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  • Hello.

  • Nurses say, why don't you stop by the water tower and I'll show you my stamp collection?

  • Deok Oh, you don't have a stunt collection.

  • All right, then you can open my mail.

  • Hey, everyone.

  • I'm Rebecca and welcome to watch Mojo.

  • Today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 adult jokes and insanely subtle innuendos you missed on Animaniacs.

  • Yeah, Co!

  • Can you congregate, homie?

  • I've never even kissed a girl.

  • I'm your biggest fan.

  • What do you say to that?

  • I'd say puberty was inordinately kind to you.

  • Come on and give me the bird.

  • We'd love to.

  • Really?

  • But the Fox censors won't allow it for this list.

  • We're looking at gags that when we watch the show, his kids went completely over our heads.

  • But now, when we watch it back seem a lot more obvious.

  • Can you think of a joke that we should have included in this video?

  • Be sure to leave a comment below telling us.

  • All right, let's get to it.

  • Well, if you are, there's hope.

  • There's help.

  • There's the Please, please.

  • Please get a life foundation Number 10.

  • Give me the bird.

  • We shall eat of the great native bird, the turkey.

  • A cross between Bugs Bunny and Groucho Marx.

  • Yako was particularly good delivering wordplay that went over viewers heads because of how fast he could talk.

  • I be yakking yak.

  • I'd be Lacko who waltzes with wolves in this segment.

  • Miles Standish, wanting a turkey to be handed over, asks for Yako to give him the bird.

  • But Yoko says he can't because of Fox.

  • Censors begun pests and give me the bird.

  • We'd love to, really, but the Fox censors won't allow it.

  • This is definitely something a grade schooler might not pick up on until learning what the bird is slang for.

  • Regarding Fox censors, Siri's creator, Tom Rugar, said in an AM a subreddit that the show did receive an objection quote here and there from the flock sensor.

  • Fortunately, the sensor wasn't too zealous, or we wouldn't have all of the wonderful entries on this list.

  • Number nine Minerva Mink Theater Active Minerva was based on old Tex Avery cartoons, where a wolf would lose his cool whenever he saw a gorgeous gal come his way.

  • She has the same eye popping effect on various critters of all species who lay eyes on her.

  • While Minerva is looking for a pond to take a dip, Yako and wacko decide to harass her.

  • Fortunately dot is there to cut the harassment Short Boys.

  • Minerva calls for a little privacy before pulling down a curtain so we don't get a full view of the goods after she takes her towel off.

  • But the curtain does leave enough for our imagination.

  • Number eight.

  • The Adult Channel.

  • A treasure trove of pop culture references Animaniacs provided several throwbacks told classic movies, including the 1957 Swedish art house film The Seventh Seal.

  • The closest the majority of nineties kids would be with the film was Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey, where the duo competed against death and a bunch of games like Twister and Battleship right hand green while they're in the underworld.

  • Jacko Wacko and Dot pester Death with a bunch of a name requests, one of which being to let them watch the adults channel.

  • That means we'll all be like a family.

  • Can we call you Dad?

  • Do Hey, pop, can we stay up past tense?

  • Can we watch the adult channel after that request is followed up by Yako and wacko letting out a love in unison.

  • It's left slightly less ambiguous.

  • What they meant by the adult channel.

  • Oh, come on.

  • Lighten up, Daddy.

  • Number seven.

  • Mommy, why is that car bouncing while Dr Scratch and Sniff is on a date at a drive in movie The Warner Brothers and sister tag along as a collective third wheel?

  • I didn't know you can.

  • Yeah, one of the things they do to cause a ruckus is jump up and down, which makes the car there and jiggle up and down as a mother and son walked past.

  • The mother hurries the small child along, hoping he doesn't notice the activity going on nearby.

  • It's pretty easy to put together with The writers were trying to get across if you have your mind in the gutter.

  • Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

  • It's number six.

  • We'll do it.

  • I wouldn't go flashing that around if I were you.

  • Mike, this is a church.

  • Somehow the Warners find themselves in Renaissance Times, and Michelangelo needs their help painting the Sistine Chapel.

  • Please, you gotta help me.

  • When the siblings find out, their subjects are to be painted nude.

  • They initially pretend to be offended.

  • Wait a minute.

  • You expect us poor, innocent Children to climb up dangerous scaffolding and paint naked people all over a church?

  • Well, however, they quickly reveal their actually into the idea.

  • Not so much for the art, but for the opportunity to drop people without their clothes.

  • But we're not doing it for the sake of art.

  • And we're not doing it for the sake of money.

  • No, we're doing it because we like painting naked people.

  • Nudity is prevalent in art, and the work of Michelangelo has certainly sometimes been the subject of comedy because of its naked subjects, which makes it perfect for Animaniacs to exploit number five.

  • Hello, Nurse.

  • If there was another character that captured the attention of the boys besides Minerva Mink, it was, as we've seen.

