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=== Season 1 (2006–07)[edit][redakto | redakto tekstin burimor] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No.
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Tiger Cat''': An artistic monkey paints Tom to look like a tiger.
'''Feeding Time''': Jerry frames Tom for feeding zoo animals so Spike can fire him. '''Polar Peril''': A polar bear protects Jerry from Tom and Butch.
'''Polar Peril''': A polar bear protects Jerry from Tom and Butch.
|-
!2
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Joy Riding Jokers''': Spike and Toodles mistakes Tom and Jerry for valets.
'''Cat Got Your Luggage?''': Tom and Jerry trash a fancy hotel lobby. '''City Dump Chumps''': Tom and Butch fight over Jerry in a junkyard.
'''City Dump Chumps''': Tom and Butch fight over Jerry in a junkyard.
|-
!3
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Way-Off Broadway''': Tom and Jerry play musical instruments.
'''Egg Beats''': Jerry's music causes Tom's hen to lay eggs quickly. '''Cry Uncle''': Jerry's uncle returns for a visit and sings.
'''Cry Uncle''': Jerry's uncle returns for a visit and sings.
|-
!4
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Bats What I Like About the South''': Jerry disguises himself as a bat to scare Tom.
'''Fraidy Cat Scat''': Jerry pretends to be a skull by hiding inside of it and scaring Tom. '''Tomb It May Concern''': Tom and Jerry find gold inside a pyramid.
'''Tomb It May Concern''': Tom and Jerry find gold inside a pyramid.
|-
!5
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Din-O-Sores''': Tom and Jerry discover their world is full of dinosaur eggs.
'''Freaky Tiki''': A mystical tiki puts Tom and Jerry under a spell. '''Prehisterics''': In prehistoric times, Tom and Jerry's ancestors outwit each other.
'''Prehisterics''': In prehistoric times, Tom and Jerry's ancestors outwit each other.
|-
!6
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Digital Dilemma''': Tom's computer traps him and Jerry in a virtual world.
'''Hi, Robot''': Tom makes a robotic girl mouse to catch Jerry. '''Tomcat Jetpack''': Tom dons an experimental flying suit.
'''Tomcat Jetpack''': Tom dons an experimental flying suit.
|-
!7
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Fire Breathing Tom Cat''': The king sends Tom to slay a dragon.
'''Medieval Menace''': Tom is captured and thrown into a dungeon. '''The Itch''': Jerry wants to join a band of rats, whose music causes everyone to itch.
'''The Itch''': Jerry wants to join a band of rats, whose music causes everyone to itch.
|-
!8
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Ho, Ho Horrors''': Jerry enters Tom's dream and turns it into a nightmare, resulting in both of them trashing their entire house in their sleep.
'''Doggone Hill Hog''': Spike tackles Tom and Jerry in the snow. '''Northern Light Fish Fight''': Tom and Jerry fight over a fish.
'''Northern Light Fish Fight''': Tom and Jerry fight over a fish.
|-
!9
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Cat Nebula''': In outer space in the future, Jerry is captain of a mouse-run freighter (Nibbles) and Tom is a green-skinned alien.
'''Martian Mice''': At a farm, giant-sized mice from Mars mistakenly abduct Tom and Jerry. '''Spaced Out Cat''': Tom tries to win Toodles back from Spike by building a spaceship and being the first one to get to the moon.
'''Spaced Out Cat''': Tom tries to win Toodles back from Spike by building a spaceship and being the first one to get to the moon.
|-
!10
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Octo Suave''': An octopus mistakenly tries to woo Tom.
'''Beach Bully Bingo''': Spike and Butch surf fight at the beach Bingo. '''Treasure Map Scrap''': Jerry tries to find a treasure in the sea.
'''Treasure Map Scrap''': Jerry tries to find a treasure in the sea.
|-
!11
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Destruction Junction''': Spike is put in charge of the rest of a building's construction while the crew are in hospitalized after suffering an extreme case of splinters.
'''Battle of the Power Tools''': Tom and Jerry, formerly homeless, become rich overnight shortly after their numbers come in, so they split their millions and each sets out to build a [[mansion]] across from each other. '''Jackhammered Cat''': Tom and Jerry stumble into a feast, guarded by Spike, at a construction site to which neither the cat nor mouse are invited.
'''Jackhammered Cat''': Tom and Jerry stumble into a feast, guarded by Spike, at a construction site to which neither the cat nor mouse are invited.
|-
!12
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Tin Cat of Tomorrow''': Fed up with Tom failing to catch Jerry, Mrs. Two-Shoes orders a robotic cat to replace Tom.
'''Beefcake Tom''': Tom enrolls at a gym. '''Tomcat Superstar''': Tom quits show business and retires to a farm.
'''Tomcat Superstar''': Tom quits show business and retires to a farm.
|-
!13
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Piranha Be Loved By You''': A piranha makes it hard for Tom to win Toodles' affection
'''Spook House Mouse''': Tom and Jerry's antics lead them into a haunted house. '''Abracadumb''': Tom and Jerry engage in a magic duel.
'''Abracadumb''': Tom and Jerry engage in a magic duel.
|}
 
=== Season 2 (2007–08)[edit][redakto | redakto tekstin burimor] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No.
|-
| colspan="4" |'''More Powers to You''': Tom must guard the power rings of a team of superheroes ot supervillains Spike and Butch.
'''Catch Me Though You Can't''': Jerry is zapped by a speed ray, making him faster-than-ever. '''Power Tom''': Tom and Jerry fall into a garden hole where they find a basement headquarter.
'''Power Tom''': Tom and Jerry fall into a garden hole where they find a basement headquarter.
|-
!15
|201
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Zent Out of Shape''': [[Buddhist]] [[monk]] Tom tries to achieve inner peace.
'''I Dream of Meanie''': Spike, as a genie, must grant wishes. '''Which Witch!''': Tom must obtain a mouse for a witch's potion.
'''Which Witch!''': Tom must obtain a mouse for a witch's potion.
|-
!16
|203
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Don't Bring Your Pet to School Day''': Tom attends show-and-tell at school. Nancy from 1943 cartoon [[Baby Puss]] returns, as she wants to win the gold star for best pet.
'''Cat Show Catastrophe''': Jerry and Tuffy try to ruin Tom's chances at a cat show. '''The Cat Whisperer with Casper Lombardo''': Tom's owner hires a trainer to make him behave.
'''The Cat Whisperer with Casper Lombardo''': Tom's owner hires a trainer to make him behave.
|-
!17
|204
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Adventures in Penguin Sitting''': Jerry and an escaped [[penguin]] become friends.
'''Cat of Prey''': Tom, who is hungry, seeks to catch and eat Jerry, who is the star of the show at a local ocean theme park along with an eagle, but he is thwarted by the eagle, a seal and an octopus. '''Jungle Love''': Jerry makes friends with a baby rhinoceros.
'''Jungle Love''': Jerry makes friends with a baby [[rhinoceros]].
|-
!18
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Invasion of the Body Slammers''': A green shapeshifter emerges from an alien spaceship that lands near Tom and Jerry's house.
'''Monster Con''': Tom uses some of Van Helsing's equipment to catch Jerry, but catches a few ghosts instead. '''Over the River and Boo the Woods''': Tom and Jerry end up in a cursed forest.
'''Over the River and Boo the Woods''': Tom and Jerry end up in a cursed forest.
|-
!19
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Xtreme Trouble''': Tom and Jerry resume their usual chases through extreme sports equipment – from skateboarding to roller-skating.
'''A Life Less Guarded''': Tom competes against Droopy as a role for lifeguard at the local pool. '''Sasquashed''': Whilst on a camping trip, Tom, Jerry and Tuffy encounter a '''sasquatch'''.
'''Sasquashed''': Whilst on a camping trip, Tom, Jerry and Tuffy encounter a '''[[sasquatch]]'''.
|-
!20
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Summer Squashing''': Tom is assigned to guard his owner's garden against pests, including Jerry.
'''League of Cats''': Butch asks Tom to join a secret organization called the League of Cats. '''Little Big Mouse''': while Tom and his owner are sleeping by the refrigerator, Jerry steals all the food.
'''Little Big Mouse''': while Tom and his owner are sleeping by the refrigerator, Jerry steals all the food.
|-
!21
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Bend It Like Thomas''': Tom torments Jerry, Spike and Eagle with his soccer skills.
'''Endless Bummer''': Tom, Jerry and Droopy take part in a surfing competition. '''Game Set Match''': Spike makes Tom teach his son Tyke how to play tennis.
'''Game Set Match''': Spike makes Tom teach his son Tyke how to play tennis.
|-
!22
|-
| colspan="4" |'''The Declaration of Independunce''': Tom loses the Declaration of Independence when he makes it into a paper airplane and must set out to retrieve it.
'''Kitty Hawked''': An elderly museum tour Jerry talks about his part in the Wright brothers' aerial experiments. '''24 Karat Kat''': Tom and Butch are claim jumpers in the 19th Century at a Sutter's Mill, scheming to steal gold from Jerry's claim.
'''24 Karat Kat''': Tom and Butch are claim jumpers in the 19th Century at a Sutter's Mill, scheming to steal gold from Jerry's claim.
|-
!23
|210
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Hockey Schtick''': Jerry decides to freeze the pond and go [[figure skating]].
'''Snow Brawl''': Jerry engages Tom in a snowball fight that gets out of control. '''Snow Mouse''': During a chase in a forest, Tom and Jerry encounter a giant abominable snowmouse.
'''Snow Mouse''': During a chase in a forest, Tom and Jerry encounter a giant abominable snowmouse.
|-
!24
|-
| colspan="4" |'''DJ Jerry''': Tom is in charge of guarding his owner's record store but has trouble doing so.
'''Kitty Cat Blues''': Tom tries to woo a potential girlfriend by giving Jerry to her as a gift. '''Flamenco Fiasco''': Tom and Toodles enter a flamenco dance contest.
'''Flamenco Fiasco''': Tom and Toodles enter a flamenco dance contest.
|-
!25
|-
| colspan="4" |'''You're Lion''': Tom visits the African veldt to see his lion relatives and give them Jerry as a present, but the lions would rather eat Tom and Jerry.
'''Kangadoofus''': In the Australian outback, Jerry is adopted by a very protective momma kangaroo. '''Monkey Chow''': While Tom and his owner are touring an exotic monkey garden in Malaysia, Jerry lets loose a monkey.
'''Monkey Chow''': While Tom and his owner are touring an exotic monkey garden in Malaysia, Jerry lets loose a monkey.
|-
!26
|213
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Game of Mouse & Cat''': Thanks to a [[Virtual reality|VR]] setup, Jerry plays a game in which Tom is scared of him.
'''Babysitting Blues''': Tom and Jerry babysit their nephews. '''Catfish Follies''': Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover an elusive Butch, a half-cat, half-fish that wants to eat Jerry while Tom wants to eat it.
'''Catfish Follies''': Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover an elusive Butch, a half-cat, half-fish that wants to eat Jerry while Tom wants to eat it.
|}
 
== 1940–1958: Hanna-Barbera/MGM cartoons[edit][redakto | redakto tekstin burimor] ==
{| class="wikitable"
|4
|''[[Fraidy Cat (film)|Fraidy Cat]]''
|January 17, 1942
|Jerry is pulling his tricks to scares the fur out of Tom.
|April 18, 1942
|Tom and Jerry must team up to stop the bulldog (Spike) from being mauled.
|First appearance of [[Spike and Tyke (characters)|Spike]] (known as Bulldog).
