It’s time again for the Animanicast! Here’s episode thirty-seven with “Dough Dough Boys,” “Boot Camping,” and “General Boo-Regard”
Join Joey, Nathan and Kelly for the thirty-seventh episode of the “Animanicast!” A podcast dedicated to the classic 90s cartoon show Animaniacs! Today’s episode features a discussion of episode 37, the Goodfeathers attempt to send a message in World War I, the Warners go to Boot Camp, and Chicken Boo fights (or flights) in the Civil War.
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Animaniacs S01E37 “Dough Dough Boys,” “Boot Camping,” and “General Boo-Regard”
Each and every week, your hosts revisit an episode of the series in the order in which they first premiered. They discuss their favorite jokes, gags, and discuss all the cultural references they can find! Each episode is then given a “Water Tower Rating” by the hosts. How many water towers will this episode get? This thirty-seventh episode puts members of the Animaniacs into the military with hilarious results!
Dough Dough Boys
The Goodfeathers are messenger pigeons during WWI and must get to the 9th Brigade to deliver an important message! They must face attacks from the ground and the sky!
Kelly likes this episode, mainly because it reminds her of the “Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” when Indy was fighting in the trenches and had great hair.
There are several references to celebrities from the past and present throughout this cartoon. Joey points many of them out. He also points out some of the historical references to World War One and what Dough Boys were.
The hosts discuss their favorite moments and why Pesto was even crankier than usual!
The Warners think they’re off to summer camp, but instead join boot camp! Instead of being miserable however, they decide to drive their drill instructor crazy and eventually he sees things their way… after plunging thousands of feet to the ground.
The hosts discuss their favorite moments and gags in this cartoon. Despite being so funny, this is a cartoon that they don’t remember seeing that often when they were young!
Chicken Boo is posing as a Confederate General in the American Civil War. His cover is blown when he is almost hit by a canon and the North and South start fighting over who will eat him first.
A caricature of Clark Gable appears in this cartoon. Kelly talks about “Gone with the Wind” and how the character of Rhett Butler is similar to the character of Han Solo!
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The Animanicast is a podcast dedicated to the classic animated television series Animaniacs. Join your hosts Joey, Nathan and Kelly as they revisit each episode in the order in which they were released. They’ll discuss their favorite moments, jokes, characters as well as their memories of first watching the episode. Pop cultural references are also discussed in detail. (You might just learn some cool facts!) In the end, each episode receives a “Water Tower Rating” from the hosts. Cue up an episode of Animaniacs on Netflix or on DVD and then listen to the Animanicast to keep the fun going!