List of Courage the Cowardly Dog episodes

List of Courage the Cowardly Dog episodes

Courage the Cowardly Dog is an American animated television series created by John R. Dilworth for Cartoon Network. The series ran for 4 seasons from November 12, 1999, to November 22, 2002, with 52 episodes altogether. The pilot episode originally debuted on World Premiere Toons in 1995 as a 7-minute short, and it was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Film (Animated).[1]

Contents

Seasons

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD Release
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 4 Discs
1 13 November 12, 1999 March 30, 2000 July 20, 2010[2] September 12, 2007[3] 2
2 13 October 31, 2000 November 14, 2001 TBA January 13, 2010[4] 2
3 13 January 12, 2002 August 9, 2002 TBA TBA 2
4 13 September 6, 2002 November 22, 2002 TBA TBA 2

Episode list

Pilot: 1995

# Title Original airdate Production code
0a "The Chicken from Outer Space" July 2, 1995 (1995-07-02) S1
In a farmhouse in the middle of Nowhere, Kansas, there lived an elderly couple (Muriel and Eustace Bagge) and their timid dog (Courage). When Courage fears a lowly white mouse and jumps on top of Eustace's head, the grumpy farmer frightens his pet outside the farmhouse with a large mask. Outdoor, a space chicken arrives at the farm and plans to invade it. Courage runs indoors and tries to warn his owners, although they don't believe him when they run out to look and the space chicken was gone. Eustace scares his dog with his large mask once again. Courage runs near the Bagge's henhouse. There, he saw the space chicken choking one of the hens. Courage then runs back to the farmhouse and brings Muriel to the henhouse to see. All the hens appear to vanish except the space chicken, who pretends to be a normal hen. Muriel takes one of the eggs from the space chicken and wonders off back to the farmhouse to cook the eggs for breakfast. The space chicken then was outside and locks Courage inside the henhouse. While Courage manages to escape, Muriel cooks the space eggs for breakfast for herself and Eustace in the farmhouse. Eustace eats the eggs and he transforms into a space chicken. Outside the farmhouse, Courage challenges the space chicken to several contests. In the end, the canine wins. However, the space chicken pulls out his laser gun and tries to fry Courage, only to end up firing on himself, only leaving behind a cooked chicken. Courage returns to the farmhouse and shoots the Eustace-chicken when he threatens Muriel. While Courage and Muriel relax, the lowly mouse appears again and starts to nibble Eustace-chicken's ashes; the episode ends as his eyes turn scarlet red and his transformation (presumably) begins. 

Season 1: 1999–2000

# Title Original airdate Production code
1 "A Night at the Katz Motel / Cajun Granny Stew" November 12, 1999 (1999-11-12) 101

A Night at the Katz Motel: Muriel, Eustace, and Courage have to end their vacation so decided to go to a motel over night, But there is an evil cat named "Katz" there who has spiders to devour them.

Cajun Granny Stew: A sly fox eyes Muriel as the final ingredient in his 'Cajun Granny Stew'. Courage embarks on a tumultuous chase to get his Muriel back.

Note: Eustace does not appear in "Cajun Granny Stew". 
2 "The Shadow of Courage / Dr. Le Quack, Amnesia Specialist" November 19, 1999 (1999-11-19) 102

The Shadow of Courage: A wealthy miser dies alone in his observatory, releasing his playful shadow, who plays tricks and pranks aplenty on the denizens of Nowhere.

Dr. Le Quack, Amnesia Specialist: Muriel suffers from amnesia and Courage calls in the help of Dr. Le Quack, a con artist duck who is impersonating a doctor. 
3 "Courage Meets Bigfoot / Hothead" November 26, 1999 (1999-11-26) 103

Courage Meets Bigfoot: Bigfoot is spotted near the Bagge's home, and a reward is given to anyone who captures it. Courage befriends Bigfoot and attempts to protect it from Eustace before he catches it.

Hothead: Eustace wants to grow hair, so he decides to go to an institute of experimental hair growth and receives a hair growth potion, but Courage discovers that it has a horrible side effect. 
4 "The Demon in the Mattress / Freaky Fred" December 3, 1999 (1999-12-03) 104

The Demon in the Mattress: Muriel is tired of the old mattress and orders a new one, but Courage and Eustace finds out that the bed is possessed by a demon and it possesses Muriel.

