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.