The Brain commands a herd of dolphins and sea lions in his latest attempt to take over the world. The Brain must infiltrate the Hackensack Kicky-Sack Sack Kicker factory to carry out his latest plan for global domination in this tongue-twisting episode.
The Brain coaches a last-place baseball club, The New Hampshire Pineapples, to the pennant race. After Pinky unwittingly hits a button on The Brain's robot duplicate of Steven Spielberg (the show's Executive Producer), the robot acts out scenes from Spielberg's movies. The Brain decides he might be better served using a "Ted Turnerator."
"Brainie" and "Pinklet" attempt to take control of the Acme Woods in this whimsical and brutal tale, parodying A.A. Milne's classic "Winnie the Pooh" stories. Pinky and The Brain bring their own inimitable style to a classic Shakespeare.
During a White House conference on the topic "the brain," one of the president's assistants mistakenly invites The Brain. After he becomes trapped in a web of conspiracy and deception, The Brain gets brainwashed and Pinky must save him.
To facilitate The Brain's latest plan, he and Pinky ship themselves to Russia, where they become involved in a James Bond-style adventure. Pinky and The Brain find themselves trapped in the familiar nursery rhyme.
The Pinky and The Brain who live in the future travel back in time to give their present-dwelling counterparts a book on how to take over the world. The present pair travel to the future and find themselves in a world where cockroaches and are ruling the planet. After being captured, they escape to their capsule, which takes them safely back to the lab. But when Pinky leaves the book in the capsule, the craft vanishes, leaving the jet-lagged mice pondering how to take over the world yet again.
Pinky and The Brain team with basketball coach Bobby Nacht and a crew of has-been TV actors to create the best squad in the NBA. With the aid of a mechanical arm and 3-foot-high shoes, The Brain soon achieves the kind of celebrity that he has always dreamed about. But just when The Brain is famous enough to contemplate taking over the world, his unchecked ego keeps him from achieving his lifelong goal.
The Brain enlists the help of beavers in his latest plan to take over the world by flooding it. In return for damming the water, the beavers want gum, boots and shiny things. The Brain makes his first attempt at flooding a city, but the city is well equipped for thwarting the disaster. When the beavers take the shiny remote control The Brain uses to communicate with, Pinky and The Brain are left powerless. Pinky and The Brain try to capture the adoration of the world by becoming movie stars. Their plan backfires when the world considers them comedic geniuses. Attempting to change his image, The Brain releases a dramatic film, but the audience becomes bored and leaves the movie theater, sending the two mice back to the lab.
Pinky (series star ROB PAULSEN) and The Brain's latest plans are hindered by the presence of their new, uninvited sidekick, Larry (guest star voice talent BILLY WEST). In order to gain control of the steel industry, The Brain claims that he and Pinky are among the last of the nearly extinct Mousealope species, whose natural habitat is Pittsburgh.
The Brain, disguised as famous actress-singer Cher, enters a celebrity golf tournament in order to steal Chi Chi Rodriguez' putter, with which he intends to tattoo "Property of Brain" onto the Earth. But in a fit of competitive anger, The Brain breaks the putter across his knee, thus thwarting yet another plan to take over the world. When The Brain invents a machine that brings the Earth (guest star voice talent EARL BOEN) to life, the planet is so grateful that it grants The Brain his every wish. World leaders are forced to pledge their allegiance to The Brain or face the consequences of devastating natural disasters. But The Brain asks too much of the Earth, and the planet turns against him. Gentle Pinky finally convinces the Earth that killing is not in its nature, and the planet asks to return to its former, unconscious self.
Pinky and The Brain are forced to befriend their eccentric neighbor, Sultana, in order to retrieve an important package that he has accepted on their behalf. Posing as Mr. and Mrs. Feldman, the two lab mice visit Sultana's home and slowly win his confidence. Pinky and The Brain's kindness only increase Sultana's feelings of loneliness, however. Sultana tries to end his life by climbing a radio tower in an electrical storm. The Brain, who is actually trying to save the entire planet from being electrocuted, inadvertently saves him. Sultana's promises of eternal gratitude may force the two mice to search for a new apartment.
In the 1960s, Pinky's idiosyncratic observations are mistaken for wisdom, and he is proclaimed a great guru--a fact that The Brain uses to his own advantage. Pinky plans a surprise birthday party for The Brain, inadvertently causing Brain to suspect that Pinky is trying to take over the world without him.
