Animaniacs

Season 1 Episode 65

The Warners 65th Anniversary Special

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Aired Weekdays 4:00 PM May 23, 1994 on FOX
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9.1
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  • Very funny and cleverly plotted episode

    10
    This was a great way to end season 1.The Warners are celebrating their 65 anniversary in Hollywood,but they are very bored during the presentation about their life.The flashback shows how they were created in 1929.At that time,there was a character named Buddy.a happy go lucky childlike character,who was very boring and his cartoons werent funny.So director Weed Memio wanted to add more characters to spice up Buddys cartoon,so Yakko,Wakko and Dot were created.In every episode they would hit Buddy with a mallet,and that made Buddy cartoons popular.But then Warner studio deceded they didnt need Buddy anymore,so they fired him and gave Warners their own series of cartoons.But their cartoons were too wacky and didnt make scence,so they cancelled their contract.So the Warners were free to run around the studio causing trouble,so they locked them in a water tower where they remained for 65 years,managing to escape once in a while.But a dark evil figure is setting a bomb on a stage to destroy the Warners.It turnes out to be Buddy,who is mad because Warners ruined his career.In the end Warners go up the stage to give their speech.When they talk about how they appreciate Buddy,Buddy joines them on stage.Just when he was about to give his speech,the bomb explodes blowing him up.This was a very special episode.Many people,including me,learned that there was really a long forgatten Warner character named Buddy,who was a bland and boring character,nothing more then replacment for Bosko.And not to mention that episode included Bugs Bunny,Daffy Duck,Yosemite Sam,Tweety,Slappy and Skippy,Baby Jane,Sparatacus,Liza Minelly,Bob Hope,Chickaboo and many more.If you havent already,I strongly recomend to wach this episode.
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