Animaniacs Episode 11
Air date: 27 Sep. 1993
Season: 1
Variable verse: Yakko, Wakko & Dot: (spoken) How urbane-y...
Gag credit(s): Dallas Cowboy Fan-Kathryn Page
Closing tag: Yakko: I'm Yakko...
Wakko: I'm Wakko...
Dot: And I'm cute!
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Theme Song


Last line

Yakko, Wakko & Dot: (spoken) How urbane-y...

Tower Escape

The Warners escape the water tower by giant bubble.

No Pain, No Painting (406-722)


Written by Peter Hastings
Directed by Alfred Gimeno and Dave Marshall


The Warners audition as models for noted painter Pablo Picasso, who is attempting to find a new style of painting.


  • Picasso speaks with a French accent in the cartoon, probably because the animators mistaken the fact he worked in France as his citizenship. In actuality, Picasso was a native of Spain.


Dot: I would be a great model. What does Christie Brinkley have that I don't have?
Yakko and Wakko: Billy Joel?
Yakko: Did you know there's "P.P" on your smock?"
Dot: Diiiiiiiisgusting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Pablo Picasso: No, no! P.P. stands for Pablo Picasso!
Pablo Picasso: I painted these in my Blue Period and these in my Rose Period.
Yakko: What is next, your Plaid Period?
Dot is dressed in a tartan
Dot{faux-Scottish accent}: Plaid? Yah, I can do plaid!

Les Miseranimals (406-835)


Written by Deanna Oliver
Directed by Gary Hartle & Rich Arons


Rita and Runt star in a parody of the hit musical Les Misérables.


I, Camenbert (Camenbert)

At The End Of My Fork (Tristesse and customers, to the tune of "At the End of the Day" from Les Misérables)

Look At Rita! (Kitty Dukockis, Cat Ballue, Kitty Litter and unidentified kitten, to the tune of "Lovely Ladies" from Les Misérables)

Flat In Gay Paree (Rita, to the tune of "Castle on a Cloud" from Les Misérables)

I Am Definitely... (Runt, to the tune fo "Who Am I?" from Les Misérables)

Rita, Runt (Rita and Runt, to the tune of "Red and Black" from Les Misérables)

  That Hole Is Much Too Small (Rita, to the tune of "A Little Fall of Rain" from Les Misérables)

Do You Hear The Poodles Bark (Runt and Poodles, to the tune of "Do You Hear the People Sing?" from Les Misérables)

Dig Down (Rita, Runt, Poodles and Cats, to the tune of "Look Down" from Les Misérables)

Bitten In Ze Butt (Tristesse, to the tune of "Master of the House" from Les Misérables)

Runt VS. Camenbert (Runt and Camenbert, to the tune of "The Confrontation" from Les Misérables)

At The End Of The Road (Rita, Runt, Poodles and Cats, to the tune of "At the End of the Day" from Les Misérables)


  • The cats sing "Oh dear God, we're living with a Sweeney Todd". This is a reference to Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street, of British folklore who would cut the throats of those he shaved and make them into pies. He would later be immortalized in the Stephen Sondheim musical of the same name.

Chase Ending

The Warners return to the water tower using a flip switch from Wakko's gag bag. When the switch is flipped down, an escalator comes out of the tower. When Ralph flips the switch back up, an anvil falls on his head. The Warners shrug and go back into the tower.


Voice Actors: Character(s):
Rob Paulsen Yakko Warner
Jess Harnell

Wakko Warner

Tress MacNeille Dot Warner
Jeff Bennett Tristesse, Pablo Picasso
Frank Welker Runt, Narrator
Jim Cummings Camenbert
Paul Eiding Miserable Diner
Karen Hartman Kitty Ducockis
Nancy Linari Cat Ballue
Lisa Raggio Kitty Litter
and Bernadette Peters as Rita

Kathryn Page's Credit

Dallas Cowboy Fan


Yakko: I'm Yakko...

Wakko: I'm Wakko...

Dot: And I'm cute!

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