List of T.U.F.F. Puppy episodes

This is a list of episodes for Nickelodeon's animated television series, T.U.F.F. Puppy. The first two seasons consist of 26 episodes and the third season consists of 8 episodes, for a total of 60 episodes. On October 20, 2013, new episodes now air on Nicktoons.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates) Network
First aired Last aired
1 26[1] October 2, 2010 May 27, 2012 Nickelodeon
2 26 May 13, 2012 August 9, 2013
October 20, 2013 May 17, 2014 Nicktoons
3 8 July 26, 2014 April 4, 2015[2]

Episode list

Season 1 (2010–12)

This season contained 26 episodes. The season's finale "Lie Like A Dog / Cold Fish" has been produced in high definition.

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Title Original air date Production Code U.S. viewers
11"Purr-fect Partners / Doom-mates"[3]October 2, 2010 (2010-10-02)1013.6[4]

"Purr-fect Partners": Dudley Puppy is now an recruited agent of the super-secret undercover organization Turbo Undercover Fighting Force (T.U.F.F.) and his reluctant new partner, Kitty Katswell. The heroic super agents team up to stop Verminious Snaptrap, D.O.O.M.'s ill-mannered supreme leader, from enslaving all of the rats in Petropolis. Together Dudley and Kitty promise to be quite an imposing crime-fighting duo.

