Doug

Season 1 Episode 12

Doug is Quailman / Doug Out in Left Field

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Aired Sunday 10:00 AM Oct 27, 1991 on Nickelodeon
8.7
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Doug is Quailman: Doug spends a day drawing his favorite cartoon super hero, Quailman, who saves students from the evil Dr. Klotzenstein, who is using his "brain drain" to suck intelligence out of kids at the Bluffington School.

Doug Out in Left Field: Patti is rejected from the school baseball team by Coach Spitz, only because she's a girl. She then organizes her own team with the other kids who have been rejected, and challenges Coach Spitz to a game.

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  • Good but not great

    7.5
    Trust me I prefer the Nick version of Doug similarly to many other people, but come on some of the episodes from the original Doug were not spectacular either. This episode was good but not outstanding. The Doug is Quail man episode is just an episode about how the whole Quail man concept came about. Since we know in the series, Doug constantly day dreams imagining what Quail man or Smash Adams would do in ordinary, simple scenarios. This episode was okay. I like the baseball episode a little better. Patty and the group create their own baseball club to go against the school team, since the coach did not approve of having girls try out for baseball. Patty and the group do well enough to create a second game against the coach and team Roger.moreless
Billy West

Billy West

Douglas Yancey Funnie (1991-94)/Roger Klotz (1991-94)

Greg Lee

Greg Lee

Mayor/Principal Bob White

Doris Belack

Doris Belack

Mrs. Wingo (1991-1994)/Tippi Dink (1991-1999)

Jeff Bergman

Jeff Bergman

Coach Spitz/Mr. Fort (1996-1999)

Constance Shulman

Constance Shulman

Patti Mayonnaise

Fran Brill

Fran Brill

Miss. Elaine Perigrew/Ms. Emily Kristal (1996-1999)

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