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Oggy and the Cockroaches
Format Animated television series
Created by Jean-Yves Raimbaud
Voices of Mark Waterworth, Steve Swift, Liz English, Lizzie Waterworth, Dean Clark, Richard Jones, Paul Stewart
Country of origin
France France
No. of episodes 195
Executive producer(s) Marc du Pontavice (Xilam Animation)
Running time 10 minutes per episode
Production company(s) Universal Studios, UK
Original run October 14, 1999 – November 24, 2008
External links
Official website

Oggy and the Cockroaches (also known as Oggy et les Cafards in French) is a French animated series produced by Gaumont Film Company , creator of the popular series Space Goofs.



  • Created by Jean-Yves Raimbaud
  • Directed by Olivier Jean Marie and Thomas Szabo
  • Producers Marc du Pontavice (Xilam Animation)
  • Composer Hugues Le Bars, [1] Lester Barnes, Herve Lavandier


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.

The cartoon itself relies on slapstick humour, much like its "ancestor", Tom and Jerry, only amplifying the level of extremities up a notch; while "traditional" slapstick cartoon characters prefer dropping anvils and pianos on each other, this show sometimes uses even buses or submarines. Despite these however, most gags are easily accessible and enjoyable for younger viewers. Since dialog is kept to a minimum the humour is entirely visual.

The additional voices for characters were done by Mark Waterworth, Lizzie Waterworth, Richard Nicholls), and Hugh Laurie.


The 30 minute show typically contains 3 episodes. The voices were all provided by Marc du Pontavice, but no spoken voice is heard, but the speaking voice was used only in the United Kingdom. However in the French version, certain voices like laughter could be used on one of the cats and later on one of the cockroaches when sped up. In Germany, witty poems relating to the screen action were dubbed over the original sound, written by German dialog editor legend Eberhard Storeck and spoken by actor Dirk Bach. In India, the cartoon has been dubbed in the voices of famous Bollywood actors and this has added a lot to the humour.

Success in France

Broadcast in over 150 territories worldwide, the largest television Oggy is one of the most successful animation French ranks among the most audiovisual exported. In the best tradition of the golden age of the cartoon, Oggy and the cockroaches is now a cult series that has 3 seasons or 195 episodes of 9 minutes 58 seconds. Multi-broadcast in France on GULLI since 2005 and on CANAL + since October 2008, Oggy is the cartoon for children. For that accompany fame and unprecedented phenomenon, has developed a Xilam licensing program until 2011.


Five DVDs came out in 2003 within the United States, with 12 episodes each.

A French DVD boxset is available of the complete first series, 78 episodes in all plus the pilot and an episode from Season 2.

List of Main Characters

  • Oggy is the protagonist of the show. Oggy usually spends his time either watching TV or doing housework - when not chasing roaches. Although sometimes acting somewhat female (or in some cases, dressing like a maid, gardening), his gender can be considered male (in one episode the roaches steal his laundry bag and keep dropping a track of clothes - Oggy picks them up one-by-one, but, embarrassed, moves off screen when a brassiere becomes visible among the boxer shorts and socks).
    Despite the constant mayhem caused by the cockroaches, Oggy has developed a sort of love-hate relationship with them, having lived with them for a long time. Whenever he finds himself alone in his house, he will eventually begin to miss the cockroaches along with their pranks. In one episode (So Lonely), he even uses a tape recorder with their laughter on it and plays their pranks on himself out of boredom. Oggy has come to realize that without the cockroaches, nothing fun or interesting ever happens in his life.

Voiced by Mark Waterworth, born in the London Borough of Hillingdon on 15 July 1971.

  • Dee Dee is an ever-hungry, devour-it-all purple-bodied, orange-headed roach with green eyes. His appetite sometimes reaches insane regions, often resulting in the consumption of larger animals or other things (such as hyenas in one case and due to the effects of a poisonous mushroom in another case, an insect. Another instance was the fish on the wallpaper (Oggy's Clone)and a clown fish [Scuba Diving].

Voiced by Lizzie Waterworth.

  • Marky is a suave heartbreaking, grey-bodied, green-headed roach with pink eyes, often not really caring about what the two others are doing. While he originally used to love causing mischief just like the other cockroaches, he has grown to be more laid-back in later episodes, though he still enjoys hanging out with Joey and Dee Dee and cause general mayhem like he has always done. His hobby is dating girls - even puppets - and reading books. He also has bad breath, as revealed in the episode "It's a Small World" (how he can stand his own bad breath is debatable, as he couldn't stand the smell of gas in "French Fries").

Voiced by Dean Clark.

  • Joey, a pink-bodied, purple-headed roach with a pink right eye and yellow left eye, is the self-proclaimed leader of the roaches. Even though he's the smallest roach in the gang, most of the time he's the brains behind the operations, but is sometimes forced to go solo, because his companions think his plans are stupid.

Voiced by Richard Jones, born in Camden, London, the same birthplace as the Series 2 actor: Scott McCord.

