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[33], Paulsen had already been selected to voice Pinky as he was already voicing Yakko Warner for Animaniacs. Episodes also include recurring caricatures of celebrities, including both Bill and Hillary Clinton, David Letterman, Dick Clark, Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, Kathy Kinney, J. D. Wilkes, Paul Gilmartin, Annabelle Gurwitch, Don Rickles, Michael Keaton, Eric and Donny from Too Something, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, The Allman Brothers Band, David Cross, Jack Black, Chris Shiflett, Jim Nabors as Gomer Pyle, and Christopher Walken, as was common on other Animaniacs cartoons. A few times in the series Pinky and Brain indeed pondered the same thing, though in one of these Pinky dismissed his idea as being too stupid. in response to a plan, and Pinky's final question, "Why, Brain? ", Brain's name is the backronym for the eponymous project: "Biological Recombinant Algorithmic Intelligence Nexus". Pinky also has shown signs of intelligence, despite his supposed stupidity. There are two video games based on Pinky and the Brain. [7], The bulk of every episode involves one of Brain's plans for world domination with Pinky's assistance and the ultimate failure of that plan, with some exceptions. [44] Jason Rubin, the co-founder of Naughty Dog, was also fond of the series; the character of the Brain served as an influence in the creation of Doctor Neo Cortex, the main antagonist of the Crash Bandicoot series of video games.[45]. The characters later appeared in the series Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain.[2]. Four VHS collections of Pinky and the Brain episodes were released in 1996 and 1997, each with approximately two to four episodes that included shorts from Animaniacs. In a Christmas special, Pinky even wrote a letter to Santa Claus saying that Brain had the world's best interests at heart. On September 3, 1993, Pinky and the Brain premiered on television in the episode "Win Big", which aired on the FOX network. [11], Pinky (voiced by Rob Paulsen, who also voices Yakko from Animaniacs) is a genetically modified mouse who shares the same cage as Brain at Acme Labs. Pinky and the Brain were popular on Animaniacs, and the popularity continued into their own series. Scooby-Doo! With Maurice LaMarche, Rob Paulsen, Mark Hamill, Lauren Tom. [35] The episode Napoleon Brainaparte makes frequent reference to the French anthem, La Marseillaise,[14] while in the episode in which Pinky becomes the artist "Pinkasso", Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition can be heard.[36]. Pinky and the Brain: Star Warners Credits (1998) Edit. There is very little continuity between episodes outside of the common fixtures of the two mice, though some plans for world domination from early episodes are subsequently referred to in later seasons; for example, Brain's mechanical human suit that was first used in "Win Big"[6] reappears when Brain faces his rival Snowball in "Snowball". ", when Pinky's intelligence is elevated to match Brain's. He is highly intelligent and develops complex plans for global domination using politics, cultural references, and his own inventions toward his goal. In 19th-century England, Pinky and The Brain accept a challenge to circle the globe in 79 days in order to gain a foothold in the British Empire and then conquer the world. In a short episode ("Pinky's P.O.V.") Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable) Charles M. Howell IV. [38][39], Three songs resemble the musical skits in Animaniacs, matching existing music with new lyrics. The characters first appeared in 1993 as a recurring skit on Animaniacs. Brain's similarity to Orson Welles was made explicit in the Animaniacs episode "Yes, Always", which was based upon an outtake from one of Welles' television commercials, colloquially known as Frozen Peas, in which he ranted about the poor quality of the script. As with Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain was scored by a team of talented composers, led by Emmy-Award-winning composer Richard Stone. The recordings were done on Stage A on the Warner Bros lot, the same stage (and with the same piano) where Carl Stalling recorded his Looney Tunes music. Both cartoons in this episode are animated by Wang Film Productions Co., Ltd.. 1 Mice Don't Dance 1.1 Crew 1.2 Synopsis 1.3 Songs 1.4 Notes 2 Brain Drained 2.1 Crew 2.2 Synopsis 2.3 Songs 2.4 Notes 3 Cast Animation by Wang Film Productions Co., Ltd. And in "The Pink Candidate", when Pinky became president, he later began citing various constitutional amendments and legal problems that would bar Brain from his latest plot to take over the world. [46] In 1996, the series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program for the episode A Pinky and the Brain Christmas. What are we going to do tomorrow night?". Producer: Cory Philpott. Pinky's name was inadvertently given to him by Brain himself: when insulting the two scientists responsible for their gene splicing while talking to himself, Brain claimed the scientists had "less knowledge in both their heads than I do in my...pinky!" Brain sees his inevitable rise to power as good for the world and not as mere megalomania. These collections are now out of print. ", The Brain or "Brain" for short (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) looks and sounds a little like Orson Welles. Storyboard: Rafael Mayani, Sitji Chou. Producers Liz Holzman. and the Legend of the Vampire, Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League. 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