Courage the Cowardly Dog

Season 4 Episode 6

Muriel Blows Up / Profiles in Courage

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Oct 11, 2002 on Cartoon Network
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Muriel Blows Up: After a missile explodes over the farmhouse, Muriel finds a giant carrot growing in her garden. After eating it, Muriel begins to expand. On TV, the General warns Nowhere about the missile and says only he can disarm it. Using a computer camera, Courage sees a carrot robot. Courage goes in and eats it, then gets burped out. As courage begins to expand, he goes to General, who goes inside Courage and disarms the carrot. Courage burps them up, only to have Eustace eat it. Because the carrot was not properly disabled, Eustace explodes.

Profiles in Courage: At the fair, Muriel and Eustace get full size silhouettes of themselves. On the ride home, Courage notices that they are beginning to move. That night, the profiles take Muriel And Eustace's life to be human. After Courage shows them that being paper is more fun, they give it back. Their creator comes and realizes the silhouettes are happier being paper, and he thanks him.moreless

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