  • Jack is the other cat in the show. He is Oggy's cousin and a complete opposite of Oggy; Jack is short-tempered, violent, arrogant - a perfect target for the roaches to annoy. He often finds himself building huge machinery such as roach-catching contraptions, most of the time resulting in backfiring. He is also very interested in Chemistry (that is, the more explosive parts of it). Jack is Oggy's very close friend (he often sleeps over at Oggy's house) and neighbour (though he drives the couple of feet between their houses whenever he visits Oggy). Jack can come into Oggy's home without knocking and he often goes to see Oggy to help him against the roaches' evil schemes. He owns a monster truck and his telephone number is 2. He can often bully Oggy as well at times.

Voiced by Steve Murray Swift.

  • Monica, Oggy's sister and Jack's love-interest. In one episode (Don't Rock The Cradle) they seem to have a child together. She visits Oggy's house every now and then. She is well known for being very active and likes to take on physical challenges such as sky diving and bungee jumping. She's always seen skating around on her inline skates. Out of all the main characters, she has the least amount of appearances; even fewer than Bob.

Voiced by Liz English.

  • Bob, Oggy's huge neighbor dog, - though he's not mentioned in the opening credits - is one frequent star in the show. While Bob tries to live his life as quietly and calmly as possible, the next door racket usually results in destruction of his property, for which he usually responds with pummeling one of the cats. This mostly happens off-screen, usually because the image is changed to silly wallpaper-like backgrounds; the only hint the viewer gets is fighting sounds and cat-squealing. In the episode 'Working Cat', it is revealed his teeth and gum are entirely composed of metal. It is interesting to note that in the episode 'Off Limits', Bob has portraits of Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, Anne of Cleves, and Catherine of Aragon on the walls of his house. Bob is a person who seems to have Anger management, as he always, either, hurt Oggy, Dee Dee, Marky, Joey and Jack.

Voiced by Paul Stewart.

List of Oggy episodes

Series 1

# Title

(French title)

Overview Written by
1 2 3 Bitter Chocolate

(Chocolat amer)

Oggy gets a box of deluxe-chocolate delivered to his house and gets inside to enjoy it. But the cockroaches (quite obviously) have decided to take it all for themselves.

(Sidenote: The cockroaches laughter in this episode is different, as this is the pilot episode)

John Brennan
French Fries

(Les frites)

After making some french fries, Oggy intends on having a well-deserved snack... that is, if he can take them back from the cockroaches first.
Mission Oggy

(Mission Oggy)

After getting himself trapped in a drink bottle, cockroach Dee Dee is kidnapped by Oggy and locked up in the fridge. Upon seeing this, Marky and Joey attempt to get past Oggy's newly installed defences and save their fellow roach by all means, at all costs.
4 5 6 It's All Under Control

(Coup de cafard)

The cockroaches decide to jump into Jack's head, take over his brain and control him to wreak havoc all around the place - including Oggy, if necessary. Unfortunately for them, this is going to be easier said than done... Malcolm Williamson
It's Been a Hard Days Noise

(Tchao Tympan)

Oggy wants to listen to his music CD in peace, but the cockroaches decide to pump up the volume into and beyond acceptable limits.
The Patient

(Le patient)

Jack ends up frozen in a block of ice while chasing the cockroaches so Oggy nurses him. Unfortunately the cockroaches have changed Jack's medicine for an evil concoction of their own.
7 8 9 Shake Oggy Shake

(Rythme & Bleus)

Oggy and Jack were washing clothes and dishes for chores but, for obvious reasons, the cockroaches crank Oggy's coffee up QUITE a notch as to make Oggy do everything very fast. Joe Williams
The Rise and the Fall

(Plus dure sera la chute)

Jack is building a skyscraper in Oggy's back garden. However, when helping in the making of this building, Oggy experiences a complete acrophobia until Jack helps to get him to sleep. But the problems are just getting started. Oggy is sleepwalking, and to make matters worse, the cockroaches are around to sabotage the skyscraper at all costs.
It's a Small World

(Petit, petit, petit)

Using a photocopier, Oggy shrinks himself down to the cockroaches' size in order to infiltrate their home and take back the key to his padlocked fridge.
10 11 12 Happy Birthday

(Joyeux anniversaire)

The good news: Oggy is having a birthday party, and Jack's invited (he stacks champagne glasses for the party). The weird news: the cockroaches are also invited, and up to no good again, as usual. Even worse, Oggy develops suicidal tendencies later on following an unintentional accident (which Jack triggered), forcing Jack to try and protect him for as long as he can, even if it means taking the lumps himself. Malcolm Williamson

(La metamorphose)

After consuming a piece of irradiated chocolate (obviously placed in the box by the cockroaches), Oggy transmutates into a cockroach himself! How will Jack react to this?


