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"Pinky and the Brain" (1995) More at IMDbPro »

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Year: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | unknown


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Das Mouse

9 September 1995
Brain steals a submarine in order to get ingredients for his plan. He ends up raising the Titanic. However his submarine is destroyed by the CIA.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

James Belushi ... Jack Maguire (voice)

John Vernon ... Admiral (voice)

Season 1, Episode 2: Of Mouse and Man

10 September 1995
Brain needs money for his latest plan, so he gets a job and stages an accident and sues the company for the money. However, he does not win his suit.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

James Belushi ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Locke (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Punk (voice)
Gail Matthius ... Gina (voice)

Jeffrey Tambor ... Beetle Fiero (voice)

Season 1, Episode 3: Tokyo Grows/That Smarts & Brainstem

17 September 1995
In the first segment, Brain uses an enlarging ray to make himself and Pinky bigger. He dresses Pinky as Gollyzilla and has him terrorize the city with the plan to come in and save the city, however, he ends up fighting the Real Gollyzilla. In the second segment, Brain makes Pinky Smarter so he won't get in the way so much. In the final segment Brain sings a song to the tune of "Camptown Races" that goes over the different parts of the Brain.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

James Belushi ... Additional Voices (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Japanese Girl (voice)

Frank Welker ... Gollyzilla / Scientist #2 / Man in Street? Soldier #1 (voice)

Season 1, Episode 4: Pinky & the Fog/Where No Mouse Has Gone Before/Cheese Roll Call

4 November 1995
Brain attempts to take over the world by altering his voice and using the guise of "The Fog", after seeing "The Mist" do it on TV.

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jim Cummings ... The Mist (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Brain (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Woman (voice)

Season 1, Episode 5: Brainainia

12 November 1995
Pinky and The Brain establish a bogus country, "BRAINANIA," in order to receive aid from the United States.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Allan Fontain Bisque (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Fred Floppel

Tress MacNeille ... Mrs. Applebee

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Season 1, Episode 6: TV or Not TV

19 November 1995
The Brain decides he will take over the world by starring in a hit TV sitcom, but his dreams of fame and global dominance get shattered.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Kilmer (voice)

David Alan Grier ... Marlon

Tress MacNeille ... Janet

Sam McMurray ... Shawn

Roger Rose ... David Letterman

Season 1, Episode 7: Napoleon Brainaparte

26 November 1995
It's 19th century France and Brain is mistaken for Napoleon. He outlaws anyone beyond 4 inches tall from entering, but to his surprise, the real Napoleon still is allowed.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Frank Welker ... Napoleon (voice)

Larry Cedar ... Jacques (voice)
Joe Lala ... Francois

Richard Libertini ... Talleyrand

Tress MacNeille ... Madame De Jambone

John Mariano ... Head Gendarm

Season 1, Episode 8: A Pinky & the Brain Christmas

13 December 1995
The Brain designs a mesmerizing doll, Noodle Noggin, which resembles him. His plan is to make one for every house so he can make people do his every command through mind control.

Jeff Bennett ... Schotzie (voice)

Earl Boen ... Santa Claus (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Dave Burl (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Season 1, Episode 9: Snowball

20 January 1996
Before he met Pinky, Brain knew another genetically enhanced rodent, a hamster named Snowball.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

Frank Welker ... Board Member (voice)

Season 1, Episode 10: Around the World in 80 Narfs

3 February 1996
In 19th-century England, Pinky and The Brain accept a challenge to circle the globe in 79 days in order to gain a foothold in the British Empire and then conquer the world.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Richard Doyle ... Phineas Fogg

Brian George ... Sir Niles

Tress MacNeille ... Passerby
John Rubinow ... Gummy Gibberish

Season 1, Episode 11: Fly

11 February 1996
After purchasing carefully selected properties, The Brain schemes to flood the planet and leave his holdings as the only dry land.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Brian George ... Drake

Tress MacNeille ... Janine

Alex Rocco ... Floyd Nesbit

Season 1, Episode 12: Ambulatory Abe/The Mouse of La Mancha

25 February 1996
Knowing that the population craves an honest politician, Pinky and The Brain mechanize the Lincoln Memorial and drive it around town, convincing the population that it's the reincarnated Lincoln. They meet with some success--but not quite enough.

