In "De-Zanitized," frazzled Dr. Scratchansniff, the studio psychiatrist, uses every psychiatric technique he knows to "de-zani-tize" the Warners because the kids are just too zany. Next, as the Warners drive him crazy, Dr. Scratchansniff sings a song of woe "The Monkey Song" to a calypso beat, while the rest of the "Animaniacs" cast sings the chorus. Finally, in "Nighty-Night Toon," the Warners and company spoof a famous children's bedtime storybook.
The Warners help Albert Einstein discover the theory of relativity in "Cookies For Einstein." Then, to finance his latest scheme to overthrow the world, The Brain becomes a contestant on a game show, where he hopes to "Win Big." Finally in an upbeat ditty, Yakko sings the name of every country in the world ("Yakko's World").
"Slappy Goes Walnuts" as she and Skippy Squirrel gathers walnuts from the yard of their nemesis, Doug the Dog. Next, Yakko takes everyone on a trip through "Yakko's Universe," as he sings about the galaxies with the Warners. In "H.M.S. Yakko," a musical tribute to Gilbert & Sullivan, the Warners encounter the evil pirate, Captain Mel.
The Warners give unwanted help to Kirk Douglas-cum-Michelangelo as he tries to paint the Sistine Chapel. Squit tells the story of how he became a Goodfeather - a story that involves a discarded bagel on a busy street.
Slappy Squirrel takes her nephew Skippy to see the film 'Bumbi.' Things seem to be going well, until the film gets to the part where Bumbi's Mom is killed. Slappy tries to calm Skippy down, but the little squirrel is traumatized. In desperation, Slappy takes Skippy to meet the actress who played Bumbi's Mom. Seeing that she's alright, Skippy finds closure...that is, until he watches the in-flight movie on the way home, which happens to be 'Old Yellow.'
The famed Wally Llama knows much, and can answer almost any question. But after being asked so many simple and mundane questions, the famous Llama has had it. But right about then, the Warner siblings show up with a very, very, very, important question-and they won't leave until they know the answer.
The Warners help Pablo Picasso discover his new painting style, and modern art is born in "No Pain, No Painting." Then, in a musical parody of Victor Hugo's classic novel Les Miserables, Runt breaks out of Le Pound during the French revolution to save Rita and the Miserable Cats from being made into pastries.
In "Westside Pigeons," the Goodfeathers battle with the Sparrows as they fight over possession of a statue of Martin Scorsese in this musical spoof of "West Side Story." Then at the "Garage Sale of the Century," the Warners attempt to buy the seller's garage.
Hello Nice Warners" tells the story of what happens when the Warners siblings are cast in a new film by the comedy genius, Mr. Director. Later, when their maid quits, the Hip Hippos try to cope on their own in "La Behemoth," a parody of a tragic opera. Finally, "Little Old Slappy From Pasadena" takes her powerful sports car for a drive around town, set to the tune of the classic rock and roll song, "Little Old Lady from Pasadena.
In "Cat on a Hot Steel Beam," Mindy pursues a cute kitty into a dangerous construction site and Buttons tries desperately to save her. Later, Dr. Scratchansniff gets a parking ticket, he's represented in court by the firm of Warner, Warner and Warner ("La La Law").
In "Hooray for Slappy," Slappy Squirrel's old cartoon enemies, Walter Wolf, Sid the Squid and Beanie the Bison, attempt to ruin an award banquet given in Slappy's honor. It's the first day of school for the world's strictest teacher and her new students: the wild and wacky Warner siblings ("Chalkboard Bungle"). Finally, "The Great Wakkorotti: The Master & His Music" features Wakko's rendition of the classic waltz, "The Blue Danube."
First, Chicken Boo tries to pass himself off as world-famous ballet dancer, "Chicken Booryshnikov." Then, Pinky and The Brain attempt to steal the crown jewels of Russia in "Pavlov's Mice." Finally, in Czarist Russia, royal dentists Yakko, Wakko and Dot treat Rasputin's toothache in "Nothing But the Tooth."
The Hip Hippos have "A Moving Experience" as they move from the jungle to the city in pursuit of the latest fads.Then in a parody of the films of Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, the Warners compete against the grim reaper in a life-or-death game of checkers ("Meatballs or Consequences").
Wakko names all fifty states and their capitals in "Wakko's America." Next, Chicken Boo plays the famed frontiersman, "Davey Omelette." Later, "The Flame" of a candle comes to life and guides the audience through a special night in American history. Finally, President Abraham Lincoln attempts to write his Gettysburg Address with the "assistance" of the Warner siblings.
In "Hearts of Twilight," genius filmmaker Mr. Director goes over budget on his new film and the studio sends in the Warners to halt the project in their own inimitable fashion. Later, the Goodfeathers are cast as stunt doubles in a horror film entitled "The Boids."
A disgruntled businessman is irked even further when his flight has to move him from his usual 1st class accommodations to coach class. While one wouldn't assume it'd be so bad, the only seat left is near the Warner Brothers and Sister. In no time at all, the siblings have decided to make the fellow their 'special friend.'
