Courage now has to retrieve her before the battle against the trolls. She 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. Courage wants to save Muriel, but he must pass through a series of deadly tests first. Learning the director's dark intent, Courage scrambles to prevent a ravenous resurrection. Muriel is the only family member left who knows how to make it. Unfortunately, Jeeves soon begins sucking Eustace and Muriel's lives away. Courage Meets Bigfoot: A reward is offered for Bigfoot's capture, filling Eustace with a greedy bloodlust.
Le Quack switches the cookbook to a Swedish cookbook when she is not looking, the cookie recipe now requires vinegar that is only in Sweden. The beaver's tale constantly hitting the dam eventually breaks it. Once Courage and Muriel get to a body of water in the jungle, another dragon appears, who is friendly because he is a water dragon who just eats seafood. Note: This is the final appearance of Ma Bagge. After Eustace is captured, Courage must get Muriel away from the rats. Eustace refuses to go to Scotland, because he hates Scotland. He says the hole in the Ozone Layer melted them and the North Pole.
Courage must get the mix-up straightened out so Muriel can be exonerated. When Muriel eats it, she begins to grow. 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. But the deer families are tired of being hunted and the father deer decides to hunt Eustace instead. Courage Under the Volcano: While on vacation a tribe brings Muriel to a volcano to sacrifice her to the volcano god. Tulip's Worm: Two alien teddy bears blast the citizens out of sight when they are looking for a giant worm.
Dillard, and Brian Clark January 21, 2000 2000-01-21 A pair of thieves heist a precious, ancient slab, and are confronted with the spirit of its Egyptian owner,. Muriel is getting ready to bake cookies when he arrives and is using a cookbook. The Ride of the Valkyries: During a vacation to a viking location, Muriel is mistaken as the leader of a group of vikings! Muriel is transforming, and Courage tries to get Dr. Bauer Dave Simons January 28, 2000 2000-01-28 A hideous yet kind-hearted seeks refuge from the cold, rainy night. The cure lies in Big Bayou's book, which Courage must steal in order to heal Muriel and free the slugs. Muriel and Eustace then attend a concert in a local karaoke-type place to watch Courage and the beaver play their instruments. Eustace is the star because he's very mean.
But when he listens to it, the actual Velvet Vic comes out of the player and traps Muriel in the record. Courage looks for Duncan and finally finds him in a sewer licking the God Bone. The Precious, Wonderful, Adorable, Lovable Duckling: Inadvertently hatched by Eustace, a tiny duckling mistakes the farmer for his mother, and grows fiercely protective. Using a computer camera, Courage sees a carrot robot. Courage finds that whenever the windmill stops. The snake goes away by the time the mother vulture gets back.
The scarecrow then tries to scare away birds and aliens, but no luck. Queen of the Black Puddle: A single puddle remains eerily behind after a dark rainstorm, hiding a terrible secret. Something appears to be wrong when Muriel and Eustace see Courage just sitting there, so they take him to the same evil vet. Meanwhile a tiny space-dwelling creature named Vastabael Backjurius goes inside Muriel's brain and starts making her go insane so that their mission ends up disastrous because he wants them to fail, because he along with all the other aliens see all Earthlings abusing their planets, because all aliens like the dark. In each episode, the trio are thrown into bizarre and frequently disturbing misadventures, often involving the paranormal or supernatural. Perfect : Eustace is sick and tired of how Courage constantly doing things wrong.
Although Muriel loves Courage, Eustace loves to tease him and scare him. Gerhart wants some neighbors, but his old and envious house fends them away. He puts a huge pole in their house, and it will blot out the sun, making it snow everywhere. Courage visits Shirley and asks her if she can make her talk. . Dilworth March 23, 2000 2000-03-23 Now fried and headless, Courage's first nemesis, the alien chicken, comes back to Earth for his head.
Courage gets the book and cures Muriel. 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. Mega Muriel the Magnificent: A thunderstorm causes Courage's computer to come to life. While Eustace, Muriel, and Courage are buying meats at the market, the wave hits. He wants her to come to Scotland and make a kilt for him. A salesman comes to Courage, Muriel, and Eustace's home to set up dome on top of their house so produce will grow there.
Eustace gets to keep some of it. Meanwhile, Courage must defeat Katz in a staring contest. Muriel says she has to face reality, but she reveals that Muriel has been sneaking food, and Eustace can't fix every thing like he says he can. He finds his glasses in there. There, they befriend the citizens. The whole town of Nowhere gets hypnotized. Angry that Eustace ripped her off, Shirley casts a spell on both him and Muriel that causes them to swindle each other.
The bullfrogs, thinking it's appetizers, stick their tongues to it, but Courage turns the fan on which whirls the tongues around and Courage holds their tongues and tosses them away. Dome of Doom: After a drought, the Bagges are unable to grow food. Record Deal: While spring cleaning, Shirley finds a mystic Velvet Vic record. 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. She trains him strictly into becoming a perfect dog, but in the end, Courage learns that there is no such thing as perfect. Overcome by his jealousy of others'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.