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  • Cross-Dressing Voices:
    • The Goose Lady in the Tales from the Goose Lady shorts is voiced by Rob Paulsen.
    • In the Jelly's Day short "Auntie Broth's Makeover", the titular Auntie Broth is voiced by John Kassir.
  • Dueling Works: With What A Cartoon! Show, a block on Cartoon Network that similarly aired pilots for potential cartoon shows.
  • Name's the Same: The titular band of the short "The Feelers" has nothing to do with the New Zealand group of the same name.
  • Non-Singing Voice: In "The Feelers", the titular rock band of anthropomorphic insects have separate voice actors for their speaking voices and their singing voices.
    • Mitzi Moth (speaking done by Rosslynn Taylor, singing done by Robbyn Kirmsse')
    • Max (speaking done by Joe Lala, singing done by Bill Burnett)
    • Mo Skito (speaking done by Quinton Flynn, singing done by Joe Pizzulo)
    • Stinger (speaking done by Greg Eagles, singing done by Alvin Chea)
  • The Other Darrin: Max was voiced by the short's creator Dave Wasson in "Max's Special Problem", but the sequel short "Max and the Pigeon Incident" had him voiced by Vincent Waller instead.
  • Talking to Himself:
    • In the short "Planet Kate", Bolivar and Max are both voiced by Billy West.
    • Crusty and Mr. Katzeneisner from "The Feelers" were both voiced by Jess Harnell.
  • What Could Have Been: The only pilots or series of pilots featured on this show that got their own series were ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, and The Fairly OddParents!. It's anyone's guess what it would've been like if any of the other Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts were as successful.

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