A pair of married criminals are on the run and they camp next to the farmhouse, with one of them eventually assuming Muriel’s identity, which leads to Muriel being framed and arrested. Courage must clear Muriel’s name.
Katz is determined on winning the Nowhere Sweet-Stuff contest and kidnaps Muriel in order to get her secret recipe. Meanwhile, Courage must defeat Katz in a staring contest. It will take a surprising hero to come to both Courage and Muriel’s rescue and save the day.
Di Lung, a young Chinese American inventor who is experimenting, turns Courage into a fly. Courage soon must figure out how to save the farmhouse, still in fly-form, before a giant satellite falls on it.
After a drought, Courage and his owners are unable to grow food. But when they read an advertisement of free food, they order it. However, the plant fruits and vegetables are carnivorous and attempt to eat them.
Dr. Zalost, an extremely depressed and misunderstood professor, is incapable of dealing with his sorrowful condition by himself. Overcome by his jealousy of other people’s happiness, he lashes out at Nowhere, firing unhappy cannonballs out of his walking tower and plummets the entire town into a state of depression. To gain happiness, he seeks economic […]
When Courage cannot do anything correctly, the “teacher” approaches him, who is the manifestation of Courage’s own doubts and insecurities that have plagued him. She trains him strictly into becoming a perfect dog, but in the end, Courage learns that there is no such thing as perfect. Later, as the episode concludes, it is implied […]
A strange, dog-hating woman of an unknown origin named Kitty, wearing a mask and a white robe, appears at the farm. She recklessly starts beating Courage with various items. Thinking that Kitty is just Courage’s friend playing around with him, Muriel invites her over to the farmhouse to stay for a while. Kitty explains that […]
While a sick Muriel stays home on the couch, Eustace takes Courage with him and they go out for hamburgers at a local diner run by a seemingly friendly couple of pigs. Wandering into their basement, however, Courage begins to think that it may not be cow’s meat being served there.
A pair of “cat burglars” heist a precious, ancient slab, and are confronted with the ghost of its Egyptian owner, King Ramses. Torn from their hands by Ramses’ curse, the slab happens upon the farmhouse. When Eustace is greedily unwilling to part with such a valuable treasure as informed by Professor Frith, the Pharaoh’s ghost […]
Courage and his owners go to New York City for Muriel to perform at Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center. A giant cockroach named Shwick offers to let them stay at his place until the show. Shwick forces Courage to fetch an “evil package” for him, or he will release his deadly pet to […]
The sun is about to go out, so Courage and his owners go to outer space to fix it. Meanwhile, a tiny space-dwelling creature named Mustafa al Bacterius goes inside Muriel’s brain and starts making her go insane so that their mission ends up disastrous. He wants them to fail, because he along with all […]
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 (and become horribly overweight), Courage must stop the King before he leads the city to a path of obesity and doom.
Now fried and headless, Courage’s first nemesis, the alien chicken, comes back to Earth. The alien chicken kidnaps Muriel, attempting to plug off Muriel’s head and place her head into its own body, but fails when Courage intervenes. The chicken soon gains Eustace’s head instead, takes its spaceship, and tries various times to destroy Courage […]
Courage seeks a cure for Muriel’s unusual cold among some swamp-slugs enslaved by a snake named Big Bayou from Yoruba Mythology. The cure lies in Big Bayou’s book, which Courage must steal in order to heal Muriel and free the slugs.
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.
A fungus on Eustace’s foot gains sentience and consumes him whole, becoming a quintet of old-fashioned mobsters (The “Big Toe” being a caricature of Edward G. Robinson). With his beloved Muriel threatened by the crushing extortion of the infections gangsters, Courage races for a cure.
While Courage and his owners are 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 Courage and his owners are […]