[[caption-width-right:250: "Nothing's gonna stop us, nothing's gonna stop us, nothing's gonna stop us now!"]]

->''"All I wanna do is the thing I love... Doesn't everyone?"''
-->-- '''Danny'''

''Cats Don't Dance'' is a 1997 film, and one of only two made by Turner Entertainment's animation unit before Creator/WarnerBros took over (the other being ''WesternAnimation/ThePagemaster''). The film was choreographed by Creator/GeneKelly, and the main character was based on him as well. Kelly died in 1996 mid-production.

The film takes place in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood in the year 1939, and the plot revolves around a singing and dancing cat named Danny, who dreams of being a big movie star. He gets a role in the latest movie starring [[TastesLikeDiabetes sickeningly adorable]] child star [[MeaningfulName Darla]] [[Creator/ShirleyTemple Dimple]], only to find out the hard way that [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything animals in Hollywood only get minor, stereotypical roles]]. Determined to show Hollywood their talent, Danny rounds up some of his newfound friends, and tries to find a way to impress the studio exec producing the film. When Darla finds out about this, she starts to show her true nature, and decides to sabotage the animals' plans, so they don't steal her spotlight.

This movie contains many {{Shout Out}}s to classic films, most notably ''Film/SinginInTheRain'' and ''Film/SunsetBoulevard''. Although it was underpromoted and it underperformed at the box office, it was critically acclaimed and still has a loyal following to this day (particularly among the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom).
!!''Cats Don't Dance'' contains examples of:

* AccidentalMisnaming: "Donald? Dino?"
* AccidentalPublicConfession: Darla's very loud statement about [[spoiler:causing the soundstage's flooding]]. She doesn't notice a microphone is hanging right above her until it's too late.
* AdrenalineMakeover: Pudge and his electrified hairdo.
* AluminumChristmasTrees: Woolie's peanut tea sounds like something that couldn't possibly exist, let alone taste "splendid", but it's actually a thing in Israel.
* AlmostKiss: Danny and Sawyer.
* AmbiguouslyGay: King Kong. Don't get him started.
* AngelFaceDemonFace: Darla could turn this off and on at will, going from adorable moppet to demon child.
%%* AnimatedMusical
* ArmorPiercingQuestion: When the other animals tell Danny how much Hollywood sucks for them, Danny counters with "Then why are you still here?" (see Rousing Speech).
* ArmorPiercingResponse: Danny to Sawyer when Sawyer becomes cynical again. His response leaves her stunned and saddened.
--> '''Sawyer:''' You're dreaming, Danny!\\
'''Danny:''' Maybe I am. But so were you, just a few minutes ago.\\
''(Sawyer becomes stunned, then saddened as she leaves.)''
* AwardBaitSong: "I Do Believe". However, due to being buried deep in the end credits (after they've been rolling for a couple minutes, and after a long stretch of reprise-less instrumental music), it tends to be forgotten among the rest of the movie's songs.
* BackBlocking: Wooly the Mammoth does this when he hands the dizzy Danny and Pudge his peanut tea.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Most of the animal characters.
* BatmanGambit: Danny pulls off a rather impressive one with the final dance number. NiceGuy that he is, he sets it up so that, if Darla had gracefully sat back and let the song play, she'd come off smelling like a rose, her reputation further enforced. ''But'' by this point he's fully aware of the likelihood of that happening and has obviously coached his friends to just run with whatever cheating she pulls off. He even takes a very brief moment to shove it in her face after her first couple attempts fail.
* BattleButler: Darla's butler, Max.
%%* BetaCouple: Frances and Cranston.
* BigElectricSwitch: ''[[http://i48.tinypic.com/2jd46ma.jpg Grand-Daddy of All Switches]]''.
* BreakTheCutie: [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Picture_48_copy_3014.jpg Danny]], who formerly provided the page picture. On the left, bus ride coming in. On the right, bus ride going out.
* {{Butlerspace}}: At one point, Darla's butler Max does this when he suddenly appears holding the door open, even though he was in a different room a few seconds ago. Lampshaded by Danny, who looks back at the room where Max previously was, clearly confused.
