The Three Stooges

SATURDAYS 6 PM

eastern (on most MeTV stations)
Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk! These specially selected and themed broadcasts will present full-length, unedited shorts without commercial interruption, packaged into an hour-long presentation that highlights the many "best of" moments from the beloved comedians.  

Weekly themes include "Crème de la Curly," "Just Say Moe," "Pie…I Oughta!" and "Shemp Cocktail," featuring the classic combo of the Stooge trio — laidback Larry, hotheaded Moe, man-child Curly, along with dimwitted Shemp. See the complete episode listings below.

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Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Season 1
  • Season 1

Ep : Crème de la Curly

Curly's most memorable moments, including the two full shorts “Micro-Phonies” (1945) and “A-Plumbing We Will Go” (1940), as well as selected scenes from “No Census, No Feeling” (1940).

Ep : Just Say Moe

Highlighting Moe's best moments, including the two complete shorts “Tassels In the Air” (1938) and “Idiots Deluxe” (1945), as well as selected scenes from “All the World’s a Stooge” (1941).

Ep : Shemp Cocktail

Shining a spotlight on the best of Shemp, including the two full shorts “Brideless Groom” (1947) and “Who Done It?” (1949), as well as selected scenes from “Heavenly Daze” (1948).

Ep : Hysterically Historical

The Stooges goof off in other time periods in two complete shorts, “Uncivil Warriors” (1935) and “Knutzy Knights” (1954), as well as selected scenes from “Musty Musketeers” (1954).

Ep : The Upper Crass

The Stooges invade high society in the two complete shorts “Hoi Polloi” (1935) and “Crash Goes the Hash” (1944), as well as selected scenes from “Termites of 1938” (1938).

Ep : Sports Irritated

The Stooges show their athletic side in two complete shorts, “Three Little Pigskins” (1934) and “Three Little Beers” (1935), as well as selected scenes from “Playing the Ponies” (1937).

Ep : International Idiots

The Stooges visit foreign lands in two complete shorts, “Wee Wee Monsieur” (1938) and “We Want Our Mummy” (1939), as well as selected scenes from “What’s the Matador?” (1942).

Ep : Crazy for Curly

More of the best of Curly, including the two complete shorts “I Can Hardly Wait” (1943) and “Loco Boy Makes Good” (1942), as well as selected scenes from “How High is Up?” (1940).

Ep : Pie, I Oughta!

Pie fights! The crust and cream fly in two complete shorts, “In the Sweet Pie and Pie” (1941) and “Three Sappy People” (1939), as well as selected scenes from “Half-Wits Holiday” (1947).

Ep : Musical Morons

Two complete Stooges shorts with musical interludes, “Woman Haters” (1934) and “Squareheads Of the Round Table” (1948), as well as selected scenes from “Violent Is The Word for Curly” (1938).

Ep : Rope-A-Dopes

The Stooges enter boxing and wrestling rings in two complete shorts films, "Punch Drunks" (1934) and "Fright Night" (1947), as well as selected scenes from "Grips, Grunts and Groans" (1937).

Ep : Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard

The Stooges spoof the medical profession in two complete short films, "Dizzy Doctors" (1937) and "Men in Black" (1934), as well as selected scenes from "A Gem of a Jam" (1943).

Ep : Halfwits for Hire

The Stooges take on various jobs in two complete short films, “Pop Goes the Easel” (1935) and “Cookoo Cavaliers” (1940), as well as selected scenes from “Ants In the Pantry” (1936).

Ep : World War Fools

The Three Stooges spoof fascism in two historic shorts, "You Natzy Spy" (1940) and its sequel, "I’ll Never Heil Again" (1941) — as well as selected scenes from "They Stooge to Conga" (1943).

Ep : The Moe the Larry-er

Larry takes the led in two complete shorts, “Disorder in the Court” (1936) and “He Cooked His Goose” (1952), as well as selected scenes from “Three Loan Wolves” (1946).

