History Heartwarming / Doug

17th Apr '17 6:39:36 PM SkepticalBaby
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** As it turns out, Stinky is female and her being "sick" was actually a sign that she was pregnant: she ends up giving birth to a litter of kittens. As it turns out, the pizza and ice cream that Doug gave Stinky was just what the doctor ordered.

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** As it turns out, Stinky is female and her being "sick" was actually a sign that she was pregnant: she ends up giving birth to a litter of kittens. As it turns out, the The pizza and ice cream that Doug gave Stinky was just what the doctor ordered.
13th Apr '17 10:10:33 PM SkepticalBaby
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* "Doug's Fat Cat" is one of the most heartwarming episodes of the whole series. Roger asks Doug to take care of his pet cat, Stinky, while he and his mom go to a monster truck show. Despite picking on him all the time, Roger trusts Doug and considers him a good person.
** When Roger and his mom drive up, Roger's mom greets Doug warmly, and he warmly greets her in return. Roger may be a bully, but he at least has a happy home life.

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* "Doug's Fat Cat" is one of the most heartwarming episodes of the whole series. Roger asks Doug to take care of his pet cat, Stinky, while he and his mom go to a monster truck show. Despite picking on him all the time, Roger trusts Doug and considers him a good person.
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** When Roger and his mom drive up, Roger's mom greets and Doug warmly, and he warmly greets her in return. share a polite, warm greeting. Roger may be a bully, but he at least has his mom is a happy home life.very nice lady.



** Roger and his mom immediately come to the vet after Doug tells them that Stinky is sick. Roger had earlier said that he'd been looking forward to the show all year, but he didn't need to think twice about leaving to make sure his cat was okay.
** When Roger arrives at the vet, Doug is terrified that Roger is going to be furious at him, but instead Roger just asks him what's wrong with his cat, even collapsing to his knees in worry and crying.

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** Roger and his mom immediately come to the vet after Doug tells them that Stinky is sick. Roger had said earlier said that he'd been looking forward to the show all year, but he didn't need to think twice about leaving to make sure his cat was okay.
** When Roger arrives at the vet, Doug is terrified that Roger is going to be furious at him, but instead Roger just asks him what's wrong with his cat, even collapsing to his knees in worry and crying.
13th Apr '17 10:08:18 PM SkepticalBaby
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** Right before he and his mom drive off, Roger, without a hint of sarcasm or insincerity, tells Doug that he's counting on him. Even Doug is taken aback by how much Roger cares for his cat.

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** Right before he and his mom drive off, Roger, without a hint of sarcasm or insincerity, Roger sincerely tells Doug that he's counting on him. Even Doug is taken aback by how much Roger cares for his cat.
13th Apr '17 10:01:53 PM SkepticalBaby
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** Despite Doug's initial worries, Stinky isn't that troublesome for him, despite mewling at odd hours.
** After Doug gives in to Stinky's demands and gives the cat pizza and ice cream, Stinky smiles at him, genuinely satisfied and grateful.
13th Apr '17 10:00:16 PM SkepticalBaby
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* "Doug's Fat Cat" is one of the most heartwarming episodes of the whole series. Roger asks Doug to take care of his pet cat, Stinky, while he and his mom go to a monster truck show. The fact that Roger trusts Doug to take care of his cat shows that Roger knows how good of a guy Doug really is.

