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# [[Recap/TheCriticS1E1Pilot "Pilot"]]: After getting in a relationship with actress Valerie Fox, Jay must decide whether or not to give her a good review from her latest movie.

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# [[Recap/TheCriticS1E1Pilot "Pilot"]]: "[[Recap/TheCriticS1E1Pilot Pilot]]": After getting in a relationship with actress Valerie Fox, Jay must decide whether or not to give her a good review from her latest movie.


# "Pilot": After getting in a relationship with actress Valerie Fox, Jay must decide whether or not to give her a good review from her latest movie.

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# "Pilot": [[Recap/TheCriticS1E1Pilot "Pilot"]]: After getting in a relationship with actress Valerie Fox, Jay must decide whether or not to give her a good review from her latest movie.


This is the list of episodes for the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', which aired on Creator/[[ABC}} from January 26, 1994 to July 20, 1994. After which it then moved to Creator/{{Fox}}, where it aired from March 5, 1995 to May 21, 1995. After which, it had a brief revival as {{Webisode}}s on Atom Films/Shockwave, which aired from December 2000 to September 2001.

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This is the list of episodes for the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', which aired on Creator/[[ABC}} Creator/{{ABC}} from January 26, 1994 to July 20, 1994. After which it then moved to Creator/{{Fox}}, where it aired from March 5, 1995 to May 21, 1995. After which, it had a brief revival as {{Webisode}}s on Atom Films/Shockwave, which aired from December 2000 to September 2001.

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This is the list of episodes for the animated series ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', which aired on Creator/[[ABC}} from January 26, 1994 to July 20, 1994. After which it then moved to Creator/{{Fox}}, where it aired from March 5, 1995 to May 21, 1995. After which, it had a brief revival as {{Webisode}}s on Atom Films/Shockwave, which aired from December 2000 to September 2001.

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[[folder:Season One (1994)]]
# "Pilot": After getting in a relationship with actress Valerie Fox, Jay must decide whether or not to give her a good review from her latest movie.
# "Miserable": Jay has a relationship with a film projectionist, whom happens to be [[{{Yandere}} an obsessive fan of his.]]
# "Marty's First Date": While at career day with Jay, Marty falls for a Cuban girl named Carmen.
# "Dial 'M' For Mother": To improve his image with TV audiences, Jay is featured in a TV special, but things fall apart when he yells at his mother.
# "A Little Deb Will Do Ya": Margo is forced into participating in a debutante ball. Jay gets into a ratings war with Humphrey the Hippo.
# "Eyes on the Prize": After getting fired, Jay attempts to save his career by winning the Pulitzer Prize.
# "Marathon Mensch": After his masculinity is called into question when Doris rescues him from a burning building, Jay participates in the New York Marathon.
# "L.A. Jay": Jay moves to Los Angeles to write a movie.
# "Dr. Jay": Jay must find a cure for Duke after he's been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
# "A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera": After Marty bombs during field day at school, he takes up guitar.
# "Uneasy Rider": Jay quits ''Coming Attractions'' to be a truck driver.
# "A Pig Boy and His Dog": Eleanor writes a children's book featuring a pig who is based on Jay.
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[[folder:Season Two (1995)]]
# "Sherman, Woman and Child": While trying to save his job on ''Coming Attractions'', Jay meets Alice Thompkins and her daughter Penny.
# "Sherman of Arabia": At Marty's slumber party, Jay tells the story about his experiences in Iraq during UsefulNotes/TheGulfWar.
# "A Song for Margo": Margo starts dating rock star Johnny Wrath. Alice tries to find a new preschool for Penny.
# "From Chunk to Hunk": At weight-loss camp, Marty loses a tremendous amount of weight, which makes him one of the most popular kids in school. Meanwhile, Jay fears for his life when an action star threatens to kill him.
# "Lady Hawke": Jay dates Jeremy Hawke's sister Olivia, which causes some strain in his relationship with Alice, whom realizes she loves Jay.
# "Frankie and Ellie Get Lost": After Frank and Eleanor are presumed dead in a plane crash, Jay uses the inheritance money to make New York a better place.
# "Siskel & Ebert & Jay & Alice": Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert split up, and both attempt to rope Jay into being their partners.
# "All the Duke's Men": Duke runs for President of the United States.
# "Dukerella": Alice's sister, a Southern belle named Miranda moves to New York to find a rich man to marry, where she meets Duke at a costume ball.
# "I Can't Believe It's a Clip Show": A ClipShow where Jay hosts a 10th anniversary show for ''Coming Attractions'', where everyone gets held hostage by terrorists.
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[[folder:Season Three (2000-2001)]]
# "X-Men": Jay discusses the rise and fall in his career and introduces his new make-up woman, Jennifer.
# "Mission: Impossible 2, Gladiator, Gone in 60 Seconds": In a beach theme show, Jay reviews the best movies from 2000 and Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger stops by.
# "Pokemon 2000, The Patriot": Jay shows a nicer side so he can get a date with Jennifer while reviewing movies with [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]].
# "Perfect Storm, Star Wars, Titanic, The Sixth Sense": Jay takes Jennifer on a date where he talks about the movies he missed out on reviewing.
# "Out of Africa, Silence Of The Lambs, On the Waterfront": Jay gives his take on [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward the Oscars.]]
# "Sleepy Hollow, Pulp Fiction": Jay discuss Film/SleepyHollow and Film/PulpFiction with Jennifer at her apartment.
# "Cast Away, The Legend of Bagger Vance": Jay reviews the best movies of 2000.
# "Harry Potter, Planet of the Apes": Jay talks about upcoming films and goes on a nice romantic date with Jennifer.
# "Broadway": Jay gives his take on shows on Broadway.
# "Pearl Harbor": Waiting in line at a theater, Jay reviews ''Film/PearlHarbor'' and gets mistaken for ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}''.
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