When Doug goes camping with the Bluffscouts, Roger chooses him as his partner and makes him do all the work. Doug and Skeeter win tickets to see their (more…)
At the Big Bass-Off fishing contest, Doug teams up with Mr. Dink to catch Chester, the fish who stole Dink's wallet 30 years earlier. When Doug and Sk (more…)
Doug asks Patti to go to the Tri-county Fair with a group of friends. Although he feels awkward and nervous, they have a great time. Skeeter panics wh (more…)
Doug saves up for weeks to buy Patti a beetball for her birthday--only to blow all his money on a video game.
Roger invites everyone to his house (more…)
Doug was looking forward to Beebe's party, until something shows up that makes it impossible for him to go out in public.
Phil Funnie convinces Dou (more…)
Doug wants to raise enough money to buy a new skateboard and sets up a lawnmowing enterprise to do so.
Everyone is talking about the final scene in (more…)
Judy catches Doug breaking a keepsake of their mother's.
Doug demolishes an entire house in a rock-throwing contest with Roger.
Doug and Skeeter decide to work together to create their own comic book.
Roger and his pet Stinky challenge Doug and Porkchop to enter the Bluffing (more…)
Doug is having his first house party, and he is very nervous about it--especially when he sees how his parents decorated the place. / When Skeeter exa (more…)
Doug Funnie is your average 11-½ year old. But his move to a new town means a whole new life! Good thing he's got his journal and his imagination to h (more…)
Doug is mortified when his sister Judy plans to perform at a school assembly and he has to introduce her. Roger steals Vice-Principal Lamarr Bone's yo (more…)
The Bluffscout canoe trip runs into trouble when Scoutmaster Dink heads off to fix his broken computer, leaving Roger in charge.
Just when Doug has (more…)
All the kids are building soapbox racers for the Mt. St. Buster Downhill Speed Race, and the competition has everyone at each other's throats. It take (more…)
Doug wishes he were more fashionable until his friends at school accuse him of dressing like the latest teen heartthrob. / Lured by the thought of fam (more…)
Doug and his friends are graduating from the Bluffington School, and Doug feels a bit melancholy. / The Funnies are driving across country to visit th (more…)
On a field trip to Bluffington town hall, Doug steps in for the mayor and inadvertently saves the town from a major meltdown at the ice cream factory. (more…)
Doug and Patti run into trouble when they team up for a school cooking contest. Doug seeks everyone's advice before his first babysitting assignment - (more…)
Doug is geting notes from a secret admirer. His first guess is Patti but then finds out it's Beebe! He decides to let her down easy, only to find out (more…)
Roger tricks Doug into breaking a school rule and Lamarr Bone sentences the class to Saturday Detention. Doug turns to Quailman for advice and in the (more…)
Live Action Adventure Comedy. Set in a live-action world in which Warner Bros.' beloved assortment of irreverent animated entertainers interact with h (more…)
Doug is paired with the weird twins Al and Moo Sleech for the class project of "Get to Know your Fellow Student."
Judy is getting her license, and (more…)
Assistant Principle Bone shuts down the school newspaper becaus of Doug's unflattering cartoon of the school's least favorite lunch food, magic meat. (more…)
When Doug is impressed by Mr. Bluff's gifts to Beebe, Phil feels pressured to make more money and decides to start his own company. / Doug inspires a (more…)
Roger prepares his spitballs, "kick me" signs and bully attitude for the new kid in school. But when the new kid turns out to be twice the size of Rog (more…)
- Birth Name: William Richard West
- Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, United States
- Profession: Actor