"Doom-mates": When Kitty's life is in danger, it's up to Dudley to save his crime-fighting sidekick from the villainous Chameleon. Unfortunately one problem remains: who will protect Kitty from Dudley's unique brand of "protection?"
22"Cruisin' for a Bruisin' / Puppy Love"[3]October 9, 2010 (2010-10-09)1044.2
"Cruisin' for a Bruisin'": To distract Dudley from bothering her on T.U.F.F.'s vacation cruise, Kitty lies and tells him that they are on a stakeout. Little does she know, Snaptrap and his iceberg of D.O.O.M. are actually headed right for their cruise ship.
"Puppy Love": Dudley gets a crush for the new temp at T.U.F.F., Fifi Oui Oui. Kitty and Keswick help him woo her before realizing it's the Chameleon in disguise bent on destroying T.U.F.F headquarters for good.
33"Mall Rat / Operation: Happy Birthday"[3]October 16, 2010 (2010-10-16)102N/A
"Mall Rat": After spending time in prison, Snaptrap convinces the T.U.F.F. agents that he wants to shed his acts of villainy. Kitty remains unconvinced even when Snaptrap goes on a "good deed" spree and gives out free goodies to the citizens of Petropolis. When Snaptrap reveals his true intentions and launches the crowded Petropolis mall into the sun, it's up to Kitty to save them from imminent danger.
"Operation: Happy Birthday": Dudley is determined to give Kitty the best birthday of her life, so he plans a surprise party at T.U.F.F. HQ and give her what she's always wanted: to defeat a bad guy during her special day. But the festivities are threatened when the crime-busting duo's latest mission requires them to stop Snaptrap's plan to rid the world of cheese with a giant cheese magnet.
44"Toast of T.U.F.F. / Share-A-Lair"[3]October 23, 2010 (2010-10-23)1054.7[5]
"Toast of T.U.F.F": Keswick invents an artificial intelligence toaster capable of doing much more than making perfect toast. When R.I.T.A. malfunctions and goes out of control, it's up to Dudley and Kitty to save the citizens of Petropolis.
"Share-A-Lair": In an ironic twist, T.U.F.F. and D.O.O.M. are forced to share their HQs after destroying each other's headquarters. Before completely obliterating each other, T.U.F.F. and D.O.O.M. agents realize it's the Chameleon who has turned them against each other in an effort to further his own ambitions of domination(and to also get revenge on D.O.O.M. for not inviting the Chameleon to their Ice Cream parties).
55"Snapnapped / Mom-A-Geddon"[3]November 6, 2010 (2010-11-06)103N/A
"Snapnapped": Keswick is convinced by Snaptrap to build D.O.O.M. a new doomsday device, after he starts feeling that T.U.F.F. can't show empathy.
"Mom-A-Geddon": Dudley hasn't told his overprotective mother, Peg Puppy, that he is a T.U.F.F. super spy. However, when the maniacal genius Bird Brain takes Peg prisoner, Dudley must save her and, in the process, reveal his career as a crime-fighting agent.
66"Dog Daze / Internal Affairs"[3]November 27, 2010 (2010-11-27)1063.9[6]
"Dog Daze": Snaptrap is convinced that he will never be able to reach his goal of supremacy over Petropolis as long as Dudley works for T.U.F.F. Snaptrap hatches a plan—to make Dudley act so crazy that Chief will be forced to fire him.
"Internal Affairs": When Dudley is accidentally shrunk to the size of a flea, he convinces Chief to be his partner on one last "tiny" super secret mission. However, he questions Chief's judgement when they are both devoured by Chameleon.
77"Chilly Dog / The Doomies"[3]November 27, 2010 (2010-11-27)1073.7[6]
"Chilly Dog": Things get frosty when Dudley and Kitty's latest secret mission requires that the crime-fighting duo go undercover as ice skaters after the world's greatest figure skaters are kidnapped. To get in it will involve some crossdressing...
"The Doomies": Disguised as super villains, Dudley and Kitty attend the "Doomie Awards," an award show in which villains show off some of their pesky and evil moves. Once again, it's up to the fearless heroes to foil each crime before their identities are discovered.
88"Watch Dog / Dog Dish"[3]January 15, 2011 (2011-01-15)110N/A
"Watch Dog": Using a time travel watch, Dudley tries to go back to the past to outwit Kitty for the last doughnut left in the T.U.F.F. snack room...or know every answer in second grade. However, Dudley somehow accidentally alters the course of time and creates Petropolis in which the malevolent Snaptrap rules and everyone at the agency works for him it is up to Dudley to save Petropolis.
"Dog Dish": Dudley's forced to wear an amplified sound neck cone to keep from scratching his butt. When he finally stops sulking, Dudley discovers an ingenious way to use the cone to his advantage to save Kitty from an invisible Snaptrap's horde of dangerous villains.
99"Thunder Dog / Snap Dad"[3]February 12, 2011 (2011-02-12)1084.2[7]
"Thunder Dog": Kitty helps Dudley to get rid of his fear of thunder in order to stop Bird Brain from using his thunder cannon, Thunderbird, to bury Petropolis in an avalanche by using a necklace.
"Snap Dad": Snaptrap and Dudley's mother, Peg, have fallen in love. Things could not get any worse, or so Dudley thinks, until Snaptrap is inspired by his new girlfriend to turn a new leaf upside down and becomes the newest member of T.U.F.F.
1010"Iron Mutt / The Wrong Stuff"[3]February 26, 2011 (2011-02-26)1094.0[8]
"Iron Mutt": Keswick builds a large body suit that Dudley wore, and refuse to take off, to make him Petropolis's most popular hero, but when all the fame gets to his head, it is up to Kitty to deflate his huge body and save Petropolis.
"The Wrong Stuff": Kitty's old partner, Jack Rabbit, tries to recruit Kitty to work for him at his new secret agency S.T.U.F.F. Dudley doesn't trust Jack and saves Kitty from his evil clutches in the nick of time.
1111"Forget Me Mutt / Mind Trap"[3]April 9, 2011 (2011-04-09)111N/A
"Forget Me Mutt": Dudley is the only T.U.F.F. agent who overhears Snaptrap's latest diabolical plan. Unfortunately, he develops a form of amnesia which has him believing he's the Chief, Kitty, Keswick, and Snaptrap. Kitty is left to thwart D.O.O.M.'s latest evil plan.
