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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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Bob signs up for a game show with Bingo and Rolly; when Bob's trip to the Empire State Building is canceled, the Pugs and ARF head to New York City to bring the Empire State Building to Bob.
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When a puppy gets lost at Adopt-A-Palooza, it's up to the pugs, Keia and their new friend to find it; Bingo, Rolly and Keia go off in search of Captain Wunderbark's long-lost ship.
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Bob mistakes a mud-covered pig for Rolly and accidentally leaves him behind on the farm; the pugs travel to the Great Wall of China to search for the missing Mona Lisa.
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The pugs go to Madagascar to learn about lemurs; when a big dog takes Keia's toy at the dog park, Bingo and Rolly make it their mission to retrieve the toy.
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When Bob stays late at work and forgets his dinner, the pugs decide to bring it to him; Keia's new caterpillar friend goes missing.
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After Bob builds a doghouse for Keia, the pugs encourage her to host a puppy housewarming party. Rolly loses his first puppy tooth and can't wait for a visit from the Fang Fairy!
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After Cupcake hurts Rufus' feelings, Bingo and Rolly reunite the best friends; Bob forgets his camera on the trolley before his photography class.
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The pups get trained by a puppy-ball expert for the puppy-ball championship; Hedgie helps the pups catch the veggie bandit in Bob's vegetable patch.
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When Chloe forgets her stuffed animal, the pups try to return it to her at Space Camp; after Bob throws a new ball too hard, the pugs follow clues from their friends to find it.
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The pups lose an important part of Bob's presentation during Take Your Dog to Work Day; Bob, the pugs and Keia run out of popcorn at their first slumber party.
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Bob wants to wake up on his dream vacation, so the pugs set out to get him to Tahiti while he sleeps; Bingo and Rolly search all around the golf course for Bob's missing golf ball.
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The pups travel to Japan to get help from snow monkeys and bring back snow to save Bob's ski trip; right before an important demonstration, A.R.F. gets a robo-cold.
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When Bob wishes he could run fast, the pugs find cheetahs to learn the secret of their speed; the pugs go on a journey to find the perfect bowl of soup to help Bob feel better.
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After Bob has trouble learning to yodel, the Pugs decide to go on a mission to the Swiss Alps to get yodeling tips; it's Bob's birthday, and his sister, Bonnie, is acting sneaky.
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The pugs want to bring Bob's favorite food truck back to him; Bob and the pups go on a whale tour, but their boat runs into an island.
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The pugs must teach a duckling how to be a duck; Bob and the pups go to Washington to compete in an environmental invention competition.
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When Bob is disappointed that there's no wind to test his new kite invention, Bingo and Rolly go on a mission to the Windy City; Keia is nervous to go to the groomer for the first time.
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Bingo and Rolly meet a new puppy, Keia, who has accidentally run away from her owner, Chloe; when Chloe wishes she could have a unicorn, Bingo, Rolly and Keia set out to find one.
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Fun-loving puppies Bingo and Rolly take daily adventures around their neighborhood and beyond.
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The pugs help their nervous puppy cousin, Cody, feel comfortable in a new place; when Hissy's favorite toy goes missing, the pups go on a mission to find it for their kitty sister.
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When Bonnie's dinosaur bone is lost, the pups team up with a roadrunner to find it; the pups set out to look for Bob's favorite golf socks before he participates in a tournament.

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