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Weinerville was a live action / puppet that originally aired on Nickelodeon on July 11th 1993 to June 16th 1994. The series was a critical and commercial success but ended just after 2 seasons due to the decrease of popularity and copyright issues with the cartoons that were featured. Nickelodeon hadn't broadcasted any episodes since 1997, making episodes very hard to find.

In 2008, 24 episodes appeared on a private torrent tracker and were eventually uploaded to Youtube. A few other episodes and specials made its way online before mega upload was taken down in 2011. Of the 62 episodes, 37 have yet to be found.


Weinerville Intro (1993)

Weinerville Intro (1993)

So, Whats left on this show?

Along with the found full episodes which have been found, nothing else is known about the lost episodes. These are some of the only things left along with those full episodes, to prove its a real thing.

Pictures

Professor P.

(Professor P., Who is a minor and forgotten character. His character was considered by many to either be a doctor or a pharmacist or, if his episode shows in the future, a mechanic.)

Weinerville

(A scene in an unknown episode.)

( A similar scene like this is in a Youtube, labled 'weinerville 2 female slimings" With the same scene, proving that it might have been an extra in an episode)

Weinerville Bump

Weinerville Bump

( A Weinerville bumper)

Kids Pick the President- I'm Boney (1996)

Kids Pick the President- I'm Boney (1996)

( Nick special clip - Kids Pick the President 1996)

Weinerville- Censors (S2E10, partial)

Weinerville- Censors (S2E10, partial)

(A Partly found episode, S2, EP 10)