"Mind Trap": Dudley, Kitty, and Keswick try on a mind-reading helmet and are insulted by Chief's secret opinion of them. Snaptrap steals the mind-reading helmet, goes on a wild crime spree and kidnaps Chief.
1212"Frisky Business / Hot Dog"[3]August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13)1142.9
"Frisky Business": Peg goes out of town for a few days, leaving Dudley on his own for the first time in his whole life! Dudley can't wait – he'll get to do all the things he doesn't do!
"Hot Dog" Dudley's entered the Petropolis Dog Show, but when his finely coiffed fur interferes with his ability to be a T.U.F.F. agent and gets Kitty once again in trouble with the Chameleon, he'll have to make an epic choice: save Kitty or win the coveted pageant prize – his own personal mailman!
1313"Kid Stuff / Super Duper Crime Busters"[3]August 13, 2011 (2011-08-13)1122.8
"Kid Stuff": After discovering a long-forgotten T.U.F.F. rule that prohibits agents from using their blasters in the presence of children, Snaptrap begins bringing kids to the scene of all of his crimes. By disguising Keswick as a beloved children's TV star, Dudley and Kitty are able to lure the kids to safety and foil Snaptrap's plan.
"Super Duper Crime Busters": A documentary-style TV show spends a day profiling T.U.F.F. and its super-star agents, but much to the agents' embarrassment, the television crew arrives on the most boring day at T.U.F.F. Can the T.U.F.F. agents make the television crew impressed in T.U.F.F., or will the television crew consider T.U.F.F. the most boring agency?
1414"Disobedience School / The Dog Who Cried Fish"[3]August 16, 2011 (2011-08-16)115N/A
"Disobedience School": The T.U.F.F. agents are excited to go to Lava Land, until they learn about Snaptrap's new school for criminals. Dudley must go undercover and infiltrate the new school – while the rest of the T.U.F.F. agents have a fun time at Lava Land!
"The Dog Who Cried Fish": It's Dudley's turn to pick up the office lunch, but it goes horribly awry when he reels up from the water an insane fish named the Caped Cod, who not only wants to rule the "Above Water", but also destroy Dudley whom he thinks is the king!
1515"The Rat Pack / Booby Trap"[3]August 19, 2011 (2011-08-19)117N/A
"The Rat Pack": When Keswick's cloning machine ends up in the wrong hands, Petropolis is overrun by Snaptraps looting and destroying everything in their path! Things look pretty desperate for T.U.F.F. when Snaptrap sends his clone army to destroy them, but Dudley has a few tricks up his sleeve, including a few extra Dudleys!
"Booby Trap": Bird Brain's discovery that he is the last blue-bottomed booby in Petropolis lands him on the endangered species list and, unfortunately, off T.U.F.F.'s "Most Wanted" list as they are not allowed to touch him with his newly acquired status! Will Dudley and Kitty be forced to sit idly by as Bird Brain plunders the town? Knowing Dudley and Kitty, not for long!
1616"Snappy Campers / Lucky Duck"[3]September 17, 2011 (2011-09-17)1193.6
"Snappy Campers": Determined to avenge his youth, Snaptrap has returned to Camp Itchy-Owie-Boo-Boo to win the coveted "Camp Champ" award by any means necessary and by cheating! Dudley and Kitty go undercover as campers, but foiling Snaptrap may just push him to do something even more diabolical!
"Lucky Duck": Dudley's favorite TV host, Quacky the Duck, attempts to get rid of the chairman to avenge the cancellation of his show.
1717"The Curse of King Mutt / Bored of Education"[9]October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)118N/A
"The Curse of King Mutt": Protecting the King Mutt exhibit at the Natural History Museum from all the fiends who want to steal King Mutt's jewel encrusted bone scepter proves to be a lot more challenging than Dudley and Kitty expected. Especially because Dudley can't fight his uncontrollable urge to bury it!
"Bored of Education": Playing it safe at Career Day turns out to be the most dangerous thing Dudley and Kitty ever do! When the Chameleon entices an entire class of first graders into a life of crime, Dudley and Kitty must convince them that even though being a good guy means following the rules.
1818"Guard Dog / Dog Save the Queen"[10]October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)120N/A
"Guard Dog": When the Chameleon witnesses Snaptrap committing a crime in a neighboring town, he agrees to testify against him. It's up to Dudley to keep the Chameleon safe from Snaptrap on the long train ride to Petsburgh! But who will keep Dudley safe from the Chameleon's weird habits?
"Dog Save the Queen": When the Chameleon threatens to relieve the Queen of England of her Crown Jewels, Dudley and Kitty are called in to assist B.U.F.F. – the British Undercover Fighting Force. But rooting out the Chameleon in a strange land proves to be quite challenging, especially with the language barrier! Thus they must keep the Chameleon in England because they weren't assisted by S.C.U.F.F., R.U.F.F. or G.R.U.F.F. to go after him.
1919"Doom and Gloom / Law and Odor"[11]November 26, 2011 (2011-11-26)116N/A
"Doom and Gloom": Larry has finally snapped under Snaptrap's ruthless authority and forms his own evil agency, dubbed G.L.O.O.M. – Genius Larry's Order Of Mayhem. Much to Dudley and Kitty's chagrin, it turns out Larry is better than Snaptrap at being bad!
"Law and Odor": Petropolis' worst smelling villain, the Stink Bug, has returned to make life odorous for T.U.F.F. Keswick has a cold and Dudley's super sensitive snout is rendering him helpless. T.U.F.F. needs a plan and fast, before the Stink Bug turns Petropolis into a cesspool of stench!
2020"A Doomed Christmas"[12]December 10, 2011 (2011-12-10)121N/A
Petropolis' villains team up to hijack Christmas. Dudley and Kitty need to stop them and save Santa and his elves before midnight or nobody can get presents this year!
2121"Big Dog on Campus / Dog's Best Friend"January 16, 2012 (2012-01-16)122N/A
"Big Dog on Campus": Dudley and Kitty go undercover at Dudley's high school reunion to stop an unknown villain from blowing up the reunion.
"Dog's Best Friend": Snaptrap sends a killer robot to destroy T.U.F.F., but Dudley finds it and befriends it.
2222"Mission: Really Big Mission"March 31, 2012 (2012-03-31)113N/A

