History Trivia / Animaniacs

24th Dec '15 8:53:02 PM Doug86
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: It was this to KidsWB when it [[ChannelHop channel-hopped]]. ** TheHub adored this show more than KidsWB ever did. They aired promos for it during every program on the channel including Animaniacs itself, and had constant marathons of the show whenever a holiday was near, and had ones for Christmas, Martin Luther King Day, Super Bowl Sunday, and even President's Day. Not only that, the show at one point aired for three hours on weekdays. They even got Rob Paulsen (Yakko) Jess Harnell (Wakko) and Tress [=MacNeille=] (Dot) to record new spots, in character, for the show's reruns. Due to this, it gained a new generation of child fans, and parents who watched the channel say that their kids loved it even more than ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Unfortunately, after TheHub was turned into Discovery Family, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the series was one of the few that was completely removed from the channel]]. ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is still on the network, but who knows for how long?
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: It was this to KidsWB Creator/KidsWB when it [[ChannelHop channel-hopped]]. ** TheHub adored this show more than KidsWB Creator/KidsWB ever did. They aired promos for it during every program on the channel including Animaniacs itself, and had constant marathons of the show whenever a holiday was near, and had ones for Christmas, Martin Luther King Day, Super Bowl Sunday, and even President's Day. Not only that, the show at one point aired for three hours on weekdays. They even got Rob Paulsen (Yakko) Jess Harnell (Wakko) and Tress [=MacNeille=] (Dot) to record new spots, in character, for the show's reruns. Due to this, it gained a new generation of child fans, and parents who watched the channel say that their kids loved it even more than ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Unfortunately, after TheHub was turned into Discovery Family, [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the series was one of the few that was completely removed from the channel]]. ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' is still on the network, but who knows for how long?

* ChannelHop: From FOXKids to KidsWB when it was first-run. In reruns, the show jumped from Cartoon Network to Nickelodeon to Nicktoons TV to The Hub.
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* ChannelHop: From FOXKids Creator/FOXKids to KidsWB Creator/KidsWB when it was first-run. In reruns, the show jumped from Cartoon Network to Nickelodeon to Nicktoons TV to The Hub.
4th Dec '15 7:27:17 AM BugsFan17
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** Creator/KennethMars (King Triton in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Franz Liebkind in ''Film/TheProducers'') is Ludwig Van Beethoven, "world-famous composer und [[AccidentalInnuendo PEE-yi-nist!]]"
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** Creator/KennethMars Kenneth Mars (King Triton in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Franz Liebkind in ''Film/TheProducers'') is Ludwig Van Beethoven, "world-famous composer und [[AccidentalInnuendo PEE-yi-nist!]]"
4th Dec '15 7:26:59 AM BugsFan17
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** Creator/Kenneth Mars (King Triton in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Franz Liebkind in ''Film/TheProducers'') is Ludwig Van Beethoven, "world-famous composer und [[AccidentalInnuendo PEE-yi-nist!]]"
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** Creator/Kenneth Mars Creator/KennethMars (King Triton in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Franz Liebkind in ''Film/TheProducers'') is Ludwig Van Beethoven, "world-famous composer und [[AccidentalInnuendo PEE-yi-nist!]]"
4th Dec '15 7:26:29 AM BugsFan17
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** Creator/Kenneth Mars (King Triton in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' and Franz Liebkind in ''Film/TheProducers'') is Ludwig Van Beethoven, "world-famous composer und [[AccidentalInnuendo PEE-yi-nist!]]"
17th Oct '15 5:27:51 PM plcthecd
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes. Jokes referencing movies, TV Shows, and songs such as ''Film/{{Speed}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}},'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', and the [[OneHitWonder Macarena]] didn't exactly aged well. The episode parodying American Gladiators was particularly bad about this, due to airing only a few months before the actual show was cancelled. The ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' parody was another noteworthy example, airing five years after the movie had come out.
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes. Jokes referencing movies, TV Shows, and songs at the time such as ''Film/{{Speed}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}},'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', and the [[OneHitWonder Macarena]] didn't exactly aged well. The episode parodying American Gladiators was particularly bad about this, due to airing only a few months before the actual show was cancelled. The ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' parody was another noteworthy example, airing five years after the movie had come out.
17th Oct '15 5:27:26 PM plcthecd
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes. Examples such as ''Film/{{Speed}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}},'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', and the [[OneHitWonder Macarena]] haven't exactly aged well. The episode parodying American Gladiators was particularly bad about this, due to airing only a few months before the actual show was cancelled. The ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' parody was another noteworthy example, airing five years after the movie had come out.
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes. Examples Jokes referencing movies, TV Shows, and songs such as ''Film/{{Speed}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}},'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', and the [[OneHitWonder Macarena]] haven't didn't exactly aged well. The episode parodying American Gladiators was particularly bad about this, due to airing only a few months before the actual show was cancelled. The ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' parody was another noteworthy example, airing five years after the movie had come out.
17th Oct '15 5:26:07 PM plcthecd
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes.
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes. Examples such as ''Film/{{Speed}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}},'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'', and the [[OneHitWonder Macarena]] haven't exactly aged well. The episode parodying American Gladiators was particularly bad about this, due to airing only a few months before the actual show was cancelled. The ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' parody was another noteworthy example, airing five years after the movie had come out.
2nd Oct '15 1:03:33 PM Looneygamemaster
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* NonSingingVoice: JeffBennett filled in for John Mariano on the very few occasions Bobby sang.
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* NonSingingVoice: JeffBennett filled in for John Mariano on the very few occasions Bobby sang. [[note]]With the exception of the very brief [[WestSideStory "Coo"]] segment.[[/note]]
8th Jul '15 5:46:58 PM Looneygamemaster
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* MissingEpisode: Episode #55 has a chase scene bumper that's missing from the [=DVDs=] as well as reruns on TheHub.
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* MissingEpisode: Episode #55 has a chase scene bumper that's missing from the [=DVDs=] as well as reruns on TheHub. It is, however, on digital releases.

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* MissingEpisode: Episode #55 has a chase scene bumper that's missing from NonSingingVoice: JeffBennett filled in for John Mariano on the [=DVDs=] as well as reruns on TheHub.very few occasions Bobby sang.
17th Jun '15 1:51:57 AM MisterCPC
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year.
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Less so than other '90s shows, but the 1994 episode "Baloney & Kids" includes ''two'' separate references to the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding altercation from earlier that year. Moreso for the Kids' WB episodes, due to it being much heavier on the 90's pop culture references then the earlier episodes.
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