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- “The same thing we do every night, Pinky; try to take over the world!“
- — The Brain
The Brain, or simply Brain, is an intelligent megalomaniac mouse and is one of the two major protagonists of the Pinky and The Brain segments as well as it’s spinoff shows. He is a mouse that harbors a long-lasting desire to take over the world, for which he makes nightly attempts at doing. His assistant, Pinky, is more dim-witted and excitable, which often irritates Brain, though he is secretly fond of him.
He is voiced by Maurice LaMarche.
Brain is a short, anthropomorphic white-furred mouse; in the Animaniacs reboot, his fur is more off-white. He has large ears, a red nose, and pink skin on his paws and crooked tail, as well as matching pink eyes. He doesn’t often stand up straight, instead hunching his shoulders slightly. Notably, he has a very large and wide head, housing his abnormally large brain.
A future incarnation of Brain appears in the reboot cartoon “Future Brain,” who, while still looking pretty much the same as his past self, appears to be half-mouse and half-robot, with great portions of his body parts having been replaced by robotic parts, specifically his right arm and left side of his skull. He has a scar down his right eye while one red light replaces his left one. His appearance also consists of a dark purple collarless cape and a slightly torn left ear. Judging by Future Brain’s reaction when Pinky bites his bionic limb to free himself from his grip, it could be assumed that it is due to some touch reception settings being installed in that arm. Additionally, given Future Brain’s tone and how he gazes at his metallic restraints when mentioning how “Pinky has betrayed him at every turn,” this could imply that Pinky was either involved or the cause of his injuries. His voice is also, notably, deeper than his past self’s, most likely due to maturation.
In the original Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain spin-off, Brain is two years old. By the 2020 Animaniacs reboot, he is likely about three, as Pinky is his same age.
Described in the intro as a “genius”, Brain is incredibly intelligent and believes himself to be quite logical. He tends to make himself appear unemotional and cold, and often speaks in a snarky, deadpan tone. He often makes incredibly complicated plans in hopes of taking over the world and establishing himself as its ruler. However, this plans will often fail due to an overlooked flaw, either something he neglected to notice or an incident caused by Pinky. However many times this occurs, he refuses to be deterred from his goal, and gets to work preparing for the following night’s plan.
Brain does not want to take over the world simply to be a dictator; he believes that he would be able to be an effective ruler due to his increased intelligence. He actually is shown to be a good leader when not focused on world domination, as he stands up to cruelty and easily inspires others. However, Brain’s traumatic childhood led to him gaining a control complex; he becomes nervous and upset when he does not have control over a situation and often acts rashly in an attempt to gain his position back. This can be seen in his frustration when plans go awry, and most obviously in “Welcome to the Jungle,” in which his lack of ability to survive in the wild drove him into a breakdown. This also leads him to be incredibly authoritative over others, such as Pinky and Julia, often to both their detriment and his.
Despite being vastly intelligent, Brain does not have great social skills; he is often blunt, awkward or confused when talking to others. He can also become easily annoyed by what he perceives as stupid or inane actions, and will get quickly angered if insulted. He can sometimes become jealous when Pinky becomes more popular than him in the process of their night’s plan, though he will later regret his actions towards his friend.
Brain is not good at showing his emotions, instead suppressing them in order to better make his plans. However, as mentioned, he is shown to panic when out of control, and he also often shows affection to those he is close to, such as Pinky (see below section) and Snowball, whom he tried to save even after their friendship had fallen apart and following multiple betrayals. He also seeks approval from parental figures, going so far as to genetically alter his biological parents in hopes of being able to communicate with them.
On occasion Brain has gained a romantic attraction, though it doesn’t usually end well. He gained an attraction to Billie, another lab mouse, though she didn’t return his affections. In “The Third Mouse,” he attempted to give up world domination in order to pursue a relationship with a mouse named Trudy, though he ultimately failed as he realized he loved the world more. He also granted Julia intelligence so that she could pose as his wife during a scheme of his, but after he attempted to mind-control her, she was driven insane and escaped, before vowing to take over the world herself. They currently refer to each other as their ex. He’s also heavily hinted to be attracted to his cagemate, Pinky (see below section).
He has a major dislike for popular culture, including sports (though in the reboot he warms up to basketball) and especially television shows, which he finds to be inane drivel. In the reboot, this is updated to show a major dislike of the internet trends and webshows that Pinky seems fascinated by.