Freaky Fred: Muriel's nephew, Fred, visits the Bagge's home. He's a mentally unstable barber who has the intention of shaving Courage's fur. 
5 "Night of the Weremole / Mother's Day" December 17, 1999 (1999-12-17) 105

Night of the Weremole: Muriel is bitten by a "Weremole". As she slowly turns into one, Courage must find a cure while Eustace believes that she is a gigantic mouse and tries to smash her with his mallet.

Mother's Day: Eustace and Courage visit Eustace's mother for Mother's Day. Though Eustace tries to win his mother's love, she would rather dote on Courage , much to the dismay of both master and pet. 
6 "The Duck Brothers / Shirley the Medium" January 14, 2000 (2000-01-14) 106

The Duck Brothers: Two alien ducks come to Earth and puts a mind controlling device on Muriel so they can use her as a tool to get their brother back from a chef.

Shirley the Medium: Courage digs up a mysterious case, left behind by Eustace's dead brother Horst. The case is locked, so Shirley the Medium is called to contact him from the dead in order to obtain the key.

Note: Ringo Starr provides the voices of The Duck Brothers. Mary Testa provides the voice of Shirley the Medium. At the end of the episode as of 2010, a memoriam appears after the credits saying "In memory of John Lennon and George Harrison who died in 1980 and 2001" (Ringo Starr was a Beatles member from the early 1960s). 
7 "King Ramses' Curse / The Clutching Foot" January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21) 107

King Ramses' Curse: When Courage finds a rare slab stolen from a mummy's tomb, Eustace's greed of keeping it causes the mummy's ghost to bring forth his ancient curses.

The Clutching Foot: Eustace's foot fungus grows to an enormous size, getting a gangster mind of its own, and it forces Courage to steal money or Muriel will be crushed. 
8 "The Hunchback of Nowhere / The Gods Must Be Goosey" January 28, 2000 (2000-01-28) 108

The Hunchback of Nowhere: A small, ugly, yet kind hunchback seeks a place to spend the night. Courage and Muriel welcome him, but Eustace doesn't.

The Gods Must Be Goosey: A goose god falls in love with Muriel and tries every possible way to take her to the heavens as his queen.

Note:"The Hunchback of Nowhere" marks the first time Eustace calls Courage by his name rather than the usual "Stupid Dog" moniker, albeit only once. 
9 "Queen of the Black Puddle / Everyone Wants to Direct" March 2, 2000 (2000-03-02) 109

Queen of the Black Puddle: A strange lady rises from a puddle after a rainy-day, persuading Eustace to follow her.

Everyone Wants to Direct: Benton Tarantella wants to make a movie in the Bagge's house basement, but Courage realizes that his true intention is to revive his dead partner. 
10 "The Snowman Cometh / The Precious, Wonderful, Adorable, Loveable Duckling" March 9, 2000 (2000-03-09) 110

The Snowman Cometh: A snowman refuses to melt, so he invents a machine capable of extracting the anti-melting gene from a human being and his targets are the Bagges.

The Precious, Wonderful, Adorable, Loveable Duckling: A young duckling sees Eustace as his mom and wants to get rid of Muriel permanently. 
11 "Heads of Beef / Klub Katz" March 16, 2000 (2000-03-16) 111

Heads of Beef: Muriel is sick, so Eustace and Courage go to a burger diner owned by a pig and his wife, but Courage suspects that they are cannibalistic chefs.

Klub Katz: Courage, Muriel, and Eustace wash up on a deserted island, but it soon doesn't seem to be deserted when a familiar face shows up, Katz. 
12 "The Revenge of the Chicken from Outer Space / Journey to the Center of Nowhere" March 23, 2000 (2000-03-23) 112

The Revenge of the Chicken from Outer Space: Courage's first enemy from the pilot returns fried and headless, and he intends on stealing Courage's head.

Journey to the Center of Nowhere: Angered both by a drought and Muriel's use of eggplants in cooking, a humanized troupe of eggplants plot her downfall deep underground. 
13 "Little Muriel / The Great Fusilli" March 30, 2000 (2000-03-30) 113

Little Muriel: Muriel is sucked into a tornado and returns as the age of 3½ years old, and Courage has to find a way to get her back to normal.

The Great Fusilli: The Great Fusilli brings his magical stage to the house of Courage and wants Muriel and Eustace in his acting crew, but Courage realizes that he intends on turning them into puppets. 

