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The following is a list of episodes from the fourth season of Doug, listed in production order.

When this season was released on DVD in 2009, the episodes "Doug's Bum Rap" and "Doug's Babysitter" were inexplicably missing, and the set was instead labeled as the "Best of Season 4". However, the two missing episodes were reinstated when the Complete Series DVD set was released in 2014.

For some reason, this and the preceding season were removed from TeenNick's rerun rotation of Doug in April 2018, and have not re-aired there since.


# Image Title Original air date
40 Doug's Math Problem "Doug's Math Problem" September 26, 1993 (1993-09-26)
Doug gets a letter from his school and panics when he sees it's addressed to his parents. Since he's doing poorly in math, Doug immediately assumes that it's a failing notice! So he does everything to find out what the letter says and avoid his parents from seeing it. If that wasn't enough, Patti is trying to tell Doug something and get her message to him.
No Image "Doug's Big Feat" September 26, 1993 (1993-09-26)
It's the day of the big football game against Bloatsburg, and Doug is snared by Coach Spitz, who mistakenly believes Doug has a "golden toe" for field kicking. Doug is then put into the next football game by Coach Spitz, and he is very nervous when he finds out that Percy Femur is on the other team.
41 No Image "Doug's Bum Rap" October 3, 1993 (1993-10-03)
Doug is accused of cheating when he and Chalky score identical marks on a test. Both of them are given one day to confess or else they'll both have to take a harder re-test this Saturday. Doug knows he didn't cheat so he tries to talk about it with Chalky, but he keeps avoiding Doug.
Doug & Patti Sittin' in a Tree "Doug and Patti Sittin' in a Tree" October 3, 1993 (1993-10-03)
Patti asks Doug to go with her to the movies, and now everyone at school is teasing them about dating. Even Doug wonders if it is really a date or not. In order to find out, Skeeter goes through dating scenarios from a book with Doug.
42 No Image "Doug Door-to-Door" October 10, 1993 (1993-10-10)
Doug's Bluff Scout Troop #617 has to raise money for new canoes, so they sell "Bluff Scout Booster Bars" door to door. But after being rejected by everyone, Roger offers a new way to sell the bars, which Doug doesn't agree with. Then when Doug sells a bar to Mr. Swirly, he realizes the problem of why the bars taste so horrible.
No Image "Doug Tips the Scales" October 10, 1993 (1993-10-10)
Over the weekend, Doug puts on a few pounds at Grandma Funnie's house and has been invited to Beebe's pool party. Doug is too embarrassed to be seen in a swimsuit, so he decides to work the extra weight off before the party using Ronald "Prepare to Suffer" Weisenheimer's videos. However, it turns out he's not the only one who's insecure about his body.
"Doug's Halloween Adventure" October 30, 1993 (1993-10-30)
When a spooky new amusement ride, Blood Stone Manor, opens up at Funkytown on Halloween night, Skeeter wants to check it out instead of trick or treating. Doug reluctantly agrees to go, but when the park closes before their turn comes up, Roger convinces them to go on the ride anyway.
44 No Image "Doug En Vogue" November 7, 1993 (1993-11-07)
Doug wishes he was more fashionable until his friends at school accuse him of dressing like Dylan Farnum from the TV show "Teen Heart Street". He's tired of being told he's copying someone else's style, so he decides to shop for a new look.
No Image "Doug's Mail Order Mania" November 7, 1993 (1993-11-07)
Doug becomes the victim of a contest scam that promises to make him rich. But after trying so hard and paying a lot of money, Doug later realizes he may not be as close to winning as he thinks.
45 No Image "Doug's Birthday Present" November 14, 1993 (1993-11-14)
Doug is impressed by Mr. Bluff's gifts to Beebe. Mr. Funnie feels pressured to make more money for a better birthday present for his son, so he decides to start his own photography store. At first, Doug is excited by the thought of more money, but when he sees the effects on his father and their family, he realizes that money can't buy happiness.
No Image "Doug's Fan Club" November 14, 1993 (1993-11-14)
After performing a magic trick, Doug becomes adored by a second grader named Todd Bentley, who starts to follow Doug everywhere. Doug enjoys being idolized until Todd embarrasses him in front of his friends, and finally tells Todd to leave him alone, which upsets Todd and leaves Doug feeling guilty.