Ep : Go West, Young Stooge

The fatheads hit the frontier in two uncut shorts, "Yes, We Have No Bonanza" (1939) and "Punchy Cowpunchers" (1950), as well as selected scenes from "Phony Express" (1943).

Ep : When Blockheads Meet Blockbusters

The trio toast and roast Tinseltown in two complete shorts, “Movie Maniacs” (1936) and “Studio Stoops” (1950), as well as selected scenes from “Hula-la-la” (1951)

Ep : Scheme a Little Scheme

The Stooges’ brainstorm their biggest boondoggles in two complete shorts, “A Ducking They Did Go” (1939) and “Three Pests In a Mess” (1945), as well as selected scenes from “Cactus Makes Perfect” (1942).

Ep : Del, Yes!

Some of the best Three Stooges shorts directed by Del Lord, including the complete “False Alarms” (1936) and “Dutiful But Dumb” (1941), as well as selected scenes from “Booby Dupes” (1945).

Ep : Three Dolts and a Baby

The boys at their most infantile—with actual infants. Includes two complete shorts, “Mutts to You” (1938) and “Sock-a-bye Baby” (1942), as well as selected scenes from “Baby Sitter Jitters” (1951).

Ep : Wedded Blitz

Misadventures with matrimony! Includes two complete shorts, “The Sitter-Downers” (1937) and “Self-Made Maids” (1942), as well as selected scenes from “Scrambled Brains” (1951).

Ep : Jittery Jokesters

The Stooges are scared witless by ghosts, ghouls and other assorted monsters in two complete shorts, “Spook Louder” (1943) and “Spooks” (1953), as well as selected scenes from “The Ghost Talks” (1949).

Ep : Blockheads in the Badlands

More misadventures in the Wild West, including two complete shorts, “Goofs and Saddles” (1937) and “Out West” (1947), as well as selected scenes from “Horses Collars” (1935).

Ep : Stupid Sleuths

The Stooges put on their detectives hats and battle an assortment of crooks, thieves and grifters. Includes two complete shorts, "Crime on Their Hands" (1948) and “Blunder Boys” (1955), as well as selected scenes from "Dizzy Detectives" (1943).

Ep : Legalize Shemp

Three more of the best from Shemp Howard, including two full shorts, "Hold That Lion" (1947) and "Sing A Song of Six Pants" (1947), as well as selected highlights from "All Gummed Up" (1947).

Ep : Curly Cubed

A trio of tales showcasing everyone’s favorite falsetto fathead, including two full shorts, "From Nurse to Worse" (1940) and "Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise" (1939), as well as selected highlights from "Busy Buddies" (1944).

Ep : Larry-Go-Round

Even more examples of Mr. Fine’s finest moments, including two full shorts, "Fuelin' Around" (1949) and "Cuckoo on the Choo Choo" (1952), as well as selected highlights from "Malice in the Palace" (1949).

Ep : Bad MacDonald

Classic shorts featuring Kenneth MacDonald, the Stooges’ slyest, slipperiest, most sinister adversary, including two full shorts, "Monkey Businessmen" (1946) and "Booty and the Beast" (1953), as well as selected highlights from "Shivering Sherlocks" (1948).

Ep : The Marvelous Mrs. MacIntyre

Featuring the Stooges' favorite leading lady, Christine McIntyre, who played everything from femme fatales to damsels in distress. See her in two full shorts, "Three Little Pirates" (1946) and "Dopey Dicks" (1950), as well as selected highlights from "The Hot Scots" (1948).

Ep : Suffering Sitka

Featuring the most humiliating appearances by Emil Sitka, the Stooges' favorite punching bag. See him in two uncut shorts, "Bubble Trouble" (1953) and "Three Hams on Rye" (1950), as well as selected highlights from "Slaphappy Sleuths" (1950).

Ep : Stinkers, Sailors, Stooges, Spies

The boys get involved in international espionage, high treason, and low comedy in two uncut shorts "Three Little Sew and Sews" (1939) and "Dunked in the Deep" (1949), as well as selected highlights from "Saved by the Belle" (1939).