Oggy invites his date over to his house for dinner. However, he starts to get jealous when cockroach Marky falls in love with her. And soon, this jealousy will escalate a brawl...
13 14 15 The Wrong Side of the Bed

(Vendredi 13)

Superstitious Oggy finds out that today is Friday the 13th, and starts acting paranoid. And as always, the cockroaches are willing to take full advantage of his dilemma. Holly Lyons
Go Slow With Your Dough

(Sois zen avec l'oseille)

Jack has to pay a debt. He brings into Oggy's house a suitcase full of money, for Oggy to look after it. And Oggy becomes paranoid knowing that all that money is in his house.
Tooth Good to be True

(Dent de lait)

After witnessing Oggy receive money from the tooth fairy, Joey plans on getting some himself. He is unwilling to give this up, even if this means losing all of his teeth in the process.
16 17 18 One Track Life

(Une vie duraille)

While Jack is hooked on video games, Oggy tries to pass the time by playing with a train set. However, when the cockroaches come aboard, he soon becomes a part of their roller coaster. Rebecca Stevens


After seeing Oggy's new remote-controlled lawnmower, the cockroaches forge their own cat-destroyer machine that looks like a mouse, but acts like an alligator.
Nine Months and Counting

(37°2 toute la journée)

The cockroaches' latest prank on Oggy has them inflating his stomach, making him think that he's pregnant. However, he'll soon find out that only girls can have babies, and not boys...
19 20 21 A Tip for the Road

(Soigne ton code)

Oggy, in order to get his driver's license, takes driving lessons with the driving instructor. The cockroaches, of course, try their best to shift the chaos into turbo. John Brennan
The Outsider

(Cherchez l'intrus)

A mouse makes his way into Oggy's household, taking whatever he wants, namely food and shelter. Unfortunately, Oggy has a fear of mice and the cockroaches aren't getting on well with this uninvited guest.
Baby Doll

(Jolie poupée)

Oggy is playing with his doll and its included playhouse. The cockroaches, however, have taken the playhouse for themselves and when Marky spots the doll, he falls in love with it. This results in Oggy making an all-out siege on the playhouse to take back what's rightfully his.
22 23 24 So Lonely

(La solitude)

Oggy finally manages to remove the cockroaches out of his home permanently, but gradually regrets doing so, as he starts to miss them, leading to a severe tantrum. Kathy Sandford
Oggy and the Giant Roaches

(Oggy et les cafards geants)

Oggy believes he's seeing things big, really big, after the cockroaches implant binocular lenses into his eyes.
Oggy and the Babies

(Oggy et les bébés)

Oggy and Jack, after eradicating the cockroaches from their house, receive 3 baby kittens that look like Jack - little do they knew and suspect that these bundles of joy are actually the roaches in disguise, obviously in retaliation for being kicked out of the house.
25 26 27 A Dog Day Afternoon

(Comme des chiens)

Oggy arrives at home after shopping and trips over a small pup. He takes it inside and start pinching his own nose as a squeezing toy to play with the pup. When Jack arrives he, of course, begins to think that Oggy has gone crazy as Jack and the pup are not seen simultaneously. Dave Ingham
Fishing Frolic

(Jeux de carpes)

Jack takes Oggy on a fishing trip, with neither of them knowing that cockroach Dee Dee has come along with them. While Jack keeps a large fish at bay, Oggy is learning how to fish whereas Dee Dee is eating all of the bait.
Rock 'n Roll Altitude

(Rock 'n Roll Altitude)

Oggy has a fear of flying, and while taking him on a flight, Jack tries hypnosis to help him relax. However, while a relaxed Oggy has gone walkabout around the plane, the cockroaches have come aboard as well, in which they leave all of the pilots tied up and gagged in order for them to cause the usual sabotage.
28 29 30 It's a Long Way Down

(La tête et les muscles)

While Jack takes up mountain climbing, Oggy intends on reading a good book from his library, only to end up getting stranded in some very high book shelves by the cockroaches, while Jack is having problems of his own at the mountain. Looks like it's going to be a real long way down for both of our feline friends... John Brennan
Oggy's Night Out

(Un dîner en ville)

Oggy and Jack have a meal out at a fancy restaurant. Unfortunately, things take an unexpected and a real bad turn, as the cockroaches are stealing their orders and Jack can't wait any longer to tuck in.
Oggy's Diet

(Le regime d'Oggy)

Overweight Oggy decides to keep fit, much to the dismay of the cockroaches. What can those pests do to this situation? By performing the usual sabotages to make sure Oggy stays the way he is.
31 32 33 The Time Machine

(Voyage dans le temps)

Poor Oggy, as usual, gets in an accident involving Jack against the cockroaches in retaliation of his cake being eaten, ending up being squashed into a disk. TO make sure he'll never repeat that mistake twice, Jack builds a time machine to go back in time and prevent the accident. Unfortunately for him, turning forward - and back - the clock may yield unwanted results. Paul Alexander


Oggy desperately needs to use the bathroom, but the cockroaches have it occupied and do all what they can to keep him out.
House for Rent

(Maison à louer)

The cockroaches rent Oggy's house to a redneck who kicks Oggy out. In trying to get his house back, Oggy finally rents it out to a wrestler who is even worse.
34 35 36 The Lottery Ticket

(Le ticket de loto)

Oggy and Jack won the lottery ticket number for a massive sum of money, but the cockroaches want the lottery ticket for the much-needed money as well. Malcolm Williamson
Bait Bites Back

(L'âppat se rebiffe)

Oggy and Jack were going fishing but Oggy try to catch the cockroaches as baits - and these baits sure can bite back!


