Pinky and the Brain

1995, TV Show


Revolution Burning Questions: The Truth Comes Out

Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito

Revolution's fifth episode was no joke. Every second of "Soul Train" was jam-packed with action and tantalizing teases of the story's mythology. It's also nice to see creator Eric Kripke following through on his promise to quickly provide answers which only lead to bigger questions. Here are the 10 biggest burning questions from Monday's episode, "Soul Train." [Spoilers ahead]

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YouTube's Annoying Orange to Annoy TV Viewers

Annoying Orange

This should be aggravating: YouTube's mind-bogglingly popular Annoying Orange web series is set to make the crossover to television, according to Deadline Hollywood. Six half-hour episodes are being developed as a result of a deal between the series' creator, Dane Boedigheimer, and the management/production company The Collective...
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DVD Pick of the Week: June 19, 2007

Picket Fences Season 1 courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Animation fans will have a blast on June 19! Warner Bros. is releasing sets for The Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain on the 19th. Both shows hit "volume 3" on the same day, though this is the last time they'll be paired together; it's the final volume for Pinky. Warner also has the first season of The Powerpuff Girls, and Shout! Factory will put out the complete Batfink set, featuring 100 episodes (well, they're shorts) on four discs.Fans of classic shows can pick up Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Season 3, volume 1, Perry Mason Season 2, volume 1, or Daniel Boone Season 4 from Liberation Entertainment. Sony will release the first season of Silver Spoons, though that's not really "classic" television (are the '80s considered "classic" now? Maybe "semi-classic"?).My "Pick of the Week" goes to Picket Fences, the 1992 series from David E. Kelley. Though the set contains a single featurette ("All Roads Lead to Rome"), this is one of the most-requested titles on Fans... read more

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Premiered: September 09, 1995, on WB
Rating: TV-Y
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Premise: Two lab mice are always plotting in this spin-off from `Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs.' The series aired in prime time for one season and during the day (weekdays and Saturdays) for four. A `Pinky' spin-off, `Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain,' ran on WB during the 1998-99 series. (Elmyra was a character from the cartoon series `Tiny Toon Adventures.')



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