Rude Dog and the Dweebs
Synopsis of Saturday Morning Show
Created to promote a popular 80's line of sportswear, Rude Dog and the Dweebs was as colorful as the clothing it advertised. The punkish pooch himself drove a 1956 pink Cadillac across a backdrop of Beverly Hills imagined in hues of pastel and neon.
Rude Dog ran an auto shop, where he was assisted by the Dweebs, a motley group of dog assistants. The team included the stuttering Caboose, the uptight Brit Winston, a Jack Nicholson-esque Reggie, Southern-accented Barney, Sach, who sounded like Ed Wynn, and a friendly Chihuahua named Tweek. Rude Dog himself spoke with a Brooklyn accent and had a girlfriend named Gloria.
We all know that in the world of cartoons, dogs and cats hate each other, and the world of Rude Dog was no exception. Their feline foe was the vicious Seymour, and joining him in the chase was the ubiquitous dog catcher Herman and his assistant Rot. Each week, Rude Dog and company balanced their auto shop duties with attempts to elude the persistent Seymour, Herman, and Rot.
The show aired on CBS for one Saturday-morning season. No word yet on whether the abrupt cancellation taught Rude Dog any manners.
Release History9/16/89 - 9/1/90 CBS
TV Sub Categoriesanimated
TV StudioMariel Prod, New World
Television CastRude Dog Rob Paulsen
Caboose Frank Welker
Seymour Frank Welker
Rot Frank Welker
Winston Peter Cullen
Herman Peter Cullen
Kibble Ellen Gerstell
Gloria Ellen Gerstell
Reggie Mendi Segal
Barney Dave Coulier
Satch Jim Cummings
Tweek Hank Sorayan