|A Dog for All Seasons|
|U.S. Air Date||December 16, 2000|
|Directed by||Timothy Björklund|
|Written by|| Story by: Ford Riley|
Written by: Ford Riley & Michael Price
|Previous||You Can't Bite City Hall|
Mrs. Helperman decides to write a play incorporating all of her students' holiday and religious traditions, but finds it more difficult than she had envisioned. Meanwhile, Spot tries to find out if dogs themselves have any holiday traditions.
|Nathan Lane||Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II|
|Shaun Fleming||Leonard Helperman|
|Debra Jo Rupp||Mary Lou Helperman|
|Jerry Stiller||Pretty Boy|
|David Ogden Stiers||Mr. Jolly|
|John Mahoney||Tim Tim Tim|
|Rob Paulsen||Ian Wazselewski, Moe, Church custodian, Pigs|
|Pam Segall||Ruth, Buddy|
|Wallace Shawn||Principal Strickler, Mary Lou's imagination|
|Fred Willard||Mr. Wazselewski|
- Moral: The holidays are for being with the people you love and care about, not just traditions.
- In this episode, it is revealed that the blue-skinned people are black and the golden skinned people are light tanned which similar to the Nickelodeon/Disney series Doug which also has multi-colored people.