Parody lyrics by Tom Ruegger Directed by Jon McClenahan
Dot Warner leads the entire cast of Animaniacs in this parody of the "Macarena" music video.
Unlike most song parodies on the show, this one uses the actual music as opposed to a soundalike. This is because Warner Bros. Records bought the publishing rights to "Macarena" at the height of its popularity.
The entire primary cast of Animaniacs appears in this segment, as well as several secondary characters like Pip and the elderly villains from Slappy cartoons.
This is the first appearance of the Godpigeon since Season 2.
Slappy becomes discouraged when she finds out at a congressional hearing that the Federal Television Agency has removed all violence from children's programming.Matters become worse when Skippy crosses paths with a bully and his guidance counselor suggests non-violent ways of dealing with him. None of the ways work.
The name of the chairman of the FTA is comprised of two terms related to marijuana. "Reefer" is an archaic nickname for the plant, and a "blunt" is a rolled marijuana "cigarette."
Slappy refers to "pod people," the antagonists in the classic science-fiction film Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Skippy's dazed dialogue makes references to Winston Churchill and Rocky.
Nathan Ruegger's voice for Skippy is not electronically pitched higher in this episode (or in "Macadamia Nut"). Skippy's voice is noticeably deeper as a result.
This is the first episode to feature a mini-advertisement of Kids' WB!'s website in the middle of the credits. Several other original Kids' WB series that were on at the time also had the same mini-ad, with some also featuring an AOL keyword to the latter network's portal. Various later original shows would eventually direct the viewer to wbanimation.com (Superman: The Animated Series being one of them).
Kyle A. Carrozza did clean-ups and inbetweens for this episode while visiting StarToons. Over 20 years later, he would later go on to provide storyboards for the Animaniacs reboot.