FOX (ended 1998)



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  • Season 1 Episode 1: De-Zanitized/The Monkey S...

  • Porky Pig has a cameo in this episode.

  • If you look near the animator's drawing board, you can see a drawing of Hamton Pig's head of Tiny Toon Adventures fame.

  • Ralph can be seen greeting the stars in the beginning of this episode. Since this is supposed to take place a while ago there is a mistake because Ralph does not look old enough to have been around.

  • In this segment, Hello Nurse is in an animation room and Ralph is in the parking lot. This, however, is a mistake because it is supposed to take place in the 30's or 40's and Hello Nurse and Ralph do not look that old.

    Actually, it can be assumed that this is a mock documentary - filmed recently on black and white film - that was made just for the purpose of introducing the Warner Siblings/Animaniacs.

  • Season 1 Episode 2: Theme Song #1

  • People seen in the xylophone sequence of the theme song (from left to right): Ludwig Von Beethoven, Count Dracula, Mr. Plotz, Dr. Scratchansniff, Albert Einstein, Ralph

  • Season 1 Episode 2: Yakko's World/Cookies for...

  • Yakko omits Eritrea from the African nations, as well as several Asia-Pacific countries such as Western Samoa, Nauru, etc.

  • Season 1 Episode 2: Theme Song #1

  • For the reruns that run on Nickelodeon, an additional "theme song tag line" (as previously specified, usually different for every episode during their original airing) was conceived and recorded exclusively for these reruns ... they included Tress MacNeille as Dot singing: "Nickelaney!"

  • There are different verses in some episodes of the theme song. The original line is "While Bill Clinton plays the sax." In episodes 66-69 the following line was used: "We've got wisecracks by the stacks." From episode 70 onward the following line was used: "We pay tons of income tax." In addtion to this change the line "Meet Pinky and the Brain who want to rule the universe" was changed to "Meet Ralph and Dr Scratchansniff; say hi to Hello Nurse." for episodes 75 and 84

  • At the end of the theme song, one of the Warners say something that rhymes with the last line "We're Animanie, Totally insaney". There is usually a different line for every episode. These are the all lines that have been in the show:

    Dot: Here's the show's namey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Pinky and The Brainy...
    Dot: Come back, Shaney...
    Dot: The rain in Spainy...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Cockamamie...
    Dot: Shirley MacLainey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: How urbaney...
    Yakko: Citizen Kaney...
    Yakko: Andromeda Strainy...
    Wakko: Where's Lon Chaney?
    Yakko: Eisenhower Mamie...
    Yakko: Miss Cellany...
    Wakko: Chicken Chow Meiny...
    Yakko: Dana Delaney...
    Dot: No pain, no gainy...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Hydroplaney...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Money down the drainy...
    Wakko: Penny Laney...
    Yakko: Ehhh...
    Dot: Tarzan and Janey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Novocainey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Here's the Flamey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Meet Mark Twainy...
    Yakko: Presidential campaigny...
    Wakko: Hunchback of Notre Damey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Bowling laney...
    Yakko: Bangor, Mainey...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Frasier Craney...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Mister Haney
    Dot: Quiche lorrainey...
    Yakko: Lake Champlainy...
    Dot: High octaney...
    Yakko, Wakko, and Dot: Public domainy...
    Yakko: Candy caney...

  • Season 1 Episode 3: H.M.S. Yakko/Slappy Goes ...

  • Captain Mel can be seen as a boss in the Aquatic Stage in the Animaniacs video game on the SNES.

  • Season 1 Episode 4: Hooked on a Ceiling/Goodf...

  • The song "Promenade" from Mussorgsky's Pictures At An Exhibition, is often heard through the episode.

  • The turtle who yells "Hey, watch it, dude!" speaks with a voice like Michaelangelo's, but was wearing the purple mask, which would make him Donatello.

  • For some reason, Michaelangelo is wearing a Roman toga, even though this takes place in Renaissance Italy.

  • Season 1 Episode 5: Taming Of The Screwy

  • Yakko is apparently able to speak Japanese.

  • When the Warners are hiding in the music pit, they alternate playing "Turkey In The Straw" and Mozart's "A Little Night Music".

  • Season 1 Episode 5: Nighty-Night Toon

  • First voiced appearance of Brain, voiced by Maurice LaMarche. Maurice LaMarche would eventually voice the leader of the Brain Planet on the show "Futurama".

