Dot's Poetry Corner is a recurring segment of the first two seasons of Animaniacs. In the short segment, Dot recites her own interpretations of nursery rhymes or well-known poems at a coffee shop. In the final segment, she recited an original poem that she wrote herself in the style of "This Is the House That Jack Built", but gets booed by the audience and loses the TV viewers' interest. The entire sketch was animated by Freelance Animators, Ltd..
- Ep19: Little Miss Muffet
- Ep27: The Shoe (There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe); Fuzzy Wuzzy
- Ep39: Ode to Jack (Jack Be Nimble); This Little Piggy
- Ep44: Humpty Dumpty
- Ep48: Requiem for a Lamb (Mary Had a Little Lamb)
- Eq61: Jack Sprat; 30 Days (30 Days Hath December)
- Eq64: Old King Cole; Ode to a Veggie (Beans Beans, the Musical Fruit)
- Ep66: The Teapot (I'm a Little Teapot); Roses are Red; The Poem That I Wrote
- The street signs at the beginning have the names Ising and Noble on them. Ising is a reference to Rudolf Ising, one of the earliest animators at Warner Bros. who co-created the character of Bosko, and Noble is Maurice Noble, a layout artist and background artist at Warner Bros. Animation who worked for Chuck Jones' unit.