%%* CatsAreMean: {{Averted}}.
* CatStereotype: Danny (an orange male cat) and Sawyer (a white female cat). Sawyer has orange eyes unlike the white cat stereotype, however.
* CheshireCatGrin: Darla, at the very end of "Big And Loud (Part 2)", [[http://yfrog.com/n5scarydarladimplep gives a blink-and-you'll-miss-it smile]] that's somewhere between this, SlasherSmile and PsychoticSmirk. And when she's scheming:
-->'''Darla:''' Max, invite that cat...to teaaaaaa... [''iris out on huge, [[SlasherSmile disturbing]] grin'']
* TheChessmaster: Darla sets up a very good BatmanGambit against Danny and the other animals despite there being no way she's any older than 10. [[spoiler:At least she ''looks'' that young. Keep an eye out for the cigarettes she's using to stunt her growth. See also [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed No Celebrities Were Harmed]], below.]]
* ClimacticMusic: "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now"
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: After the animals are blamed for flooding the studio, we have this:
-->'''L.B. Mammoth:''' You animals will never... ''(goes underwater)''
-->'''Flannigan:''' ...nibble kibble in this town again!
-->'''Tillie:''' I think they liked it!
* CreditsBrandProducts: The opening credits appear on various signs within the movie.
* CreepyJazzMusic: The DarkReprise of "Big and Loud" mainly consists of OminousPipeOrgan and choir, but there are a few parts where the brass parts from the first part of the song returns, only in a minor key.
* CruelToBeKind: Being skeptical at first, Sawyer does so to Danny by saying he should've stayed in Kokomo instead of coming to Hollywood. It's mainly to stop Danny from suffering the same heartbreak of having his dreams broken.
* CurseCutShort: A particular noticeable one in the beginning is also a ShoutOut to ''GoneWithTheWind''.
-->'''Sawyer:''' Frankly, Clark, I don't give a--\\
'''Clark:''' (Whining) Sawyer!
* DanceOff: NaiveNewcomer Danny and IceQueen Sawyer conduct one of these during an impromptu talent show near Mammoth Studios, complete with TrashCanBand. Tillie's hip toss sends Sawyer reeling into the spotlight, where she takes a few blithe steps and poses. "Not bad," sasses Danny, "A little rusty, but hey, who's perfect?" Sawyer sasses back, "Rusty? I'll give you rusty." The two FunnyAnimal felines then take turns out-stepping each other, culminating in a pirouette and dip finale ... and an AlmostKiss.
* DarkReprise: "Big And Loud". Now in VillainSong flavor.
* DeadpanSnarker: [[CatsAreSnarkers Sawyer]], big time. [[GrumpyOldMan Cranston Goat]] also qualifies.
* DeathGlare: SoreLoser Darla, having lost her job, is last scene as a lowly janitor and giving one of these to the camera.
%%* DefrostingIceQueen: Sawyer.
* DerangedAnimation: Darla Dimple is the queen of this trope.
%%* {{Determinator}}: Danny.
* DialogueReversal:
-->"How does the kittycat go?"\\
"Very good."
* DidntThinkThisThrough: Darla gets the animals fired out of fear that they'll steal her spotlight. [[HoistByHerOwnPetard The animals making it to the premiere and getting a standing ovation, however...]]
* DisneyAcidSequence:
** ''See'' DarkReprise ''above''.
** "The Animal Jam".
* DisproportionateRetribution: Darla got the animals fired, just because she fears they'll steal her spotlight, and for Cranston's remark about L.B. Mammoth probably getting tired of Dimple and is looking for something new.
** Also, her reaction to Danny upstaging her at the first shooting. And that's saying something, because Danny's behavior ''was'' completely out of line and inconsiderate to everyone there.
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: See FantasticRacism
* TheDragon: Darla Dimple's butler, Max.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: Danny and company [[HappyEnding do get their big break]], though they have to go through a lot to get it. (Danny personally has to go through ''hell'').
* EpicFail: The audition Darla sets up for them with L.B. Mammoth. Not only does the whole town get flooded, but they drag L.B. himself behind them on the anchor and he ends up tied to the mast when the boat sinks. Nice audition.