In the 2020 reboot, Brain’s plans tend to escalate to more intense extremes, such as suggesting training children to build bombs. According to voice actor Maurice LaMarche, the reason that the writers gave for this was that Brain had been attempting to take over the world for so long that he was “ready to use laser beams.” His control issues are also brought more to the forefront, as well as his issues expressing his emotions, specifically towards Pinky.
Relationship with Pinky
While Brain would deny it, he has a close bond with his cagemate Pinky; despite him consistently annoying him and “messing up his plans,” Brain still makes an effort to include Pinky in his nightly plans and explain things to him, as well as tending to keep Pinky close to him. Even after (falsely) determining that Pinky was the source of his errors, Brain refused to rid himself of his friend, instead opting to attempt to make him smarter, and when a future version of him attempted to get him to abandon Pinky, Brain adamantly refused.
Brain gets annoyed by Pinky’s behaviors, which he perceives as stupid; these include Pinky’s repeated words such as “narf,” his easily-distracted and in-the-clouds mind, his constant (usually unrelated) questions, and the fact he is, unlike Brain, very open with his emotions and physically affectionate. When Pinky does something incredibly irritating, Brain often berates him or uses him for slapstick violence; while Pinky admits he’s bothered by the insults, he actually enjoys the physical pain, which is shown to be true as he seems impervious to any kind of torture and sometimes actively seeks out activities that could prove harmful to others.
Despite this, Brain is very attached to Pinky and shows a great loyalty to him. He has been shown to be in great distress when Pinky is in danger, and literally went to hell and back for him, even choosing to give up the world for him.
While not directly stated in as many words, is also heavily implied that he harbors romantic feelings for Pinky. His original love interest, Billie, was incredibly similar to Pinky in both personality and appearance. Several times he and Pinky have been portrayed as spouses for one of their plans or, in some cases, a full sketch. The pair have also stood in for love interests in multiple parodies, such as North by Northwest, Run Lola Run and The Graduate. Brain also seemed to show an attraction to Pinky Suavo, referring to himself as “hypnotized” by him, and his actions towards Pinky and Phar Fignewton in Wakko’s Wish could easily be read as jealousy, especially when he remarks that “Pinky needs a mousy date.” There is also a specific shot in “Bride of Pinky” in which, while attempting to figure out how to comfort a crying Pinky, he seems to lean in for a kiss, before backing out at the last moment.
The two of them had a genetically-cloned child together, Romy, and an episode entitled after their relationship name, “Brinky,” in which Romy refers to him and Brain as his “two dads.” In one of the Pinky and the Brain comics, Pinky became upset and jealous when Brain wouldn’t let him play as Romy’s mother.
Things That The Brain Hates
Brain has noted his dislike for many things throughout the years. These include:
- Andrew Floyd Webster musicals
- Backwards Gary
- Baloney the Dinosaur 
- Beauty Pageants
- “Beef Burgers”
- Being chided
- Being mistaken for a refrigerator, microwave, toaster and vacuum
- Being out-smarted
- Clowns 
- Cold winter weather
- The Fashion/Modeling Industry 
- Gallagher 
- Good Idea, Bad Idea segments
- The Groggles
- Hackensack Socko Kicky-Sack Sack Kickers
- The Maze in ACME Labs
- Most world leaders 
- Nifty Bizarre, his agent
- Open Mic Nights
- The Paparazzi 
- Pauly Shore
- Pinky’s stupidity
- Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain
- Puns 
- The Schmeerskahoven
- The Sea
- The singers in “Brainie The Poo”
- Theatrical arts
- Unexpected cameos 
- The Unexpected in general
- Voice Directors
- The WB Network 
- The WB’s “Everybody Dubba!” campaign, as well as repeated utterances of the phrase “Dubba” 
- Zalgar the Brain-Eater
Simply put they’re all the worst.
The exact nature of Brain’s hyperintelligence is explained in several different scenarios; whether all incidents happened or some of them are non-canon is unknown. There is also contradictory information as to whether or not his segments’ events happen in-canon or if he and Pinky are simply actors; or even a mix of both.
Brain was born as a regular field mouse. Unfortunately, as a child he was captured by Acme Labs scientists and sent to a research facility. Young Brain was traumatized by this incident, as well as the following brainwashing he experienced into becoming a regular lab mouse; remembering the illustration of the planet on the side of the can he had lived in, this planted in him a subconscious desire to “get the world back.” Brain was also put through cruel experiments which instilled in him a loss of control and a desire to gain control back.
