The Real Life
|Premiered:||October 10, 1997|
|Written by:||Jed Spingarn|
|Directed by:||Kirk Tingblad|
|Extra Voices:||Tress MacNeille as Eisenhower
Pamela Hayden as Dawn
Levar Burton as Murray
Scott Valentine as Spike
The mice become part of a television show that chronicles the relationship between its participants.
Brain's World Domination Plans
- "I hold in my hand the only remaining [record] of radio host Rush Limbaugh's failed singing career in the 1970s. ... The contents of this record are extremely dangerous. ... It'll experience it's full impact only when we arrive in Cleveland. The heart of residential Cleveland ... is where , according to my research, the optimal electromagnetic field currently hovers. There I will construct a giant FM antenna, to broadcast Rush Limbaugh's acapella version of "Dream Weaver" throughout the planet 24 hours a day. ... I'll be driving them to the brink of insanity, thereby providing myself the time I need to take over the world! [After arriving in Cleveland...] Now we shall join the cast of 'The Real Life' blending in amongst an artificially assembled household full of pesky misfits and wannabees. ... We'll be using them as stepping stones in my ruthless quest to satisfy my bloodlust for power."
Brain's Tools For World Domination
- A record album from the 1970s containing songs by Rush Limbaugh.
- Joining the cast of "The Real Life".
- I found a "goof" in the PATB episode "The Real Life". In the scene where they are at the club where Murray is playing, when Spike says Brain is diving into the mosh pit, he has four rings on his left ear. But when Heidi says, "The people are liking Brain so much," Spike has two rings on his left ear. (diogo)