%%* TheEveryman: Danny, who also crosses with TheGenericGuy.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: The villainous [[BigBad Darla Dimple]] puts a momentary stop on her EvilPlan to explain to Danny in song that audiences prefer a showstopper to a more quiet film production.
-->'''Danny:''' Sawyer could do a romantic ballad, and Woolie can even play a piano solo.\\
''Sound of dissonant piano chord. Darla displays a wide-eyed look of disbelief''\\
'''Darla:''' Did you hear that, Max? Woolie ''the elephant'' can even play a solo.
* EverythingsBetterWithPenguins: Pudge, the kid sidekick, is a penguin.
* FadeAroundTheEyes: Darla Dimple does this at the end of [[DarkReprise the second part of Big and Loud]]. Max turns on the electric thing clipped to her hair, and the machine produces smoke, which, along with the flashes of electricity, turn the entire screen black except for Darla's eyes, which then disappear, then flicker back onto the screen for a split second before finally disappearing for real.
* FantasticRacism: Humans towards animals. The whole movie can be interpreted as an allegory for the prejudice and marginalization African-American actors and singers faced in the 1930s and 40s in Hollywood. That said, [[spoiler: once Danny and friends do finally get the opportunity to demonstrate their talents, the human audience gives uproarious applause and the animals are catapulted to the stardom they wanted for so long.]]
* FatalFlaw: Darla would have gotten off [[KarmaHoudini scot-free]] in the end of it all if she had kept a handle on that temper of hers and simply let the animals have the spotlight.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** "I'm sure no one would mind if I just jazzed this up a bit." "Alright. Learn it the hard way."
** "[...] I'll make sure that LB sees your ''splashy'' debut."
* {{Funny Animal}}s: Many of the characters.
* GenkiGirl: Tilly the hippo seems to be the only animal actress who hasn't lost her pep after her dreams were shot down.
--> Oh, well: at least it's a part, huh?
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
-->'''Danny:''' Looks like we're gonna be the only two cats on the ark.\\
'''Sawyer:''' [[DeadpanSnarker So much for preserving the species]].
* GilliganCut:
-->'''Tilly:''' Well?\\
'''Sawyer:''' I can't do this.\\
'''Tilly:''' And?\\
'''Sawyer:''' I can't do this.\\
'''Tilly:''' So?\\
-->'''Sawyer:''' I can't ''believe'' I'm doing this...
* GoodTimesMontage: [[spoiler:The film ends with a montage of real-life movie posters starring the now-accepted animal actors.]]
* HeldGaze: Near the end of the Animal Jam sequence. Danny and Sawyer look deeply into each other's eyes, having an AlmostKiss, but Sawyer, discouraged that no matter how hard they try, no one in the movie industry with hire them, [[MomentKiller breaks the moment]].
* HeroicBSOD: Danny goes though one after he [[spoiler: unintentionally gets all of the animal actors kicked out of the studio]]. Hell, he doesn't even ''speak'' until his epiphany.
* HesBack: Danny. After Darla's manipulations get all the animals fired from Mammoth Studios, he gives up completely and decides to just get on the bus back to Kokomo. However, after listening to the bus driver's negative comments on how animals would never reach the top and seeing all of the other animals suffering on the streets, he quickly gets back his groove and gets off the bus, triumphantly declaring "See you in the movies!"
* HiddenDepths: The elephant is a talented pianist, the turtle is an action star, and the secretary can out-sing and out-dance anyone else in the cast (except Danny).
* HoistByHerOwnPetard:
** During the climax, Max tries to pull the balloon of Darla toward Danny to finish him only to realize [[spoiler:he pulled it right in front of a sharp part of the building]]. Cue an OhCrap as Danny gives an IronicEcho from earlier in the film and pops the balloon sending it and Max flying into the distance.
** Darla floods the stage to have the animals fired in the end. Naturally, this comes back to haunt her when [[spoiler:she reveals her evil deeds]].