During his childhood, he became friends with another experimental animal, a hamster named Snowball, who lived in the cage near him. The two of them were put through the gene splicer, which unfortunately caused Snowball to turn evil; they later broke off their friendship based on disagreements on how best to seize power.
Supposedly around September 9, 1995, Brain was put through the gene splicer again, this time with Pinky; the two of them had been selected for an experiment entitled Project BRAIN, which stood for Biological Recombinant Algorithmic Intelligence Nexus. He was chosen for this project due to his above-average intelligence and despite his aggressive behavior towards the scientists. After being placed in a cage with Pinky, Brain was inspired by his choosing his own name and decided to name himself after the project; this also caused Brain to realize how incredibly knowledgable he had become, and he began to absorb information from the local lab computer. Deciding that humanity was worthless, he decided he should prove his intelligence and be given a position of power. Pinky then accidentally electrocuted Brain, causing the scientists to believe the experiment had made him dumber. The project was cancelled after Brain bit a manager, but the two mice were kept together, with the intention of Brain keeping Pinky company. Pinky then accidentally gave Brain the idea to take over the world, saying that then he could make everyone “wear very shiny pants.”
Pinky and the Brain were given their own major segment in the show Animaniacs, featuring their adventures to take over the world. Their segment would later prove so popular that they received their own spin-off show, with several elements established in Animaniacs becoming a staple of the series.
Brain was established as a genius laboratory mouse with the single-minded goal of taking over the world. He will come up with increasingly complicated plans, but often will catch an unforeseen snag that topples it all like dominoes; however, he will shrug this off and get ready to try again the next night. He is incredibly annoyed and angered by his cagemate Pinky’s antics, often to the point of putting him through slapstick violence. Despite this, he always includes Pinky in his plans, and shows a soft spot for him through it all.
The mice were featured in several segments taking place during different time periods, though their usual setting was still Acme Labs, and they occasionally appeared in crossover segments with the other Animaniacs characters. In “Animaniacs Stew”, Brain was paired with Mindy, who accidentally foiled his plans with her escapades, and in “Pitter Patter of Little Feet,” he was accidentally adopted by the Hip Hippos.
After receiving their spinoff, the mice appeared in Animaniacs segments less frequently, though they still had several cameos. The episode “A Hard Day’s Warners,” the Warner siblings used Pinky and the Brain’s popularity as a distraction in order to escape several rabid fans at a convention.
They returned for the finale film Wakko’s Wish, in which both mice lived in the town of Acme Falls. Brain planned to find the fallen Wishing Star and use it to make himself ruler, while dealing with Pinky along the way. After the Warners retake the throne, they appoint Brain their royal advisor, and he gives Pinky the job of royal stablehand so that he can be closer to his girlfriend, Phar Fignewton. Brain declares that he intends to take over the kingdom in the sequel.
Pinky and the Brain
After the incredible success of Pinky and the Brain’s segment on Animaniacs, the two mice were given their own spinoff show. Like the previous show, each episode focuses on one of their attempts to take over the world, though they now have an extended runtime and their own recurring characters. Brain also briefly maintained his own nation, “Brainania”, as part of a scheme to collect foreign aid for a larger plan.
Though the show was mainly episodic, a few recurring plot points appeared, such as slightly clarifying the Acme Labs Gene Splicer and its effects on the mice. A few plotlines followed with supporting characters, such as Snowball’s attempts to take the world before Brain. Brain temporarily reunited with his parents, but after making them more intelligent in a desperate hope to gain their approval, they ended up favoring Pinky. His full backstory is also slowly revealed in occasional episodes, though he still shoves his trauma aside in order to stay focused on his goal of world domination.
Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain
After the destruction of Acme Labs, Pinky and the Brain escape the burned remains and end up on the run from Wally Faust, a parody of Christopher Walken. After fleeing several labs, they ended up trapped inside a pet store, and were accidentally purchased by Elmyra Duff. Pinky and the Brain end up living in Elmyra’s bedroom, while Brain continues to attempt world domination.
As of the 2020 Animaniacs reboot, this series of events is non-canon, likely due to the fact the fans, cast and crew heavily disliked the show.
Pinky and the Brain returned to Animaniacs for its 2020 reboot; their absence in the last twenty-two years was explained away as Brain inventing the internet and Pinky undergoing rigorous psycho-therapy, which was quickly undone. The mice continue their plans to take over the world from Acme Labs. Brain continues to come up with complex ideas that ultimately fail, though he seems to get angry a bit more often and has become a little more villainous in his attempts.
