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The show was canceled in by Nickelodeon due to its creator Joe Murray wanting to spend more time with his family. Following the cancellation, Games Animation produced the pilot of Hey Arnold! InAlbie Hechtthen-president of Film and TV Entertainment for Nickelodeon, met with Nickelodeon artists for a brainstorming session on the elements of their ideal studio, and, with their feedback and some inspiration from the fabled Willy Wonka chocolate factorycreated "a playful, inspirational and cutting-edge lab which will hopefully give birth to the next generation of cartoon classics.
During the launch party, a gathering of union labor supporters formed a picket line to protest Nickelodeon's independent hiring practices outside the studio's iron gates. Each has its own color and design environment and includes a living room, writer's lounge, and storyboard conference room. The studio also has a Foley stage for recording live sound effectsa post-production area, sound editing and mixing rooms and an upstairs loft area with skylights for colorists. The New York studio primarily took over production of Nick Jr.
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He is somewhat uptight and believes strongly in being polite and neat. He is a stickler for cleanliness and, like most cats, has aquaphobia.
Despite his sophisticated personality, Cat also has a dark side. Whenever he snaps, he becomes a ruthless, psychopathic maniac of whom even the Greasers are scared, once they see what he is capable of doing especially his stress-induced, superhuman strength, evident in one episode when he destroyed the Greasers' monster truck with a single punch.
Dog voiced by Tom Kenny is the more happy-go-lucky and more naive of the two. He is also the source of clumsiness. As his name implies, he is a dog. He is extremely ambitious when Cat or any other character convinces him to take on a task, diving right into it with full force and energy.
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Dog is the typical loyal dog and is easily convinced. He is quite gullible and will believe everything he is told. His attention span is very short and he is easily distracted by balls, garbage trucksbones, food, and his overactive imagination.
Because of his more simple nature, Dog usually is the one who gets the pair into trouble. Not paying attention to Cat's warnings, his actions almost always end up with some severe consequences.
Despite this, in many of the episodes, it is shown that Dog is usually the one that is more popular and athletic of the two, such as the episode when CatDog both went back to school to complete Cat's last day of High School. Like Cat, Dog adores his brother and looks up to him no matter how many times Cat steers him into danger. He is often distracted with chasing shadows and chasing after tennis balls, and loves eating garbage.
Much to the neat-freakish Cat's dismay, Dog leaves a mess everywhere he goes. His recurring catchphrase is, "Hi-ho diggety! Oddfellow voiced by Carlos Alazraqui is a tailless blue mouse that lives in CatDog's house in the hole in the wall, and the anti-hero of the series, next to The Greasers and Rancid Rabbit. Winslow speaks with a typical Brooklyn accent. Winslow is always full of wisecracks about anything and everything.
He is very sneaky and underhanded with CatDog, especially with Cat. Winslow and Cat do not get along very well at all, because he is always getting Cat in trouble.
However, it was eventually revealed that Winslow may be afraid of Cat, because Cat tried to eat him once.
Dog, however, does not mind Winslow and is friendly with him. Deep down, he has a very big heart and loves Dog and at some point acts as CatDog's conscience and guidance for living in society, but acts out against them. His catchphrase is "What are you? They serve as the main antagonists of the series. They act no differently from school playground bullies, picking on anyone either weaker or different from them, usually by "pounding" them.
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They pick on CatDog mostly Cat because of their freakish nature. Dog sometimes gets along with them because he is also a canine. They initiated him into the gang after he had proven his worth.
The Greaser Dogs also have a fear of tickswhich renders them helpless in almost any situation. The name Greasers is a reference to the greaser subculture. The leader of the Greasers. He wears a black jacket with a picture of a dead cat on the back of it. He is very short-tempered and speaks similarly to Winslow with a Brooklyn accent only not as high. He got a taste of his own medicine when Eddie was accidentally glued to his jacket, which turned them into "Squirrel Dog".
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Once this happened, Shriek and Lube kicked him out of the Greasers because now he was a "two-headed freak. However, once he was free of Eddie, he returned to his old bullying ways and rejoined the Greasers.
In the episode "Beware of Cliff", when he is trapped under a massive weight for several days, he made a solemn vow never to bully anyone especially CatDog, despite Cat's suspicions again should he escape this fate, though it did not last very long because he got trapped again under a falling tree and later wanted to pound them again. Later episodes reveal softer sides of Cliff, such as his love for ballet and cashmere.
Two episodes say that he was not an only child; the only proof is a niece and a nephew. Despite being the leader of the Greasers, he got banned from the group once, and he got pounded by Shriek and Lube for attacking them in one episode he was protecting Catdog from them because of a vow to never bully them again.
Shriek DuBois voiced by Maria Bamford: The only girl in the Greasers and possibly the smartest of the group. She is a tiny yellow poodlewith a squeaky voice with a slight raspy quality to it. Shriek has blonde, poofy hair and wears a green shirt with the letter "S" on it.
Though she is as tough and loyal as the other two, she harbors a secret crush on Dog, though he is unaware of this.
Shriek will not hit Dog, but will only hit Cat. In the episode "Rich Shriek, Poor Shriek" it is revealed that she came from a rich family, but she despised the posh life, and so she left home and became a Greaser.
Also, in the episode "Back to School" Shriek is shown to have a niece named Squeak, who greatly resembles her.
A houndhe is the slowest and sweetest one of the group. He will forget what he has been saying and slur his speech. He is the most loyal of the three Greasers.
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Despite his dimwitted nature, Lube is musically talented and is fluent in Spanish. In one episode, he rolls up his right trouser and takes off a wooden leg. He also works part-time as a mechanic.