List of Johnny Bravo episodes

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Poster for the Johnny Bravo pilot, Johnny Bravo.

Johnny Bravo is an American animated television series created by Van Partible for the Cartoon Network. The series premiered July 14, 1997, and ended officially August 27, 2004. The series is a spin-off of World Premiere Toons, also known as the What a Cartoon! Show.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 4
Pilots 3 March 26, 1995 January 1, 1997 N/A N/A
1 12 July 14, 1997 December 15, 1997 June 15, 2010[1] October 10, 2007[2]
2 22 July 2, 1999 January 28, 2000 N/A April 11, 2009[3]
3 19 August 11, 2000 February 14, 2003 N/A N/A
4 13 February 20, 2004 August 27, 2004 N/A N/A
TV Film 1 November 4, 2011 N/A N/A N/A

Episodes[edit]

Pilots (1995-1997)[edit]

As part of What a Cartoon!.

No. Title Original air date
P1 "Johnny Bravo" March 26, 1995 (1995-03-26) (original)[4]
July 7, 1997 (1997-07-07) (remake)
A dim-witted man named Johnny Bravo plays the role of a superhero as a 900-pound gorilla escapes from the zoo. 
P2 "Jungle Boy in "Mr. Monkeyman"" October 13, 1996 (1996-10-13) (original)
July 7, 1997 (1997-07-07) (remake)
The evil King Raymond attempts to frame Jungle Boy to reclaim the praise that the other animals used to give him. 
P3 "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women" January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01) (original)
July 7, 1997 (1997-07-07) (remake)
In what seems to be a dream come true for Johnny, he falls off a ship and finds himself on an island surrounded by beautiful Amazon women. 

Season 1 (1997)[edit]

No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date[4]
1 "Super Duped / Bungled in the Jungle / Bearly Enough Time" Super Duped and Bungled in the Jungle:
Rumen Petkov
Bearly Enough Time:
Butch Hartman
Super Duped:
Butch Hartman
Bungled in the Jungle and Bearly Enough Time:
Steve Marmel
July 14, 1997 (1997-07-14)[5]

Super Duped —In an effort to impress Suzy's beautiful teacher, Johnny goes along with a gag that he is "Bravo-Man", his superhero alter-ego. Johnny will have to prove that he is a superhero when a burglar robs the city bank.

Bungled in the Jungle—Flying high above the jungle on a plane, Johnny gets a stewardess angry by his constant flirting with her. As a result, the stewardess boots Johnny off the airplane mid-flight. When Johnny comes down, he soon meets Jungle Boy.

Bearly Enough Time—When Johnny has reason to believe that his mother, Bunny Bravo, is out in the jungle lost, he goes on a quest to find her, only to awaken Chronos the Bear, a very large and hungry grizzly bear. 
2 "The Sensitive Male / Bravo Dooby Doo" The Sensitive Male:
Butch Hartman
Bravo Dooby Doo:
John McIntyre
The Sensitive Male:
Story: Steve Marmel
Teleplay: Seth MacFarlane
Bravo Dooby Doo:
Michael Ryan
July 21, 1997 (1997-07-21)

The Sensitive Male—Johnny tries to get a date with a girl who is in love with a sensitive dancer. A man (voiced by Jack Sheldon) comes along and, in a parody of Schoolhouse Rock, offers Johnny lessons on how to be the kind of sensitive guy that women want.

Bravo Dooby Doo—When Johnny's elderly aunt, Aunt Jebedissa Bravo, disappears, he enlists the help of Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, and Velma to crack the case and capture a Ghostly Gardener (who turns out to be Aunt Jebedissa, who was trying to scare Johnny away, because quite frankly, she just does not like him). 
3 "Date With an Antelope / Did You See a Bull Run By Here? / Cookie Crisis" Date With an Antelope:
John McIntyre
Did You See a Bull Run By Here?:
Rumen Petkov
Cookie Crisis:
Butch Hartman
Date With an Antelope:
Seth MacFarlane
Did You See a Bull Run By Here?:
Story: Van Partible
Teleplay: Michael Ryan
Cookie Crisis:
Butch Hartman
July 28, 1997 (1997-07-28)

Date With an Antelope—A lonely Johnny decides to try internet dating, only to be set up with a female antelope.

Did You See a Bull Run By Here?—Johnny pays a visit to Pamplona to watch the running of the bulls, but he ends up in a bullfight of his own.

