T.U.F.F. Puppy

Season 1 Episode 6

Internal Affairs / Dog Daze

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Nov 27, 2010 on Nickelodeon
9.5
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Internal Affairs: Dudley, who shrunk himself to the size of a flea, and the Chief go on a mission together, but get eaten by the Chameleon. Dog Daze: Snaptrap makes plans to hypnotizes Dudley so he acts crazy enough to convince the Chief to fire him because Snaptrap thinks he won't be able to reach his goal of being supreme overlord with Dudley at T.U.F.F.moreless
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  • I return reviewing this show

    10
    After 18 months, I return reviewing . Puppy. Geez, that's what happen when Nick doesn't rerun the show nowadays and lucky viewers who get Nicktoons. At least, has these episodes online so I can watch them.



    Internal Affairs: IMO, this was the better pair since it had no cons to it. Everything in this episode was hilarious. Those includes the beginning of Chief's documentary when his real name and personal stuffs kept being mentioned that he shot the narrator, everything the Chameleon did as General Warthog, Kewsick's couple lines, and a few more. It was awesome to see the Chief work together with Dudley. Overall, this episode is both funny and awesome at same time. 10/10



    Dog Dazed: I thought this episode was superb, but I don't found it an excellent episode like Internal Affairs. Some memorable moments were Snaptrap and his gang dressed up like the Power Rangers, the bottle cap landing on the Chief, Dudley acting while hypnotized, etc. As usual, fight scenes are the awesome scenes. overall, a superb . Puppy episode. 9.5/10moreless
  • "Internal Affairs" was perfect and "Dog Daze" was superb

    9.5
    Internal Affairs: I thought that this was a perfect episode of "T.U.F.F. Puppy". I laughed so hard in the beginning of the episode when the Chief was watching the news report from when he used to fight back when he was younger especially when the news report kept mentioning the Chief's real name which is Herbert Dumbrowski. I thought it was funny when Dudley shrunk himself. It was cool to see that Dudley and the Chief worked together on a mission for once. It was very funny that the Chameleon kidnapped General Warthog. It was also funny that the Chameleon ate Dudley and the Chief. It was funny when Dudley said "Ewww... why is everything so gross when you're tiny". It was very funny that General Warthog (the Chameleon) was involuntarily skipping. The very ending was also funny when Dudley turned into a giant three-headed fire-breathing monster. Overall, a perfect episode of "T.U.F.F. Puppy". 10/10



    Dog Daze: I thought that this was a superb episode of "T.U.F.F. Puppy". It wasn't as good as "Internal Affairs" but I still liked this episode. It was funny that the emergency was the Chief's pies. It was pretty funny that Snaptrap hypnotized Dudley to do all kinds of things such as Dudley acting as the woodpecker and all that other stuff. It was hilarious when Dudley was hypnotized as a princess and then Dudley asks Snaptrap "Can I still be pretty?" and then Snaptrap says "Sure, you're drop dead gorgeous". It was hilarious when Dudley was wearing a fake beard. It was also funny that Keswick was hypnotized at the end of the episode. The only thing that I didn't like about this episode was that Dudley Puppy got fired. Awww... I felt very bad for Dudley because he really is a cute and sensitive character. Overall, a superb episode of "T.U.F.F. Puppy". 9/10



    Note: marebear2009 requested me to review this episode.moreless
  • Excellent episodes, but I liked Dog Daze a little more.

    9.0
    Internal Affairs: This was a great episode for the most part, but I thought it dragged a little at some points. The plot was pretty good, and I did laugh hard at some parts like the news report at the beginning. I also thought the Chameleon involuntarily skipping and the ending were funny. Overall grade: B+. Dog Daze was an even funnier episode! I loved how Keswick and Dudley became hypnotized into being woodpeckers, pretty princesses and pirates! Lol! I also liked the whole joke about the Chief's pies and how Keswick said they tasted like shoes! (I'm sure only older viewers like me understood that joke! Lol. Nice to see a hint of adult humor there.) The only problem I had with this episode was Dudley getting fired from T.U.F.F and then rehired. Come on, writers! Where's the creative thinking in that? Dudley almost lost his job in the last episode. Overall though, my grade for this episode is an A-. Marebear2009, out!moreless
  • The Chief & Dudley (makes sense in context) get eaten by the Chameleon & Snaptrap hypnotizes Dudley into going wack-a-doodle every time a bell rings.

    9.0
    Internal Affairs: So the Cheif was looking to some old films of him being a spy and Dudley shrunk himself to eat a cookie, and they recieve a call from a hog militar that he was kiddnapped by the Chamaleon. So then, the Chameleon eats then and shapeshifts into the miilitar guy. Chameleon goes to the military base and redirects a missible to TUFF HQ. Kitty & Keswick can't help cause they are al the movies (Kitty lost a bet). So Cheif & Chameleon go up to the brain & expose the chameloeon in dfront ofv the military. But it'ws to late, the missile was fired. Kitty out of the cinema takes care of the missile & Cheif beats up Chameleon.



    Dog Daze: So Sanppy's new giant robot fails cause of Dudley and he realizes he can'0t win becuase of Dudley. He sents him an e-mail were he is hyponotizes. Everytime he heaqrs a bell, he goes wack-a-doodle. the Cheif eventually fires him and when Kitty is cleaning his desk she sees the email thingy. She goes to look for Dudley and they fight the robot again, with Dudley going wacky on the panel. Dudley is welcome into TUFF again and Keswick tries to delte the email by hypnitozes himself.



    Overall: 2 more solid episodes. I liked how Kitty didn't give up on Dudley that easily. They are true friends. 9/10.moreless

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