Episode List

Season 1: 1993 Episode title Airdate Synopsis Cartoons
01 Marc's Mother Visits July 11, 1993 Marc learns from Mayor Dottie that his mother is coming which explained why most of its inhabitants don't want to be around when she arrives. Gerald McBoing-Boing's Symphony (1953), Stage Door Magoo (1956) & A Leak in the Dike (1965)
02 Tooth Hurty July 11, 1993 Marc teaches the importance of taking care of your teeth. Marc shows us we can recycle gum after we chewed it with the "Gum Again Machine" and shows us interesting chewed gum art work.
03 Humidity July 11, 1993 A huge heat wave hits Weinerville as everyone tries to stay cool. Magoo Express (1955) & Forget-Me-Nuts (1967)
04 Cleaning Day July 11, 1993 While cleaning up Schnitzel's poop, Marc is called by Mayor Dottie to help get Zip out of the vacuum cleaner. Magoo's Cruise (1957) & Baggin' the Dragon (1966)
05 Zip In Space July 18, 1993 Zip plays on a toy rocketship and is accidentally launched into outer space. Marc and Mayor Dottie enlist Captain Ozone to help rescue Zip. The Dog Snatcher (1952) & A Wedding Knight (1966)
06 Missing Cartoon July 18, 1993 Mayor Dottie enlists a detective named Nick Tracy to find the missing cartoons. Punchy de Leon (1950), Ragtime Bear (1949) & Potions and Notions (1966)
07 Giant Spider July 18, 1993 A giant spider has caught Zip. The Miner's Daughter (1950) & Alter Egotist (1967)
08 Haunted July 18, 1993 Marc learns from Mayor Dottie that ghosts have been haunting Weinerville. Bwana Magoo (1959) & The Story of George Washington (1965)
09 Fitness July 25, 1993 After Marc overeats and becomes fat, Dottie puts him on a vigorous exercise program How Now Boing Boing (1954) & Christopher Crumpet's Playmate(1955)
10 Football July 25, 1993 Marc starts a football team as Big Pops, Mayor Dottie, and Socko want to be on it as the quarterback. Magoo's Canine Mutiny (1956) & A Wedding Knight (1966)
11 Zip Stuck In VCR July 25, 1993 Zip gets stick in the VCR as Mayor Dottie works to get him out. Giddyap (1950) & Keep the Cool, Baby (1967)
12 Magic Episode July 25, 1993 Mayor Dottie has a Magic kit and she has to use instructions. She zapped Zip too many times but she can't stop waving with her wand. Matador Magoo (1957) & Throne for a Loss (1966)
13 Bubblegum August 1, 1993 Upon seeing Mayor Dottie's bubblegum-blowing trophies, Zip starts blowing bubblegum and starts getting trapped. Rock-Hound Magoo (1957) & Boy Pest with Osh (1963)
14 Talent Show August 1, 1993 Weinerville is holding a talent show, Big Pops plays the kazoo with his nose, Marc juggles, and Dottie does a mime act. However, Captain Bob's drums and hula girl wins!, Merry Minstrel Magoo (1959) & High But Not Dry (1967)
15 Dottie's Birthday August 1, 1993 It's Mayor Dottie's birthday as Marc tries to find her a good birthday present. Scoutmaster Magoo (1958) & The Magic Fluke (1949)
16 Spaghetti August 1, 1993 Big Pops makes his special spaghetti and meatballs which everyone wants to try as he demonstrates how he makes it. Mouse Trek (1967) & My Daddy the Astronaut (1967)
17 Bake Off August 8, 1993 The citizens of Weinerville are baking cakes in order to raise money for the Old Puppets Home. Madcap Magoo (1955), My Daddy the Astronaut (1967) & Think or Sink (1967)
18 Balloon Zip August 8, 1993 Mayor Dottie gets some balloons from Nick Tracy (who was last seen in "Missing Cartoons"). When Zip asks Mayor Dottie for a balloon, he gets stuck on one of them. Meanwhile, Pops and Louie have an argument on who has been belching smoke near their buildings. Magoo's Homecoming (1959), A Balmy Knight (1966) & The Stuck-Up Wolf (1967)
19 Baseball August 8, 1993 Zip takes an interest in joining Weinerville's baseball team, while practicing his batting. Marc has been getting tired of Schnitzel's jokes that he tells the audience to test there hand eye coordination by focusing on throwing baseballs at a target, like Schnitzel! Magoo's Masquerade (1957) & The Blacksheep Blacksmith (1967)
20 Budget Cutbacks August 8, 1993 Mayor Dottie gets a call from the Head of the Network that there is going to be some budget cutbacks. Gerald McBoing Boing (1950), Pink and Blue Blues (1952) & The Opera Caper (1967)
21 Popcorn August 15, 1993 Zip cooks up some popcorn, however, he uses way too much, the whole Puppet City is covered in popcorn. Magoo's Lodge Brother (1959) & Trash Program (1963)
22 Recycling August 15, 1993 Everyone in Weinerville does their part in recycling. Magoo Goes Skiing (1954) & The Itch (1965)
23 Snow Day August 15, 1993 It's snowing in Puppet City, Little Pops shovels all his snow to Louie's door, closing him in. Magoo Slept Here (1953) & The Fuz (1967)
24 Train Ride August 15, 1993 Zip rides a train in Dottie's office, but it goes out of control and Zip goes crashing through the wall. Marc has his own train with a couple children from the audience, and tells them to smile and wave and makes a ratings joke. Ballet-Oop (1954) & Frog's Legs (1962)
25 Zip's Family Treasure August 22, 1993 Dottie puts together a seance to connect with the spirit of Zip's great grandfather to find out where his family treasure barried. Things however keep on interrupting her. Sloppy Jalopy (1952) & Bringing Up Mother (1954)
26 Ziggy Zag Concert August 22, 1993 The Ziggy Zag Concert is occurring in Weinerville How Now Boing Boing (1954) & From Nags to Witches (1966)
27 Camp Idontwanna August 22, 1993 Baby Jeffery, Marc's nephew, is going to camp. Dottie was nice and packed for him. Due to rules, Dottie packed too many suitcases and has to repack! When Magoo Flew (1954) & Clean Sweep (1967)
28 Auxiliary Satellite System August 22, 1993 Dottie can't watch TV, her auxiliary satellite is on the fritz. So she calls for Captain Ozone to try and fix it. Then Boney tells us about "Jack and the bean stock", "Humpty Dumpty", and "Little Red Riding Hood". Dottie finally ends up having Zip be her satellite because his legs pick up great reception. Georgie and the Dragon (1951) & A Leak in the Dike (1965)
Season 2 Episode title Airdate Synopsis Cartoons
30 Ratville May 2, 1994 Professor Phosphate’s rats escaped from his lab and are all over puppet city! NOTE: Dottie's green building part of the set doesn't have the bricks drawn on, or the shade over the window. Marc's Playland lab coat is yellow, unlike the rest of season two where it is grey.
30 Viva Las Weinerville May 3, 1994 Dottie came back from her Las Vegas vacation, and thought it would be nice to add some flair and pizazz to Weinerville! Crashcup Invents Baseball (1961) & The Dirty Sinker (1967)
31 Dottie's Replacement May 4, 1994 Dottie has been feeling burned out, so she is going on a vacation. Marc is auditioning people to be acting mayor. Even Pops and Louie try out!
32 Weinerville For Sale May 5, 1994 Donald Rump (parody of Donald Trump) is trying to buy out Weinerville to make room for a burger joints and casino. Dottie and Marc do their best with not letting this happen, or Marc will be replaced by a guy named Bob Burger.
33 Eric Von Firstensecond's Spell May 6, 1994 Eric Von Firstensecond is plotting to take over Weinerville by taking over the citizen's minds! All but Marc and Commander Ozone are unaffected because then the show wouldn't have an ending. (unknown Alvin Show segment) & Working on the Railroad (1961)
34 60 Seconds News May 9, 1994
35 Fire Safety May 10, 1994 Marc and the Weinerville residents teach us how dangerous fire is and how to prevent fires from starting.
36 Magic Lamp May 11, 1994 Invents the West & (unknown Alvin Show segment)
37 The Puppet's Court May 12, 1994 Pop’s and Louie’s arguments have got out of control until finally Marc has an idea to settle their latest dispute in the puppet’s court with Dottie being the judge, she find’s both guilty of being “pains in the butt”.
38 Broken Weinerizer May 13, 1994 The Weinerizer is broken, Marc being a proud “do-it-yourself” guy offers his best to fix it, he eventually does in the last minute, Zip was helping him and he gets stuck until the end of the show where he grows into human size then falls out the side of the machine.
39 Network Censors May 16, 1994
40 Louie Becomes a Citizen May 17, 1994 Louie, after waiting many years for his papers gets to become a citizen of Weinerville! So the gang throws him a party!
41 Louie's Crush May 18, 1994 Louie has a crush on Dottie! Alvin's Cruise (1962) & Magoo's Glorious Fourth (1957)
42 Dottie's Cousin May 19, 1994 Dottie goes on vacation and has her cousin fill in for her who happens to boss around the Weinerville gang like a drill Sargent.
43 Brain Switch May 20, 1994 Dottie and Commander Ozone switch bodies in a Freaky Friday sort of way!
44 Parallel Universe May 23, 1994 Commander Ozone and Wilson are entering coordinates to visit Weinerville, however Wilson let his hair grow little to big that he reads the coordinates backwards. They enter a parallel Weinerville, a world just like Weinerville but backwards, even roles are reversed.
45 Boney's Spell