Dee Dee is just swimming on Oggy's yogurt, when, unknown to him, Oggy drinks it up, and Dee Dee along with it. Dee Dee then travels around Oggy's insides and decides to give Oggy the mother of all indigestions.
37 38 39 Space Roaches

(Les Cafards De L'espace)

Three alien cockroaches from another world (obviously genetically resembling Dee Dee, Marky and Joey) visit Oggy's household. They constantly shape-shift Oggy and Jack into different objects and share good moments with the regular cockroaches. Malcolm Williamson
Deep End

(Le caillou qui voulait nager)

Taking a simple bath soon escalates into a desperate struggle for Oggy when the cockroaches sabotage it, especially when our blue feline can't swim and has a severe case of hydrophobia. Can Jack help him overcome this seaborne problem?
The Hiccup

(Aux secousses)

What started out as a sip from a simple cup of coffee turns into intensely strong hiccups for Oggy. And while attempting to steal his fridge, the cockroaches get involved with his situation.
40 41 42 Toys R Oggy

(Remue meninges)

Oggy has found a lot of new toys for him to play with during Christmas Eve, but when an extended boxing glove punched Jack, his brain was knocked out of him and the cockroaches use it as a toy - and an initiative to make the holiday matters for Oggy worse. Paul Alexander
Granny's Day

(Mamie jubile)

Oggy's granny comes to visit. It's her birthday and what she wants is three dead cockroaches.
Oggy goes Snailing

(Coquilles en stock)

Oggy found a poor snail and kept it as a pet and bought a lot of snails he enjoy. However, he is about to be in for one slippery ride...
43 44 45 Cat Kit

(Kit en tas)

Jack arrives with a put-it-together-yourself roach-catching trap. When he tries to get some silence to work, the cockroaches try their best in causing as much noise as possible. This forces poor Oggy to try and keep them quiet, which is easier said than done. Carol Noble


Oggy gets a video camera in the mail and attempts to film the cockroaches' final demise. However, just as he could get to watching the end of it, the roaches decide to get their ultimate revenge by stealing his tape and recording him in the most humiliating way possible.
The Dictator

(Le dictateur)

While helping to catch the cockroaches, Jack starts acting like a ruthless, superior-minded Dictator to Oggy, reducing him to a downtrodden proletariat - an action he will live and come to regret, as that will evolve into a struggle between control and freedom...
46 47 48 Oggy vs. Super Roach

(Super cafard)

While repairing the roaches' TV in one stormy night, Dee Dee is struck by lightning, which gives him superhuman strength. However, Dee Dee lets this get to his head, causing him to be a bully toward Oggy and even to his fellow roaches, Marky and Joey. Olly Smith


The cockroaches fight Oggy over getting a sun tan. Their main scheme this time has them in a tire-made hot-air balloon under the guise of a rain cloud.
Memory Lane

(Souvenir souvenir)

Oggy finds some old love letters from a girl he used to go to school with. However, the cockroaches play a more rotten than usual prank, which involves faking a date and replacing Oggy's deodorant with insect repellent that stinks so badly.
49 50 51 The Carnival's in Town

(Tremblez maneges)

The carnival has come to town, and Oggy and Jack are more than happy to go into it. Unfortunately, the cockroaches also decide to go the carnival, just to have massive fun wreaking havoc all over the place... Chris Trengove
Beware Of Destruction

(Attention traveaux)

Jack is renovating Oggy's house and when the cockroaches steal his cement tray to use it as a swimming pool. Unfortunately, Jack ends up as a statue when the cockroaches put cement in his drink. Worse yet, they are about to take full advantage of his severe disadvantage.
Oggy and the Magic Flute

(C'est pas du pipeau)

After seeing a snake charmer on TV, Oggy decides to make his own flute, in which he steals a car part from his neighbour Bob. Upon adding holes to it, Oggy plays it and unwittingly hypnotises cockroach Marky into being a dog that would remain loyal to him, much to the dismay of cockroaches Dee Dee and Joey.

(Note: This was Bob's First appearance)

52 53 54 A Bird of Ill Omen

(Chasse toujours... tu m'interesses)

Oggy is minding his own business, watering his flowers when a turkey comes running and hides behind his back. Shortly after, a visually impaired hunter appears from the hedge. The hunter has a problem, and so is for Oggy: because of his poor eyesight, turkeys looks like Oggy to him and Oggy looks vice-versa. Malcolm Williamson
Duck Soup

(La revolte des canards)

Jack and Oggy were making and preparing Duck Soup for their dinner, with the main ingredient being the duck itself – until a lot of its angry, protesting friends show up.
Winner Takes All

(Qui perd gagne)

Conflict begins between Oggy and Jack after cockroach Joey sabotages a game of chess just by stealing one of the pieces.
55 56 57 The Ghost Hunter

(Oggy contre les fantômes)

After Oggy finishes them off once and for all with a frying pan, the cockroaches come back as ghosts and constantly make nightmares a reality for poor old Oggy. Will Oggy be able to put down this paranormal paranoia he has created, and how will he do it - or is it all over for his sanity? John Brennan

(Balle au but)

Oggy gets his hands on a new, super bouncing-ball. He decides to try it out and it soon bounces all over the house, wrecking everything in its path. And things don't get any better when Joey accidentally swallows it.
Happy Campers

(Les Joies Du Plein Air)

Oggy and Jack go camping and, after a number of mishaps, starting with Dee Dee eating a plant that causes hallucinations to the user, upset a wild boar who follows them home.
58 59 60 The Piggy Bank TBA