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|-
|8
|''[[Fine Feathered Friend]]''
|January 16, 1943
|Tom tries to compete with his alley cat rival (Meathead) to see if they get Jerry first.
|First appearance of [[Meathead (Tom and Jerry)|Meathead]].
|-
|10
{| class="wikitable"
|13
|''[[The Zoot Cat]]''
|February 26, 1944
|Tom impress Toots by wearing a zoot suit
{| class="wikitable"
|15
|''[[The Bodyguard (1944 film)|The Bodyguard]]''
|July 22, 1944
|Jerry frees Spike the bulldog from getting out the dog pound truck, and Spike will help protect the mouse from Tom, with a whistle from Jerry.
|November 23, 1944
|Tom got his book, which consists of tips on how to get a mouse, which is Jerry.
|Won an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].
|-
|18
|''[[The Mouse Comes to Dinner]]''
|May 5, 1945
|Tom invites his love for a dinner party.
|-
|19
|''[[Mouse in Manhattan]]''
|July 7, 1945
|Jerry takes a trip to Manhattan, NY.
|-
|20
|''[[Tee for Two]]''
|July 21, 1945
|Tom plays golf, until Jerry ruins his fun.
|-
|21
|''[[Flirty Birdy]]''
|September 22, 1945
|Tom discuses as a female bird to trick an eagle so he can get Jerry for his meal.
{| class="wikitable"
|23
|''[[Springtime for Thomas]]''
|March 30, 1946
|Tom is fall in love with another female cat (Toodles), while Jerry has to break Tom up from her by sending Tom's rival (Butch) to her.
|First appearance of [[Toodles Galore]] and Cherie. First ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon to be nominated for an [[Annie Award]].
|-
|24
|''[[The Milky Waif]]''
|May 18, 1946
|Jerry must to get milk for Nibbles from Tom.
|First appearance of [[Nibbles (Tom and Jerry)|Nibbles]].
|-
|25
|''[[Trap Happy]]''
|June 29, 1946
|Tom calls a mouse exterminator to get rid of Jerry.
|-
|26
|''[[Solid Serenade]]''
|August 31, 1946
|Tom sneaks to Toodle's house to sing his love song to her.
|-
|27
|''[[Cat Fishin']]''
|February 22, 1947
|Tom goes fishing.
|-
|28
|''[[Part Time Pal]]''
|March 15, 1947
|Tom get accidentally drunk and befriends with Jerry.
|-
|29
|''[[The Cat Concerto]]''
|April 26, 1947
|Tom is performing by playing "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" by Franz Liszt by his piano, until Jerry breaks up his act.
|Won an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].<sup>[[Tom and Jerry filmography#cite note-IndVallanceB-3|[3]]]</sup> In 1994, it was voted #42 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field.<sup>:32</sup>
|-
|30
|''[[Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse]]''
|June 14, 1947
|Tom tries to prevent Jerry from drinking his milk, until he evilly got his idea to get rid of Jerry by adding poison ingredients to his own milk, but his plan goes completely backfired.
|Nominated for an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].
|-
|31
|''[[Salt Water Tabby]]''
|July 12, 1947
|Tom woos Toodles at the beach.
|-
|32
|''[[A Mouse in the House]]''
|August 30, 1947
|Tom and Butch tries to compete each other to get Jerry from Mammy Two-Shoe's orders before either one of them will be kicked out.
|-
|33
|''[[The Invisible Mouse]]''
|September 27, 1947
|Jerry turns invisible so he can outsmart Tom.
|-
|34
|''[[Kitty Foiled]]''
|June 1, 1948
|The canary bird saves Jerry from Tom.
|-
|35
|''[[The Truce Hurts]]''
|July 17, 1948
|Tom, Jerry, and Spike (or Butch) are fed up for fighting each other and decides to make truce and became friends instead.
|-
|36
|''[[Old Rockin' Chair Tom]]''
|September 18, 1948
|Tom is replaced by another cat (Lighting).
|First appearance of [[Lightning (Tom and Jerry)|Lightning]].
|-
|37
|''[[Professor Tom]]''
|October 30, 1948
|Tom, as teacher, is teaching his kitten student on how to capture Jerry.
|-
|38
|''[[Mouse Cleaning]]''
|December 11, 1948
|Mammy Two-Shoes angerly forces Tom to clean up her house after his chase for Jerry, while she's gone, until Jerry went on for a sabotage.
|-
|39
|''[[Polka-Dot Puss]]''
|February 26, 1949
|Tom tricks Mammy Two-Shoes by faking being too sick to go outside and decides to stay in the house, in which he did, but until Jerry tricks Tom by secretly adding red dots all over Tom's face to make him think that he caught the missiles.
|-
|40
|''[[The Little Orphan]]''
|April 30, 1949
|A Thanksgiving special. Jerry and Nibbles goes to dine by eating Thanksgiving treats.
|Won an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].
|-
|41
|''[[Hatch Up Your Troubles]]''
|May 14, 1949
|Jerry must protect the baby woodpecker from Tom.
|Nominated for an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].
|-
|42
|''[[Heavenly Puss]]''
|July 9, 1949
|After Tom get flatted to death by a piano, upon his attempt for catching Jerry, he is been refused to go to the cat heaven due to his cruel record for trying to harm Jerry the mouse, unless he must to get Jerry to sign his signature on to a certificate of forgiveness or else it's a trip down to hell for Tom.
|-
|43
|''[[The Cat and the Mermouse]]''
|September 3, 1949
|Tom encounters and attempts to chase Jerry as a Mermouse.
|-
|44
|''[[Love That Pup]]''
|October 1, 1949
|Spike warns Tom to never bother his only son (Tyke) or else he will get his violet consequence for a cat, though what Tom want is to kill Jerry.
|First appearance of [[Spike and Tyke (characters)|Tyke]]. First time Daws Butler voices Spike.
|-
|45
|''[[Jerry's Diary]]''
|October 22, 1949
|Tom read through Jerry's dairy.
|First compilation film; contains footage from ''[[Tee for Two]]'', ''[[Mouse Trouble]]'', ''[[Solid Serenade]]'', and ''[[The Yankee Doodle Mouse]]''.
|-
|46
|''[[Tennis Chumps]]''
|December 10, 1949
|Tom and Butch compete against each other by playing tennis.
|-
|47
|''[[Little Quacker]]''
|January 7, 1950
|Jerry protects the little duckling (Quacker) from Tom.
|First appearance of [[Quacker (Tom and Jerry)|Quacker]][[Little Quacker|Henry]], and [[Little Quacker|Mama Duck]].
|-
|48
|''[[Saturday Evening Puss]]''
|January 14, 1950
|After Mammy Two-Shoes is gone for her friends, Tom invites his cat friends for a party.
|Only time that the face of [[Mammy Two Shoes]] is shown.
|-
|49
|''[[Texas Tom]]''
|March 11, 1950
|Tom tries to woo a cowgirl cat.
|-
|50
|''[[Jerry and the Lion]]''
|April 8, 1950
|Jerry promises the lion, who escape from the circus, to take him back to the African jungle for his freedom and peace.
|First appearance of [[Jerry and the Lion|The Lion]]
|-
|51
|''[[Safety Second]]''
|July 1, 1950
|Jerry and Nibbles are celebrating Independence Day.
|-
|52
|''[[Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl]]''
|September 16, 1950
|Tom is contacting music until Jerry ruins his act.
|-
|53
|''[[The Framed Cat]]''
|October 21, 1950
|
|-
|54
|''[[Cue Ball Cat]]''
|November 25, 1950
|
|-
|55
|''[[Casanova Cat]]''
|January 6, 1951
|
|-
|56
|''[[Jerry and the Goldfish]]''
|March 3, 1951
|Jerry must save the goldfish from Tom.
|-
|57
|''[[Jerry's Cousin]]''
|April 7, 1951
|Jerry's tough cousin (Muscles) protect Jerry form Tom.
|Nominated for an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]]. First appearance of Muscles.
|-
|58
|''[[Sleepy-Time Tom]]''
|May 26, 1951
|After his long night celebration with his alley cat friends, Tom attempts to catch Jerry form Mammy Two-Shoe's orders, but he get real tired in the process.
|-
|59
|''[[His Mouse Friday]]''
|July 7, 1951
|Tom becomes a castaway to the island and chase Jerry to the native village, but Jerry tricks the cat by discussing himself as a blackface native.
|-
|60
|''[[Slicked-up Pup]]''
|September 8, 1951
|Spike threats Tom to keep Tyke clean while he's gone or he'll kill him. But in order to do from Spike dears, he must to stop Jerry for his sabotage act.
|-
|61
|''[[Nit-Witty Kitty]]''
|October 6, 1951
|Tom is been accidentally knocked out by Mammy Two-Shoes which cause him think that he's a mouse.
|-
|62
|''[[Cat Napping]]''
|December 8, 1951
|
|-
|63
|''[[The Flying Cat]]''
|January 12, 1952
|
|-
|64
|''[[The Duck Doctor]]''
|February 16, 1952
|
|-
|65
|''[[The Two Mouseketeers]]''
|March 15, 1952
|
|Won an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].<sup>[[Tom and Jerry filmography#cite note-IndVallanceB-3|[3]]]</sup>
|-
|66
|''[[Smitten Kitten]]''
|April 12, 1952
|
|Second compilation film; contains footage from ''[[Salt Water Tabby]]'', ''[[The Mouse Comes to Dinner]]'', ''[[Texas Tom]]'', and ''[[Solid Serenade]]''.
|-
|67
|''[[Triplet Trouble]]''
|April 19, 1952
|
|-
|68
|''[[Little Runaway]]''
|June 14, 1952
|
|-
|69
|''[[Fit to Be Tied (film)|Fit to Be Tied]]''
|July 26, 1952
|
|Sequel to ''[[The Bodyguard (1944 film)|The Bodyguard]]''
|-
|70
|''[[Push-Button Kitty]]''
|September 6, 1952
|
|-
|71
|''[[Cruise Cat]]''
|October 18, 1952
|
|Third compilation film; Contains footage from ''[[Texas Tom]]''.
|-
|72
|''[[The Dog House (film)|The Dog House]]''
|November 29, 1952
|
|-
|73
|''[[The Missing Mouse]]''
|January 10, 1953
|
|-
|74
|''[[Jerry and Jumbo]]''
|February 21, 1953
|
|-
|75
|''[[Johann Mouse]]''
|March 21, 1953
|
|Last cartoon to win an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].<sup>[[Tom and Jerry filmography#cite note-IndVallanceB-3|[3]]]:32</sup>
|-
|76
|''[[That's My Pup!]]''
|April 25, 1953
|
|-
|77
|''[[Just Ducky]]''
|September 5, 1953
|
|-
|78
|''[[Two Little Indians]]''
|October 17, 1953
|
|-
|79
|''[[Life with Tom]]''
|November 21, 1953
|
|Fourth compilation film; contains footage from ''[[Cat Fishin']]'', ''[[The Little Orphan]]'', and ''[[Kitty Foiled]]''.
