Animation Bump: "Help?", which was lavishly animated by Bruno Bozzetto and his team in Italy.
Artistic License - History: Gramps. His grandkids keep pointing out the errors in his story and how he actually lived his life. For example, when he mentions in his story that the President was a statuesque woman, he begs them to let this part remain unchanged when they point out that America never had a female President.
Deranged Animation: Anything directed by Pat Ventura: Yuckie Duck, Sledgehammer O'Possum, and George and Junior. Also Buy One, Get One Free, which has visual influences from The Ren & Stimpy Show (not hurt by a few staff members who worked on that show).
Also the two Ralph Bakshi shorts Babe! He Calls Me and Malcom and Melvin, and Tales of Worm Paranoia, directed by Eddie Fitzgerald.
Domestic Only Cartoon: "Help?", which was produced in Italy; "Babe, He Calls Me" and "Malcom and Melvin", which were produced by Bakshi ZooToons in New York; "Strange Things", which was made by Sensible Shoes Productions in the U.S.; "O Ratz: Ratz in a Hot Tin Can", which was made by Perennial Pictures Film Corporation in Indianapolis; "The Chicken From Outer Space", by Stretch Films in the U.S.; and "The Adventures of Captain Buzz Cheeply: A Clean Getaway", produced by Buzz Image Group in Canada.
Noodle Incident: Whatever happened to Grandma in Gramps. "SHE WAS DEAD WHEN I GOT THERE!!"
The Other Darrin: Sledgehammer O'Possum was first voiced by Faizon Love (who was on the 1990s WB sitcom The Parent 'Hood) in Out and About. Then, in his second cartoon, What's Goin' On Back There, he is voiced by T.K. Carter (who played Punky Brewster's favorite teacher on the live-action sitcom of the same name).
Post Script Season: Sort of. 48 cartoons were contracted for 1995-97, but more were made after that including Mike, Lu & Og, Kenny And The Chimp, King Crab: Space Crustacean, and the Big Pick shorts from 2000-02.