History WesternAnimation / Doug

22nd Apr '16 7:14:10 PM akaun6899
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Disney briefly released their Christmas episode, along with the Christmas specials of their other '90s cartoons. on On-Demand services. With that they cut part of the scene where Doug and his father finally have the talk, in which Doug outright utters the word ''sex''.

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: In 2015, Disney briefly released their Christmas episode, along with the Christmas specials of their other '90s cartoons. cartoons, on On-Demand services. With that that, they cut part of the scene where Doug and his father finally have the talk, TheTalk, in which Doug outright utters the word ''sex''.
22nd Apr '16 7:12:50 PM akaun6899
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* Bowdlerize: Disney briefly released their Christmas episode, along with the Christmas specials of their other '90s cartoons. on On-Demand services. With that they cut part of the scene where Doug and his father finally have the talk, in which Doug outright says the word ''sex''.

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* Bowdlerize: {{Bowdlerize}}: Disney briefly released their Christmas episode, along with the Christmas specials of their other '90s cartoons. on On-Demand services. With that they cut part of the scene where Doug and his father finally have the talk, in which Doug outright says utters the word ''sex''.
22nd Apr '16 7:11:25 PM akaun6899
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* Bowdlerize: Disney briefly released their Christmas episode, along with the Christmas specials of their other '90s cartoons. on On-Demand services. With that they cut part of the scene where Doug and his father finally have the talk, in which Doug outright says the word ''sex''.
17th Apr '16 9:41:09 AM Berrenta
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'''Beebe:''' [[GetOnWithItAlready Get to the point, Doug!]]

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'''Beebe:''' [[GetOnWithItAlready Get to the point, Doug!]]Doug!
15th Apr '16 10:55:32 PM JohnnyLurg
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** Roger uses the expression "Joey Cucamonga" to express shock in one episode of the Nickelodeon version, but in the Disney seasons this was elevated to a catch phrase.

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** Roger uses the expression "Joey Cucamonga" to express shock in only one episode of the Nickelodeon version, version ("Doug's in the Money"), but in the Disney seasons this was elevated to a catch phrase.
15th Apr '16 12:09:14 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: One Nickelodeon episode had Doug working as an anchorman on the class news show. The main conflict comes from [[spoiler: Roger setting Doug up to reveal on air that Mr. Bone wears pink underwear.]] The resulting plot is amusing, but could have been avoided if Doug just looked at the copy for three seconds before reading it.
9th Apr '16 3:18:20 PM themisterfree
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After its initial run, the show was bought and {{Retool}}ed by Disney into ''[[TheNewAdventures Brand Spanking New Doug]]'' (or ''Disney's Doug'' as it was later branded during the ''Creator/OneSaturdayMorning'' era). It wound up changing a few things from the Nickelodeon version (the first episode even addresses this with the new changes of Doug's life) with many characters getting new looks and various supporting characters changing jobs and roles. Despite the changes, it was still a continuation of the original series, and ended up with a longer run than the original. Like the Nickelodeon version, it also concluded with a GrandFinale (something ''very'' few Disney cartoons have managed).

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After its initial run, the show was bought and {{Retool}}ed by Disney into ''[[TheNewAdventures Brand Spanking New Doug]]'' (or ''Disney's Doug'' as it was later branded during the ''Creator/OneSaturdayMorning'' ''Main/OneSaturdayMorning'' era). It wound up changing a few things from the Nickelodeon version (the first episode even addresses this with the new changes of Doug's life) with many characters getting new looks and various supporting characters changing jobs and roles. Despite the changes, it was still a continuation of the original series, and ended up with a longer run than the original. Like the Nickelodeon version, it also concluded with a GrandFinale (something ''very'' few Disney cartoons have managed).
9th Apr '16 3:18:01 PM themisterfree
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After its initial run, the show was bought and {{Retool}}ed by Disney into ''[[TheNewAdventures Brand Spanking New Doug]]'' (Or ''Disney's Doug'' as it was later branded). It wound up changing a few things from the Nickelodeon version (the first episode even addresses this with the new changes of Doug's life) with many characters getting new looks and various supporting characters changing jobs and roles. Despite the changes, it was still a continuation of the original series, and ended up with a longer run than the original. Like the Nickelodeon version, it also concluded with a GrandFinale (something ''very'' few Disney cartoons have managed).

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After its initial run, the show was bought and {{Retool}}ed by Disney into ''[[TheNewAdventures Brand Spanking New Doug]]'' (Or (or ''Disney's Doug'' as it was later branded).branded during the ''Creator/OneSaturdayMorning'' era). It wound up changing a few things from the Nickelodeon version (the first episode even addresses this with the new changes of Doug's life) with many characters getting new looks and various supporting characters changing jobs and roles. Despite the changes, it was still a continuation of the original series, and ended up with a longer run than the original. Like the Nickelodeon version, it also concluded with a GrandFinale (something ''very'' few Disney cartoons have managed).
9th Apr '16 3:14:19 PM creader
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* BrokenAesop: The episode in which Doug ends up in a fight with Larry. The message is of course that violence isn't the way to solve problems. Except Larry, who was clearly in a rage over being bullied, started the fight with Doug, even though he had nothing to do with it. Doug knocking Larry out should have been called self defense since Larry made the first swing, and hit Doug first.
7th Apr '16 5:49:15 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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One of the first three original Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}, featuring eleven-year-old Doug Funnie and his experiences with his friends, family and community. Creator Jim Jinkins developed the concept and drew inspiration from his own experiences growing up. Beginning with Doug's arrival in Bluffington, he dutifully writes about his every adventure in his journal, which frames almost every episode. Very early on, he gained a best friend in Mosquito "Skeeter" Valentine, a nemesis in school bully Roger Klotz, and a love interest in the [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] Patti Mayonnaise. His dog Porkchop frequently steals the show with his antics, not unlike [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Snoopy]]. Many other colourful characters (both literally and figuratively) were featured.

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One of the first three original Franchise/{{Nicktoons}}, featuring eleven-year-old Doug Funnie and his experiences with his friends, family and community. Creator Jim Jinkins developed the concept and drew inspiration from his own experiences growing up. Beginning with Doug's arrival in Bluffington, he dutifully writes about his every adventure in his journal, which frames almost every episode. Very early on, In the first episode, he gained a best friend in Mosquito "Skeeter" Valentine, a nemesis in and school bully Roger Klotz, and a love interest in the [[{{Tomboy}} tomboyish]] Patti Mayonnaise. His dog Porkchop frequently steals the show with his antics, not unlike [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Snoopy]]. Many other colourful characters (both literally and figuratively) were featured.



* {{Jerkass}}: Roger is definitely this; he's often making fun of Doug, even framing him for stealing a trophy.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Roger is definitely this; he's often making fun ''definitely'' this (well, most of Doug, even framing him for stealing a trophy.the time).



* LoveAtFirstSight: Doug is lovestruck the second he sees Patti bike past outside the Honker Burger in the very first episode.

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* LoveAtFirstSight: Doug is lovestruck the second he sees Patti bike past outside the Honker Burger in the very [very first episode.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Patti and Beebe

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Patti and BeebeBeebe. Patti was arguably less of this in the Nickelodeon series, where she wore a skirt.
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