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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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Grandpa finds an ancient and mysterious coin that he thinks has something to do with Mr. Pickles.
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When Tommy tries to write jokes for the Old Town talent show, he crosses paths with a mysterious woman.
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Mrs. Goodman goes to a vegan workshop for the day, but she doesn't understand what that means.
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Tommy and Mr. Pickles must look after Bigfoot's son, a deer-human hybrid.
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A dolphin and an evil shrimp in outer space.
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When a suspicious woman in town takes a romantic interest in Sheriff, Mr Bojenkins sets out to reveal her true intentions.
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With a metal thief loose in Old Town, Tommy and Mr. Pickles seek the help of an old superhero with a strange addiction.
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A prison bus full of serial killers are loose in Old Town, and Mr. Pickles is recruited as a K-9 cop.
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Tommy finds himself caught up in a big crime after mistaking a little person for a child his own age.
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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 9 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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Mr. Pickles is dog-napped, and a gang of bounty hunters try to collect the bounty on his head.
aired 12 days ago
Mr. Goodman imagines himself as a dog when he falls into a coma.
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Grandpa wakes up hungover, and soon finds out that he made a horrible mistake the night before.
aired 13 days ago
Mr. Pickles and Tommy try to lose Tommy's tooth so the Tooth Fairy will visit; Sheriff searches for pedophiles.
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Tommy prepares to enter the soapbox derby, and helps an old time greaser; Grandpa finds the one thing that Mr. Pickles is afraid of.
aired 14 days ago
The Goodmans go on a family camping trip and Tommy learns the frightening legend of The Cheeseman.
aired 14 days ago
The Goodmans go to a baseball game; Tommy wants to catch a foul ball.
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Grandpa tries to discover what really goes on inside Mr. Pickles' doghouse.
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Tommy falls for a young farmer girl. Since she's not interested in a man without a job, Tommy sets out to find a job.
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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.

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