In the "Dog Who Cried Woof," there is a scene in which Clifford and T-Bone overhear Emily's phone conversation with Mrs. Diller and Clifford eats his food until his bowl is empty. When T-Bone and Clifford run off to find her, the bowl is full again.
Cleo: Ah man, P.U. That is definitely not a ghost skunk. That is the real thing.
Cleo: I don't blame them for not coming. I'm a big stinker. If I ever get out of these woods, I'll never play tricks again.
Cleo: Oooh, help! Whiffy's whiffing me with his stinky stink. Save me!
Clifford: She is trying to trick us T-Bone. And after she promised to stop!
Clifford: You tricked us again?
T-Bone: We were really worried about you, Cleo. That wasn't nice.
Clifford: Swimming's a lot more fun than playing tricks any day.
Cleo: Let's play tag. Not it!
T-Bone: Not it!
Clifford: Okay, I'm it! You'd better run.
Charley: It's fun to hear stories, especially when you know they're not true.
Mr. Kibble: (patting T-Bone on the head) You did the right thing. Good boy.
Mr. Kibble: I'm sorry, Harriet. I know you really wanted that toy. But I just can't find it. I guess I lost it.
T-Bone: That was my favorite toy. And I felt awful when I didn't have it anymore.
T-Bone: Who are you?
T-Bone's Conscience: I'm you, in your dream.
T-Bone: You're me? How could you be me when I'm me?
Sheriff Lewis: You're the best dog in the world. Enjoy, buddy.
Cleo: You know, this toy looks a lot like the ones Mr. Kibble sells in his shop.
Cleo: Where'd you get the great toy?
T-Bone: I, uh, found it on the street.
Clifford: Heh heh, she'll never find me here.
Cleo: Sticky goo, I see you.
Clifford: Gosh, Cleo, that's the fifth time you've found me so fast.
"The Dog Who Cried Woof" is also available as a book by the same name.
"The Dog Who Cried Woof" is a wordplay on the title of the fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," in which a boy cried that there was a wolf to scare the villagers when there wasn't one and then later they wouldn't come when there actually was a wolf.
"Doing the Right Thing / The Dog Who Cried Woof" appears in online listings as "The Dog Who Cried Woof / Doing the Right Thing." However, on the episode that airs on television, "Doing the Right Thing" airs before "The Dog Who Cried Woof." Additionally, "The Dog Who Cried Woof" is titled "Dog Who Cried Woof" in some online listings.
Neither Mac, nor Jetta appear in these episodes and neither of their voice actors are credited.
Barry Hawkins is credited as Baz Hawkins.
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