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As Bob replaces his house with a high-rise apartment/hotel, Oggy thinks it blocks the sunlight from shining bright, causing a mess in Oggy's yard. Worried about the situation, Oggy helps the cockroaches destroy Bob's apartment/hotel so he can relax in the sunshine.

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The cockroaches accidentally destroy a witch's hat, making the witch angry with them. They put the blame on Oggy, Jack, Bob, but she accidentally turns them into children. While Olivia is having a hard time taking care of the little ones, she forces Joey to visit the witch and confess to turn Oggy, Jack, and Bob back to normal. At the end, the witch turns Joey, Dee Dee and Marky into children; Oggy, Jack and Bob then take them to school.

Oggy, Jack, and Olivia are going to India to watch the cricket tournament, while the cockroaches go there to meet up with an Indian woman, but Joey only wanted to go there to steal her precious diamond. Things go worse when the cockroaches steal the cat's tickets for the cricket game, so they decide to call for help from some people to find them and bring the tickets back.

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

Jack chases for the cockroaches but Oggy supports them once and for all, so the cockroaches are thrown out. Just a few seconds after that they receive three young kittens. Jack yet has a doubt, can he solve the mystery? Or is there none at all?

After his home gets blown up all the way down to ruins, Bob moves into Oggy's house for a stay while his house is being rebuilt. Just how would Oggy and the cockroaches react with this situation? Only time will tell.

Oggy takes his driving test and the least one can say is that he's not really gifted! The cockroaches, of course, are along for the ride, and take it upon themselves to transform the driving test into a real stock-car race...

Jack brings a female Ostrich to Oggy's place but things did not go to well when the ostrich begins devouring Oggy's furniture. The cockroaches get involved in this predicament, Dee Dee and Marky are planning to eat the ostrich but their leader Joey wants to ride her instead.

Oggy and Jack are having a disagreement to see which show they watch until Jack gets an idea: A 10-Lap Motorcycle Race around Oggy's house and the one who wins gets the remote. The cockroaches on the other hand get involved with the race betting to see which of the 2 cats win but Joey puts most of the bets on Jack while Dee Dee and Marky bet on Oggy.

The cockroaches' game of pick-up sticks is interrupted by Oggy, who is bowling. However, when Jack comes over, a chase begins, leading both cats to a real bowling alley, and ending with an explosion that destroys the bowling alley.

Oggy's sister, Monica comes over for a visit, whereas Jack is in love and tries to be a thrillseeker like her. However, love and kisses will not be for long, as the cockroaches try their best to ruin it.

Oggy watches a scary movie about a Monster from the Mud Lagoon while Jack tripps over a mud puddle and Oggy believes that Jack is really the monster. The cockroaches try all what they have in their sleeves to intensify Oggy's fear for Jack.

Oggy is going to the beach for what he thinks will be a relaxing day off. What he does not notice, is that the cockroaches have decided to tag along. And when Oggy and the cockroaches are near each other, trouble is bound to happen.

The cockroaches take off with the key to Oggy's fridge and dash down to the center of the Earth. To flush them out of their hideout, Oggy jumps into the Xerox machine and makes himself the size of the roaches.

Oggy puts a solid padlock on the fridge to stop the cockroaches' pesky behaviour and put the key in his piggy bank, but when he's thirsty, it seems like the piggy bank is indestructible and unbreakable. Oggy must figure out how to get the key.

Oggy arrives at the supermarket, and the cockroaches have tagged along. Soon, their never-ending squabble results in Oggy knocking down a huge pile of detergent. Oggy is literally kicked out by the security guard and is forced to disguise himself in order to enter the shop and complete his errands but the cockroaches decide to cause even more trouble for him.

Oggy is given custody of a baby by his sister and Jack. With his twisted mind, Joey immediately sees the opportunity to make a maximum of money. He decided with his accomplices to kidnap the kid for ransom to Oggy. But with the children, you have to expect everything. Far from being scared, the baby enjoys adventure and the cockroaches are the ones to suffer.

After Oggy finally manages to kill the cockroaches with a frying pan, the cockroaches' spirits come back and constantly make nightmares a reality for poor Oggy. Oggy has to do a ritual to survive the terror of the three ghosts.

Oggy has aviophobia (fear of flying), and while taking him on a flight, Jack tries hypnosis to help him relax. However, while a relaxed Oggy has gone walkabout around the plane, the cockroaches have come aboard as well, in which they leave all of the pilots tied up and gagged in order for them to cause the usual problems.

