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''Pinky and the Brain'' is a spin-off from the animated series ''Animaniacs'' that premiered in 1995 about two mice who develop different schemes to take over the world.  
 
''Pinky and the Brain'' is a spin-off from the animated series ''Animaniacs'' that premiered in 1995 about two mice who develop different schemes to take over the world.  
  
The third episode of the show ends with a song called "Brainstem" about the different parts of the brain. A month before the show's premiere, several WB affiliates, including KWBP 32 in Portland, Oregon (now known as KRCW-TV) showed '''a different version of the song''' where Brain says ''"Now, let's get this show on the road. Yes!"'' instead of ''"That oughta keep the little squirts happy. Yes!"'' at the end<ref>http://www.platypuscomix.net/kidswbyourself/index.html</ref>, in a similar manner to how the song "Yakko's World" from ''Animaniacs'' was previewed before it aired with different narration at the beginning before its' premiere.  Aside from a brief mention on a tribute page to Kids' WB, no footage of this version has surfaced.
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The third episode of the show ends with a song called "Brainstem" about the different parts of the brain. A month before the show's premiere, several WB affiliates, including KWBP 32 in Portland, Oregon (now known as KRCW-TV) showed '''a different version of the song''' where Brain says ''"Now, let's get this show on the road. Yes!"'' instead of ''"That oughta keep the little squirts happy. Yes!"'' at the end, in a similar manner to how the song "Yakko's World" from ''Animaniacs'' was previewed before it aired with different narration at the beginning before it's premiere.  Aside from a brief mention on a tribute page to Kids' WB!,<ref>[http://www.platypuscomix.net/kidswbyourself/index.html A Kids' WB! tribute page that mentions the song's alternate version.] Retrieved 25 May '18</ref> no footage of this version has surfaced.
  
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==See Also==
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*[[Animaniacs (unproduced "Minerva Mink" animated shorts; early 1990s)]]
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*[[Animaniacs "I'm Mad" (partially found original theatrical version of animated short; 1994)]]
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*[[Animaniacs "The New Year's Party Tonight" (partially lost alternate version of animated comedy series short; 1995)]]
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*[[Animaniacs "Potty Emergency" (lost deleted scenes of episode of animated comedy series; 1993)]]
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*[[Channel Umptee-3 (partially found Kids' WB! educational animated series; 1997)]]
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*[[Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island (partially found pitch pilot of Kids' WB! animated comedy series; early-mid 2000s)]]
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*[[Detention (found Kids' WB! animated series; 1999-2000)]]
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*[[Earthworm Jim (partially found unaired pitch pilot of Kids' WB! animated series; 1995)]]
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*[[Kids' WB! (partially found animated "Backlot" bumpers of children's programming block; 1997-2003)]]
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*[[Kids' WB! (partially found "Crazy Takes" promos of children's program block; early 2000s)]]
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*[[Kids' WB! "Top 20 Pokéthon Countdown" (partially found promos and bumpers of event from children's programming block; 1999)]]
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*[[Lobo (lost production material of cancelled Kids' WB! animated series based on DC character; 1990s)]]
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*[[Monster Allergy (partially found Kids' WB! English dub of animated series based on comics; 2006)]]
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*[[Waynehead (found Kids' WB! animated series; 1996-1997)]]
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*[[Welcome Home, Animaniacs! (partially found Kids' WB Saturday morning preview; 1995)]]
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Latest revision as of 01:08, 14 June 2022

Brainstem.jpg

An image from the musical number.

Status: Lost

Pinky and the Brain is a spin-off from the animated series Animaniacs that premiered in 1995 about two mice who develop different schemes to take over the world.

The third episode of the show ends with a song called "Brainstem" about the different parts of the brain. A month before the show's premiere, several WB affiliates, including KWBP 32 in Portland, Oregon (now known as KRCW-TV) showed a different version of the song where Brain says "Now, let's get this show on the road. Yes!" instead of "That oughta keep the little squirts happy. Yes!" at the end, in a similar manner to how the song "Yakko's World" from Animaniacs was previewed before it aired with different narration at the beginning before it's premiere. Aside from a brief mention on a tribute page to Kids' WB!,[1] no footage of this version has surfaced.

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"Brainstem" (premiere version)


See Also[edit | edit source]

Reference[edit | edit source]