|-
|80
|''[[Puppy Tale]]''
|January 23, 1954
|
|-
|81
|''[[Posse Cat]]''
|January 30, 1954
|
|Sequel to ''[[Texas Tom]]''
|-
|82
|''[[Hic-cup Pup]]''
|April 17, 1954
|
|-
|83
|''[[Little School Mouse]]''
|May 29, 1954
|
|-
|84
|''[[Baby Butch]]''
|August 14, 1954
|
|-
|85
|''[[Mice Follies (1954 film)|Mice Follies]]''
|September 4, 1954
|
|-
|86
|''[[Neapolitan Mouse]]''
|October 2, 1954
|
|-
|87
|''[[Downhearted Duckling]]''
|November 13, 1954
|
|-
|88
|''[[Pet Peeve (1954 film)|Pet Peeve]]''
|November 20, 1954
|
|-
|89
|''[[Touché, Pussy Cat!]]''
|December 18, 1954
|
|Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope. Last cartoon to get nominated for an [[Academy Award for Animated Short Film|Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons]].
|-
|90
|''[[Southbound Duckling]]''
|March 12, 1955
|
|-
|91
|''[[Pup on a Picnic]]''
|April 30, 1955
|
|-
|92
|''[[Mouse for Sale]]''
|May 21, 1955
|
|-
|93
|''[[Designs on Jerry]]''
|September 2, 1955
|
|-
|94
|''[[Tom and Chérie]]''
|September 9, 1955
|
{| class="wikitable"
|97
|''[[That's My Mommy]]''
|November 19, 1955
|
|Produced in CinemaScope. First ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon with [[William Hanna]] and [[Joseph Barbera]] as both producers and directors. Nominated for an [[Annie Award]].
|-
|98
|''[[The Flying Sorceress]]''
|January 27, 1956
|
{| class="wikitable"
|102
|''[[Down Beat Bear]]''
|October 21, 1956
|
|-
|103
|''[[Blue Cat Blues]]''
|November 16, 1956
|
|-
|104
|''[[Barbecue Brawl]]''
|December 14, 1956
|
{| class="wikitable"
|108
|''[[Mucho Mouse]]''
|September 6, 1957
|
|-
|109
|''[[Tom's Photo Finish]]''
|November 1, 1957
|
{| class="wikitable"
|111
|''[[Royal Cat Nap]]''
|March 7, 1958
|
|-
|112
|''[[The Vanishing Duck]]''
|May 2, 1958
|
|213
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Game of Mouse & Cat''': Thanks to a [[Virtual reality|VR]] setup, Jerry plays a game in which Tom is scared of him.
'''Babysitting Blues''': Tom and Jerry babysit their nephews. '''Catfish Follies''': Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover an elusive Butch, a half-cat, half-fish that wants to eat Jerry while Tom wants to eat it.
'''Catfish Follies''': Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover an elusive Butch, a half-cat, half-fish that wants to eat Jerry while Tom wants to eat it.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|114
|''[[Tot Watchers]]''
|August 1, 1958
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. Last ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon produced at the original [[Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio|MGM cartoon studio]] before it shut down in 1958.
|}
 
== 1961–1962: Gene Deitch/Rembrandt Films cartoons[edit][redakto | redakto tekstin burimor] ==
{| class="wikitable"
|''It's Greek to Me-ow!''
|-
|''[[It's Greek to Me-ow!]]''
|December 7, 1961
|
|-
|''[[High Steaks]]''
|March 23, 1962
|
|-
|''[[Mouse into Space]]''
|April 13, 1962
|
|-
|''[[Landing Stripling]]''
|May 18, 1962
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|''Dicky Moe''
|July 20, 1962
|
|-
|''The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit''
|''[[Dicky Moe]]''
|August 10, 1962
|
|-
|''Tall in the Trap''
|September 14, 1962
|
|-
|''Sorry Safari''
|October 12, 1962
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|''Carmen Get It!''
|December 21, 1962
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|31
|''Salt Water Tabby''
|July 12, 1947
|Tom woos Toodles at the beach.
|
|-
|32
|''A Mouse in the House''
|August 30, 1947
|Tom and Butch tries to compete each other to get Jerry from Mammy Two-Shoe's orders before either one of them will be kicked out.
|
|-
|33
|''The Invisible Mouse''
|September 27, 1947
|Jerry turns invisible so he can outsmart Tom.
|
|-
|34
|''Kitty Foiled''
|June 1, 1948
|The canary bird saves Jerry from Tom.
|
|-
|35
|''The Truce Hurts''
|July 17, 1948
|Tom, Jerry, and Spike (or Butch) are fed up for fighting each other and decides to make truce and became friends instead.
|
|-
|36
|''Old Rockin' Chair Tom''
|September 18, 1948
|Tom is replaced by another cat (Lighting).
|First appearance of Lightning.
|-
|37
|''Professor Tom''
|October 30, 1948
|Tom, as teacher, is teaching his kitten student on how to capture Jerry.
|
|-
|38
|''Mouse Cleaning''
|December 11, 1948
|Mammy Two-Shoes angerly forces Tom to clean up her house after his chase for Jerry, while she's gone, until Jerry went on for a sabotage.
|
|-
|39
|''Polka-Dot Puss''
|February 26, 1949
|Tom tricks Mammy Two-Shoes by faking being too sick to go outside and decides to stay in the house, in which he did, but until Jerry tricks Tom by secretly adding red dots all over Tom's face to make him think that he caught the missiles.
|
|-
|40
|''The Little Orphan''
|April 30, 1949
|A Thanksgiving special. Jerry and Nibbles goes to dine by eating Thanksgiving treats.
|Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
|-
|41
|''Hatch Up Your Troubles''
|May 14, 1949
|Jerry must protect the baby woodpecker from Tom.
|Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
|-
|42
|''Heavenly Puss''
|July 9, 1949
|After Tom get flatted to death by a piano, upon his attempt for catching Jerry, he is been refused to go to the cat heaven due to his cruel record for trying to harm Jerry the mouse, unless he must to get Jerry to sign his signature on to a certificate of forgiveness or else it's a trip down to hell for Tom.
|First appearances of Fluff, Muff, and Puff. Meathead is known as Frankie. Final time Billy Bletcher voices Devil Spike.
|-
|43
|''The Cat and the Mermouse''
|September 3, 1949
|Tom encounters and attempts to chase Jerry as a Mermouse.
|First appearances of Swordfish and Octopus
|-
|44
|''Love That Pup''
|October 1, 1949
|Spike warns Tom to never bother his only son (Tyke) or else he will get his violet consequence for a cat, though what Tom want is to kill Jerry.
|First appearance of Tyke. First time Daws Butler voices Spike.
|-
|45
|''Jerry's Diary''
|October 22, 1949
|Tom read through Jerry's dairy.
|First compilation film; contains footage from ''Tee for Two'', ''[[Mouse Trouble]]'', ''Solid Serenade'', and ''[[The Yankee Doodle Mouse]]''.
|-
|46
|''Tennis Chumps''
|December 10, 1949
|Tom and Butch compete against each other by playing tennis.
|
|-
|47
|''Little Quacker''
|January 7, 1950
|Jerry protects the little duckling (Quacker) from Tom.
|First appearance of Quacker, Henry, and Mama Duck.
|-
|48
|''Saturday Evening Puss''
|January 14, 1950
|After Mammy Two-Shoes is gone for her friends, Tom invites his cat friends for a party.
|Only time that the face of Mammy Two Shoes is shown.
|-
|49
|''Texas Tom''
|March 11, 1950
|Tom tries to woo a cowgirl cat.
|
|-
|50
|''Jerry and the Lion''
|April 8, 1950
|Jerry promises the lion, who escape from the circus, to take him back to the African jungle for his freedom and peace.
|First appearance of The Lion
|-
|51
|''Safety Second''
|July 1, 1950
|Jerry and Nibbles are celebrating Independence Day.
|
|-
|52
|''Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl''
|September 16, 1950
|Tom is contacting music until Jerry ruins his act.
|
|-
|53
|''The Framed Cat''
|October 21, 1950
|
|
|-
|54
|''Cue Ball Cat''
|November 25, 1950
|
|
|-
|55
|''Casanova Cat''
|January 6, 1951
|
|
|-
|56
|''Jerry and the Goldfish''
|March 3, 1951
|Jerry must save the goldfish from Tom.
|
|-
|57
|''Jerry's Cousin''
|April 7, 1951
|Jerry's tough cousin (Muscles) protect Jerry form Tom.
|Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons. First appearance of Muscles.
|-
|58
|''Sleepy-Time Tom''
|May 26, 1951
|After his long night celebration with his alley cat friends, Tom attempts to catch Jerry form Mammy Two-Shoe's orders, but he get real tired in the process.
|
|-
|59
|''His Mouse Friday''
|July 7, 1951
|Tom becomes a castaway to the island and chase Jerry to the native village, but Jerry tricks the cat by discussing himself as a blackface native.
|Rarely aired on television due to racial stereotypes.
|-
|60
|''Slicked-up Pup''
|September 8, 1951
|Spike threats Tom to keep Tyke clean while he's gone or he'll kill him. But in order to do from Spike dears, he must to stop Jerry for his sabotage act.
|
|-
|61
|''Nit-Witty Kitty''
|October 6, 1951
|Tom is been accidentally knocked out by Mammy Two-Shoes which cause him think that he's a mouse.
|
|-
|62
|''Cat Napping''
|December 8, 1951
|
|
|-
|63
|''The Flying Cat''
|January 12, 1952
|
|
|-
|64
|''The Duck Doctor''
|February 16, 1952
|
|
|-
|65
|''The Two Mouseketeers''
|March 15, 1952
|
|Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.<sup>[3]</sup>
|-
|66
|''Smitten Kitten''
|April 12, 1952
|
|Second compilation film; contains footage from ''Salt Water Tabby'', ''The Mouse Comes to Dinner'', ''Texas Tom'', and ''Solid Serenade''.
|-
|67
|''Triplet Trouble''
|April 19, 1952
|
|
|-
|68
|''Little Runaway''
|June 14, 1952
|
|
|-
|69
|''Fit to Be Tied''
|July 26, 1952
|
|Sequel to ''The Bodyguard''
|-
|70
|''Push-Button Kitty''
|September 6, 1952
|
|
|-
|71
|''Cruise Cat''
|October 18, 1952
|
|Third compilation film; Contains footage from ''Texas Tom''.
|-
|72
|''The Dog House''
|November 29, 1952
|
|
|-
|73
|''The Missing Mouse''
|January 10, 1953
|
|Only ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon scored by Edward Plumb.
|-
|74
|''Jerry and Jumbo''
|February 21, 1953
|
|First appearances of Jumbo and his mother.
|-
|75
|''Johann Mouse''
|March 21, 1953
|
|Last cartoon to win an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.<sup>[3]:32</sup>
|-
|76
|''That's My Pup!''
|April 25, 1953
|
|
|-
|77
|''Just Ducky''
|September 5, 1953
|
|
|-
|78
|''Two Little Indians''
|October 17, 1953
|
|
|-
|79
|''Life with Tom''
|November 21, 1953
|
|Fourth compilation film; contains footage from ''Cat Fishin''', ''The Little Orphan'', and ''Kitty Foiled''.
