The bizarre misadventures of a cowardly dog named Courage and his elderly owners in a farmhouse in Nowhere, Kansas.
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Courage remembers the time when his parents were sent to outer space by an evil vet.
The episode was rated 8.75 from 20 votes.
Muriel refuses to talk after Eustace keeps ignoring her, so Shirley makes a giant starfish attack and it can only be stopped at the sound of Muriel's voice.
The episode was rated 8.64 from 14 votes.
A star making squid has just had babies(in eggs)She looses her husband to a giant inhaling whale. The squid ends up landing on Earth where she lays there with her eggs. Courage isn't sure about her at first, until he notices that she makes stars. This also flatters Muriel, but Eustace calls the military so he can get money! The military uses the squid and the eggs for research. Muriel sends Courage to help the squid. With the help, the eggs finally hatch and the baby squids float up into the heavens. The mother squid turns into a garden. And once again, Eustace gets his just desserts at the end.
The episode was rated 8.47 from 19 votes.
Ashamed at what happened to her husband, the wife of the Chicken from Outer Space sends their three-headed son to destroy Courage. When they land, they try to just zap him, but they hit Eustace instead. Then they tried a bomb disguised as an egg, but Courage puts it in the toilet, and blows up Eustace. And they finally try tieing Courage up and running over him with a train. The three-headed chicken fails and starts getting in a fight with itself. They start crying because it's mother said that if they don't kill Courage, they can't come home. The middle head always carries a camera, so Courage has them take pictures of Courage being tortured. With that, the chicken bades farewell, but Eustace, Muriel, and Courage end up looking like a three-headed chicken.
The episode was rated 8.27 from 15 votes.
The Bagge's yard gets flouded, Eustace and Muriel go for a swim. Everything is alright until the water rises too high and enters their house. Courage paddles around in the water to the town of Nowhere and stops when he sees a beaver putting up a dam. Courage trys to ask him nicely to stop building it because it ruining there home, but the beaver just hits him with his tail. Courage then finds out the beaver's real love is for music and not construction. The beaver starts to hit his tail as a rythem on the dam.Courage picks the string on his yo-yo, like an instrument. The beaver's tale constatly hiting the dam eventually breaks it. Courage's house's water level drys up to nothing. Muriel and Eustace then attend a concert in a local karaoke-type place to watch Courage and the beaver play their instruments.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 42 votes.
Eustace finally gets tired of Muriel treating Courage so well, so he does something to finally destroy Courage once and for all. He gathers together the villains Courage fought to destroy Courage!
The episode was rated 8.11 from 18 votes.
Muriel,Courage, and Eustace head down to the local dump to look for stuff they might want. Most of it is just pure junk except this nutcracker they fin
The episode was rated 8.11 from 28 votes.
Muriel gets a terrible cold, and after a while, she sees a talking slug that wants help. Following directions, Courage and Muriel go to a swamp where there are slugs that are ruled by a snake named Big Bayou. He sheds his skin and makes the slugs make statues out of them. They say Bayou has a magic book that will free them and cure Muriel. Courage gets the book and cures Muriel. Bayou then comes after him, and he bites the book, and his venom magically makes the snake-skin statues attack him. Muriel uses her nail-file to free the slugs.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 33 votes.
The windmill is broken. Courage finds that whenever the windmill stops... four armored skeletons on horseback come towards him! He finds signs on the windmill vanes and his computer says they are mystic signs made by the first owner of the farm house. Vandals who had a broken paddle wheel needed energy, so they tried to steal the windmill, but the owner put mystic signs on them to keep them away. Whenever, it stops, the ghosts of the vandals come back... and they want to cut everyone's head off! The windmill eventually gets fixed and the skeletons go away.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 31 votes.
Muriel gets a telegram, from her uncle Agnes,saying that all of her relatives died that knew a kilt pattern. Muriel is the only family member left who knows how to make it. He wants her to come to Scotland and make a kilt for him.Eustace refuses to go to Scotland, because he hates Scotland. Muriel and Courage go over to Scotland to help him. He takes them to a castle and tells Muriel to make a couple thousand kilts for his factory. She says no. Uncle Agnes suddenly admits he is not her uncle, then warns her he'll make her into a pie if she doesn't listen. Courage overhears a conversation of ""Agnes"" and his mother.He kicked her out for saying his real name to many times.Courage then plays a game of charades with Muriel in front of him so she will say his name. She figures it out and Rumplekiltskin (his real name) doesn't force her to make a couple thousand kilts.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 32 votes.
Eustace and Muriel never returned a book named "The Pixie and the Prickle Pirate," so they become characters in the book until Courage pays the fine. So Courage tries to find ways of gaining money, even making a performance of Eustace and Muriel as characters
The episode was rated 7.86 from 14 votes.