46 Doug Runs "Doug Runs" November 21, 1993 (1993-11-21)
Doug is nominated for class treasurer, and when he finds himself running against Willy White, the mayor's son, he starts making promises to his voters he knows he can't keep. Meanwhile, Tippi Dink runs for Mayor of Bluffington... and wins!
No Image "Doug Clobbers Patti" November 21, 1993 (1993-11-21)
Doug beats Patti in a bowling match, and Skeeter tells everyone about it. Doug gains popularity, but feels bad about beating Patti every time they play a game. It seems Patti is having a losing streak and is upset about it. Doug decides the only way to save Patti's feelings is to try to make himself unlucky.
47 No Image "Doug's Treasure Hunt" November 27, 1993 (1993-11-27)
Doug and Skeeter go digging for artifacts when they get assigned to research Bluffington's history. They soon get into trouble though, when they are caught digging on the Bluff estate even though they didn't know.
No Image "Doug's Brainy Buddy" November 27, 1993 (1993-11-27)
Skeeter gets a high score on an intelligent test making him a genius, and Doug is convinced Skeeter got the wrong test results. But soon Skeeter starts to spend less time with Doug and more time thinking about going to college, and Doug thinks he has lost his best friend.
48 No Image "Doug Ripped Off!" December 5, 1993 (1993-12-05)
All of Doug's friends have cool bikes, but Doug hates his—until he discovers that someone has stolen it. He thinks about who could have taken it, and wonders if one of his friends is a thief.
Doug's Babysitter "Doug's Babysitter" December 5, 1993 (1993-12-05)
Doug and Judy get into a fight and blow their big chance to stay alone in the house while their parents are on vacation. Instead, they're cursed with the very, very strict baby-sitter, Mrs. Stintson, who believes in lots of discipline and dinners of prunes, and realize that the only way out of this mess is to team up.
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"Doug's Christmas Story" December 12, 1993 (1993-12-12)
When Porkchop is mistakenly accused of attacking Beebe and taken to the pound, Doug has to try to clear his best non-human friend out. Unfortunately, former Mayor White, and Bill Bluff are determined to make sure that Porkchop never bothers anyone again.
50 No Image "Doug's in the Money" December 12, 1993 (1993-12-12)
An envelope of money falls from a speeding car and Doug finds it with a huge fortune in it. Doug hands it in to the police and everyone makes fun of him for doing it. After no one claims the money, the police tell Doug he can keep the money. When Doug discovers who the real owner is, he must choose between what's legal and what he knows is right.
No Image "Doug's Sister Act" December 12, 1993 (1993-12-12)
Mrs. Funnie invites Judy's new boyfriend over for dinner, but Judy is embarrassed by her boring family, especially Doug. So she decides to "spruce" things up around the house, but a resentful Doug decides to do some "sprucing up" of his own.
51 Doug Doug Throws a Party "Doug Throws a Party" December 26, 1993 (1993-12-26)
Doug is having his first house party and he is very excited about it, he just doesn't want it to be lame. But when Roger suggests to play Truth or Dare, Doug hopes it'll make his party better.
No Image "Doug Way Out West" December 26, 1993 (1993-12-26)
When Patti invites everyone to go horseback riding at a dude ranch, Doug brags about how well he can ride. But his exaggerations get him in trouble when he is assigned an aggressive horse that he can't handle.
52 Doug gets his diploma "Doug Graduates" January 2, 1994 (1994-01-02) (January 2, 1994 (1994-01-02))
Doug and his friends are getting ready for the end of sixth grade and are graduating from Bluffington School. Doug feels a bit sad about leaving so he tries to find Principal Buttsavitch to talk to him. But when he finds out that Roger is as reluctant to leave the school as he is, Doug convinces Roger (and himself) that the new school will be great.
DougsBadTrip "Doug's Bad Trip" January 2, 1994 (1994-01-02) (January 2, 1994 (1994-01-02))
As the summer begins, the Funnies plan to drive across the country to visit the Great Painted Gorge. Mr. Funnie is committed to keeping to a schedule, but Doug and Judy convince him to stop at several tourist traps along the way.
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