|-
|80
|''Puppy Tale''
|January 23, 1954
|
|
|-
|81
|''Posse Cat''
|January 30, 1954
|
|Sequel to ''Texas Tom''
|-
|82
|''Hic-cup Pup''
|April 17, 1954
|
|
|-
|83
|''Little School Mouse''
|May 29, 1954
|
|
|-
|84
|''Baby Butch''
|August 14, 1954
|
|
|-
|85
|''Mice Follies''
|September 4, 1954
|
|
|-
|86
|''Neapolitan Mouse''
|October 2, 1954
|
|
|-
|87
|''Downhearted Duckling''
|November 13, 1954
|
|
|-
|88
|''Pet Peeve''
|November 20, 1954
|
|
|-
|89
|''Touché, Pussy Cat!''
|December 18, 1954
|
|Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope. Last cartoon to get nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
|-
|90
|''Southbound Duckling''
|March 12, 1955
|
|Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope.
|-
|91
|''Pup on a Picnic''
|April 30, 1955
|
|Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope.
|-
|92
|''Mouse for Sale''
|May 21, 1955
|
|
|-
|93
|''Designs on Jerry''
|September 2, 1955
|
|
|-
|94
|''Tom and Chérie''
|September 9, 1955
|
|Produced in CinemaScope.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|97
|''That's My Mommy''
|November 19, 1955
|
|Produced in CinemaScope. First ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon with William Hanna and Joseph Barbera as both producers and directors. Nominated for an Annie Award.
|-
|98
|''The Flying Sorceress''
|January 27, 1956
|
|Produced in CinemaScope.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|102
|''Down Beat Bear''
|October 21, 1956
|
|Produced in CinemaScope
|-
|103
|''Blue Cat Blues''
|November 16, 1956
|
|Produced in CinemaScope.
|-
|104
|''Barbecue Brawl''
|December 14, 1956
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|108
|''Mucho Mouse''
|September 6, 1957
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
|-
|109
|''Tom's Photo Finish''
|November 1, 1957
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|111
|''Royal Cat Nap''
|March 7, 1958
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
|-
|112
|''The Vanishing Duck''
|May 2, 1958
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
!26
|"Game of Mouse & Cat / Babysitting Blues / Catfish Follies"
|March 22, 2008
|213
|-
| colspan="4" |'''Game of Mouse & Cat''': Thanks to a VR setup, Jerry plays a game in which Tom is scared of him.
'''Babysitting Blues''': Tom and Jerry babysit their nephews. '''Catfish Follies''': Tom and Jerry are out fishing when they discover an elusive Butch, a half-cat, half-fish that wants to eat Jerry while Tom wants to eat it.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|114
|''Tot Watchers''
|August 1, 1958
|
|Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. Last ''Tom and Jerry'' cartoon produced at the original MGM cartoon studio before it shut down in 1958.
|}
 
== 1961–1962: Gene Deitch/Rembrandt Films cartoons[edit][redakto | redakto tekstin burimor] ==
{| class="wikitable"
|''It's Greek to Me-ow!''
|December 7, 1961
|
|-
|''High Steaks''
|March 23, 1962
|
|-
|''Mouse into Space''
|April 13, 1962
|
|-
|''Landing Stripling''
|May 18, 1962
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|''Dicky Moe''
|July 20, 1962
|
|-
|''[[The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit]]''
|August 10, 1962
|
|-
|''[[Tall in the Trap]]''
|September 14, 1962
|
|-
|''[[Sorry Safari]]''
|October 12, 1962
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|''[[Carmen Get It!]]''
|December 21, 1962
|}
 
== 1963–1967: Chuck Jones/Sib Tower 12 cartoons[edit] ==
The following 34 cartoons were produced by [[Chuck Jones]] in Hollywood, California, and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Earlier films were produced in conjunction with Walter Bien's "Sib Tower 12 Productions" (one or the other credited on the 1963 and 1964 productions), until it was integrated into a new animation department called [[MGM Animation/Visual Arts]]. Directors (if other than Jones) or co-directors for each short are listed.
 
All were released on DVD in 2009 as part of ''[[Tom and Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection]]''.
{| class="wikitable"
!Title
!Date
!Notes
|-
|''[[Pent-House Mouse]]''
|July 27, 1963
|
|-
|''[[The Cat Above and the Mouse Below]]''
|February 25, 1964
|
|-
|''[[Is There a Doctor in the Mouse?]]''
|March 24, 1964
|Co-directed by [[Maurice Noble]].
|-
|''[[Much Ado About Mousing]]''
|April 14, 1964
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Snowbody Loves Me]]''
|May 12, 1964
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[The Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse]]''
|December 8, 1964
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life]]''
|January 20, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Tom-ic Energy]]''
|January 27, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Bad Day at Cat Rock]]''
|February 10, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off]]''
|March 3, 1965
|Directed by [[Jim Pabian]] and co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Haunted Mouse]]''
|March 24, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[I'm Just Wild About Jerry]]''
|April 7, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Of Feline Bondage]]''
|May 19, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble. Released with ''[[Signpost to Murder]]''.
|-
|''[[The Year of the Mouse]]''
|June 9, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[The Cat's Me-Ouch]]''
|December 22, 1965
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Duel Personality]]''
|January 20, 1966
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary]]''
|February 17, 1966
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Jerry-Go-Round]]''
|March 3, 1966
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[Love Me, Love My Mouse]]''
|April 28, 1966
|Directed by [[Chuck Jones]] and [[Ben Washam]].
|-
|''[[Puss 'n' Boats]]''
|May 5, 1966
|Directed by [[Abe Levitow]].
|-
|''[[Filet Meow]]''
|June 30, 1966
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Matinee Mouse]]''
|July 14, 1966
|Direction credited to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, with story and supervision by [[Tom Ray]]. Sixth compilation film; contains footage from ''[[The Flying Cat]]'', ''[[Professor Tom]]'', ''[[The Missing Mouse]]'', ''[[Jerry and the Lion]]'', ''[[Love That Pup]]'', ''[[The Flying Sorceress]]'', ''[[Jerry's Diary]]'', and ''[[The Truce Hurts]]''.
|-
|''[[The A-Tom-Inable Snowman]]''
|August 4, 1966
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Catty-Cornered]]''
|September 8, 1966
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Cat and Dupli-cat]]''
|January 20, 1967
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[O-Solar Meow]]''
|February 24, 1967
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Guided Mouse-ille]]''
|March 10, 1967
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Rock 'n' Rodent]]''
|April 7, 1967
|Directed by Abe Levitow. Released with ''[[The Karate Killers]]''.
|-
|''[[Cannery Rodent]]''
|April 14, 1967
|Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
|-
|''[[The Mouse from H.U.N.G.E.R.]]''
|April 21, 1967
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Surf-Bored Cat]]''
|May 5, 1967
|Directed by Abe Levitow.
|-
|''[[Shutter Bugged Cat]]''
|June 23, 1967
|Direction credited to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, with story and supervision by Tom Ray. Seventh and final compilation film; Contains footage from ''[[Part Time Pal]]'', ''[[The Yankee Doodle Mouse]]'', ''[[Nit-Witty Kitty]]'', ''[[Johann Mouse]]'', ''[[Heavenly Puss]]'', and ''[[Designs on Jerry]]''.
|-
|''[[Advance and Be Mechanized]]''
|August 25, 1967
|Directed by Ben Washam.
|-
|''[[Purr-Chance to Dream]]''
|September 8, 1967
|Directed by Ben Washam.
|}
 
== 2005: Warner Bros. Animation cartoon[edit] ==
{| class="wikitable"
!Title
!Date
!Notes
|-
|''[[The Karate Guard]]''
|September 27, 2005
|Directed by [[Joseph Barbera]] and [[Spike Brandt]].
|}
 
== Episodes[edit] ==
 
=== Season 1 (1990)[edit] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No. in
series
!No. in
season
!Title
!Written by
!Original air date
|-
!1a
|1a
|"Flippin' Fido"
|Jim Ryan
|September 8, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Today Tom chases Jerry in a department store, but a watchdog is pursuing Tom, so Tom distracts him with Frisbees.
'''Note''': Tom and Jerry re-appear (as kids.)
|-
!1b
|1b
|"Dakota Droopy & the Lost Dutch Boy Mine"
|Jim Ryan
|September 8, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Dakota Droopy and his son Dripple sets out to find gold while claim-jumper McWolf follows them to get the gold for himself.
'''Notes''': Droopy and The Wolf (who is now called McWolf) re-appear. Dripple's first appearance.
|-
!1c
|1c
|"Dog Daze Afternoon"
|Marty Murphy
|September 8, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom relieves all the neighborhood dogs of their leashes, so the dog catcher can capture them, but Jerry springs them from the dog catcher's truck. Tom wakes up from a nap and sees all of the dogs in the house and they chase him.
'''Note''': Spike re-appears in this episode, but has no spoken dialogue.
|-
!2a
|2a
|"Toys Will Be Toys"
|Jim Ryan
|September 15, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |In a toy store at night, Tom pursues Jerry.
|-
!2b
|2b
|"Droopy Delivers"
|Pat Ventura
|September 15, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |McWolf tries to ruin Droopy and Dripple's pizza business by getting rid of them and taking over their pizza business.
|-
!2c
|2c
|"My Pal"
|Jim Ryan
|September 15, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom accidentally frees Clyde's head from a flower pot and soon regrets his actions when Clyde tries to help the kitten.
'''Note''': First appearance of Clyde.
|-
!3a
|3a
|"Prehistoric Pals"
|[[Jack Hanrahan]]
|September 22, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |In the Stone Age, Jerry becomes friends with a baby dinosaur as cave cat Tom chases him.
|-
!3b
|3b
|"Super Droop & Dripple Boy Meet the Yolker"
|Jim Ryan
|September 22, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Superheroes Droopy and Dripple are pursuing the Yolker.
|-
!3c
|3c
|"Marvelous Marvin"
|Sandy Fries
|September 22, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom tries to capture Jerry so he can be a spokesperson for a cat food company when a cat actor named Marvin gets replaced by Tom.
|-
!4a
|4a
|"Bat Mouse"
|[[Dennis Marks (screenwriter)|Dennis Marks]]
|September 29, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry uses his Bat belt to call Bat-Mouse to teach Tom lessons in pain.
|-
!4b
|4b
|"Puss'n Pups"
|Pat Ventura
|September 29, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike teaches Tyke how to chase cats and forces Kyle to be Tyke's target.
'''Notes''': Tyke re-appears in this episode as an older pup. First appearance of Kyle.
|-
!4c
|4c
|"Outer Space Rover"
|Dennis Marks
|September 29, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |A space dog named Urfo gets left behind and befriends Jerry.
'''Note''': One of four appearances of Urfo.
|-
!5a
|5a
|"The Vermin"
|Eric Alter
|October 6, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |After an all-night birthday party, Tom tries to sleep, but Jerry's electric guitar playing keeps him awake. Jerry joins his favorite music trio'': The Vermin.''
|-
!5b
|5b
|"Aerobic Droopy"
|Sandy Fries
|October 6, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple opens up a new aerobic studio next door to McWolf's who tries to get Miss Vavoom over next to his.
