[[caption-width-right:240:[[ComicallyMissingThePoint Yes, just *look* at that hair.]]]]

->''[[OldShame Let's see if you can tell what's wrong with this picture...]]''

Following the success of Creator/CartoonNetwork's two-hour [[NetworkDecay live-action]]/animation original MadeForTVMovie ''Re-Animated'' comes ''Out of Jimmy's Head''. The story continues directly from the film with Jimmy Roberts, who's received a brain transplant after a train collision at the famous Gollyworld theme park ([[FridgeLogic and somehow is not only fully functional, but has grown back his long, shaggy hair almost immediately thereafter]]). Jimmy ends up receiving the frozen brain of famous cartoonist [[MrAltDisney Milt Appleday]], which leads to Jimmy being able to see all of Milt's cartoon characters in the real world - Golly Gopher, his girlfriend Dolly Gopher, Crocco, Tux the Penguin and Pickles and Prickles. Milt's son and dastardly evil resident villain, Sonny Appleday, wants his father's brain so he can create cartoons like his father.

Jimmy's family have allowed Sonny to take up residence under the impression that he's a college student, so now he plots effortlessly to nab Jimmy's brain with a bunch of "evil" schemes. The family itself consists of a middle school principal for a dad, an astronaut for a mother, and an alien sister. Jimmy is best friends with Craig, who effortlessly tries to be part of the cool crowd, and crushes on his best friend's sister Robin, an obedient overachiever.

The series itself lasted for only two seasons; some believe it was due to the Writer's Strike of 2007, but all of the episodes were finished by then. The producers only wanted to make twenty episodes of the series in the first place, as well (so they claim anyway). Ratings and critical reception of the show were mediocre, partly due to viewers being skeptical of having live action shows on an animation channel, among other things. Despite this, the show may have influenced Cartoon Network to gain more live-action shows like ''Series/LevelUp''. However, today it remains one of Cartoon Network's most infamously worst-received original programs, and has been routinely mocked as the live-action trend continued in its wake.

[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_4Wm96g7h4 See it]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AV7Wjx_gwY here.]]

!!The movie, ''Re-Animated'', contains examples of:

* AdultChild: Jimmy's dad, full stop. He's too pre-occupied eating sugary cereal and laughing at cartoons to remember to finish getting dressed or to take his son to school.
* AnthropomorphicFood: Pickles.
* ArtMajorBiology: Jimmy retains all his personality traits because the doctors were able to save his "personality gland".
** [[FridgeLogic But that doesn't explain how he retains his old memories or how he doesn't have any of Milt's memories.]]
* BrainInAJar: Lucky they had one lying around right when the kid needed a BrainTransplant.
* BrokenAesop: In the movie, Jimmy is portrayed as being selfish and unfaithful to his friends when he spends more time with his cartooning career than with Craig. All well and good, but nobody seemed to care that [[{{Jerkass}} Craig was pretty much treating Jimmy like dirt throughout the story, and constantly using him as a lackey so he could get in with the popular kids.]]
* CementShoes: Prickles and Pickles do this to Jimmy to stop him from giving up his seat to a rude classmate.
* DealWithTheDevil: The plot gets set in motion after Jimmy agrees to letting the toons help him stick up for himself, in return for making them famous again.
* ExtremeDoormat: Jimmy at the start, the purpose of the movie was to show him breaking out of this.
--> '''Tux:''' Wow, Jimmy, you should change your name to "Matt". Because you're getting walked all over!
* FountainTears: Dolly floods Jimmy's kitchen this way upon coming to the conclusion he hates her.
* HairReboot: Despite having brain surgery, Jimmy's hair is perfectly intact.
* IllogicalSafe: The toons introduce themselves after jumping out of a safe [[AnvilOnHead that crashed on Jimmy's head.]]
* InspiredBy: The whole "brain hidden in the theme park" thing was based on an almost forgotten rumor which involved Creator/WaltDisney's brain being taken out after he died and hidden in the Matterhorn at Disney World.
* {{Jerkass}}: Both [[ItsAllAboutMe Craig and Golly]] start out like this. [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold They get better later]].
* NegativeContinuity: There's an interesting bit of information one of the producers gives out on the commentary of the DVD. The cartoons only exist in Jimmy's mind and therefore cannot manipulate or touch objects. This is apparently forgotten in the series. See NotSoImaginaryFriend below.
* NiceCharacterMeanActor: AnimatedActor Golly fits this.
* {{Narcissist}}: Milt Appleday:
--> '''Milt Robot''': Hiya, kids! I'm Milt Appleday, ''the greatest man who ever lived!''
* RescueRomance/ ChainedToARailway: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgnpCRIhQsk Happens both in animated form with Golly and Dolly at the beginning of the film]], and later done near the end with Jimmy and Robin.
* ShoutOut: During the first minutes of the movie, Logan can be seen playing a UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance in class.
* SimpletonVoice: Crocco
* SynchroVox: Used briefly. Overlaps with in-universe SpecialEffectsFailure when we see the [[TotallyRadical ''Golly Raps'']] cartoon that Sonny created.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Lampshaded. Jimmy at first mistakes Dolly for a second Golly before he notices her bow.
* YouFailBiologyForever: Let's just say that a brain transplant is not only possible but can also be performed by just any doctor. After his entire brain has been removed from his noggin and replaced with a completely different brain, Jimmy retains his memories, his personality, his motor skills, and his sanity (well, most of it). For this to be even remotely possible, this donor would have to be exactly like Jimmy in every way except for hallucinating cartoon characters.
** {{Hand Wave}}d in intentionally implausible fashion by claiming they managed to save his memory and personality glands.
* WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief: A kid gets a brain transplant and ends up seeing cartoons in his head, and he apparently doesn't ''at least'' get some serious psychiatric treatment?
* WouldHurtAChild: Sonny has no problem decapitating or running a 12 year old over with a train.