It's the first day of hunting season, and Eustace goes hunting to prove he's better then his dead brother, Horace. He uses Horace's old gun, a laser gun! Courage goes with him to makes sure he's safe. Eustace spots a bunch of deer and fails to shoot them. The father deer then gets his own laser gun and goes after Eustace! Courage says he can settle this by having a game show with the deer and Eustace called, "Hunt For Knowledge." The deer wins. Eustace tries to shoot him, but instead he hits a bear's lollipop. When he asks who shot it, Eustace takes the deer's antlers and says he's a deer. But then hunters come by and think he's a deer and shoot him. His head gets mounted on a car.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 24 votes.
A strange mask wearing women comes to the farmhouse and says dogs are evil. With that, she hits Courage. Muriel thinks they are just playing and invites her to tea. While there, she says that long ago her best friend Bunny fell for a horrible dog. After trying to convince her to leave, the dog threatend her and she had to leave. After that, she rerapedly hurts Courage. At dinner, she says that she wears her mask to hide from reality. Muriel says she has to face reality, but she reveals that Muriel has been sneaking food and Eustace can't fix every thing like he says he can. This causes a fight between Eustace and Muriel. Courage spys on the woman that night and sees her play with a toy mouse. She takes off her mask to reavel she's a cat. Convinced she's a wanted crimnal, Courage locks the doors to the bedroom and attic doors, steals the mouse, and drives off to go to the police. He stops at a diner where the rat reconizes the cat's mouse and says her names Kitty. He says Bunn
The episode was rated 7.81 from 27 votes.
Muriel and Courage make the house look like a pirate theme, Eustace isn't too thrilled about it. Muriel and Courage are dressed up in pirate clothes. The three of them eat seafood, then all of the sudden comes a dragon. He eats Eustace, and chases after Muriel and Courage. The dragon tells them he wishes he could fly, and if Courage could teach him how to fly, he would not eat them. Courage, after many attempts, tries to make him fly, but fails. The dragon doesn't want to eat them, but has no choice, so he continues to chase them through the town of Nowhere, and into the jungle. Once Courage and Muriel get to a body of water in the jungle, another dragon appears, who is friendly because he is a water dragon who just eats seafood. The other dragon finds out this water dragon is his long lost brother, and he wasn't meant to fly since he is also a water dragon. Courage, Muriel, and the two water dragons eat some seafood together. The one dragon spits out Eustace, but a bad flying dragon flies overhead and eats him again.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 15 votes.
Le Quack is back,once again, this time in a hot air balloon. Muriel is geting ready to bake cookies when he arrives and is using a cookbook.Le Quack switches the cookbook to a Swedish cookbook when she is not looking, the cookie recipe now requires vinegar that is only in Sweden. Le Quack says he'll take Muriel to Sweden in his hot air balloon. It's all really a trick. He attaches Muriel to a bungee cord and makes her steal things when she comes down and up. Courage goes, leashed with Eustace and finds Le Quack's big plan is to have Muriel rob the Swedish piggy bank.Unfortunately for Le Quack it is garded by a General and cannons which shoot the balloon down.Eustace gets stuck in a cannon and it launches, he lands in the bathroom of his house and his head gets stuck in the toliet when he lands! He finds his glasses in there. Muriel and Courage escape from Le Quack and find the Swedish vinegar.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 28 votes.
A Chinese Emporess (and Di Lung) capture Muriel to rid her of her bones. Courage is then put through a series of tests to see if he can rescue Muriel.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 14 votes.
At the fair, Muriel and Eustace get full size silhouettes of themselves. On the ride home, Courage notices that they are beginning to move. That night, the profiles take Muriel And Eustace's life to be human. After Courage shows them that being paper is more fun, they give it back. Their creator comes and realizes the silhouettes are happier being paper, and he thanks him.
The episode was rated 7.77 from 22 votes.
Muriel's back starts to hurt, so Eustace takes her to Dr. Vindaloo because she can't make him any food in that condition. He tells them they must go to a top of Mount Nowhere, where a hot spring is located in order to heal her. Courage, Muriel, and Eustace head up toward the mountain. On top lives a goat, who has been neglected by humans, trashing his habitat, and draining up the spring. Eventually, he was the only one left, and now, he chases people off the island by hitting them with his horns. After the goat tells his story, he makes Muriel and Courage hold up gigantic rocks for torture. Courage then accidentally re-opens the hot spring and he cleans up the garbage. The goat and Muriel return to normal health by relaxing in the spring.
The episode was rated 7.76 from 21 votes.
A lonely doctor named Gerheart gets tired of being lonely in his run down old house. He invents
The episode was rated 7.73 from 33 votes.
Eustace is sick and tired of how Courage constantly doing things wrong. A strict teacher arrives and attempts to make Courage "perfect", but keeps failing.
The episode was rated 7.65 from 23 votes.
Last updated: dec 28, 2022
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