Animaniacs Season 3
Animaniacs Season 3
First Air Date: September 09, 1995
|First Aired on||:||1995|
3x46 The Big Wrap Party Tonight (February 24, 1996)
The Warners sing about their big third-season wrap party at the water tower.
3x45 The Return of the Great Wakkorotti (February 24, 1996)
Wakko, suffering from laryngitis and unable to belch, uses fart sounds from his hands to perform the "Chinese Dance" from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite.
3x44 The Ballad of Magellan (February 24, 1996)
The Warners sing a song about Ferdinand Magellan to the tune of "Git Along, Little Dogies".
3x43 Hello Nurse (February 24, 1996)
Wakko sings a song about his favorite girl (Hello Nurse, of course).
3x42 Panama Canal (February 24, 1996)
Yakko sings a song on the Latin American waterway to the tune of "Low Bridge".
3x41 Wakko's 2-Note Song (February 24, 1996)
Wakko proves to Schratchnsniff that his song made of two notes is actual music.
3x40 Valuable Lesson (February 03, 1996)
The Warners are visited by network censors after harassing Attila the Hun, their cartoons being too violent.
3x39 Our Final Space Cartoon, We Promise (February 03, 1996)
The Warners wake up from suspended animation in a spaceship in a parody of 2001: A Space Odyssey. When AL5000, the computer of the ship, orders them to return to their sleeping pods, the Warners refuse to and things get out of hand.
3x38 Belly Button Blues (February 03, 1996)
Katie Ka-Boom gets furious when her parents will not let her wear clothes that are "in-style" at her school, since they make her belly button visible.
3x37 Soccer Coach Slappy (February 03, 1996)
Slappy is the coach of Skippy's soccer team. Skippy keeps getting hit in the face by the ball, causing him to cry and Slappy deciding to put him out of the game. But at the final game, the last ball that hits Skippy's face gives the team the win.
3x36 Gunga Dot (February 03, 1996)
In a parody of Rudyard Kipling's poem Gunga Din, Dot is the only one with water in a village and everyone wants it, because it is hot out.
3x35 The Girl with the Googily Goop (February 03, 1996)
A showing of the Warners' appearance in a Googi Goop cartoon, "Little Red Riding Goop".
3x34 Dot's Entertainment (February 03, 1996)
Dot is hired to take up an act in a famous musical. When the director, Andy Lloud Webby, becomes annoying, she and her brothers decide to ruin it.
3x33 The 12 Days of Christmas Song (January 27, 1996)
The little bird from "Wild Blue Yonder" (accompanied by the Animaniacs orchestra) sings The Twelve Days of Christmas, with all of the gifts being turtledoves.
3x32 Oh! Say Can You See? (January 27, 1996)
The Flame is present and watches along as Francis Scott Key writes The Star-Spangled Banner during the War of 1812.
3x31 The Party (January 27, 1996)
The Warners invite several people to their water tower in expectation of a surprise guest, who Thaddeus Plotz believes to be Steven Spielberg, but is really a different "Steven".
3x30 My Mother The Squirrel (January 27, 1996)
The little bird from Wild Blue Yonder returns and is adopted by Slappy.
3x29 Yabba Dabba Boo (November 18, 1995)
Chicken Boo attends a table read for the movie The Flintstones.
3x28 The Sound of Warners (November 18, 1995)
In a musical parody of The Sound of Music, Mr. Plotz hires Prunella Flundergust (a parody of Maria von Trappe), a nanny who unknowingly gives the Warners a hard time with her singing and motherly personality. Since they can't do anything to her, they get Slappy Squirrel to take care of her.
3x27 The Flame Returns, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (November 11, 1995)
The Flame is present as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow writes his famous poem called "Paul Revere's Ride"
3x26 Don't Tread on Us (November 11, 1995)
Pinky and the Brain plot to replace the Declaration of Independence with Brain's Declaration of Obedience, which will make him emperor of the world.
3x25 The Presidents Song (November 11, 1995)
To the William Tell Overture, the Warners sing about all presidents from George Washington to Bill Clinton.
