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Bonkers

Season 4 Episode 2

Tokyo Bonkers

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Aired Daily 2:30 PM Mar 07, 1993 on
9.8
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Tokyo Bonkers
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Bonkers and Miranda fly to Tokyo, guarding the evil Z-Bot, when they run into the evil ninja kitties that free him.

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  • Lucky and Bonkers head into another reality, Tokoyo.

    10
    This episode was so funny I couldn't breathe by the end!!! First off the parody of the Ninja Turtles, the Ninja Kitties, classic! Plus I love the whole "Bonkers fan base" in Japan to drive Lucky crazy. Like when they go shopping and Bonkers shows off all the merchandise based on him. Example the box which cries "Bonkers! Yea totally nuts!" Watching Lucky cringe made it all the funnier. I grin just thinking about it! The episode was riddled with memorable quotes. Like the dastardly villian's "I have the urge to merge!" Ha ha, loved it! The entire episode was simply a joyous romp!moreless
Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

Mr. Skunk / Mr. Corkscrew / Pelican

Joe Alaskey

Joe Alaskey

Flaps the Elephant

Nancy Cartwright

Nancy Cartwright

Fawn Deer

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Additional Voices

Jim Cummings

Jim Cummings

Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat, Detective Lucky Piquel, Additional Voice

Chick Vennera

Chick Vennera

Moe/Toon Rooster

Julia Kato

Julia Kato

Kyoko

Guest Star

Robert Ito

Robert Ito

Sgt. Tetsuo

Guest Star

Robert Ridgely

Robert Ridgely

Transformer Robot Brain Z-Bot

Guest Star

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Fall-Apart Rabbit

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • The symbols on the "Bonkers" banner (on the roof of the skyscraper where Bonkers captures Z-Bot) are not random. The sign is written in Katakana (one of Japanese alphabets) and really reads "bo-n-ka:-zu" - the Japanese way to spell "bonkers".

    • Robert Ito who provides the voice of Sgt. Tetsuo also provided the voice of Goose Lee in a episode of Darkwing Duck.

  • QUOTES (5)

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • There is a slight spoof of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" in this episode. The four Ninja Kitties are named after famous musicians (Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, Ringo), while the Ninja Turtles were named after artists. Z-Bot, the main villain, is a pink brain who needs a mechanic body (this could be a reference to Krang).

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