Mother Goose and Grimm
Also known asGrimmy (season 2)
Created byMike Peters
Based onMother Goose and Grimm
by Mike Peters
Written byMark Evanier
Gordon Kent
Earl Kress
Directed byRon Myrick
Vincent Davis
Voices ofCharlie Brill
Greg Burson
Eddie Deezen
Mitzi McCall
ComposerRon Grant
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes26
Executive producersLee Mendelson
Phil Roman
Mike Peters
ProducerBob Curtis
Running time23 minutes
Production companiesLee Mendelson Productions
Film Roman
Grimmy, Inc.
Tribune Media Services
MGM/UA Television Production Group
Original release
ReleaseSeptember 14, 1991 (1991-09-14) –
1992 (1992)

Mother Goose and Grimm, also known as Grimmy for the second season,[1][2] is an American animated television series that premiered September 14, 1991, on CBS.[3] The show is an adaptation of Mike Peters's comic strip of the same name.[4] The Saturday morning cartoon was produced by Bob Curtis, and written by Mark Evanier.



No. Title Written by
1 Puppy Love Story Mark Evanier
Brotherhood of Ham Mark Evanier
2 Expensive Taste Mark Evanier
Lassie Swim Home Gordon Kent
3 Funny Business Mark Evanier
The Boogie Man Mark Evanier
4 Grimm Encounter Mark Evanier
The Grocery Grabber Mark Evanier
5 Ham Alone Mark Evanier
Sheep Thrills Gordon Kent
6 Hero Worship Mark Evanier
The Search For Soap Earl Kress
7 The Fur Flies Mark Evanier
It's a Flea Country Mark Evanier
8 Bone of Contention Mark Evanier
The Sweeper Creeper Mark Evanier
9 The Wickedest Witch Mark Evanier
Motel Mutt Mark Evanier
10 Pussycat Pooch ?
Open All Night ?
11 Getaway Grimmy Mark Evanier
Tail of a Puppet Mark Evanier
12 The Egg and Us Mark Evanier
Hyde and Go Seek Mark Evanier
13 Trash Night Trouble ?
Mirror Monster ?


Charles Solomon of the Los Angeles Times praised the series for "preserving the look" of the comic strip, and for "[having] a good sense of the characters' personalities", but was disappointed with the "flat timing and pedestrian direction" of the program.[5]


  1. ^ Moy, Suelain (May 15, 1992). "Tales of the Pup". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2009-10-19.
  2. ^ Hopkins, Tom (April 15, 1992). "Peters' thrilled Grimmy gets a second season". Dayton Daily News.
  3. ^ Heffley, Lynne (September 1, 1991). "On Saturday The Kids Watch Tv". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-10-19.
  4. ^ Erickson, Hal (2005). Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 2003 (2nd ed.). McFarland & Co. p. 566. ISBN 978-1476665993.
  5. ^ Solomon, Charles (September 14, 1991). "TV Reviews – Saturday Cartoons: Adapting to the New Season". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-10-19.