'(La tirelire)

Alan MacDonald
Oggy's Clone

(Le clone d'Oggy)

The cockroaches play a hit-and-run prank where they frame Oggy by dressing up as him and attacking Jack.
A Truce for Christmas

(La tréve de Noël)

Christmas Eve... a time of love, of gift-giving... and a time of advantage for the cockroaches as they attempt to ruin Oggy's Christmas, even with the truce formed by them...
61 62 63 TV Obsession

(Complètement accro)

Oggy is hooked onto his favourite TV program. However, this doesn't stop the cockroaches from having fun, by locking his TV in a safe. Allan Plenderleith
Race to the Finish

(A tout berzingue)

Jack bought Oggy a remote control car and they want to race with them, but then the cars are now annoyances and chasing - and chased by - the cockroaches to run them all over.
Monster from the Mud Lagoon

(La nuit du grime)

Oggy watched a scary movie about a Monster from the Mud lagoon while Jack tripped over a mud and Oggy believed Jack is really the monster. The cockroaches try all what they have in their sleeves to intensify Oggy's fear of Jack.
64 65 66 The Garden of Horrors

(Le jardin des supplices)

Oggy was just minding his business, gardening the grass while the cockroaches made it worse by making them bigger. Joe Williams
Caught in a Trap

(Pris au piege)

Oggy wakes up and finds his house completely messed up. The cockroaches have yet again plundered his fridge and caused a mess which makes Oggy's eyes pop out of his head. He is now forced to protect the fridge as best as he can.
Blue Sunday

(Tout le charme d'un weekend)

Jack takes Oggy on a Sunday trip with the beach as the destination. The cockroaches decide to tag along. But trouble is always around the corner when the cockroaches are placed in a small space (Jack's car in this case) together with the two cats.
67 68 69 Cloning Around

(La multiplication des cancrelats)

Jack is tired of the weak, useless Toxins in the Insecticide. He decides to enhance it by using his new Chemistry Set. The result is... a Gas that has the ability to clone the subject it used on. Dave Ingham
3 Wishes and You're Out

(Les 3 voeux)

A bedouin, who is lost and parched in as desert, finds a magic lamp. He uses his three wishes to get a palace, a pile of gold and lovely girls - but he forgets to wish for water. The genie flees after being attacked by the infuriated bedouin and of course, ends up in Oggy's house.
Virtual Voyage

(Voyage virtuel)

It's all out Cyberspace War as Oggy, with his vacuum cleaner, and Joey takes the daring voyage in the internet in order to return to the real world - however, system errors, bugs, power flows and even Jack himself are hellbent on slowing Oggy and Joey down...
70 71 72 Abominable Snow Moth

(Mite des neiges)

Things go upside down in the winter when the abominable snow moth came into and eats any yarn in its path in Oggy's home. How would Oggy respond to this cotton-involving incident? Chris Trengove
The Neighbor's Cat

(Le chat de la voisine)

The fat neighbor woman treated Oggy as a pet cat when the real neighbor's cat made it happen - and the cockroaches want Oggy stay that way by all means.

(Lune de miel)

While Oggy was eating honey or jam, it brings along an old bee woman which cockroach Joey is in love with, starting up a literal honeymoon - involving irritating Oggy.
73 74 75 Loony Balloons

(Zig zags pour deux zigues)

Oggy and Jack share a ride in a remote-controlled hot-air balloon. However, it soon becomes a joyride when their remote ends up in the cockroaches' hands. Malcolm Williamson
Oggy and the Magic Broom

(Balai à réaction)

A wizard quietly sleeps over at Oggy's house for the duration of the day. Meanwhile, the cockroaches fight over the usage of his flying broom against Oggy.

(Sandwich au sable)

Oggy is going to the beach for what he thinks will be a relaxing day off. What he doesn't notice, is that the cockroaches has decided to tag along. And when Oggy and the cockroaches are near each other, trouble is bound to happen.
76 77 78 Emergency Room


Oggy was sent to the hospital when he tripped over down the stairs in pursuit while Jack watched over him. Unfortunately for him, the cockroaches decide to take a visit to the hospital - just to make an already bad situation worse for Oggy. Olly Smith
Oggy Van Winkle

(Vieilles canailles)

The cockroaches receive a zapping from Oggy's newly found Chronofreezer gun. They eventually wake up (thanks to a poodle marking its territory on them) in the future where they see Oggy and Jack at a very old age. The cockroaches decide to take advantage of this, which results in a chaotic fight the future has never seen before.
A Night at the Opera

(Première a l'Opera)

Jack is now a tenor and is making a performance at the opera. Dee Dee wishes to join in and tries to team up with him. Jack, however, tosses Dee Dee in a trashcan as his way of saying "no". But it will take more than that to break Dee Dee's dream, as he is trying to ruin the performance and take it all for himself.

Series 1.2

# Title

(French title)

Overview Written by Script by Storyboard by
27 Fame and Glory

(En piste)

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. Joe Williams Olivier Jean Marie Lionel Alliax
Hide and Sick

(L'art du camouflage)

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. Michel Gaudelette Francois Reczulski
Love and Kisses

(La soeur d'Oggy)

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.

