Season 3 Episode 2

Doug is Slave for a Day / Doug Rocks the House

Aired Sunday 10:00 AM Apr 18, 1993 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary

Doug is Slave for a Day:
Judy catches Doug breaking a vase that belonged to their mom. To keep her quiet, Doug must agree to be her slave for a week. He suffers until he realizes that the only way out is to tell the truth.

Doug Rocks the House:
Doug destroys an entire old house in a rock-throwing contest with Roger. But when Patti witnesses the contest she gets angry at Doug, and he has to figure out why.moreless

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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)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Ned, Boomer, Willy and Skeeter congratulate Doug for knocking down the house, Doug is standing in front of them--but when Patti walks over two seconds later he is magically standing behind them.

    • When Doug is reading Point 103 in the contract he has two pages flipped over. Later when Judy is reading Point 103, she has THREE pages flipped over.

  • QUOTES (1)

  • NOTES (1)


    • When Doug imagines Patti throwing rocks at his Bloatsburg house with Roger's gang, Boomer is heard chanting "The whole world is watching! The whole world is watching!" This phrase was used by antiwar protesters during outbreaks of violence outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention.