Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers

Season 1 Episode 5

Flash the Wonder Dog

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Aired Unknown Mar 19, 1989 on Disney Channel
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Flash the Wonder Dog
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To bring down beloved television star Flash the Wonder Dog, Fat Cat and his henchmen dress up in his costume and perform random acts of badness. Soon, the town is buzzing with bad vibes for Flash and the studio is replacing the canine with his cockatoo sidekick. Meanwhile, Dale gets a sobering meeting with his TV hero.moreless

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  • One of my personal favorites!

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    This was one of the first Rescue Rangers episodes I watched when I was a very young lad! This episode made me learn almost everything about the Rescue Rangers and introduced me one of the best villians in this show; Fat Cat and his dim witted henchmen. Dale is my favorite Rescue Ranger, and even better, this episode focuses on him. Overall, the plot of Fat Cat trying to get rid of and tarnish Flash the Wonderdog's reputation (since he hates dogs and is upset that his TV show does not feature cats as superheroes!) is interesting, fun, and amusing (of course not as amusing to me now compared to when I was a kid). Animation is very well done (something that you do not see anymore in today's cartoons) like most of the Season 1 CDRR episodes (animation gets a little more sloppy in Season 2 episodes although not by a wide margin). And I feel for Dale that his favorite TV star, Flash, is not what he appears to be.moreless
Jim Cummings

Jim Cummings

Monterey Jack, Professor Norton Nimbul, Fat Cat, Sergeant Spinelli, Wart, Stan, Blather/ Conrad, Mr. Whizzer

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Peter Cullen

Peter Cullen

Officer Kirby/ Officer Muldoon/ Mepps/ Yound Ned/ Director/ TV chef

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Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Dale, Zipper, Mole, Snout/ 'Arvey/ Crook, Actor, Painter

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