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Pinky and the Brain Lab Notes

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Premiered: Sep, 9 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Liz Holzman, Al Zegler
Voice Actors: James Belushi as McGuire, Jim Cummings as Admiral
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Brain needs the meat of a rare white crab to make his hypnotic recipe effective, he takes a submarine and heads for the Titanic, where massive numbers of the crabs are located. However, the CIA misinterprets his intentions and orders the submarine's destruction.
Premiered: Sep, 10 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Audu Paden
Voice Actors: Gail Matthius as Gail, John Vernon as Punk, Jeffrey Tambor as Beetle Fiero, Jeff Glen Bennett as Locke
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: When Brain needs money to create an endless voice mail system, he gets a job at a large corporation, stages an accident, and then sues the corporation for the money he needs.
Premiered: Sep, 16 1995
Written By: John P. McCann
Directed By: Dave Marshall, Rusty Mills
Voice Actors: Jess Harnell as Wakko, Tress MacNeille as Dot, Frank Welker as Runt, Sherri Stoner as Slappy, Chick Vennera as Pesto, John Mariano as Bobby
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain finds a "Take Over The World" spell in Merlin's book, but discovers he needs a red dragon's toenail to complete the spell. Knowing where to find a red dragon, the mice set out to get his toenail.
Premiered: Sep, 17 1995
Written By: Gordon Bressack, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Al Zegler
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as Gollyzilla, Tress MacNeille as Japanese Girl
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice terrorize Tokyo after an enlarging ray makes them 400 feet tall.
Premiered: Sep, 17 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Audu Paden
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Brain calculates his plans always fail because of Pinky's stupidity, he makes Pinky smart to help solve the problem.
Premiered: Sep, 17 1995
Written By: Tom Minton
Directed By: Al Zegler
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice sing about the parts of the brain.
Premiered: Sep, 24 1995
Written By: Gordon Bressack, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Audu Paden
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Woman, Jim Cummings as The Mist
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: After developing the ability to befog men's minds with his voice, Brain plans to appear on a radio show as "The Fog" and befog everyone's minds. Once the mice reach the studio, they end up becoming part of the show in a way they didn't expect.
Premiered: Sep, 24 1995
Written By: Gordon Bressack, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Al Zegler
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as President, Jess Harnell as Alien Singer
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Brain discovers a probe is about to be sent containing evidence that man is the supreme race on the planet, he alters the evidence to make it look like he is the supreme being on Earth. Aliens receive the probe, and take the mice back to their home planet to be honored, just like they are on Earth.
Premiered: Oct, 1 1995
Written By: Paul Rugg
Directed By: Audu Paden
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Wensleydale, Tress MacNeille as Brie
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Pinky sings about the variety of cheeses.
Premiered: Oct, 22 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings, Tom Ruegger
Directed By: Greg Reyna, Dave Marshall
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as Mr. President
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice travel to the Swiss Alps to freeze world leaders attending a peace summit.
Premiered: Oct, 22 1995
Written By: Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Greg Reyna
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Co, Ltd.
Plot Summary: The mice borrow H.G. Wells' time machine to alter history so mice would be the dominant species instead of humans.
Premiered: Oct, 28 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Alfred Gimeno
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as Ralph
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice adapt the famous The War of the Worlds radio hoax for television.
Premiered: Oct, 28 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Leonard Robinson, Dave Marshall
Voice Actors: Neil Ross as Announcer
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: At the Kentucky Derby, Brain becomes a jockey to win the race and finance his plan to build a Reverse Geotropic Arrestor while Pinky and a horse fall in love.
Premiered: Oct, 28 1995
Written By: John P. McCann
Directed By: Michael Gerard
Voice Actors: Barry Dennen as Czar
Animation Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Co, Ltd.
Plot Summary: The mice attempt to steal Russia's crown jewels during a lunar eclipse.
Premiered: Oct, 29 1995
Written By: Tom Minton
Directed By: Barry Caldwell, Dave Marshall
Voice Actors: Paul Rugg as Uncle Albert, Lisa Bradley as Neice, Chasen Greig as Nephew, Jess Harnell as Station Manager, Luke Ruegger as Kid #1, Tress MacNeille as Kid #1
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice become children's TV stars so their fans will make Brain their leader when they grow up.
Premiered: Oct, 29 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings, Tom Minton
Directed By: Michael Gerard
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Dr. Jekyl, Frank Welker as Billy
Animation Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Co, Ltd.
Plot Summary: Knowing the British are fanatical about tea time, Brain drinks the strength-inducing Dr. Jekyl formula to disable Big Ben at tea time so tea time never ends.
Premiered: Nov, 5 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Greg Reyna
Voice Actors: Lauri Frasier as Reporter
Animation Studio: Startoons
Plot Summary: Brain runs for President with Pinky is his running mate.
Premiered: Nov, 5 1995
Written By: Peter Hastings
Directed By: Alfred Gimeno
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Billie
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: Brain sets aside planning world domination for a night to court Billie, a female mouse from another cage.
Premiered: Nov, 5 1995
Written By: Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Audu Paden, Dave Marshall
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain uses an infomercial to market his people-shrinking formula.
Premiered: Nov, 12 1995
Written By: John P. McCann
Directed By: Jon McClenahan
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as The President, Jeff Glen Bennett as Allan Fontain Bisque, Jim Cummings as Fred Floppel, Tress MacNeille as Mrs. Applebee
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain needs $40,000,000.03 to build a gigantic clothes-dryer with which he can create "global static cling." The mice journey to the remote Island X, hoping to establish a fake country so as to obtain a gigantic foreign-aid loan from the U.S. state department.

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