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  • The Addams Family:
    • In "Uncle Fester's Illness", Uncle Fester gets a mysterious ailment and Wednesday suspects Thing to be sick too. Fester is cured by eating a thermometer and Thing wasn't sick, just sad.
    • Subverted in "Cat Addams". Kitty Cat was thought to be sick as he didn't eat, but he was actually just not hungry.
  • In the Adventures in Wonderland episode "For Better or Verse", a disease called "rhyme-itis", whose only symptom is speaking in rhyme, spreads.
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  • "Soul Purpose" has Angel lying in bed the whole time hallucinating after being attacked by a parasitic demon, as David Boreanaz was recovering from surgery at the time.
  • "A Picture of Health" from Barney & Friends has Hannah's allergies and Scooter Mcnutty's cold leading the group to a discussion of health and ways to keep healthy. Barney shows the kids how healthy foods, exercise, and even laughter can improve and maintain your health.
  • Benson had an early episode where the title character is the only staff member who isn't sick... except thaty the Army has called to tell him he might have been exposed to a biological weapon during his service. In the end, it turns out he wasn't exposed to the weapon, but he did contract the cold that the others caught.
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  • Episode "The Pancake Batter Anomaly" of The Big Bang Theory deals with the guys avoiding by all means a sick Sheldon as he's more unbearable than usual. Penny (to her own dismay) ends taking care of him.
  • In The Big Comfy Couch, the episode "Gesundheit" has Loonette infected with a bad case of a monster sneeze called "nosus kaboomis". It soon turns out that she isn't sick, though: it's just a dust allergy, and the sneezing stops after she vacuums.
  • Brennan gets sick and tries to work from home during it in Bones despite Booth urging her to rest. Angela sends over a reiki healer, and Brennan refuses to believe it played a part in her feeling better.
  • The Brady Bunch:
    • Subverted in "Kachoo": At first, Carol and Alice think Jan's sneezing means she has a cold and put her to bed, but it turns out to be a Plot Allergy.
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    • "The Voice of Christmas": Carol develops laryngitis just before she's supposed to sing at church on Christmas Day.
    • "Is There a Doctor in the House?": All six kids come down with the measles and the parents need to decide which doctor to use, the girls' female doctor or the boys' male one.
    • "Coming-Out Party": Both Carol and Cindy come down with tonsillitis just as the family is about to go on a boat trip.
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine: "Nine Days." Peralta tries to distract Holt from the absence of his husband by getting him involved in a cold case... which results in them contracting mumps. Peralta decides to spend the nine days in quarantine with Holt so that a, he won't be alone, and b, they can still work the case. Between the fever and the eventual claustrophobia, the investigation gets interesting.
  • The Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 2 episode "Killed By Death". Buffy passes out while fighting due to a flu, and she goes to the hospital, where she fights a monster that preys on sick children.
  • The Charmed season 2 episode "Awakened". Piper comes down with a serious disease and her health slowly deteriorates throughout the episode.
  • El Chavo del ocho has an episode of Quico getting the flu, and he's forced to take a bunch of awful-tasting medicines. He tries to get Chavo and Chilindrina to throw them away so his mom believes he took them, and Hilarity Ensues.
  • Clarissa Explains It All:
    • In "Sick Days," Clarissa catches a cold and is forced to miss her school's Ancient Greece Day (though she attempts an unsuccessful Zany Scheme to go anyway). In the end she gets well, but her parents, Ferguson, and the teacher in charge of Ancient Greece Day all get sick.
    • In "The Flu," Janet and Marshall both get sick, forcing Clarissa and Ferguson to take care of them and the house. This episode also has the classic HereWeGoAgain/CaretakerReversal ending, as Clarissa and Ferguson catch the flu just as their parents get well.
    • The B-plot of "Janet and Clarissa, Inc." revolves around Ferguson and Marshall both needing their tonsils removed.
  • The 8th season CSI episode "Grissom's Divine Comedy" has Grissom come down with the flu. His rest is interrupted by a case on which the grand jury indictment of a gang leader hinges. Oh, and the flu is getting around to the others on the team too.
  • Dead Gorgeous: The plot of "Grendel's Cold" involves most of the school becoming infected by Grendel's ghostly cold.
  • Occurs in a season one episode of Death in Paradise, wherein Richard comes down with a serious fever and spends most of the episode in bed, on and off delirious. But with Dwayne and Fidel sending him updates, he still manages to solve the case.