Larry Cedar ... Rags (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Innkeeper (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Tourist (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Wench (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Frank Welker ... Grandfather (voice)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Third Mouse/The Visit

21 May 1996
Pinky arrives in Vienna circa 1946 to search for his friend, The Brain. Several people tell him that The Brain was killed in a chemical explosion. It is later revealed that The Brain is alive, but faked his death in the hopes of starting a new life.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: It's Only a Paper World

7 September 1996
"If you build it, they will come" could be the motto for The Brain's (series star MAURICE LaMARCHE) latest scheme for world domination.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Marna Strutt (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Roger Rose ... David Letterman (voice)

Season 2, Episode 2: Collect Em' All/Pinkasso

14 September 1996
In "COLLECT 'EM ALL," Brain uses Johannes Gutenberg's printing press to make up collectable trading cards. In "PINKASSO," Pinky becomes a famous modern artist.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Larry Cedar ... Johannes Gutenberg (voice)

Brian George ... Critic (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Genevieve (voice)

Season 2, Episode 3: Plan Brain from Outer Space

28 September 1996
Pinky and Brain are chased by an alien that eats brains.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Sully (voice)

Frank Welker ... Odin (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Zalgar (voice)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Pink Candidate

2 November 1996
Loved by the citizens of the country, Pinky runs for president with The Brain running as his vice president. The plan is working until The Brain's instruction book on world domination is stolen and he is impeached.

Maurice LaMarche ... Chief of Staff Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... President Pinky (voice)
Richard Karron ... Sweaty Pete (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Old Woman
Steve McGowan ... Reporter

Jim Meskimen ... Bob Dole (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Bernard Shaw (voice)
Phil Snyder ... Bob

Frank Welker ... The President

Season 2, Episode 5: Brain's Song

9 November 1996
Brain schemes to create a tearjerker movie that will be broadcasted to the entire world and the world's leaders will be so depressed they will relinquish power to him.

Season 2, Episode 6: Welcome to the Jungle

16 November 1996
Animal rights activist think Pink and the Brain are monkeys and release them into the jungle after taking them out of Acme Labs. The pair try to make it back home, but run into the Brain's old enemy Snowball.

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Hippie (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)

Maurice LaMarche ... Brain

Tress MacNeille ... Phyllis

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

Season 2, Episode 7: A Little Off the Top/Megalomaniacs Anonymous

23 November 1996


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Sampson (voice)

Julia Duffy ... Delilah (voice)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Mummy/Robin Brain

28 December 1996
In "THE MUMMY," Pinky and the Brain come face to face with a real mummy after they get sealed inside an Egyptian pyramid. In "ROBIN BRAIN," Brain hires men to steal from the rich and give to him.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Corey Burton ... Cushing

Jim Cummings ... Chuck

Tony Jay ... Egyptian Priest

Tress MacNeille ... Old Woman

Michael McKean ... Toll Collector (voice)

Sam McMurray ... Tax man #1

Season 2, Episode 9: Two Mice and a Baby/The Maze

1 February 1997
In "TWO MICE AND A BABY," a spoof of the Superman story, Brain and Pinky care for a boy with special powers sent to Earth by his parents. In "THE MAZE," Lab scientists use a chip critical to Brain's plan and he must get through a virtual reality maze to get it back.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Baby Clark Kent (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Baloney (voice)
Pat Musick ... Scientist #2 (voice)

Season 2, Episode 10: Brain of the Future

8 February 1997
The Pinky and The Brain who live in the future travel back in time to give their present-dwelling counterparts a book on how to take over the world. The present pair travel to the future and find themselves in a world where cockroaches and are ruling the planet. After being captured, they escape to their capsule, which takes them safely back to the lab. But when Pinky leaves the book in the capsule, the craft vanishes, leaving the jet-lagged mice pondering how to take over the world yet again.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain / Queen Roach's Aid (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Queen Roach / First Lady / Time Machine Computer (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Season 2, Episode 11: Brinky

