This is a list of episodes from All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series.

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  • This is a list of episodes from All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series. (en)
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  • 6.31152E9
  • Charlie and Itchy are assigned to help a boy who wants to join a baseball team. But if they succeed, Itchy is going to move back into Heaven! With the separation between him and his best friend at hand, will Charlie screw up the mission on purpose? Or will he help out and let Itchy go back to Heaven? (en)
  • Charlie is assigned to train three angels-in-training. But when he fails to do so, and he needs their help, they mess up, and Charlie gets in deeper trouble. (en)
  • Charlie and Itchy are assigned to return a cat named Dilly to her owner. But when Dilly gets taken in by a dog-hating old lady, Charlie and Itchy must use a Miracle Dog Tag to become cats to rescue her! (en)
  • When Charlie and Itchy get into an argument, Anabelle decides to take Itchy's place on their next mission. But when their mission gets them sent to the pound, will Charlie admit that he needs Itchy's help? (en)
  • Bess is being threatened by Manfred and wants out of the relationship to be with Itchy. Itchy tries everything to protect her as Manfred makes fun, but Charlie saves Bess from being hurt by Manfred. Itchy is later hypnotized by a magician who turns him into a superhero. (en)
  • Charlie volunteers to go get notes that David's crush, Alex, left in her mom's car. But Sasha must go with Charlie instead of Itchy, because he's sick from running around in the rain. Unfortunately, Charlie doesn't see women as good partners for this type of thing... Looks like it's time for Sasha to show Charlie just what women can do! (en)
  • When Itchy gets so scared that he couldn't help Charlie, Charlie decides it's time for Itchy to face his fears. He tells Itchy they're spending the night in a "haunted" mansion. Charlie thinks it will help Itchy get over his fears. It appears at first nothing is in the house, but both dogs soon realize that they are very wrong. (en)
  • Charlie seems to have overbooked his schedule between a fight with Otto's gang, his Poker buds, and having lunch with Sasha! Charlie's worried until he, Itchy, and David find a magic multiplying box, which he uses to clone himself to make each appointment! Now Charlie is in triple trouble when each of his clones mess up in their own way during each appointment, ultimately leaving the real Charlie to confront his friends, enemies, and Sasha! Oh, Charlie, what are you going to do?! (en)
  • Itchy is unable to properly beg for food, unlike Charlie, who masters it quite often. Under Charlie's guidance, Itchy begs a rich kid for ice cream, who, in return, takes Itchy as a new pet. Charlie successfully rescues Itchy from the clutches of the kid, but Itchy refuses to leave and tells Charlie that the kid is lonely and they must help her make friends. Meanwhile, Carface and Killer have picked the same house as their next target in a string of burglaries. (en)
  • Itchy gets sent to the pound and has to break out with help from Killer. Can the two work together and get out, or will Charlie get caught? (en)
  • Charlie and Itchy are told to go to a military base and show a kid how to have fun. But Anabelle also sent them there so Charlie would learn some respect for authority figures. Will Charlie's stubbornness side-track their mission? (en)
  • Charlie and Itchy are watching a wilderness movie, and Itchy becomes frightened. Charlie tells Itchy that every dog has got wolf blood in them, even Itchy. Charlie then decides that they are going on a trip into the wild, so Itchy can live up to his heritage. (en)
  • Charlie's little advice to Itchy "Be a phony to impress a phony" and "Show dogs never itch in public" makes Bess' reunion turn to disaster. Itchy, hiding the fact that he was a street dog, escorts Bess to her dog school reunion. All the dogs attending are high-horsed snobs, especially the Afghan Hound Tiffany. When she puts down Bess, Charlie convinces Itchy for revenge. Prank after prank, nothing is resolved but a big mess for the spaniel to clean up. After Tiffany secretly puts fleas on Itchy, the beam she is standing on collapses. With the other dogs not willing to help, it's Itchy to the rescue. (en)
