Johnny Bravo

The Suzy Show / Toy Boy Johnny/ Frankenbravo

Season 3, Ep 12, Aired 2/23/01
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  • Episode Description
  • The Suzy ShowThe "Harold and the Fuzzy Bunny Book" has been taken off all library shelves by a greedy censorer named Mr. Blowhart and Suzy must make him change his mind!Toy Boy JohnnyJohnny is named CEO of a major toy conglomerate and invents action fiures of himself for the holiday season. But when they are defective he is fired.FrankenBravoMr Bravo meets a mad scientist and he has made the perfect female monster and she and Johnny are on the run from an angry mob!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mae Whitman

    Little Suzy

  • Tom Kenny

    Carlos "Carl" Chryniszzswics/Nails/Mugsy

  • Larry Drake

    Pops

  • Jeff Bennett

    Jonathan "Johnny" Bravo/Goon 1/Waiter/Barry Krelman/Igor

  • Candi Milo

    Bride of FrakenBravo

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • (After Johnny gets electrocuted because he was flying a kite during a storm with a copper wire.) Johnny: Darn you Benjamin Franklin! You knew this would happen!

    • (After being thrown by the Frankenstein woman.) Johnny: Wow! She has the strength of ten women! (Hunchback zooms up to him.) Hunchback: She is ten women.

    • Johnny: I like pie! I like pie!

    Notes (2)

    • In the episode The Suzy Show, Johnny only appears in two scenes.

    • The alternate title for the episode The Suzy Show is The Great Bunny Book Ban.

    Allusions (2)

    • (After Johnny gets electrocuted because he was flying a kite during a storm with a copper wire.) Johnny: Darn you Benjamin Franklin! You knew this would happen! This is a reference to Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) who conducted an experiment by flying a kite during a storm.

    • The episode Frankenbravo is a parody of the famous 1818 novel Frankenstein, written by Mary Shelley.

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