  • Hello, Nurse?

  • Yes, Nurse.

  • Yes, Doctor.

  • Scratch and sniff.

  • Get these kids out of here.

  • Hello.

  • Less.

  • When the nurse came on screen, seductive music would often play.

  • And yeah, co and wacko, unable to control their libidos would throw themselves at her if I introduced her to you.

  • What would be the proper greeting?

  • The oh, yeah.

  • Co saved some of his most saucy wordplay for when he flirted with her.

  • How do you do that thing with your mouth?

  • Hello, Nurse was also a catchphrase that yako or wacko would say whenever they saw pretty ladies pass by.

  • Not necessarily just the nurse.

  • Hello, nurses say, Why don't you stop by the water tower and I'll show you my stamp collection?

  • But do you?

  • You don't have a stunt collection?

  • All right, then you can open my mail.

  • Tom Rugar said the line was originally intended for a different show, but he thought it was a better fit for Yako on wacko number four.

  • What else you got in there?

  • Hey, it's only a six minute cartoon.

  • Let's move on.

  • Unfortunate Teacher has the unenviable task of teaching the Warner siblings in a classroom, and they make it nearly impossible by disrupting her at every turn, however, she has come prepared by storing various objects in her dress, including a handkerchief and a marker, both of which she pulls out during the lesson.

  • We'll move on to grammar.

  • This is not lost on Jacko, who asks her what else she has hiding in the dress.

  • What else you got in there?

  • whether he's referring to any other objects tucked in her dress or her ample bosom.

  • That's clearly an inappropriate question to ask why you little f number three Lake Titicaca Animaniacs is no stranger to geography lessons, with Jacko famously singing about the countries of the world and wacko doing the same for all the U.

  • S.

  • State capitals Guatemala, Bolivia and Argentina.

  • And that's what Chile Brazil.

  • Another notable example is when the Warners sang about Lake Titicaca late antique dot com.

  • However, the reason they chose this South American body of water to dedicate a song to is pretty obvious.

  • As any kid who said the lakes name out loud knows how.

  • It's just a blatant excuse to combine two naughty words but sound, cultured and international at the same time.

  • What other kids show could get away with this number to the connotations of conjugation?

  • Let's go back to the classroom where the poor teachers dealing with the Warners let's move on to sentence structure.

  • During the lesson, the teacher asks Jacko about conjugation Ah, concept any student is familiar with.

  • If they've studied a foreign language, however, Yako thinks she means conjugal and responds with how inexperienced.

  • He is in that subject.

  • Yako.

  • Can you congregate, homey?

  • I've never even kissed a girl.

  • When the teacher offers to help by conjugating with him, Yako implies he thinks the teacher is offering a Mary Kay Letourneau type relationship with him and cuts her off with his line.

  • Get out, everybody!

  • His tip off.

  • The things have gotten inappropriate.

  • No, no, no, It's easy.

  • I'll congregate with you.

  • Get out, everybody, you don't understand.

  • Let me go to the board and show you don't look.

  • I will tell you that when I think of subtle innuendos and adult jokes on Animaniacs, our number one is the joke I think about.

  • So let's look through some honorable mentions.

  • And then we'll get to the top innuendo you missed on Animaniacs edifice.

  • Rex.

  • Menswear.

  • Of course, they'd go there with an Oedipus reference.

  • How about an outfit from edifice Rex menswear?

  • His mom would hate those look Freudian slips.

  • Uh, he makes his own truth or dare.

  • Madonna's version of truth or dare ain't for kids.

  • Come on, you guys.

  • We're gonna play truth or dare wacko The graduate on opening, parodying the famous movie Mhm.

  • No relation.

  • That's just wrong Bunnies Buster and Babs Bunny.

  • No relation.

  • Let's hope not.

  • It's a Children show.

  • A squirrels nuts, some obvious double entendres There, this frisky little fellow makes his home in the hollow of an old trees.

  • The squirrel likes to hide his nuts and many odd places where the sun doesn't shine on them.

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  • Number one Fingerprints.

  • This'll gag in particular, has an infamous reputation.

  • Number one sister dust for prints playing the part of Detective Yako enlists his sister to help him look for prints.

  • I found prints.

  • When Dot announces that she's actually found prints, the late genius musician Jacko tells her that No, he wants fingerprints.

  • No, no, no fingerprints.

  • No way would go into further detail on how dot misinterpreted what Yoko meant by fingerprints, but the Fox censors won't allow it.

  • According to Tom Ruger, the writers kept the joke in after animation because it made them laugh and they managed to get it on television because no one raised an objection.

  • I'm not gonna explain it to you if you don't get it asking adult in your life.

  • I'm just getting Don't do that.

  • Anyway, if you can think of any other subtle innuendos from Animaniacs that we missed, be sure to leave it in a comment below, or come tell me on Twitter or Instagram at Rebecca Britain or on my YouTube channel, CIA.

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