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Old Town is a small, old-fashioned place that's slowly being overtaken by the modern world. Among its residents is the Goodman family, including 6-year-old Tommy. The innocent boy gets into adventures around town with his best friend, the family's lovable dog, Mr. Pickles. The pooch seems to be a sweet dog who loves pickles -- hence his name -- and he gets one whenever he's good! But Mr. Pickles has an evil streak that only Tommy's grandfather knows about: Mr. Pickles likes to wander off -- to kill and mutilate.

Latest episodes

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When Mr. Goodman and his co-workers are kidnapped from Telemarketing Corp., he winds up the property of a farm owner who has a vendetta against telemarketers.
aired 4 days ago
Tommy tries to protect a strange new friend from a military group that is out to capture him.
aired 11 days ago
When Mr. Bojenkins finds that Sheriff is a momma's boy, he decides to teach Sheriff how to be a man.
aired 11 days ago
Grandpa found his dead wife alive with Mr. Pickles; Mr. Pickles' dark secrets are in jeopardy when Tommy attempts to download his Grandma's memories.
aired 18 days ago
Grandpa's path to moving out and starting a new life away from Mr. Pickles leads him down dangerous roads.
aired 18 days ago
Tommy sets out to make his own cartoon show but finds it harder than he thought.
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When Mrs. Goodman confronts the parents of Tommy's bullies, they dump their out-of-control kids with her for the day.
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Sheriff guest stars on the crime fighting reality show, Sheriffs.
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At Tommy's first day of school, he must climb the social pyramid to get the girl he likes.
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When Linda goes on a shopping spree, she winds up on the run from a zombie-like mob of homeless people that want her money.
aired 104 days ago
Mrs. Goodman goes to a vegan workshop for the day, but she doesn't understand what that means.
aired 105 days ago
Tommy and Mr. Pickles must look after Bigfoot's son, a deer-human hybrid.
aired 106 days ago
A dolphin and an evil shrimp in outer space.
aired 107 days ago
When a suspicious woman in town takes a romantic interest in Sheriff, Mr Bojenkins sets out to reveal her true intentions.
aired 111 days ago
Once Mr. Pickles realizes that Grandpa is safe from him while he is in the asylum, he makes a plan to bust Grandpa out.
aired 112 days ago
A prison bus full of serial killers are loose in Old Town, and Mr. Pickles is recruited as a K-9 cop.
aired 113 days ago
Tommy finds himself caught up in a big crime after mistaking a little person for a child his own age.
aired 114 days ago
Grandpa wants to learn what actually goes on inside Mr. Pickles' doghouse to prove that he has not gone crazy.

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