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Pinky and the Brain Lab Notes

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Premiered: May, 9 1998
Written By: Bill Canterbury, Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: To help Brain get out of the duldrums, Pinky sings about the joys of saying 'narf'.
Premiered: May, 16 1998
Written By: Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Mike Milo
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: We see one of Brain's attempts at world domination from Pinky's point of view.
Premiered: May, 16 1998
Written By: Liz Holzman
Directed By: Mike Milo
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice sing about Brain's mission in life.
Premiered: May, 16 1998
Written By: Bill Braunstein, Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Mike Milo
Voice Actors: Tress MacNeille as Julie Green, Townsend Coleman as Bryce Wallace
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Brain builds a celebrity-friendly restaurant to help popularize his special brand of pizza containing an intelligence boosting drug.
Premiered: Sep, 14 1998
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Tom Bodett as Himself, Andrea Romano as Herself, Frank Welker as Mr. President, Tress MacNeille as First Lady, Townsend Coleman as Bobby Bob Yokel, Larry Cedar as Fedora
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: In part one of three, a new dance craze called the Schmëerskåhøvên is sweeping America while also dumbing down its participants. To combat the rapid dumbing down of America, a White House conference is called to find solutions to this problem. The mice attend this conference after Brain was accidently invited, but are kicked out after the First Lady realizes the mistake. The mice then pursue a clown that stole the speech Brain was planning to give into the Washington Monument where they are sedated and captured. After Brain's mind is erased, the mice are imprisoned in strange and mysterious place where everyone is identified by the hat they wear and where everyone must perform the Schëerskåhøvên. To be continued...
Premiered: Sep, 15 1998
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Kirk Tingblad
Voice Actors: Roddy McDowall as Snowball, Frank Welker as Mr. President, Tress MacNeille as First Lady, Townsend Coleman as Bobby Bob Yokel, Cree Summer as Receptionist, Corey Burton as Strawboater
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: In part two of three, the mice manage to escape "the land of hats" and Brain regains his memory, but not before finding out that the Schmëerskåhøvên is responsible for the stupification of the world. Concluding Snowball must be the culprit, the mice track him down, only to discover he is an inmate in his own mental institution. The mice attempt to get Snowball out, only to end up joining him as inmates. To be continued...
Premiered: Sep, 16 1998
Written By: Wendell Morris, Tom Sheppard
Directed By: Russell Calabrese
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Dr. Mordough, Roddy McDowall as Snowball, Tress MacNeille as First Lady, Townsend Coleman as Bobby Bob Yokel, Nora Dunn as Precious
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: The mice and Snowball manage to escape from the mental institution, and head off to confront the next prime suspect, Dr. Mordough, the one responsible for splicing their genes. But to their suprise, it turns out Dr. Mordough has been stupified, and the culprit is really his cat Precious. They must stop her and her planned world-wide group Schmëerskåhøvên, before the world's population is permanently stupified.
Premiered: Sep, 21 1998
Written By: Charles M. Howell IV., Earl Kress, John Ludin
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Scientist #2, Diane Michelle as Mousey Galore
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain gets himself and Pinky sent to Russia so he can genetically alter caviar with a fish mutating capsule. However, a Russian lab mouse complicates his plans when she takes off with the car containing the capsule forcing Brain to chase after her.
Premiered: Sep, 21 1998
Written By: Earl Kress
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Julie Bernstein as Singer #2, Steve Bernstein as Singer #3
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Based on the "Hickory Dickory Dock" nursery rhyme, Brain perfects a device that causes all of the world's clocks to continuosly chime and drive everyone crazy.
Premiered: Sep, 21 1998
Written By: Jed Spingarn, Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Charles Visser
Voice Actors: Jeff Glen Bennett as Leonard Sheldon, Paul Rugg as Mr. Director, Billy West as Earl Wendell, Ed McMahon as Himself, Gavin McLeod as Himself, Steve Allen as Himself, Dr. Joyce Brothers as Himself, Dick Clark as Himself
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: Brain puts on a fake reunion special to gain a large audience so he then use a hypnobeam on them.
Premiered: Sep, 28 1998
Written By: Charles M. Howell IV., Earl Kress, Jed Spingarn
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Brian Stokes Mitchell as Big Jimmy Fruithead, Frank Welker as Dirt Townsmen, Tress MacNeille as Townswoman, Steve Bernstein as Chorus Member #3
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: Brain uses a computer to generate a legend that portrays him as a great American hero.
Premiered: Sep, 28 1998
Written By: Gordon Bressack
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors:
Animation Studio: Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
Plot Summary: One version of how the mice came to be at Acme Labs.
Premiered: Nov, 14 1998
Written By: Liz Holzman, Charles M. Howell IV., Tom Ruegger
Directed By: Nelson Recinos
Voice Actors: Rob Paulsen as 3-Pinky-O, Mauruce LaMarche as Brain-2-Me-2, Jess Harnell as Wakk Skylicker, Tress MacNeille as Princess Dot, John Mariano as Bobby, Chick Vennera as Pesto, Frank Welker as Girth Plotz, Chewbooboo, Sherri Stoner as Slappy Wanna Nappy, Nathan Ruegger as Skippoda, Nancy Cartwright as Mindy, Julie Brown as Minerva Mink
Animation Studio: Wang
Plot Summary: In the series finale, the mice plus the rest of the Animaniacs characters spoof the Star Wars trilogy.

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