CatDog

Season 2 Episode 20

Remain Seated / CatDog Catcher

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Aired Unknown Nov 06, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Remain Seated:
Cat is bored and wants some fun, so CatDog go to the amusement park Mervis and Dunglap work at. Dog is eager to try the biggest and scariest roller coaster, which Cat is too scared to ride.
CatDog Catcher:
Rancid is talking a gold bath and the gold stops coming out, so he tries to make more money by making Dogs have licenses to not go to jail.moreless

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    Billy West

    Billy West

    Rancid Rabbit/Mr. Sunshine/Randolph/Mean Bob

    Recurring Role

    Jim Cummings

    Jim Cummings

    Cat/Additional Voices

    Recurring Role

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Dog/Cliff

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Lube: (referring to his helmet) Uh, my Mommy wants me to wear this.
        (Later; a bolt flies off the roller coaster and hits everybody in the head, including Lube who was wearing his helmet)
        Lube: Duh, thanks Mommy.

      • Rancid: (to Mervis after he captures him) You're under arrest for not having a "pig license". (Dunlap laughs, but Rancid captures him also) Your under arrest for not having a "weasel license".
        (Rancid then captures every animal in Nearburg for not having a license and drives up to Mr. Sunshine) And you... (captures Mr. Sunshine) You're under arrest for not having a... (fails to figure out what kind of animal Mr. Sunshine is) For not having a license!

      • (after the roller coaster crashed)
        Cliff: Hey, your own barf doesn't taste so bad the second time around.
        Shriek: That was worse than my senior prom!
        Lube: Duh, why are my pants wet?

      • Rancid: (after being thrown in the pound) Come on now, fella. What do you have to do to get out of here?
        Lube: Duh. Bark like a rabbit.

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