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* "Doug's Fat Cat" is one of the most heartwarming episodes of the whole series. Roger asks Doug to take care of his pet cat, Stinky, while he and his mom go to a monster truck show. The fact that Despite picking on him all the time, Roger trusts Doug to take care of his cat shows that Roger knows how and considers him a good of a guy Doug really is.person.
13th Apr '17 7:01:11 AM SkepticalBaby
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* "Doug's Fat Cat" is one of the most heartwarming episodes of the whole series. Roger asks Doug to take care of his pet cat, Stinky, while he and his mom go to a monster truck show. The fact that Roger trusts Doug to take care of his cat shows that Roger knows how good of a guy Doug really is.
** When Roger and his mom drive up, Roger's mom greets Doug warmly, and he warmly greets her in return. Roger may be a bully, but he at least has a happy home life.
** Right before he and his mom drive off, Roger, without a hint of sarcasm or insincerity, tells Doug that he's counting on him. Even Doug is taken aback by how much Roger cares for his cat.
** Despite Doug's initial worries, Stinky isn't that troublesome for him, despite mewling at odd hours.
** After Doug gives in to Stinky's demands and gives the cat pizza and ice cream, Stinky smiles at him, genuinely satisfied and grateful.
** Roger and his mom immediately come to the vet after Doug tells them that Stinky is sick. Roger had earlier said that he'd been looking forward to the show all year, but he didn't need to think twice about leaving to make sure his cat was okay.
** When Roger arrives at the vet, Doug is terrified that Roger is going to be furious at him, but instead Roger just asks him what's wrong with his cat, even collapsing to his knees in worry and crying.
** As it turns out, Stinky is female and her being "sick" was actually a sign that she was pregnant: she ends up giving birth to a litter of kittens. As it turns out, the pizza and ice cream that Doug gave Stinky was just what the doctor ordered.
** The end of the episode shows Roger happily playing with his cat's kittens. One of the kittens snuggles up to Doug and even Porkchop is seen happily playing with them.
5th Jan '17 4:57:47 PM NESBoy
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* Can't remember the name of the episode, but Doug enters a contest that lured him in with a sweet grand prize, but every round requires an increasingly-high amount of money to continue. Meanwhile, Doug is also making a sculpture of Porkchop to enter an unrelated art competition, but all his efforts go into the first contest even though it's quite obviously a scam. Eventually he gives up and is bummed out about it, but then he receives a letter in the mail saying his sculpture came in third place in the art contest, which confuses him since he had forgotten all about it. That's when Judy reveals that ''she'' submitted the sculpture for him and reminds him not to lose sight of his talents.

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* Can't remember the name of the episode, but In "Doug's Mail Order Mania", Doug enters a contest that lured him in with a sweet grand prize, but every round requires an increasingly-high amount of money to continue.continue, to the point where he very nearly spends his college savings bond on it. Meanwhile, Doug is also making a sculpture of Porkchop to enter an unrelated art competition, but all his efforts go into the first contest even though it's quite obviously a scam. Eventually he gives up and is bummed out about it, but then he receives a letter in the mail saying his sculpture came in third place in the art contest, which confuses him since he had forgotten all about it. That's when Judy reveals that ''she'' submitted the sculpture for him and reminds him not to lose sight of his talents.
3rd Jan '17 10:17:38 PM needlessexposition
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* Any of the times that Roger and Doug end up getting along is always pretty heartwarming whether it's Doug making a slice of banana pizza for Roger since the class ate it all before he could get a slice ("Doug's Cookin'"), Roger organizing a surprise party to celebrate Doug's first year in Bluffington ("Doug v.s. the Klotzoid Zombies"), or their chat in "Doug Graduates" when they bond over their shared fear of moving on to junior high/middle school. Despite the antagonistic attitude Doug has toward Roger, he does still consider him a friend of sorts.
21st Nov '16 8:15:31 PM Psi001
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** Note that during the reaction shot of getting a pack of gum for his efforts and being heckled by Roger, Doug is ''smiling'' nonchalantly. He didn't care about getting praise or a reward, he just wanted a clean conscience.
24th Oct '16 5:33:10 PM DesertDragon
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* In "Doug and Patti P.I.", after Doug realizes that Roger was the one who stole the bumpers because Roger was sad that his dad couldn't be with him for the wheel-barrel race, he doesn't get mad at Roger or hold it against him. Instead, Doug asks Mr. Dink to participate in the race with Roger as Roger's stand-in 'dad'.

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* In "Doug and Patti P.I.", after Doug realizes that Roger was the one who stole the bumpers because Roger was sad that his dad couldn't be with him for the wheel-barrel race, he doesn't get mad at Roger or hold it against him. Instead, Doug asks Mr. Dink to participate in the race with Roger as Roger's stand-in 'dad'.'dad'.
* Can't remember the name of the episode, but Doug enters a contest that lured him in with a sweet grand prize, but every round requires an increasingly-high amount of money to continue. Meanwhile, Doug is also making a sculpture of Porkchop to enter an unrelated art competition, but all his efforts go into the first contest even though it's quite obviously a scam. Eventually he gives up and is bummed out about it, but then he receives a letter in the mail saying his sculpture came in third place in the art contest, which confuses him since he had forgotten all about it. That's when Judy reveals that ''she'' submitted the sculpture for him and reminds him not to lose sight of his talents.
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