Animated series. When poor Gnasher is laid up wearing the 'collar of shame', Dennis takes Rasher to school instead, disguised as an exchange student.
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THEME MUSIC PLAYS
Don't worry, Gnasher, you won't have to wear your cone for long.
Abyssinian whitehaired tripe hounds are famous for healing quickly.
Mmm. That thing is so not streamlined.
Oops, maybe not.
How am I going to smuggle you into school?
There's no way you can pass as my backpack with that thing on.
It's a glitter canon so I can celebrate
when I pass my maths test.
I thought it was Bring Your Hairy Ice Cream To School day.
My pack lunch is learning the...tuba?
Even Creature won't buy that.
Sorry, boy, you can't come to school with me.
Not while you're all coned up.
I know. Gran!
Maybe lay off the barking while you've got that thing on, eh, boy?
Of course you can stay.
Just make sure you don't get in the way of my knitting,
UFO spotting and quad biking.
I like to do them all at once.
Awesome sauce. You guys have fun. I'll catch you after school.
Oi, Dennis, not so fast!
There's only one side car on the motorbike.
If I'm looking after Gnasher, you'll have to look after Rasher.
Suppose it might be fun hanging out with Rasher for a change.
Here, I'll leave you my spare so we can keep in touch.
-Oh, you'll need this.
-Come on, Rasher, we're going to be late.
Don't have too much fun without me, Gnasher.
Come on! Oh!
-Hey, where are you going with that pig?
I miss Gnasher.
-Hey, Olive, I don't suppose you've seen a pig around here?
What would a pig be doing in me kitchen?
I mean I've got some flies, the occasional mouse
and I did find a fox in the larder last week, but definitely not pigs.
The very thought. Anyway, why aren't you in class?
I'm so late!
Dennis! You've broken school rule number 792.
No unauthorised cabbages in class.
The first time that rule has been broken.
Cool, I'm a cabbage king.
Hey, boy, you OK? Sorry, can't talk right now.
Is that Dennis? Sounds like they're all having bags of fun without you.
Game of basketball?
Why are basketball players messy eaters?
Oh, I don't know.
Why are basketball players messy eaters?
Because they're always dribbling.
Keep them peeled for any sign of Rasher.
SHE BANGS ON PAN
Listen up. All the food has gone missing, but no need to panic.
I've been on an extreme cooking course so I've knocked up
a meal using the contents of the gym cupboard.
Who's for baked bean bags?
-Whoa! She's eaten a whole term's worth of pies.
OK, clearly we can't let Rasher out of our sight.
We'll have to find her a disguise.
Mmm, she looks about the same size as my Aunt Helga.
Oi, class, meet our new foreign exchange student...
Oh, Freya, what a lovely name.
Oh, hello, Freya.
-Might I be so bold as to ask where you're from?
-Ah, a veggie burger. I have summered there.
If you want to get away from this riffraff,
I'll be more than happy to show you around.
My father's the Mayor, you know. I don't like to talk about it.
Doesn't he realise...? Oh!
Oh, Rasher, that was amazing.
Come on then, glum chops. Fancy a ride in my sidecar?
Freya, allow me to take you away from these imbeciles.
Ah, it's a pig!
Who did he think she was?
Oh, I'll teach that pig to break my heart. I mean, to mess with me.
Gnasher! Hiya, boy. Such a downer you weren't at school today.
Wish you could've seen Rasher. She was hilarious.
Everyone loved her.
-Oh, who's a good girl?
-What a lovely piggy.
SAD MUSIC PLAYS
How about when Rasher ate Walter's flowers.
You should've seen it, Gnasher.
We'll cover more ground if we split up.
Just checking the den, Rasher. I'll be right back.
Gnasher? You here?
Oh, I hope you're not in trouble, boy.
Gnasher, here, boy. Anyone seen him yet.
Er, what are we looking for again?
Rasher? Oh, guff-bombs. Not you too.
You've ruined Father's car.
Which makes me feel even less guilty about bringing you here.
Oh, look, a cross between a mangy mongrel and a shuttlecock.
Farewell, pointless pooch.
HE HOWLS AND BARKS
Gnasher! Don't worry, boy. I'm coming.
Ha! You'll have to do better than that.
Blamtastic shot, Gnasher.
Oh, I've missed you, mate.
See, I told you
Abyssinian whitehaired tripe hounds heal quickly.
When poor Gnasher is laid up wearing the 'collar of shame', Dennis takes Rasher to school instead, disguised as an exchange student. Walter takes a shine to this new girl and, totally embarrassed to find that the object of his affections is Rasher the pig, plots his revenge.