22 February 1997
Brain creates an experimental clone. However, he finds out that his is not the only DNA present within the clone, some of Pinky's DNA contaminated the experiment.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain / Baby Romy (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky / Adult Romy (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Rikki Lake (voice)

Frank Welker ... Bartender (voice)

Cree Summer ... Bunny (voice)

Season 2, Episode 12: Hoop Schemes

17 May 1997
Pinky and The Brain team with basketball coach Bobby Nacht and a crew of has-been TV actors to create the best squad in the NBA. With the aid of a mechanical arm and 3-foot-high shoes, The Brain soon achieves the kind of celebrity that he has always dreamed about. But just when The Brain is famous enough to contemplate taking over the world, his unchecked ego keeps him from achieving his lifelong goal.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Peter Jason ... Bobby Nacht (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Rue McClanahy (voice)
Jan Rabson ... Referee (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Jelly-Head (voice)

Roger Rose ... Man #1 (voice)

Billy West ... Marv Albert (voice)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Leave It to Beavers/Cinebrainia

8 September 1997
The Brain enlists the help of beavers in his latest plan to take over the world by flooding it. In return for damming the water, the beavers want gum, boots and shiny things. The Brain makes his first attempt at flooding a city, but the city is well equipped for thwarting the disaster. When the beavers take the shiny remote control The Brain uses to communicate with, Pinky and The Brain are left powerless. Pinky and The Brain try to capture the adoration of the world by becoming movie stars. Their plan backfires when the world considers them comedic geniuses. Attempting to change his image, The Brain releases a dramatic film, but the audience becomes bored and leaves the movie theater, sending the two mice back to the lab.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Hal Slug (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Woman (voice)

Frank Welker ... Beaver (voice)

Season 3, Episode 2: Brain Noir

12 September 1997
In the 1940s, The Brain tries to acquire water rights to burgeoning Los Angeles...but someone is beating him to it.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Chris (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Mousealope Calf (voice)

John Mariano ... Robert (voice)

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

Jim Meskimen ... Del Monte (voice)
Jan Rabson ... Farmer

Frank Welker ... Fred Floppel (voice)

Season 3, Episode 3: Pinky & the Brain... And Larry/Where the Deer and the Mouselope Play/

13 September 1997


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Chris

John Mariano ... Robert

Jim Meskimen ... Del Monte (voice)

Frank Welker ... Fred Floppel (voice)

Billy West ... Larry (voice)

Season 3, Episode 4: Brain's Bogie/Say What, Earth?

15 September 1997


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Castro-type (voice)

Earl Boen ... Earth / Moon (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Cher (voice)

Sam McMurray ... Video Teacher (voice)

Frank Welker ... Fred Floppel (voice)

Season 3, Episode 5: My Feldmans, My Friends

16 September 1997
The Brain coaches a last-place baseball club, The New Hampshire Pineapples, to the pennant race. After Pinky unwittingly hits a button on The Brain's robot duplicate of Steven Spielberg (the show's Executive Producer), the robot acts out scenes from Spielberg's movies. The Brain decides he might be better served using a "Ted Turnerator."

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Paul Rugg ... Sultana 'Barry' Sultana (voice)

Season 3, Episode 6: All You Need Is Narf/Pinky's Plan

17 September 1997
In "All You Need is Narf" it is the 1960s and Pinky becomes a guru. Pinky unites a member of the most popular band of the day, a parody of the Beatles, to his true love causing the band to split up. In Pinky's plan, it is Brain's birthday and he realizes he is getting old so he takes the day off. Pinky plans on throwing Brain a party at "Chuncky Cheeses" with all the world leaders. Pinky's gift to Brain, the World, but Brain in his selfishness manages to screw it up.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Jim / Castro type (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Fred (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... First Lady / Yoko Ono type (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Billy West ... Indian Man (voice)