  • Doctor Who: Regeneration is a violent process, so the first episode for many Doctors was nine parts disorientation and horizontality.
    • The Tenth Doctor spends most of "The Christmas Invasion" unconscious in bed at Rose's house while he recovers from the recent physical trauma of his regeneration, occasionally gasping up wisps of yellow energy. Which apparently inconveniently attracted an alien invasion. It's interesting to note that this is Tennant's debut episode and he spent most of it unconscious. Ten's the most dramatic case, but he's not the only one...
    • Three falls out of the TARDIS and into a coma. While still in hospital he's kidnapped and escapes, only to be shot in time for the cliffhanger.
    • Five nearly didn't regenerate at all, and spends most of his first three episodes talking in non-sequiturs and falling over on people.
    • Six is physically fine, and mentally homicidal (which rather biased fans against his character, though he's back to himself by the end).
    • Eight has amnesia. This, however, will prove to be congenital.
    • And Twelve, who really shouldn't be alive, keels over on arrival and spends the first third of his episode in bed.
  • Episode 8 of Downton Abbey Season 2 deals with the 1918-1919 flu pandemic; several characters get sick: Lavinia, Cora, and Mr. Carson. Mr. Carson has a mild case, Cora is desperately ill but pulls through, and Lavinia seems okay until she suddenly goes into respiratory distress and dies in what seems to double as a Death by Despair after having found out that Mary and Matthew are in love with each other.
  • The Frasier episode "Frasier Crane's Day Off", in which Frasier overdoses on flu medication and becomes convinced Niles (who agreed to stand in for him despite disapproving of radio psychology) is plotting to steal his show. It's one of the funniest moments of the series.
  • Friends: "The One With Rachel's Sister". The episode's b-plot revolves around Monica being sick and, being the control freak that she is, refusing to acknowledge it.
  • The Golden Girls:
    • There was one episode where Dorothy had what was eventually diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome. This wasn't done for laughs so much as it was to spread awareness about what was then a very misunderstood condition, but it counts because by the end of the episode she was medicated and feeling better, and the issue was never raised in the series again.
    • There's also "The Flu", where they all get sick and spend most of the episode arguing.
  • The Good Guys: Episode 3! Possibly the show with the earliest episode for this to occur. Dan Stark starts the episode with a potent flu, and by the end of the episode, not only his partner, but practically the entire force, as well as the bad guy. Bonus points for handcuffing himself to the bad guy before passing out while he was being strangled.
  • Grey's Anatomy had Meredith in bed for a few weeks to recover from surgery, as her alcoholic father needed a liver transplant and she was his donor. In reality, it was because her actress' pregnancy.
  • Hannah Montana: Lilly has the flu at the beginning of "We're All in This Date Together," which spreads to Oliver. Miley tries to get them to infect Rico after Rico wins a Bachelor Auction to go out with Hannah Montana (who is, of course, Miley), ruining Miley's chance to focus her attention on the more attractive auction winner, Johnny Collins. Rico gets sick, but goes on the date anyway, and Hannah's attempts to get him to go home just ruin her chance with Johnny. When Miley talks to Johnny as herself later in the episode, it's revealed she caught the flu and she throws up.
  • Happy Days.
    • In one episode, Howard gets his tonsils removed.
    • Another episode "Kiss Me Sickly" has Richie worry that he has caught mono off his girlfriend. He hasn't.
    • In "The Cunningham Caper", Richie has actually recovered from his flu, but Marion was acting as though he was still sick.
    • At the end of one episode, Howard says he "feels a cold coming on".
  • In one Christmas episode of How I Met Your Mother, Barney gets sick affecting his usual pick-up routine by sneezing at a girl. He tries to deny it saying that "Whenever I start feeling sick, I stop being sick and be awesome instead. True story." until Robin forces him to stay in Ted's apartment for while where she would take care of him. Then he complains about how miserable he is because he's wearing sweatpants instead of his suit. So, Robin decides to spike his tea just to put him into sleep.
  • In an episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Frank starts quarantining members of the gang in the bar's bathroom when he suspects that they're getting the flu. The longer they stay stuck in the bathroom, the sicker they get. In the end, it's discovered that none of them have the flu. Their symptoms were caused by alcohol withdrawal. They're all apparently raging alcoholics.
