Brandy & Mr. Whiskers

Disney Channel (ended 2006)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 18

    The Tortoise And The Hare-Brain/ Rip Van Whiskers

    Aired 8/25/06

  • S 2 : Ep 17

    Big Girls Don't Body Slam / I Am Rainfo

    Aired 7/21/06

  • S 2 : Ep 16

    The Monster in My Skin / Dollars and Senseless Violence

    Aired 6/17/06

  • S 2 : Ep 15

    A Really Crushing Crush / Pickled Tink

    Aired 5/12/06

  • S 2 : Ep 14

    Stress Test / A Little Problem

    Aired 5/5/06

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tom Kenny

    Ed

  • Billy West

    Mr. Whiskers (2006)

  • Charlie Adler

    Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006)

  • Jennifer Hale

    Margo

  • Kaley Cuoco

    Brandy Harrington

  • show Description
  • Disney's Brandy & Mr. Whiskers, an animated program from Walt Disney Television Animation, is the quintessential buddy comedy about a pampered pooch and an excitable, offbeat rabbit who must forge a friendship after they both fall out of an airplane and land right in the middle of the Amazon rain forest. While they often fight and bicker because there are very few similarities between them, they do share each other's fate and they must work together if they wish to survive in the jungle. However, they are not alone; amongst the jungle denizens they encounter a few new friends: Lola Boa, an over-analytical boa; Cheryl and Meryl, twin toucan sisters who are always fighting; Ed, a bumbling river otter; Margo, the diva; and several other characters. However, not all the jungle is kind to them, for they must constantly avoid many Amazonian dangers, weather they're avoiding being eaten alive or facing difficulties arisen by Gaspar, the antagonist and self-proclaimed leader of the Amazon.CharactersBrandy Harrington: Brandy Harrington is a member of the Florida Harringtons, a luxurious lineage of dogs who only know the finest things in life. However, after an encounter with Mr. Whiskers on a plane trip to a five-star spa, Brandy finds herself stuck in the middle of the Amazon without a way to get home. Despite her struggles in her new surroundings, she still knows how to make use of the environment, taking every precaution in order to always look her best; though with Mr. Whiskers by her side, such tasks aren't always possible. While Brandy may appear to be shallow and materialistic, she does care deeply her friends, even though exploiting them in order to get what she wants doesn't seem to be a problem.Mr. Whiskers: Mr. Whiskers is a happy-go-lucky bunny who just wants to have fun, much to the dismay of other individuals. While Mr. Whiskers may annoy many people with his repugnant habits, he still never hesitates to lend a hand to a friend in need. Unfortunately, he's responsible for stranding himself and Brandy in the Amazon, which despite having caused some animosity between them, has also allowed their friendship to first blossom.Lola Boa: Lola Boa, one of Brandy's new best friends, is typically the voice of reason among her friends' constant disputes; When things get a little wild, her reactions are often unpredictably negative. Despite this, she's a loyal friend who helps Brandy adapt to foreign life in the jungle, despite her disgust towards a snake eating raw meals. Lola mostly wants a nice, new set of arms, which is why she is very sensitive about the fact that she has none, often crying whenever people mock her otherwise.Ed: Ed is a river otter who functions much better in the water than on land. While he may appear to be be clueless at times, he is quite wise in traditions of the jungle, despite his often dull expression of such knowledge and ongoing rambles about stories of little importance or relation to existing matters. Despite his flaws, he is one of Mr. Whiskers' few loyal friends, keeping close to him despite Brandy's indifference of his presence. Ed often ignores insults, for he prefers just to live a nice, quiet life among his friends.Cheryl and Meryl: Cheryl and Meryl are two sassy twin toucans who have a bad habit of bickering and fighting with one another. Although They don't always speak in the most gentle tones and often blurt out insensitively, they deeply care about one another.Margo: Margo is a stuck-up stick bug who's used to being part of the cool crowd, knowing all the most popular hang-outs in the Amazon. Even though she may openly belittle Brandy in order to raise her own social status, Margo still looks up to her new, strange friend at opportune times.Gaspar Le Gecko: Gaspar is the self-proclaimed leader/entrepreneur/musical-director of the jungle, who isn't afraid to weasel his way to success. While most of the jungle fears him, Brandy and Mr. Whiskers' arrival to the jungle has caused him to lose some influence, as they are often challenging his authority. Gaspar's paramount target is Mr. Whiskers, whom he had planned to make a meal of ever since they first met.moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (361)

    • Brandy: Cell phone?! Oh, my gosh! Do you know what this means? Mr. Whiskers: Yes! We can order...PIZZA!

    • (Brandy is sunbathing when a lemur walks across her gut) Brandy: Oof! Hey, any chance I could get a fruit plate or something? Lemur: Fruit for ze pooch? (A bunch of lemurs rattle the tree, bombarding Brandy with fruit. Her head gets stuck inside of a coconut) Brandy: Fruit plate… (Brandy pulls off the coconut) …plate?! (a plate is dropped on her head, side first) Brandy: Ow! No wonder they call it a jungle.

    • Mr. Whiskers: Hello ladies! Female Anteater: I think a man with a stroller is hot! Mr. Whiskers: You don’t say? (he begins to flex and pose)

    • Brandy: (referring to the clearing) So, it’s like a mall? Lola: Sure, I guess. (to Cheryl and Meryl) What’s a mall?

