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Eustace gets fed up with Courage's incompetence and begins looking for a professional to make Courage better. The Perfectionist appears, an old Victorian schoolteacher who carries a large wooden ruler and speaks in a commanding tone.

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Remembrance of Courage Past
Courage sees a missing dog ad, which causes him to have flashbacks of his parents being kidnapped. The flashbacks cause Courage to get depressed so Muriel takes him to a veterinarian who kidnaps dogs and sends them into space.

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Wrath of the Librarian
While digging up treasures, Courage finds a library book that is overdue. He takes it back and learns he owes several thousand dollars in overdue fees.

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Cabaret Courage
The family is sightseeing when a manhole opens beneath their feet. They plummet into an underground cabaret in what appears to be a stomach.

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A Ball of Revenge
Eustace is in a bitter mood taking note of all the attention Muriel gives to Courage. When Muriel gives Courage a new blanket that Eustace assumed she was knitting for him, he decides to get rid of Courage and gathers Courage's enemies.

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Courageous Cure
Alien naturalists descend upon the farmhouse and suck up the family and begin to study them. They are desperate to discover if their own species could be genetically hybridized with humans in hope of finding a serum that will save them.

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Son of the Chicken From Outer Space
The three-headed son of the Chicken from Outer Space returns to earth, at his mother's bidding, to avenge his father and destroy Courage. He captures Muriel and subjects her to horrible things.

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Last of the Star Makers
Out in space, two beings scatter stars in the blackness. They are star makers and the last beings of their kind.

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When the family visits an aqua-park, Eustace boasts loudly that he can swim better than the dolphin in the water show. Eustace challenged to a swimming contest with the dolphin and loses.

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Food of the Dragon
A dragon arrives at the farmhouse looking for food and eats humans. It attacks the house and occupies it, eats Eustace as a snack and sets aside Muriel and Courage.

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Muted Muriel
Each time Muriel gives her opinion, Eustace ignores her. His carelessness hurts Muriel so she refuses to talk to anyone making her mute.

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Squatting Tiger, Hidden Dog
The family takes a tour of the Great Wall of China. Muriel is abducted by Di Lung in the service of the Empress Dowager of China.

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Courage the Cowardly Dog is a well-loved American animated television series which emerged from the creative minds of John R. Dilworth and was produced by Dilworth's own animation studio, Stretch Films. The show aired on Cartoon Network from 1999 to 2002, a period during which it constructed an indelible reputation among viewers for its unique blend of humor, surreal horror, and emotionally powerful storytelling. The show revolves around the somewhat ironically named hero, a pink, anthropomorphic dog named Courage. Left on the doorstep of Muriel and Eustace Bagge as a pup, Courage was instantaneously adopted, becoming protective of his new family, particularly Muriel. They live a peaceful life in the isolation of Nowhere, Kansas, a place steeped in the mystique of the ordinary that belies its extraordinary nature. Sedate life is frequently interrupted by a kaleidoscope of monsters, aliens, zombies, and all forms of supernatural beings which Courage confronts. Rather than being the stalwart, fearless canine typically exemplified in popular culture, Courage embodies characteristics of nervousness, trepidation, and high-strung energy, making him an easily identifiable character for many of us who have sometimes felt overwhelmed and under-equipped to tackle the challenges of life. The lovable dog's quirky characteristics, such as his easily recognizable, high-pitched scream, his ability to morph into various objects and he's frequent breaking of the fourth wall, also add to his charm and the show's overall appeal. Muriel Bagge, a sweet-natured Scottish woman who loves tea, cooking, and gardening, has a deep fondness for Courage. Muriel, in her blissful ignorance of the bizarre events that transpire around her, continually reassures and comforts Courage. She is the heart of the show, embodying love, kindness, and a nurturing spirit. In contrast, Muriel's husband, Eustace Bagge, is a grumpy, cantankerous man who seems to enjoy nothing more than being miserable and causing misery for others. Often jealous of the attention and affection Muriel showers on Courage, he routinely mistreats him, calling him a "stupid dog," and derives pleasure out of pulling pranks on him. However, Eustace's mean-spirited antics often backfire, serving as a comedic device within the overall narrative. What sets Courage the Cowardly Dog apart from many other animated shows is its ability to effortlessly intertwine elements of genuine horror with slapstick comedy, whilst also delivering poignant messages about love, bravery, and the human (and canine) spirit. The blend of its unique art direction, with its barren landscapes marked by stunning, almost psychedelic colors, the wild absurdity of its characters and the seamless blend of 2D and 3D animation, builds an atmosphere of constant unease and surprise, propelling the narrative forward and captivating the audience's imagination. Each episode immerses viewers into unique storylines that are as unpredictable as they are wildly entertaining. Supernatural and horror elements ramp up the tension without ever becoming too terrifying for its youthful audience. Indeed, a significant part of the show's appeal lies in this ability to create an eerie backdrop that is contrasted and balanced by humorous dialogue and slapstick comedy, creating a rich, engaging viewing experience. There’s a moral undertone that runs throughout the series, too, making it not just entertaining, but also meaningful. Each episode potentially serves as a platform for lessons about courage, resilience, friendship, and love where Courage, despite his fears, is always willing to fight for the safety of his family. In the final analysis, Courage the Cowardly Dog shines bright in the pantheon of beloved animated TV series. Its special blend of genres, unforgettable characters, and compelling storytelling decorate an animated landscape with equal parts fright, laughter, and heartfelt emotion. Its status as a cult classic, beloved by many who grew up watching Cartoon Network during its initial run, is well-deserved, and it continues to resonate with viewers of all ages even years after its conclusion.

Courage the Cowardly Dog is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 8 seasons with a total of 129 episodes, the show debuted on 1996. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.3.

Cartoon Network
Marty Grabstein, Thea White, Peter Fernandez
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