The two Warner Brothers Yakko and Wakko and their Warner sister Dot had been (supposedly) created in the 1930's, but their cartoons were too screwy for the general public to handle.The three Warners were locked up in the studio water tower until they escaped in the 90's.There, they run wild, causing chaos everywhere!
Ensemble cast of off-the-wall Warner Brothers characters, appearing in a wide variety of roles. Wakko, Yakko, and Dot Warner, are WB Studio creations who were just too "zany" to be of any ...
The two Warner Brothers Yakko and Wakko and their Warner sister Dot had been (supposedly) created in the 1930's, but their cartoons were too screwy for the general public to handle. The three Warners were locked up in the studio water tower until they escaped in the 90's. There, they run wild, causing chaos everywhere!
The two main male characters go romantically crazy when they see a beautiful woman. The show does have two "sensual" characters, a sexy nurse and an anthropomorphic mink. The latter actually appears nude in one rather suggestive scene, however she is behind a "screen" and nothing revealing is shown. Some mild suggestive dialogue.
There are hidden sexual innuendos in some episodes, but it's nothing too serious.
In the short episode "Hooked on a Ceiling" Michelangelo paints a picture of naked people on the ceiling. But the Warners are offended by the painting and they paint something else which upsets Michelangelo who worked hard on it. Finally the Warners decided to paint naked people as Michelangelo wanted but they added a picture of Steven Spielberg's E.T. picture in it.
Slapstick cartoon violence.
Characters insult and heckle one another, but no profane language of any kind gets used.
It should be pointed out that one series of characters on the show, the Goodfeathers, are largely a parody of characters from R-rated Martin Scorsese films, and other classic gangster movies.
There is a song where Yakko insults the Andreas fault in California and it sounds like 'ass'.
There is a reference to Satan in one episode.
None, aside from a few brief references here and there.
Some frightening scenes that are played for comic effect, nothing serious.