Season 2: 2000–2001

# Title Original airdate Production code
14 "The Magic Tree of Nowhere / Robot Randy" October 31, 2000 (2000-10-31) 201

The Magic Tree of Nowhere: A wish-granting tree grows by the farm, but Eustace grows jealous of all the attention it gets and wants to chop it down. Courage must then stop this from happening.

Robot Randy: Conforming to his race's whims, a large robot named Randy reluctantly travels to Earth and enslaves Courage, Eustace, and Muriel in order to prove to his people that he is not a failure.

Note: After July 15, 2010, whenever this episode aired, a memoriam appears before the credits saying "In memory of Peter Fernandez (who voiced Robot Randy), Go Speed Racer Go!" (Peter aired Speed Racer in the US and voiced Speed himself) 
15 "The Curse of Shirley / Courage in the Big Stinkin' City" November 7, 2000 (2000-11-07) 202

The Curse of Shirley: Shirley lays a curse upon Eustace when he is too cruel to others.

Courage in the Big Stinkin' City: The Bagges go to New York to perform, where a giant roach named Schwick offers to let them stay at his place until the show. Schwick forces Courage to fetch an "evil package" for him, or he'll release his deadly pet. 
16 "Family Business / 1,000 Years of Courage" November 14, 2000 (2000-11-14) 203

Family Business: A burglar claiming to be a relative breaks into Bagges' house, but he suffers from multiple personality disorder and his attitude towards them changes. Courage, Muriel, and Eustace are stuck with his schemes.

1,000 Years of Courage: Due to a meteor impacting the planet, Courage, Eustace, and Muriel are hurtled a thousand years into a future inhabited by banana people. 
17 "Courage Meets the Mummy / Invisible Muriel" January 19, 2001 (2001-01-19) 204

Courage Meets the Mummy: The mummy of a Mayan baker seeks revenge for the injustice that was done to him.

Invisible Muriel: Muriel becomes invisible when wears a magical gem. She is then captured by the government. Courage and Eustace, with the help of Dr. Vindaloo, set out to rescue her. 
18 "Human Habitrail / Mission To The Sun" February 22, 2001 (2001-02-22) 205

Human Habitrail: Doc Gerbil captures Eustace and Muriel and uses them for an experiment for his strange products while Courage sets out to rescue them.

Mission To The Sun: The sun is about to go out, so Courage, Muriel, and Eustace go to outer space to fix it. But a small space creature goes inside Muriel's brain and starts making her go insane so that their mission ends up disastrous. 
19 "Courage the Fly / Katz Kandy" March 16, 2001 (2001-03-16) 206

Courage the Fly: Courage is turned into a fly by Di Lung, and must figure out how to save the Bagges' farm house before a gigantic satellite falls on it.

Katz Kandy: Katz is determined on winning the Sweet-Stuff contest, and kidnaps Muriel in order to get her secret recipe. Meanwhile, Courage must defeat Katz in a staring contest
20 "Nowhere TV / Mega Muriel the Magnificent" April 3, 2001 (2001-04-03) 207

Nowhere TV: Le Quack hypnotizes Muriel and Eustace through television so they can be transformed into slaves and steal a large amount of lottery money to bring to him.

Mega Muriel the Magnificent: A thunderstorm causes Courage's computer to come to life. He downloads himself into Muriel to prove how daring and death-defying he can be, much to Courage's horror. 
21 "Bad Hair Day / Forbidden Hat of Gold" April 10, 2001 (2001-04-10) 208

Bad Hair Day: Dr. Vindaloo is bribed into telling Growth Industries that Muriel has a rare blood type ABXYZ. Courage must rescue Muriel from the Growth Industry and Eustace's mother, Ma.

Forbidden Hat of Gold: Eustace finds Horst's map, leading to a hat made of gold, and takes Muriel and Courage along, leading them all into danger. 
22 "Serpent of Evil River / The Transplant" April 17, 2001 (2001-04-17) 209

Serpent of Evil River: The Bagges are suckered into a free cruise, only to be tricked into assisting the captain in capturing an opera-loving sea serpent named Carmen.

The Transplant: The Bagges find the bones of a kangaroo monster and when Eustace attempts on auctioning them to discoverers, he ends up twisting his spine. Dr. Vindaloo does disc-transplant on Eustace, causing him to turn into a kangaroo monster himself. 
23 "Car Broke, Phone Yes / Cowboy Courage" October 26, 2001 (2001-10-26) 210

Car Broke, Phone Yes: An alien steals Muriel's kindness and Courage has to get it back or she will stay grumpy forever.

