Johnny Bravo

Season 4 Episode 3

Win An El Toro Guapo / Witch-ay Woman

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Aired Monday 12:00 PM Mar 12, 2004 on Cartoon Network
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Win An El Toro Guapo / Witch-ay Woman
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Win An El Toro Guapo
Johnny tries to enter a contest to win an "El Toro Guapo" pick-up truck. It seems all he has to do is outlast a host of competitors in holding on to a rather talkative bull, but could it really be that simple?

Witch-ay Woman
Johnny gets on the bad side of a gypsy lady with his clumsy passes, so naturally she puts a curse on him. And what could be a more fitting curse for the womanizing Johnny than turning him into a woman? Looks like Johnny Bravo's taking a walk on the feminine side as "Jenny Bravo" until he (she?) learns his (her?) lesson.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The guy that said to Jenny (Johnny) "Nakilala na kita, di ba?" (Tagalog language) is a caricature of Van Partible; the creator of Johnny Bravo who is Filipino. This was the only episode to use a line in Tagalog and Partible insisted that the person who said the line should be done by a Filipino actor. He chose Dante Basco since he starred in the 2000 film The Debut which he liked a lot.

      • El Toro Guapo literally translates to "the handsome bull".

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      • In the episode Witch-ay Woman, Johnny looks down his shirt and says ""Oh, no. I'm a chick!".

        This is a reference to the 1991 movie Switch, directed by Blake Edwards, and starring Ellen Barkin.

      • In the episode Win an El Toro Guapo, the bull's song is a parody of the song Bella notte, used in the 1955 Walt Disney animated movie The Lady and the Tramp.

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