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Fun-loving puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly go on adventures throughout their neighborhood and around the world as a way to help quench their thrill-seeking appetites. The pups' motto is life is always more exciting with your best friends by your side. For the pugs, those friends include owner Bob, his cat Hissy and his robot dog A.R.F. Comedian Harland Williams created the animated series -- which seeks to teach lessons about friendship, problem-solving and collaboration -- and provides the voice of Bob.

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Bingo and Rolly help Santa search for Bob's Christmas present when it goes missing from his sleigh; Bingo and Rolly help Bob make latkes for his neighbor's Hanukkah party.
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The pugs try to hang something of Bob's in a famous art museum; Bingo and Rolly look for the first snowflake of the season.
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Bob wants to meet someone from space; a UFO gathering; the pups find a doggie toy that isn't theirs and go on a mission to find the owner.
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After Bingo loses his collar at a pumpkin patch, he, Rolly and Hissy return to find it; when a neighborhood child can't trick-or-treat because she's lost her costume, Bingo and Rolly go on a mission to track it down.
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The pugs push Bob's office chair to a theater to see his favorite play; Bingo and Rolly help a butterfly get home to its family in Mexico.
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Bob loses his favorite fishing pole; Bob and Rolly confront a legendary creature; the pugs look after a puppy.
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Bob needs help from Bingo and Rolly to finish his jigsaw puzzle; the pugs create chaos when they attend a symphony.
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The pugs become superheroes and try to stay cool.
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Bingo and Rolly try to build a dam to protect their doghouse from a rainstorm; when Bob says he'll count sheep to sleep, the pugs herd a flock of sheep into the backyard to help.
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When Bob brings home a lost kitty, Bing and Rolly try find her a home; while in Florida, Bingo and Rolly search for an old friend of Bob's.
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An underwater adventure to get a package; pups lead a blurry-visioned Bob home.
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Bingo and Rolly head to England to learn how to treat a queen; when Bob can't leave his house to watch a parade, the pups enlist a family of ducks to march past the house.
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Bingo and Rolly try to make Hissy feel better by taking her to their favorite places; the reprogrammed A.R.F. takes the pugs where they want to go but the pugs learn that the robotic dog isn't programmed to bring them back.
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Bingo and Rolly help a baby whale that has been separated from her family; the pugs retrace their steps to remember where they buried Bob's unicycle.
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Bingo and Rolly accidentally chew Bob's childhood toy; when Bob's icemaker breaks, the pugs go to Antarctica to get him ice.
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Bongo and Rolly travel to Egypt to find the Great Pyramids; the pugs try to deliver a Mother's Day card for Bob.
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Bingo and Rolly try to get away from a self-fetching stick that begins chasing them; after Bob says he needs a pot of gold, the pups search for one at the end of a rainbow.
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Bingo and Rolly travel to France to get Bob some French toast; the pugs chase Bob's prized baseball across the city.
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When Bob says he'd love to feel the sand on his toes, pug puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly go on a mission to Hawaii; Bob introduces the pups to A.R.F., a robotic dog that is programmed to clean up their messes.

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