Warner She Wrote/France France Revolution/Gift Rapper is the seventh episode of the Animaniacs reboot.
The Warners investigate a dognapping & accidentally start the French Revolution. Yakko channels Shakespeare to save hip-hop. 
Dot: Execs must be crazy!
Warner She Wrote
Animation by Titmouse, Inc.
The Warners are traveling on a train called the Occident Express around the 1920s, with Yakko as Detective Hercule Yakko. A dog named Gigi is causing havoc around the whole train. While sleeping at night Gigi keeps barking loudly, driving Yakko into rage while the train crashes into a heap of snow and stopped for the night. That morning, Gigi is dognapped by someone. Yakko searches for clues and finds that the owner was soaked with chloroform using Dot's handkerchief. Yakko accuses Dot, but she was using it for magic tricks the night before. Dot accuses Wakko, who was sneaking off last night. Wakko explains that he was just taking a bath, and almost everyone on the train saw him. The Warners search for more clues, and find a letter that says it’s from Gigi, and that she ran away, and is definitely not stuck in the luggage compartment. Yakko finds Gigi in the luggage compartment and discovers that the conductor Margaret dognapped Gigi. Margaret wanted to sell Gigi on the black market, and he tries to murder the Warners. The Warners untie Gigi, and let her attack Margaret. At the train station, Conductor Margaret was arrested for his crime and the Warners reunite Gigi with her owner.
- Story by Kathleen Chen and Brian Polk
- Teleplay by Jess Lacher, Andrew Barbot, and Wellesley Wild
- Directed by Erik Knutson
- The title "Warner She Wrote" is a spoof on the TV series Murder, She Wrote.
- The train's name is a parody of the Orient Express, from Murder on the Orient Express.
- One of the names Yakko goes by in this episode is Hercule Yakko, a nod to the episode of the same name. The Warners also allude to this episode as “having done it before”.
- While investigating Grand Dame’s room for more evidence, the Warner’s find various objects from different films. Said objects include Rosebud the Sled from Citizen Kane, People Flakes (which is a nod to Soylent Green), Excalibur from The Sword in The Stone, the Holy Grail from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Dorothy’s ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, Norman Bates' mother from Psycho, and the Maltese Falcon.
- This episode doesn't actually have a title card, instead the credits and title are shown at the start of the episode.
France France Revolution
Animation by Titmouse
In 1700’s France, the Warners are peasants searching for some food to eat. The siblings are having no luck until queen Marie Antoinette passes by. Marie accidentally drops some of her cake, which Dot wants to preserve, but her brothers gobble it up. Dot is angry because there is no more cake left for them, but Yakko says if they break into the royal palace, they can get more. The Warners pose as servants to Marie, and while Dot covers her eyes with cucumbers for a beauty spa, Yakko and Wakko eat her cake. Once Marie’s beauty treatment is done, she discovers that the Warners are peasants who have broke in. She kicks them out and then goes back inside to eat more cake. The Warners are placed in stocks in front of the whole village, but they convince the people that they should break into the palace, and eat cake. Once in, Marie is taken with the rest of the cake and falls in the mud. Marie said she just wanted to be loved, and Yakko says that they are so poor, that the peasants couldn't even buy bread, prompting Marie to say her historical phrase "Let them eat cake". The Warners closed the episode by turning it into a game show, and the prize for Marie is for her to be put on house arrest in her palace in Paris till the monarchy is abolished and she will face her eventual execution.
- Story by Andrew Barbot
- Teleplay by Kathleen Chen and Brian Polk
- Directed by Scott’O Brien and Adriel Garcia
- The title “France France Revolution” is a spoof of the video game franchise Dance Dance Revolution.
- Historically, there hasn't been any evidence that the real Marie Antionette actually said "Let them eat cake," leaving it to be a rumor.
Character Animation By Erika Carvalho
Animation by Snipple Animation Studios
The Warners make a bed catapult, that leads them into a filming of a music video for the rapper Jay-Pac Le East Tha Rapper (8 Mile). After Jay-Pac says he’s better than Shakespeare, Yakko decides to rap battle with him (Shakespeare Rap). In the end, Yakko wins (Rap Battle). Jay-Pac forms a truce with Yakko, while the DJ turns out to be Pinky and Brain in disguise.
- Written by Lucas Crandles and Timothy Nash
- Directed by Scott’O Brien
- Jay-Pac's name is based off of rappers Chance Tha Rapper, Jay-Z, and the late Tupac.
- Jay-Pac alludes to Yakko being inspired by Groucho Marx by calling him a “reboot of Groucho Marx”.
- Pinky makes a reference to Danger Mouse (British cartoon) at the end.
- Jay-Pac mentions Simba from The Lion King (which parodied the original series' episode The Tiger Prince) during his rap.
- According to Kyle A. Carrozza, whom partially storyboarded the short, Jay-Pac's line "Shakespeare? He was a sucka MC." was written by him.
- Elmyra Duff is mentioned in Jay-Pac's diss track to the Warners, saying that Wakko is less likable than her.
- This is the first episode of the reboot that doesn’t include a Pinky and the Brain cartoon. The characters do however make a cameo in Gift Rapper.
|Rob Paulsen||Yakko Warner, Pinky|
|Jess Harnell||Wakko Warner|
|Tress MacNeille||Dot Warner, Grand Dame|
|Maurice LaMarche||The Brain|
|Carlos Alazraqui||Margaret, Moose|
|Melissa Rauch||Marie Antoinette|
|Zeno Robinson||Jay-Pac, Defensive Fan #1|
|Kimberly Brooks||Defensive Fan #2|
|Niki Yang||Defensive Fan #3|
|Nancy McKeon||Additional Vocals|
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