The Mighty B!

Season 1 Episode 9

Beenadict Arnold

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Jun 24, 2008 on Nickelodeon
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Bessie is concerned that Happy's laziness and love of treats is making him an unahppy and unhealthy pup. Bessie is determined to change that, so she puts Happy on a strict diet and excercise regimen. Instead of this making Happy happier, it makes him miserable, so miserable that he left Bessie to be Portia's dog! Will Bessie get her dog back?moreless

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  • Hilarious episode!

    In this episode, Bessie is concerned about Bessie's health. So when Protia comes to the cafe one day, she says she'll give Happy a cookie if he lives with her, and he accepts. Bessie is sad and really wants another dog, and Happy finds out living with Portia can be tough. This episode was just hilarious, especially when Ben pretended to be a dog. I also liked the end when Ben ended up in Portia's dog cage. The only thing that stopped this episode from getting a 10 was when Bessie touched Happy's stomach at the beginning, grossly released some items. This episode was just one of my favorites in the series and I enjoyed it very much, keep up the good work, writers!

    FINAL GRADE: A-moreless
  • Another good cartoon, this one with Happy running away to live with Portia.

    Two funny cartoons in a row for The Mighty B!. Here Bessie realizes (from watching a TV commerical) that Happy has gotten all fat and lazy. Scared for Happy's health, she immediately puts him on an exercise and diet regimen. Bessie being Bessie, she completely overdoes the TLC- and when Portia offers Happy a cookie, he is more than willing to abandon the Higgenbottoms for the Gibbons. The cartoon then takes off in funny directions as Ben tries to take Happy's place as Bessie's pet (he even gives himself a dog name- "Pizza") and Happy soon learns that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of the fence.moreless

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