  • Anabelle gives Charlie and Itchy the assignment to find a home for a little puppy, although Charlie does mess up her signal on the receiving end and leaves out the part that the puppy was a wolf cub. The puppy turns out to be extremely wild and impossible to find a home. However, Charlie figures out that Sasha gets all goo-goo eyed when she sees how sensitive he is to take care of a puppy, thus, he tries to go on a date with Sasha, using the puppy to his advantage. (en)
  • Kibbleland's new game has come out and Charlie decides to try it, but he becomes selfish to not only think of himself and nobody else, not even Sasha. This makes the big step become a serious situation, when Belladonna tricks Sasha into playing the game as a big tornado comes and sucks her into the world of Kibbleland. Charlie and Itchy must find a way to rescue her before she's stuck there forever. (en)
  • Charlie is on trial, accused by Belladonna of abusing his angelic position. If he is found guilty, Charlie will be dismissed from Heavenly duties and forced to work for the other side! Will Charlie be able to get out of this mess, or will the judge throw the book at him? (en)
  • Carface and Killer steal Itchy's Heavenly Collar, so Charlie, Itchy, and Sasha plan to get it back! But when the plan involves Sasha flirting with Carface, will Charlie's jealousy flub the whole plan up? (en)
  • Bess and Sasha meet for the first time, and decide to plan a double date with Charlie and Itchy in order for the two to stop fighting. But the problem they don't know is that Anabelle switched Charlie and Itchy's personality souls into each other's bodies. Charlie is in Itchy's body, and Itchy is in Charlie's body and it becomes worse. (en)
  • Anabelle tells Itchy and Charlie to guard a "crystal". Charlie and Itchy have been playing pranks. Charlie thinks he sees a UFO and tells Itchy. Itchy thinks it's just another prank, and leaves. Then the "aliens" come into Itchy and Charlie's home, and scare Charlie away. The "aliens" were actually Carface and Killer. When Charlie finds this out, he polts a scheme to get them back and the "crystal". (en)
  • Sasha leaves town to see her sister's new puppies in Los Angeles and leaves Charlie and Itchy in charge of the Flea Bite until she returns. All goes well at first, but with an evil money-stealing scheme from Carface and Killer around the corner, will Charlie end up losing the Café's money? (en)
  • Charlie auditions to be the new spokesdog for Gulpo Dog Food, but the advertising company picks Itchy instead. Now Itchy is famous and Charlie is left wailing his woes in the Flea Bite Café, leaving everyone wondering, "Will success spoil Itchy Itchiford?" (en)
  • Charlie is dog-tired and needs a vacation. Which is exactly what he manages to convince Itchy into taking. But with so many bad things happening in the city today, Charlie can't even go a block without being someone's Guardian Angel! Will Charlie finally leave the city for a while? (en)
  • Charlie tells the story of how he met Itchy, and how he had been a bad dog to a pair of puppies arguing over a bag of dog food. (en)
  • Charlie has been lying a bit too much lately, so Anabelle makes his nose grow every time he tells a lie. Will Charlie start telling the truth, or face the consequences? (en)
  • The next mission for Charlie and Itchy takes them to the sewers to help a colony of mice. Toxic smelling paint and other junk are washed down the drains, taking away their freedom of living without anything to worry about. Charlie and Itchy team up with Moxie, a mother mouse in the colony, to crack the case. They follow the drain to Carface and Killer's curio shop, trying to transform new looking toy trains to look like antiques to sell for loads of money. The problem is almost unbearable for Charlie to succeed in, until Anabelle tells him that the pollution in the water would someday end up in his dish. This was the last episode to have Charlie rendered with a dark brown & white coloring on his fur as it was replaced with light brown and yellow fur. (en)
  • Carface gets his hands on a dangerous substance that is supposed to turn dogs into monsters, were-dogs and even werewolf-like monsters. But does it really work? He and Killer don't know, so they decide to test it out on Charlie! Killer taints Charlie's dog food when he is not looking, and Charlie turns into a monster before Itchy's very eyes! Carface and Killer plan to use Charlie to steal things for them, and then turn Charlie in to the cops when they're done with him. Can Itchy save his friend in time, or will Charlie be doomed to be a lab dog for the rest of his life? (en)
