“Melancholy Brain.” By Gordon Bressack and Patrick M. Verrone. Perf. Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulse. Dir. Charles Visser. Pinky and the Brain. Vol. 3, disc 2. The WB Television Network. 7 February 1998. DVD. Warner Home Video, 2007.
It may be sharper than a serpent's tooth to have a thankless child, but it's funnier than a barrel of mice of mixed IQs to enjoy this father-related, Hamlet-related episode of Pinky and the Brain.
Happy Father's Day, all!
Note: There's more to this cartoon than is provided here. Seek out the rest—it will repay the search!
Links: Pinky and the Brain.
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