Doug's Math Problem/Doug's Big Feat
Sep 25, 1993
A letter from Doug's school arrives addressed to his parents. Since he's doing poorly in math, Doug immediately assumes that it's a failing notice, or worse! It's the day of the big football game against Bloatsburg and Doug is snared by Coach Spitz who mistakenly believes Doug possesses a "golden toe" for kicking.
Doug's Bum Rap/Doug & Patti Sittin' In A Tree
Oct 02, 1993
Doug is falsely accused of cheating when he and Chalky score identical marks on a test. Patti asks Doug to go with her to the movies, and now everyone at school is teasing them about dating.
Doug Door to Door/Doug Tips the Scale
Oct 09, 1993
Doug finds himself in an ethical dilemma when the Bluffscouts try to raise funds by selling lousy chocolate. Doug realizes he cannot sell something he doesn't believe in. When Doug puts on a few pounds at Grandma Funnie's house, he is embarrassed to be seen in a swimsuit at Beebe's pool party. So he decides to work the extra weight off before the party.
Doug's Halloween Adventure
Oct 29, 1993
When a new spooky amusement ride opens up at Funkytown on Halloween night, Skeeter wants to abandon the usual "Trick or Treat" and check it out. Doug reluctantly agrees to go, but when the park closes before their turn comes up, Roger convinces them to jump the ropes and take a ride anyway.
Doug en Vogue/Doug's Mail Order Mania
Nov 06, 1993
Doug wishes he were more fashionable until his friends at school accuse him of dressing like the latest teen heartthrob. Tired of being accused of copying someone else's style, Doug decides to shop for a new look. Lured by the thought of fame and fortune, Doug falls victim to a big prize money contest scam.
Doug's Birthday Present/Doug's Fan Club
Nov 13, 1993
When Doug is impressed by Mr. Bluff's gifts to Beebe, Phil feels pressured to make more money and decides to start his own company. At first Doug is excited by the prospect of wealth, but when he sees the effects on his father and family, he realizes that money can't buy happiness. Doug inspires a case of hero worship in a little misfit named Wesley and is embarrassed by the boy's attentions.
Doug Runs/Doug Clobbers Patti
Nov 20, 1993
Doug is nominated for class treasurer, and when he finds himself against Willie White, the mayor's son, he starts making campaign promises he knows he can't fulfill in order to win. Doug beats Patti in a bowling match, and Skeeter tells everyone about it.
Doug's Treasure Hunt/Doug's Brainy Buddy
Nov 26, 1993
Doug and Skeeter go digging for artifacts when they get an assignment to research Bluffington's history. Unaware that they are trespassing, they are caught digging on the Bluff estate. When Skeeter scores high on an intelligence test, he starts spending less time with Doug and more time thinking about college.
Doug Ripped Off/Doug's Babysitter
Dec 04, 1993
All of Doug's friends have cool bikes, but Doug hates his until he discovers that someone has stolen it. Doug and Judy blow their big chance to stay alone while their parents are on vacation, instead are cursed with a notoriously strict babysitter.
Doug's Christmas Story
Dec 11, 1993
Doug has to try and clear Porkchop when he is mistakenly accused of attacking Beebe, but the people in Bluffington are all determined to make sure that Porkchop pays.
Doug's In The Money/Doug's Sister Act
Dec 11, 1993
A sack of money falls from a speeding car and Doug finds it. When Doug discovers who the real owner is, he must decide what to do with it. Theda invites Judy's new boyfriend over for dinner, but Judy is embarrassed by her boring family.
Doug Throws A Party/Doug Way Out West
Dec 25, 1993
Doug is having his first house party, and he is very nervous about it--especially when he sees how his parents decorated the place. When Skeeter exaggerates about Doug's horsemanship, Doug egotistically lets the others believe the lie. Roger challenges the story, and Patti suggests they all go to the dude ranch to settle the argument on horse.
Doug Graduates/Doug's Bad Trip
Jan 01, 1994
Doug and his friends are graduating from the Bluffington School, and Doug feels a bit melancholy. When he finds out that Roger is as reluctant to leave as he is, Doug convinces Roger--and himself--that the new school will be great. The Funnies are driving across country to visit the Great Painted Gorge. Doug and Judy convince Phil to stop at several tourist traps along the way.