  • David receives a voice recorder on his birthday, as Charlie and Itchy bump into him with it on the streets the following morning. However, David shows off his new gadget in school, and ends up receiving detention. Charlie, who never had a birthday of his own due to him being a street dog, wants to give David a great birthday. Using David's new voice recorder, Charlie creates an impromptu David look-alike with the voice recorder repeatedly saying mathematical equations and sneaks him out of detention. Will Charlie, Itchy, and David play hooky for too long which David knows will soon get him even more detention service? (en)
  • Itchy and Charlie write a report for David on the history of all dogs and how they helped society. (en)
  • Charlie becomes obsessed with being caught on tape doing a heroic act. That is, until Itchy almost drowns. But the reporters catch him saving Itchy, and the two dogs get to go to an exclusive hotel suite. (en)
  • A new Guardian Angel, named Lance, comes to town. With more heroism and bravery than Charlie and Itchy, Charlie grows jealous of the new, deeply devoted angel. Did Anabelle send this new dog to take over their jobs? (en)
  • Charlie and Itchy are assigned on a mission to watch an absent-minded scientist. The two dogs have a miracle dog tag, supposed to be used for emergencies only. But when Charlie persuades Itchy to let him have it, Charlie turns himself into a human. Chaos erupts, and will Charlie realize it is easier being a dog? (en)
  • Charlie and Itchy take a stroll on the upper-class neighborhood and meet a rich show dog named Thor, who looks exactly like Charlie! Charlie wants to know what it's like to be pampered, and Thor wants to know what it is like to be a free street dog, so the two switch places. But when Thor's difficult agility contest comes up, and Charlie's expected to do a dangerous move, will Charlie realize that being a show dog is not what it's cracked up to be? (en)
  • Itchy tells the story of the amazing Double Dog Dare, and how he saved the world. (en)
  • Sasha wants the perfect dog, and Charlie's gonna give him to her... by "pretending" to have been hit by the car so bad, he's turned nice and smothering her with love and kindness, of course! Will Sasha drown in the affection, or will she find out and fight back? (en)
  • Itchy falls in love with a dog named Bess, but when Bess is convinced that Charlie loves her, will Charlie and Itchy's friendship be broken? (en)
  • Charlie has a dream of him becoming a detective to find out about a cat-scheme back in the 1930s. (en)
  • Absent: Carface and Killer. (en)
  • Absent: Anabelle, Carface, and Killer. (en)
  • Absent: Bess, Sasha, Carface, and Killer. (en)
  • Charlie gets knocked unconscious and has a dream of him becoming a detective to find out about a cat-scheme back in the 1930s. (en)
  • Absent: Bess. (en)
  • Absent: Sasha, Carface, and Killer. (en)
  • Absent: Bess, Carface, and Killer. (en)
  • Absent: Sasha, Carface, Killer. Bess doesn't count, because this is before she comes into the show as a main character. (en)
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  • Dog Eat Dog (en)
  • Field Trip (en)
  • Sidekicked (en)
  • An Itch in Time (en)
  • The Wrong Stuff (en)
  • Agent from F.I.D.O. (en)
  • All Creatures Great & Dinky (en)
  • Bess and Itchy's Dog School Reunion (en)
  • Charlie the Human (en)
  • Charlie's Angle (en)
  • Charlie's Cat-Astrophe (en)
  • Cyrano de Barkinac (en)
  • Dogfaces (en)
  • Dogs in the House (en)
  • Dr. Beagle and Mangy Hide (en)
  • Fearless Fido (en)
  • Haunted Is as Haunted Does (en)
  • He Barked, She Barked (en)
  • Heaven Nose (en)
  • Heaventh Inning Stretch (en)
  • History of All Dogs (en)
  • Kibbleland (en)
  • Lance, the Wonder Pup (en)
  • Magical Misery Tour (en)
  • Miss Guidance (en)
  • Mission Im-paws-ible (en)
  • Mutts Ado About Nothing (en)
  • Pair-a-Dogs Lost (en)
  • Puppy Sitter (en)
  • The Big Fetch (en)
  • The Perfect Dog (en)
  • The Rexx Files (en)
  • Trading Collars (en)
  • Travels with Charlie (en)
  • Whacked to the Future (en)
  • When Hairy Met Silly (en)
  • Will Success Spoil Itchy Itchiford? (en)
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  • This is a list of episodes from All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series. (en)
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  • List of All Dogs Go to Heaven episodes (en)
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