Cowboy Courage: Courage and Muriel fantasize that they were in the old west, with Courage playing the sheriff, Muriel as the bartender, and Eustace as the outlaw. 
24 "Evil Weevil / McPhearson Phantom" November 2, 2001 (2001-11-02) 211

Evil Weevil: Eustace hits a strange weevil with his truck, and Muriel invites it to stay over for dinner. But it soon begins sucking the Bagges' lives away.

McPhearson Phantom: Eustace and Muriel's marriage is tested when they are manipulated into turning against each other by a crafty phantom and an unlikely accomplice, Ma. 
25 "The House of Discontent / The Sand Whale Strikes" November 9, 2001 (2001-11-09) 212

The House of Discontent: The spirit of the harvest moon appears one night, demanding the Bagges to leave since Eustace can't seem to grow anything on their land.

The Sand Whale Strikes: A sand whale mistakes Eustace for his dead father, Eickett, and demands on giving back his accordion he swindled from him.

Note:This is the last voice roles of Billie Lou Watt (died in 2001) and Peter Fernandez (died in 2010) in which they both starred in anime roles. A memoriam later appears after 2010 saying "In memory of Billie Lou Watt and Peter" along showing the photos of Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion, Speed Racer and Racer X. This episode was also dedicated to Jim P. Dilworth, John R. Dilworth's brother who died of cancer. 
26 "The Tower of Dr. Zalost" November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16) 213
The Tower of Dr. Zalost[5] is about a severely depressed and generally misunderstood professor, who is incapable of dealing with the sorrowful condition by himself. Overcome by his jealousy of other’s happiness, he lashes out at Nowhere, firing unhappy cannonballs out of his mobile tower and plummets the entire town into a state of depression. Through these diabolical means, he attempts to acquire economic elements from the representatives of Nowhere to gain happiness, and, realizing that this does not bring him the relief that he seeks, refuses to undo the situation he has inflicted. With Muriel befalling the effects of the unhappy cannon balls, Courage ventures into the tower of Dr Zalost to undo the sorrow of Nowhere and the malevolent professor. With danger lurking around every turn, Courage must face the professor and his rat with only a cup of happy plums if he is to ever return to his normal life at home. 

Season 3: 2002

# Title Original airdate Production code
27 "Muriel Meets Her Match / Courage vs. Mecha-Courage" January 12, 2002 (2002-01-12) 301

Muriel Meets Her Match: Muriel meets a criminal named Maria that looks just like her, but Muriel gets arrested when Maria frames her.

Courage vs. Mecha-Courage: Di Lung feels that Courage isn't a good enough dog, and eventually builds a mechanical version of him, which replaces him in the family. 
28 "Campsite of Terror / Record Deal" February 8, 2002 (2002-02-08) 302

Campsite of Terror: Muriel, Eustace, and Courage go to a campsite for the weekend, and Muriel is kidnapped by two raccoons. Courage must save her as well as the raccoons who are trying not to be captured by Eustace, who wants to get a $50,000 reward.

Record Deal: While cleaning out her junk, Shirley finds a mystic Velvet Vic record and when she throws it out, Eustace finds it. But when he listens to it, the actual Velvet Vic comes out of the player and traps Muriel instead of him in the Velvet Vic record, so Courage must get help from Shirley who can tell him how to get Muriel out of the record. 
29 "Stormy Weather / The Sandman Sleeps" March 15, 2002 (2002-03-15) 303

Stormy Weather: A storm goddess who mistakes Courage to be her dog, Duncan, decides to take him, making Muriel furious, and the goddess' rage causes violent storms to occur. Courage must find Duncan before it's too late.

The Sandman Sleeps: The sandman is having trouble sleeping at night, so he takes Muriel's sleeping sand, causing Muriel to have insomnia. Courage must find the sandman and get her sleeping sand back. 
30 "Hard Drive Courage / The Ride of the Valkyries" June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07) 304

Hard Drive Courage: The computer develops a virus and it traps Muriel inside the computer. Courage must go into the computer world to bring her back.