'''Note''': First appearance of Miss Vavoom.
|-
!5c
|5c
|"Mouse Scouts"
|Jim Ryan
|October 6, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom thinks that Jerry's mouse scouts incessantly stole his food, but a bear makes things worse.
|-
!6a
|6a
|"Sugar Belle Loves Tom, Sometimes"
|Sandy Fries
|October 13, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom tries to juggle between being allured by Sugar Belle (voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) and guarding the banquet table from Jerry.
|-
!6b
|6b
|"Super Duper Spike"
|Pat Ventura
|October 13, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke's favorite TV superhero is sick, so his dad masquerades as the superhero.
|-
!6c
|6c
|"Mall Mouse"
|Jim Ryan
|October 13, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |At night, Tom is told to guard the cheese in a cheese shop from Jerry, whose superhero identity is the Mall Mouse.
|-
!7a
|7a
|"Cosmic Chaos"
|Pat Ventura
|October 20, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |In a futuristic time, Tom is told to eliminate Jerry in the futuristic halls. There is a good ending for Tom and Jerry in the end.
|-
!7b
|7b
|"Droopy of the Opera"
|Pat Ventura
|October 20, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy appears as a tenor of the opera while former opera star Pepperoni McWolf plans to destroy his performance.
|-
!7c
|7c
|"Beach Bummers"
|Pat Ventura
|October 20, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |At the beach, as Jerry is chased by Tom, he rescues a dolphin from fishermen.
|-
!8a
|8a
|"Gator, Baiter"
|Pat Ventura
|October 27, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |A wrestling gator (voiced by [[Jim Cummings]]) is fed up with being humiliated by other wrestlers that break the rules. He leaves his career and then he encounters Tom and Jerry. Guest Star, [[Sorrell Booke]] as the Wrestling Announcer.
|-
!8b
|8b
|"Hoodwinked Cat"
|Pat Ventura
|October 27, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |In a homage to ''[[Little Red Riding Hood]]'', Spike sends Tyke out to deliver a canary to his grandmother as Kyle has other plans for the bird.
|-
!8c
|8c
|"Medieval Mouse"
|Sandy Fries
|October 27, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Squire Tom is told to clean a knight's castle and get rid of Jerry.
|-
!9a
|9a
|"Clyde to the Rescue"
|Jim Ryan
|November 3, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Clyde gets his head stuck again and helps golfer Tom to catch Jerry. Jerry keeps running away from them and does not get captured by them.
|-
!9b
|9b
|"Droopio & Juliet"
|Sandy Fries
|November 3, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy writes a story about him making a competition with McWolf for a woman named Juliet.
|-
!9c
|9c
|"Maze Monster Zap Men"
|Dennis Marks
|November 3, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are in an arcade after hours, and are being chased by video game arcade monsters who come to life.
|-
!10a
|10a
|"Crash Condor"
|Jim Ryan
|November 10, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom tries to turn a baby condor who dropped on him into the main course while Jerry befriends the condor and helps him fly back up in the air.
|-
!10b
|10b
|"Yo Ho Ho... Bub"
|Sandy Fries
|November 10, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy, Dripple and McWolf are pirates and compete for gold and for beautiful female pirate Vavoom.
|-
!10c
|10c
|"Scrub-a-Dub Tom"
|Pat Ventura
|November 10, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |A little blonde Hyde-prone girl (voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) bathes and dresses Tom to be in a pet show, despite Tom's objections.
|-
!11a
|11a
|"No Biz Like Snow Biz"
|Jim Ryan
|November 17, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry and his mouse scouts are on a hike at a ski resort, while at the same time, Tom tries to enjoy skiing.
|-
!11b
|11b
|"The Maltese Poodle"
|Sandy Fries
|November 17, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Detectives Droopy and Dripple are searching The Maltese Poodle.
|-
!11c
|11c
|"Cast Away Tom"
|Pat Ventura
|November 17, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Desperate for food, Tom sees an island and tries to find food.
|-
!12a
|12a
|"The Little Urfulls"
|Jim Ryan
|November 24, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Fearing that his planet is doomed, Urfo entrusts Jerry to take care of 6 space pups.
|-
!12b
|12b
|"Droopo: First Bloodhound"
|Jim Ryan
|November 24, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |McWolf escapes out of prison and masks as a sheriff and he seeks revenge on movie star hero Droopy who is spoofing [[John Rambo]].
|-
!12c
|12c
|"Indy Mouse 500"
|Pat Ventura
|November 24, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |A cross-country road race between Tom and Jerry, and Jerry ends up winning.
|-
!13a
|13a
|"Exterminator Cometh"
|Jim Ryan
|December 1, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal is hired by Tom's owner who will replace him if Cal captures Jerry.
'''Note''': Calaboose Cal's first appearance.
|-
!13b
|13b
|"Foreign Legion Frenzy"
|Pat Ventura
|December 1, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Out in a desert, McWolf attacks Droopy and Dripple's castle.
|-
!13c
|13c
|"Urfo Returns"
|Jim Ryan
|December 1, 1990
|-
| colspan="5" |Urfo runs away from home as he escapes a robotic Urfo catcher. Who first mistakes Tom for URFo
|}
 
=== Season 2 (1991)[edit] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No. in
series
!No. in
season
!Title
!Written by
!Original air date
|-
!14a
|1a
|"Circus Antics"
|Sandy Fries
|September 14, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry tries to enjoy a day at the circus, but Tom is determined to capture him; an elephant helps protect Jerry from Tom.
|-
!14b
|1b
|"Trés Sheik Poodles"
|<small>TBA</small>
|September 14, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy, Dripple and McWolf compete in the competition to win the Princess.
|-
!14c
|1c
|"Head Banger Buddy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 14, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom accidentally hits a very large dog on his head while going after Jerry and the dog starts to act like a cat. Later, the dog gets hit several times and changes from dog to cat behavior, and vice versa.
|-
!15a
|2a
|"Pump 'Em Up Pals"
|Fred Kron
|September 21, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are increasing their aerobics and fitness level to use against each other.
|-
!15b
|2b
|"Droopyland"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 21, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple builds an amusement park that is called "Droopyland" and McWolf tries to destroy it.
|-
!15c
|2c
|"The Exterminator Cometh... Again"
|Jim Ryan
|September 21, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal takes Tom and Jerry to his television studio and Tom chases Jerry during the show while Calaboose Cal is talking to the camera.
|-
!16a
|3a
|"Jerry's Mother"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 28, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry's visiting mother (voiced by [[Sally Struthers]]) helps Jerry to deal with Tom.
|-
!16b
|3b
|"Stage Fright"
|[[Barry Blitzer]]
|September 28, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple rescues the singing Miss Lolly Vavoom from a runaway stage coach and she organizes a race between Droopy and McWolf.
|-
!16c
|3c
|"Tom's Terror"
|Jim Ryan
|September 28, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom moves away to a witch's house and eventually regrets his decision.
|-
!17a
|4a
|"Who Are You Kitten"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 5, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |A orphaned kitten takes residence in Tom's home, and is becoming a nuisance, to not only to Tom, but to Jerry as well, until the "orphan's" mother drags him away.
|-
!17b
|4b
|"Broadway Droopy"
|Jim Ryan
|October 5, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and McWolf are candidates for a musical role on Broadway in New York City. Droopy wins the role and McWolf attempts to crash his performance.
|-
!17c
|4c
|"Pussycat Pirate"
|[[Dennis Marks (screenwriter)|Dennis Marks]]
|October 5, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are pirates. The ship captain (voiced by [[Jim Cummings]]) hires Tom to catch Jerry after his previous cats walk the plank for failing to catch Jerry.
|-
!18a
|5a
|"Father's Day"
|Jim Ryan
|October 12, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom's grandfather comes to visit and takes him out to the desert to teach him surviving skills.
|-
!18b
|5b
|"Scourge of the Sky"
|Barry Blitzler, Don Jurwich, and [[Jerry Eisenberg]]
|October 12, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple are pilots during World War I they fight in the air against McWolf.
|-
!18c
|5c
|"Lightning Bolt the Super Squirrel"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 12, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Lightning Bolt the Super Squirrel helps the weak against the strong, so he decides to help Jerry against Tom and help Tom against the dog. In the end, he gives them the power of lightning, but they use it to fight each other.
|-
!19a
|6a
|"Amademouse"
|Jim Ryan
|October 19, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are musicians and play for a king.
|-
!19b
|6b
|"Muscle Beach Droopy"
|Jim Ryan
|October 19, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple drives down to the beach, and the women are attracted to Droopy; Hunk Hardbody gets angry over this.
|-
!19c
|6c
|"Perky the Fish Pinching Penguin"
|Dennis Marks
|October 19, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |An underfed penguin escapes show business to find fish to eat. Tom is down by the docks in a fishing boat using Jerry as bait.
|-
!20a
|7a
|"Slowpoke Antonio"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 26, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry's cowboy cousin, Slowpoke Antonio, comes to the neighborhood to practice for the rodeo.
'''Note:'''First appearance of Slowpoke Antonio.
|-
!20b
|7b
|"Haunted Droopy"
|Jim Ryan
|October 26, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple goes to the home of Droopy's late twin brother, Drippert for his will. McWolf tries to scare them out of Droopy's brother's home.
|-
!20c
|7c
|"Wild Mouse"
|Fred Kron
|October 26, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Wildmouse is a mouse raised by wolves that eats everything very quickly. Tom's owner Pierre tells him to catch the mouse.
|-
!21a
|8a
|"Catch That Mouse"
|Jim Ryan
|November 2, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal runs a show where cats are each given the objective to catch a mouse. From the day before, a brown cat named Ferdie Furball attempts once again to catch Jerry, but loses. Then Tom appears on the show and is given multiple ways to catch Jerry, but with only four chances. In Tom's fourth and final attempt, he chases Jerry (who was willing to take a dive) finally captured by Tom right before they reach the finish line. Then the Mystery Lady takes Tom and Jerry out with her, while Calaboose starts chasing her claiming a foul.
|-
!21b
|8b
|"Good Knight Droopy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 2, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Knight Droopy and another knight (voiced by [[Brad Garrett]]) battle each other in order to kiss a princess who is Miss Vavoom.
|-
!21c
|8c
|"Birthday Surprise"
|Sandy Fries
|November 2, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom brings birthday presents to his neighbor Cindy Lou, who is celebrating a birthday, and he apparently has a crush on her. As he comes to bring in the final present (Jerry dressed up as a ballerina in a fake music box) Tom finally finds out that Cindy Lou is already in love with another cat and she starts going out with him instead, to which Tom feels she dumped him.
|-
!22a
|9a
|"Cleocatra"
|Fred Kron
|November 9, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Cleocatra (voiced by [[Tress MacNeille]]) orders Tothentamon (Tom) to catch The Desert Shadow (Jerry).
|-
!22b
|9b
|"McWolfenstein"
|Jim Ryan
|November 9, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Mad scientist McWolf creates Frankenstein, a complaining monster and when Dr. Droopy wins an award for "World's Greatest Scientist," McWolf gets steamed up and he sends his monster to go after Dr. Droopy.
|-
!22c
|9c
|"Chase School"
|Sandy Fries
|November 9, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |At Cat and Mouse Chase School, the teacher explains to the two teams of cats and mice on how Tom chases after Jerry and how Jerry attempts to evade or backfire Tom's plans. However, both sides debate over which species are the best, and when Jerry triumphs over Tom, the cats attempt to get revenge of the mice. In the end, both sides start battling each other, and then hurl each other around, and then throw pans of pies along with other projectiles around the autitorium, and when Tom and Jerry attempt to escape, a pan of pie hits Tom's face.
|-
!23a
|10a
|"Zorrito"
|Jim Ryan
|November 16, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Zorrito (Jerry) pests a rich, fat cat that took all the money from the mouses in a village.
|-
!23b
|10b
|"Deep Sleep Droopy"
|Sandy Fries
|November 16, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy with his son are bodyguards for Miss Vavoom and they protect her from The Chubby Man (McWolf).
|-
!23c
|10c
|"Hard to Swallow"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 16, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |When swallow bird falls from the sky, and one of his wings is damaged, Tom wants to eat him, but Jerry saves the bird.
|-
!24a
|11a
|"The Little Thinker"
|Jim Ryan
|November 23, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |A little boy finds a space dog named Urfo. Urfo is hiding from another space adventure.
|-
!24b
|11b
|"Rap Rat Is Where It's At"
|Jim Ryan
|November 23, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |A hip hop rat named Rap Rat is always stealing until Droopy and Dripple him to jail.