While in a mission in space, Dudley accidentally causes the new T.U.F.F-Turbo-Laser to break into 3 pieces. Snaptrap wants the laser for himself so he can heat up all the corn in the earth's "corn belt" and raise the prices for movie popcorn so that he and D.O.O.M can get rich quick. However, Snaptrap does not know that using the laser to heat the corn belt will result in the earth's total destruction. The race is on as Dudley and Kitty travel to the ocean floor, into a volcano miles below the surface of the earth, and to a suburban house outside of Petropolis, in order to try to get all 3 pieces of the laser back before Snaptrap does.

Note: This is the first half-hour special.
2323"Monkey Business / Diary of a Mad Cat"April 21, 2012 (2012-04-21)125N/A
"Monkey Business": A popular boy band need T.U.F.F. to protect them, but Dudley is no fan of theirs.
"Diary of a Mad Cat": Dudley erroneously leaks out Kitty's diary in a mass e-mail, exposing her vulnerabilities to her foes.
2424"Dudley Do-Wrong / Puppy Unplugged"May 6, 2012 (2012-05-06)123N/A
"Dudley Do-Wrong": The Chameleon poses as the mayor and shuts down T.U.F.F.
"Puppy Unplugged": Birdbrain cuts out the power to Petropolis and eradicates technology.
2525"Top Dog / Quack in the Box"May 20, 2012 (2012-05-20)124N/A
"Top Dog": While Dudley overzealously takes over for a sick Chief, the Fiendish League of Potential Perpetrators, or F.L.O.P.P. for short, attempts to make their crime debut!
"Quack in the Box": Quacky and the Sharing Moose are back to get revenge on Dudley for putting them in jail. They open a fast food chain and try to frame Dudley for taking out the competition!
2626"Lie Like A Dog / Cold Fish"May 27, 2012 (2012-05-27)1262.3[13]
"Lie Like A Dog": Dudley constantly lies about having a dentist appointment to get out of work at T.U.F.F., but he ends up stopping villains while he is relaxing, and he has to conceal his identity when he is caught on camera, and he can't claim the rewards he is offered for fear of exposure.
"Cold Fish": The deranged Caped Cod has escaped and vows to destroy Petropolis by melting the Rhode Island-sized Ice Bird Iceberg and flooding the city. Dudley's not sure who the real enemy is – the Caped Cod or the pants Dudley has to wear to stay warm enough to defeat him.

