As the Warners drive him crazy, Dr. Scratchansniff sings a song of woe "The Monkey Song" to a calypso beat, while the rest of the "Animaniacs" cast sings the chorus. Next, In "De-Zanitized," frazzled Dr. Scratchansniff, the studio psychiatrist, uses every psychiatric technique he knows to "de-zani-tize" the Warners because the kids are just too zany. Finally, in "Nighty-Night Toon," the Warners and company spoof a famous children's bedtime storybook.
The Warners help Albert Einstein discover the theory of relativity in "Cookies For Einstein." Then, to finance his latest scheme to overthrow the world, The Brain becomes a contestant on a game show, where he hopes to "Win Big." Finally in an upbeat ditty, Yakko sings the name of every country in the world ("Yakko's World").
"Slappy Goes Walnuts" as she and Skippy Squirrel gathers walnuts from the yard of their nemesis, Doug the Dog. Next, Yakko takes everyone on a trip through "Yakko's Universe," as he sings about the galaxies with the Warners. In "H.M.S. Yakko," a musical tribute to Gilbert & Sullivan, the Warners encounter the evil pirate, Captain Mel.
In "Hooked on a Ceiling," the Warners help Michelangelo paint the Sistine Chapel. Later, the subject of "Goodfeathers: The Beginning" is explored. To become a Goodfeather, Squit must pass the initiation test: find some food.
When potential foreign investors want to meet the wacky Warner siblings, the studio boss orders Dr. Scratchansniff to train the untamable trio.
First, the wacky Warner siblings sing the "Flipper Parody Song." Next, the Warners cause "Temporary Insanity" when the studio boss' secretary goes home sick and the Warners act as temporary office workers. Later, in "Operation Lollipop," Mindy leads Buttons on a frantic chase to the airport and into the wild blue yonder. And finally, the Warner siblings answer the musical question, "What Are We?"
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