NUTTY BUT NICE (Episode 47-1940) The Stooges are singing waiters whose silly antics inspire two doctors worried about little Betty Williams, whose father has been kidnapped. Dressed as three little girls, complete with balloons and giant lollipops, the Stooges visit the depressed girl in the hospital, but even they can't bring her around.
HALF SHOT SHOOTERS (Episode 14-1936) WWI has ended and the stooges have been discharged from the service, even though they've done absolutely nothing. When their sergeant discovers this, he beats them up badly, but the stooges have their revenge and beat him up.
CASH AND CARRY (Episode 25-1937) The Stooges come home after several months of unsuccessful prospecting only to find that a young, crippled boy and his older sister have moved into their City Dump shack. The Stooges attempt to invest the boy's operation money by buying a house that they're conned into believing contains the treasure of Captain Kidd's kid.
CALLING ALL CURS (Episode 41-1939) The Stooges are veterinarians treating a rich lady's dog Garcon. Two men, posing as reporters, come to check out the Stooges' clinic. They are really dognappers who capture Garcon and hold him for a $2000 ransom.
THE SITTER DOWNERS (Episode 27-1937) The Stooges are in love. After they arrive at their girlfriends' house they ask them to marry and the girls say yes. But "Papa" says no, so the Stooges stage a sit-down strike and stay in the house until they get the nation's sympathy.
ANTS IN THE PANTRY (Episode 12-1936) A. Mouser, the owner of the Lightning Exterminating Co., is behind on his bills and is about to fire his three employees, the Stooges. The boys beg for one last chance, and Mouser sends the Stooges out with instructions of, "If they don't have ants, you GIVE them ants".
A DUCKING THEY DID GO (Episode 38-1939) After unsuccessfully stealing a watermelon, the Stooges get jobs as salesmen for the Canvas Back Duck Club and end up selling phony memberships to the Mayor and the entire Police Department.
SAVED BY THE BELLE (Episode 40-1939) The Stooges are fur salesman trying to sell coats in a Central American country prone to frequent earthquakes. Desperate to raise the funds to pay for their hotel bill, the boys start succeeding by selling pillows as shock absorbers.