  • In the Key West episode "The Great Unknown", the entire town of Key West (with the significant exceptions of Savannah, JoJo, and Sheriff Cody) succumb to a flu epidemic. At first, it seems Seamus O'Neill is likewise immune, but in the end he gets so sick he almost dies. He doesn't die, but when his fever finally breaks he brings back a message for Gumbo from his late wife, Fifi.
  • Laverne & Shirley:
    • Shirley gets appendicitis in "Shirley's Operation".
    • Laverne gets a cold which fluctuates in severity in "Bowling for Razzberries".
  • Al and Kelly of Married... with Children fake being sick to get out of visiting Peggy's family. Naturally, Kelly gets sick anyway, and Al has to babysit her back to health. Which he does - just in time to get sick himself.
  • M*A*S*H:
    • An episode has the 4077th staff succumbing to the flu one by one, leaving Hawkeye to run the O.R. practically by himself.
    • A later Thanksgiving Episode has most of the characters falling ill from food poisoning after consuming bad turkey.
  • Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: Kimberly (Amy Jo Johnson) is sick with a cold during season 3's tripart opener, "A Friend In Need". She has to stay behind resting while the other Rangers travel to Edenoi. However, Zedd and Rita send down a monster, forcing Kimberly to fight in spite of her illness. It's a tough fight, but the monster catches her cold and has to return to the moon so that Finster can cure it.
  • Monk: "Mr. Monk Stays in Bed". And still has to solve the murder of the week and has a musical Get Well card that just won't stop.
  • In an episode of My Name Is Earl, Earl obtains a hot tub for Joy, because he accidentally ruined her chance to get one as a reward for trade-show modeling note . He gets the hot tub from the side of the road, with a homeless man living underneath it. Meanwhile, Joy has an ingrown toenail ... and the homeless man was infected with a flesh-eating strain of Staphylococcus aureus. Predictably, Joy winds up with a godawful toe disease ... and Darnell becomes Terrified of Germs.
  • My Wife and Kids: In "Outbreak Monkey," Michael gets tickets to see a basketball game with LeBron James, but his entire family gets sick with the flu. Michael tries all sorts of ways to avoid catching the flu, but catches it near the end when he takes his daughter to the doctor's office. He goes to the basketball game anyway, but shakes LeBron's hand, causing LeBron to sit the game out due to catching the flu and the entire audience to boo Michael.
  • Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide had the episode "Sick Days" where a flu outbreak spreads around the school. Cookie is horribly sick but refuses to go home and ruin his perfect attendance record, Moze tries to get sick so she can go home before she has to give a speech in class, and Ned tries to avoid getting sick so he doesn't miss a meet-and-greet with stunt biker Matt Hoffman.
  • Odd Squad is fond of this type of episode, with many having Find the Cure!-style plots.
    • In "Skip Day", Olive contracts the Skips from the town baker, which makes one skip both in gait and in following steps. While she is unaware that she has the disease and goes to complete things on her to-do list, Otto is fully aware of her illness and must use his own copy of the to-do list to track her down and bring her back to Odd Squad. He eventually does save her from falling to her death after she jumps out of a plane without a parachute, using a Jet Pack to catch her in mid-fall.
    • "The Odd Antidote" has Ms. O get sprayed by Mr. Greenjeans, her plant, which causes her to turn into a Mix-and-Match Critter with bug antennae, a large ear, wings, a lion's tail, and bushy red eyebrows. Olive and Otto are forced to gather the ingredients for Dr. O to make a cure while simultaneously keeping their boss's symptoms a secret from her, as the effects of the illness can speed up if the affected person grows panicked.
    • In "Odd Outbreak", an epidemic of agents making odd noises spreads across Precinct 13579, and Dr. O works with Odell, another Odd Squad Doctor, to track down the source of the problem. Said source turns out to be Oscar giving everyone who returns a gadget to him a Noisemaker chocolate, made by a villain named the Noisemaker.
    • The Season 2 episode "A Case of the Sillies" has Dr. O becoming sick with the eponymous disease, which causes her to become more nonsensically silly over time. While Olympia and Otis work together to keep her under control, Oona and Ocean work together to make a cure for her before she permanently loses the ability to stay rationally sane.
    • In the OddTube episode "Otis Fills In", Olympia falls ill to polka-dot-itis and can't host the show, so Otis does so for her.