Season 2 (2012–14)

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Title Original air date Production Code U.S. viewers
271"Freaky Spy Day / Dog Tired"May 13, 2012202N/A
"Freaky Spy Day": Dudley overhears a voicemail message from Kitty's old partner, Jack Rabbit, asking her to meet up, but Dudley's convinced that he's up to no good. Using a brain switching device, Dudley switches brains with Kitty and spends the day with Jack in Kitty's body.
"Dog Tired": When Snaptrap gets his hands on a Dream Destroyer, he plans on using it on to make Dudley's dreams so good he never wants to wake up.
282"Pup Daddy / Candy Cane-ine"June 3, 20122012.1
"Pup Daddy": Dudley accidentally turns the T.U.F.F. agents into teenagers, kids, and babies with Keswick's Young Gun.
"Candy Cane-ine": A candy maker enlists T.U.F.F.'s help to test his security system he's using to protect his new top secret candy, The Atomic Bomb Pop.
293"Bark to the Future / Lights, Camera, Quacktion"October 13, 20122051.8[14]
"Bark to the Future": Keswick is working on an invention that will allow the T.U.F.F. agents to see the Chameleon no matter what he turns into. In an effort to get his hands on the invention, the Chameleon turns into Dudley and convinces him that he's future Dudley.
"Lights, Camera, Quacktion": Quacky the Duck and the Sharing Moose cast the TUFF agents in their latest movie called "Not a Real Movie," in a genius plot to get the agents to steal gold and frame them.
304"Happy Howl-O-Ween"October 27, 20122101.6[15]

"Happy Howl-O-Ween": Dudley and Kitty try to stop Snaptrap, The Chameleon, and Bird Brain from ruining Halloween.

Note: T.U.F.F. Puppy went on hiatus in America after this episode aired.
315"Bark to Nature / Mutts and Bolts[16]"August 5, 2013[16]2131.9[17]

"Bark to Nature": After getting information of Snaptrap stealing picnic baskets in Yellowbone Park, the T.U.F.F. agents use Keswick's new RV to drive to Yellowbone Park and stop Snaptrap.
"Mutts and Bolts": After getting struck by lightning, Dudley can now predict the future.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Italy and Poland before airing in the US.
326"Dog House / Time Waits for No Mutt[18]"August 6, 2013[18]2031.6[17]

"Dog House": Snaptrap tries to get close to Dudley under the disguise of a new roommate!
"Time Waits for No Mutt": After always being constantly late, Dudley is warned by The Chief that if he's late one more time he is fired. So Dudley must try to get to work on time but the villains plan to stop him at all costs.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Germany, Southeast Asia, Russia, Spain, Italy, Greece and Poland before airing in the US.
337"Mud with Power / Legal Beagle"August 7, 2013 (2013-08-07)2191.6[17]
"Mud With Power": Dudley wants to be in charge of something, so he orders creatures called Mudbuglets. Then they evolve and team up with Snaptrap to defeat Dudley.
"Legal Beagle": Dudley decides to follow a book filled with stupid laws. Meanwhile, Bird Brain, The Chameleon, and Snaptrap plan to blow up T.U.F.F. since it is legal.
348"Hush Puppy / Quacky Birthday"August 8, 2013 (2013-08-08)2091.8[17]

