The Warners are harassed by spam. Nora must fill the segment time by airing failed, never-before-seen Pinky & The Brain pilots. The Warners give safety advice. 
Dot:: "Inertial reference frame-y!"
Animation by Titmouse, Inc.
While trying to sign-up for a WB email; the Warners are harassed by internet spam that escapes from the computer.
- Written by Kathleen Chen and Brian Polk
- Directed by Brett Varon
- Dot What the H-E-pair of chopsticks?
- Wakko: In all seriousness, folks, the internet can be a treacherous place. Be careful not to submit your personal information to third parties.
Yakko: Thank you, Wakko. In fact, there is only one website you can trust: www.dotwarnermalwarevirusspreaderidentitythefttrojanhorsebotcom.edy. (It's fake though, don't bother)
Dot: Order now, and use the promo code Suckers to add 50% on your purchase!
- Slappy Squirrel appears on a comic cover that falls out of Wakko.
- The number that appears on the comic book reads "93", which is a reference to the year of when the original show first premiered.
- This is the first segment in the series in which Nora Rita Norita is referred to by name.
- When Wakko opens the hacked mail, the notice system sound from Windows Vista/7 can be heard.
- When Wakko is hacked, he makes a reference to Ray-Ban sunglasses, a product known for being advertised on users' social media accounts after being hacked.
- When the Warners play Ring Around the Rosie, the song of the same name plays.
- This segment marks the second time one or more of the Warners have supposedly died, the first being Dot in Wakko's Wish and the second being all three siblings in this segment.
The Flawed Couple
Animation by Digital eMation
When the dynamic mouse duo goes missing, Nora showcases never-before-seen Pinky and the Brain pilots to pad-out the show, showcasing 4 decades of television history and the pilots' various faults. Much of the problems with these pilots are shown to be the result of Brain being difficult to work with.
- Written by James Butler
- Directed by Adriel Garcia
- The title of this cartoon is a spoof of Neil Simon's The Odd Couple,
- Similarly to the "The Pinky and the Brain Reunion Special"; fictitious prototypes of the Pinky and the Brain series are shown.
- The "Please Stand By" card shown before The Brady Bunch parody is a reference to Test Card F, a famous BBC test pattern.
- The first test card contains the first instance where Pinky's catchphrase "Troz" appears in the reboot. The phrase first debuted in the spin-off episode "Snowball".
- One of the credits Brooklyn Rage in the Cheers parody is a reference to a running gag in YU-GI-OH! The Abridged Series.
- This is the first appearance of Nora Rita Norita outside of a Yakko, Wakko, and Dot segment.
- This is the first instance of the literal running gag involving Ralph chasing the Warners in other segments in the reboot.
- According to Executive Producer Gabe Swarr, this cartoon was a last-minute addition to the season.
Parody Title and Test Cards
Production Art from Gabe Swarr
Animation by Titmouse
The Warners do a PSA on safety rules. In traditional Warner fashion, the PSA takes a rather bizarre turn.
- Written by Wellesley Wild and Ted Mulkerin
- Directed by Brett Varon
- This cartoon is a parody of educational safety PSAs, particularly those from the 80's and 90's.
- The beginning of this cartoon uses a VCR visual effect as a nod to this.
Character Animation By Erika Carvalho
|Rob Paulsen||Yakko Warner, Pinky, Brain Clone, Eldest Pinky Girl, Middle Pinky Girl, Screenwriter|
|Jess Harnell||Wakko Warner, Email #2|
|Tress MacNeille||Dot Warner, Email #1, Pop-Up|
|Maurice LaMarche||The Brain, Announcer, Mr. Brain, Pinky Clone|
|Frank Welker||Ralph T. Guard|
|Stephanie Escajeda||Nora Rita Norita, Email #3|
|Corey Burton||Radio DJ|
|Chris Cox||Egwind, Coffee Bar Patron|
|Sean Kenin||Irv Gold|