The Ride of the Valkyries: While the Bagges are on holiday, three Valkyries mistake Muriel as their sister and carry her off into the sky where they will fight against the trolls on the next day. Courage sets out to win Muriel back. 
31 "Scuba Scuba Doo / Conway the Contaminationist" June 14, 2002 (2002-06-14) 305

Scuba Scuba Doo: While on a tropical island, Courage and Muriel discover a underwater city made of coral. There, they befriend the citizens. Meanwhile, Eustace informs Ma that there are small creatures living in the coral. Ma decides that the coral there can make fine wigs, and sets off to destroy the coral city and evict the creatures of their coral for her wig factory.

Conway the Contaminationist: A strange elderly man moves in with the Bagges, and he changes their lives when he assists them to live in a life of filth, causing a potential biohazard. 
32 "Katz Under the Sea / Curtain of Cruelty" June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21) 306

Katz Under the Sea: When Muriel and Courage go on a submarine on their vacation, they do not realize it is being run by one of their old enemies, Katz.

Curtain of Cruelty: When a strange pink curtain is going through Nowhere making the citizens cruel and mean, Courage finds out that all of this is caused by Old Man, who is cruel and unhappy, and wants everyone else to be cruel and unhappy. 
33 "Feast of the Bullfrogs / Tulip's Worm" June 28, 2002 (2002-06-28) 307

Feast of the Bullfrogs: Bullfrogs who have had all the water in their pond dried up start to invade the Bagges' house for water. There they enslave Courage, Muriel, and Eustace and force them to act like frogs.

Tulip's Worm: Two alien teddy bears blast the citizens out of sight when they are looking for a giant worm. Courage discovers the worm outside of the farmhouse, and it reacts whenever he plays a tuba. The space bears come to the scene, and reveal that the little worm is actually a space worm owned by an alien human-like girl named Tulip. As Muriel and the two teddy bears are eaten by the beast, Courage must take the worm to outer space before Muriel and the bears are digested.

Note: This was Lionel G. Wilson's last episode before his retirement. 
34 "So In Louvre Are We Two / Night of the Scarecrow" July 5, 2002 (2002-07-05) 308

So In Louvre Are We Two: When visiting the Louvre, Muriel is convinced that the Mona Lisa looks just like her, and they are like sisters. After the guard is convinced that it looks nothing like Muriel, he locks the museum expecting everyone to be out. Little does he know that the Bagges are trapped inside, and the paintings come to life.

Night of the Scarecrow: After leaving a county fair, the Bagges get lost through a cornfield and crash into a scarecrow. They take him home where Muriel fixes him up and makes him a mouth so he can talk. But he becomes depressed when he isn't scary enough to frighten away Muriel's attackers, so he decides to train himself to be a much stronger and scarier scarecrow. 
35 "Mondo Magic / Watch the Birdies" July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12) 309

Mondo Magic: Muriel feels she is being watched by someone, and Courage discovers a magic kit on the porch, and after doing tricks with it, a magician named Mondo comes out and shows off his magic. He is soon discovered to be a hideous creature who traps Eustace in the TV and making Muriel his bride by turning her into the same creature.

Watch the Birdies: When Muriel gets abducted by a giant mother bird, it tells her to look after its three babies or she will be eaten. Courage must aid Muriel in keeping the babies safe. 
36 "Fishy Business / Angry Nasty People" July 19, 2002 (2002-07-19) 310

Fishy Business: A fish missionary arrives at the farmhouse, believing that the Bagges are unfit to live on the land, and the fish court forces them to live in a fish bowl with gills.

Angry Nasty People: Benton Tarantella, the zombie director returns to convince the Bagges to star in his latest film Angry Nasty People
37 "Dome of Doom / Snowman's Revenge" July 26, 2002 (2002-07-26) 311

Dome of Doom: After a drought, the Bagges are unable to grow food. But when they read an ad of free food, they order it. However the plant fruits and vegetables come to life and attempt to eat the Bagges.

Snowman's Revenge: After the north pole faces heat and everything melts, the snowman creates a mechanical mitten that allows the user to produce snow at will. He moves in the Bagges's farm and freezes it, causing extreme coldness upon them. 
38 "The Quilt Club / Swindlin' Wind" August 2, 2002 (2002-08-02) 312

The Quilt Club: Muriel and Courage go to a quilt shop and meet conjoined twin sisters, and Muriel wants to be a part of their quilt club, so she goes to an extreme quilt making test to join them. But Courage starts smelling something fishy.

