Airdate: November 2, 1993
Opening Line- "Chicken Chow Main-y"- Wakko
Cartoons in Wakko's Body: Between each short, Yakko and Dot examine their brother and find a cartoon wherever it hurts.
Noah's Lark: A retelling of the legend of Noah's Ark, where Noah has to put up with the Hip Hippos.
The Big Kiss: Chicken Boo poses as an actor who gets a kissing scene with Hello Nurse.
Hiccup: Squit gets the hiccups, and Bobby and Pesto pull out all stops trying to cure him.
Tropes found in "Cartoons in Wakko's Body":
Tropes found in "Noah's Lark":
- Adventures in the Bible: The second of two biblical-themed shorts (after "Guardin' the Garden") on the show. Once again, Ernie Anderson narrates with Malachi Throne as God.
- Answers to the Name of God: Well, when it's the Man Upstairs Himself talking.Noah: Oh my God.God: Precisely.
- The Cameo:
- Credits Gag: The opening credits contain funny nicknames like "Boom Boom Stoner"
- Jewish Complaining: Noah, modeled after comedian Richard Lewis.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Noah is based on Richard Lewis, although, contrary to the trope name, Lewis was not exactly flattered with this parody.
- Precision F-Strike: Noah lets out a rare, "Oh my God!" instead of the usual "Oh my Gosh!". Justified in that he is actually talking to God.
- Shout-Out: Combined with Actor Allusion when the narrator describes Noah's Ark as "The Looooooove Ark".
- Spiders Are Scary: Noah certainly seems to think so. It doesn't help that a pair of spiders are the Hip Hippos' roommates.
- Why Did It Have To Be Spidees?
Tropes found in "The Big Kiss":
- Big Damn Kiss: Is it ever! Unfortunately for Hello Nurse, it's with a chicken.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Chicken Boo's disguise in this short is nothing more than a false mustache. Only two people aren't fooled before Boo loses his diguise during the filming of the last scene of The Big Kiss; an interviewer who asks if Boo is a giant chicken, and Tony the Director, who is allergic to chicken feathers.
Tropes found in "Hiccup":
- The Cameo: At the beginning of this short, Kevin McAllister can be seen being chased by the Wet Bandits (or Sticky Bandits).
- Hiccup Hijinks: Squit gets the hiccups, and Bobby and Pesto try unsuccessfully to get rid of them. In the end, it's The Godpigeon who gets rid of them by scaring Squit.
- Take That!: Twice in this episode, Pesto thinks that Squit is comparing him to Disney characters:
- The first time occurs when Squit calls Pesto "Doc". Pesto thinks that Squit is calling him one of the seven dwarfs.
- The second time occurs at the end of the short, when Squit says that he, Bobby, and Pesto stick together like the Three Musketeers. Pesto thinks that Squit is calling him a Mouseketeer.
Closing Tower Gag: Wakko: "Wanna see me make bubbles with my spit?" Yakko: "Sure do! In fact, that's the theme of the next show!" Dot: "So don't miss it."