Pinky’s luck in contrast to Brain’s failures is pointed out explicitly in several episodes, with several antagonists deciding that Pinky must be the real supervillain due to Brain’s continued failures. This also includes a Future Brain, who believes that Pinky intentionally sabotaged all of his plans and attempts to persuade Brain to abandon him; however, Brain refuses, calling Pinky his loyal assistant. Throught the reboot, he is shown to struggle with his attachment to Pinky, doing his best to hide his emotions and yet rushing to defend Pinky if threatened. He slowly begins to open up to Pinky, first about his past and then later asking forgiveness for hurting him emotionally.
Pinky and the Brain gain a new antagonist, Julia; Brain genetically altered her in order to assist in one of his schemes, but after he had lost control of her, Brain desperately tried to gain it back by altering her mind. This backfired, as Julia went insane and escaped, also attempting to take over the world as well as cause problems for him. Due to this, they have a very antagonistic relationship.
In a possible dig at Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain, a recurring joke involves the two mice attempting to add a new mouse named Egwind to their friend group, only for Egwind to be comedically killed off, to their indifference.
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|Useless Facts||Absent||The Senses Song||Cameo||The World Can Wait||Appears||Kiki’s Kitten||Absent|
|Mary Tyler Dot Song||Absent||Windsor Hassle||Absent||…And Justice for Slappy||Absent|
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|Video Review||Absent||When Mice Ruled the Earth||Appears|
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|Of Course You Know This Means Warners||Absent||Up a Tree||Absent||Wakko’s Gizmo||Absent|
|Meet John Brain||Appears||Smell Ya Later||Absent|
|Karaoke Dokie||Absent||Cranial Crusader||Appears||The Chicken Who Loved Me||Absent|
|Baloney and Kids||Absent||Super Buttons||Absent||The Driving Lesson||Absent|
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|With Three You Get Eggroll||Absent||Mermaid Mindy||Absent||Call Waiting||Absent|
|Lookit the Fuzzy Heads||Absent||No Face Like Home||Absent|
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|We’re No Pigeons||Absent||Whistle Stop Mindy||Absent||The Broken Date||Absent|
|Miami Mama-Mia||Absent||Pigeon on the Roof||Absent|
|I’m Mad||Absent||Bad Mood Bobby||Absent||The Blemish||Absent||Fake||Absent|
|Super Strong Warner Siblings||Absent||Nutcracker Slappy||Absent||Wakko’s New Gookie||Absent||A Quake, a Quake!||Cameo|
|Variety Speak||Absent||Three Tenors and You’re Out||Absent||Bingo||Absent||Finale||Absent|
|Deduces Wild||Absent||Rest in Pieces||Absent||U.N. Me||Absent|
|A Hard Day’s Warners||Appears||Gimme a Break||Absent||Please Please Please Get a Life Foundation||Absent|
|The Tiger Prince||Absent||All the Words in the English Language||Absent||The Kid in the Lid||Absent||Method to Her Madness||Absent|
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|Ten Short Films About Wakko Warner||Absent||No Time for Love||Absent||The Boo Network||Absent|
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|It||Absent||Dot, The Macadamia Nut||Appears||Bully for Skippy||Absent|
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|Pinky and the Fog||Appears||Where No Mouse Has Gone Before||Appears||Cheese Roll Call||Absent|
|TV or Not TV||Appears|
|A Pinky and the Brain Christmas||Appears|
|Around the World in 80 Narfs||Appears|
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|The Third Mouse||Appears||The Visit||Appears|
|It’s Only A Paper World||Appears|
|Collect ’em All||Appears||Pinkasso||Appears|
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|The Pink Candidate||Appears|
|Welcome to the Jungle||Appears|
|A Little Off the Top||Appears||Megalomaniacs Anonymous||Appears|
|The Mummy||Appears||Robin Brain||Appears|
|Two Mice and a Baby||Appears||The Maze||Appears|
|Brain of the Future||Appears|
|Leave it to Beavers||Appears||Cinebrainia||Appears|