'''Note''': "Rap Rat Is Where It's At" is a musical episode in the series.
|-
!24c
|11c
|"My Pet"
|Jim Ryan
|November 23, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke wants to have a cat for a pet, but he finds a Bengalese tiger that has run away from the circus. In the end, Tyke and Spike helps him to go back to his homeland.
'''Note:''' Only episode without young Tom or young Jerry.
|-
!25a
|12a
|"The Calaboose Cal 495"
|Jim Ryan
|November 30, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are in the racing competition for the prize of a million dollars. In the end, they both finish at the same time and they both win the prize.
|-
!25b
|12b
|"Return of the Chubby Man"
|Sandy Fries
|November 30, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |The Chubby Man (McWolf) is after Miss Wooey Vavoom's poodle again and detectives Droopy and Dripple are on the job.
|-
!25c
|12c
|"Chumpy Chums"
|Sandy Fries
|November 30, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike tries to reform Tom to become a good friend to Jerry to show Tyke brotherly love. The tables turn when Tyke says if dogs and cats can be friends, he wants his father to be friends with a cat—Tom, actually.
|-
!26a
|13a
|"Jerry Hood and His Merry Meeces"
|Fred Kron
|December 7, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |The Sheriff wants to catch Jerry Hood (Jerry). He sends Tom to catch him, but in the end, Tom becomes Jerry Hood's ally.
|-
!26b
|13b
|"Eradicator Droopy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|December 7, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Private detectives Droopy and Dripple are after Mad scientist McWolf and his invention, The Eradicator.
|-
!26c
|13c
|"Tyke on a Hike"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|December 7, 1991
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke goes to the jungle with Spike to make photos for animals. A lion takes from Tyke too much food. Spike dislikes this. In the end, Spike and Tyke finds him in their home, but Tyke wants the lion to be his friend, even though Spike dislikes this idea.
|}
 
=== Season 3 (1992)[edit] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No. in
series
!No. in
season
!Title
!Written by
!Original air date
|-
!27a
|1a
|"The Planet Dogmania"
|Sandy Fries
|September 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |After eating pizza, Tom has a nightmare where scary cats tell him that if he will not catch Jerry in the next hour, he will be sent to the Planet Dogmania.
|-
!2b
|1b
|"McWolfula"
|Jim Ryan
|September 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |McWolf appears as a Dracula Vampire and tries to eat Droopy and Dripple who sleeps in his castle.
|-
!27c
|1c
|"Catawumpus Cat"
|Sandy Fries
|September 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom is sent by native American cats to catch Wildmouse. In the end, the Native Americans sent Tom to live with Wild Animals including Wildmouse.
|-
!28a
|2a
|"Pest in the West"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 19, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry's cousin annoys Tom by eating his food.
|-
!28b
|2b
|"Double 'O' Droopy"
|Jim Ryan
|September 19, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy is a spy agent and his mission is to stop McWolf's plans.
|-
!28c
|2c
|"Tom, the Babysitter"
|Arthur Alsberg and [[Don Nelson (screenwriter)|Don Nelson]]
|September 19, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A teenage girl (voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) is instructed to babysit the baby while his mother (also voiced by [[Kath Soucie]]) is out. Tom and Jerry are given a promise to not bother the baby. However, The babysitter relies on the phone than doing her actual babysitting and Tom points to her that the baby has crawled out of his crib and is crawling everywhere around the house. Then the babysitter accuses Tom for "taking the baby out of the crib" and kicks Tom out of the house. Tom then gets back inside and then puts the baby back into his crib shortly before the baby's mother returns home.
'''Note''': This is the remake of the 1958 [[Tom and Jerry]] short ''[[Tot Watchers]]''.
|-
!29a
|3a
|"Gas Blaster Puss"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 26, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry builds a special motorcycle for mouses and Tom uses various heavy shooting weapons to attack Jerry.
|-
!29b
|3b
|"Fear of Flying"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|September 26, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple teaches McWolf how to face his fear of flying.
|-
!29c
|3c
|"Mess Hall Mouser"
|Sandy Fries
|September 26, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are serving in the US army. The army chef orders Tom to catch Jerry, but every time Tom catches Jerry, a female soldier cat comes to help Jerry.
|-
!30a
|4a
|"Toliver's Twist"
|[[Barry Blitzer]]
|September 27, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A poor and hungry mouse comes to Tom and Jerry's house to tell them about him and his fellow mice that are suffering and Tom and Jerry welcomes them in their house.
|-
!30b
|4b
|"Boomer Beaver"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 27, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A beaver discovers a home that Spike has built for him and Tyke with his abundant-tree filled forest so he can build his own home.
|-
!30c
|4c
|"Pony Express Droopy"
|Bruce Morris
|September 27, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and McWolf are in a pony race. Droopy wins in the end.
|-
!31a
|5a
|"Krazy Klaws"
|Barry Blitzer
|October 3, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom wants to be a part of a motorcycle cat riders gang. They sent him to catch Jerry.
|-
!31b
|5b
|"Tyke on a Bike"
|Bruce Morris
|October 3, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke wins a bike from a lottery and asks his father Spike to teach him how to ride, but Spike can't ride himself.
|-
!31c
|5c
|"Tarmutt of the Apes"
|Jim Ryan
|October 3, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |McWolf is searching a gorilla for a high money reward, but Droopy saves the gorilla from McWolf.
|-
!32a
|6a
|"Tom's Mermouse Mess-Up"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 4, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |During fishing, Tom finds a mermaid mouse. He gives the mouse to the museum, but Jerry helps the mouse escape.
|-
!32b
|6b
|"Here's Sand in Your Face"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 4, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke has a conflict with a man on a beach and Spike wants to teach him to get tough with him. In the end, Spike teaches him ballet dancing.
|-
!32c
|6c
|"Deep Space Droopy"
|Stewart St. John
|October 4, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |In space, Droopy is protecting Miss Vavoom's medallion from McWolf.
|-
!33a
|7a
|"Termi-Maid"
|Carl Swenson
|October 10, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A robot comes to Tom and Jerry's house to clean the house, but the robot becomes a threat to Tom and Jerry.
|-
!33b
|7b
|"The Fish That Shoulda Got Away"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 10, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike and Tyke go fishing. They tries to catch various kinds of fish, but with trouble. In the end, Tyke tells Spike he found a fish: a mermaid.
|-
!33c
|7c
|"Droopy's Rhino"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 10, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |McWolf tries to catch a rare white Rhino for a huge money reward but Droopy saves the rhino from McWolf. In the end, Droopy gets the money reward for catching McWolf because he is a rare Wolf.
|-
!34a
|8a
|"The Break 'n' Entry Boyz"
|Barry Blitzer
|October 11, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Two dog bandits come to Tom and Jerry's house to steal things, but they tie Tom up. Jerry unties him and they team up to get them. Jerry phones the police and the bandits soon end up in prison.
|-
!34b
|8b
|"Love Me, Love My Zebra"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 11, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke is hiding a zebra in his house and when someone from the zoo comes to take the zebra back, the zebra runs with the horses and wins the race with Tyke. Tyke gets the money prize for winning the competition and the zebra lives with Tyke and Spike.
|-
!34c
|8c
|"Dakota Droopy Returns"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 11, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple travel through the Amazon jungle to find a lost beautiful young princess. McWolf is also trying to find the lost princess but becomes side tracked by a local tribe. When they find her, they discover she has already been rescued by Droopy's grandfather as well as has been married to him. Droopy and Dripple are happy for him and let him to be alone with his beautiful new bride.
|-
!35a
|9a
|"Doom Manor"
|Stewart St. John
|October 17, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry winds up at a creepy manor and meets a witch (voiced by [[June Foray]]) who truly loves cats and uses Jerry as an experiment.
|-
!35b
|9b
|"Barbecue Bust-Up"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 17, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyrone the cat disrupts Spike and Tyke's barbecue.
|-
!35c
|9c
|"The Fabulous Droopy & Dripple"
|Stewart St. John
|October 17, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |The title is a pun of ''[[The Fabulous Baker Boys]]''. Droopy and Dripple hire a new singer, Miss Vavoom, at their club while McWolf attempts to prove he's a star too.
|-
!36a
|10a
|"S.O.S. Ninja"
|Stewart St. John
|October 18, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry gets help from ninjas to get even with Tom.
|-
!36b
|10b
|"The Pink Powder Puff Racer"
|Stewart St. John
|October 18, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike prepares Tyke for a soapbox race.
|-
!36c
|10c
|"Car Wash Droopy"
|Stewart St. John
|October 18, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple make their own car wash. Meanwhile, Mcwolf tries to get people to come to his car wash.
|-
!37a
|11a
|"Go-pher Help"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 24, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |At a golf course, a gopher sees Tom mistreating Jerry, so he pulls out tricks to protect him from Tom.
|-
!37b
|11b
|"Downhill Droopy"
|Stewart St. John
|October 24, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |At a ski resort, Famous French skiers Droopy and Dripple teach skiing lessons to movie star Vavoom. Matterhorn McWolf gets furious when they give ski lessons instead of him.
|-
!37c
|11c
|"Down in the Dumps"
|Bruce Morris
|October 24, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tyke assumes his sleepy father's assignment to protect the city dump from scavengers, one of which is Kyle.
|-
!38a
|12a
|"Catastrophe Cat"
|Stewart St. John
|October 25, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom's unlucky, singing country cousin visits him and helps him get Jerry.
|-
!38b
|12b
|"Droopy and the Dragon"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 25, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |After a magic show, Droopy and Dripple take McWolf's dragon.
|-
!38c
|12c
|"Wildmouse II"
|Stewart St. John
|October 25, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Sheriff Potgut hires the Gator Brothers to get rid of Wildmouse.
