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Now for the good news :) I'm going to be sorting the episodes into seasons for more organized viewing. This won't happen, however, until I have uploaded all the episodes I have.
Thanks to everyone who likes my website!
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Courage The protagonist of the show, a pink fuchsia dog, as stated in the opening credits, he was abadoned as a puppy and left in an alley, he was eventually found by a young Muriel Bagge who took him in. He is tagged as a "cowardly dog", although, whenever any supernatural forces threaten Muriel and Eustace, he usually acts as the reluctant hero. He is recognized for his trademark scream of complete terror. Courage also has the quality of never giving up. Courage also has a compassionate side, often showing kindness and friendship to monsters and creatures shunned by the rest of society. Courage speaks in standard English to the viewer, but when he wants to convey a message to the other characters of the series, he usually acts out the message while blabbering in high-pithced incoherent gibberish.
Courage's sweet, innocent, Scotish-accented, unassuming, owner, she is a hospitable grandmother like figure, and also loves to cook and clean and to sit in her old-fashioned rocking chair, she also cares very much for Courage. A episode typically features her geting captured or threatend in some way, and Courage is usually the one to rescue her. Muriel also enjoys playing the sitar. It was revealed in "Dr. Le Quack: Amnesia Specialist" that she once had red hair. Muriel was originally voiced by Billie Lou Watt, and was replaced by Thea White
A cruel, greedy, anti-social, bad-tempered, farmer, and the stereotypical husband of Muriel, Eustace dislikes Courage, usually pulling numerous cruel jokes, he usually refers to courage as a "stupid dog", A recurring gag in the series involves Eustace putting on a hideous looking mask and yells "Ooga Booga Booga!" and scares Courage, and Muriel hits him over the head with a rolling pin. Eustace has horrible luck, a episode typically ends leaving him in numerous predicaments. (Such as being blasted to the moon, eaten, zapped, mummified, transformed, possessed, or other misfortunes). Eustace is extremely selfish, never willing to give up his trademark red recliner to anyone. Eustace also has a very love-hate relationship with his Mother, nicknamed "Ma", Eustace will also spend hours watching his dated television set. Eustace is also bitter, and also a horrible farmer, never being able to grow one single plant. Eustace also loves money, going to great links to attain it. He is also bald, wearing a green-hat to cover up his head. "Dr. Le Quack: Amnesia Specialist" reveals that he considers Muriel to be his "slave woman". Lionel Wilson, the original voice of Eustace, died in a transition from the show's seasons. Lionel had retired from the show after a lengthy illness, and was replaced as Eustace's voice by Arthur Anderson
In most episodes, one or more characters portrayed as the "bad guy" are introduced. Occasionally the "bad guy" is brought back in a future episode.
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