  • Season 1 Episode 6: End Credits - Standard

  • During the water tower end tag, when the copyright fades in there is no IATSE union bug next to the copyright in the U.S. versions unlike the previous WB animated shows Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series and Taz-Mania. However, in some or perhaps all the foreign language versions in other countries, the IATSE bug is intact right next to the copyright.

  • A recurring joke in the end credits of "Animaniacs" found Kathryn Page, Assistant-to-Producer, being assigned a new, offbeat credit with every full episode.

    [Each episode number below signifies the full episode comprised of the first airing of the vignette numbers that follow.]

    The "joke credits" have included the following.

    Season One
    Episode 1 (1-1 through 1-6): Animal Handler
    Episode 2 (1-7 through 1-11): Lemming Herder
    Episode 3 (1-12 through 1-16): Shark Handler
    Episode 4 (1-17 through 1-22): Hamster Trainer
    Episode 5 (1-23): Tight Rope Walker
    Episode 6 (1-24 through 1-28): Squirrel Handler
    Episode 7 (1-29 through 1-32): Jeep Driver
    Episode 8 (1-33 through 1-38): Raccoon Keeper
    Episode 9 (1-39 through 1-42): Monkey Wrangler
    Episode 10 (1-43): Pitbull Trainer
    Episode 11 (1-44 through 1-47): Dallas Cowboy Fan
    Episode 12 (1-48 through 1-51): Moose Caller
    Episode 13 (1-52 through 1-56): Needs a Vacation
    Episode 14 (1-57 through 1-61): Babysitter
    Episode 15 (1-62 through 1-64): Bobbie's Sister
    Episode 16 (1-65 through 1-67): The Shepherd
    Episode 17 (1-68 through 1-71): Tired of These Credits
    Episode 18 (1-72 through 1-78): Zoo Keeper
    Episode 19 (1-79 through 1-81): Buried Under Lists
    Episode 20 (1-82 through 1-86): Tractor Puller
    Episode 21 (1-87 through 1-89): Bull Fighter
    Episode 22 (1-90 through 1-91): Party Clown
    Episode 23 (1-92 through 1-97): Taxidermist
    Episode 24 (1-98 through 1-102): Bounty Hunter
    Episode 25 (1-103 through 1-107): Rug Merchant
    Episode 26 (1-108 through 1-113): Back Hoe Operator
    Episode 27 (1-114 through 1-118): Wine Steward
    Episode 28 (1-119 through 1-126): Ride Operator
    Episode 29 (1-127 through 1-130): Circus Performer
    Episode 30 (1-131 through 1-132): Barbarian
    Episode 31 (1-133 through 1-137): Zamboni Driver
    Episode 32 (1-138 through 1-142): The Mayor
    Episode 33 (1-143 through 1-150): Snake Charmer
    Episode 34 (1-151 through 1-153): Fire Eater
    Episode 35 (1-154 through 1-167): Extremely Confused
    Episode 36 (1-168 through 1-170): Tooth Fairy
    Episode 37 (1-171 through 1-173): Acrobat
    Episode 38 (1-174): Contortionist
    Episode 39 (1-175 through 1-182): Matador
    Episode 40 (1-183 through 1-190): Defensive Tackle
    Episode 41 (1-191 through 1-196): Mrs. Claus
    Episode 42 (1-197 through 1-202): Insincere Laugher
    Episode 43 (1-203 through 1-206): Ferret Tamer
    Episode 44 (1-207 through 1-214): Hall Monitor
    Episode 45 (1-215 through 1-219): Denture Wearer
    Episode 46 (1-220 through 1-222): Diplomat
    Episode 47 (1-223 through 1-227): Plotting Revenge
    Episode 48 (1-228 through 1-235): Bonzai Sculptor
    Episode 49 (1-236 through 1-243): Nutcracker
    Episode 50 (1-244 through 1-246): Stocking Stuffer

  • Season 1 Episode 8: Cookies for Einstein

  • The equation the Warners accidentally help Einstein discover (E=MC^2) is referred to as the "theory of relativity," but is actually the mass energy conversion formula.

  • Season 1 Episode 8: The Big Candy Store/Bumbi...

  • Fermin Flaxseed sounds alot like The Narrator from "Earthworm Jim".

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