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The Catburglar
Season 2, Episode 10
Dan vs the catburglar
Air date March 31, 2012
Written by Kirill Baru, Eric Zimmerman
Directed by Ashley Lenz
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"The Catburglar" is the tenth episode of the 2nd season and the thirty-second episode overall. It originally aired on March 31, 2012

Overview Edit

Dan's cat Mr. Mumbles goes missing, drawing him into a film noir-style caper, and the arms of a captivating, mysterious woman.

SummaryEdit

Coming Soon!

Trivia Edit

  • This episode is told in a film noir-style
  • Mr. Mumbles plays an unusually large role in this episode, as her getting kidnapped is driving force for the plot.
  • Honey claims Mr. Mumbles was a White-Tailed Himalayan Switchback and that they're worth a lot of money, but in reality that's actually a type of rocking chair.
  • Elise has a very minor role in this episode, she is running a race during the events of it, the only important thing she does is stop Honey from getting away.
  • Most of this episode is Dan re-telling a story to his tape recorder, the only events that aren't re-told as a story are the last few minutes of the episode.
  • Honey was hiding Mr. Mumbles in her night stand the entire time.
  • Mr. Mumbles and Poopsie are the only characters that find love in this episode... with each other (Which means Poopsie is most likely a male)

Characters Edit

GalleryEdit

Promos Edit

  • The first and only promo is a clip uploaded on The Hub's YouTube channel on March 26, 2012.
  • "When Dan's beloved cat, Mr. Mumbles, goes missing, Dan finds himself drawn into a nourish thriller & into the arms of a beguiling mystery woman." - desctiption
    Dan Vs02:09

    Dan Vs. "The Catburglar" (Clip 1) - The Hub

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