"Hush Puppy": Kitty, Keswick and The Chief can't support that Dudley yells all the time, so Keswick decides to put Dudley on a special collar that blocks his voice.
"Quacky Birthday": Just a few days until Dudley's birthday, both Quacky the Duck and Sharing Moose come to offer a false place to celebrate his birthday.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Italy, Greece and Poland before airing in the US.
359"Sheep Dog / Mom's Away"August 9, 2013 (2013-08-09)[19]2231.4[17]

"Sheep Dog": Dudley goes undercover as a lady sheep to catch the Chameleon.
"Mom's Away": T.U.F.F. gets information that Snaptrap has taken all the mothers.

Note: This was the last episode to premiere on Nickelodeon, future episode would instead start airing on Nicktoons.
3610"Love Bird / Bluff Puppy"October 20, 2013 (2013-10-20) (Nicktoons)[20]2040.3[21]

"Love Bird": Bird Brain invents the "Lovey-Dovey-Kissy-Smoochy" gun, a device that makes his target fall madly in love with him, and give him whatever he wants. He tests it at the First Petropolis Bank, where he attempts to put the bank's loan manager Becky under his spell, but Dudley shields her from the blast and he winds up falling in love with Bird Brain instead.
"Bluff Puppy": F.L.O.P.P. returns to commit crimes with the help of a buffalo named Bluffalo, who just lies about committing crimes, rather than committing them at all.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Germany, Southeast Asia, Russia, Spain, Italy, Greece and Poland before airing in the US.
3711"Rat Trap / Agent of the Year"October 27, 2013 (2013-10-27) (Nicktoons)2070.2[22]

"Rat Trap": Dudley and Kitty take pity on Snaptrap and plan a staged arrest at the Snaptrap family reunion.
"Agent of the Year": Dudley and Kitty find out they've made the same number of arrests and are tied for the Agent of the Year award, so they both go on an arresting-spree to see who will win the award.

Note: This episode was originally scheduled to air on October 20, 2012, but it was pulled due to a last minute scheduling change. However, it aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Italy, Greece and Poland before airing in the US.[23]
3812"Barking Tall / Bad Eggs"[24]November 3, 2013 (2013-11-03) (Nicktoons)2120.3[25]

"Barking Tall": Dudley wants to be taller, so he uses Keswick's Growth spray.
"Bad Eggs": Bird Brain steals eggs from the delivery ward of a hospital to hatch them with his evil incubator, thus getting a new army.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Russia, Italy and Poland before airing in the US.
3913"Carbon Copies / TUFF Cookies"[24]November 10, 2013 (2013-11-10) (Nicktoons)2140.2[26]

"Carbon Copies": Dudley is playing in Keswick's imagination station, but when he leaves the door open, his imaginations escape and cause havoc in Petropolis.
"TUFF Cookies": As Dudley is sad because he has never been a spokesman, he accepts to be in Quacky the Duck's commercial for his new cookie brand "Animal Quackers".

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Russia, Italy and Poland before airing in the US.
4014"Subliminal Criminal / Acting T.U.F.F.[27]"November 17, 2013 (2013-11-17) (Nicktoons)2150.2[28]
"Subliminal Criminal": Dudley drinks Keswick's formula to understand criminal minds.
"Acting T.U.F.F.": Dudley's favorite actor Woodchuck Norris comes to make a movie at T.U.F.F.
4115"Close Encounters of the Doomed Kind / Golden Retriever"December 27, 2013 (2013-12-27) (Nicktoons)[29]2060.2[30]

"Close Encounters of the Doomed Kind": Snaptrap steals an alien ship and uses its weapons to wreak havoc on Petropolis.
"Golden Retriever": D.O.O.M. search for a gold nugget in a town from the Old West, and their actions could result in the town collapsing.