Cookie Crisis— In a parody of Green Eggs and Ham, Suzy the buttercup will stop at nothing to make a reluctant Johnny buy cookies. 
4 "I Used to Be Funny / My Fair Dork / 'Twas the Night" I Used to Be Funny and My Fair Dork:
John McIntyre
'Twas the Night:
Rumen Petkov
I Used to Be Funny:
Story: Van Partible
Teleplay: Michael Ryan and Steve Marmel
My Fair Dork:
Seth MacFarlane
'Twas the Night:
Story: Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel
Teleplay: Steve Marmel
August 4, 1997 (1997-08-04)

I Used to Be Funny—Johnny must confront his fear of clowns when he gets in between two clowns arguing over who is funnier.

My Fair Dork—When a school geek wants to take Suzy to the school dance, Johnny decides to help. However, he soon learns that his lady-grabbing tactics work better for the geek than they do for him, as the student becomes the master.

'Twas the Night—When Johnny mistakes Santa Claus for a burglar and knocks out jolly old Saint Nick, he must don the red cap to save Christmas
5 "Blarney Buddies / Over the Hump! / Johnny Meets Farrah Fawcett" Blarney Buddies and Over the Hump!:
Butch Hartman
Johnny Meets Farrah Fawcett:
Rumen Petkov
Blarney Buddies and Over the Hump!:
Butch Hartman
Johnny Meets Farrah Fawcett:
Story: Van Partible
Teleplay: Michael Ryan
August 11, 1997 (1997-08-11)

Blarney Buddies—Johnny is in Ireland and reads about the Blarney Stone, which he mistakes for a leprechaun named Barney Stone, who can grant wishes. Johnny tries to track Barney down, and after much coaxing, Barney finally grants Johnny his wish.

Over the Hump!—Johnny accidentally joins the French Foreign Legion and soon finds himself on a game show in Ancient Egypt, where he must find a way through the desert with the help of a reluctant camel named Lawrence.

Johnny Meets Farrah Fawcett—Suzy invites Johnny to her birthday party, but Johnny refuses. All of that changes when Johnny finds out that Farrah Fawcett, Suzy's cousin, will be at the party. 
6 "Hip Hop Flop / Talk to Me, Baby / Blanky Hanky Panky" Hip Hop Flop and Talk to Me, Baby:
John McIntyre
Blanky Hanky Panky:
Rumen Petkov
Steve Marmel August 18, 1997 (1997-08-18)

Hip Hop Flop—Johnny hears of a hip-hop group called The Round Pound, and seeks some advice from them to gain the love to a female hip-hop fan. The hip-hop group, The Round Pound, is a reference to the Fat Boys. Members of The Round Pound are CD Biggains (Chuck D), Heavy C (Heavy D) and Main Flavor (Flavor Flav).

Talk to Me, Baby—Johnny goes on a talk show hosted by a supermodel named (and voiced by) Vendela.

Blanky Hanky Panky—All the wool in the city (including Johnny's blanky) is being stolen by an evil, wool-loving thief named Dr. Filaniest and his kind pet kitten, Pooky the Cat. Johnny plays the role of hero, as he tracks down and defeats Dr. Filaniest. 
7 "Beach Blanket Bravo / The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much / The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys" Beach Blanket Bravo:
John McIntyre
The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much:
Butch Hartman
The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys:
Rumen Petkov
Beach Blanket Bravo:
Story: Michael Ryan and Robert Ramirez
Teleplay: Michael Ryan
The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much:
Seth MacFarlane
The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys:
Story: Michael Ryan
Teleplay: Seth MacFarlane
August 25, 1997 (1997-08-25)

Beach Blanket Bravo—When Johnny takes a trip to the beach, he winds up at a party, where a hot chick named Franny uses him to make her rude and selfish boyfriend, Andy, jealous. This eventually leads to Johnny competing in "The King of the Beach Competition" against Andy, who challenged him.

The Day the Earth Didn't Move Around Very Much—At court, Johnny explains an incident to the judge that he firmly believed that yesterday, time froze for everyone but himself, and how he used it by having a meal, stealing candy, and sleeping in a first-class hotel without paying.

The Aisle of Mixed-Up Toys—When Johnny wants a young girl's older sister to fall for him, he must go into the discount toy-aisle to buy some toys for them. 
8 "Substitute Teacher / A Wolf in Chick's Clothing / Intensive Care" Substitute Teacher:
John McIntyre
A Wolf in Chick's Clothing:
Butch Hartman
Intensive Care:
Rumen Petkov
Substitute Teacher:
Michael Ryan
A Wolf in Chick's Clothing:
Butch Hartman
Intensive Care:
Story: Michael Ryan and Robert Ramirez
Teleplay: Michael Ryan
September 1, 1997 (1997-09-01)

Substitute Teacher—When a criminal robs Johnny's karate dojo, he dupes Johnny into believing he is the substitute teacher.

