The show centers on Oggy, a content and lazy, albeit very tender fat blue cat, who would usually spend his days watching TV and cooking - if it wasn't for the three pesky roaches in the household: Joey, Dee Dee and Marky (named after members of the punk group Ramones). The trio seems to enjoy generally making Oggy's life miserable, which involves mischief ranging from (in most cases) plundering his fridge to such awkward things like hijacking the train Oggy just boarded.
Oggy really want to go to the circus but had no money so Jack made a circus for himself, including the people and, unfortunately for the 2 felines, the cockroaches.
Oggy is having a sick day recently - and the Cockroaches are out to take advantage of his current situation all the while Jack is trying to cure Oggy from his illness, resulting in a hide-and-seek game of a lifetime.
Oggy's sister, Monica comes over for a visit, whereas Jack is in love and tries to be a thrillseeker like her. However, love and kisses won't be for long, as the Cockroaches try their best to ruin it.
Dee Dee wins a cow in a lottery.In prize he brings the cow to Oggy's house. Now for profits,the three got a bull.But it backfires on both of them.
The cockroaches, in an attempt to give Dee Dee a bath, turn the entire suburban region into an ocean, and Oggy's just woken up to that. Can our blue feline make it back into the house, or will the cockroaches dampen any more of his plans?
Oggy arrives at the supermart, and the cockroaches have tagged along. Soon, their never-ending quabble results in Oggy knocking down a huge pile of detergent. Oggy is kicked out by the security guard and is forced to disguise himself in order to enter the shop and complete his errands.
Oggy and Jack are hoping to relax at a ski resort. However, the cockroaches once again follow them, and trick Oggy into sledding down a dangerous slope. Can Jack save him?
While Oggy was playing and using his limitless imagination with clay, the cockroaches uses a clay Oggy as a voodoo doll to literally shape Oggy's life into a wreck in all the ways possible.
The cockroaches have a redneck cockroach visitor (their father) and can make plants come to life which Oggy is enjoying... until he gets overconfident.
Oggy plans on going caravanning but the cockroaches continually ruin it for him. Don't miss the last few seconds of the cartoon.
Oggy and cockroach Dee Dee wake up to find their fridge-freezer occupied by a penguin and its egg. It's (quite) obvious what this hostile occupation by a polar bird leads to...
When all else fails for Oggy to eliminate the cockroaches once and for all, then there is always one last resort... this time, the cockroaches attempt to fool Oggy into thinking there's a meteor coming.
While repairing a broken remote Jack accidentally creates a device that can control time. Chaos breaks out while he tries out this new toy, and things does not get better when the cockroaches get ahold of the item.
Jack made the backyard a beach for everyone to do whatever they had in mind, but all Oggy gets is nothing but disaster from the customers, and needs all the urgent help he can get - even if it means from the cockroaches in person.
Oggy, being sick and tired of having his vegetable patch invaded by the cockroaches, decides to protect his vegetables with an electric barbed wire fence. However, cockroach Dee Dee is trapped in the patch, and is soon adopted as a child by a hedgehog. Can Dee Dee's fellow roaches help him break out?
Jack's latest device at eliminating the cockroaches from the house ends up in the wrong hands when they manage to get Oggy to drink it. What's more, they're armed with some real wacky laughing gas as well.
Marky learns to do hypnosis and want to hypnotize Oggy for anything.
A jog in the park with Jack goes wrong for Oggy when he trips over, causing him to try and catch up. However, as always, the cockroaches are around to make matters worse for the blue feline.
Jack's love for playing toy soldiers turns into a nightmare when the cockroaches fool him into believing that there's a real war going on in the back yard.
When the cockroaches break the ear of one of Oggy's most precious figurines, he gets so frustrated and heart-broken that he simply sits still in the sofa, holding the rest of the broken ear in his hand. The cockroaches decide to build a robot to take Oggy's place in chasing them - a decision they will come and live to regret.
Dee Dee and Joey have decided they want to fly and Marky is the test subject in a number of very unsuccessful attempts.
Oggy receives a time-freezing whistle in the mail (along with some ear muffs). But when the cockroaches take notice of this, they trick him into thinking that he has frozen them in time. And upon doing so, they steal the whistle while Oggy's asleep and cause mayhem in the city.
Oggy is left to look after an ostrich for Jack. While it starts eating anything around the house, the cockroaches get involved with the ostrich chase. Dee Dee and Marky want to eat it, whereas Joey wants to ride it.
Oggy is on the duty of looking after a space station. However, the cockroaches have come aboard to cause the usual mischief, this time in the deep, dark, inky depths of the final frontier.
With electricity bills and economic shortage (lack of food and money), Oggy decides to take up a job test in order to look for work. One of the few episodes where the cockroaches support him.
The cockroaches are causing the usual trouble, again. Oggy is sick and tired of them bullying him all the time (at least more than he usually is), so he decides to get... a bodyguard.