* HollywoodHealing: When Danny first addresses the audience after his rooftop fight, he has a black eye. As he fixes his ruffled clothes, his black eye completely heals.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Danny trusting Darla to set up an audition with L.B. Mammoth. The other animals call him out on this after he got them fired.
-->'''Sawyer''' ''(shocked)'': ''She's'' your little angel?\\
'''Danny:''' She, she said she wanted to help.\\
'''Tilly:''' And you believed her?\\
'''Danny:''' I... I...\\
''(Sawyer walks away)''
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: Non-romantic: Darla and her butler Max.
* HumiliationConga: Every measure Darla takes to ruin the performance of Danny and friends at the end of the movie makes the show ten times better, ''and'' she injures herself horribly with each attempt. After getting electrocuted, tossed about and flattened, she tops it off with an unintentional public confession of her evil deeds, destroying her own career.
%%* IAmSong
* IdeaBulb: Max dutifully holds a little light bulb over Darla's head.
-->'''Max:''' [[SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud Ping!]]
* InnocentBigot: The bus driver.
* InterspeciesRomance: Implied between Cranston (a goat) and Frances (a fish).
* IronicEcho: Darla advises Danny to "make it big and loud" and [[SpringtimeForHitler through Darla's efforts]] "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" certainly ends up being big and loud. The DialogueReversal example listed above is also one.
* JabbaTableManners: When Darla pigs out on a huge pile of junk food -- [[AndADietCoke and one apple]] -- in her balcony box.
* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Danny and Pudge are dancing to some {{BGM}} when all of a sudden, Danny stops and wonders where that music is coming from. Turns out it's Wooly the Mammoth playing piano in his trailer across the street.
* LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy: Anthropomorphic animals interact with humans, but are considered a minority.
* LyricalDissonance: The first bit of Darla's ''Li'l Ark Angel'' song "My Little Boat on the Sea" is appropriately minor-key and matches its lyrics as it describes TheGreatFlood, but Darla's TastesLikeDiabetes cheerful performance of same matches neither. And then it's MoodWhiplash into the ''really'' cutesy-wootsy part.
-->Now the people they were so bad\\
That the Lord made the rain come down.\\
And he washed away the bad cities,\\
And he washed away the bad towns,\\
And all of the people drowned!\\
[''cherubic smile and cute pose while anguished silhouettes sink in the background'']
* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: {{Defied}} by Darla in the climax, who does everything she can to ''stop'' the animals from pulling one off. She fails, resulting in an InUniverse example that [[AwesomenessIsVolatile literally knocks the stunned, grinning audience's teeth out]] and catapults the animals to stardom.
* MassOhCrap: The audience after Darla accidentally exposes her true self over the microphone. L.B. Mammoth and Flannigan take it the hardest since they were the ones who fired the animals for the destruction to the studio. Hearing the truth really left them [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone dumbstruck and horrified]] of their actions.
* MisfortuneCookie: The turtle is a neurotic wreck, because [[CosmicPlaything every fortune cookie he's ever received]] contains one.
--> '''T.W.:''' M-my fortune cookie sez... "Give it up. Loser."
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: L.B. Mammoth and Flannigan's reaction when they realize that, yes, Darla flooded the stage towards the end of the film and by firing the animal actors, they've really messed up.
* NeverSayDie: Well...
--> '''Darla''': (''singing'') ... and all of the people drowned! (''grins charmingly'')
* NiceCharacterMeanActor: Darla.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Danny's attempt to get the animals' talent noticed allows Darla to make things much worse for them.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: HILARIOUSLY played with in the climax. Darla's attempts to stop the animal's performance result in one of the most spectacular auditions in all cinema history, complete with gunfire and spectacular light performances.
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: This is parodied in the end credits, with "No animals were harmed in the making of this film. Although, some were erased and had to be redrawn."
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed:
** Mammoth Studios, run by "L.B. Mammoth", is clearly MGM. Also, Darla's looks are obviously [[http://www.cdd4ever.com/Backlot03/CDDMSheets/DarlaMS01.gif based on]] [[http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/CLASS/130-127~Shirley-Temple-Posters.jpg Shirley Temple]] with some Jane Withers thrown in, and her first name is taken from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darla_Hood another child star]].