A Wolf in Chick's Clothing—Johnny meets an amazing girl, only to find out she is actually a werewolf. She promises that she will offer Johnny a great time if he can make it through one night with her transformed state.

Intensive Care—Johnny goes to the hospital to visit Suzy, only to find a beautiful nurse tending to her. Unfortunately, another employee continues to get in his way. 
9 "Jumbo Johnny / The Perfect Gift / Bravo, James Bravo" Jumbo Johnny:
Rumen Petkov
The Perfect Gift:
John McIntyre
Bravo, James Bravo:
Butch Hartman
Jumbo Johnny:
Story: Steve Marmel
Teleplay: Seth MacFarlane
The Perfect Gift and Bravo, James Bravo:
Steve Marmel
September 8, 1997 (1997-09-08)

Jumbo Johnny—To become more muscular, Johnny purchases a new product called "Uber Mass". The instructions say that it will take approximately 6 weeks to work, but Johnny is in too much of a hurry to get ripped to follow the instructions and drinks the entire case. As a result, Johnny becomes a fat man.

The Perfect Gift—With Mother's Day just around the corner, Johnny tries to find a way to make money to buy his mama a gift. While Suzy becomes ridiculously wealthy with her simple lemonade stand, Johnny goes through all manner of jobs in an effort to raise the cash he needs.

Bravo, James Bravo—Johnny hits on a beautiful woman named Jane, who turns out to be a secret agent. When Johnny compromises security at Jane's headquarters, her boss makes them work together to defeat the evil Dr. Pencilneck and thwart his nefarious--yet incredibly politically correct--scheme. 
10 "Going Batty / Berry the Butler / Red Faced in the White House" Going Batty:
Rumen Petkov
Berry the Butler:
Butch Hartman
Red Faced in the White House:
John McIntyre
Going Batty and Red Faced in the White House:
Steve Marmel
Berry the Butler:
Butch Hartman
December 1, 1997 (1997-12-01)

Going Batty—A beautiful vampire named Lois decides to use Johnny to make Woody, her current boyfriend, jealous.

Berry the Butler—Bunny wins a contest, that makes Berry Vanderbolten, a famous singer, be her butler for the day. Yet, Johnny takes advantage of the situation and abuses it, as he nearly makes Berry his slave.

Red Faced in the White House—Johnny goes on a date with the President's daughter, only to outrage and humiliate her with his lack of knowledge of Washington by accident. Johnny then finds himself, beaten up by her bodyguards (who are secret service agents), Agent Pim and Agent Shlomo. However, Pim and Shlomo are more skilled as fighters than Johnny is in karate, jujitsu, and interpretive dance. 
11 "The Man Who Cried "Clown" / Johnny Real Good / Little Talky Tabitha!" The Man Who Cried "Clown":
Rumen Petkov
Johnny Real Good:
John McIntyre
Little Talky Tabitha!:
Butch Hartman
The Man Who Cried "Clown":
Michael Ryan
Johnny Real Good:
Seth MacFarlane
Little Talky Tabitha!:
Butch Hartman
December 8, 1997 (1997-12-08)

In these three episodes, Johnny Bravo enters The Zone Where Normal Things Don't Happen Very Often.

The Man Who Cried "Clown"--Johnny and Bunny book passage on a plane. When Johnny sees a clown on the wing of the plane, he tries to warn everyone of the danger.

Johnny Real Good--Johnny answers an ad to babysit for a boy named Timmy, who has god-like superpowers. Johnny's sheer idiocy puts him at odds with the omnipotent Timmy, who repeatedly transports him to a cornfield just outside the house.

Little Talky Tabitha!--Suzy has a new doll named Talky Tabitha, and invites Johnny over for a tea party to play with her--but Tabitha starts talking independently, and says she doesn't like Johnny. Johnny squares off against the doll, who repeatedly thwarts his efforts to destroy her. 
12 "Johnny Bravo Meets Adam West! / Under the Big Flop / Johnny Meets Donny Osmond" Johnny Bravo Meets Adam West!:
Butch Hartman
Under the Big Flop:
Rumen Petkov
Johnny Meets Donny Osmond:
John McIntyre
Johnny Bravo Meets Adam West!:
Butch Hartman and Seth MacFarlane
Under the Big Flop:
Michael Ryan
Johnny Meets Donny Osmond:
Seth MacFarlane
December 15, 1997 (1997-12-15)

Johnny Bravo Meets Adam West!—When Bunny goes missing, Johnny enlists the aid of Adam West to find her.