|-
!39a
|13a
|"Tom's Double Trouble"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|October 31, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom's owner gets a white mouse (voiced by [[Dana Hill]]) and he disappears. Tom paints Jerry white to take his place.
|-
!39b
|13b
|"High Seas Hijinks"
|Carl Swenson
|October 31, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |The queen tells Droopy Columbus and Dripple and their rival Admiral McWolf to set sail to find the new world and whoever gets there first will be rewarded.
|-
!39c
|13c
|"Just Rambling Along"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 31, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Slowpoke Antonio performs bullfighting.
|-
!40a
|14a
|"The Watchcat"
|Stewart St. John
|November 1, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom is employed at the [[American Museum of Natural History|Museum of Natural History]], under the title of "watchcat", and working under a human manager. During his job as a watchcat, objects come to life at night and walk out of their exhibits, and with Jerry's help, they manage to put the objects back into their exhibits before the clock reaches 6:00 AM for when the manager returns. In the end, the museum manager is revealed to be a brown wolf in disguise, scaring away Tom and forcing him to resign the job.
|-
!40b
|14b
|"Go with the Floe"
|Sandy Fries
|November 1, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple compete with Muck luck McWolf in a dog-sled race to the [[North Pole]] to win a million dollar prize and a kiss from Miss Frosty Vavoom.
|-
!40c
|14c
|"Pooches in Peril"
|Sandy Fries
|November 1, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Mounties Droopy and Dripple are assigned to go out and capture dangerous tree logger Slalom McWolf.
|-
!41a
|15a
|"Catch as Cat Can"
|Barry Blitzer
|November 7, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are chased by a game hunter on an island after floating in a hot-air balloon from a circus.
|-
!41b
|15b
|"I Dream of Cheezy"
|Bruce Morris
|November 7, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom goes to Sergeant Boffo's ferocious feline mouse-bashing school to toughen up his attitude for catching mice. Meanwhile, Jerry finds a mysterious bottle in the dump and releases a mouse genie named Cheezy and befriends him. When Tom attempts to catch or attack Jerry, Cheezy prevents Tom from doing so.
'''Note''': This episode is similar to ''[[I Dream of Jeannie]]''.
|-
!41c
|15c
|"Fraidy Cat"
|Don Nelson and Arthur Alsberg
|November 7, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A cat named Tim (voiced by [[Dana Hill]]) arrives at the front door, and Tom welcomes him in. Tim tells Tom (whom he refers to as a "twin brother" due to their similar appearances) his memories of when he was a timid cat, and states he is not anymore. During Tim's stay, he turns out to be still frightened of mice and pilfers food from the refrigerator. Tom finally evicts Tim by disguising himself as a gigantic robot mouse by tricking him into believing Jerry has actually turned into a monster, and then scares Jerry away.
'''Note''': This is the remake of the 1957 Tom and Jerry short ''[[Timid Tabby]]''.
|-
!42a
|16a
|"Sing Along with Slowpoke"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 8, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry's cousin, Slowpoke Antonio visits him again and his terrible singing drives Tom bonkers.
|-
!42b
|16b
|"Dakota Droopy and the Great Train Robbery"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|November 8, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Dakota Droopy and Dripple are on a mission to guard a train from Gold Wolf which is carrying a billion dollars in gold bullion.
|-
!42c
|16c
|"Droopy Law"
|Bruce Morris
|November 8, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Judge Droopy holds McWolf and Dripple in court over McWolf taking cookies from Dripple to deliver to his grandmother.
|-
!43a
|17a
|"Stunt Cat"
|Barry Blitzer
|November 14, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Movie stunt cat Tom stars in a movie called "Dancing with Dingbats" (a take-off on ''[[Dances with Wolves]]'') alongside Kevin Castner (a take-off on [[Kevin Costner]]) and Wildmouse.
|-
!43b
|17b
|"See No Evil"
|Sandy Fries
|November 14, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry uses invisible ink to mess with Tom, and soon, Tom does the same to get back at Jerry.
|-
!43c
|17c
|"This Is No Picnic"
|Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson
|November 14, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike and Tyke have a picnic, but an army of ants gets in on their father/son outing.
|-
!44a
|18a
|"Scrapheap Symphony"
|Jim Ryan
|November 15, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |The Tom and Jerry Kids cast play "The William Tell Overture" with McWolf as the conductor.
|-
!44b
|18b
|"Circus Cat"
|Barry Blitzer
|November 15, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |While chasing Jerry around at a circus, Tom runs into a lion. The lion befriends and protects Jerry from Tom.
|-
!44c
|18c
|"Cajun Gumbo"
|Stewart St. John
|November 15, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Swampy the Fox escapes a circus train and comes back to the swamp to locate a treasure, but Sheriff Potgut (with the Gator Brothers) wants the treasure as well.
|-
!45a
|19a
|"Hunter Pierre"
|Stewart St. John
|November 21, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A wealthy animal collector wants Hunter Pierre to go after and hunt Wildmouse in a ghost town.
|-
!45b
|19b
|"Battered Up"
|Bruce Morris
|November 21, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Molasses Droopy and Thunderbolt McWolf are baseball players with Miss Vavoom as umpire and Dripple as pitcher.
|-
!45c
|19c
|"Conquest of the Planet Irwin"
|Sandy Fries
|November 21, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |In the year 2500 AD, Commandeer Droopy, Lieutenant Dripple and crew member Rocket-Breath McWolf crash-lands on planet Irwin and Queen Vavoom tells them to get a rare zupp creature.
|-
!46a
|20a
|"Big Top Droopy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 22, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple are new star attractions at a circus, but Bromo the Fearless Bear attempts to outperform them.
|-
!46b
|20b
|"Jerry and the Beanstalk"
|Barry Blitzer
|November 22, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry go up a beanstalk and has to escape a giant with a golden egg.
|-
!46c
|20c
|"High Speed Hounds"
|Sandy Fries
|November 22, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and McWolf race against each other in a footrace in The Big Apple marathon. The winner will have a dinner date with Miss High-Rise Vavoom.
|-
!47a
|21a
|"Penthouse Mouse"
|Jim Ryan
|November 28, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal and Tom are hired by a penthouse owner to get rid of Jerry.
|-
!47b
|21b
|"Twelve Angry Sheep"
|Bruce Morris
|November 28, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |The title is a pun of ''[[Twelve Angry Men]]''. Judge Droopy holds a case against Scoundrel McWolf who is accused of taking sheep from loyal sheepdog Dripple and Little Miss Bo Peep Vavoom.
|-
!47c
|21c
|"The Ant Attack"
|Stewart St. John
|November 28, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A woman bakes a cake for Tom and celebrates his 7th birthday. Meanwhile, an army of red ants crash Tom's birthday celebration and cut the cake into various pieces. In the end, the ants finally give him the pieces of the cake and carry the letters and sing "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow", and Tom finally enjoys his cake. The seven candles on the cake confirm that Tom is revealed to be around 6–7 years old in the cartoon show.
|-
!48a
|22a
|"Mouse with a Message"
|Sandy Fries
|November 29, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |In the [[World War I|WWI]] Era, The Currier (Jerry) is sent by a general to deliver a letter to HQ, but Thomas Von Klobberhafen (who is, in fact, Tom) is determined to acquire the letter.
|-
!48b
|22b
|"It's the Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, Dr. McWolf"
|Jim Ryan
|November 29, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Mad scientist Dr. McWolf tries to make himself handsome after he sees a commercial of Dr. Droopy's that has a product just as good in the instant beauty market.
|-
!48c
|22c
|"Wild World of Bowling"
|Bruce Morris
|November 29, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Wildmouse escapes from a museum truck from a safe and enters an urban bowling alley, where Tom is working at.
|-
!49a
|23a
|"Star Wrek"
|Barry Blitzer
|December 5, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry star in a spoof of ''[[Star Trek]].''
|-
!49b
|23b
|"Droop and Deliver"
|Bruce Morris
|December 5, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |In Colonial times, Droopy and Dripple are on a hazardous mission to drive an armored coach full of The King's currency to dangeorus country. In their path, they encounter The Ungentlemanly Bandit: Uncouth McWolf.
|-
!49c
|23c
|"Swallow the Swallow"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|December 5, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Hungry cats Kyle and Clyde attempt to get Bernie Bird at a farm.
|-
!50a
|24a
|"Lightning Bolt – The Super Squirrel Strikes Again"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|December 6, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |When Tom is playing tennis using Jerry as a tennis ball, Lightning Bolt seeks Tom playing tennis and starts to get serious on him. Soon, Fido starts chasing Tom.
|-
!50b
|24b
|"Surely You Joust"
|Sandy Fries
|December 6, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |An unemployed Droopy and Dripple looks for a job. The King hires them to go out and slay Dwayne The Dragon (voiced by [[Jim Cummings]]) who's causing problems.
|-
!50c
|24c
|"Rootin' Tootin' Slowpoke"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|December 6, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Slowpoke Antonio goes to "Gower Gulch" and has a showdown with Flashipus, a desperado cat.
|-
!51a
|25a
|"Firehouse Mouse"
|Barry Blitzer
|December 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |A firehouse dog wants to be a firefighter with the help of Tom and Jerry.
|-
!51b
|25b
|"The Wrath of Dark Wolf"
|Stewart St. John
|December 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |While taking a day off, Galactic cosmic heroes Captain Droopy and Junior Captain Dripple finds out that Dark Wolf is planning to take over their planet and builds his own empire.
|-
!51c
|25c
|"Pound Hound"
|Bruce Morris
|December 12, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |Kyle absconds a hot dog and (unknowingly) enters a dog pound truck, and is cuffed to a dog named Bazooka. Therefore, he and Bazooka try to escape the law.
|-
!52a
|26a
|"The Ghost of Castle McLochjaw"
|Bruce Morris
|December 13, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |On a dark and stormy night, Tom and Jerry winds up in a castle where they encounter a ghost dog.
|-
!52b
|26b
|"A Thousand Clones"
|Bruce Morris
|December 13, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |In 2029 AD in Los Angeles, Detectives Droopy and Dripple helps Dr. Vavoom (who is blue and has a different hairstyle) with Dr. Dupo McWolf who has taken her duplicate machine and duplicates himself.
|-
!52c
|26c
|"Roughing It"
|Jim Ryan
|December 13, 1992
|-
| colspan="5" |The three Mouse Scouts have plans to rough it with their leader, and he teaches them a lesson to make men out of them.
|}
 
=== Season 4 (1993)[edit] ===
{| class="wikitable"
!No. in
series
!No. in
season
!Title
!Written by
!Original air date
|-
!53a
|1a
|"As the Cheese Turns"
|Janice Diamond
|September 11, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom is watching his favorite daytime soap opera ''[[One Life to Live|Nine Lives to Live]]'' and Jerry turns to his favorite ''[[As the World Turns|As the Cheese Turns]]''; it's about Jerry trying to befriend an adolescent girl mouse, and has competition.
|-
!53b
|1b
|"McWerewolf of London"
|Jim Ryan
|September 11, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |McWerewolf (McWolf) is going around London causing havoc, and Inspector Droople and Sergeant Dripple are on the case about him.
|-
!53c
|1c
|"Grab That Bird"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 11, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Castaways Kyle and Clyde are desperate for food and they land on an island and comes across Bernie Bird.