!!The show contains examples of:

* ArtShift: A few episodes had Jimmy completely going into the cartoon world briefly to solve a problem.
* AwardBaitSong: Parodied during a skating lesson in the cartoon world in the episode "Skate Night," [[VocalDissonance turns out Crocco was singing it.]]
* BlackBestFriend: See RaceLift below.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Jimmy's parents.
* CompanionCube: Mittens, the bag of cash.
* CutLexLuthorACheck: Despite being a MadScientist, Sonny evidently needs his father's brain to take over the world rather than simply use his other inventions.
* DerangedAnimation: Thanks to the cartoons' redesigns for the series, some of their movements and expressions can look [[OffModel downright strange at times.]]
* EarlyBirdCameo: Golly first briefly appeared in a Film/SpaceJam-inspired poster in the TV movie [[WesternAnimation/FostersHomeforImaginaryFriends Good Wilt Hunting]]
* [[strike:Eighties]] [[EightiesHair Aughties Hair]]: Jimmy. Justified since kids actually have hair like that.
* ElephantInTheLivingRoom: The fact that Yancey is an alien is rarely brought up by anyone other than herself.
* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: Tux.
* FreakyFridayFlip: One of many Sonny's insane plots. As a result, he gets to switch with Jimmy's body, Robin is switched with her piano teacher, and Jimmy's dad trades places with a parakeet.
* IncrediblyLamePun: Tux's speciality.
* LaughTrack: In reruns. Initial broadcasts lacked them.
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: All the characters Jimmy sees are parodies of the classic [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] characters. Golly and Dolly Gopher are Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Crocco the Alligator is Goofy, Tux is perhaps supposed to be Donald Duck, and Prickles and Pickles are... WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry, maybe?
** Which is bizarre because Cartoon Network owns the last two. It was probably done for consistency(there's also the fact that T&J are MGM).
* MadScientist: Sonny Appleday, Milt Appleday's evil son.
* MrAltDisney: Milt Appleday, Sonny's father.
* NonindicativeName: Crocco is actually an alligator.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: Even though WordOfGod says the toons can't interact with the world outside of Jimmy's imagination, several times they do, such as in "Detention", Golly digs a tunnel to help the kids escape school and "Sleepover" where Crocco bites Yancey's arm and [[SlapstickKnowsNoGender Dolly gets brutally trampled by a crowd.]]
* OnlySaneMan: Yancey
* OurWerewolvesAreDifferent: Yancey dates one who isn't that aggressive (or frightening) as werewolf lore states.
* ProducePelting: The usual response to Tux's [[IncrediblyLamePun jokes]].
* RaceLift: Craig and Robin were changed from Asian to African-American.
** Specifically, from Japanese-played-by-Chinese.
* RogerRabbitEffect
* RubberForeheadAliens: Yancey, who is green and has antennae.
* ShoutOut: It lasted long enough in Canada to have an episode that has Golly briefly appearing with his own [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Lagann]] unit.
* SmallAnnoyingCreature: Golly and, to a lesser extent, the other toons.
* TomboyishName: Yancey, an AlwaysMale name. Also she's a space alien.
** It was probably a (poor) attempt at making an alien version of the name Nancey.
* TooDumbToLive: Basically everyone except the [[OnlySaneMan only sane people]] Jimmy and Yancy.
--> '''Sonny''': "Never buy a monitor from a fruit stand."
* ToonTown: The world inside Milt Appleday's childhood drawings, as seen in the HalloweenSpecial.
* ToothyBird: Tux has teeth in this series but not in the movie.
* WidgetSeries: You could probably count the content in this show that actually makes sense on one hand.
* WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief: Even worse than the movie; all that was mentioned for this trope above is still the case, plus the main character has an alien sister. There's also the [[CasualInterstellarTravel casual lunar travel]].