This is a list of episodes from Doug
, which ran from August 11, 1991 to January 2, 1994 with 52 episodes on Nickelodeon, and from September 7, 1996 to June 26, 1999 with 65 episodes on ABC.
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- Doug Bags a Neematoad: A slightly neurotic eleven-year-old boy named Doug Funnie moves to Bluffington, makes friends with Skeeter Valentine, falls in love with Patti Mayonnaise, and meets bully Roger Klotz, who tricks him into a Snipe Hunt.
- Doug Can't Dance / Doug Gets Busted: Doug realizes he can't dance on the day of a school dance, and he's partnered with Patti / As a result of gossip, everyone thinks Doug blew up the science lab.
- Doug's Dog's Date / Doug's Big Nose: Doug's dog Porkchop begins acting lethargic, and Doug finds out he's in love / Doug becomes self-conscious after Skeeter's little brother Dale makes fun of Doug's big nose.
- Doug Takes a Hike / Doug Rocks: Doug joins the Bluff Scouts, and Roger scares him about the woods / Skeeter introduces Doug to his favorite band, The Beets.
- Doug Can't Dig It / Doug Didn't Do It: Doug is worried Judy will embarrass him by performing at his school / Mr. Bone's yodeling trophy is stolen and put in the toilet, and Doug is alleged to have done it.
- Doug, Mayor for a Day / Doug's No Dummy: Doug has to interview the mayor for an assignment on a field trip / Doug has to perform at the school talent show, and takes up ventriloquism.
- Doug's Cool Shoes / Doug To The Rescue: Doug looks to replace his old sneakers / Doug imagines himself as a superhero, and ends up in detention for disrupting class.
- Doug Gets His Ears Lowered / Doug on the Wild Side: Doug needs a haircut, but must wade through a bunch of weird salons, as he hasn't seen his usual barber in years. / Doug's grandma comes for a visit, and he finds she's more adventurous than he expected.
- Doug's Big Catch / Doug Needs Money: Doug and Mr. Dink go looking for a fish that stole Mr. Dink's wallet / Doug accidentally breaks Mr. Dink's custom-made grill, and tries to repay it without telling him.
- Doug's Runaway Journal / Doug's Doodle: Doug loses his journal, and worries someone will find and read it. / Doug freaks out when he passes in a doodle of his teacher instead of his homework.
- Doug's Cookin' / Doug Loses Dale: Doug and Patti are paired for cooking class, but both are nervous about it, especially since Patti isn't very good at cooking. / Doug decides to babysit Dale.
- Doug is Quailman / Doug Out in Left Field: Quailman fights Dr. Klotzenstein, who has been draining the brains of other students. / Patti and the rest of the softball team rejects form a softball team of their own to compete against the school's team.
- Doug's Fair Lady / Doug Says Goodbye: Doug goes on a double date with Patti, Skeeter, and Bebe to the fair. / Doug thinks his friend Skeeter is moving away.
- Doug Takes the Case / Doug's Secret Song: Doug investigates Bebe's stolen radio. / Doug tries to get his embarrassing video of him singing back from Patti.
- Doug's Got No Gift / Doug vs. the Klotzoid Zombies: Doug can't afford a birthday present for Patti, and makes his own instead. / Quailman fights Dr. Klotzenstein, who uses Zombie Chips to mind control Quailman's friends.
- Doug's Secret Admirer / Doug's on TV: Doug's been getting letters in his locker from a secret admirer, but freaks out when he realizes the letters are from Beebee Bluff. / Doug's aunt gets him on a kiddie show, and Roger sees him on it.
- Doug's Dinner Date / Doug Meets Fentruck: Doug is invited to dinner at Patti's house, where they're having liver and onions, which Doug doesn't like. / A foreign-exchange student arrives, and Doug fears he's in love with Patti.
- Doug Battles the Rulemeister / Doug's a Genius: After dealing with Mr. Bone's excessive amount of rules, Doug imagines Quailman battling the Rulemeister. / After an accident involving Porkchop and a raccoon, Doug's art teacher thinks he's a genius.
- Doug Saves Roger / Doug's Big News: Doug stands up to a new student who's bullying Roger. / Doug's class run a school news program, and Roger hogs the spotlight by sucking up to Mr. Bone.
- Doug's a Big Fat Liar / Doug Wears Tights: Doug lies about a sick cousin, and Judy fills the role. / Doug accidentally signs up for ballet.
- Doug's Derby Dilemma / Doug on His Own: Doug and Skeeter team up to compete in a soapbox derby. / Doug has the house to himself, and gets edgy after watching a scary TV show.
- Doug on the Trail / Doug Meets RoboBone: On a Bluff Scouts trip, Mr. Dink returns to the base camp, and Doug and Skeeter get worried. / Mr. Bone refuses to let The Beets play at school, so Doug pictures Quailman fighting an alien robot.
- Doug's Hot Ticket / Doug's Dental Disaster: Doug and Skeeter go to a Beets concert in Bloatsburg, but get stranded at a truck stop. / Doug gets a cavity, and fears going to the dentist.
- Doug's on Stage / Doug's Worst Nightmare: Judy decides to change up the boring Founder's Day pageant. / Roger falls in love with Judy, which scares Doug and alienates Roger's friends.
- Doug Pumps Up / Doug Goes Hollywood: Doug has two days to prepare for a fitness test. / Everyone in Bluffington, including Doug and Judy, want to get into a famous director's new movie.