(Note: This is the first episode that features Monica.)

Olivier Jean Marie
28 Milk Diet

(De pis en pis)

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. Dave Ingham Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
Wash Day

(La baigne)

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? Jean Louis Capron, Christopher Olivier
Crazy Shopping

(Oggy fait du shopping)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Patrick Claeys
29 Ski Bugs

(Tout schuss)

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? Joe Williams Olivier Jean Marie Francois Reczulski
All Out of Shape

(En pleine deforme)

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. Jean Louis Capron Ludovic Hell
Roachy Redneck

(Le cousin de la Cambrousse)

The cockroaches have a redneck cockroach visitor (their father) and can make plants come to life which Oggy is enjoying... until he gets overconfident. Michel Gaudelette Lionel Allaix
30 Hit the Road Oggy

(Bonne vacances Oggy)

Oggy plans on going caravanning but the cockroaches continually ruin it for him. Don't miss the last few seconds of the cartoon. Dave Ingham Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
Penguin Pandemonium

(Madame le Pinguin)

Oggy and cockroach Dee Dee wake up to find their fridge-freezer occupied by a penguin and its egg. It's (quite) obvious what does this hostile occupation by a polar bird leads to... Michel Gaudelette Patrick Claeys
That's the Last Straw!

(La fin des haricots)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Reczulski
31 Perpetual Motion

(Mouvement perpetuel)

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. Alan MacDonald Paul Nougha Francois Reczulski
Life's a Beach


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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Rosso
Saving Private Dee Dee

(Maman tu piques)

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? Jean Louis Capron Francois Rosso
32 Laughing Gas

(Le poll à rire)

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. Allan Plenderleith Michel Gaudelette Ludovic Hell
Hip Hip Hip Hypnoses

(Hip Hip Hip Hypnose)

Marky learns to do hypnosis and want to hypnotize Oggy for anything. Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
Missing in Action

(Pedu de vue)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Olivier Poirette
33 Take Cover

(Tous aux abris)

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. Alan MacDonald Jean Louis Capron Patrick Claeys
Copy Cat

(Mecanic Oggy)

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. Jean Louis Capron Francois Rosso
High Flyers

(C'est du vol)

Dee Dee and Joey have decided they want to fly and Marky is the test subject in a number of very unsuccessful attempts. Paul Nougha Jean Charles Fink
34 The Wonder Whistle

(Arrêt sur image)

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. John Brennan Paul Nougha Francois Reczulski
The Hungry Ostrich Empire

(L'empire de l'autruche hongroise)

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. Oliver Jean Marie Fabien Brandily
Lost in Space

(Le silence de l'espace)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Charles Vaucuelle
35 Working Cat

(Un Q.I. de 120)

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. John Brennan Paul Nougha Patrick Claeys
Beware of the Bodyguard

(Gare au gorille)

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. Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
My Beautiful Prison

(De l'or en barreau)

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. Paul Nougha Olivier Jean Marie
36 Go for it, Jack

(Plaier et amour)

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. Chris Trengrove Michel Gaudelette Olivier Jean Marie
The Techno-files

(Vive la technique)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Patrick Claeys
Soldier for a Day

(Les 3 jours qui changèrent le monde)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Reczulski
37 Do Not Lean out of the Window

(Le train complètement fou)

Oggy's taking a train home, apparently - until the cockroaches decide to give him their own brand of handling the railways. Alan MacDonald Olivier Jean Marie Olivier Jean Marie
7 Minutes & Counting

(7 minutes pour vivre)

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. Michel Gaudelette Fred Vervisch
Un-Bear-able Bears

(Le bal des ours)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Rosso
38 Warning! Boa on the Run

(Oggy et le boa gobeur)

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? Dave Ingham Michel Gaudelette Olivier Jean Marie
Saturday Black Fever

(La fièvre du samedi noir)

Oggy strikes oil whislt doing a spot of gardening. Through this, he can earn a BIG profit, which brings attention to the cockroaches. Olivier Jean Marie Rudy Bloss
Mayday Mayday!

(La croisière, ça m'use!)

Oggy's cruise trip is rudely interrupted by cockroach Dee Dee while Jack, Marky and Joey are feeling... seasick. Paul Nougha Rudy Bloss
39 The Joker Joked

(Magicien malgré lui)

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. Amanda Swift Paul Nougha Francois Reczulski
Green Peace

(Noël au balcon, practisons!)

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. Nicolas Gallet Patrick Claeys
Keep Cool


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? Marc Du Pontavice Francois Reczulski
40 The Pied Bagpiper

(La cornemuse enchantée)

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. Dave Ingham Olivier Jean Marie Fabien Brandily
Sleepless Night

(Nuit blanche)

Oggy returns home after a night out with Jack and only wants to go to sleep but the cockroaches have other ideas. Olivier Jean Marie Pascal David
Walls have Ears

(Oggy passemuraille)

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. Francois Reczulski Francois Reczulski
41 Face Off

(Nouveau nez)

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. Dave Ingham Paul Nougha Fred Vervisch
Off Limits

(Défense d'entrer)

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. Francois Reczulski Francois Reczulski
Golf curse

(Les rois du green)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Thomas Szabo
42 The Pumpkin that Pretended to be a Ferrari

(La citrouille qui se prenait pour une Ferrari)

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.