|Pinky and the Brain… And Larry||Appears||Where the Deer and the Mousealopes Play||Absent|
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|My Feldmans, My Friends||Appears|
|All You Need Is Narf||Absent||Pinky’s Plan||Appears|
|This Old Mouse||Appears|
|A Meticulous Analysis of History||Appears||Funny, You Don’t Look Rhennish||Appears|
|The Pinky Protocol||Appears|
|Mice Don’t Dance||Appears||Brain Drained||Appears|
|Pinky and the Brainmaker||Appears||Calvin Brain||Appears|
|The Real Life||Appears|
|A Pinky and the Brain Halloween||Appears|
|Leggo My Ego||Appears||Big in Japan||Appears|
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|Operation Sea Lion||Appears||You Said a Mouseful||Appears|
|The Tailor and the Mice||Appears||Bah, Wilderness||Appears|
|Pinky at the Bat||Appears||Schpiel-borg 2000||Appears|
|The Megalomaniacal Adventures of Brainie the Poo||Appears||The Melancholy Brain||Appears|
|Inherit the Wheeze||Appears|
|Brain’s Night Off||Appears||Beach Blanket Brain||Appears|
|The Family That Poits Together, Narfs Together||Appears|
|Pinky’s Turn||Appears||Your Friend: Global Domination||Appears|
|You’ll Never Eat Food Pellets In This Town Again||Appears|
|What Ever Happened to Baby Brain||Appears||Just Say Narf||Appears|
|The Pinky P.O.V.||Absent||The Really Great Dictator||Appears||Brain Food||Appears|
|Brainwashed: Brain, Brain, Go Away||Appears|
|Brainwashed: I Am Not a Hat||Appears|
|Brainwashed: Wash Harder||Appears|
|To Russia With Lab Mice||Absent||Hickory Dickory Bonk||Appears|
|The Pinky and the Brain Reunion Special||Appears|
|A Legendary Tail||Appears||Project B.R.A.I.N.||Absent|
|Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain (1998-1999)|
|Patty Ann||Appears||Gee, Your Hair Spells Terrific||Appears|
|Cute Little Alienhead||Appears||Better Living Through Cheese||Appears|
|My Fair Brainy!||Appears||The Cat Who Cried Woof||Absent|
|The Girl With Nothing Extra||Appears||Narfily Ever After||Appears|
|The Icky Mouse Club||Appears||The Man From Washington||Appears|
|At the Hop!||Appears||Pinky’s Dream House||Appears|
|Yule Be Sorry||Appears||How I Spent My Weekend||Appears|
|Wag the Mouse||Appears||A Walk in the Park||Appears|
|Squeeze Play||Appears||The Ravin!||Appears|
|Teleport a Friend||Appears|
|Mr. Doctor||Appears||That’s Edutainment!||Appears|
|Fun, Time and Space||Appears||Hooray for Meat||Appears|
|Party Night||Appears||The Mask of Braino||Appears|
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|Warners Unbound||Absent||How to Brain Your Dragon||Appears||Suffragette City||Cameo|
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|Rome Sweet Rome||Absent||Backwards Pinky||Appears||Wakko’s Short Shorts: Now Loading||Absent|
|Please Submit||Absent||The Flawed Couple||Appears||Everyday Safety||Absent|
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- Freakazoid!: “Freakazoid is History” and “The Freakazoid”
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The Brain was voiced in the original English recordings by Maurice LaMarche.
- Albanian: Arben Derhemi
- ČT1: Oldřich Vlach
- VHS: Otakar Brousek mladší (Volumes 1-4), Bohdan Tůma (5-6)
- French: Pierre Hatet
- German: Jan Spitzer
- Hebrew: Adi Weiss
- Italian: Angelo Nicotra (Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain) Paulo Buglioni (Pinky, Elmyra and the Brain)
- Japanese: Kenichi Ogata
- Polish: Dariusz Odija
- Portuguese (European): Luís Lucas
- Romanian: Alexandru Rusu
- Russian: Andrey Barkhudarov (STS)
- 1993-1999: Orlando Noguera
- 2020-: Ángel Mujica (speaking voice), Ángel Balam (singing voice)
- Greek: Ντίνος Σούτης
- A running gag is that Brain has a “beautiful” singing voice, which he denies in “Brain’s Way” and “Babysitter’s Flub.”
- Brain is heavily based off of Orson Welles in both looks and vocal performance.
- This inspiration is directly referenced in the episodes “Battle for the Planet” and “Yes, Always”, in which Brain takes on direct parodies of Welles’s roles, and in “What Ever Happened to Baby Brain“, in which a parody of Welles appears with Brain in a scene.