Note: This episode was originally scheduled to air on December 8, 2012, but it was pulled due to a last minute scheduling change. However, it aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Russia, Italy, Greece and Poland before airing in the US.
4216"'Til Doom Do Us Part"February 14, 2014 (2014-02-14) (Nicktoons)[31]211N/A

Snaptrap, D.O.O.M, and The Chameleon are stealing gifts at weddings. Dudley and Kitty must marry in an attempt to stop them.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Italy, Russia and Poland before airing in the US.
4317"Crime Takes a Holiday / Flower Power"April 19, 2014 (2014-04-19) (Nicktoons)[32]224TBA

"Crime Takes a Holiday": The Chameleon disguises himself as the Easter Bunny and goes on a crime spree in Petropolis.
"Flower Power": Birdbrain finds a rare flower that makes him indestructible. Dudley and Kitty go to the rainforest to stop him.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33]
4418"The Spelling Bee / House Broken"April 19, 2014 (2014-04-19) (Nicktoons)[32]220TBA

"The Spelling Bee": The Wanna-bee snatches all the kids at the spelling bee and challenges Dudley to a spelling competition.
"House Broken": While T.U.F.F. is away travelling, Snaptrap breaks into Keswick's house to steal his latest invention, the head shrinker.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33]
4519"T.U.F.F. Choices / Sob Story"April 26, 2014 (Nicktoons)2080.1[34]

"T.U.F.F. Choices": Snaptrap uses an indecision ray on T.U.F.F.
"Sob Story": Dudley uses fake tears to get whatever he wants, but his excessive crying soon leads to others questioning his ability to fight crime.

Note: This episode was originally scheduled to air on December 15, 2012, but it was pulled due to a last minute scheduling change. However, it aired on Nickelodeon in Latin America, Greece, Italy, Russia and Poland before airing in the US.
4620"T.U.F.F. Sell / Tattle Tale"April 26, 2014 (2014-04-26) (Nicktoons)[32]2160.1[34]

"T.U.F.F. Sell": Snaptrap buys T.U.F.F. and Dudley continues to work there.
"Tattle Tale": F.L.O.P.P. sends Wanna-bee to go and rat out Dudley and Kitty when they get a photo of them sleeping on the job.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.
4721"True Spies / Bagel and the Beast"May 3, 2014 (2014-05-03) (Nicktoons)[35]2180.1[36]

"True Spies": Kitty and Dudley accidentally eat Keswick's truth syrup and can't stop telling the truth.
"Bagel and the Beast": Everyone in Petropolis is convinced that Bigfoot is a robber, so Dudley tries to clear his childhood hero's name.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33]
4822"Dancin' Machine / The Good, The Bad and The Quacky"May 3, 2014 (2014-05-03) (Nicktoons)[35]2210.1[36]

"Dancin' Machine": Dudley teams up with the Chameleon for Petropolis' dancing competition.
"The Good, The Bad and The Quacky": Quacky and the Sharing Moose stage a fake reality show and invite T.U.F.F. to compete against DOOM, live on the show.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33]
4923"Pup Goes The Weasel / Puppy Pause"May 10, 2014 (2014-05-10) (Nicktoons)[37]2220.1[38]

"Pup Goes The Weasel": The Weasel, a super diabolical criminal, has broken out of prison and is after Dudley and Snaptrap.
"Puppy Pause": Dudley finds time-stopping gloves that freeze time. Snaptrap steals them and T.U.F.F. must get them back before time stops forever.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33]
5024"Match Me If You Can / Organized Crime"May 10, 2014 (2014-05-10) (Nicktoons)[37]2250.1[38]
"Match Me If You Can": An efficiency test reveals that Dudley and Kitty are not well suited as partners, thus they are reassigned.[39]
"Organized Crime": T.U.F.F. secretary Tammy is kidnapped by F.L.O.P.P., so Dudley must rescue her.[39]
5125"A Tale of Two Kitties / Pup in the Air"May 17, 2014 (2014-05-17) (Nicktoons)[40]217N/A

"A Tale of Two Kitties": Kitty's evil twin sister Katty Katswell swaps places with Kitty to steal the golden fish bowl at the Petropolis Museum.
"Pup in the Air": Birdbrain uses an anti-gravity device to fly, however, he cranks the device up and all of Petropolis is floating.

