History WesternAnimation / Catdog

11th Apr '17 12:38:37 AM CaptainTedium
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* LateArrivalSpoiler: "Vexed of Kin" spoils [[spoiler:[=CatDog=] being reunited with their ''adoptive'' parents]] in "The Great Parent Mystery".
19th Mar '17 12:21:38 PM nombretomado
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''[=CatDog=]'' was an animated series created by illustrator and musician Peter Hannan that first aired on {{Nickelodeon}} in 1998 and ran for three seasons. It is the 8th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] created for the channel.

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''[=CatDog=]'' was an animated series created by illustrator and musician Peter Hannan that first aired on {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} in 1998 and ran for three seasons. It is the 8th [[Franchise/{{Nicktoons}} Nicktoon]] created for the channel.
10th Mar '17 8:27:13 AM Theriocephalus
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Notable for it's [[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 it's 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.
1st Mar '17 7:30:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* DeadpanSnarker: Winslow and Cat.

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* DarkReprise: In "The Great Parent Mystery", the cats and dogs of Yokelburg sing a song called "Ain't No More", which is about how they've managed to set aside their differences and get along. After Cat refuses to be married to a hillbilly girl, this incites the [=McDogs=] and the Catfields to resume their feud and "Ain't No More" gets a reprise where they instead sing about how their living in harmony is now a thing of the past.
* DeadpanSnarker: Winslow and Cat.Cat both have their share of sarcastic remarks.
28th Feb '17 4:27:58 PM KoopaKid17
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* CallingOutYourAttacks: "[=CatDog=] WHEEL!"

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* CallingOutYourAttacks: CallingYourAttacks: "[=CatDog=] WHEEL!"
28th Feb '17 4:27:28 PM KoopaKid17
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* CallingOutYourAttacks: "[=CatDog=] WHEEL!"



* DietEpisode: "Dog Ate It" has Cat putting Dog on a diet in preparation for them entering a dance contest.



* ThrowTheDogABone: Happened a LOT more often than this page'd have you think. For example, in "Dog Ate It," Dog's eaten everything in the dance hall and made Cat's date break up with him (understandable, as Dog ate her sister)... but Randolph loved what they did so much he gives them the trophy for Best Dance!

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* ThrowTheDogABone: Happened a LOT more often than this page'd have you think. For example, in "Dog Ate It," It", Dog's eaten everything in the dance hall and made Cat's date break up with him (understandable, as Dog ate her sister)... but Randolph loved what they did so much he gives them the trophy for Best Dance!
15th Feb '17 9:07:54 AM CaptainTedium
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* CatdogDichotomy: Well, with a name like that...

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* CatdogDichotomy: Well, with a name like that...CatDogDichotomy: Cat and Dog, in addition to respectively being the species the trope refers to, are the exact opposite of each others' personalities. Cat tends to be the smarter of the two, prefers things to be clean, and often lets his greed get the best of him, while Dog is dim-witted, loves making messes, and is usually selfless and nice.
5th Feb '17 2:20:55 AM CaptainTedium
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* OddNameOut: In "Back to School", it is revealed that Cliff, Shriek, and Lube are uncles and an aunt. Cliff's nephew is named Biff and Shriek's niece is named Squeak, but Lube's nephew doesn't have a name that rhymes with that of his uncle's and is known as Bartholomew.
5th Feb '17 2:04:16 AM CaptainTedium
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* SnapBack: Many episodes end with [=CatDog=] in an unpleasant predicament, only for everything to be back to normal by the next episode. Notable examples include losing their house to the Gopher in "Home is Where the Dirt Is" and apparently being permanently trapped inside a ''Mean Bob'' movie in "Spaced Out".



* WeaksauceWeakness: Several characters refer to this trope as "Porkfat", named after the weaksauce weakness of the in-universe movie character, Mean Bob.

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* WeaksauceWeakness: Several In "Greasers in the Mist", where Lola attempts to infiltrate the Greasers on behalf of [=CatDog=] to learn their weaknesses, several characters refer to this trope as "Porkfat", named after the weaksauce weakness of the in-universe movie character, Mean Bob.
1st Feb '17 3:16:54 AM CaptainTedium
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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The HalloweenEpisode "[=CatDogula=]" featured Peruvian vampire ticks who turn nearly everyone in Nearburg into a vampire except Cat. In the end, Cat manages to cure both the citizens of Nearburg and the ticks of their vampirism.

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The HalloweenEpisode "[=CatDogula=]" featured Peruvian vampire ticks who turn nearly everyone in Nearburg into a vampire except Cat. In the end, Cat manages to cure both the citizens of Nearburg and the ticks of their vampirism.vampirism by dousing everyone in garlic juice.
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