While reading a book to learn from the mistakes of great leaders of the past, The Brain leads Pinky on a whirlwind tour of history in this musical cartoon. Included are profiles of Cleopatra, Caligula, Hannibal and Napoleon. To carry out The Brain's latest plan, he and Pinky go undercover among the Minnesota Rhennish, a strict rural community that eschews modern technology and buttons. Unfortunately, his scheme is interrupted by frequent barn construction.
Famous Hollywood director Gulliver Sloane has a new conspiracy theory: two laboratory mice are attempting to take over the world! The Brain decides to use the publicity to his advantage and invents his own conspiracy theory, claiming that a secret document called the Pinky Protocol entitles him to rule the world. The Brain's plan seems to be working until an antigovernment recluse rescues him and Pinky.
In the 1930s, The Brain notes the popularity of tap dance and constructs a pair of steam-powered legs to send a subtle Morse code message of world domination. Bereft of ideas to take over the world, The Brain travels to Hollywood to get plots from screenwriters.
The Brain uses a dance to demonstrate the true poetic majesty of world domination in this musical interlude. The Brain becomes a fashion designer and Pinky becomes a supermodel to promote a mind-controlling fragrance.
In a horrible lab mishap, Pinky becomes a really suave guy. The Brain and Pinky infiltrate a secret organization of world leaders, where they must endure humiliating initiation rites to succeed in their latest scheme.
In the early 1940s, The Brain opens a resort in Las Vegas to finance a plan and poses as a singing star to draw patrons. In the process, he becomes an ultra-cool icon and the leader of the celebrated Mouse Pack.
Discovering that the best way to take over the world is through pacifism, Pinky and The Brain travel to the Southwest on horseback and create a colony to teach the world the value of peace, love and improvisation.
In Tokyo in the 1950s, The Brain reverses a miniaturization ray to create monsters to scare the city and then rescue it. Trouble occurs when a real monster arrives. The Brain decides that the key to his success is to make Pinky as smart as he is. Pinky and The Brain sing about the various parts of the brain.
In the 1930s, The Brain poses as The Fog and plots to broadcast his hypnotic voice over the radio. Pinky and The Brain alter the inscription on a space probe to show themselves as the dominant species. Pinky sings about cheeses.
The Brain designs a mesmerizing doll, Noodle Noggin, which resembles him. His plan is to make one for every house so he can make people do his every command through mind control. Since it would take him and Pinky over a hundred years to make enough Noodle Noggin dolls on their own, The Brain decides to use Santa's (guest star voice talent EARL BOEN) workshop. He and Pinky go to the North Pole and infiltrate Santa's workplace. Incredibly, they get the dolls made and Santa delivers them to every house around the world. When everyone on the planet is mesmerized and the time comes for The Brain to begin his commands, he is overwhelmed by the Christmas spirit and instead demands that everyone wish each other a Merry Christmas.
Snowball (recurring guest star voice talent RODDY McDOWALL), an evil hamster that also wants to take over the world, interrupts the Brain's chain-letter scheme. Ironically, The Brain must now save the world so that it will be available to conquer the following night.
After purchasing carefully selected properties, The Brain schemes to flood the planet and leave his holdings as the only dry land. He and Pinky bluff their way onto the space shuttle to manipulate the Hubble telescope and focus the sun's rays on the polar ice caps, melting them. But The Brain has made a fatal error in his real estate dealings, which foils the plans.
Knowing that the population craves an honest politician, Pinky and The Brain mechanize the Lincoln Memorial and drive it around town, convincing the population that it's the reincarnated Lincoln. They meet with some success--but not quite enough. To escape a pummeling from irate lab mice, The Brain tells the story of Don Cerebro de La Mancha--a tale of hope that ends with the musical number, "The Impossible Scheme."
Pinky arrives in Vienna circa 1946 to search for his friend, The Brain. Several people tell him that The Brain was killed in a chemical explosion. It is later revealed that The Brain is alive, but faked his death in the hopes of starting a new life. Both Pinky and The Brain have lost their ability to see in the dark due to being the subjects of numerous genetic experiments. The Brain decides to capture some ordinary field mice and clone their DNA code to restore his night vision. However, the two mice The Brain captures are his parents. The Brain is at first very excited to see them, but his parents soon begin bothering him. The Brain convinces his parents to move to Florida, but he also promises to visit them on Thanksgiving.