*** For a bonus, most of Darla's characterization is inspired by a Creator/ShirleyTemple rumor from back in the day... that instead of being a sweet little girl, she was really [[spoiler:a 30-year-old chain-smoking midget who hated children and animals]].
** Frances the fish's look and character is a reference to Norma Desmond from ''Film/SunsetBoulevard''. Max is an even more obvious lift from the same movie.
* NotSoStoic: During the Animal Jam song, Sawyer begins typing along to the beat, her color getting a bit brighter, and then enthusiastically returns the typing carriage to its original position, only to suddenly get hold of herself and straighten up. Also happens again just a few seconds later when she accidentally makes an emergency ladder slam to the ground... with her on it. Her fur puffs up and her claws extend while she makes a very amusing neurotic expression, eyes darting around, then immediately pretends nothing happened and composes herself. ''Typical cat''.
* OffscreenTeleportation: When Darla is escorting Danny out of her mansion after giving him the Big and Loud musical number, Max holds a door open for them. They walk down the hall a short way, and Max is waiting for them at the exit with Danny's hat, despite him never moving from the first door. Leads to a Funny Moment when Danny stops, stares at Max, turns his head to see if he's still holding the door, then turns back and stares ahead blankly with a befuddled expression as Darla hands him his hat. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRCGxQ27J3A Can be seen here at 4:18]]
* OhCrap:
** Max gets one in his last scene with Danny. See DialogueReversal.
** Darla gets one for her AccidentalPublicConfession.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Strongly implied that Darla is much older than she looks.
* OminousLatinChanting: Invoked with the original introduction of Max: it's not actually a chant, just dolorous vocalization, but his 'theme' is indeed ominous.
* OminousPipeOrgan: The DarkReprise of "Big and Loud" is dominated by scary pipe organ music as Darla reveals her true colors, singing about how she'll do whatever it takes to destroy Danny and keep him out of her spotlight.
* OpeningTheFloodgates: After giving a press conference on his upcoming film, studio honcho Mammoth opens the door to the sound stage, unaware that the FunnyAnimal performers are undergoing a deluge as part of TheVillain's effort to sabotage their careers. Since this is a cartoon, the water ignores the laws of fluid dynamics, flowing instead according to the RuleOfFunny. Mister Mammoth was most displeased.
* OppositesAttract: Here's a hint. They're both cats.
* PantyShot: Most of Darla's outfits.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The animals pairs in "Li'l Ark Angel" are in matching sailor suits, pink and blue. And that's the ''least'' cutesy thing about that picture.
* PresentCompanyExcluded:
-->'''Bus driver:''' ''(talking about the animals)'' What a bunch of noodle-heads! Well, I'm not calling ''you'' a noodle-head.\\
''(An annoyed Danny glares at him.)''
* PretentiousLatinMotto: Mammoth Pictures' "Optimum est Maximum"; which translates to "Bigger is Better". Bonus points for being MGM's motto.
* RealityEnsues: While yes, there ''is'' a huge amount of FantasticRacism involved at the studio, Danny is dismissed after breaking script and upstaging the lead when cast as an extra. That ''would'' get you fired in real life.
* RisingWaterRisingTension: TheVillain is filling the soundstage with water in a scheme to drown or discredit the animal performers. While her victims try to remain afloat aboard a set piece never meant to be seaworthy, poor Pudge remains tied in the control room where the rising water submerges him entirely.
* RodentsOfUnusualSize: The animals are the size of humans.
* RomanticRain: The two principal characters have an evening rain fall upon them separately, but the romantic connection nonetheless applies. The rain falls on Danny as part of his HumiliationConga, having failed miserably at getting his friends an audition with a studio mogul. Meanwhile, Sawyer sings a torch song outside a diner, which describes how Hollywood made her a BrokenBird, while newcomer Danny reawakened the songstress/dancer at Sawyer's core. As the rain stops, she learns that Danny waits at the bus stop, and hurries to meet him.
* RousingSpeech: Danny gives this to the animals after he asked them why they remain in Hollywood when they couldn't become actors. The reason is because they just couldn't forget their dreams. Even after all the abuse and hardship they dealt with.