Under the Big Flop—Johnny takes Suzy to the circus, only to find that an evil ringmaster named Vivian Vixen has Jungle Boy under a mind control device.

Johnny Meets Donny Osmond—After breaking Bunny's favorite cabinet, Donny Osmond becomes Johnny's nanny. 

Season 2 (1999–2000)[edit]

No. Title Original air date[4]
13 "Bikini Space Planet / Moby Jerk / A Gel for Johnny" July 2, 1999 (1999-07-02)

Bikini Space Planet—Johnny is kidnapped by two beautiful female aliens, who believe him to be the perfect human specimen.

Moby Jerk—After winning a cruise on a boat, Johnny accidentally gets on the wrong boat. Here, Johnny meets Captain Spleen, who expects Johnny to catch a legendary bad-mouth merman named Moby Jerk.

A Gel for Johnny—One of Johnny's worst nightmares becomes reality when he runs out of "Mr. Kevin's Triple-Strength Hair Cement", his hair gel. 
14 "Johnny, Get Your Tutu / Johnny's Inferno / Forest Chump" July 30, 1999 (1999-07-30)

Johnny, Get Your Tutu—After accidentally sending a picture of Suzy with his career test, Johnny is selected as a ballerina in a studio.

Johnny's Inferno—Johnny unwittingly follows the instructions of a satanic notebook in an attempt to get buff, thus summoning a devil that enlists him to join on an evil rampage. When Johnny's attempts to help him end up becoming good things, he possesses Johnny to use his body to wreak havoc on the entire world.

Forest Chump—After being swept over a waterfall, Johnny and Carl come across hot native chicks. 
15 "Karma Crisis / A Star Is Bruised / The Prince and the Pinhead" August 6, 1999 (1999-08-06)

Karma Crisis—Johnny does not listen to Bunny's advice, and he rips up a chain letter. This results in a long run of bad luck, and a timely appearance by Dionne Warwick.

A Star Is Bruised—Johnny meets his hero, Squint Ringo, and performs the stuntman for his show.

The Prince and the Pinhead—A prince from a far kingdom is bored of being ruler and sees that Johnny looks exactly like him. Thus, the two switch places, and Johnny gets to be prince. 
16 "Claws! / Cover Boy / To Helga and Back" August 13, 1999 (1999-08-13)

Claws!—To make a special dinner for his mother, Johnny buys a lobster. Unfortunately, the lobster will not cooperate.

Cover Boy—With a little help from Carl and Pops, Johnny gets a job as a fashion model (so he can meet female models). Unfortunately, Johnny gets exposed to poison ivy, and gets fired in the process.

To Helga and Back—Johnny sends away for a mail order perfect woman, but accidentally picks a Swedish woman named Helga instead. In an effort to ruin their "relationship", Johnny takes Helga to Steege Cage wrestling. 
17 "Endless Bummer / Jailbird Johnny / Bravo 13" August 20, 1999 (1999-08-20)

Endless Bummer—Johnny plays lifeguard in hopes to attract chicks.

Jailbird Johnny—A mistake in the judicial system gets Johnny thrown into a women's prison.

Bravo 13—Johnny becomes an astronaut when he is mistakenly launched into space with an annoying chimpanzee
18 "Doomates / Johnny's Telethon / Johnny's Guardian Angel" August 27, 1999 (1999-08-27)

Doomates—When Bunny puts in a V-chip to limit Johnny's TV-watching, he moves into a trailer, with Carl as his new roommate. Johnny and Carl soon begin to argue about the TV, and Carl wins the battle, only for the trailer to fall down a cliff, sending Johnny and Carl tumbling down.

Johnny's Telethon—When it is announced that Johnny's favorite beef jerky store will be running out of business, Johnny decides to stage a telethon to save it.

Johnny's Guardian Angel—After causing numerous disasters for Carl, Bunny, and Suzy, Johnny wishes that he had never been born. Maurice, Johnny's guardian angel, shows him what life would be like if he was never born, which actually turns out to be much better. 
19 "I, Fly / Schnook of the North / Charm School Johnny" September 3, 1999 (1999-09-03)

I, Fly—While guarding Carl's science project, Johnny accidentally turns himself into a fly.

Schnook of the North—When Johnny loses Bunny in a grocery store, he is given away to a foster family in Antarctica.