Season 3, Episode 7: This Old Mouse

18 September 1997
When The Brain (series star MAURICE LaMARCHE) gets a glimpse into the future and sees that he will continue to fail, he realizes, after some soul searching, that he must change his destiny.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Game Announcer (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Cheerleader

Paul Rugg ... Sultana Sultana (voice)

Season 3, Episode 8: Brain Storm

19 September 1997
The Brain develops a way to harness the energy of tornadoes in his latest bid to take over the world.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Kale Mumphausen (voice)
Dani Douthette ... Agnes

Season 3, Episode 9: A Meticulous Analysis of History/Funny, You Don't Look Rhennish

20 September 1997


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain / Rhennish Brother (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Jakob (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Sarah (voice)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Pinky Protocol

22 September 1997
Pinky and The Brain must bring together Pinky's far-flung family to win money on a TV game show.

Season 3, Episode 11: Mice Don't Dance/Brain Drained

26 September 1997
In the 1930s, The Brain notes the popularity of tap dance and constructs a pair of steam-powered legs to send a subtle Morse code message of world domination. Bereft of ideas to take over the world, The Brain travels to Hollywood to get plots from screenwriters.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

John Astin ... Grover Whalen
Bojangles ... Dorian Harewood

Tress MacNeille ... Old Woman
Gail Matthius ... Wendy

Michael McKean ... Ponytail (voice)

Peter Scolari ... Weird Guy

Season 3, Episode 12: Brain Acres

27 September 1997
The Brain and Pinky move to a rural farm, where The Brain plans to raise and train giant vegetables to take over the world.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Mark Hamill ... Jimmy Joe Jr. (voice)

Lauren Tom ... Shopper

Frank Welker ... Maurice / Monster Vegetables (voice)

Season 3, Episode 13: Pinky and the Brainmaker/Calvin Brain

29 September 1997

Season 3, Episode 14: Pinky Suavo/T.H.E.Y.

4 October 1997
In a horrible lab mishap, Pinky becomes a really suave guy. The Brain and Pinky infiltrate a secret organization of world leaders, where they must endure humiliating initiation rites to succeed in their latest scheme.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... First Lady

Frank Welker ... Mr. President / Frizzy (voice)

Billy West ... Regis / Harry (voice)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Real Life

October 1997
In this spoof of MTV's show, "The Real World," The Brain must get along with a houseful of 20-year-olds to carry out his latest scheme.

Season 3, Episode 16: Brain's Way

1996
In the early 1940s, The Brain opens a resort in Las Vegas to finance a plan and poses as a singing star to draw patrons. In the process, he becomes an ultra-cool icon and the leader of the celebrated Mouse Pack.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Fred Spinatra (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Bernie (voice)

Billy West ... Dean

Jeff Bennett ... Tom Caljones (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: A Pinky and the Brain Halloween

19 October 1997
In a special Halloween episode, Pinky sells his soul so that The Brain can take over the world. The Brain challenges the devil to get Pinky's soul back.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Greta

Garry Marshall ... Mr. Itch - The Devil

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

John Tesh ... Himself (voice)

Billy West ... Receptionist

Season 3, Episode 18: Brainy Jack

17 February 1998
Discovering that the best way to take over the world is through pacifism, Pinky and The Brain travel to the Southwest on horseback and create a colony to teach the world the value of peace, love and improvisation.

Season 3, Episode 19: Leggo My Eggo/Big in Japan

7 November 1997
A fictitious retrospective celebrating Pinky and The Brain is actually another of Brain's schemes!

Season 3, Episode 20: But That's Not All, Folks!