    • Season 3 has "Into the Odd Woods", where Omar becomes sick with Clown-itosis, a disease similar to the aforementioned Sillies. However, Clown-itosis is contracted from hanging out with clowns, progresses much faster, and gives those infected with it an urge to run away and join the circus. While Orla attempts to keep her partner from leaving the van, Opal and Oswald venture into the titular Odd Woods to retrieve ingredients and mix up a cure.
  • The Parks and Recreation episode "Flu Season". April ends up in the hospital and uses being Ann's patient as an excuse to torment her. Chris becomes obsessed with not getting sick, but comes down with the flu anyway. Leslie keeps working and insisting that she is not sick, despite being obviously ill to the point of having fever hallucinations.
    • Subverted in "Flu Season 2" when another flu outbreak starts (Jerry and Andy are sick) and Leslie starts to feel sick as well, but takes a swerve when Leslie learns her symptoms are from pregnancy.
  • Perfect Strangers had an episode where Larry gets sick just before a date, so Balki mixes up a Myposian cold remedy. However, Larry takes too much, but the remedy completely cures him...after knocking him out for three days.
  • The Secret World of Alex Mack: In the Season 1 episode "Cold Day in Paradise Valley," Alex catches a cold and her powers go haywire as a result.
  • Schitt's Creek has an episode where Alexis catches a cold and the un-maternal Moira tries her hand at hands-on parenting with mixed, but endearing results.
  • In the Shining Time Station episode "Achoo", Mr. Conductor catches a cold, but still wants to go to the South Pole and visit his penguin friends. Because he's sick, his magic causes glasses of water to change people's voices, and a balloon to talk and fall in love with Schemer.
  • Sleepy Hollow had an episode in which a small boy traveling forward in time brought with him an ancient plague — which quickly infected Ichabod, who spent much of the episode in a quarantine bed or staggering weakly after Abbie in an effort to save the day.
  • Smallville has two of these:
  • In the Stargate SG-1 episode Nemesis, the character Daniel Jackson has his appendix removed and sits out the episode while the others save the Earth from the Replicators. The reason for this is the actor Michael Shanks had his appendix removed and the writers/producers thought "Why not throw it in, easiest explanation".
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:
    • In "Babel", everyone (except Odo and Quark, who are immune) get a virus that makes them talk gibberish.
    • In "Fascination", several characters get crushes on random people note  which turned out to be due to a disease Ambassador Troi had, which basically means emotions are contagious, and she was flirting with Odo the whole time.
    • "The Quickening" is about Bashir trying to cure a disease so-called because it is said to "quicken" before its victims die.
  • Star Trek: Enterprise.
    • Malcolm catches a cold in one episode, and Hoshi remarks that he's lucky that he can't smell the inside of a Klingon ship.
    • Hoshi and Trip get sick with a nasty silicon-based virus in "Observer Effect".
    • Porthos the dog gets a nasty illness in "A Night in Sickbay".
    • T'Pol gets a virus that triggers an artificial Pon Farr in "Bounty".
    • During several episodes, T'Pol has a mind-meld-induced disease.
    • Phlox mentions there is a virus going around in one episode, though no characters catch it.
    • In "Extinction", Archer, Hoshi, and Malcolm get a virus which turns them into aliens.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation:
    • In "Angel One", Wesley, Picard, Geordi and Worf get a weird virus.
    • In "Genesis", the characters get a virus which causes them to de-evolve.
  • Star Trek: Voyager
    • The Doctor programs himself with flu symptoms because he wants to understand his patients who keep griping about their aches and pains. He's still the same Dr. Jerk he always was, until an apparent malfunction means his symptoms don't go away when they're programmed to, throwing him into a panic. Then Kes reveals she tweaked the program so it would last a bit longer than expected to teach the Doctor some proper empathy.
    • In "Imperfection", one of Seven of Nine's Borg parts is malfunctioning and it's treated as a disease by the Doctor.
    • In "Macrocosm", the whole crew (sans the Doctor and Janeway) get infected by giant viruses that sting people. Once stung, a person goes all queasy and sweaty, then they become dozy, then they go unconscious. Rather than this trope however, it's more an Excuse Plot so Captain Janeway can go Sigourney Weaver on the giant viruses to establish her Action Girl credentials.
    • The Vidiians were a recurring species that appeared in several episodes. They were Humanoid Aliens suffering from a terrible disease called the Phage.
  • One episode Top Gear features the presenters trying to carry on with the news as usual even though Jeremy Clarkson has lost his voice, James May has a nasty eye infection, and Richard Hammond... has a spot on his face.
  • Supernatural: Played for Laughs in A Hero's Journey when Sam comes down with a cold due to him and Dean losing their plot armor.
  • The Torkelsons:
    • "A Sigh Is Just a Sigh" of Season 1 has Dorothy Jane (normally the protagonist) in bed with the flu for the entire episode, so that Steven Floyd can have most of the episode dedicated to his storyline.
    • "Girls and Boy" of Season 2 has Brian sick on the couch and ordering Millicent around to take care of him, until she stands up to his misuse of her.
  • The episode "Over My Dead Body" of Tropical Heat. Nick spends most of the episode lying in hospital while Sylvie and Spider worry about him.
  • The appropriately titled episode "Sick", from The Young Ones. Given that the normal state of affairs was the four housemates being grotesquely unpleasant to each other, the additional unpleasantness caused by them all being ill really cranks things Up to Eleven.
    Vyvyan: You know, it's funny, but being ill makes me lose my usual tolerant and easy-going approach to communal living. (Chucks a Molotov cocktail)
  • Two episodes of Thumb Wrestling Federation focus on Sick Vick who won two matches
  • The episode "Tori Gets Stuck" of Victorious involves Robbie getting hospitalized because of a toy car he swallowed when he was younger shifting in his body and threatening to cut up his guts. The doctors need someone with O Negative blood type to donate a pint before they can operate. Tori volunteers to do this, but Jade sabotages this so that Tori has to donate more, and will too weak to perform in the school play.
  • In the Yo Gabba Gabba! episode "Doctor", Toodee gets sick and has to rest. Doctor Tony (played by the late Anthony Bourdain) visits and everyone helps Toodee feel better.

Puppet Shows

  • Allegra's Window:
    • In "Lots of Turkey Pox", Allegra comes down with a case of the Turkey Pox, and is upset that she has to miss the big craft project at daycare. Luckily, Lindi goes back and forth since dogs can't catch the disease, and tells her how to participate from home.
    • In "Stop Making Sense", Rondo is sick with a cold, so Allegra gets some things for him and tries to cheer him up.
  • The title character of Bear in the Big Blue House gets a cold in the episode, "Need a Little Help Today".
  • The Book of Pooh:
    • In "The Words are Out", Piglet gets a case of laryngitis.
    • In "Pooh's 24-Hour Bug", Pooh catches the 24-hour Sneezle Bug. This also makes it hard for Pooh to hear, and Pooh believes that all his stuffing will come out of his ears in 24 hours. His friends, Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit take this very seriously, and go on a mission to get the ingredients for a special tea in order to cure Pooh before the 24 hours are up.
  • Dinosaurs:
    • Baby gets sick in "Germ Warfare" when Earl gives him a dirty pacifier. A high-priced doctor charges a fortune for modern medicine, which only makes Baby sicker, so in desperation, the Sinclair family follow Ethyl's time-tested advice and take Baby to visit the traditional witch doctor in the forest who invents penicillin.
    • Fran gets sick on Charlene's birthday in "Getting to Know You", leaving Earl to throw Charlene a disastrous birthday party, which includes inviting his co-workers, playing poker, and giving Charlene presents that she doesn't really want.
  • Fraggle Rock
    • In "Pebble Pox Blues", Gobo comes down with the highly contagious Pebble Pox, leaving the germaphobic Boober to go out and look for a cure, but he starts to panic when Wembley, who came along with him, starts to get sick as well.
  • Lamb Chop's Play-Along has "Too Sick to Go to the Circus" (Lamb Chop has a cold, which inspires Charlie Horse and Hush Puppy to play sick too), "Lamb Chop's Cold" (Lamb Chop has a cold again, leading to a flashback to a cold she had as a baby), and "Chicken Pox" (first Lamb Chop and then Charlie Horse catch the chicken pox).
  • The Muppet Show:
    • In the episode with Roger Miller, there was an outbreak of "Cluck-Itis": a disease in which when somebody sneezes, they turn into a chicken.
    • In the episode with Nancy Walker, Kermit is home sick with the swine flu, so Fozzie has to fill in for him as the show's host. Hilarity Ensues.