May 24, 1994

Professor Phosphate’s invention goes wrong, and it releases a toxic gas that makes everyone in Puppet City act like Boney.
46 The Time-Slot War May 25, 1994 Dottie got wind of the network wanting a show to air before “Weinerville”. but news travels fast that everyone in Puppet City has a show idea, things get out of hand.
47 Dottie's High School Reunion May 26, 1994 Dottie has been invited to her high school reunion. Not particularly excited, she invites Socko as her date, and makes a great impression.
48 Loca Cola May 27, 1994 Dottie is addicted to the “Loca Cola” soda, and learns a lesson on when to say “no”.
49 Weinervilla May 30, 1994 Weinerville is being sued by a spanish show called “Weinervilla” claiming “Weinerville" stole their idea. Ostrich (1961) & Mexico-the Brave Chipmunks (1961)
50 Ego Crazy May 31, 1994 Everybody in Weinerville has there ego’s out of control, even Boney is threating to quit unless he gets “Barney” money. So Marc calls upon Kevin Elemeno P. to come and be the voice of reason, however, Kevin runs the Weinerizer and Playland, and his ego gets out of control. Polly Wolly Doodle (1961) & Theodore's Dog (1961)
51 Marc's Errands June 1, 1994 Marc has so much to do, that he is not around for the first half of the show, Kevin Elemeno P.’s mom helps run a Socko skit, Kevin comes out stopping the sketch. Marc eventually comes back and keeps Kevin from shutting the production down.
52 Variety Show or Sitcom June 2, 1994 Dottie and Marc disagree on what the show is, but finally come to an agreement after turning the show into a sitcom (I love Lucy parody, with Marc playing the husband). Then the second half was a variety show with dancers, and even a song “Welcome to Weinerville"
53 DTV

