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Pinky and the Brain Lab Notes

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Premiered: Sep, 14 1996
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Genevieve, Brian George as Critic #1
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Pinky becomes a famous modern artist named Pinkasso to provide money for Brain's latest scheme.
Premiered: Sep, 28 1996
Written By: Nick Dubois, Earl Kress, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Al Zegler
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Sully, Frank Welker as Odin, Jeff Glen Bennett as Zalgar
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice are pursued by a brain-craving alien intent on eating Brain's brain.
Premiered: Oct, 19 1996
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Old Woman, Michael McKean as Toll Collector, Sam McMurray as Tax Man #1, Jim Cummings as Chuck
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: In Robin Hood era England, Brain needs money for a massive hot water heater so the populace can take baths and improve their body odor. To get the money, he recruits men to take from the rich and give to him.
Premiered: Oct, 26 1996
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Corey Burton as Cushing
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Pinky and the Brain sneak into an Egyptian pyramid and pose as mummies. After being sealed in the pyramid by people who believed the ruse, the mice must then deal with a real mummy.
Premiered: Nov, 2 1996
Written By: Reid Harrison
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Old Woman, Frank Welker as Mr. President, Richard Karron as Sweaty Pete, Jim Meskimem as Bob D.[ole], Kevin M. Richardson as Bernard S.[haw], Steve McGowan as Reporter, Phil Snyder as Bob C.
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Pinky writes a letter to a newspaper complaining "The Family Circus" isn't funny anymore, it gets mistaken as a political statement, causing a series of events that end in Pinky becoming President of the United States. But then scandal erupts when Brain's plans for world domination are uncovered, forcing President Pinky to choose between his job or his friend.
Premiered: Nov, 9 1996
Written By: Brett Baer, David Finkel
Directed By: Liz Holzman
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Katie C.[ouric], Frank Welker as Mr. President, Jim Cummings as V/O #1, David Coulier as Tom H.[anks]
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: After realizing the power of tearjearker movies, Brain creates and broadcasts one to the entire world, making world leaders so depressed they willingly give up power to him.
Premiered: Nov, 16 1996
Written By: Gene Laufenberg
Directed By: Rusty Mills
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Phyllis, Jeff Glen Bennett as Hippie, Roddy McDowall as Snowball
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Animal rights activists, thinking the mice are actually monkeys, raid Acme Labs, take Pinky and The Brain, and release them into a jungle. While the mice are trying to find their way back to civilization, they meet an old enemy.
Premiered: Nov, 23 1996
Written By: Gordon Bressack, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Sampson, Jim Cummings as Saran, Julia Duffy as Delilah
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain seeks the source of Sampson's strength.
Premiered: Nov, 23 1996
Written By: Charles M. Howell IV., Bill Matheny
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Female Rock Star, Frank Welker as Ross P.[erot], Paul Rugg as Dr. Belvedere
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: After Brain tires of trying to take over the world and seeks help from a support group, he decides world domination is no longer for him. With nothing else to do, Brian then dedicates himself to helping victims of his former passion and makes Pinky his first patient.
Premiered: Feb, 1 1997
Written By: Shaun McClaughlin, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Baby, Jeff Glen Bennett as Baloney
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: In a twist on the Superman origin story, the mice care for a baby boy with super powers, sent to Earth by his parents to escape his planet's destruction.
Premiered: Feb, 3 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard, Charles M. Howell IV., Earl Kress
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Pat Musick as Scientist #2
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: When a chip critical to Brain's plan is used by the lab's scientists to control a virtual reality maze, he must navigate that maze, full of tricks and traps, to get the chip back.
Premiered: Feb, 8 1997
Written By: Brian Swenlin
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Queen Roach, Frank Welker as Mr. President
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice, using a time travel ship, go to 2 billion A.D. to retrieve a world domination kit.
Premiered: Feb, 22 1997
Written By: David Fury, Elin Hampton
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Rikki L.[ake], Frank Welker as Bartender, Cree Summer as Bunny
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: The mice become "parents" to Romy after being created from the accidental merging of their DNA in Brain's cloning chamber.
Premiered: May, 17 1997
Written By: Brett Baer, David Finkel
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Rue McClanahy, Kevin M. Richardson as Jelly-Head, Billy West as Marv A.[lbert], Roger Rose as Man #1, Peter Jason as Bobby Nacht, Jan Rabson as Referee
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Brain achieves fame as a basketball player.
Premiered: Sep, 8 1997
Written By: Wayne Kaatz, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Liz Holzman, Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Woman, Frank Welker as Beaver
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: Brain convinces a group of beavers to build him a series of dams in an effort to control waterways and flood cities.
Premiered: Sep, 8 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Liz Holzman, Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Townsend Coleman as Hal Slug
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: The mice become silent film stars when their comedy films are a hit.
Premiered: Sep, 13 1997
Written By: Gordon Bressack, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Russell Calabrese, Liz Holzman
Voice Actors: Billy West as Larry
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice attempt to take over the world with their new cagemate, Larry.
Premiered: Sep, 13 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Russell Calabrese, Liz Holzman
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Mousealope Calf, Frank Welker as Fred Floppel, Jeff Glen Bennett as Chris, John Mariano as Robert, Jim Meskimem as Del Monte
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: Brain pretends to be an endangered species done an injustice by humanity to gain control of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and its steel mills so he can build a series of billboards designed to confound its viewers.
Premiered: Sep, 13 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Billie, Roddy McDowall as Snowball, Jan Rabson as Farmer
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Snowball and Billie return to lead Brain on an adventure in 1946 Los Angeles.
Premiered: Sep, 15 1997
Written By: Reid Harrison
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Cher, Frank Welker as Fred Floppel, Sam McMurray as Video Teacher
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Brain becomes obsessed with winning a golf tournment after entering it to steal a golf club needed for his latest plan.

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