Doug

Season 4 Episode 9

Doug's in the Money / Doug's Sister Act

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Aired Sunday 10:00 AM Jun 05, 1994 on Nickelodeon
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Doug's in the Money:
An envelope of money falls from a speeding car and Doug finds it with a huge fortune in it. Doug hands it in to the police and everyone makes fun of him for doing it. After no one claims the money, the police tell Doug he can keep the money. When Doug discovers who the real owner is, he must choose between what's legal and what he knows is right.

Doug's Sister Act:
Theda invites Judy's new boyfriend over for dinner, but Judy is embarrassed by her boring family, especially Doug. So she decides to "spruce" things up around the house.moreless

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    • QUOTES (12)

      • Doug: (Counting his money) One hundred. Two hundred... (laughs greedily, time passes) Fourteen hundred, four hundred and forty five. Fourteen hundred, four hundred and forty six...
        Doug & Woman on TV: Fourteen thousand, four hundred and forty-seven dollars!
        Doug: Huh?
        Woman on TV: I remember, I was at the bank with my envelope of money... I got out of my car and now... I don't know where it is! (Sob)
        Doug: I think I'm gonna be sick... ugh my money belongs to a little old lady...

      • Roger: Oh goodie! Gum! I hope you got enough for everybody!
        Doug: Go ahead and say it Roger, 'I'm a weirdo'! I don't care anymore!

      • (Doug gets a reward for returning the money)
        Old Lady: I hope you like Spearmint!

      • (in Porkchop's dream bubble)
        Fairy: And now to leave this envelope full of money in the street so that some boy and his dog can live happily, and richly, ever after! (light hearted giggle)

      • Doug: Dear Journal, have you ever been so broke that you had to cash in your pennies?

      • Doug: Skeet, do you think I'm a weirdo?
        Skeeter: Sure, but (shoves straws in his nostrils) who says there's anything wrong with being a weirdo?

      • Phil: Exactly how much was it that you decided to do the right thing with?
        Theda: Phil!
        Phil: Just asking.

      • Doug: Hello, Mr. Destiny. I'm home!

      • Old Lady: (in Doug's fantasy) I know the money is here somewhere. I'd lose my head if it weren't bolted to my neck.
        Man: Sorry, we had to take the bolts too. (old lady's head falls off)

      • Judy: (to Doug) I'd love to give you a great part, but you're just too dull.

      • Kyle: (reading note) There's a bomb in the lasagna?
        Doug: A bomb in the lasagna?! Great Scott! (jumps onto the lasagna)

      • Doug: Contact me on the sponge. (Pulls on ear)

    • NOTES (1)

      • In "Doug's Sister Act", when Doug imagines Judy introducing him (as having been raised by wolves) to her new boyfriend, you can briefly hear the drum beat of 'The Noodle Dance' - from "PB&J Otter" (another Jumbo Pictures-produced cartoon). What's odd is that this episode was created years before PB&J Otter!

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