    • In the episode with Dizzy Gillespie, Statler was an Absentee Actor because he was sick. (Kermit: "That's too bad. The flu?" Waldorf: "No, the show! He's sick of it!") But his sidekick Waldorf's wife Astoria used Statler's theater ticket to sit with her husband in the balcony.
  • Oobi: "Uma Sick" has Uma come down with a fever when Oobi and Kako want to play, they decide to entertain her with singing so that she can feel better, but it dosen't work, so the boys get Grampu for help, he tells them that Uma needs rest, so they sing her to sleep with a lullaby. When she wakes up, she is better and ready to play. This episode's title does not have an exclamation point at the end, given that it's about sickness, which isn't that fun.
  • Sesame Street:
    • In the direct video, Sesame Street Home Video visits The Hospital has Big Bird suffering from Pneumon-tweet-itis-carnaria (the pneumonia for big yellow birds).
    • In the season 27 episode, Big Bird suffers from Birdy-Pox (The Chicken pox for big yellow birds), except the spots are green, and it goes away at Midnight.
    • In the season 28 episode, Telly Monster suffers from Triangle-Sneeze-Itis (A Monster sickness that causes a monster to sneeze if they go near a triangle).
    • In the season 27 episode, Prairie Dawn has a flu on the day of her pageant. But then, Everybody decides that why not have Bob fill in for Prairie Dawn. And it was a pageant about being sick.
    • In the 2007 episode, There was an outbreak of "Mine-Itis": a disease in which a person thinks the world is for them and does not want to share. The symptoms starts with them getting wildly itchy, They then hop like a kangaroo uncontrollably, They do a twirl uncontrollably, Then they start taking it seriously and chants MINE! MINE! MINE!.......And it gets reported by Brian Williams.
    • In one episode Maria goes to a hospital with a stomach virus.
    • In another, Gabi gets sick with a mild case of the flu on her birthday.
    • In another episode, Gina gets a nasty bug that involves staying in bed, so Savion has to do her job.
    • Snuffy gets a disease that involves sneezing and a tummyache in an episode.
    • In "Oscar Tries to Make Somebody Angry", a background character has a cold, making him unable to hear.
    • In another episode, both Big Bird and Zoe are sick on their playdate.
    • In one classic Bert and Ernie sketch, Ernie has heard that someone in the neighborhood has a cold and tries to figure out who it is... while completely ignoring Bert's obvious symptoms right in front of him.
    • In the classic Monsterpiece Theatre sketch: The Sun also rises, The rooster could not crow because he has a laryngitis. The daughter (Ruby Monster) told The father/farmer (Grover) that even if the rooster is too sick to do the job, The sun still rises. At the end, Alistair Cookie gives a medicated cookie to the rooster (who is still coughing). And then Alistair Cookie remarks to the rooster to cover his beak.
    • In "Elmo Visits the Doctor", Elmo gets an earache. Many background characters also fall ill, including a goat with a fever, Bert and Baby Bear who have colds, and a girl who gets the flu in the featured song "You've Got to be Patient to Be a Patient".
    • In one episode, Abby gets Sparkle Speckle Fairy Freckles, a disease whose only symptom is that her freckles fall off.
    • In one episode, Oscar's niece Irvine gets the Grouch Flu, which flips her personality. Oscar then gets the same flu.
    • In one episode, Oscar gets a disease called "kind-itis" which makes him act kind and speak in rhyme.
    • In one episode, Cookie Monster gets the "cookie flu" which makes him sneeze whenever he thinks about cookies.
    • In Episode 2089 (part of Season 22), The Count catches the Counting Flu, wherein he becomes dizzy and faints every time he tries to count, and the only cure is for him to go a day without counting.
  • Under the Umbrella Tree has several Sick Episodes, including "Hanky Panky" (Gloria, Iggy and Jacob all have colds), "Gloria Iguana" (Iggy has a cold, so Gloria disguises herself as him for a special event), "The Circus" (Gloria has a cold and can't go to the circus), and "Speak Up!" (Holly has a sore throat and loses her voice).
  • In the The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss episode, "A Bird's Guide to Health", Little Cat Z gets sick, and Terrence McBird is afraid he'll catch his cold. It's up to the Cat in the Hat and the Little Cats to show him how to stay healthy.
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