Note: This episode aired on Nickelodeon in Australia, New Zealand and Latin America before airing in the US.[33] "Pup in the Air" was released as a bonus episode on the Nicktoons website in the US.[41]
5226"Girlfriend or Foe? / Scared Wit-Less"May 17, 2014 (2014-05-17) (Nicktoons)[40]226N/A
"Girlfriend or Foe?": Kitty grows suspicious of Dudley's new girlfriend, Daisy.[42]
"Scared Wit-Less": Snaptrap poses as a safety instructor and scares Dudley out of being a secret agent.[42]

Season 3 (2014–15)

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Title Original air date Production Code U.S. viewers
531"T.U.F.F. Break Up"[43]July 26, 2014 (2014-07-26)308N/A
Dudley, Kitty & Keswick quit work because they feel unappreciated, but later they are needed when the Chief gets abducted by a new villain, the Overbear.
542"T.U.F.F. Love / Soar Loser"[44]February 14, 20153050.11[45]
"T.U.F.F. Love": Keswick enlists the help of Dudley to woo his dream girl, Tammy.
"Soar Loser": Birdbrain steals the new Skatebird to get revenge on the Owl Force Academy for rejecting his application.
553"Dead Or A Lie / Tourist Trap"February 28, 2015306N/A
"Dead Or A Lie": Dudley pretends to have eaten poisonous cupcakes to save kitty, so she tries to make his possibly last day his best ever.
"Tourist Trap": Kitty and Dudley win a trip to Hawaii along with Snaptrap, but Kitty ends up being kidnapped by the Weasel.
564"Hide and Ghost Seek / Cod Squad"[46]March 7, 2015 (2015-03-07)[47]304N/A
"Hide and Ghost Seek": TUFF is hired to get rid of a ghost inside an old mansion.
"Cod Squad": The Caped Cod puts a robotic shark in the lake to nab the fisherman in petropolis.
575"Barking Bad / Smarty Pants"[46]March 14, 2015 (2015-03-14)[48]301N/A
"Barking Bad": Birdbrain's newest invention the "De-Good-Ifyer" turns Kitty, Keswick and the Chief evil.
"Smarty Pants": Keswick has created a pair of pants, that turn Dudley into a genius but make him care less for his friends.
586"Great Scott / To Be Or Not To Bee"[46]March 21, 2015 (2015-03-21)[49]302N/A
"Great Scott": T.U.F.F. goes to Scotland because Dudley is a descendant of a legendary Scotland hero who defeated the Loch Ness Monster.
"To Be Or Not To Bee": Dudley and the Wanna Bee team up to defeat Wanna Bee's brother who got mutated by scientists and plans to rule the world.
597"While The Cats Away / Sweet Revenge"[46]March 28, 2015 (2015-03-28)[50]303N/A
"While The Cats Away": Kitty is having trouble taking a break from work so Dudley is assigned to teach her.
"Sweet Revenge": In an attempt to sell his honey as a pancake topping the Wanna-bee tries to destroy Petropolis' supply of maple syrup.
608"Puff Puppy / Stressed to Kill"April 4, 2015 (2015-04-04)[2]307N/A
"Puff Puppy": Dudley accidentally creates an interdimensional vortex, which makes everything that enters indestructible and "puffy", but on the downside also expand until explosion.
"Stressed to Kill": The Chief is on the brink of a nervous breakdown because of Dudley, who is trying to help him relax.


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