|The Warners and Mr. Jones|
|Season 2, Episode 2a|
|Date Aired:||June 14, 2017|
"Katie Ka-Boom's New Boyfriend"
Glovanni Jones seeks to improve his voice for his next opera, but the Warners decide to torment and driving him mad for distracting them from their musical activities.
- Yakko, Wakko and Dot Warner (voiced by Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell and Tress MacNeille, respectively)
- Giovanni Jones (voiced by Maurice LaMarche)
- "If he wants war, he'll get it" - Yakko Warner.
- "Acting? Hey, Yakko. Speaking of acting, we got a job to do" - Wakko Warner.
- "(impressiong a fangirl) Mr. Jones! Mr. Jones! Could you sign your autograph?" - Dot Warner.
- Storyboard Artists:
- Directors: Mike Parnell (early animation), Jon McClenahan (retakes)
- This segment serves as a remake of Long-Haired Hare.
- This segment was animated at an unknown lower-budget animation studio. Its work was similar to DiC's Super Mario cartoons, but with a mix between Warner Bros' fluid and lifelike cartoon animation style and the 70s-80s Hanna-Barbera animation style. The moment it was shown to the Amblin executives, the studio was fired after this segment had completed post-production.
- The unknown animation studio was revealed to be British animator Mike Parnell's Tri-Colored Dualmation, Co. Ltd in the UK.
- Jon McClenahan was called in to re-animate most of the scenes in-house before the segment aired. This resulted in a peculiar mix between the early animation from the lower-budget UK studio and McClenahan's animated retakes.
- When Wakko said Acting? Hey, Yakko. Speaking of acting, we got a job to do, his voice reverted to his original Animaniacs early Season 1 voice for a brief moment.
- When Yakko plans to shoot Giovanni Jones with a cannon, his gloves are miscolored yellow, much like Disney's Mickey Mouse in a few of his early color films, for example, Mickey's Garden and Pluto's Judgement Day.
- Giovanni Jones freezes mid-animation as he tries to capture the Warners, but fails to do so. This was fixed by McClenahan before the initial airing of the segment.
- Before the original airing, when Yakko trips Jones, the background moves, but Yakko and Jones don't move. This was one of the mistakes also fixed by McClenahan.