''100 Deeds for Eddie [=McDowd=]'' is a show on {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} in the late [[TheNineties '90s]] and early '00s. The title character was a bully, [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a dog]] after messing with the wrong hobo, with the condition that he would only change back if he did 100 good deeds. Aside from the man who put the curse on Eddie, the only person that can hear the dog Eddie talk is Justin Taylor, the last kid that Eddie bullied as a human. HilarityEnsues.

It was canceled in the U.S. [[CutShort after just 40 episodes]], long before Eddie could change back into a human and still having 60 good deeds remaining, due to low ratings.

!!This show provides examples of:

* AnAesop: If Eddie ever completes his task, neither he nor Justin will remember that he was turned into a dog, but Eddie will still be a better person for it.
* AesopEnforcer: The drifter blatantly enforces the Aesop on Eddie.
* AsianAndNerdy: Justin's best friend, Sariffa Chung.
* BaitAndSwitchComparison:
--> I can't believe you let that filthy beast into the house!
--> Yeah, and now he has a dog.
* BalefulPolymorph: Drives the show's premise.
* CrappyHolidays: Eddie in human life (and dog life) did his best to ruin Christmas for everyone else.
* [[CursedWithAwesome Cursed With Okay]]: Eddie eventually starts to like being a dog.
* DespairEventHorizon: In one episode, Eddie nearly kills himself to save Justin, and gets one deed. He enters a despair event horizon because of this, and decides to give up on good deeds and stay a dog. Itís so bad that the normally snarky Drifter actually pleads with Eddie to not give up. It takes him nearly killing himself again to save Justin again, and getting another good deed, to realize he still has a chance.
* DisproportionateRetribution: Eddie humiliates Justin by spilling paint on him and hanging him on a flagpole all because he accidentally spilled milk on him.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: The man who cursed Eddie is known only as "The Drifter" - a possible shoutout to Creator/RobertAHeinlein's Literature/AllYouZombies'', perhaps?
* TheFaceless: Eddie is this before becoming a dog, but the Christmas special briefly shows three other selves with faces.
* FantasticComedy: The fantasy premise
* GranolaGirl: Sariffa Chung.
* HowWeGotHere: The first half of the pilot episode shows how Eddie became the way he is.
* {{Jerkass}}: The titular character himself.
** Also, the Drifter, but to a lesser extent.
* InstantSedation: Averted in "Dog Day Out." Eddie gets an oral sedative at the vet that takes an hour to kick in -- plenty of time for drugged up shenanigans to ensue.
* InterspeciesRomance: Eddie's a teenager in the body of a dog, but has zero qualms with dating actual dogs.
* LiteralCliffhanger: Eddie puts Justin on a flag pole as revenge for spilling milk on him.
* LongBusTrip: Morgan Kibby, who becomes a foreign exchange student in London.
* ParentalFavoritism / SadistTeacher: Averted. Justin's father is the ShopClass teacher, and is ''extra'' hard on Justin despite him being actually ''quite'' competent.
* PoorCommunicationKills: In a two-part episode, the Taylors call the host family where Gwen is in the UK. Tori answers the phone and mistakes "Taylor" for "Tailor", who she was mad at for botching up an order so she threatens to send the other dress back in pieces - the Taylors assume they're talking about ''Gwen''. Well, long story short, it drives one of the plots for the episode.
* RecycledPremise: Of the short lived 1980s show ''The 100 Lives Of Black Jack Savage''.
* SassyBlackWoman: Zig-zagged with Tori.
* SecretKeeper: Justin. The last episode has Tori.
* ShopClass: It was Eddie's only good class when he was a human - revealed in the episode wherein Justin's father almost becomes the permanent shop teacher.
** Justin himself is also rather competent in Shop - his father is just extra hard on him.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Eddie and Justin, type 2.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: The Drifter is trying to to teach Eddie to stop being a JerkAss (Eddie nearly crossed the MoralEventHorizon when they crossed paths), but does he really have to be a dick about it? It probably wasn't a good idea to erase his entire family off the face of the Earth (seriously).
** The Drifter also does this to other kids too; one episode has a dog who is undergoing a similar trial ''just like Eddie'', and the only person who can hear her speak is the last person whose car she destroyed. (She "Pooled" them.) One can only imagine how many dogs are actually transformed teens.