Johnny Bravo

TV Show • 1997 • Animation  

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Johnny Bravo tells the story of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit who believes he is a gift from God to the women of the earth. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama's boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. In short, he is the quintessential guy who 'just doesn't get it.' No matter what he does, or where he finds himself, he always winds up being his own worst enemy.
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Does the dog die?
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Are animals abused?
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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Does a pet die?
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Is a child abused?
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Were animals harmed in the making?
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is there a dead animal?
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Addiction
Does someone abuse alcohol?
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Animal
Does a dragon die?
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Are there spiders?
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Johnny's friend Carl has a pet black widow spider in "I, Fly."
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Are there snakes?
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All three Jungle Boy episodes feature a talking poisonous snake as one of his animal friends.
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Are there bugs?
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There are bugs mentioned or shown at different points throughout the show. Johnny's friend Carl has a big interest in bugs. "I, Fly" is a parody of The Fly. Little Suzy briefly holds bug larvae near Johnny in the Christmas special.
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Assault
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Less Sexually assaulted but the whole thing is about him trying to aggressively hit on women and he harass them till they attack him.
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Bodily Harm
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CartoonSlushie
In "Alien Confidential," an alien's helmet is removed, causing him to nearly suffocate. This happens three times in the episode as a running gag.
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Is there cannibalism?
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CartoonSlushie
In "Biosphere Johnny," the scientists run low on resources and consider sacrificing someone in the room to be eaten. No one is actually eaten. "The Hansel & Gretel Project" focuses on the witch from the fairy tale, who bakes people into pastries. In one scene, Johnny dramatically eats what he assumes to be his friend Carl, only to find out it wasn't. The witch does indeed try to bake Johnny into a cookie before getting arrested.
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Is there a hanging?
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Right before the ending of "Dental Hijinks," Johnny breaks all of his teeth on a lollipop.
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In "Bungled In The Jungle," Johnny breaks Jungle Boy's arm and leg by accident. Otherwise, broken bones are occasionally mentioned or implied in a comedic manner (ie. "I came, I saw, I broke a hip.")
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Family
Does someone cheat?
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"Beach Blanket Bravo" and "A Date With An Antelope" both involve a woman flirting with Johnny or dating him in order to make her selfish boyfriend jealous.
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In "Johnny's Guardian Angel," Johnny accidentally releases Little Suzy's balloon, causing her to cry and run off.
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Fear
Are there jumpscares?
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The beginning of "Hold That Schmoe" can be considered one, as Johnny's friend Carl walks up to his house and stops for a moment before quickly zooming up to the camera, startling him and likely the viewer.
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Are there ghosts?
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"Hold That Schmoe" is a Ghostbusters parody episode.
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Are there clowns?
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"The Man Who Cried "Clown"" and "I Used To Be Funny" heavily feature clowns. Johnny is seen briefly dressed up as a clown in "Intensive Care." A clown on a pogo stick bounces off Johnny's back in "Karma Krisis." "Carnival Of The Darned" has a clown head in the background of the carnival scene. A flashback in "Freudian Dip" shows baby Johnny imagining his toy clown as a monster. Otherwise, appearances of clowns are rare or very brief.
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Medical
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"Intensive Care" takes place entirely in a hospital. Johnny has a dream where he wakes up in a hospital bed during "In Your Dreams."
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Mental Health
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There are no explicitly autistic characters.
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Noxious
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CartoonSlushie
"The Hansel & Gretel Project" is a parody of The Blair Witch Project. There are a few scenes presented through a camcorder lens, which may feature some wobbling.
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Pregnancy
Are there abortions?
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Prejudice
Does the black guy die first?
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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Yes. Most significant examples: In "Charm School Johnny" Johnny's friend Carl acts as a woman to help him become a gentleman. Attention is drawn to his hairy legs and him looking "ugly" in a dress and make-up. "Some Like It Stupid" parodies the film "Some Like It Hot." The episode also ends with the reveal that almost every contestant at a beauty pageant was a man in disguise. "A League Of His Own" and "As I Lay Hiccupping" both end with a similar twist.
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At a grocery store in "Robo-Mama!" Johnny mentions that his mother always said he was "special." In "Panic In Jerky Town!" Johnny's friend Pops sees he's excited and asks him if he "fell on his head again." In another episode, Johnny claims he was kicked in the head by a donkey as a child.
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Are there n-words?
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Sex
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Some very risqué innuendos in the first season, less in the following, although all feature suggestive content in some form: Johnny's pick-up lines and behavior, the designs of certain women, etc. There are also a few instances of characters saying "sexy." As it was a kid's show, there was no explicit content, such as full nudity.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Spoiler
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Santa is a real character in the show's Christmas episodes, but the beginning of "One Angry Bravo" involves a mall Santa pulling down his own fake beard. The Tooth Fairy is spoiled for Little Suzy in "Tooth Or Consequences," where she also accidentally spoils the Easter Bunny for Johnny. At the end of the episode, however, it's revealed they were wrong and both are real.
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Does it have a sad ending?
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
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Notable examples: In the first season, Johnny crashes his car after getting distracted by a driving woman. Johnny and Carl crash into each other's vehicles in "Candidate Johnny." Johnny slips on a wet floor in "Fool For A Day" and flies into the street, causing multiple car crashes. Carl crashes his car into a tree in "Run Johnny Run!"
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Does a plane crash?
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A plane crashes and explodes in "A Reject Runs Through It," although no one is harmed. In a similar scene during "Bootman," Johnny uses his new superhuman strength to throw an airplane, which crashes and explodes. The passengers, unharmed, yell out "We're ok!"
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Johnny is hit and ran over by a mail truck in a comedic manner during "Johnny, Get Your Tutu."
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Violence
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CartoonSlushie
Comically; Johnny accidentally causes one in "Candidate Johnny" and becomes radioactive for the duration of said scene. In "I.Q. Johnny," his town is threatened by a possible nuclear disaster, but no explosions occur.
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Is there blood/gore?
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Does someone drown?
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In "Endless Bummer," Johnny briefly drowns and is saved by his friend Carl, who gives him mouth-to-mouth. A British man is seen struggling in the water and ignored as a running gag until the end, where he walks onshore and is ironically shoved back in by Johnny.
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