Season 1 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 40
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 40
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Wishbone Season 1 (1995)
|1x01 A Tail in Twain Part One |
The kids have an end-of-summer adventure in Jackson Park and learn about the power of stories. Wishbone, as Tom Sawyer, has an adventure with Huck Finn in Mark Twain's The Adventures ...
|Mar. 23, 1995|
|1x02 A Tail in Twain Part Two |
Part One continued.
|Mar. 24, 1995|
|1x03 Twisted Tail |
A crime wave hits Oakdale, making the kids selective in choosing friends and giving Wishbone a chance to dream of Oliver Twist.
|Mar. 25, 1995|
|1x04 Rosie, Oh, Rosie, Oh! |
Wishbone, not wearing his collar, gets taken to the pound where he meets a beautiful female dog named Rosie. The inside story is that of ""romeo and Juliet"" by William Shakespeare ...
|1x05 Homer Sweet Homer |
Wishbone tells the story of Homer's ""The Odyssey.""
|1x06 Bark That Bark |
David overloads on responsibilities and doesn't understand the wisdom of asking for help. Wishbone explores the power of wisdom as it lies within two African-American folk tales.
|1x07 Cyranose |
Wishbone is Cyrano de Bergerac, serenading Roxanne with poetry.
|1x08 The Slobbery Hound |
Wishbone searches for a wandering dog who is wreaking havoc with garbage cans and items in people's yards and porches. Wishbone imagines himself as Sherlock Holmes in ""The Hound of ...
|1x09 Digging Up the Past |
Wishbone and Joe meet a charming elderly Oakdale resident who has returned after a long absense, and together they search for a ""time capsule"" in Joe's backyard. Meanwhile, Wishbone ...
|1x10 Bone of Arc |
Samantha becomes the heroine of the boys' soccer team, while Wishbone becomes her ally. Meanwhile, Joan of Arc leads the men of the French Army against the English in Mark Twain's Personal ...
|1x11 The Impawssible Dream |
Wishbone, while watching Joe pursue his impossible dream of making the book of world records, thinks of Don Quixote.
|1x12 Fleabitten Bargain |
Joe is dazzled by a virtual-reality machine demonstrated by a cunning salesman at a town fair. Meanwhile, Wishbone, as Faust, learns that making big sacrifices just to gain immediate ...
|1x13 Sniffing the Gauntlet |
Keeping oneself in the right frame of mind, Wishbone draws into Rebecca's world in Ivanhoe.
|1x14 The Hunchdog of Notre Dame |
Wishbone is the Hunchback of Notre Dame, standing for and defending Esmerelda.
|Oct. 26, 1995|
|1x15 Golden Retrieved |
Wishbone is distressed with his owner Joe's infatuation with his new mountain bike, which causes Joe to pay less attention to Wishbone, and to act less caring and patient towards him. ...
|Oct. 27, 1995|
|1x16 A Tale of Two Sitters |
Guilt by association haunts Wishbone in his dream of A Tale of Two Cities.
|Oct. 30, 1995|
|1x17 Frankenbone |
David claims that through his experiments he has discovered the secret of life. Wishbone compares the mysterious experiment to the Mary Shelly horror, ""Frankenstein.
|Oct. 31, 1995|
|1x18 Hot Diggety Dawg |
Wishbone digs for Wanda, turning the day into the pages of Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth.
|Nov. 01, 1995|
|1x19 One Thousand and One Tails |
While greed threatens to grip the humans around him, Wishbone imagines himself as Ali Baba among forty thieves. The sheer power of 1001 Arabian Nights seems overwhelming.
|1x20 Mixed Breeds |
Secrets abound in all people. Wanda and Mr. Pruitt find that out themselves, as does Wishbone in his visions of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
|1x21 The Canine Cure |
This time, Wishbone imagines The Imaginary Invalid by MoliÃ¨re.
|1x22 The Pawloined Paper |
Joe has a substitute teacher for his class, who he likes a lot. After a word puzzle he makes up about her gets snatched, courtesy of Curtis, Joe must get it back before anyone sees ...
|1x23 Bark to the Future |
Joe learns that his own intellect can never be replaced by modern technology. Meanwhile, Wishbone, as The Time Traveler, finds that in the year 802,701 the lazy Eloi have allowed their ...
|1x24 Paw Prints of Thieves |
When Joe gets under the crosshairs for what appears to be a good deed, Wishbone imagines himself as Robin Hood.
|1x25 Furst Impressions |
While Sam, David, and Joe agonize over finding a date for the pending dance, Wishbone goes over the story of ""Pride and Prejudice"" by Jane Austin.
|1x26 The Prince and The Pooch |
It's another tale in Twain for Wishbone, playing both The Prince and the Pauper.
|1x27 The Count's Account |
Damont gets David into trouble after he uses one of David's inventions. Meanwhile, Wishbone as Edmond Dantes seeks revenge against his enemies in Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte ...
|1x28 Salty Dog |
Samantha convinces Joe and David to help her look for a ""magic"" horseshoe that is rumored to be nailed somewhere inside an old rickety barn in a remote wooded area of Oakdale. Wishbone ...
|1x29 Little Big Dog |
In David and Goliath, Wishbone has more bravery than the David we know from this series.
|1x30 A Dogged Expose |
Wishbone is Sherlock Holmes, deftly trying to stop a mastermind from the pages of A Scandal in Bohemia while Samantha is unwillingly tangled in a scandal at Oakdale.
|1x31 Terrified Terrier |
Now Wishbone feels wounded as he dreams of Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage.
|1x32 Shakespaw |
David runs into no end of problems while staging a production of Shakespeare's The Tempest.
|1x33 Muttketeer! |
Wishbone is always eager to make friends. He does so in the real world at the local school. And as D'Artagnan, Wishbone makes friends of the Three Musketeers.
|1x34 Hercules Unleashed |
While Samantha seeks the perfect gift for her father's birthday, Wishbone plays up Hercules, seeking the Golden Apples of the Hesperides.
|1x35 !Viva Wishbone! |
The power of love, for Wishbone, plays itself out in Our Lady of Guadalupe.
|1x36 The Entrepawneur |
Based on a portion of the epic poem ""Metamorphoses,"" by the ancient Roman poet Ovid, this episode focuses on the story of King Midas. Meanwhile, Joe is in a ""touchy"" situation with ...
|1x37 Pantin' at the Opera |
Wishbone tells the story of Gaston Leroux's ""The Phantom Of The Opera.""
|1x38 Dances With Dogs |
Lee Natonabah, a Native-American friend of Joe's, speaks about Navajo culture and story-telling, while Wishbone imagines himself as a young brave in a story that Lee tells.
|1x39 Rushin' to the Bone |
Wishbone dramatizes Gogol's The Inspector General.
|1x40 Picks of the Litter |
The obligatory flashback episode (and the only best-of the series would ever see).
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Season 1 Characters
Season 1 Videos[none added]
Season 1 Quotes
|Season 1 / Episode 31: - Terrified Terrier|
Wishbone: You smell like Joe... [sniffs a shirt] OH, yeah, you're Joe. You haven't washed this.
|Season 1 / Episode 26: - The Prince and The Pooch|
Wishbone: Exiled once again, forced to settle for cheerleader. Well, that's what you get for being too cute.
Season 1 Trivia
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