8 November 1997
The Brain launches his latest plan on a live infomercial in this real-time episode.

Season 3, Episode 21: You Said a Mouseful/Operation Sea Lion

14 November 1997
The Brain concocts a legend about himself. This story is about how The Brain and Pinky first met.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Sammy (voice)

Frank Welker ... Commander (voice)

Jennifer Hale ... Winny (voice)

Steven Bernstein ... Singer #2 (voice) (as Steve Bernstein)

Michael Villani ... Announcer (voice) (as Mike Villani)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Mr. Sackett (voice)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Tailor and the Mice/Bah, Wilderness

15 November 1997
In this song segment, Pinky and The Brain are the pets of a crazy tailor. While the lab is closed for summer vacation, The Brain plans to travel to Camp Davey, the lodge for children of dignitaries who are visiting Camp David. Once there, his goal is to become crafts counselor and have the children make wooden pencil holders in which he will plant listening devices, enabling him to hear the conversations of global leaders and create a better plan to take over the world. But first, he and Pinky must ascend to the senior counselor position by eliminating all the other counselors above them.

Season 3, Episode 23: Pinky at the Bat/Scphiel-Borg 2000

22 November 1997

Season 3, Episode 24: Broadway Malady

3 January 1998
Impressed by the financial success of "Cats," Pinky and The Brain stage their own Broadway musical.

Season 3, Episode 25: Brainie the Poo/Melancholy Brain

7 February 1998
The First segment is a parody of "Winnie the Pooh". The second segment tells the story of Hamlet, Pinky and the Brain style.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain / Al Gore (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Jagger / Christopher (voice)
Julie Bernstein ... Female Singer (voice)

Cary Elwes ... Hamlet (voice)

Olivia Hussey ... Queen (voice)

Clive Revill ... King (voice)

John Rhys-Davies ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 26: Inherit the Wheeze

14 February 1998
Lab scientists subject The Brain to experiments testing the addictive properties of cigarettes, an experience that endangers his latest plan for world domination.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Pam Grier ... Julie Auburn (voice)

T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ... Singer (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Nicky O'Time

Michael McKean ... Mel Aroma (voice)

Season 3, Episode 27: The Family That Poits Together, Narfs Together

21 February 1998


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Squeege (voice)

Eric Idle ... Pinky's Mom / Pinky's Dad (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Mrs. Perfect (voice)
Gail Matthius ... Kathie Glee (voice)

Peter Scolari ... Mr. Perfect (voice)

Frank Welker ... Steven S. (voice)

Season 3, Episode 28: Pinky's Turn/Your Friend: Global Domination

28 February 1998
The Brain follows Pinky's plan to take over the world--with surprising results. The Brain describes what things would be like if he ruled the world.

Season 3, Episode 29: You'll Never Eat Food Pellets in This Town Again!

25 April 1998
In this change of pace episode, when studio executive Jamie Kellner presses them for higher ratings, Pinky and The Brain try out different ideas for their show, spoofing various other sitcoms.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky / Yurkel / TV Cop (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Billie / Mother / Timmy / Newscaster (voice)

Dick Clark ... Himself (voice)

Charles Kimbrough ... Sandy Dreckman (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Bobby Fenster (voice)
Pat Musick ... TV Mom (voice)

Mark L. Taylor ... Pollster #1 (voice)
Phil Hayes ... Pollster #2 (voice)

Billy West ... Nifty Bizarre (voice)
John Rubano ... Jimmy S. (voice)

Season 3, Episode 30: Dangerous Brains

2 May 1998
In order to carry out his latest world domination scheme, The Brain must take a teaching job at a dangerous inner city school.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Girl

Bumper Robinson ... Tyrone Spellbinder

Marcelo Tubert ... Hector Papdopolis (voice)

Thomas F. Wilson ... Larry Bruhn (voice) (as Tom Wilson)

Season 3, Episode 31: Whatever Happened to Baby Brain/Just Say Narf

9 May 1998
The Brain becomes a child star in Hollywood during the 1930s.

Jeff Bennett ... Irving Thyroid (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Orson Welles (voice)

Cary Elwes ... Director (voice)

Pamela Hayden ... Trudy (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Brain (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Hooda Hepper (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Season 3, Episode 32: The Pinky POV/The Really Great Dictator/Brain Food

16 May 1998
This entire episode is seen through Pinky's eyes. And the view is interesting, to say the least. The Brain opens a theme restaurant: "Planet Brain."