"If you build it, they will come" could be the motto for The Brain's (series star MAURICE LaMARCHE) latest scheme for world domination. Enlisting the help of his barely helpful sidekick, Pinky (series star ROB PAULSEN), The Brain builds an enormous paper-mâché replica of the Earth that he calls Brainus. The Brain hopes to lure admirers, worshipers and fans from all over the globe, and begins a massive giveaway of free T-shirts which proclaim the wearer's love of Brain's planetary creation. But when Brainus is destroyed by a wayward asteroid, the citizens of Earth are left without a new planet and they return to their pre-Brainus existence, leaving Pinky and The Brain to ponder their next attempt at taking over the world.
The evil alien, Zalgar, the Brain Eater, desires The Brain's cranium for dinner. But when one of Zalgar's space probes is shot down by an Air Force jet, Pinky and The Brain leave Acme Labs to find the alien craft, narrowly escaping Zalgar's arrival on Earth. Hungry for brains, Zalgar follows the two laboratory mice to Roswell Military Base and uses the best of his advanced alien technology to try to get at the contents of The Brain's head. An extended chase ensues, with Pinky and The Brain finally escaping in the downed space probe. Little do they know that, in the end, an eager Air Force pilot may be their worst enemy.
Pinky and The Brain pose as pharaohs in order to be "discovered" by explorers in the Egyptian pyramids. Wrapping themselves in toilet paper, Pinky and The Brain sneak into a pyramid so that when the excavators open the door they can announce themselves as King Khufu and his brother, George. Pinky and The Brain decide to pose as "Robin Brain and his Mallard Men." At first, they are welcomed because of widespread hatred for Robin Hood, but soon they become the targets of the town's vengeance when they steal from the rich and keep all the money for themselves. Pinky and The Brain are run out of the forest and left to ponder their next attempt at world domination.
Loved by the citizens of the country, Pinky runs for president with The Brain running as his vice president. The plan is working until The Brain's instruction book on world domination is stolen and he is impeached. When Pinky accepts the blame, he also gets impeached and the mice return to the ACME Labs to ponder how to take over the world.
In their latest attempt to take over the world, The Brain plots to become a football hero and make the world fall in love with him. His plan is to devastate his fans by injuring himself, gaining their unbridled sympathy and support, and then become ruler of the world. Once injured, The Brain calls each country's leader and asks if he can rule their country. Pitying him, they allow him to do so. Of course, the plan backfires when The Brain begins to make speeches announcing that he is the overlord. Everyone across the planet laughs.
Pinky and The Brain are "saved" by animal rights activists and released in the jungle, where they discover that The Brain's nemesis, Snowball, is worshipped as a king. While trying to find their way back to the lab, Pinky and The Brain meet Snowball, who captures them and plots their demise. But Pinky saves himself and The Brain from danger. While escaping from Snowball, they are captured by the animal rights activists again and taken back to ACME Labs.
In this Samson and Delilah parody, The Brain tries to gain control of Samson's strength, but he can't figure out the source. When he accidentally gets a lock of Samson's strength-giving hair, The Brain's dreams of power are shattered. Once again, the two mice are left to ponder their next plan. The Brain joins a self-help group to overcome his addiction to power. But The Brain soon realizes that his obsession with taking over the world is not driven by a lust for power but is a desire to make the world a better place. He immediately returns to his former ways.
When a scientist from a dying planet sends his infant son rocketing to Earth, Pinky and The Brain find the superbaby and decide to raise him in the lab. The Brain attempts to teach the boy to assist in his plan for world domination, but the baby is not interested and destroys the lab with his superhuman strength. The Brain has a plan to take over the world by sending a subliminal message of complete subjugation to the human race with his subsonic transmitter. First, however, he and Pinky must recover the dilithium matrix chip from the Labyrinth-A-Tron 4000, a new and very perilous high-tech maze. Using both intellect and agility, they complete the maze, but eventually, Pinky's unbridled appetite for cheese thwarts The Brain's plan.
Two laboratory mice take on the modern world in an intelligently silly way. In the grand tradition of sophisticated, irreverent Warner Bros. humor, The Brain, who is a gifted genius, and Pinky, who is absolutely not, relentlessly plot to rule the Earth, as they devise intricate, scientific, adventurous and just plain ludicrous schemes.
Loved the cartoon. But... Steeep price for somethings that feels very incomplete.
LOVE the show,Hate that Google Play only has some of the series out of the 3 available DVD sets on digital
Picky and the brain Nice lmao
wish they had a game of trying to take over the world
Narf! I miss this show!
I miss this show!!!
Anuj Rana March 15, 2016
Loved the cartoon. But... Steeep price for somethings that feels very incomplete.
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