History WesternAnimation / CatDog

17th Sep '17 1:55:00 AM CaptainTedium
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* ToiletHumor: Much like other Nickelodeon shows, this one had its share of toilet humor. A fair amount of it occurs in "The Great Parent Mystery", which includes a butt-shaped UFO landing on a rock formation shaped like a toilet, [=CatDog=] and the Greasers vaguely referring to getting out of Bessie the Sea Monster "the old-fashioned way" after being eaten alive by her, and the fight between the [=McDogs=] and the Catfields having a dog stand in front of a hose spraying water at an angle that makes it look like he's peeing the water.

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* ToiletHumor: ToiletHumour: Much like other Nickelodeon shows, this one had its share of toilet humor. A fair amount of it occurs in "The Great Parent Mystery", which includes a butt-shaped UFO landing on a rock formation shaped like a toilet, [=CatDog=] and the Greasers vaguely referring to getting out of Bessie the Sea Monster "the old-fashioned way" after being eaten alive by her, and the fight between the [=McDogs=] and the Catfields having a dog stand in front of a hose spraying water at an angle that makes it look like he's peeing the water.
17th Sep '17 1:45:30 AM CaptainTedium
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* ThoseTwoGuys: Mervis and Dunglap.

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* ThoseTwoGuys: Mervis and Dunglap.Dunglap are rarely seen apart.



* ToiletHumor: Mostly happens, in many terrifying moments.

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* ToiletHumor: Mostly happens, Much like other Nickelodeon shows, this one had its share of toilet humor. A fair amount of it occurs in many terrifying moments."The Great Parent Mystery", which includes a butt-shaped UFO landing on a rock formation shaped like a toilet, [=CatDog=] and the Greasers vaguely referring to getting out of Bessie the Sea Monster "the old-fashioned way" after being eaten alive by her, and the fight between the [=McDogs=] and the Catfields having a dog stand in front of a hose spraying water at an angle that makes it look like he's peeing the water.
28th Aug '17 8:45:11 AM ctempire
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Notable for its [[SadistShow cruel humor]] and [[CrapsackWorld bleak setting]], with many stories involving [[KafkaComedy bad things happening to characters who don't deserve it]], making it one of the channel's most [[LoveItOrHateIt polarizing]] shows. Nevertheless, it has a dedicated following of nostalgic fans.

The show now reruns in the block Series/The90sAreAllThat (Now The Splat). The series is currently released in DVD by Creator/ShoutFactory, with the complete series released in 2014.

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Notable for its [[SadistShow cruel humor]] and [[CrapsackWorld bleak setting]], with many stories involving [[KafkaComedy bad things happening to characters who don't deserve it]], making it one of the channel's most [[LoveItOrHateIt polarizing]] polarizing shows. Nevertheless, it has a dedicated following of nostalgic fans.

The show now reruns in the block Series/The90sAreAllThat (Now The Splat). The series is currently released in DVD by Creator/ShoutFactory, with the complete series released in 2014.
23rd Aug '17 4:39:58 AM Technomaru
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* Hypocrite: As a Greaser Dog, Cliff is supposed to hate and beat up cats but he has no problem if the cat in question happens to be female as seen in "Back to School" and "Adventures in Greaser Sitting".



* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: Rancid Rabbit holds a different job whenever he appears? Dentist, dog catcher, fast food restaurant manager, you name it. Taken to its logical extreme where he is seen working as a teacher and a traffic cop ''in the same episode.'' [[LampshadeHanging Cat is absolutely stunned.]]

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* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: Rancid Rabbit holds a different job whenever he appears? Dentist, dog catcher, fast food restaurant manager, you name it. Taken to its logical extreme where he is seen working as a teacher and a traffic cop ''in the same episode.'' in "Back to School", [[LampshadeHanging Cat is absolutely stunned.]]


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** Despite what everyone thinks, Winslow claims he's not a mouse


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** Also we never find out why does Rancid Rabbit work as a Teacher and a police officer at the end of "Back to School".
17th Aug '17 5:57:26 AM CaptainTedium
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* LicensedGame: ''[=CatDog=]: Quest for the Golden Hydrant'', unrelated to the show's episode "The Golden Hydrant", was a computer game where the player controlled [=CatDog=] through various minigames. A [=PlayStation=] game called ''Saving Mean Bob'' was also planned, but was never released.
23rd Jun '17 9:54:34 PM CJCroen1393
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* RealityEnsues: In "You're Fired", Cat tries to douse his pepper-filled mouth with water. Given that water and capsaicin don't mix well, this only makes it worse.


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* ShownTheirWork: In "You're Fired", Cat tries to cool down the spicy sensation of hot peppers by guzzling down a pitcher of water. All this does is make the resulting FireBreathingDiner ''worse''. In real life, water actually ''does'' exacerbate spiciness, as it causes the capsaicin (the chemical that causes spiciness) to spread. Milk and/or bread is generally considered the better option.
18th Jun '17 3:26:51 PM mariofan1000
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27th May '17 10:41:13 PM Kishou
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* VisualPun: In "All About Cat", Cat is rehearsing for a part in the Abe musical. He acts like a LargeHam, and Dog slides an opened can of Ham in front of him (as he's eating the contents)
12th May '17 11:43:43 AM TrippyDippy
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Notable for its [[SadistShow bleak humor]] and [[CrapsackWorld setting]], with many stories involving [[KafkaComedy bad things happening to characters who don't deserve it]], making it one of the channel's most [[LoveItOrHateIt polarizing]] shows. Nevertheless, it has a dedicated following of nostalgic fans.

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Notable for its [[SadistShow bleak cruel humor]] and [[CrapsackWorld bleak setting]], with many stories involving [[KafkaComedy bad things happening to characters who don't deserve it]], making it one of the channel's most [[LoveItOrHateIt polarizing]] shows. Nevertheless, it has a dedicated following of nostalgic fans.
9th May '17 8:23:10 AM MilanP.
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* AnimationBump: The episode "Fetch" was made to be shown before ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', so it has theatrical-quality animation. This is very evident in the coloring of the characters.

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* AnimationBump: The episode "Fetch" was made produced as a theatrical short to be shown before ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie'' (which was later paired up as part of the regular half-hour broadcast), so it has much more theatrical-quality animation. animation compared to a regular episode. This is very evident in the coloring of the characters.characters and the more fluid character animation.



** The theatrical short, "Fetch," has more detailed animation and layouts, with shading and such.

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** The theatrical short, "Fetch," has more detailed animation and layouts, with shading and such.being animated on "ones", as opposed to being animated on "twos" like on the show.
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