|-
!54a
|2a
|"Cave Mouse"
|Stewart St. John
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Told in prehistoric times, cave cat Tom chases cave mouse Jerry.
|-
!54b
|2b
|"McWolfenstein Returns"
|Jim Ryan
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Mad scientist McWolfenstein puts his monster out of the castle and Droopy who is spoofing ''[[Alfred Hitchcock]]'' makes him star in his new movie.
|-
!54c
|2c
|"Destructive Construction"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Blast–off Buzzard chases Crazy Legs Snake at a construction site.
|-
!55a
|3a
|"Alien Mouse"
|Bruce Morris
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Wildmouse is swallowing up the spaceship so the ship's Captain entrusts Tom to get rid of him.
|-
!55b
|3b
|"Droopy Man"
|Stewart St. John
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |In a city of darkness, Millionaires/Superheroes Droopy Man and Dripple Boy teams up with Cheetah Vavoom to bust up a greedy pig named Piligos P. Snorthog stealing goodies of food around the city.
|-
!55c
|3c
|"Abusement Park"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|September 18, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Blast-off Buzzard and his gang of buzzards go after Crazy Legs Snake and they ride to an amusement park where Crazy Legs happens to be there, fooling with them.
|-
!56a
|4a
|"Martian Mouse"
|Stewart St. John
|October 2, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Martian Mouse crash-lands on Earth and meets Jerry. While he makes a call back to his planet, Jerry flies around in his spaceship, and Tom accidentally swallows it.
|-
!56b
|4b
|"Darkwolf Strikes Back"
|Stewart St. John
|October 2, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |After they capture Dark Wolf and teleport him to Planet "Hoodnik," Captain Droopy and Junior Captain Dripple are sent out to get a priceless, sparkling, energy ball, yet Dark Wolf wants to get in on the action, too.
|-
!56c
|4c
|"Knockout Pig"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 2, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |A boxing pig escapes the barn when he thinks he's going to be shipped of to a meat market and heads to the suburbs where he meets Jerry, and every time he hears bells, he hits Tom.
|-
!57a
|5a
|"Musketeer Jr."
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 9, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Musketeer Jerry shows Tuffy how to be a musketeer and has sword fights with musketeer Tom in the process.
|-
!57b
|5b
|"Galaxy Droopy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 9, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |The third episode about Dark Wolf. He's at it again, this time with the universe conquering and he uses a Super Sucksaforsarurus to inhale the universe and it's up to Droopy and Dripple to stop him.
|-
!57c
|5c
|"Return of the Ants"
|Stewart St. John
|October 9, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Spike and Tyke go out on the beach for fun. When it appears that their basket of food is left behind, the red ants from ''The Ant Attack'' arrive and locate the basket of food until Spike and Tyke attempt to hide it in another section. Despite Spike and Tyke's attempts, the ants are still able to reach the basket, and Spike and Tyke continue to hide it in another place, and the ants continue to reach the basket wherever it gets hidden. In the end, Spike and Tyke lose the basket and the ants take claim of the basket over the two dogs.
|-
!58a
|6a
|"Droopyman Returns"
|Stewart St. John
|October 16, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy Man and Dripple Boy are back again-this time to go after Dr. Reginald Riff Rat (guest voice [[Mark Hamill]]) who plans to turn the city into rats just like him and has kidnap Cheetah Vavoom.
|-
!58b
|6b
|"Tom Thumped"
|Jim Ryan
|October 16, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |The police go out in search of Wildmouse and try to arrest him for chewing up on stuff. Meanwhile, Tom meets a white tabby next door, and first believes she could become his lover, until then he learns that she is more interested in a mouse like Jerry, which she often refers to "Fuzzy Wuzzy". Despite the polices' attempts to arrest Wildmouse, Jerry manages to get Wildmouse to board onto a ship and waves goodbye. Later, Tom brings Jerry to the tabby, and the tabby then cuddles Jerry, and then the tabby and Jerry both go out in the limousine, leaving Tom behind and then a steamroller runs over Tom, causing all his fur to be shaved off, except on his face.
|-
!58c
|6c
|"Droopnet"
|Bruce Morris
|October 16, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |A spoof of ''[[Dragnet (1987 film)|Dragnet]]''. On Friday night in the city, Detective Droopnet and rookie Dripple are after a mad car thief called Scofflaw Badwrench.
|-
!59a
|7a
|"Right-Brother Droopy"
|Bruce Morris
|October 23, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |A spoof of the [[Wright brothers]] where Droopy and Dripple are the Right Brothers without the ''W'' (like Dripple says, they are father and son portraying the Wright brothers which makes no sense, but it's historical) compete in a contest when Reporter Miss Scoops Vavoom comes by for them to be in a contest and win $20,000 dollars. Flip Flop McWolf (who is also a paperboy) wants in as well to fly against them in the contest.
|-
!59b
|7b
|"Cheap Skates"
|Sandy Fries
|October 23, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry mail-orders roller skates to mess with Tom, but Tom buys the same skates and has trouble trying to skate.
|-
!59c
|7c
|"Hollywood Droopy"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|October 23, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Out in Hollywood, washed-up producer Flops McWolf sees Droopy and Dripple and they star in a new movie of his. They sign a contract (which is really an accident insurance policy) naming him benefactor so he can receive all the money if they have accidents, but all the "accidents" he tries to do to them, only happens to him.
|-
!60a
|8a
|"Fallen Archers"
|Sandy Fries, Don Jurwich, and [[Jerry Eisenberg]]
|October 30, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |In medieval times, Droopy and Dripple compete in a Father/Son archery contest with McWolf and his son Stinky.
|-
!60b
|8b
|"When Knights Were Cold"
|<small>TBA</small>
|October 30, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Since the knights are too cowardly to face the fire-breathing Wildmouse, Tom is sent to deal with the fire-breathing fiend. Guest Voice: [[Tony Jay]].
|-
!60c
|8c
|"The Mouth Is Quicker Than the Eye"
|Jim Ryan
|October 30, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal becomes a magician for a bratty child's birthday party.
|-
!61a
|9a
|"Mutton for Punishment"
|Sandy Fries
|November 6, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |In the settling of the old west, Sheepherders Droopy and Dripple protects a sheep from cattle barren Sidewinder McWolf and his henchman Cowboy Irwin with the help of bad guys.
|-
!61b
|9b
|"Cat Counselor Cal"
|Jim Ryan
|November 6, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Calaboose Cal shows Tom a few modern ways with his inventions to capture Jerry.
|-
!61c
|9c
|"Termite Terminator"
|Jim Ryan
|November 6, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Pest exterminator Calaboose Cal is hired by a wealthy lady to get rid of a pesky termite in her home.
|-
!62a
|10a
|"Bride of McWolfenstein"
|Jim Ryan
|November 13, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Droopy and Dripple's car breaks down in front of a castle. Inside the castle, mad scientist McWolfenstein is creating a bride for himself, but when she spots Droopy coming, she falls madly in love with him and takes off with him to an amusement park, but McWolfenstein follows them there and feels sad since he thinks nobody cares for him, but he is wrong about that when four beautiful women come and carry him off. Dripple takes the bride off to ride on bumper cars as Droopy says, "Now there goes a chip off the old poodle" to close the episode.
|-
!62b
|10b
|"Hillbilly Hootenanny"
|Bruce Morris
|November 13, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom's hillbilly cousins unexpectedly drop in for a visit and they attempt to help him get Jerry.
|-
!62c
|10c
|"El Smoocho"
|Jim Ryan
|November 13, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |When Droopy and Dripple are driving a coach full of gold and Miss Vavoom to Dodge City, they cross paths with El Smoocho(McWolf) who attempts to take Miss Vavoom and the gold off with him.
|-
!63a
|11a
|"Droopy Hockey"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 20, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Slap-shot Droopy and Ice-pick McWolf play hockey. Miss Vavoom is the ice queen and Dripple is the hockey referee.
|-
!63b
|11b
|"Hawkeye Tom"
|Patrick A. Ventura
|November 20, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Jerry has to deal with Tom and a hawkeye bird both pursuing him.
|-
!63c
|11c
|"No Tom Like the Present"
|Sandy Fries
|November 20, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |After an anvil drops on Tom, an angel cat tells him that he is on his 8th live, so he has one more chance to stay alive and tries to avoid any injuries.
|-
!64a
|12a
|"Dirty Droopy"
|Jim Ryan
|November 27, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Public enemy 123456 and 7 Mangler McWolf gets Detective Dirty Droopy fired when he says that Droopy tortured him and says that he innocent. Mangler McWolf plans to go on a crime scene, but Detective Droopy follows him everywhere. In the end when McWolf is in prison, it turns out Droopy has some doubles that has been appearing with McWolf.
'''Note''': Dripple has a small part in this cartoon.
|-
!64b
|12b
|"Two Stepping Tom"
|Sandy Fries
|November 27, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |An elephant named Tundo (voiced by [[Jim Cummings]]) is performing in a concert on the stage at Sheboygan Records, Inc., but gets frightened and jumps to the ceiling every time Jerry appears. Meanwhile, Tom arrives at studio manager Mr. Sheboygan's office and is requested to get rid of Jerry and make Tundo's concert more enjoyable. However, Tundo's concert gets spoiled by Tom and Jerry's chasing, and when Tundo aims for Jerry to land on, Jerry escapes causing Tundo to land on Tom instead. After the concert, Mr. Sheboygan gives the dollar bills to Tom, then Jerry teases Tundo, then Tundo jumps up in the air and lands on Tom, and Jerry takes the bills out of Tom's hand and walks off with them.
|-
!64c
|12c
|"Disc Temper"
|Jim Ryan
|November 27, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |The watchdog from "Flippin' Fido" has a job on the beach, and the lifeguard tells him no pets are allowed on the beach and has to keep Tom and Jerry off. Tom again distracts the dog with Frisbees.
|-
!65a
|13a
|"Order in Volleyball Court"
|Sandy Fries
|December 4, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |It is the Volleyball Championship between challengers Droopy and Dripple against McWolf and his son, Stinky. In addition, the winner can receive $100,000 and a date with Volley Vavoom. 66th and final appearances of Droopy and Dripple.
|-
!65b
|13b
|"King Wildmouse – 10th Wonder of the World"
|Bruce Morris
|December 4, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and a hunter (voiced by [[Jim Cummings]]) go to Mouse-co Island to locate Wildmouse, but the hunter is too lazy to get it himself. Wildmouse is caught, but after the hunter refused to share the credit with him, Tom frees Wildmouse and takes him back home.
|-
!65c
|13c
|"Space Chase"
|Sandy Fries
|December 4, 1993
|-
| colspan="5" |Tom and Jerry are selected to go into a space shuttle and a scientist is testing to see if they can live in harmony in outer space, but it fails. '''''[[Series finale]]'''''
|}
 
== 2001: Hanna-Barbera Productions/Turner Entertainment cartoon[edit] ==
{| class="wikitable"
!Title
!Date
!Notes
|-
|''Tom and Jerry: A Fundraising Adventure''
|October 7, 2014
|Two-minute sketch shown as part of [[Children In Need]] telethon in the United Kingdom.<sup>[[Tom and Jerry filmography#cite note-radiotimes.com-4|[4]]]</sup>
|}
 
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