2 Stupid Dogs

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2 Stupid Dogs
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Created by: Donovan Cook
Network: TBS
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Turner Progam Services
Distributor: Turner Entertainment Company
Original release: September 5, 1993February 13, 1995
Run time: 22 minutes
Starring: Brad Garrett
Mark Schiff
Brian Cummings
Executive producer(s): Buzz Potamkin
Producer(s): Donovan Cook
Larry Huber
Music composed by: Vaughn Johnson
Guy Moon
Writer(s): Mark Saraceni
Roberts Gannaway
Lane Raichert
Richard Pursel
Rob Renzentti
Director(s): Donovan Cook (also voices)

2 Stupid Dogs is an American animated comedy TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera for Hanna-Barbera. It ran from 1993 to 1995, airing 26 episodes. It later reran on the Cartoon Network.

As the title suggests, two unnamed stray dogs (one big and one little) get into misadventures due to their lack of intelligence.

A backup segment, Super Secret Secret Squirrel, was slotted between two 2 Stupid Dogs segments. This is an updated version of the 1960s Secret Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole, only this time, the world in which Secret Squirrel and his assistant/sidekick, Morocco Mole, lived in was populated exclusively with anthropomorphic animals, instead of the usual mix of both anthropomorphic animals and humans. For example, Secret's boss was once human, but is now a Cape buffalo.

The first season has been released on DVD.

Production

Development

The story editor, Mark Saraceni, was credited as a co-developer of 2 Stupid Dogs, although the series had been developed by the time he joined.

Casting

Segments

  • 2 Stupid Dogs
  • Super Secret Secret Squirrel (1993)

Music

The theme song was performed by Chris Desmond and Tom Seufert, with the score performed by Vaughn Johnson, with additional music from Guy Moon. Bodie Chandler was the director of music production.

Episodes

Title Number Original air date
"Door Jam" / "Goldflipper" / "Where's the Bone?" 1x01 September 5, 1993
"Cornflakes" / "Greg" / "Home Is Where Your Head Is" 1x02 September 12, 1993
"Vegas Buffet" / "Quark" / "Love in the Park" 1x03 September 19, 1993
"Show and Tell" / "Queen Bea" / "At the Drive In" 1x04 September 26, 1993
"Space Dogs" / "Hot Rodney" / "Pie in the Sky" 1x05 October 3, 1993
"A Quarter" / "Egg" / "Red" 1x06 October 10, 1993
"Substitute Teacher" / "Chameleon" / "Seeing Eye Dogs" 1x07 October 17, 1993
"Spooks-A-Poppin'" / "Agent Penny" / "Sheep Dogs" 1x08 October 24, 1993
"Trash Day" / "Scirocco Mole" / "Hollywood's Ark" 1x09 October 31, 1993
"Family Values" / "Platypus" / "Red Strikes Back" 1x10 November 7, 1993
"Stunt Dogs" / "Doctor O." / "Return of Red" 1x11 November 14, 1993
"Far-Out Friday" / "One Ton" / "Let's Make a Right Price" 1x12 November 21, 1993
"Cat!" / "Voo Doo Goat" / "Love Doctors" 1x13 November 28, 1993
"Jerk" 2x01 September 5, 1994
"Los Pelotas!" 2x02 September 12, 1994
"Post Office" 2x03 September 19, 1994
"Day Dream" 2x04 October 24, 1994
"Love" 2x05 October 31, 1994
"Inside Out" 2x06 November 7, 1994
"Spit Soup" 2x07 November 14, 1994
"Fun!" 2x08 November 21, 1994
"The Rise and Fall of Big Dog" 2x09 December 5, 1994
"Cookies, Ookies, Blookies" 2x10 December 19, 1994
"Cartoon Canines" 2x11 January 30, 1995
"Bathroom Humor" 2x12 February 6, 1995
"Hobo Hounds" 2x13 February 13, 1995

Cast

Celebrity guests

References