Swindlin' Wind: Eustace, Muriel, and Courage go to Shirley's Shop, where Muriel sees a necklace she wants. Eustace gives Shirley an oil deed for the necklace, but she realizes that it's an oil bill. Shirley gets upset for being ripped off, and casts a spell on Eustace and Muriel that causes them to swindle each other, and it's up to Courage to break the spell. 
39 "King of Flan / Courage Under the Volcano" August 9, 2002 (2002-08-09) 313

King of Flan: The King of Flan uses television to hypnotize everyone in Nowhere to eat as much flan as possible. As the citizens of Nowhere become addicted to flan, Courage must stop the King before he leads the city to a path of obesity and doom.

Courage Under the Volcano: Eustace, Muriel, and Courage crash down on an island, and is welcomed by a native chief. The citizens dress Muriel in their special native clothing so she can be sacrificed to the Volcano God, who is causing the island to shake. Courage must go inside the volcano and talk to the god before the natives drop Muriel in the volcano. 

Season 4: 2002

# Title Original airdate Production code
40 "A Beaver's Tale / The Nutcracker" September 6, 2002 (2002-09-06) 401

A Beaver's Tale: When the local river floods Nowhere, Courage must locate the source of the disaster. When it turns out that a beaver's dam is causing it, Courage helps the beaver follow his dreams rather than build dams.

The Nutcracker: The Bagges go to the junkyard to hunt for useful trash, and Courage finds a nutcracker. But two man-eating rats want to feast on Muriel and Eustace. After Eustace is captured, Courage must get Muriel away from the rats. 
41 "Rumpledkiltskin / Housecalls" September 13, 2002 (2002-09-13) 402

Rumpledkiltskin: Muriel's "Uncle Angus" invites her to Scotland, where he imprisons her and demands that she makes thousands of kilts. It's up to Courage to learn Uncle's real name and free Muriel.

Housecalls: Lonely Dr. Gerhart wants some neighbors, but his jealous old house fends them away. So he "brings" the Bagges' farm next to his house. But Gerhart's house intends on destroying the Bagges' home, and Courage has to find a way to make the house happy again. 
42 "Le Quack Balloon / Windmill Vandals" September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20) 403

Le Quack Balloon: Le Quack reappears and kidnaps Muriel and puts her on a hot air balloon. He teaches her to bungee-jump from the balloon so she can grab a Swedish ingredient for her food. But he is tricking her so he can rob the Swedish national piggy bank instead.

Windmill Vandals: Legend has it that if the Bagge windmill stops turning, the ghosts of dead vandals will return to attack everyone at the homestead. Courage and Muriel must keep the windmill moving while Eustace tries to fix it. 
43 "The Uncommon Cold / Farmer-Hunter, Farmer-Hunted" September 27, 2002 (2002-09-27) 404

The Uncommon Cold: Muriel seeks a cure for her unusual cold among some swamp-slugs enslaved by a snake named Big Bayou. The cure lies in Big Bayou's book, which Courage must steal in order to heal Muriel and free the slugs.

Farmer-Hunter, Farmer-Hunted: Eustace tries to prove that he can hunt to his dead brother, Horst. But the deer families are tired of being hunted and the father deer decides to hunt Eustace instead. Courage hosts a game show to see who gets to shoot who. 
44 "Bride of Swamp Monster / Goat Pain" October 4, 2002 (2002-10-04) 405

Bride of Swamp Monster: Muriel buys a necklace, and puts her picture inside, but she loses the pendant in a local swamp. The Swamp Monster finds it and believes Muriel is his long-lost bride. Courage must locate the real bride of the Swamp Monster, and reconcile the long-lost lovers in order to get Muriel back.

Goat Pain: Muriel sprains her back, and the only cure is a hot spring on top of Mt. Nowhere. But the peak is guarded by a super-strong goat angry at human beings for clogging the spring with trash. Courage has to get past the goat and somehow restore the spring. 
45 "Muriel Blows Up / Profiles in Courage" October 11, 2002 (2002-10-11) 406

Muriel Blows Up: A missile strikes the farm, mutating a carrot in the garden. When Muriel eats it, she begins to grow. Courage must figure out a way to get to the general and disarm the device before time runs out. The episode ends with Muriel still being fat after she and Courage save themselves from blowing up with only Eustace eating the carrot and exploded.

