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Going hogwild on YouTube

So today was vegetate in front of 'puter day.

Played around with YouTube a bit.

Haven't like registered or anything.. after all, I need to minimise the chances of ever uploading something like this one day, LOL.

Anyways... so I hunted down some clips of a much-missed adult-oriented cartoon I absolutely loved during my university days : ANIMANIACS!!!!

My fave Slappy Squirrel skit: Who's on stage [blogged about it before HERE]


My fave skit involving the Warners themselves? Not sure... but I gotta say I'd visualise most of this skit while I had the CD playing in the car [yes I own two Animaniacs CDs] - i bet lots of Malaysian drivers wondered what on earth was cracking me up so much, LOL!


My fave Animaniacs character? Sure, I enjoyed Pinky & The Brain... but hands down it has to be WAKKO! Is anyone surprised at all by that?

But here's something I had never seen before,,, and I think if I'd seen it during my uni years I probably wouldn't have appreciated as much as now [especially when I only *just* watched the DS-9 tribble episode last night!] [and that was my first tribble episode EVAH!]. It's just under 10 mins, be warned!


Oh,,, and the best part of all this???? I found out that Animaniacs is FINALLY being released on DVD!!! Season 1 only, for the moment. 25 out of the 99 episodes. I WANNNNNNNNNNNNT!!!!!!

The end.

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  1. We actually broke out in the theme song for Animaniacs a few weeks ago... it was a fabulous show... *wistful sigh*

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  2. You know you wanna make a music video. You KNOW it.

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