Forced to give their hyperactive dog to a good family, the Oblongs later discover that the animal is enduring experiments in a laboratory.
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Narcoleptic Scottie is based of a short story from "Creepy Susie and 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children". However, in the show Scottie becomes narcoleptic from cosmetic testing, where as in the story, he becomes narcoleptic because his dreams were better than real life. See more
[after Mr Klimer picks up Scottie
Can I go with you?
For the production credits at the top of the episode, as well as during the closing credits, each crew member has a period at the end of their name. See more
Music by Raymond Scott See more