Johnny Bravo

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (246)

  • Johnny: (While fighting an alligator) Get off of me you son of a handbag!

  • Christopher: I hate it when people use Don Knotts to deceive me.

  • Christopher (wearing Johnnys underwear): Don't hate me 'cause I'm beautiful. Johnny: Hey, take those tidy-whiteys off!

  • Johnny (to amazon chick): You know I bet your names Mickey 'cause your so fine! Your so fine...(amazon kicks him off screen)

  • Chronos: I'm afraid I'm going to have to eat you Kid. Johnny: You can't eat me Mr. Bear. I'm too pretty to eat.

  • King Raymond (about Johnny): He is armed and dangerous. Snake: He has a gun? King Raymond: Sorry, I meant he is dangerous and has arms. Snake: Oh yeah, rub it in my face.

  • Johnny: I wouldn't hurt a fly. Fly: It's a lie! It's a lie!

  • Chronos: Do you know what my favorite magazine is? Johnny:"Young bride"? Chronos: It's "Time"! Someday I'll be on the cover.

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Notes (38)

  • Johnny Bravo originally appeared in two animated shorts created for Cartoon Network's World Premiere Toons block, and was the second animated short to receive his own series, after Dexter's Laboratory.

  • Bravo Dooby-Doo is featured on both the Cartoon Network Halloween DVD and Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood VHS release.

  • The Perfect Gift is featured on the Cartoon Network Collection Volume #1 Game Boy Advance Video.

  • This episode marks the beginning of use for the new opening and credit sequences. Also the character designs have a more "modern" look.

  • The episode Yukon Yutz marks the first appearance of Slimy Pierre. He will return in a later episode, although only for a cameo appearance.

  • In Loch Ness Johnny, an actor resembling Mel Gibson appears. He has appeared once before, in the episode Bikini Space Planet.

  • The episode Quo Doofus marks Johnny's second time travel.

  • This is Luke Perry's first and only appearance on the show.

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Trivia (156)

  • As seen in the pilot episode, Johnny Bravo, Johnny's martial arts diploma reads: "The Aron City School O Defense certifies that Johnny Bravo has mastered the art of Karate, Ju Jutsu, Aikido, Lai, Tae Kwon Do, Tameshi Giri, He-Do, Bruise Lee, Lehr Do, Chump Chi, Judo, The Girl from Ipanema & Improvisational Dance. Signed by Julie "Boom Boom" Finnerty - President and Founder (some Japanese text) - Martial Art and Step Aerobic Goddess." But, as Johnny mentions, he is still studying Sumo wrestling.

  • When Johnny is seen entering the Village of Beautiful Women during the episode Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women, one of the Amazon women is seen carrying on a leash a miniature version of the purple gorilla seen in the pilot episode of Johnny Bravo.

  • One of the most mature jokes on the show: during Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women, when the Amazons are ready to make a "virgin sacrifice" out of Johnny, he protests. He is soon slapped by the Amazons.

  • On the Island of Beautiful Women, as seen in the episode Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women, you can see a mall, named Isla De Paradiso Mall.

  • Christopher the elephant slams Johnny on the ground with his trunk four times during the episode Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women.

  • Christopher, the elephant featured in Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women looks a lot like Snorky, the elephant from the Banana Splits Show (1968).

  • The Amazon woman who Johnny firsts encounters in the episode Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women is called Melissa, according to the elephant Christopher who calls her by this name.

  • Johnny guess that the Amazon woman he meets in the episode Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women is called either Trixie, Bambi, Candy and Vicky.

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Allusions (170)

  • "Escape to the Blue Lagoon": In the Jungle Boy episode, King Raymond is seen watching TV. The movie he sees a commercial for is "Escape to the Blue Lagoon", and is apparently a parody of the two movies The Blue Lagoon (1980, directed by Randal Kleiser), and its sequel, Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991, directed by William A. Graham). Brooke Shields (who starred in the 1980 movie) is also mentioned as being casted along Jungle Boy in this parody.

  • Bart Simpson: While the gorilla is mocking Johnny and impersonates him, for a moment he also impersonates Bart Simpson, a famous character from The Simpsons animated series.

  • Bambi: At the beginning of the episode Bearly Enough Time, during the various shots of the forest, we can see a young deer and a white rabbit bumping his foot on the ground. This is an allusion to the 1942 Disney animated movie Bambi, and the characters seen are Bambi and Thumper.

  • Bungled in the Jungle: - Title The title of this episode is an allusion to the song Bungle in the Jungle by Jethro Tull.

  • Here's Johnny!: In Bearly enough time, when Chronos catches Johnny Bravo in the woods, he says "Here's Johnny". This is an allusion to the famous line said on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and to the famous 1980 movie The Shining.

  • Aunt Jebedissa's disguises: At the end of the episode Bravo Dooby-Doo, when the Scooby gang and Johnny try to unmask the Ghostly Gardener, the following people/characters can be seen: - Professor Hyde White, from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode "What A Night for a Knight" (1969). As an extra note, this character wasn't the villain in that episode, just a suspect/victim of the real villain. - Harry the Hypnotist, a.k.a. The Ghost Clown, from the Scooby-Doo Where Are You! episode "Bedlam in the Big Top" (1969). - Bigfoot, the legendary creature/monster. - Don Knotts, (1924-2006) American comedy actor. As an extra note, he did guest star in 2 episodes of The New Scooby-Doo Movies in 1972. - Joe Barbera, (1911-2006) American animator, director and producer, among others. Part of the legendary duo of Hanna-Barbera, the producers of all the past Scooby-Doo series since 1969.

  • Jughead: In Bavo Dooby-Doo, Johnny calls Shaggy "Jughead" which is the same name as one of the Archie characters.

  • American Gothic: In Bravo Dooby-Doo when Shaggy and Johnny are hiding from the Ghostly Gardener, they pose and outfit is identical to the painting called American Gothic by Grant Wood.

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