Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999–2002)
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Fishy Business/Angry Nasty People 

"Fishy Business" The Family is judged to be uncivilized by a tribunal of fishionaries, and are sent off to be re-educated as water-dwellers. They are forced to learn to breathe underwater, ... See full summary »

Director:

John Dilworth (as John R. Dilworth)

Writers:

John Dilworth (created by) (as John R. Dilworth), Bruce Wilpon | 7 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marty Grabstein Marty Grabstein ... Courage (voice)
Arthur Anderson ... Eustace Bagge (voice)
Thea White ... Muriel Bagge (voice)
Jon Adams Jon Adams ... (voice)
Ashley Paige Albert Ashley Paige Albert ... (voice) (as Ashley Albert)
Michael Allinson Michael Allinson ... (voice)
Jason Antoon ... (voice)
Snezana Bogdanovic ... (voice)
Fran Brill Fran Brill ... (voice)
Todd Cummings Todd Cummings ... (voice)
John Dilworth John Dilworth ... Nowhere Newsman (voice) (as John R. Dilworth)
Peter Fernandez ... Benton Tarentella (voice)
Babi Floyd ... (voice)
Rod P. Houston Rod P. Houston ... (voice)
Judy Kaye ... (voice)

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"Fishy Business" The Family is judged to be uncivilized by a tribunal of fishionaries, and are sent off to be re-educated as water-dwellers. They are forced to learn to breathe underwater, swim around and eat fish food. Courage has to find a way to get them back to their life on land. "Angry Nasty People" Tarantella returns, desperate for a hit TV series. He offers the Family roles in his new show "Angry Nasty People." All they have to do is act mean. They agree, and the Farmer shines as his nastiness is encouraged. Later, Tarantella explains this is a "special" camera. It's been recording the Farmer's true essence - his meanness - and has turned it into Mr. Nasty, the embodiment of all the Farmer's nastiness. Mr. Nasty becomes the star of the show, which becomes a hit, and the Family becomes miserable. Courage has to do something. Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

19 July 2002 (USA) See more »

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Stretch Films See more »
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