* Two AnimatedSeries from Creator/{{Disney}}, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'', have punny series titles ''and'' plenty of punny episode titles.
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'', anyone? Chances are, for example, if Bugs Bunny is in it, the toon's title will often make a pun with the word "hare", "rabbit" or "bunny". Famous titles include ''Hare Trigger'', ''Rabbit Fire'' or ''Ali Baba Bunny''.
** Same for [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Road Runner]] shorts, which usually have titles that're puns involving either the Road Runner's superspeed (or uttering of "Beep! Beep!") or Wile E. Coyote's tendency to get maimed (''Fast and Furry-ous'', ''Zoom At the Top'', ''Wild About Hurry'', ''To Beep or Not To Beep'', ''Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z'', ''Boulder Wham!'', ''Scrambled Aches'').
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' is also fond of punny titles. One of which, "Dying for Pie", averts NeverSayDie in a major way.
** Most other studios in TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation employed these at least occasionally, as well.
* From Sunbow's ''WesternAnimation/GIJoe'' cartoon, we have "The Viper Is Coming". Which is 20 minutes of dreadful setup for the horrible pun: the "Viper" in question is a foreignese-accented "Vindow Viper".
* ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' = Tasmania.
* The king of Western animation pun-titles is likely the Jay Ward shows, particularly ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''. Each R&B story ended in a cliffhanger ending, with the narrator giving two possible episode titles, both of them usually puns. Example (when Rocky's strapped to a runaway missile): "'The Squirrel Next Door', or 'High, Neighbor'!"
* Especially in later seasons, most of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode titles are puns such as "Mobile Homer", "Moaning Lisa", or "The Bart of War."
** The ''Mona Lisa'', in fact, is one of the most frequent target of parodied episode titles; there have been at least three episodes whose titles use that pun, while the others are a more diverse - the only other recurring theme is " vs. ".
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has a few, like "The Stare Master" (a pun on the [=StairMaster=] exercise device), "Griffon The Brush-Off" ("Given the Brush-off"), "Owl's Well That Ends Well" (All's well that ends well) and "Lesson Zero" (less than zero).
** There's also "Magical Mystery Cure" (''[[Music/TheBeatles Magical Mystery Tour]]''), "The Ticket Master" (Ticketmaster), "Boast Busters" (''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''), "Look Before You Sleep" ("Look before you leap"), "Feeling Pinkie Keen" ("Feeling peachy keen"), "A Friend in Deed" ("A friend indeed"), "Castle Mane-ia" (''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''), "Filli Vanilli" (Music/MilliVanilli), and "Secret of My Excess" (''The Secret of My Success'').
* The 1973/74 ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'' episode "The Shamon U". The title device was a U-shaped giant gold-attracting magnet owned by the {{villain}}. Its title was a pun based on the phrase "Shame on you".
* "Around the world / Together we're ''WesternAnimation/JustinTime''!"
* ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' had quite a bit of this. Notable examples include "Plant-Form of the Opera" (''ThePhantomOfTheOpera'') and "Basic Training" (the episode took place on a train).
* ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' were well-known for their punny titles. For example, FGB had "Mummy Dearest" (''Literature/MommieDearest''); RGB had "A Fright at the Opera" (punning on a Creator/MarxBrothers movie and a Music/{{Queen}} album). However, they ''shared'' a pun by having one episode each called "Rollerghoster!".
* ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010'' tends to use these fairly often. Examples include "Prince and the Pupper", "Mutternal Instincts", and, perhaps slightly less groan-worthy, the HalloweenEpisode "Nightmare on Pound Street".
* Most of the episodes of ''WesternAnimation/MrBogus'' had episode titles that were puns on phrases or movie titles. These included "[[Recap/MrBogusS1E4EtTuBrattus Et Tu, Brattus?]]" ("Et tu, Brute?"), "[[Recap/MrBogusS1E5ShopAroundTheClock Shop Around the Clock]]" ("Rock Around the Clock") and "[[Recap/MrBogusS1E8NoSnoozeIsGoodNews No Snooze Is Good News]]" ("No news is good news").
* All over the place in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', but for sheer {{Feghoot}}erifficity the prize has to go to the FountainOfYouth episode where Leela, having met her birth parents in a previous episode, takes the opportunity of being a teenager to try and have a normal childhood: "[[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles]]".
* Aside from the obvious PunnyName of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', there's also the episodes "Tourist Trapped", "Headhunters", "The Hand That Rocks The Mabel", "Double Dipper", "Irrational Treasure", "Little Dipper", "Carpet Diem", and "The Land Before Swine". And that's just the first season...
** When [[MetaGuy Soos]] tells a story in "Bottomless Pit!", he averts and lampshades this trope with his story: [[LongTitle "Soos' Really Great Pinball Story: Is That A Good Title? Do They Have to Be Like Puns or Whatever?"]]
* Pun-based show title: ''KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects''.
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