- Brain is also modeled after Tom Minton, a writer and director for Tiny Toon Adventures.
- When Tom Ruegger was working for Tiny Toons, his office was next to Minton and Eddie Fitzgerald’s, and he would often overhear their conversations. Minton would talk in a low voice and Fitzgerald would often randomly interject with words like “NARF!” and “EGAD!”
- When asked to describe Brain in one word, voice actor Maurice LaMarche referred to him as a “curmudgeon.”
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Frequently Asked Questions About animaniacs the brain
If you have questions that need to be answered about the topic animaniacs the brain, then this section may help you solve it.
Who is the Brain in Animaniacs?
Is Brain from Pinky and the Brain evil?
Brain’s good intentions are emphasized by his rivalry with Snowball, a hamster who also planned to conquer the world, but proved far more cruel. Brain is disgusted by Snowball’s methods and goes so far as to save the world from him. He also loves Billie, a female mouse who loves Pinky more than Brain.
Why does Pinky from Pinky and the Brain say NARF?
The Rice University Neologism dictionary includes not only “narf” as a random sound or nonce word, but also “narfed” as a verb to mean “to be struck completely” with some embarrassment or folly, much as Pinky would be hit on the head by Brain after his follies ruined Brain’s plan.
Is Pinky and the Brain Part of Animaniacs?
Steven Spielberg Presents: Pinky and the Brain (simply known as Pinky and the Brain) is an American animated television series produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Amblin Entertainment. It is a spin-off of Animaniacs, and focuses on Pinky and The Brain from that show’s segments of the same name.
Is the brain a villain?
The Brain is a major antagonist in DC Comics, being the main antagonist of the Doom Patrol series. He is a mad scientist of French descent who was robbed of his humanity by the actions of Dr. Niles Caulder who would grow to become “Chief”, the leader of Doom Patrol.
Are Pinky and Brain a couple?
When we take a closer look at their interactions, however, it’s clear that Pinky and the Brain are actually friends who care very deeply for each other.
What does Pinky always say to Brain?
Pinky and the Brain are two characters from the animated series ?Animaniacs?. They are known for their catchphrase, ?I’m pinky!? What does this phrase mean?
What is Pinky’s accent?
Origin. Pinky (voiced by Rob Paulsen impersonating William Shatner) is a genetically modified mouse who shares the same cage with The Brain at ACME Labs but is substantially less bright. He speaks with a heavy Cockney accent (though English people familiar with genuine Cockney accents may well dispute this).
Is Animaniacs child friendly?
There’s a fair amount of humorous cartoon violence (explosions, collisions, punches, and the like), the occasional double entendre, and lots of fun found in mild misbehavior, but none of it is likely to affect kids.
Who is better Pinky or The Brain?
Shockingly, Pinky was the one who ultimately answered the question correctly, and it’s also shown that Pinky can read, whereas the Brain can barely write his own name. There was also an episode in which the Brain hooked Pinky to a machine that was designed to make him smarter.
Are Animaniacs cats or dogs?
According to The Animaniacs Fandom wiki, they are half dog, half cat. But it’s actually not that simple. Although the Warner siblings look like both dogs and cats, they aren’t real-life animals at all.
Who is the oldest Animaniac?
Yakko (voiced by Rob Paulsen, occasional singing voice provided by Gabriel Mann in reboot) ? Yakko is the wise-cracking, smart-and-fast-talking, oldest sibling?at 14 years old?who usually acts as the leader of the trio.
Is the Pinky the strongest?
Contributions of the thumb, index, middle, and ring and little fingers to the grip strength were 17%, 22%, 31%, and 29%, respectively. Conclusions: The middle finger was the most important contributor to grip strength. The next most important was the combination of the ring and little fingers.
Is Pinky actually the genius?
Sorry, Pinky was not the genius. There have been countless fan theories that the secret genius of Pinky & The Brain was actually Pinky — the dimwitted-but-lovable nut in the pair.
What’s the worst finger to lose?
Of all your fingers, you might think your pinky is the most useless. But your little finger is particularly important in a strong grip and hand surgeons agree if you’re going to lose one, the index finger is the best one to lose.
What is your weakest finger?
Fingers have been demonstrated to differ in their motor ability in experiments that explored grip strength as well as when measuring produced forces for each finger individually: middle and index fingers were stronger than ring and little fingers, and the little finger was the weakest overall (Li, Latash, & Zatsiorsky, …