes in syndication, the show moved to The Cartoon Network.

 


 

 
 
Episodes:
 

 

Season 1

 

Red

Spit Soup

Hollywoods Ark

Pie in the Sky

Let's Make a Right Price

Return of Red

Sheep Dogs

Hobo Hounds

Show and Tell

Red Strikes Back

Bathroom Humor

Spooks a Poppin'

Jerk

Home is Where your Head is

Substitute Teacher

Las Pelotas!

At the Drive In

A Quarter

Love

 

Season 2

 

Stunt Dogs

Post Office

Love Doctors

Far-Out Friday

Seeing Eye Dogs

Cat!

Love in the Park

Day Dream

Trash Day

Vegas Buffet

Where's The Bone?

Corn Flakes

Door Jam

Cookies, Ookies, Blookies

Family Values

Cartoon Canines

Inside Out

Fun!

The Rise and Fall of the Big Dog

Space Dogs

 

 

 

 

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