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Pinky and the Brain Lab Notes

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Premiered: Sep, 15 1997
Written By: Gene Laufenberg
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Castro-type, Earl Boen as Earth
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: When Brain accidently gives the Earth the ability to speak, he uses that ability to force the people of Earth into submission.
Premiered: Sep, 16 1997
Written By: Brett Baer, David Finkel
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Paul Rugg as Mr. Sultana
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When a package Brain has been waiting for is delivered to a next door neighbor's house, he must convince the neighbor to let him have the package.
Premiered: Sep, 17 1997
Written By: Bill Matheny, Charles M. Howell IV., Earl Kress
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Jim, Billy West as Indian Man, Jess Harnell as Fred
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: In 1967, the height of the flower power era, Pinky is mistaken for a wise guru.
Premiered: Sep, 17 1997
Written By: Cathy Shambley, Earl Kress
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as First Lady, Frank Welker as Mr. President
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Pinky plans a suprise party to celebrate Brain's birthday, while Brain tries to ease his anxiety about getting older by excecising.
Premiered: Sep, 18 1997
Written By: Bill Canterbury
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Cheerleader, Jeff Glen Bennett as Game Announcer, Paul Rugg as Mr. Sultana
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Brain's virtual future program has him still trying to take over the world when he is an old mouse, he stops seeking world domination and becomes a ski instructor.
Premiered: Sep, 19 1997
Written By: John P. McCann
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Kale Mumphausen, Dani Douthette as Agnes
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: The mice become storm chasers in an effort to find and take control of a tornado. However, an unfriendly rival makes their task difficult by sabotaging their efforts at every turn.
Premiered: Sep, 20 1997
Written By: Earl Kress, Charles M. Howell IV., Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard, Jed Spingarn
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Brain analyzes the shortcomings of famous past and present world leaders in song.
Premiered: Sep, 20 1997
Written By: Jed Spingarn
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Sarah, Jeff Glen Bennett as Jakob
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice pretend to be members of a group of people wary of technology to gain access to a mine containing large amounts of a mineral that gives people a sneezing fit.
Premiered: Sep, 22 1997
Written By: Rich Fogel
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Mary Hartless, Frank Welker as Fred Floppel, Jeff Glen Bennett as Christopher W.[alken], Townsend Coleman as FBI agent, Billy West as Anthony H.[opkins]
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: Brain invents a conspiracy theory to make the public believe some mysterious force is keeping him from power.
Premiered: Sep, 26 1997
Written By: Tom Minton
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Old Woman, John Astin as Grover Whalen, Dorian Harewood as Bojangles
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain uses tap shoes to tap out in Morse code out a subliminal world domination message.
Premiered: Sep, 26 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Gail Matthius as Wendy, Michael McKean as Ponytail, Peter Scolari as Weird Guy
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: When Brain is unable to come up with an original plan for world domination, he solicits ideas from screenwriters in the hope he can use some as his own.
Premiered: Sep, 27 1997
Written By: Charles M. Howell IV., Earl Kress, Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Frank Welker as Maurice, Lauren Tom as Shopper, Mark Hamill as Jimmy Jo Jr.
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain buys a farm to grow huge living vegetables to terrorize the populace into submission.
Premiered: Sep, 29 1997
Written By: Norm McCabe
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice and the clones they have dreamed up put on a dance revue.
Premiered: Sep, 29 1997
Written By: Rich Fogel, Earl Kress, Charles M. Howell IV.
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Elsa Kitsch, Jeff Glen Bennett as Fabrizio Ditzo, Laraine Newman as Giselle
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: When Brain achieves fame as a fashion designer, he uses his fame to push his new perfume, Subjigation.
Premiered: Oct, 4 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Mike Milo
Voice Actors: Billy West as Regis
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: A machine that changes personalities gives Pinky a charisma no one can resist.
Premiered: Oct, 4 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Mike Milo
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as First Lady, Frank Welker as Mr. President
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice attempt to join an ultra secret society of world leaders to gain access to their vault and its closely guarded secrets.
Premiered: Oct, 10 1997
Written By: Jed Spingarn
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Eisenhower, Pamela Hayden as Dawn, Levar Burton as Murray, Scott Valentine as Spike
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: The mice become part of a television show that chronicles the relationship between its participants.
Premiered: Oct, 11 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Bernie, Jess Harnell as Fred Spinatra, Jeff Glen Bennett as Tom Caljones, Billy West as Dean
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain becomes a lounge singer in an effort to save his newly built Las Vegas casino from foreclosure.
Premiered: Oct, 19 1997
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Greta, Garry Marshall as Mr. Itch, Billy West as Receptionist, John Tesh as Himself, Roddy McDowall as Snowball
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: In this take on The Devil and Daniel Webster, Pinky sells his soul so Brain can become ruler of the world and it's up to Brain to get it back.
Premiered: Nov, 2 1997
Written By: Brett Baer, David Finkel, Earl Kress
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Sticky, Roger Rose as Hippie, Jeff Glen Bennett as Howie, Darren Burrows as Crowfeather
Animation Studio: Akom
Plot Summary: Brain pretends to be a hippie leader in order to form a peace chain.

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