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.
Courage’s mysterious past comes to light when his parents were forcibly sent to space by a cruel veterinarian. When Muriel and Eustace notice he is not responding, still haunted by that treacherous event, they take him to the same vet that sent his parents into space, unaware that the vet is now going to send […]
Courage finds a two-year overdue book. When he decides to return it, he does not have enough money for the $10,000 fee. The librarian then 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.
Courage and his owners come to “Hollowood”. But after falling inside a manhole, they encounter a giant fetus-like being who demands entertainment. He explains to them that if he likes their performances, he will give out glamorous prizes. Courage must find the beast’s true self through his heart.
A pregnant space-faring squid who creates stars lands on the farm. Eustace plans to sell her eggs to the military for research. Courage has to save the eggs and the mother squid to keep the heavens twinkling.
A strange, dog-hating woman of unknown origin named Kitty, wearing a mask and a white robe, appears at the farmhouse. 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 her […]
Courage and his owners 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 is more fun to be paper than people.
Muriel sprains her back and the only cure is a hot spring on top of Mt. Nowhere. The peak is guarded by a super-powerful goat angry at people for clogging the spring with trash. Courage has to get past the goat and somehow restore the spring.
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.
Eustace tries to prove that he can hunt like his deceased 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.
Muriel seeks a cure for her 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.
Le Quack 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.
A lonely scientist named Dr. Gerhart wants neighbors, but his sentient house, who is very old and envious, fends them away. He brings the farmhouse next to his house with music, but Gerhart’s house intends on destroying the farmhouse out of sheer jealousy and wants Gerhart all to itself. Courage has to find a way […]
Courage and his owners go to the junkyard to hunt for useful trash, and Courage finds a nutcracker. Two man-eating rats want to feast on Muriel and Eustace. After Eustace is captured, Courage must get Muriel away from the rats.