    • Momma Crock: I know this is last moment, but I desperately need someone to watch my eggs; we’re going upstream to eat some eco-tourists.

    • Gaspar: A thousand pardons for disturbing you, seniorita, allow me to introduce myself. I am Gaspar Le Gecko, Dictator / entrepreneur / musical director of this rainforest.

    • Ed: Well, hello Mr. Whiskers. How are you doing today?

    • (After arriving at the clearing, in which she thought it would be like a mall) Brandy: You’ve got to be kidding me, this is not a mall! Malls have stores and movie theaters and food courts! Not filthy animals bathing in their own drinking water!

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    Notes (32)

    • This episode was up for "Catchiest Catch Phrase" in Disney Channel's New Year's Eve House Party (2005). The show lost to That's So Raven, Kim Possible and Dave the Barbarian.

    • This episode was also the pilot for Brandy & Mr. Whiskers. And was originally suppose to air on Friday, August 20, 2004, but it was later changed to Saturday, August 21, 2004.

    • This is the first episode of the series, along with three other episodes that aired for a total of two hours starting at 8/7C, part of an animated block called Magnet-Tude.

    • "To The Moon" can be found on the Game Boy Advance Video Cartridge Disney Channel Collection Volume 2.

    • Brandon Sawyer, who wrote "Cyranosaurus Rex" was nominated for "Writing in an Animated Television" in the 2005 Annie Awards.

    • Rossen Varbanov, who storyboarded in "To The Moon, Whiskers" was nominated for "Storyboarding in an Animated Production" in the 2005 Annie Awards.

    • Aired in part with three other episodes for a two hour period to celebrate the premiere.

    • Aired in part with three other episodes for a two hour period to celebrate the premiere.

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    Trivia (10)

    • Nitpick: In the episode "Cyranosaurus Rex", Mr. Whiskers mentions that he would go along with Brandy’s plan as long as it didn’t involve changing his underwear. However, in the episode "To the Moon, Whiskers", he wishes for new underwear on the falling star.

    • Goof: In the episode "Happy Birthdays", when Mr. Whiskers thinks Brandy is talking about Christmas, he mentions Santa and says he needs to write him a list. However, this episode takes place before "On Whiskers, On Lola, On Cheryl and Meryl", in which he was terribly afraid of Santa in that episode.

    • In ''The Going Banana Republics'', Brandy's bellybutton disappears several times while she's wearing her bathing suit.

    • Goof: When Brandy is telling Lorenzo about his face being pictured in the dictionary under the word "annoying" (before her head starts inflating), Brandy's mouth is missing for one frame.

    • Goof: After getting no sleep in "Taking Paws", Brandy and Mr. Whiskers have bags under their eyes. However, when a ball of yarn hits Whiskers in the head, the bags under their eyes suddenly disappear.

    • Goof: When Brandy and Mr. Whiskers go to the temple to get the game back. They call it a Mayan Temple, however, the Maya never settled in Brazil.

    • In the ad for Brandy's Youth Gel, the price is said to be 5 shiny rocks, but if you look closely during the ad, you can see a message that says "3 EASY PAYMENTS OF 5 SHINY ROCKS."

    • During the commercial for Brandy's Youth Gel, we can see Brandy's address. Manufacturers Jungle P.O. BOX Tree House Call: 1-905-555-3177

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    Allusions (24)

    • Title: The Baby Sitter's Flub This is a refrence to the series, The Baby Sitter's Club.

    • Episode title: "To the Moon, Whiskers" The episode title "To the Moon, Whiskers" is a reference to the famous line said by Ralph from The Honeymooners. Brandy's head, in the title graphic, is even in a body that resembles Ralph's.

    • The episode title 'The Going Bananas Republic' is a play on the term "banana republic", which applied to poor countries that were typically in Central America, that were usually of a non-democratic government. Gaspar's government in this episode would be considered a banana republic.

    • Brandy: I’m Brandy. Not Super Brandy. Not Wonder Brandy. Not Brandy Lass; just Brandy. This is a reference to several super-heroines, she references Supergirl and Wonder Woman, and quite possibly Lava Lass.

    • The episode ‘The Monkey’s Paw’ is a reference to a 1902 short story by the same name, which even had a similar plot to the episode.

    • In the episode 'The Curse of the Vampire Bat' there was a character named Vlad. This may be a reference to "Vlad the Impaler" who is a very violent historic figure. His history gave Bram Stoker the inspiration for the creation of "Dracula." There is also a half-ghost character named Vlad from the Danny Phantom series, in which he is the main arch-villain of that show, though he does look similar to a vampire while he is in his ghost form.

    • Brandy made the same wish as Squidward from the 'You Wish' episode of SpongeBob Squarepants, but only on the alternate ending.

    • The episode title is a reference to the trademark call that Santa Claus is said to make when his sled takes off.

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  • Fan Reviews (112)
  • This show was GOOD!

    By NatT96, Sep 28, 2013

  • One of the greatest Disney shows in history

    By bautistakenrick856, Nov 23, 2014

  • Very Underrated Show

    By ScampTVCritic, Jun 02, 2013

  • Funny stuff.

    By Lyoko88, Mar 18, 2013

  • May not have lasted long, but it was a decent cartoon that deserved to last longer than it did.

    By MetalFan150, May 19, 2012

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