(Note: The cockroaches do not appear in this episode.)

Allan Plenderleith Nicolas Gallet Francois Reczulski
Paper Chase

(Format A4)

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? John Brennan Nicolas Gallet Patrick Claeys
Penalty Shot


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. Paul Alexander Olivier Jean Marie Christophe Pettit
43 Oggy's Puzzled

(Paisible puzzle)

Oggy's attempt at finishing a jigsaw puzzle starts to go to pieces when cockroach Joey steals the final piece. Alan MacDonald Michel Gaudelette Francois Rosso
Going Up

(Étages mécaniques)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Reczulski
Don't Rock the Cradle

(Objectif nou-nou)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Patrick Claeys
44 Pharonuf

(Le secret de la pyramide)

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. Paul Alexander Olivier Jean Marie Jice Dessaint


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. Paul Nougha Francois Rosso

(Chacun chez soi)

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. Francois Rosso Francois Reczulski
45 Magic Carpet Ride

(Les milles et une peurs)

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. Jon Groves Michel Gaudelette Christopher Olivier
Safari so good

(Safari golade)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Charles Vaucuelle
Joey and The Magic Bean

(Un problème de taille)

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. Michel Gaudelette Francois Reczulski
46 Control Freak

(Enroule du cable)

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. Kathy Sandford Olivier Jean Marie Olivier Jean Marie
Flower Power

(Le poids des mots)

Oggy finds a book on flower power and decides to become a peaceful hippy. The cockroaches try to provoke him into losing his temper. Michel Gaudelette Thomas Szabo
What a Dump

(Poubelle story)

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? Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
47 Sea Risks

(Il etatit un petit navire)

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. Kelly Marshall Olivier Jean Marie Charles Vaucuelle
Mission to Earth

(Les envahisseurs)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Lionel Alliax
Oggy's Bag

(Oggy bag)

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. Nicolas Gallet Francois Reczulski
48 Jack in a Box

(La machine)

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. Kelly Marshall Michel Gaudelette Rudy Bloss
A Tooth for a Tooth

(Dent pour dent)

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. Francois Rosso Rudy Bloss
The Blob

(Mon ami le blob)

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. Olivier Jean Marie, Nicolas Gallet Jice Dessaint
49 Upside Down

(Sens dessus dessous)

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. Paul Alexander Paul Nougha Francois Reczulski

(Le barbecue)

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. Michel Gaudelette Lionel Alliax
Boxing Fever

(Le match)

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? Paul Nougha Rudy Bloss
50 Up to No Good

(Le septième ciel)

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? Toby Rushton Nicolas Gallet Francois Rosso
Oggy has Kittens

(L'apprentissage de la vie)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Ludovic Hell
Baby Boum

(Un petit nid douillet)

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. Nicolas Gallet Charles Vaucuelle
51 Sky Diving

(Chute libre)

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. Malcolm Williamson Olivier Jean Marie Thomas Szabo

(Le petit genie)

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. Olivier Jean Marie Lionel Alliax
Black and White


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. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Reczulski
52 Strike!

(Le bowling)

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. James Henry Michel Gaudelette Patrick Claeys
Chatter Box

(Les pipelettes)

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. N. Gallet, P. Nougha, J.L. Capron, Patrick Claeys
Welcome to Paris

(Ça c'est Paris)

Oggy's trip in Paris goes horribly awry when the cockroaches, somehow, hitch a ride. The chase starts at the Eiffel Tower and goes all the way to Notre Dame de Paris. Olivier Jean Marie Francois Rosso

