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  • Season 1 Episode 2: Super Duped / Bungled In ...

  • Super Duped marks the first appearance of Little Suzy.

    Bungled in the Jungle marks the second appearances of Jungle Boy, King Raymond, and all the other jungle creatures first seen in "Mr. Monkeyman".

    Bearly Enough Time marks the first appearances of Bunny Bravo (Johnny's mama), and of Chronos the Bear.

  • During Bungled In The Jungle, King Raymond captures Johnny into a trap by luring him with the new Vendela calendar. Vendela will later appear on the show; she is a supermodel and a talk-show host on which Johnny has a crush on.

  • Season 1 Episode 3: The Sensitive Male / Brav...

  • Velma's obvious crush on Johnny later inspired a couple of short promos and bumpers which aired on the Cartoon Network:


    One of them was about a depressed Johnny sitting in a bar alongside the titular characters from the Two Stupid Dogs show and with Fred Flintstone from The Flintstones as the bartender, explaining how he fell in love with Velma, dated for a while but eventually she turned down his marriage proposal, claiming her career comes first. In the end, back in the bar, Johnny goes to pick up Melody, from Josie and the Pussycats.


    Another bumper featured Dexter, from Dexter's Laboratory falling in love with Velma and helping her with a science project she couldn't handle on her own. In the end it's revealed that her project was creating a new hair gel for Johnny, who asks her out to dinner afterwards, which she accepts, leaving Dexter heartbroken.

  • The Sensitive Male marks the first appearance of the character of the Sensitive Male.

    Bravo Dooby-Doo marks the first and only appearance of Scooby-Doo and his gang. While Scooby will later appear again on the show, the rest of the gang won't.

  • At the very end of Bravo Dooby-Doo, another Hanna-Barbera '70's cartoon character, Speed Buggy makes an appearance, offering Johnny a ride.

  • Season 1 Episode 4: Date with an Antelope / D...

  • Starting in October 2011, the European version of Cartoon Network's sister TV channel Boomerang used a scene from the episode Date With An Antelope in their promos for the Johnny Bravo show. The scene where Johnny is in the bathroom, spraying deodorant under both of his armpits at the same time, then spinning the deodorant bottles on his fingers and placing them in the holsters on his belt, the same way a cowboy would do with his guns, was used in both the "Coming up later" and "Coming up next" bumpers.

  • Mike Stevens, the waiter who served Johnny and Carol during Date With An Antelope will later have a cameo at the end of another episode, Over the Hump, where he will be seen offering Lawrence the Camel a drink.

  • Season 1 Episode 5: I Used to Be Funny / My F...

  • The gift Santa Johnny gives to Scooby-Doo reads: "Good for 10 weeks of sthpeetch therapy at the Cindy Brady Sthpeach Therapy Sthcool".

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

  • 'Twas the night marks: Scooby-Doo's final appearance on the show, Chronos the Bear's second and last appearance, and Jungle Boy's third appearance.

  • 'Twas the night is the first Johnny Bravo special Christmas episode.

  • In 'Twas the Night, Adam West provides the voice of the narrator. He will be back on the show, voicing himself, in the episodes Johnny meets Adam west, and Adam West Date-O-Rama.

  • In I Used to Be Funny, Johnny mentions he hates clowns.

  • Santa Claus: Merry Christmas, you pinhead! Round Two is next year!

    Fast forward: Technically, "round two" turned out to be 4 years later, marked by the episode A Johnny Bravo Christmas, which aired in 2001.

  • Season 1 Episode 6: Blarney Buddies / Over th...

  • Towards the end of the episode Blarney Buddies, during the scenes Johnny chases the leprechaun to the farm, the instrumental version of the childrens' song "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" can be heard.

  • In a later episode, A Johnny Bravo Christmas, the second Christmas special of Johnny Bravo, Johnny would mention his kidnapping and being forced to join the French Foreign Legion inside the cargo hatch of a plane; events that we can see in the episode Over the Hump.

  • Johnny Bravo Meets Farrah Fawcett is the first and only time actress Farrah Fawcett (February 2, 1947 - June 25, 2009) had a voice acting role in an animated TV series (she would later do voice acting in the animated feature-length film The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars, from 1998). In this episode, she stars as herself, and she also voices the little old lady who is standing in front of Johnny in the line for the party.

  • Censorship: On the original airing of Johnny Bravo Meets Farrah Fawcett, the kid whose present (a toy clock) is destroyed by the doorman at Suzy's party had the following lines: "You're a spazz", and "Later captain spazz!".

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

  • The short blond guy with glasses who won't let Johnny enter Suzy's party in Johnny Bravo Meets Farah Fawcett has previously been seen in a previous episode, I Used to be Funny (he was the guy who kept kicking Johnny when the clowns put a "kick me" sign on Johnny's back), and will return in the episode Beach Blanket Bravo, as the only guy on the beach who realizes a shark is among them.

  • The waiter briefly seen at the end of Over the Hump offering Lawrence a drink is Mike Stevens, the same waiter that served Johnny and Carol the antelope in a previous episode, Date With An Antelope.

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Animation, Comedy, Kids

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Tweens, ladies man, nerdy friend, celebrity impersonations, pop culture references