Charm School Johnny: Johnny talks to a woman eating at Pops' restaurant, and she tells Johnny that he is no gentleman. Pops attempts to take Johnny and turn him into a gentleman, worthy of high society, within seven days. 
20 "Johnny and the Beanstalk / A Boy and His Bird / Ape Is Enough" September 10, 1999 (1999-09-10)

Johnny and the Beanstalk—Johnny trades the family cow for some magical hair tonic.

A Boy And His Bird—In an attempt to get a date with a hot dog-loving chick, Johnny adopts a pet emu, which proves to be more than he bargained for.

Ape Is Enough—Johnny visits the South Seas, where a giant female gorilla falls in love with him. 
21 "Panic in Jerky Town! / Alien Confidential / Mama's New Boyfriend" September 17, 1999 (1999-09-17)

Panic in Jerky Town!—Johnny wins a free trip to Jerky Town and takes Pops with him. Johnny is going to be named successor of Jerky Town until Pops finds out the secret ingredient in the jerky. Pops reveals it, and Jerky gets Johnny and Pops thrown out.

Alien Confidential—An alien lands on Earth with the secret of universal peace. After Johnny takes the alien to Pops, a mob starts chasing them.

Mama's New Boyfriend—Bunny gets a new boyfriend named Raul Montoya, but Johnny thinks that he is only loving her for her money. 
22 "The Man With the Golden Gut / Welcome Back, Bravo / Aunt Katie's Farm" September 24, 1999 (1999-09-24)

The Man With the Golden Gut—Johnny orders an ab machine, but instead of getting a six pack, his muscles form the shape of Mount Rushmore, making him a tourist attraction.

Welcome Back, Bravo—A clerical error results in Johnny having to pass the 4th grade all over again.

Aunt Katie's Farm—Johnny takes Suzy to her favorite children's show and ends up as one of the stars. 
23 "Johnny Goes to Camp / A League of His Own / Buffoon Lagoon" October 1, 1999 (1999-10-01)

A League of His Own—Johnny poses as a girl who is "large for her age" to help out Suzy's softball team.

Johnny Goes to Camp—Johnny gets on the wrong bus and ends up at computer camp, with Carl as his counselor.

Buffoon Lagoon—Johnny is shipwrecked with a pretty woman who spends her time running away from him. 
24 "Brave New Johnny / Witless / Carl Be Not Proud" October 8, 1999 (1999-10-08)

Brave New Johnny—Johnny falls into a pool of hair gel and travels 500 years into the future.

Witless—Johnny joins an Amish community, and everybody thinks that Johnny is a relative from very far.

Carl Be Not Proud—Johnny decides to be nice to Carl, thinking that he is going to die, but Carl takes advantage of him. 
25 "El Bravo Magnifico / Johnny-O and Juliet / Clan of the Cave Boob" October 15, 1999 (1999-10-15)

El Bravo Magnifico—Johnny is mistook for a karate expert, and agrees to help a "South of the border" town defeat an evil Mexican thief.

Johnny-O and Juliet—Johnny tries to end the feud between Bunny and Mona Herschbum, the new next door neighbor, so he can have a date with Mona's tuba-playing daughter, Juliet "Julie" Herschbum.

Clan of the Cave Boob—On an archeological dig, Carl tells Johnny of what he was like as a caveman, who struggled to find a home for himself. 
26 "Galaxy Boy / Damien's Day Out / Noir Johnny" October 22, 1999 (1999-10-22)

Galaxy Boy—Johnny bumps into a starship captain in the park and is beamed aboard his ship. There Johnny wages war against Kharlok, the evil alien captain.

Damien's Day Out—Johnny takes care of a little baby left on his porch, but he realizes that the baby can unleash evil powers.

Noir Johnny—Johnny becomes a detective and takes the case of Suzy's missing doll. 
27 "Hail to the Chump / A Fool for Sister Sara / Days of Blunder" October 29, 1999 (1999-10-29)

Hail to the Chump—When the entire town council comes down with food poisoning at the annual picnic, Johnny is given the duty of mayor.

A Fool for Sister Sara—Sister Sara helps Johnny after a cologne-induced hallucination and tells him she would have a date with Johnny if he is nice.

Days of Blunder—When Johnny takes Bunny's hot rod, Carl convinces him to enter an auto race, where Carl controls it by a joystick. When the joystick short-circuits, Johnny is left to drive on his own. 
28 "Pop Art Johnny / Dude Ranch Doofus / A Cake Too Far" November 5, 1999 (1999-11-05)

Pop Art Johnny—Johnny takes Suzy to an art museum, and Johnny becomes an artist after he makes a butt print on the wall.

Dude Ranch Doofus—Johnny and Bunny spend a day at a dude ranch where Johnny attempts to train a horse named D'Ablo to win a woman's heart.

