Johnny Bravo

Lord of the Links / Chain Gang Johnny / Lumberjack Johnny

Season 3, Ep 14, Aired 4/27/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Lord of the LinksJohnny becomes a golfer to earn money for himself.Chain Gang JohnnyJohnny is a member of the Chain gang.Lumberjack JohnnyJohnny becomes a lumberjack.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Brenda Vaccaro

    Bunny Bravo

  • Mae Whitman

    Little Suzy

  • Tom Kenny

    Carlos "Carl" Chryniszzswics (1999-2001)

  • Larry Drake

    Pops (1999-2001)

  • Jeff Bennett

    Jonathan "Johnny" Bravo

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Warden: I want you two to take these hammers and brake all these big rocks into little rocks!
      Johnny: Well, that's not so bad...
      Warden: Then, I want you to paste them back into big rocks again!
      Johnny: Well, that is kind of annoying...
      Warden: And when you're done with that, I want you to break them back into little rocks!
      Johnny: Nooo!

    • Johnny: Once I dug a hole in my backyard. And today that hole is known as London, England.

    Notes (2)

    • In the episode Lord of the Links, during Johnny's daydream, the famous James Bond theme song is heard playing in the background.

    • In the episode Lumberjack Johnny, at the beginning of the lumberjack contest, Slimy Pierre makes a cameo appearance. He was introduced in the episode Yukon Yutz.

    Trivia (2)

    • The movie Johnny and Carl were thrown out of at the beginning of the episode Chain Gang Johnny was called "Hoevenna Skol", and according to Johnny it was a "boring 7 hour black and white documentary on moody Danish people".

    • At the beginning of Lumberjack Johnny, Johnny mentions he has spent all day sitting on his butt watching the Cartoon Network. Cartoon Network is of course the TV station that originally aired the Johnny Bravo series. Johnny Bravo was their second original series created.

    Allusions (1)

    • the title of the episode Lord of the Links is a spoof on the title of the famous novel The Lord of the Rings, written by J. R. R. Tolkien and first published in 1954. However, the plot of this episode has nothing in common with the novel.

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