Mindy travels "Up The Crazy River" in the Amazon rainforest, with Buttons once again protecting her from danger. Next, the Warners admonish viewers to "Be Careful What You Eat" in this song about nutrition. Then, Bobbie, Pesto and Squit go "Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump, Dump, Dump." Coveting a culinary gold mine in the form of a garbage barge on the wharf, the three birds have their dinnertime delayed when Pesto becomes tangled in the plastic rings from a beverage six-pack.
In "Opportunity Knox," Pinky and The Brain travel to Fort Knox to steal the nation's gold supply. Later, a moth's love for a beautiful butterfly sweeps him away on an incredible and comic journey in "Wings Take Heart."
First, in ancient Egypt, Rita and Runt find a "Home on De-Nile" in Cleopatra's palace until they discover that Rita is going to be Cleopatra's next sacrifice to the gods. Next, the Warners spoof the mystery novels of Agatha Christie in "Hercule Yakko," a story set aboard a luxury liner featuring the entire cast. Finally, Yakko performs Puck's famous monologue from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" which Dot translates for the Shakepeare-impaired.
A pompous opera divas tangles with the Warners in "O Silly Mio." Then, Rita and Runt help a young child escape the Nazis in war-torn Poland. Finally, "The Great Wakkorotti: The Summer Concert" features Wakko Warner's classic summer camp song.
At a Hollywood party, the Warner siblings meet the world's most boring man, who tells the world's most boring story in "Chairman of the Bored." Later, Mindy leads "Astro-Buttons" on a wild chase across a strange planet.
On his birthday, a clown visits Wakko, who is terrified of clowns ("Clown & Out"). Then, in another ploy to take over the world, The Brain seeks adoration by becoming "Bubba Bo Bob Brain," a country music star.
This four-cartoon episode features the stars of the show appearing in each other's segments. First, The Brain ventures "In the Garden of Mindy" and enlists Mindy's help in his latest plan to take over the world.
When Slappy Squirrel's cartoons are reviewed negatively by a couple of critics, Slappy puts them in "Critical Condition." Then, in "The Three Muska-Warners," Yakko, Wakko and Dot defend the king and his castle in a parody of the famed Dumas tale.
First, in "Fair Game," the Warners become contestants on their favorite game show, "Quiz Me Quick." Next, Pinky and The Brain hope to become "Puppet Rulers" as the stars of a 1950s children's television show.
The Warner siblings deliver lunch to famed newscaster Dan Anchorman. However, the stuffed shirt is so egotistical that he refuses to tip the delivery persons. Needless to say, Dan's next newscast doesn't go quite according to plan.
In "Can't Buy A Thrill," Flavio and Marita decide to seek thrilling adventures, much to the horror of Gina Embryo. Then, a naive Kansas woodchuck who desires to become a "Hollywoodchuck" travels to Hollywood to seek fame and fortune.
At the mall, the kids are pestered by two "Survey Ladies" who ask inane questions. Later, in "Of Nice and Men," Rita and Runt lead a daring escape from a farm where rabbits are being raised for their pelts.
Dot Warner parodies the classic opening theme from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" in the "Mary Tyler Dot Song." Next, the wild Warners create a "Windsor Hassle" when they help the Queen refurbish Windsor Castle.
First, in "Video Review," the Warners run amok in a video store late at night. Then, in another effort to overthrow the world, Pinky and The Brain use H.G. Wells' time machine to create an era "When Mice Ruled the Earth."
In "Mobster Mash," the Warners tangle with the head of the Mob while dining at a pasta restaurant. Next, the three zany siblings sing about the beautiful "Lake Titicaca." In the last cartoon, "Icebreakers," Runt becomes a sled dog in the Yukon.
On Christmas Eve, the Warner Bros. chief, Thaddeus Plotz, is subjected to a Dickensian nightmare provided by the Warners in "A Christmas Plotz." Later, the three Warners star in "Little Drummer Warners," a musical version of the nativity.
Warner CEO Thaddeus Plotz has had it with Ralph the security guard's inability to keep the Warner kids from running amok, and has him fired-on Christmas Eve no less. That evening, Plotz is visited by three spirits (who strangely resemble 3 familiar siblings!), that show him the error of his ways.
The Warner siblings confront Ralph the Giant in "The Warners and the Beanstalk," their own version of the fairy tale classic. Another disastrous confrontation occurs when legendary trailblazer Daniel Boone meets "Frontier Slappy" Squirrel.
Wakko and Dr. Scratchansniff have their "Ups and Downs" when they get trapped in an elevator together, for hours. Then, will a "Brave Little Trailer" survive when a fierce tornado tears through his trailer park? Later, in "Yes, Always," Pinky and The Brain demonstrate how voices are recorded for cartoons.
The Warners disrupt Dr. Scratchansniff's date in "Drive Insane." Then, the Goodfeathers chase their girlfriends, the "Girlfeathers," who are playing "hard-to-get." Later, Dot's sweet personality is analyzed in a musical number, "I'm Cute."