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11 year old Doug Funnie moves to Bluffington from Bloatsburg. "Doug" follows his adventures as he writes in his journal. He falls in love with Patti Mayonnaise and befriends Skeeter Valentine. They all are in grade 6 in the Bluffington School and Doug tries not to make himself look like a loser in front of everyone. Written by
The appearances of Doug an Pork Chop are based on animated characters in a commercial for the USA Network.
In the commercial, a guy who looks like Doug is completing a bank of TV's in the shape of the United States. He puts the last one on with a grunt of effort. Then his dog hits the remote, and "USA Network" appears on the monitors. The dog gets very excited and runs into the next screen, where he points out whatever the network's slogan was at the time. The dog is a lot smaller and differently proportioned than Pork Chop, but the similarities to Doug's appearance are undeniable. See more »
The character of Larry is red in some episodes and green in others. See more »
[said every time Mr. Dink shows Doug something he bought]
It was very expensive.
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During the end credits, Doug waves to viewers and gets tired, while Porkchop listens to a walkman. See more »
I turned 18 in August of 2003...and I still watch cartoons. When I was growing up in the late 80's, early to mid-90's, Nickelodeon was great. Doug was one of the main shows that triggered this greatness. I just loved this show when I was a kid and I'd love to see it again.
Nickelodeon canned this great show alongside Rocko, Salute Your Shorts, Pete & Pete, Hey Dude, Clarissa and the rest of the classics. Nick has been going downhill ever since.
Nick, you want your viewers back? Bring Back Doug!
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