A Cake Too Far—Bunny and Suzy enter a baking contest, but after Bunny accidentally injures herself playing football, Johnny has to take her place. Unfortunately, Johnny loses the recipe by accident. 
29 "Look Who's Drooling / Law and Disorder / Tooth or Consequences" November 12, 1999 (1999-11-12)

Look Who's Drooling—When Johnny takes a bite out of Pops' hot chili, he uses Carl's fountain of youth potion to cool down the flames. This makes Johnny revert back into a baby until 4:00 PM, but Bunny likes the idea of Johnny being little again.

Law and Disorder—Johnny becomes a security guard at the mall for a power trip. Instead of stopping thieves, Johnny picks up chicks and plays video games. Bunny comes to the rescue when Johnny is held hostage by a thief.

Tooth or Consequences—Johnny poses as the Tooth Fairy after feeling guilty for telling little Suzy that she was not real. To prove that Johnny truly is the Tooth Fairy, Suzy forces him to grant her three wishes. 
30 "The Unsinkable Johnny Bravo / Rashomoron / Free Pookey" November 19, 1999 (1999-11-19)

The Unsinkable Johnny Bravo—Johnny is a poor third class peasant who falls in love with a rich first class girl named Shelia on board the lake-tour liner, the S S Muronic. The boat sinks when it hits a tin can, and Shelia breaks up with Johnny and throws the ring he gave her.

Rashomoron—Three different variations on a story taken place in the part where everyone is hurt, told by Carl, Suzy, and Johnny.

Free Pookey-The annual Weasel Roundup is interrupted by a beautiful animal rights activist. She says she would think differently of Johnny if he would help animals. With the best of intentions, Johnny saves a piñata he names Pookey to return it to its native Mexico. 
31 "Good Knight Johnny / Balloon Platoon / The Clueless Kid" January 7, 2000 (2000-01-07)

Good Knight Johnny—Johnny follows a hot chick dressed as a damsel to a renaissance carnival. He believes that he has gone through a time portal and is really back in the middle ages. He attempts to impress the locals with his 20th century knowledge, only to ruin all of the events at the carnival by accident.

Balloon Platoon—After getting hit by a kid with a crush on Suzy, Johnny recruits the best that he can to overcome their evil forces.

The Clueless Kid—Master Hamma claims the worst of his students could beat the best of his rival's. Hamma's rival takes him up on the challenge, and to protect the honor of the dojo, Johnny must utilize all he has learned to defeat the rival's student. 
32 "Yukon Yutz / Prep School Johnny / Send in the Clones" January 14, 2000 (2000-01-14)

Yukon Yutz—Johnny and Bunny go to Canada, and Johnny attempts to get a mountie girl. He ends up catching a criminal called Slimey Pierre by accident.

Prep School Johnny—Johnny goes to a prep school, and three students named Nigel, Eurhart, and Piggy attempt to get him in trouble.

Send in the Clones—Bunny has Johnny deliver the cable TV bill, but he accidentally goes to a mad scientist's laboratory, where he is cloned. Johnny must prove to everyone else that he is the real Johnny. 
33 "Loch Ness Johnny / Den Mother Johnny / Quo Doofus" January 21, 2000 (2000-01-21)

Loch Ness Johnny—Johnny and Bunny go to Scotland, and Johnny buys himself some haggis, causing problems when the Loch Ness Monster attempts to claim the dish for her own.

Den Mother Johnny—Johnny gives his mother smushweed (which she is allergic to), and Johnny has to take over Bunny's duties as den mother to Suzy's troop.

Quo Doofus—Carl shoves Johnny through a time portal prop he bought from a TV show. The portal works, and Johnny is sent back to Ancient Rome, where he meets Julius Caesar, foils Brutus, and eventually ends up in the Coliseum. The timely eruption of Mt. Vesuvius sends Johnny back home. 
34 "As I Lay Hiccupping / Marine Maroon / Thunder God Johnny" January 28, 2000 (2000-01-28)

As I Lay Hiccupping—Johnny eats too quickly and gets a severe case of the hiccups. He visits a beautiful doctor who tells him that if his hiccups persist, he can come back for her hands-on treatment. To keep his hiccups going, Johnny tries to avoid the remedies of everyone in town.

Marine Maroon—Johnny is taken to Sea Land when he is caught in a fishing net after he was sucked into the sea by a riptide. However, Johnny believes that he found the lost city of Atlantis.

Thunder God Johnny—Johnny pulls a hammer from a block of ice and becomes a Viking god with all sorts of power. Johnny is told by the Gods that he must fight an ice giant. 

