The Oblongs

Season 1 Episode 2

Narcoleptic Scottie

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Apr 08, 2001 on The WB
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Narcoleptic Scottie
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Milo soon grows attached to a stray Scottie dog the Oblongs take in, but the pet brings out the animal in the hyperactive boy, and the family gives the pooch away to Bob's boss, George, thinking he'll have a good home. But when his new owners soon tire of him, Scottie finds himself in an animal testing lab, sniffing perfume with narcoleptic side effects. So the Oblongs set out to rescue Scottie before it's too late.moreless

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Billy West

Billy West

George Klimer / James / Anita Bidet (Voice)

Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon

Voice of Milo Oblong / Jared Klimer / the Debbies (Voice)

Lea DeLaria

Lea DeLaria

Helga Phugly (Voice)

Jean Smart

Jean Smart

Pickles Oblong (voice)

Jason Sklar

Jason Sklar

Chip Oblong (Voice)

Randy Sklar

Randy Sklar

Biff Oblong (Voice)

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    • Like many other characters, "Narcoleptic Scottie" was the based on a character who appeared in Angus Oblong's book Creepy Susie and 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children. The story of the scottie dog bears the same title as this episode.

    • Beginning with this episode, and at the beginning of the next few that they aired, WB played an introduction that featured a voice-over and a myriad of clips from the show ("The Oblongs live here in Hill Valley..."). The "Soot Day" clip that appeared during these segments was not a scene from an actual episode. It was one of three short 30-second clips that were made specifically for promotion -- though none of these promos were ever aired in their entirety on WB. The other two clips, "Birthday" and "Charades," were both used as scenes in episodes but they were just slightly altered from the original versions.

    • This episode was first broadcast on Cartoon Network on August 18th, 2002.

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