Sky Davis (real name Chuck) is a professional basketball player and creator of the "Air Jets", a line of athletic shoes.. Background. Sky Davis appears in Doug's Cool Shoes in a commercial for his new line of sneakers called the "Air Jets".
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Doug: Created by Jim Jinkins. With Billy West, Constance Shulman, Fred Newman, Doug Preis. The life of a young boy as he meets friends, falls in love, maneuvers his way through grade 6 and writes all about it in his journal.
In the series premiere, we find the Funnie family have moved from Bloatsburg and are just arriving at their new home in the town of Bluffington. 11-year-old ...
Doug feels inferior because he doesn't have awesome new shoes, Sky Davis Inflatable Air Jet, like everyone else. That is, until he meets the real Sky Davis. ...
He collects basketball cards as seen in Doug's Lucky Hat. In Doug is Slave for a Day , Doug reveals he collects The Beets trading cards and has a pet rock collection. Fantasies
The episode begins with Doug and his friends playing basketball against Roger and his gang with Doug about to shoot a free throw and his team down by a single point. Roger even insults Doug's plain shoes as well, distracting him while shooting his free throw. Doug does it and misses the shot, as well as the ball hitting his head.
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Patricia "Patti" Mayonnaise (born October 12th, 1980) is a main character in the Nickelodeon and Disney animated series Doug. She is the only daughter of Chad and late Mrs. Mayonnaise . The secret love interest (later girlfriend as of the movie) of Doug Funnie and the nicest character in the series, Patti is a talented athlete who is also a top ...
Doug is a male personal name (or, depending on which definition of "personal name" one uses, part of a personal name). It is sometimes a given name (or "first name"), but more often it is hypocorism (affectionate variation of a personal name) which takes the place of a given name, usually Douglas.