Profiles in Courage: Courage, Muriel and Eustace go to a county fair and have their silhouettes drawn. When the silhouettes come to life later that night and replace Muriel and Eustace, Courage must convince the creatures it's more fun to be paper than people. 
46 "The Mask" October 18, 2002 (2002-10-18) 407
A strange, dog-hating woman named Kitty, wearing a mask, appears at the Bagges' house. She recklessly starts beating Courage and she tells the Bagges that her best friend Bunny fell in love with a gangster named Mad Dog, who treats Bunny as a slave, and when she tried to flee with Bunny, she was threatened. Courage then tries to free Bunny. 
47 "Squatting Tiger, Hidden Dog / Muted Muriel" October 25, 2002 (2002-10-25) 408

Squatting Tiger, Hidden Dog: A Chinese empress wants to grind up Muriel's bones. Courage wants to save Muriel, but must pass through a series of deadly tests first.

Muted Muriel: Muriel has had enough of Eustace not listening to her, and so she decides not to talk to him again. Courage visits Shirley, and asks her if she can make her talk. 
48 "Aqua Farmer / Food of the Dragon" October 25, 2002 (2002-10-25) 409

Aqua Farmer: Unimpressed by Jojo the Dolphin's performance at a local aquarium, Eustace challenges the sea mammal to a race, losing pathetically. He demands a rematch, staking his wife as the prize of the race.

Food of the Dragon: A seafood dinner attracts a dragon who hasn't learned to fly. He's determined to eat Eustace and Muriel unless Courage can teach him to fly. 
49 "The Last of the Starmakers / Son of the Chicken from Outer Space" November 1, 2002 (2002-11-01) 410

The Last of the Starmakers: A pregnant space-faring squid who creates stars lands on the Bagge farm. Eustace wants to sell the eggs to the military for research. Courage has to save the eggs and the mother squid to keep the heavens twinkling.

Son of the Chicken from Outer Space: The three-headed son of the Chicken From Outer Space shows up, trying to fulfill a vow to destroy Courage. But Courage is more resourceful than the chicken anticipated. 
50 "Courageous Cure / Ball of Revenge" November 8, 2002 (2002-11-08) 411

Courageous Cure: A race of multi-limbed aliens arrive on Earth, seeking a cure for a virus which causes them to keep punching themselves. They experiment on Muriel and Eustace by letting them grow more hands.

Ball of Revenge: Sick of Muriel's doting on Courage, Eustace invites Katz, Le Quack, the Weremole, the Cajun Fox, the Giant Foot and the Puddle Queen to the house to destroy Courage in a game of dodgeball. 
51 "Cabaret Courage / Wrath of the Librarian" November 15, 2002 (2002-11-15) 412

Cabaret Courage: Courage, Muriel and Eustace come to "Hollowood", but after falling inside a manhole, they encounter a giant blob creature who demands entertainment and if he likes their performances, he would give out glamorous prizes.

Wrath of the Librarian: Courage finds a two year overdue book. When he decides to return it, he does not have enough money for the $10,000 fee, so the librarian casts a spell on Muriel and Eustace, turning them into the characters from the book until Courage finds enough money to pay the fee for the book. 
52 "Remembrance of Courage Past / Perfect" November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22) 413

Remembrance of Courage Past: After Courage sees a list of missing dogs, a flashback appears showing how Courage's parents got sent into outer space by an evil veterinarian. Muriel and Eustace take Courage to the same veterinarian to get him checked out. But the veterinarian plans to send Muriel and Eustace to outer space. Determined not to lose his owners like his parents, Courage runs to the control board and opens the door so Eustace and Muriel can get out of the rocket, traps the veterinarian in and launches the rocket. When the veterinarian lands on the same planet as Courage's parents and a group of other dogs, all of the dogs attack him.

Perfect: When Courage can't do anything correctly, an elderly teacher approaches him, and decides to train him strictly into becoming a perfect dog. 

References

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  2. ^ Lacey, Gord (June 29, 2010). "Cartoon Network Hall of Fame: Season 1 Press Release". TVShowsonDVD.com. http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Courage-Cowardly-Dog-Season-1-Press-Release/13990. Retrieved 2011-07-23. 
  3. ^ "Courage the Cowardly Dog Season 1". Madman.com.au. Madman Entertainment (Australia). http://www.madman.com.au/catalogue/view/8699. Retrieved 2011-07-23. 
  4. ^ "Courage the Cowardly Dog Season 2". Madman.com.au. Madman Entertainment (Australia). http://www.madman.com.au/catalogue/view/12203. Retrieved 2011-07-23. 
  5. ^ The name Zalost probably taken from the Czech word žalostsorrowfulness

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