Season 3 (2000–2003)[edit]

No. Title Original air date[4]
35 "Luke Perry's Guide to Love / In the Line of Johnny / Fugitive Johnny" August 11, 2000 (2000-08-11)

Luke Perry's Guide to Love—When Johnny saves Luke Perry's life, Luke reluctantly agrees to coach Johnny on one date, using a microscopic headphone placed in Johnny's ear.

In the Line of Johnny—Johnny becomes a security guard for the Soy's Harvest Parade, but he spends all his times fighting things that were actually never to happen.

Fugitive Johnny—Johnny is on the run when the police believe he stole a fresh batch of chocolate chip cookies at their bakery sale. 
36 "Virtual Johnny / Hold That Schmoe / Hunted!" August 18, 2000 (2000-08-18)

Virtual Johnny—Johnny takes Suzy to the toy store and suddenly becomes interested in the Biff Proton VR game and decides to play it. As Johnny progress through the game, his actions begin to have an effect on reality.

Hold That Schmoe—Knowing that it will sell millions, Johnny attempts to get the first issue of "Man Bean, the Bean That Walks Like a Man". The comic is guarded by a ghost, and Johnny and Carl attempt to take it on—Ghostbusters style.

Hunted! —Bunny gambles Johnny away to Colonel Fatman, where Johnny is forced to be hunted. But when it comes to hunting down Johnny, he is no professional in hiding! 
37 "Candidate Johnny / Air Bravo / Johnny B. Badd" September 1, 2000 (2000-09-01)

Candidate Johnny—Johnny and Carl both run for Litter Commissioner to pick up girls.

Air Bravo—Johnny meets Enormous Ferguson, the famous basketball player. Johnny wants to help Ferguson and the Pogatuck Ferrets take on the Townsville Titans.

Johnny B. Badd—Suzy's "Funky Monkey" song is a hit with the neighbors. Pops decides to make Suzy, Carl, and Bunny stars, but Johnny wants to be the lead singer. Pops cuts his microphone chord to make things safe. 
38 "Scoop Bravo / The Incredible Shrinking Johnny / Backdaft" September 8, 2000 (2000-09-08)

Scoop Bravo—To impress a beautiful newspaper editor, Johnny attempts to follow a story that proves cats are actually aliens from outer space.

The Incredible Shrinking Johnny—Johnny begins shrinking after a mysterious person casts a spell on him.

Backdaft—Johnny signs up to be a fireman to impress girls, but he cannot do anything right. 
39 "The Johnny Bravo Affair / Biosphere Johnny / Spa Spaz" September 22, 2000 (2000-09-22)

The Johnny Bravo Affair—Johnny falls asleep in a mummy casket and is awoken when a cat burglar attempts to steal the world's largest piece of cubic zirconium. After Johnny accidentally eats it, he is kidnapped and taken back to her place (to his excitement), where Bunny saves Johnny.

Biosphere Johnny—Johnny locks himself in the biosphere with a pretty lady scientist, Carl, and others, where he destroys all of their resources.

Spa Spaz—Johnny checks into a spa to get pampered and meet hot chicks. The manager sees how many toxins are in Johnny's system and decides that she will take him as her project that will "put her spa on the map". 
40 "Fool for a Day / In Your Dreams / Some Like It Stupid" October 13, 2000 (2000-10-13)

Fool for a Day—After being the butt of everyone's April Fool's jokes (including Suzy's class), Johnny thinks of a way to get revenge on their teacher, but when he does, it is not April Fool's anymore, and the teacher beats him up.

In Your Dreams—Johnny finally meets the girl of his dreams, due to the fact it really is a dream, causing things to go awry when he keeps dreaming things to go wrong

Some Like It Stupid—On the run from Fish Lips Malone, Johnny and Carl disguise themselves as women for the Miss Perky beauty pageant. 
41 "Dental Hijinks / Little Red Riding Johnny / Pouch Potato" November 3, 2000 (2000-11-03)

Dental Hijinks—Johnny has to go to the dentist because of a toothache, but he tries to escape.

Little Red Riding Johnny—Johnny is trying to get Squid Ringo's tungsten knuckles, but they do not have any more of Krelmann's Prune Spread. Johnny thinks that Suzy is taking some to her grandmother in the woods.