After being chased about, the cockroaches sniff a horrible odor. All eyes turn to Oggy, who must face the facts that he stinks. But taking a bath is hard for Oggy, who is hydrophobic. Jack tries to cure Oggy of his hydrophobia, while trying to hide the fact that he's hydrophobic as well.

Lazy cats Oggy and Jack enjoy living a simple life -- eating and watching TV are among his favorite hobbies. Unfortunately, his roommates often get in the way of his laziness. Those roommates are tiny cockroaches Joey, Marky and Dee Dee, who like to cause mayhem like raiding Oggy's fridge, making big messes and forcing the cat to clean up after them. Despite the trouble they cause, Oggy secretly misses the little critters when they're not around. Also part of Oggy's life is nature-loving neighbor Olivia, who is his love interest. And not so friendly neighbor Bob, who seems to beat Oggy or Jack up whenever they trespass on his property.

The show revolves around the titular characters: Oggy, and the cockroaches Joey, Marky, and Dee Dee. When the show started airing in 1998, it was successful in France and was eventually broadcast worldwide.

All three cockroaches are voiced by Hugues LeBars. However, Dee Dee was given a deep-toned voice provided by Michel Elias after eating one of the special biscuits in the second series episode, Chatter Box.

Each being named after members of the punk rock the Ramones, the cockroaches are three brothers comprising of Joey, the oldest, being 21 years old, Marky, the middle child, and Dee Dee, the youngest of the three, whose ages are unknown. They live in the air condition vent of Oggy's house which they to travel to different rooms. They enjoy instigating trouble where ever they go. They have even hijacked vehicles for joyrides, such as a dump truck, train, firetruck, and planes ("Rock 'n Roll Altitude", "Panic in the Air", and "First Flight"). They additionally commit crimes willfully on a near-daily basis showing no remorse whatsoever. Like many villains, the cockroaches are sadistic, up to the point they take pleasure from seeing people suffer, whether it be physically or emotionally, examples of this are when Oggy gets beaten up by Bob, the bully of the show, or when the former tears up. In the backstory from the episodes "It's a small world", shows that they have been bullying Oggy since he was a baby, also, weirdly enough, they looked older than him.

Joey is a selfish, vicious and highly sadistic individual. On a few cases, he has even sent at least one of his fellow roaches into action, so he would not have to go himself (e.g., "Mouseagator" and "Mouse Attack"). He is quite devious; possessing no qualms toward cheating ("Sports Fans") and using manipulation (e.g., the aforementioned "Fake News" which also shows that he knows how to edit videos). In addition, there is practically nothing he will not do to get his way. A good example of this is in "Don't Rock the Cradle" and "Oggy the Babysitter" when he attempted to kidnap a baby for ransom, also displaying his avarice. He is additionally revengeful and bad-tempered, sometimes seeking vengeance on Oggy out of anger merely for rubbing him the wrong way. In the cartoon's more recent seasons, Joey is sometimes shown to act harsher toward Dee Dee and Marky. He has even physically harmed them, particularly when they defy or irritate him. Joey is additionally said to metaphorically view things in black-and-white. Despite these traits, according to some official profiles, he would produce an incredibly emotive speech concerning the ultimate fate of all cockroaches if he could talk. It is also noted to canvass how victimized cockroaches will stand up and be emancipated. His end goal is said to hold sway over Oggy's household for himself and "his people."

Like all cockroaches, Joey possesses a big appetite and incredibly low standards of cleanliness, as he is stated to find Oggy's house "much too clean" and is shown to be prone to making messes. He appears to be aware of the fact that he is in a cartoon, as he occasionally looks so directly at the watcher(s). In fact, he even provided a transition scene in "Beachcombers" and "Beach Havoc".

For all his flaws, Joey is not without sentiment. While he can be nasty to Dee Dee and Marky, he is shown to feel affection for them. He helped Marky without reluctance in "Marky's Tournament" and mourned when Dee Dee "died" in "The Fugitive", "Globulopolis", and "Inside Oggy", among other examples. In addition, despite being stated to hate Oggy, Joey often consorts with the cat more than his fellow cockroaches. For instance, after suffering a head injury in "Ugly, Dirty, and Good", he began believing Oggy was his father and genuinely enjoyed spending father-son activities with him. (In this state, his mentality was also reduced to that of a child's, and he did not remember Marky and Dee Dee.) Furthermore, despite eventually reverting to his old self, Joey was seen staring at Oggy with an affectionate look on his face. Once he realized that Dee Dee and Marky were watching him, he stopped staring at the cat and slapped the two in annoyance. Joey also saved Oggy from plunging to his death in "Journey to the Center of the Earth" and actually teared up after he left in "Moved Out". 350c69d7ab


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