Johnny Bravo

Season 1 Episode 8

Beach Blanket Bravo / The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much / The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys

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Aired Monday 12:00 PM Aug 25, 1997 on Cartoon Network
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Beach Blanket Bravo
When Johnny takes a trip to the beach, he winds up at a party, where a hot chick uses him to make her boyfriend jealous. This eventually leads to Johnny competing in a "King of the Beach" contest. The Day The Earth Didn't Move Around Too Very Much
Johnny explains an incident to the court about he firmly believes that yesterday time froze for everyone but him, and how he used it by having a gourmet meal, stealing candy, and sleeping in a first-class hotel without paying. The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys
When Johnny wants a young girl's older sister to fall for him, he must go into the discount toy-aisle to buy some toys to give to the homeless.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Censorship: On the original airing of The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys, after Johnny tries hitting him, but flies over his head, Raggedy Angelo's line was "What a spazz".

        In most (if not all) prints of this episode that air today, the word spazz has been replaced with turkey. It is easy to notice this edit as Angelo's voice suddenly changes to a deeper one when the word "turkey" is spoken.

      • The toy store Johnny visits in the episode The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys is called "Eternitoys" (with the first "R" written backwards), and their motto is "They last forever".

      • The restaurant Johnny went to during The Day the Earth Didn't Move Very Much was called "Chez Rich".

      • The short blond guy with glasses who seems to be the only person on the beach to notice a shark is among them during Beach Blanket Bravo has previously appeared in two other Johnny Bravo episodes: in I Used to be Funny, as the guy who kept kicking Johnny when the clowns put a "kick me" sign on Johnny's back, and in Johnny Bravo Meets Farah Fawcett, where he won't let Johnny enter Suzy's party.

      • In The Day the Earth Didn't Move Very Much, during the hotel scene, in the lobby you can see the same long-haired cook that appeared earlier in the restaurant scenes (now wearing a suit), and a girl who looks exactly like Suzy's teacher, Miss Babe (introduced in Super Duped), but having blond hair.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Johnny (to the shark): I only got two words for yo, mister: No!

      • Johnny: That's the whole story your majesty.
        Judge: Your honor.
        Johnny: Oh, you don't have to call me that.

      • Johnny: If you're a loser, don't say nothing.
        (Quiet)
        Johnny: I thought so.

      • (Johnny grabs a cooked turkey and eats it)
        Johnny: Check please! What? No charge? Why thank you very much!
        (Johnny runs out of the restaurant without paying)

      • Judge: What on Earth possessed you to do the things you did!?
        Johnny: Well, your honor, it all started yesterday morning. We had a power outage. Anyway, when I noticed the VCR blinking 12:00 over and over, I thought what any warm-blooded American would have thought, given the same situation; Looks like time's frozen for everybody, but me!

      • Toy: I'm wearing white pants.
        Johnny: So?
        Toy: It's after Labor Day. Barbie won't go out with me.

      • Shark: I'll be the swimming judge.
        Guy: Hey, you're not a shark are you?
        Shark: No, I'm Richard Nixon.

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    • ALLUSIONS (10)

      • Raggedy Angelo:

        The Raggedy Angelo toy seen in The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys is a spoof on Raggedy Ann, a rag doll, fictional character appearing in books and having her own line of dolls.

      • If you want a new arm, you're gonna have to get it from a Share Bear.

        A "Share Bear" is most likely a parody of the Care Bears, a set of characters created by American Greetings in 1981 for use on greeting cards, and from 1983, plush teddy bears.

      • G.I. Jeremy

        The G.I. Jeremy toy seen in The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys is a spoof on the G.I. Joe, a line of military-themed articulated action figures produced by the toy company Hasbro.

      • Barbie won't go out with me.

        Barbie is a fashion doll manufactured by Mattel, Inc. and launched in March 1959.

      • There's a bomb on this bus; if you go over 55 miles per hour, it's gonna go off.

        The movie Johnny was watching at the beginning of The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys was a parody of the 1995 film Speed, starring Keanu Reeves.

      • Johnny: I felt like I was in The Twilight Zone or something.

        The Twilight Zone was an American anthology television series depicting paranormal, futuristic, dystopian, or simply disturbing events, usually brought to closure with some sort of moral.


      • Welcome to the Waldorf Hysteria!:


        The hotel where Johnny goes to spend the night to in the episode The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much is called the Waldorf Hysteria, and is a reference to the famous Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.


      • Yoplait Yogurt
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        Johnny comments on one girl's bathing suit calling it a "Eensy-weensy teeny-weeny yellow polka dot thingy" which is a reference to Yoplait Yogurt's jingle: "Itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny yellow polka dot bikini".


      • The Day the Earth Didn't Move Very Much: - Title

        The title of this episode is a spoof on the 1951 science-fiction movie The Day the Earth Stood Still, directed by Robert Wise.


      • Hotel Television:

        When Johnny is watching television at the hotel duringThe Day the Earth Didn't Move Around too Much, he is watching a classic old show from the late '70s, The Dukes of Hazaard.

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