The original 48 shorts produced by Fred Seibert.
The Powerpuff Girls are judges in Townsville's yearly jam contest. Fuzzy Lumpkins is upset when his meat jam doesn't win and is looking for revenge.
Dee Dee and Dexter battle turning each other into animals, using Dexter's latest invention.
Note 1: First short to become a series after being deemed most popular through a vote held in 1995.
Note 2: First pilot to Dexter's Laboratory.
Yuckie Duck works as a cook and waiter in a dirty restaurant, and delivers unappealing orders to the demanding customers.
The Flintstones' pet, Dino, tries to keep the house cat outside for the night.
Johnny Bravo tries to score with a zookeeper girl by capturing a runaway gorilla.
Note: First pilot to Johnny Bravo.
Dogg is eating lunch in the countryside and get tormented by Sledgehammer O'Possum.
Based on the classic cartoon characters by Tex Avery, a bird crashes a light bulb so it doesn't disturb his sleep and sits in the empty socket. George and Junior, the building's janitors/engineers, are sent to fix it.
Hard Luck Duck, after venturing away from Crocodile Harley's watch, is a hungry fox's target to be cooked. The cartoon contains many similarities to one of Hanna-Barbera's previous characters, Yakky Doodle.
Shake the dog is invaded by Flick the flea. They are both accomplished musicians and find themselves in the competition of a lifetime as each one tries to outdo the other.
Captain Buzz Cheeply and his robot sidekick, Slide, must escape a planet whose inhabitants have abnormally sized foreheads but small sized brains, while finding a place to do their laundry.
Friends O. Ratz and Dave D. Fly live together in a trash can. One night it gets so cold that O. Ratz can't take it anymore and tries to sneak into a hotel with disastrous results.
The Bomb Squad (Pfish, a wacky shark and Chip, a lynx) is told by their chief to catch a mad bomber.
Louie and Elmo open a dry cleaning business together. Their first customer in the President of the United States and they have until 5:00 to get his suit clean. They run into a few problems and are running out of time.
George and Junior are forced to deliver Santa's presents to the kids, as they fail to deliver one of Santa's letters.
The mounted police of the Yukon has its uniforms stolen by a grizzly bear planning revenge on them when they skinned his animal friends. Yoink and Sergeant Thumbsworth Tharplung is sent to retrieve them.
Yuckie Duck is a paramedic and he has to perform life-saving feats such as pulling a tack out of a lion's posterior.
The Count (presumably Count Dracula) is forced to play with a 7-year-old girl in her room, after a mix-up in the schedule with his victims.
The Devil (later known as The Red Guy) kidnaps Chicken, who must be saved from damnation of smoking by Super Cow, who is his sister, Cow. This episode has been nominated for an Emmy. Pilot to Cow & Chicken.
A worm named Mr. Woim hitchhikes in the middle of the California desert alongside a bird named Mr. Boid. While driving there, Woim crashes Boid's car and they begin to hallucinate.
A cat that pricks his finger while sewing asks for help at the hospital, but its personnel do more harm then good.
A possum acquires an abandoned farm with three chickens to lay eggs for him, and has to defend them from a fried chicken titan, Major Portions.
The Powerpuff Girls aid the bumbling Amoeba Boys in becoming able criminals.
Big Bad Wolf wants to catch the three little pigs again. He decides the only way he can do it is to build a robot wolf to take his place.
Crawdad Eustace is fed-up with being treated as food and goes with possum pal Mordechai on a cross-country trip to New Orleans.
A fearful dog tries to stop an alien chicken's plans to invade Earth while in his owners' farm. Produced by Stretch Films in New York City and distributed by Hanna-Barbera. The short was developed into the final series spun-off from What a Cartoon!, Courage the Cowardly Dog, in 1999.
Pizza Boy must deliver a pizza to Antarctica safe and sound under five minutes, or else he will receive no tip.
Gramps tells his grandchildren about his battle against invading aliens.
Dexter prevents giantess Dee Dee from attacking the whole city.
Bloo and his dog friends sneak out of their owner's houses at midnight to set on a pirate adventure in the city.
Jealous King Raymond attempts to taint hero Jungle Boy's reputation after he begins to lose fame.
Godfrey the giraffe accidentally flushes his TV remote down the toilet. He and his friend Zeek spend the rest of the episode trying to get it back from the water plant.
A Wild West outlaw needs to finish the fourth grade, and deal with his obnoxious class rival, little Timmy.
A man named Reilly gets a cat named Flinch in order to impress a female cat lover named Sofie and threatens the cat that if there is a scratch on anything while he's away, he will send him to the violin factory. It won't be easy when Sophie leaves Flinch a feline playmate named Fix that ends up wrecking everything.
A first-time cook is preparing a dinner for his date. Trouble arises when the wind flips the pages from his cookbook.
Two moose believe they are going to be adopted by a rich hunter due to tracking collars that a biologist put on them (they think they are pet collars), and wreak havoc in his mansion.
Johnny Bravo is left stranded in an island filled with beautiful giant women.
Note: Second pilot to Johnny Bravo.
The bomb squad, Pfish and Chip, face yet another clown bomber, Blammo. It isn't easy when they have to watch and protect the chief's teddy bear whilst trying to stop the clown.
A greedy guy named Luther discovers the Paradox Pearl, which brings him good luck, but not without consequences. When Luther tries to turn it in to the city museum for ten million dollars, he finds out just how harsh the consequences are.
A robot finds a job as a janitor. He must remember that if it says "Don't Touch", don't touch.
Note: The series' only computer-animated short.
Snoot, the flea-like alien, finds a new home on a neurotic neat-freak dog, Al.
Steve, a homeless dog, is adopted by dimwit Larry (the only man to understand dog) and lives disaster after disaster when Larry takes him shopping.
Note: Episode's style developed into MacFarlane's Family Guy.
Sledgehammer O'Possum takes shelter from the cold in a mailbox, much to the dismay of a mailman named Ethel who will stop at nothing to make him leave.
A bear named Bill, a monkey named Knuckles and a turtle named Shelby try to enter the all-star Hackensack Zoo after feeling unwanted at the circus.
Swamp and Tad, two frog guards who work on Planet Marsh, are sent by the King to get a package on Earth.
Dino takes care of a baby dinosaur and tries to prevent him from growing.
Note: Second and final spin-off episode to The Flintstones.
Melvin is an alienated loser until he meets Malcom, a trumpeter cockroach who has a huge talent.
Note: The creator Bakshi disowned both shorts upon release.
Johnny is a peaceful and forgiving worm until a human steps on him repeatedly. As a result, the worm becomes paranoid and angered at the human race, seeking revenge.
Note: Style reminiscent of John Kricfalusi's The Ren & Stimpy Show; he is listed with a "Special Thanks" credit.
Melvin's saga continues as his partnership with Malcom is compromised by an urban superhero's intrusion. Meanwhile, Melvin's mother aids a criminal after being unable to meet with her son.
Note: The creator Bakshi disowned both shorts upon release.