Dot: "Come back, Shane-y"!
The Warners escape the water tower using a long wooden plank and a go-cart
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot trespass on Captain Mel's beach, and he tries to use everything within his power to make them leave.
- This cartoon features parodies of various songs from Gilbert & Sullivan operettas H.M.S. Pinafore and Pirates of Penzance.
- Tweety, Daffy, Hugo the Abominable Snowman and Tiny Toon Adventures' Buster and Babs make brief cameos during "I am the Very Model of a Cartoon Individual".
- Yes, Brothers Warner We
- I am the Evil Pirate Captain Mel
- We Shall Run and We Shall Flee
- I am the Very Model of a Cartoon Individual
Slappy Goes WalnutsEdit
- This was the first Slappy Squirrel cartoon.
- Slappy takes a dig at the Disney Afternoon show Bonkers, which she would take another jab at in the cartoon "Rest in Pieces".
- The xylophone gag is a take on a gag used by Yosemite Sam and Daffy Duck on Bugs Bunny in the cartoons Ballot Box Bunny and Show Biz Bugs respectively.
- Slappy tells Doug the Dog that he reminds her of a very young Scooby-Doo.
- The Wonderful World of Walnuts video is a parody of the television program Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color.
- In the second take on the xylophone gag, Slappy calls Doug the Dog "Lionel Hampton", who was a jazz vibraphone player most famous for his time in the Benny Goodman Quartet.
- Strangely, the joke "This frisky little feller likes to hide his nuts in the most unusual places...where the sun don't shine on them..." was not originally in the Fox Kids airing of this cartoon, but was put back into the Kids' WB! and all other syndicated airings.
- Slappy: [watching one of her cartoons] Wild take #32. Regular as clockwork! [belches] Wish everything was regular as clockwork.
- Slappy: Look, you've seen all my old cartoons, right?
- Skippy: About a trillion times!
- Slappy: I've wrestled with Walter Wolf, Sid the Squid, and Beanie the Brain-Dead Bison. This Doug guy here is nothin'.
- Skippy: Yeah, but those were cartoons and this is real life.
- Slappy: [to the audience] Don't tell him. He might crack.
- Slappy: [to Doug the Dog] You remind me of a very young Scooby-Doo.
Yakko sings a song about the vastness of space and the smallness of us compared to it.
- The song's final verse was originally about all the planets, but when Rogel was informed that Paul Rugg was already writing another song about the planets, he changed it.
- The song's ending, which goes "Though we don't know how it got here/We're an important part here/It's a big universe and it's ours!" originally went "You might think that you're essential/Try inconsequential/It's a small world after all!" The ending was likely changed to avoid copyright problems over a certain song.
|Rob Paulsen||Yakko Warner|
|Jess Harnell||Wakko Warner|
|Tress MacNeille||Dot Warner, Young Slappy|
|Sherri Stoner||Slappy Squirrel|
|Nathan Ruegger||Skippy Squirrel|
|Jeff Bennett||Captain Mel|
|Frank Welker||Doug the Dog (uncredited)|
Kathryn Page's CreditEdit
Yakko, Wakko and Dot: We are the very models of cartoon individuals!
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