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This article is from the NARF--The Nifty Animaniacs Reference File FAQ, by Lee Cremeans wakky@yakko.wtower.com with numerous contributions by others.

01 Introduction (alt.tv.animaniacs)

Alt.tv.animaniacs is a medium to low-volume newsgroup which is intended to
house discussion of the cartoon series "Animaniacs". "Animaniacs" is a
cartoon from Steven Spielberg/Amblin Entertainment, and Warner Bros. -- the
same group that brought you "Tiny Toon Adventures". Many of the people that
worked on TTA (Sherri Stoner, Tom Ruegger, Tress MacNeille, etc.) are
working on Animaniacs. Animaniacs first aired on Monday, 13 September 1993
on Fox in what used to be the Tiny Toon Adventures time-slot. Fox
Television aired the first season of 65 episodes and the second "season" of
4 extra episodes on its affiliates from 1993-1995. Animaniacs now airs on
the WB, a rather new and not-universally-received network whose only good
programs are animated (have you ever _watched_ them??). A! just finished its
5th and final season. As with any other newsgroup, there are several
questions that come up repeatedly. This document attempts to provide
authoritative answers to some of these FAQ's. This file was originated by
Will Bell, and is currently being maintained by WakkyMouse
(lcremean@tidalwave.net), the Narfcake (ap057@lafn.org), and/or Larissa
(lari35960@aol.com). If you have questions, complaints, or are just really
confused, tell ... er, one of us. We'll try to help. When we picked this up
it was really, really dusty. And we're still cleaning it out. Feel free to
make suggestions, suggest additions, additional information, or what have you.

 

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