* SacrificialLamb: A lamb was asked to play this role. He wasn't interested.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Inverted in Danny and Sawyer; more like "Keet and Kuudere".
* ShipTease: Aside from the obvious, Cranston Goat and Frances are always seen together.
* ShipperOnDeck: Tilly is supportive of Danny and Sawyer together. She even tried to get Sawyer all neat when she's about to meet him (again).
* ShowWithinAShow: The grand finale features a 'live show' at the end of the movie release of ''Little Ark Angel.'' Which Darla promptly turns into an AllPartOfTheShow situation.
* SittingSexyOnAPiano: During Darla's "Big and Loud" number -- since it's a Max-sized piano and she's small, she can roll around for several minutes with no danger of falling off.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Sawyer is the victim of this from the first time she walks on screen. Darla doesn't escape the film unscathed, either.
* SoreLoser: Darla doesn't take losing very well, ''especially'' when [[spoiler:her plan to thwart the animals' performance of "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" backfires on her]].
* SquashedFlat: Darla gets this treatment in the climax.
* StealthHiBye: Max is unnervingly capable of appearing from BehindTheBlack.
* TastesLikeDiabetes: Parodied with ''Li'l Ark Angel'', and Darla in general. In-universe example.
* ThereWasADoor: Max is introduced with a tremendous crash and a Max-shaped hole in the studio wall.
%%* ThreeActStructure
* TrashCanBand: The song "Animal Jam" in the middle of the movie revolves around this.
* TriumphantReprise: At the beginning of the movie, "Our Time Has Come" played during Danny's trip to Hollywood. At end of the film when Danny and the others became stars, it's played again in a much louder tone.
* TuftOfHeadFur: Both feline main characters have a significant amount of fur atop their heads. Orange tabby tom Danny has the standard tuft that even his straw hat can't contain, while pretty angora kitty Sawyer likes to curl hers into a stylish swirl. Being the main characters, theirs are the most prominent of all the anthropomorphic characters in-universe.
* TurtlePower: T.W. Turtle. He even gets to [[spoiler:play in the ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' movie!]]
%%* TwitchyEye: Darla.
* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: When Danny jumps off the bus to explain his (ultimately successful) plan to Pudge, the dialogue is replaced with MickeyMousing.
* TheVamp: Funnily and disturbingly enough, Darla.
* VillainousAdviceSong: Darla gives advice to Danny In "Big and Loud" on how he should go about performing his song for the studio exec. [[spoiler:In reality, she's setting Danny up to ruin a press conference, which will get him and the other animals fired.]]
* VillainousBreakdown: Darla when all her efforts to stop the animals impromptu number in the finale backfire immensely. It ends with her [[HoistByHisOwnPetard outing herself]] to an audience while she's ranting at Danny.
* WickedHeartSymbol: Hearts are associated with Darla Dimple, who puts on a [[TastesLikeDiabetes ridiculously sweet]] facade for her adoring fans, [[NiceCharacterMeanActor but turns out to be spoiled, jealous, and vindictive in private]]. In the second part of her VillainSong, which is a DisneyAcidSequence, hearts are seen everywhere, from the tips of the pointy fence that appears in one part, to the waterfall she imagines the heroes falling down.
* WingdingEyes: Darla's flaming-skull eyes when she pulls the "GRANDDADDY OF ALL SWITCHES".
* WholePlotReference: Along with the trappings of other films, ''Cats Don't Dance'' is almost an AnimatedAdaptation of Creator/HaroldLloyd's 1932 talkie ''Film/MovieCrazy''. Both feature a hopelessly optimistic young male from FlyoverCountry moving to Hollywood to become a star, only to bungle things when they get there with their clumsy antics and get in the hair of a pretty young disillusioned actress, eventually winning her over with his optimistic charm. There is no Shirley Temple-esque villain in ''Movie Crazy'' nor a subtle racism subtext, and it focuses much more on romance, but most of the other ingredients are there.
* XRaySparks: Pudge's electric handshake shocks T.W. at the end.