Pinky and the Brain are still trying to take over the world, but now they're operating from Elmyra's house.
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 Pinky (25 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 The Brain (25 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Elmyra Duff (25 episodes, 1998-1999)
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 Rudy Mookich (25 episodes, 1998-1999)
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Pinky and the Brain, two genetically-enhanced lab mice, are still trying to take over the world. However, now that they've lost their headquarters at ACME Labs, they're operating from the home of the animal over-loving Elmyra. Now Pinky and the Brain must continually avoid Elmyra and a neighborhood bully. Add to that a secret organization trying to apprehend the Brain. Given all of the complications, Pinky and the Brain's plots usually fail before you can say, "TROZ! ZORT!" Written by Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <rabhutch@spacestar.net>

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Pinky, Elmyra y Cerebro  »

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In Pinky and the Brain: You'll Never Eat Food Pellets in This Town Again! (1998) (the last episode that Peter Hastings wrote), the demise of Pinky and the Brain is caused by network decisions to change the show. This is exactly how this show happened. See more »

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the lowest point in the history of Animaniacs or Pinky and the Brain
3 March 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a perfect example of a series that long outlived its usefulness. I loved Pinky and the Brain and watched the show almost religiously, but when some dunderhead at the WB decided to pair these mice with Elmyra, I was horrified. There was absolutely no reason to take them away from Acme Labs except that the show had just run out of ideas. This was an example of the expression "jumping the shark"--it was obvious it was all downhill for the show from then until its cancellation--and with crappy episodes without the original formula, it wasn't long before the show breathed its last. Frankly, I just found it embarrassing to watch towards the end. My recommendation is never watch this incarnation of the show and use massive amounts of denial. Convince yourselves and others it never occurred---the ONLY shows that ever existed were Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain. They NEVER paired the mice with Elmyra--no, never!!


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