Tom is denied entrance to heaven; Jerry's band interrupts Tom's sleep; Tom dreams about a dog; Tom's day at the beach is upset by Jerry; Tom and Jerry cross paths on a whaling ship; Tom and Jerry square off on a golf course.
Tom has a rival; Tom creates a mousetrap; a robot Tom chases a robot Jerry; Jerry helps Quacker escape from Tom and migrate south for the winter; a store owner hires Tom to rid his shop of mice; Tom falls for a foxy feline.
Jerry heads into space with a stowaway on his spacecraft: Tom; Spike the bulldog becomes Jerry's bodyguard; Jerry's memoir upsets Tom; a samurai canine protects Jerry from Tom; Jerry and Tuffy try to free Robin Hood, who's been captured; Tom is in line to inherit $1 million, but only if he doesn't harm any living creature—including mice.
Tom pursues Jerry in a WWII-era short that won an Oscar. Also: Tom razes his owner's home while chasing Jerry; a woodpecker mistakes Jerry for its mother; Spike's picnic with his son is upended by Tom and Jerry; Tom's beach plans are interrupted by Jerry; Tom uses Jerry as fish bait.
Tom's timid cousin fears Jerry; Jerry offers aid to an escaped lion; Tom offers to catch mice in a new home; Tom believes he's being haunted by Jerry's ghost; Spike becomes Jerry's protector; and Jerry sleepwalks.
A sheriff hires Tom to keep Jerry away from the town's cheese; the duo meet a local mouse during a trip to Italy; Jerry receives an invisibility potion; Tom tries to keep Tyke clean; Jerry rescues a duckling; and Tom's girlfriend looks after Jerry.
Tom and Butch fight over a lady cat; Jerry heads to the Big Apple; a St. Bernard comes to Tom's aid; Tom poses as a violinist to catch Jerry during an opera; Jerry helps a goldfish elude Tom; and Jerry dons a clown costume at the circus.
The duo brawl at a bowling alley; Jerry's nephew and Tom battle with fireworks; Tom tries to woo Toots with a new look; Jerry and friends make Tom doubt his sanity; Jerry and Nibbles turn the kitchen into an ice rink; and Tom looks back on his encounters with Jerry and Spike.
Tom and Jerry duel at a barbecue; the duo look after a baby; Butch poses as a baby; Tom and Spike compete to catch Jerry; Spike wants Tom to stay quiet; and a secret agent Jerry infiltrates Tom's mansion.
Tom tangles with a canary; Tom and a friend join forces to go after Jerry; the duo go to the movies; Tom reflects on past attempts to catch Jerry; Spike calls a truce with Tom and Jerry; and Jerry gains super speed after drinking a potion.
Tom falls for a Persian cat; Jerry calls on his tough cousin to help him with Tom; Tom orders a book to learn to catch mice; the duo dodge a shark while lost at sea; Jerry becomes invisible; and Jerry cozies up to Spike and Tyke.
Tom battles Jerry's nephew over milk; Tom goes after a bird for dinner; Jerry helps a mad scientist with an experiment; Tom has a run-in with a seal; Spike builds his dream house; and the duo find a duck on Easter.
Jerry's uncle uses magic against Tom; Jerry's uncle eyes Tom's whiskers for guitar strings; Tom takes on an angry mother hen; Tom wants Quacker for dinner; Tom teaches his son how to catch mice; and Tom comes up with new traps for Jerry.
Tom chases a canary who's teamed up with Jerry; Spike protects Jerry from Tom; Tom poses as a dog to enter a pound where Jerry's hiding; Jerry helps a duckling avoid Tom; Joan buys a white mouse; and Quacker is despondent because he thinks he's ugly.
Tom seeks a cash reward for turning in a bear; Jerry helps Quacker after his family swim away; Jerry visits Tom's penthouse; the duo protect a baby; the duo run wild in a department store; and Jerry teaches Tuffy how to evade cats.
Tom blames Spike for stealing food; the duo run through surreal locales; the duo disturb Spike's son's sleep; Jerry teams up with a baby elephant; Tom reluctantly pretends to be a baby; and Tom grapples with a bird.
Tom is jealous of a new kitten; the duo fight over a fishing trip; Tom and Meathead fight over Jerry; Jerry looks after two orphan mice; Jerry turns into a monster; and a mouseketeer recruit doesn't live up to expectations.
Tom tries to impress girls at the beach; the duo disturb each other's rest; Tom sends Jerry to the moon; Tom tries to get into a mouse-only club in Greece; Jerry seeks warmth in Tom's home; and Jerry's nephew runs afoul of Tom.
Tom guards a ship's cheese cargo; Tom protects a king's banquet from Jerry and a friend; opera singer Tom bothers Jerry with his singing; Tom and Jerry have a series of duels with one another; Tom and Jerry tangle while on an African safari; Johann Strauss II's cat jousts with a mouse.
Tom mistakes Jerry for a mouse that swallowed explosives; Tom borrows a witch's broomstick; Jerry befriends a goldfish that Tom hopes to use in a fish soup; Spike teaches a puppy how to chase cats; Tom hires an exterminator to catch Jerry; a cat that dislikes people escapes them by heading into space.
Jerry interrupts Tom's piano recital; Tom and Jerry square off on a golf course; in the distant future, Tom and Jerry battle via mechanical robots; Tom tries to stop Jerry from disturbing the king's slumber; Tom and Jerry cross paths on a whaling ship.
Tom believes he's being haunted by Jerry's ghost; Jerry comes between Tom and Tom's lady friend; Tom chases Jerry into a circus; Jerry helps a duckling that Tom wants for dinner; a store owner hires Tom to rid his shop of mice; Jerry helps Quacker escape from Tom and migrate south for the winter.
Spike the bulldog becomes Jerry's bodyguard; Jerry's memoir upsets Tom; Tom and Jerry raise a ruckus at the Metropolitan Opera House; Jerry intervenes when Tom tries to eat a goldfish; a samurai canine protects Jerry from Tom; Jerry and Tuffy try to free Robin Hood, who's been captured.