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Brainwashed: Part 1 - Brain Brain Go Away

14 September 1998
During a White House conference on the topic "the brain," one of the president's assistants mistakenly invites The Brain. After he becomes trapped in a web of conspiracy and deception, The Brain gets brainwashed and Pinky must save him.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Tom Bodett ... Himself

Larry Cedar ... Fedora

Townsend Coleman ... Bobby Bob Yokel

Tress MacNeille ... First Lady
Andrea Romano ... Herself

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Season 4, Episode 2: Brainwashed: Part 2 - I Am Not a Hat

15 September 1998
The Brain and Pinky escape from the land of Hats, but find someone is still after them as they try to save the world from an evil dance, the Schmeerskahoven.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Corey Burton ... Strawboater (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Bobby Bob yokel (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... First Lady (voice)

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

Cree Summer ... Receptionist (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

Season 4, Episode 3: Brainwashed: Part 3 - Wash Harder

16 September 1998
Pinky and The Brain unmask the culprit behind that evil, mind numbing dance, the Schmeerskahoven, and save the world.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Dr. Mordough (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Bobby Bob Yokel (voice)

Nora Dunn ... Precious (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... First Lady (voice)

Roddy McDowall ... Snowball (voice)

Season 4, Episode 4: To Russia with Lab Mice/Hickory Dickory Bonk

21 September 1998
To facilitate The Brain's latest plan, he and Pinky ship themselves to Russia, where they become involved in a James Bond-style adventure. Pinky and The Brain find themselves trapped in the familiar nursery rhyme.

Jeff Bennett ... Scientist #2 (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)
Diane Michelle ... Mousey Galore (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Pinky and the Brain Reunion Special

21 September 1998


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Steve Allen ... Himself (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Leonard Shelton (voice)

Joyce Brothers ... Herself (voice) (as Dr. Joyce Brothers)

Dick Clark ... Himself (voice)

Gavin MacLeod ... Himself (voice)

Ed McMahon ... Himself (voice)

Paul Rugg ... Mr. Director (voice)

Billy West ... Earl Wendell (voice)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Legendary Tail/Project BRAIN

28 September 1998

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

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Season 4, Episode 9: Star Warners

14 November 1998
Pinky, The Brain and the Animaniacs star in a parody of "Star Wars."

Unknown Season


A Little Off the Top/Megalomaniacs Anonymous

23 November 1996
In "A LITTLE OFF THE TOP," Brain tries to discover the source of Sampson's strength. In "MEGALOMANIACS ANONYMOUS," Brain joins a support group for those obsessed with the notion of taking over the world.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Saran

Tress MacNeille ... Female Rock Star

Paul Rugg ... Dr. Belvadere (voice)

Frank Welker ... Ross Perot (voice)

Inherit the Wheeze/Brain's Night Off/Beach Blanket Brain

21 February 1998
The Brain gets wild and crazy on a night when he and Pinky don't try to take over the world. The Brain tries to infiltrate a group of surfing teenagers in this spoof of beach party movies.

Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Billy West ... Dodohead (voice)

Julie Brown ... Danette Spoonabello (voice)
Tony Pope ... Waiter (voice)

Candi Milo ... Claire (voice)
Michael Donovan ... Maitre'D (voice)

Larry Cedar ... Chef (voice)

Operation Sealion

29 November 1997


Maurice LaMarche ... The Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Steven Bernstein ... Singer #2 (voice) (as Steve Bernstein)

Jennifer Hale ... Winny (voice)

Frank Welker ... Commander (voice)

Shpiel-borg 2000

22 November 1997

Where No Mouse Has Gone Before/Cheese Roll Call

1 October 1995


Maurice LaMarche ... Brain (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Pinky (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Wensleydale (voice)

Jess Harnell ... Alien Singer (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Brie (voice)

Frank Welker ... The President (voice)

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