2 Stupid Dogs

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2 Stupid Dogs

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Two Stupid Dogs follows the lives of two dogs, the overly excited Little Dog(the dachshund) and easy-paced Big Dog(Brad Garrett from "Til Death" and "Everybody Loves Raymond")-the sheepdog. These crazy canines don't know how to fit in the world, and they definitely don't have any know-how. They often find themselves in commonplace situations (going to the drive-in, walking through the mall, working on the farm), some not so common situations (stuck on a space shuttle, a contestant on a game show, getting mistaken for the prime minister), and even in some familiar situations (Little Red Riding Hood, Noah's Ark, and Hansel and Gretel). But no matter the situation, their stupidity usually leads them to calamitous results. The show also featured various returning characters. Hollywood was a big burly man who is always saying "Well isn't that cute, but it's wrong!". Red as the little girl from the Red Riding Hood story on her way to granny's house. Cubby is the nerdy guy who is very passionate about what ever occupation he works at. And finally Kenny, the neurotic school child who's afraid of everything and is always nervous. Each episode included two 10 minute episodes of 2 Stupid Dogs and one episode of Secret Squirrel shown between the two. 2 Stupid Dogs first aired in September of 1993 and last aired in January of 1995. 2 STUPID DOGS and all related characters and elements are trademarks of Hanna-Barbera. 2 STUPID DOGS is now airing Monday-Friday at 7:30am and a repeat airing at 5:50pm on BOOMERANG (Channel 297 - DirecTV). There are also airings on Saturday and Sunday at 5:30pm that are different from the episodes aired during the week. Start times on Saturdays sometimes vary by 5 to 10 minutes.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • A meh show to put it lightly

    6.0
    I don't think is a bad show, but I admit other than a few things about it, it wasn't that good. The 2 stupid dogs were... ok. Most of the side characters were either forgettable or cliched. And top it off, the Secret Squirrel episodes were pretty underwhelming to put it lightly.



    Now, don't get me wrong. I did love some aspects about it. For example, Mr. H, or Hollywood to be more accurate was freakin hilarious. Seriously, how could you not love this guy? He was just so over the top with his, "BUT IT'S WRONG!" yells, and I loved pretty much every bit of em. What made him even more entertaining is his behavior never went too far. Usually, when he yelled at someone, it was justified.



    That and he never got away with anything either, which was a nice counter balancer for a guy who constantly told people they were wrong at the top of his lungs.



    I also liked the Secret Squirrel character Penny. Maybe I'm a sucker for a pretty and cute female, but I just really liked her. She seemed gentle, yet completely able to take care of herself. She was smart, yet never obnoxious about it.



    Honestly, I would have rather the show had Penny be Secret Squirrel' partner rather than Morocco. That guy was just annoying.



    So yea, to sum it up, this show is really a 5 out of 10, but because Mr. Hollywood and Penny left a nice impression on me, I thought it was due a little more.



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  • Funny

    8.0
    2 Stupid Dogs feels like a classic when you watch it. The show actually manages to be hilarious without even trying. If you really like those shows that are two decades old, I say this is one you can view. The only reason I did`nt give the show a 10 was because I felt detatched about it during some scenes.
  • Childhood Memories

    10
    It has been too long now to recollect the stories from this show, but i can remember watching this show "2 Stupid Dogs" in the early 90s as a child. I can only but vaguely remember small bits of an episode where the two dogs visit a factory (presumably for food).
  • Stupid indeed in a fantastic way!

    10
    Yeah, this show gave me laughs, even my mother, my friends. Follows about 2 dogs who are very stupid that they think about ridiculous things. Their stupidity is funny that it made me crack!



    Plot: 2 dogs, a big one, and a small one. Little Dog and Big Dog. They have alot of stupidities that causes them to think about ridiculous things, example, they knew they can enter the automatic door by using rolling cans. A lot of misadventures.



    Characters: It's how Hanna-Barbera does it, their characters are always quirky! Their voice fits em' well.



    Humor: It's humor is aimed at their stupidity, and the way they project it, is fantastic! It also had one episode that it featured an sexual innuendo.



    Art: Classical Hanna-Barbera style. Excellent.



    Overall: 9. It's nice how they depicted the funny mistakes of dogs.moreless
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Animation, Comedy, Kids

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90s, Grade Schoolers, Pre-Teens