CatDog

Season 2 Episode 16

Sumo Enchanted Evening / Hotel CatDog

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Aired Unknown Oct 09, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Sumo Enchanted Evening: CatDog eat a lot of food in Rancid Rabbit's new restaurant, and the bill turns out to be $34,000.00. CatDog end up gaining a lot of weight, so they challenge Rancid Rabbit to a sumo fight.

Hotel CatDog: Cat tries to make some money by turning their house into a hotel. It all goes wrong when completely different people are right next to each other, driving the guests mad, which drives CatDog crazy.moreless

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  • This is a great episode.

    8.9
    This is a very good episode because they do many things and stuff.

    This episode shows that CatDog wrestle against Rancid Rabbit in a Sumo wrestling match in a restaurant in Nearburg. They battle alot and anyway CatDog wins against Rancid Rabbit in the Sumo Match. Was a very good episode this one.



    Also in the other episode CatDog decide to open a hotel in their house and many people arrive to their house and they stay also many people arrive at the hotel then one of the visitors tells them to bring him a chocolate moose and they fail to bring him that and he wanted the animal. Then they start fighting and they close the hotel reservations.moreless
  • A good episode with a lot of weird things going on.

    7.5
    The episode starts with Catdog excersising. They go into an all you can eat buffet run by Rancid, and start to gorge themselves on food. They eat more and more, until they are 10 times their normal size. Their bill comes to 34,000 dollars, which they can't pay. They start to work it off, when Cat realizes that with their newfound bulk, they can squash Rancid. They confront Rancid, and he takes off a girdle he had on, revealing he is much fatter than Catdog. But Catdog runs at him anyway, only to bounce off of his enormous bulk. They realize Rancid will squash them, so Cat starts gorging himself again. Right when Rancid body slams them, Catdog bulges again, to the size of a small truck. They use their massive belly to shove Rancid, and leave the restaurant after getting their girth stuck in the door.



    A very funny episode. Catdog looks really funny when they are a sumo, but rancid looks gross. An interesting idea for an episode, not many shoes have sumo epsiodes.moreless
Andrea Libman

Andrea Libman

 

Guest Star

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

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Rancid: (typing on his calculator; to Catdog) Oh, bad news, boys. Now you owe me for the meal and for the damage to my restaurant. According to my calculations, you'll be working here for...ever!

    • Dunglap: Catdog, you gotta help me! I came in here three weeks ago for a glass of orange juice. It cost me $6,000!
      Rancid: Back to work, you weasel! I mean that as an insult, even though your, you know, actually a weasel.

    • Cat: Check please.
      Rancid: My pleasure. Let's see, that's two all-you-can-eat buffets...carry the seven...and uh, that'll be $34,000, please.
      Dog: Oh, uh, Catty, can you cover me this time?
      Cat: (chuckles nervously) You're joking, right?
      Rancid: Uh, no. If I were joking, you'd be laughing, fat boy.

    • Dog: Rancid's fat is fattier than our fat!

    • German Pig: I want moose now!
      Dog: One moosy coming up! (fetches a real moose) Your moose, sir.
      Cat: Dog! Not a real moose!
      German Pig: No, no. This is exactly what I want.

    • German Pig: Where's my chocolate mousse?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Episode title: "Sumo Enchanted Evening"

      The title of this episode is an allusion to the song: "Some Enchanted Evening" This song was the show tune for the 1949 musical film by Rodgers and Hammerstein: South Pacific

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