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Nostalgia Critic talks to Slappy Squirrel, 'Animaniacs' creators

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In an hour long interview, the Nostalgia Critic celebrates the Animaniacs, with guests Tom and Nate Ruegger, Sherrie Stoner, John P. McCann, and Paul Rugg.

The Nostalgia Critic covers a fair amount of ground with the crew, including the abundance of freedom granted to the writers, sneaking jokes by the censors, the music, the differences between animating studios, creative influences, and Cartoon Stars' addictions. Unsurprisingly, there is also a lot of ribbing and joking around to be had.

Animaniacs ran to 99 episodes from 1993 to 1998, and one movie, Wakko's Wish, in 1999. The series also produced a spin-off: Pinky and the Brain.

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Worth mentioning: The footage of Rob Paulsen singing the countries of the world in Part II of the interview was from Anthrocon 2007! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kT4UrsvzWs

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I saw that today, and I have to say he did a good job.

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