Series 2

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301 18/10/2008 26/11/2008 French:Octopus - English:Just Sushi and You Oggy has made a new friend what he is SUPPOSED to chop into sushi: an octopus. Just as they thought things can't get any weirder, then in comes the cockroaches for all too obvious reasons. Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh
302 19/10/2008 28/11/2008 French:Objets trouves - English:Lost & Found Oggy visite les montagnes et remplace son ami chien de berger pour faire son travail. Toby Rushton, Marc Du Pontavice
303 20/10/2008 28/11/2008 French:Gardiens de nuit - English:Radioactive Cats Things are about to go nuclear as Oggy and Jack try their best neutralizing the usual cockroach threat, all while trying to avoid completely nuking nuclear plant 311 by doing anything stupid... Diane Redmond, Alan MacDonald, Marc Du Pontavice
304 21/10/2008 03/12/2008 French:Cafards abandonnés - English:Abandoned Cockroaches
305 22/10/2008 03/12/2008 French:La vie de château - English:Life's a Castle
306 23/10/2008 05/12/2008 French:Le gros bleu - English:The Big Blue In this episode, Oggy and Jack decide to take scuba diving in their recent vacation. But even the big blue won't be a safe place for them once the cockroaches also take the plunge. Meanwhile, Jack tells him that "The Early Bird Catches The Worm"!
307 24/10/2008 10/12/2008 French:Oggy et les chaussures magiques - English:The Magic Shoes Oggy découvre dans la rue des chaussures à talons compensés magiques qui lui permettent de faire des claquettes.
308 25/10/2008 French:Casino - English:No Cash in Los Vegas When a free coupon of £1.000.000 (from Universal Studio) lands home on Oggy's hands, Jack uses this to his advantage to consider making a trip to the Casino. But when the cockroaches enter the scene, then it begs the question: will Oggy and co. hit the Jackpot, or will they completely break the bank - unneccessarily literally?
309 26/10/2008 French:Oggy prend les rennes - English:Oggy Takes the Reins After Santa Claus suffers serious damage in a cockroach-related accident from the chimney on Christmas Eve, it is Oggy that must bear the burden of being his replacement and bringing Christmas cheer to the known neighborhood. Unfortunately, as always, the cockroaches show up and uses every trick in their books to make the holiday matters a living heck for ol' Oggy.
310 27/10/2008 French:Invincible - English:Invincible for a Day
311 28/10/2008 French:Le Mon de Pilotes - English:Do you enjoy spouting flights? Oggy et Jack deviennent apprentis pilotes d'avion
312 29/10/2008 French:Carottes vivantes - English:Live of Them Carrots En s'apprêttant à dévorer des légumes pour son déjeuner, Oggy s'aperçoit qu'ils sont vivants.
313 30/10/2008 French:Vive les mariés !!! - English:Long Live the Big Shots! What begins as a routine day in the Navy for Oggy and Jack soon becomes a deep sea nightmare when the Cockroaches, yours truly, come aboard the latest submarine available in the fleet.
314 31/10/2008 French:Transamazonienne - English:Transamazonians in the Closet
315 1/11/2008 French:Les naufragés - English:Shipwrecked Pendant une croisière, Oggy et Jack tombe accidentelement du paquebot et atterrisse sur une île.
316 3/11/2008 09/12/2008 French:Volte-face - English:Turn About Une sorcière perd sa baguette magique qui tombe entre les mains des cafards qui deviennent géants
317 4/11/2008 09/12/2008 Papa poule French:Oggy découvre une poule qui pond des oeufs en or - English:Discovering the Eggs
318 5/11/2008 09/12/2008 French:Le fugitif - English:The Fugitive Cat
319 6/11/2008 French:China Town - English:Houdini Whodunit?! Oggy's seemingly innocent trip to China, that ancient country known too well for the Great Wall, instantly becomes a nationwide chase most extreme when the cockroaches manage to hitch a ride.
320 7/11/2008 16/02/09 French:Le monde du dessus - English:It's the World at the Top (UK only) Peter Blanchard, Dave Ingham, Alan MacDonald, Marc Du Pontavice
321 8/11/2008 French:Opération termites - English:Operation:TERMITE Joey engage un termite pour dévorer la maison d'oggy
322 19/11/2008 French:Upon-Tyne wood - English:Hollywood Cruds What began as a quiet Hollywood visit made by Oggy to see his favorite star at the premiere is bound to escalate into a disaster movie of his life as the usual cockroach calamity emerges, involving parodies of some well-known blockbuster movies filmed here, from Star Wars to Saving Private Ryan.
323 19/11/2008 French:La guerre du mini golf - English:Golf Game
324 20/11/2008 French:L'ancêtre - English:Ancestor Me!
325 21/11/2008 French:Vacher - English:The Horse Un jockey prête son cheval à Oggy pour le garder.
326 22/11/2008 French:Les princes de la glisse - English:The Princess of the Slides
327 23/11/2008 French:De tresorerie pour l'or - English:Money Business
328 24/11/2008 French:Partie sur le pouce - English:The Not-Secret Surprise Series Final Episode: Oggy has a secret surprise and Jack does not know the surprise, as the cockroaches break the Easter party. Meanwhile, Monica and Oggy put out the decorations and the cake, and as for the cockroaches to invite a roachy redneck called Alex. A party takes place in a nightclub to mark the end of Oggy and the Cockroaches. Oggy yells "WHOOPEEE, LET'S DANCE!!!" and his friends dance along to the rock music. Richard C. Pearce, Laura Beaumont, Paul Larson, Marc Du Pontavice
329 25/11/2008 The Crab
330 26/11/2008 Granny visiting

Broadcasting History





  • YTV Launched on September 1, 1988
  • Vrak-TV

Costa Rica








Hong Kong/Singapore/Malaysia/Indonesia/Thailand/South Korea


  • M1"Cicabogarak"


  • Chill tadka(Nick)




  • Arutz HaYeladim










Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Televizija Kantona Sarajevo
  • FTV




South Africa

South Korea






United Arab Emirates



  • Xilam's other popular program, Space Goofs had a few appearances, whilst the show featured appearances from Oggy and the Cockroaches.

Some appearances include:

    • The playhouse in Baby Doll is the same house the Space Goofs live in.
    • In one episode, Oggy whistles to the Space Goofs' Theme tune.
    • In another episode, there is a framed picture of Gorgious Klatoo.
    • In "Gardiens de nuit", All 4 Space Goofs (from Season 2) make an appearance.
    • In "Bitter Chocolate", A group picture of the Space Goofs, including Stereo from season 1, is framed in one of the rooms.
    • in another episode,Jack built a small canoe and its name was Titanic.
    • The cockroaches are probably named after Joey Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone and Marky Ramone, the vocalist, bassist and drummer of the Punk Rock band Ramones.


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