June 3, 1994

Mayor Dottie abandons her role as the Mayor of Weinerville and starts her own public access fly-by-night cable network. While Strolling in the Park (1961) & This is Your Life, Clyde Crashcup! (1961)
54 Socko Framed June 6, 1994
55 Royal Dottie June 7, 1994
56 Zip Runs Away June 8, 1994 Zip feels unappreciated and he runs away where he goes to live with Captain Ozone. Luckily in a Wizard of Oz-type of way, Zip encounters a "fairy godmother" who looks exactly like Louie and explains how he is important. Zip makes it back home by wishing, "There's no place Like Weinerville" with Zip's hot Cocoa too!
57 Dottie’s Dating Game June 9, 1994 Dottie gets a love letter from an old flame, that lives in Alaska. She leaves over night, not knowing that Marc planned a Dating Game for Dottie (The Dating Game Parody, none of the three bachelor’s can not see Dottie. The bachelors are played by Ray Abruzzo as a hunky bad boy, Scott Fellows as a nice clean cut guy, and Brian Berns as a filthy slob) with Dottie being gone, Marc provides the voice for her. Meanwhile Dottie learning that the flame of hers is seeing someone else, she storms back home. However she isn't back before she is supposed to choose who she wants to date, so Marc chooses the nice guy. Dottie comes back and chooses the good looking bad boy.
58 Weinerville: The Movie June 10, 1994 Marc is directing and working on casting for a motion picture based on Weinerville, actors and actresses try out. (NOTE: The actors are kids and are not in puppet sets, but are in costume in center stage)
59 Marc's Lost Memory June 13, 1994 Marc hits his head and loses his memory after Mayor Dottie tells him that the head of the network Clara Cloud is coming. Now Mayor Dottie, Zip, Pops, Louie, and Professor Phosphate must find a way to restore Marc's memory.
60 Back to the Past from a Look into the Future June 14, 1994 Professor Phosphate creates a devise that can look through the future and the past.
61 Pollution June 15, 1994 Eric von Firstensecond uses Weinerville as his landfill area. While Marc works on a way to clean up the mess, Zip becomes Eco Man to combat Eric von Firstensecond. Polly Wolly Doodle (1961) & Theodore's Dog (1961)
62 XR-3 Space Shuttle Game June 16, 1994 Dottie invents a new video game, it is a success, that the evil Eric von Firstensecond sees how much money she made, that he wants to marry her of course she says no. So he takes matters into his own hands Marc, Socko, Commander Ozone and even Wilson get kidnapped and trapped from Fufusky’s evil poison string (Silly String). Luckily Commander Ozone has a harmonica he was playing in jail, that also transmits to Professor Phosphate. The professor works out a devise in Playland to free Marc and the crew. Boney runs the Weinerizer and Playland. Finally Firstensecond is trapped in the video game getting smacked with meteors by Socko who enjoys playing the video game. Good Neighbor (1961) & Mexico-the Brave Chipmunks (1961)
TV Specials & Air Dates:  Title Plot
December 31, 1993 Nick New Years '94 (Host segments) Marc and his Weinerville characters host the best Nickelodeon shows and Nicktoons of 1993. (NOTE: This is the first time we see Boney's new design and Dottie with the season two wig)
Special 1: December 31, 1994 New Year's Special: Lost in the Big Apple When Marc and the Weinerville gang head to New York City for New Year's, Dottie accidentally forgets to inform them that they have to join Cocktail Frank and His Weenies to perform at Nick's New Year's Eve party and tries to get the message out to them.
December 31, 1994 Nick New Years '95 (Host segments) Marc and his Weinerville characters host the best Nickelodeon shows and Nicktoons of 1994. This one is shot in Times Square with guests, Danny Tamberelli , Melissa Joan Hart
Special 2: December 14, 1995 Chanukah Special The Weinerville inhabitants are celebrating Chanukah at the Weinerville Ski Lodge as Marc is on his way there with his family and friends. Two potato pancake-looking Sectos named Nivek and Sinrek are pursued by the evil alien king Antidorkus (Brian O'Connor) of the Kerg Empire and crash-land at the Weinerville Ski Lodge where they receive the help of Boney, Socko, and Fluffy the Dog.
Special 3: February 17, 1996 Election Special: From Washington B.C. Boney is running for president, and the Weinerville gang helps him with his campaign. However the other candidate Hugh J. Magnate (Steven Weber) is not pleased and is working on an evil scheme to sabatage Boney and his chances of winning. Kid's offer there hands in helping Boney and exposing Hugh for his evil plan. (NOTE: The character Hugh J. Magnate makes another appearance years later with writer Scott Fellows other project A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!


(As you can see, the older episodes become more and more lost. The final episode aired on June 16, 1994. The final episode to air is XR-3 Space Shuttle Game, as Weinerville's quality started to drop. The episodes which are lost seem to have little to no information on what cartoons or segments are.)

Guest stars

  • Marc Summers of Double Dare is referenced regularly, made a cameo on the "Giant Spider" episode, as well as all in the Chanukah, New Year's, and Election Specials.
  • Pro Wrestler Kevin Nash on the "Chanukah Special"
  • Phil Moore of Nick Arcade on the "Variety Show or Sitcom" episode
  • Dr. Joyce Brothers on the "XR-3 Space Shuttle Game" episode
  • Moira Quirk of Nickelodeon GUTS, on the "Variety Show or Sitcom" episode
  • Huey Lewis
  • The cast of [Clarissa Explains It All on the "DTV" episode

(not all interviews were shown, Sean O'Neal and Jason Zimbler were just quickly glimpsed)

  • Melissa Joan Hart on the New Year's, and Election special, and on the "DTV" episode
  • Mike Maronna of The Adventures of Pete & Pete made a cameo on the New Year's special
  • Paul Shaffer made a cameo on the New Year's special
  • Bill Maher on the Election Special
  • John Tesh and Mary Hart on the Election Special
  • Leeza Gibbons on the Election Special
  • Pat O'Brien on the Election Special
  • Joe Lieberman on the Election Special
  • Andy Lawrence
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