3x24 Multiplication Song (November 04, 1995)
Yakko sings a song about multiplying 47 by 83.
3x23 Go Fish (November 04, 1995)
Wakko gets in a fight with himself over a game of Go Fish.
3x22 Star Truck (November 04, 1995)
The Warners are beamed onto their favorite old sci-fi show, Star Truck, where they cause chaos to the crew and introduce engineer Squatty to donuts.
3x21 This Pun For Hire (November 04, 1995)
In a parody of The Maltese Falcon and film-noir, the Warners (as detectives) search and protect a mysterious statue from several suspicious characters (Minerva, Hello Nurse, Dr. Scratchansniff, and Ralph).
3x20 Hercules Unwound (October 21, 1995)
After the Warners walk out of this cartoon too, Pinky and the Brain plan to steal Zeus' lightning bolts in ancient Greece as part of Brain's latest plan to take over the world.
3x19 Buttons in Ows (October 21, 1995)
Buttons and Mindy parody The Wizard of Oz.
3x18 Gimme The Works (October 21, 1995)
Tired of their episode's latest plot (meeting a hot-dog salesman), the Warners walk out of their cartoon.
3x17 Method To Her Madness (September 30, 1995)
In the 1950s, Slappy and Skippy attend a method acting class, which Slappy turns into a comedy class.
3x16 The Kid In The Lid (September 30, 1995)
The Warners visit brother and sister Mary and Scooter and raise a ruckus in the style of The Cat in the Hat. Guest appearance by Charlton Woodchuck.
3x15 All the Words in the English Language (September 30, 1995)
Throughout the episode, Yakko tries to sing all of the words in the English language dictionary to the tune of the "Mexican Hat Dance", similar to the previous skit, "Yakko's World".
3x14 The Tiger Prince (September 30, 1995)
A parody of the grand opening of Disney's "The Lion King".
3x13 Please Please Please Get a Life Foundation (September 23, 1995)
The Warners try to tell people in a TV commercial to "get a life" instead of going over every little reference in their show.
3x12 Gimme A Break (September 23, 1995)
Slappy tries to get away from the filming of a blockbuster action movie on her vacation day.
3x11 A Hard Day's Warners (September 23, 1995)
In a parody of The Beatles in A Hard Day's Night, the Warners run from their fans as they try to reach a cartoon convention. Guest appearances by Pinky and the Brain; Elmyra Duff is among the crowd of fans.
3x10 Bingo (September 16, 1995)
Dr. Scratchansniff has only one player for his weekly bingo game – Wakko.
3x09 Three Tenors and You're Out (September 16, 1995)
Slappy's plans to take Skippy to a baseball game at Dodger Stadium go wrong when an opera performance by the famed Domino, Pepperoni, and Carumba is scheduled for that night instead. The singers (a parody of the Three Tenors) return at the end of the show to perform a shortened version of the Animaniacs theme. This episode also features parodies of Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Simon.
3x08 Variety Speak (September 16, 1995)
Yakko and Dot explain to Wakko through song about how to read the headlines in Variety Magazine.
3x07 A Quake, a Quake! (September 09, 1995)
The Warners sing a song about the 1994 Northridge earthquake.
3x06 Wakko's New Gookie (September 09, 1995)
Wakko tries to come up with a new "gookie", or bizarre facial expression.
3x05 Nutcracker Slappy (September 09, 1995)
Slappy and Skippy resort to extreme measures in order to crack the last nut in the kitchen, accompanied by music from The Nutcracker. Guest appearance by Charlton "Baynarts" Woodchuck (from "Hollywoodchuck").
3x04 Super Strong Warner Siblings (September 09, 1995)
In a parody of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the Warners fight against a giant insect destroying the Warner Studio.
3x03 U.N. Me (September 09, 1995)
The Warners sing about the United Nations to the tune of "Down by the Riverside".
3x02 Rest in Pieces (September 09, 1995)
Slappy is asked to attend Walter's funeral, which is really a ruse planned by Walter to blow Slappy sky-high.
3x01 Deduces Wild (September 09, 1995)
The Warners bother Sherlock Holmes for help with their scavenger hunt.