Oggy is given a treasure map by the cockroaches. However, in order to get this 'treasure,' Oggy must break INTO a maximum security prison. The result... an all-out Prison siege.
Oggy wanted to play table tennis but Jack got busy trying to impress Oggy’s sister. The three cockroaches Joey, Marky and Dee Dee tried their best to ruin Jack’s attempts but Jack ended up conquering his love. Very romantic indeed.
Jack decides to help Oggy by showing him his inventions, purely designed for cockroach removal - which is, in fact, overcomplex and technologically advanced versions of the flyswatter.
Oggy is drafted into the Army, given the fact that he is fit for service, and the cockroaches decide to come along and cause havoc in the Boot Camp.
Oggy's taking a train home, apparently - until the cockroaches decide to give him their own brand of handling the railways.
After Oggy is bitten by a poisonous snake, Jack has to take care of him. However, the cockroaches try to prevent him from doing so, as well as allowing the poison inside of Oggy to kick in.
Carneval time! Oggy and Jack decide to dress up in different costumes. But the costumes soon causes a serious misunderstanding not only between the cats, but between two bears as well.
Upon returning from a picnic to the zoo with Jack, Oggy finds a Boa Constrictor in his picnic basket. In the process, it consumes almost everything in the house, namely Jack and the Cockroaches. Can this large reptile be taken back to the zoo before it gets indigestion?
Oggy strikes oil whislt doing a spot of gardening. Through this, he can earn a BIG profit, which brings attention to the cockroaches.
Oggy's cruise trip is rudely interrupted by cockroach Dee Dee while Jack, Marky and Joey are feeling... seasick.
Oggy prepares to meet up with his date, and her parents. However, a mix-up in the mail results in Oggy wearing the wrong attire: a magician's suit.
Oggy attempts to get a pine tree ready in time for Christmas, despite a dispute involving his inner-angel and inner-demon. To add insult to injury (or was it the other way around?), his inner-demon joins forces with the cockroaches and attempt to destroy all of the trees Oggy prepares for Christmas Time.
Once again, the cockroaches have raided Oggy's fridge in the middle of the night, but this time, they leave the fridge door open, causing the whole world to go into a second ice age. How can Oggy and Jack cope?
Oggy encounters the Loch Ness Monster in his swimming pool. Whilst he tries all his best to look after it, the cockroaches want to get rid of it by all means, at all costs - even if it means their physical health.
Oggy returns home after a night out with Jack and only wants to go to sleep but the cockroaches have other ideas.
On a rainy day, Oggy and Jack are watching TV when a thunderstorm damages the antenna. Oggy is sent to repair it, but a thunder hits him as well and he falls into muddy water full of snails, which makes him able to trespass walls.
When Oggy gets himself - and his original face - anviled by another prank the cockroaches made, Jack decides to take him to the plastic surgery to fix the problem. Unfortunately, misunderstanding and cockroach intervention will lead to severe and literral defacing - and it will be pretty ugly, too.
The cockroaches move into Bob's home, taking Oggy's TV, fridge and money with them. After reasoning fails him, Oggy tries to win back his key possessions by force.
Jack believes he is a good golfer but his caddy, Oggy, knows he isn't. Both suffer from attacks from the targets of Jack's wild swings.
In this fairytale-like story, Oggy accidentally runs over a frog whilst returning home from his shopping. He then tries to kiss it better, only to learn that this frog is actually a fairy, who decides to make a van out of his shopping bag. When Jack learns of Oggy's situation, he decides to find another frog/fairy in order to have a big night out.
Another series of cockroach pranks results in Oggy falling into a photocopier, and trapped inside a piece of paper. Can Oggy find a way out of this situation?
After watching a game of soccer on TV, cockroach Joey introduces it to Dee Dee and Marky, and decide to have their own game. However, they soon learn that finding the perfect pitch is no walk in the park.
Oggy's attempt at finishing a jigsaw puzzle starts to go to pieces when cockroach Joey steals the final piece.
The stairs at Oggy's house are too long, and is difficult for him to climb them up when chasing the cockroaches. So, he buys an elevator for making it easier to go to the second floor. But soon, cockroaches make everything go out of control.
Oggy is left to look after the baby of Jack and Monica while they were far away, which is, however, easier said than done, as the cockroaches are all hellbent on making this babysitting job a challenge.
Oggy and Jack's trip in Egypt takes the usual twist when the cockroaches show up to cause mayhem. However, the chase takes themselves and Oggy into a time vortex (inside a pyramid), leading to the Ancient Egyptian Empire time period, where our blue feline is suddenly taken into slave labour, whereas the roaches are all treated like Emperors. What's more, an ancient mummy awaits those who dare disturb its rest.
After seeing Oggy watch a TV sitcom, the cockroaches play a clever prank on him, which involves a tape recording of laughter. And if that's not enough, the recording ends up in Oggy's mouth while Jack and Monica are near to breaking up.
