The misadventures of a dumb blond egomanaic who is deluded about his own manliness.

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 Johnny Bravo / ... (67 episodes, 1997-2004)
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 Bunny Bravo / ... (56 episodes, 1997-2004)
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 Little Suzy / ... (49 episodes, 1997-2004)
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 Carl Chryniszzswics / ... (45 episodes, 1999-2004)
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 Pops / ... (27 episodes, 1999-2004)
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Ohhhh, Mama! Johnny Bravo is a blond egomaniac who just loves pretty women. With spoofs of Schoolhouse Rock, The Twilight Zone, and other television shows and movies, Johnny Bravo, along with his mother Bunny and his cute neighbor Suzy, Johnny learns more about life - the hard way. Written by Ian Pugh

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In the episode, "Johnny Bravo: Hip Hop Flop/Talk to Me, Baby/Blanky Hanky Panky (1997)", one character actually extends his middle finger at Johnny Bravo (A signal often referred as "flipping the bird"). Many people have denied this because the character has four fingers on his hand throughout most of the episode. However, if you look carefully when the character closes his hand, the animators quickly drew a fifth finger. Another supporting piece of evidence, usually the scene is cut out when aired on TV. However, the unedited scene was released on the DVD box set, and very briefly on Netflix. See more »

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Johnny Bravo: Mama mia. That's a spicy meatball.
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It was great at first, but these new ones are a little lacking
4 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

I used to love Johnny Bravo on his first season. It was witty, sharp, and the usage of Bravo's Michael Jackson moves was awesome. The new seasons are still pretty good, but a lot of the things that made the old season so great is gone. Now instead of acting like Elvis or Jackson, Bravo acts a LOT like Homer Simpson, and does a worse job as well. In fact, he uses Homer's catch phrases, like "mmmmmmm," the girlie scream, and I could've sworn I heard him say "D'oh!" That's not to say that all of the creativity of the show is gone, but they should've stuck to its roots. The addition of Carl and Pops is great, and there are many good cartoons on these new series, but the creators of the first series did a better job. I still find it an enjoyable show, but the new episodes are getting less and less creative by the minute it seems.


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