- Doug's Lost Weekend / Doug's Lucky Hat: Doug gets addicted to a video game console he won, and neglects his homework. / Doug finds a hat that gives him good fortune.
- Doug's Fat Cat / Doug and Patti P.I.: Roger has Doug take care of his cat Stinky. / Doug and Patti investigate the mystery of missing wheelbarrow bumpers for a wheelbarrow race.
- Doug's Is Slave For A Day / Doug Rocks the House: Doug becomes Judy's slave for a week (not a day) to keep her from telling their parents that Doug broke a vase. / Patti is mad at Doug when he throws a stone that knocks down a whole house.
- Doug's Comic Collaboration / Doug's Pet Capades: Doug and Skeeter clash over what makes a good superhero. / Doug enters Porkchop into a pet show.
- Doug's Career Anxiety / Doug's Big Brawl: Doug's career test makes him a corporate executive, and is put in charge of a school project. / Doug is pressured into a fight with Larry.
- Doug's Huge Zit / Doug Flies a Kite: Doug gets a pimple right before a big dance. / Doug's dad makes a kite, but Doug wants to make it cooler.
- Doug and the Weird Kids / Doug's Behind the Wheel: Doug has to interview a pair of eccentric nerds and their mysterious father for a report. / Doug tries pushing Judy to pass her driver's test.
- Doug's New Teacher / Doug on First: A beautiful substitute teacher arrives, but Doug comes off as a troublemaker. / Everyone's parents want their kid to be the star pitcher of the baseball team.
- Doug's Cartoon / Doug's Monster Movie: Doug makes a cartoon criticizing Magic Meat, which infuriates Mr. Bone. / Doug tries making a monster movie, but his mom's recycling program interferes.
- Doug's Hot Property / Doug and the Little Liar: Doug buys Man Of Steel Man #1 from two teens, and finds it was stolen from a local shop. / Skeeter falls in love with a Yakestonesian girl, but Doug fears she's a lying Gold Digger.
- Doug Inc. / Doug's Nightmare on Jumbo St.: Doug learns the ups and downs of business management while trying to save up for a skateboard. / Doug becomes ashamed and gets nightmares after he closes his eyes during The Reveal of a movie monster.
- Doug's Shock Therapy / Doug is Hamburger Boy: Mr. Bone unleashes his inner child after he thinks Doug gave him a skateboard as a get-well present. / Doug inherits Mr. Dink's job as the Honker Burger mascot, but must keep it a secret.
- Doug and the Yard of Doom / Doug's Garage Band: Doug and Skeeter must retrieve Patty's fancy frisbee from a yard guarded by a vicious dog. / Doug and Skeeter create a rock band, but need help from other kids, who want to be in the band too.
- Doug's Great Beet War / Doug's Magic Act: Doug must infiltrate Judy's school to retrieve a stolen parade float. / Doug gets stuck to Patti with trick handcuffs.
- Doug's Math Problem / Doug's Big Feat: Doug gets a letter from school after failing a math test, and fears the worst. / After a fluke, Doug is made kicker for the football team.
- Doug's Bum Rap / Doug and Patti Sittin' in a Tree: Doug once again worries about failing a test he took. The good news is that he passed. The bad news is that he's suspected of cheating since Chalky Studebaker has the same answers and grade. / Patti invites Doug to the movies, and Doug questions if it's a date or not while everyone else makes a big deal out of it.
- Doug Door to Door / Doug Tips the Scale: Doug has to sell an unpopular chocolate bar for Bluff Scouts. / Doug needs to lose weight before Bebe's pool party.
- Doug's Halloween Adventure: Doug must face his fears when he, Skeeter, and Roger go to a new Funkytown ride called Bloodstone Manor.
- Doug en Vogue / Doug's Mail Order Mania: Everyone accuses Doug of copying a teenage TV star's wardrobe. / Doug enters a mail-in contest that requires more money on each entry.
- Doug's Birthday Present / Doug's Fan Club: Doug's dad becomes a workaholic when he starts a photo studio days before Doug's birthday. / Doug earns the admiration of a boy named Todd, but Todd becomes obsessed with Doug and won't leave him alone.
- Doug Runs / Doug Clobbers Patti: Doug runs for Class Treasurer while Mrs. Dink runs for mayor. / Doug gets a winning streak against Patti, but he sees it's clearly bothering her.
- Doug's Treasure Hunt / Doug's Brainy Buddy: Doug and Skeeter want to excavate on Bluff property for a history project, thinking they found a dinosaur. / Skeeter is found to be highly intelligent, and may be on his way to college.
- Doug Ripped Off / Doug's Babysitter: Doug's bike is stolen. / Doug and Judy deal with an oppressive babysitter while their parents are out on a week-long cruise.
- Doug's Christmas Story: Porkchop is accused of being vicious by biting Bebe at Lucky Duck Lake, and, if Doug doesn't prove that his dog is a hero, then Porkchop will be put down.
- Doug's in the Money / Doug's Sister Act: Doug finds $14,447 in an envelope, and turns it in to the police, making everyone think he's a weirdo. / Judy's boyfriend is coming over for dinner, but Judy is ashamed of her bourgeois family.
- Doug Throws a Party / Doug Way Out West: Doug's lame party escalates into Truth Or Dare. / Doug gets cocky about horse riding, and tries to ride a wild stallion named Sugar.
- Doug Graduates / Doug's Bad Trip: Doug doesn't want to graduate without seeing what Principal Buttsavich looks like. / The Funnie family go out on a road trip, but Doug keeps wanting to see out-of-the-way tourist traps.