After his home gets reduced all the way down to ruins, Bob moves into Oggy's house for a stay while his house is being rebuilt. Just how would they react with this situation, only time will tell
Oggy buys a new carpet, which turns out to be a magic carpet, able to fly. When the cockroaches tie explosives to it, it goes out of control and Jack must save Oggy, who can't control the carpet.
Oggy and Jack are on safari on Africa. Dee Dee is there too, and is trying to ruin the trip. After monkeys steal their safari truck, Oggy and Jack must devise several ways to try to escape from the African wilderness.
One night a green giant comes to Oggy's neighborhood and Joey meets with him. He gives Joey a can of magic beans, which make Joey grow taller when he eats them. Joey spends all night trying to grow up enough to scare Oggy. But no matter how huge he grows, whenever he confronts Oggy, he is still shorter.
Jack and Oggy are having a racing contest in order to decide who should be allowed to use the TV's remote-control – something that only results in more mayhem.
Oggy finds a book on flower power and decides to become a peaceful hippy. The cockroaches try to provoke him into losing his temper.
Oggy's latest attempt at removing the cockroaches results in them (including our blue feline) taking a one way ticket to the rubbish tip. Can Oggy break out of the junkyard in one piece, especially with the cockroaches?
Oggy and Jack are left stranded in the middle of the ocean on a lifeboat following a shipwreck. Jack tries to find a way out while Oggy can only think about one thing, and one only: food
Oggy and Joey unwittingly catapult themselves to another planet. They later see a spaceship leading toward the invasion of Earth from aliens disguised as garden gnomes. The directive is clear and the imperative is obvious now: terminate the gnome aliens' invasion permanently and get back to Earth at once.
Oggy chases the cockroaches into his dirty laundry bag. However, they soon find out that this bag's a world of its own, and the clothes come to life.
Jack shows Oggy a machine that can transform objects into other things (i.e. transforming a cow into dairy products). But when the cockroaches throw Jack into the machine, Oggy makes his attempt to save him - even if it costs him his sane physical form.
The cockroaches are pulling yet another prank on poor Oggy. This time, they put massive, fake teeth in his mouth. Oggy is forced to call his old friend Jack in order to get rid of his new, oversized teeth.
After Oggy receives a lava lamp-like object from the post, the cockroaches release the blob from inside of it, which then starts growing and eating anything in its path.
A terribly windy day leads to Oggy nailing all appliances and furniture to the floor. However, the house itself gets blown away, landing upside down on top of a tree. Oggy tries to cope with a world gone upside down, but the cockroaches, again, make things hard.
Oggy is enjoying a barbecue in his garden and Jack is unsuccessfully trying to fly a kite. When he (Jack) gets wrapped in the line the cockroaches are using for their tennis ball, he starts a mayhem. The mayhem soon escalates and involves them all, including Bob and the Hawk living in Oggy's tree.
After the cockroaches pranks result in another encounter between Oggy and Bob, this time Oggy challenges Bob to a duel with Bob forcing on Oggy a boxing duel. Oggy calls Jack in order to get some help in training for the upcoming match - will Oggy get out of this fisticuff, or is it TKO for him?
While having a roast chicken cooked, Oggy finds a switch in his garden, which unveils a mountain from underneath his house. Unfortunately, the cockroaches have already made it into the house, awaiting his meal. Can Oggy make it back in, even with an encounter from a disco-dancing yeti?
Oggy adopts a kitten after it faces torment from the cockroaches. What's more, he's willing to teach this infant the proper cat etiquette, much to the confusion of Jack.
The stork is coming and, of course, he also brings babies. Oggy decides to dump a baby in Bob's garden. As the storks continue to bring babies, this results in an all-out infant battle between Oggy and Bob where both are trying different methods of dumping the babies in the opponent's garden.
Just as Jack was about to propose marriage to her, a thrill-seeking Monica decides to take up skydiving, taking both Jack and Oggy with her. However, Dee Dee has come along too, just to make the stunt harder for an already scared Jack.
Oggy trips over a small, fat kid sitting on the street and typing with a laptop. The kid then decides to follow Oggy home. Oggy tries (but to no avail) to call Jack for advice. But while he does, the unusually intelligent kid starts performing strange experiments on the cockroaches. Soon, Oggy must call the FBAÏ (Federal Bureau of Analgesics Ïo) for help.
Oggy is trying a new, super-strong detergent. The cockroaches decide to fill the washing machine to the brim with it as Oggy exits the laundry room. This causes the washing machine to over-flow and cover Oggy's house with pink foam. When a rain cloud washed it off, the house (and the garden) has lost all its colour. This has quite a depressive effect on both Oggy and the cockroaches.
The cockroaches' game of pick-up sticks is interrupted by Oggy, who is bowling. However, when Jack comes over, a chase begins, leading both cats to a real bowling alley.
Oggy buys a new type of crackers that causes anyone who eats one to speak non-stop in gibberish. Dee Dee tries one out and gains the ability to speak. However, the other cockroaches are not very impressed by Dee Dee's new verbal skills (and no one else by the way), until Jack also eats one of the crackers.