Pouch Potato—After being kicked off an outback tour, Johnny is adopted by a mother kangaroo. He is an outcast until he defends the herd from the infamous Boomerang Caine. 
42 "Jurassic Dork / Mascot Academy / Full Metal Johnny" November 17, 2000 (2000-11-17)

Jurassic Dork—Johnny gets his hands on a real prehistoric dinosaur egg, which hatches. Johnny thinks that the dinosaur is a hamster, and he must keep his new pet (named Mr. Wuggles) from wreaking havoc in Aron City. The episode is a parody of giant monster films made in Japan. Also, the dinosaur that Johnny raises looks like Godzilla.

Mascot Academy—Johnny wants to be admired by football cheerleaders, but he has no chance of being a player. Instead, he joins the Mascot Academy as a "stinky fish head" to get the cheerleaders to go out with him.

Full Metal Johnny—While applying for dodgeball camp, Johnny accidentally signs up for the army and has to deal with the roughest drill instructor ever, Sergeant Trixie. 
43 "Johnny on Ice! / Robo-Mama! / 20,000 Leagues Over My Head" November 17, 2000 (2000-11-17)

Johnny on Ice!—While on a trip to the mountains, Johnny is frozen and thawed out by a scientist who thinks that he is a primitive caveman.

Robo-Mama!—When Bunny has to go away to Vegas for a Bingo tournament, leaving Johnny by himself for a few days, she gets a mail-order robot mother to replace her.

20,000 Leagues Over My Head—While searching for Clam-League 9000 toys, Johnny works with an environmentalist named Debbie to save fishes. 
44 "I Dream of Johnny / One Angry Bravo / Carnival of the Darned" December 15, 2000 (2000-12-15)

I Dream of Johnny—Johnny goes to an Arab Convention with Carl and finds a genie that will grant him three wishes.

One Angry Bravo—Thinking he will meet Santa Claus, Johnny goes to a courthouse and ends up on the jury. The female defendant, accused of "triple parking in a no loading zone", is guilty in everyone's eyes except Johnny's.

Carnival of the Darned —Johnny runs away from home after blowing up the microwave oven and joins a freak show. 
45 "A Walk on the Stupid Side / Lone Star Bravo / Enter the Chipmunk" February 2, 2001 (2001-02-02)

A Walk on the Stupid Side—Suzy convinces Johnny to walk for charity. After accidentally walking around the world, they must stop him or else with their donations they will need to pay billions of dollars.

Lone Star Bravo—While looking at the family scrapbook, Mama tells Johnny the tale of Lonestar Bravo and how he became the sheriff of Moist Rock to impress frontier chicks.

Enter the Chipmunk—When a chipmunk falls in Johnny's shirt during a karate match and ends up leveling everyone, his master's rival is so impressed he kidnaps Johnny until he will teach him his move. 
46 "The Great Bunny Book Ban / Toy Boy Johnny / Frankenbravo" February 23, 2001 (2001-02-23)

The Great Bunny Book Ban—The "Harold and the Fuzzy Bunny Book" has been taken off all library shelves by a greedy censorer named Mr. Blowhart, and Suzy must make him change his mind.

Toy Boy Johnny—Johnny is named CEO of a major toy conglomerate and invents (defective) action figures of himself for the holiday season.

Frankenbravo—Johnny meets a mad scientist who has made the perfect female monster, and she and Johnny are on the run from an angry mob. 
47 "Lodge Brother Johnny / Bootman / Freudian Dip" March 30, 2001 (2001-03-30)[6]

Lodge Brother Johnny—When Johnny agrees to take the initiation trial for the "Brotherhood of the Gnu", a fraternity that Pops and Carl are members of, he must face the daunting tasks of eating one potato chip and listening to Brother Ernie's unnecessarily long story of buying a new couch.

Bootman—When the Green Swoosh (a Green Lantern-like superhero) gets injured by a falling meteor, Johnny gets his super boots, the source of his power. Armed with super strength and speed, Johnny tries his hand at being a superhero.

Freudian Dip—Johnny keeps having horrible nightmares about a monster, and it is driving Mama crazy. Suzy, armed with a degree in psychology she earned over the internet, decides to psychoanalyze Johnny and find the root of his terrifying dreams. 
48 "Lord of the Links / Chain Gang Johnny / Lumberjack Johnny" April 27, 2001 (2001-04-27)

Lord of the Links—Johnny becomes a golfer to earn money.

Chain Gang Johnny—Johnny and Carl get arrested and try to escape from jail. Meanwhile, the September 11th Attacks are predicted early in this episode.

Lumberjack Johnny—Johnny becomes a lumberjack. 
49 "Auteur! Auteur! / Runaway Train / A Reject Runs Through It" May 11, 2001 (2001-05-11)

Auteur! Auteur!—Johnny is a film director, writer, and a star of a new movie that he created using a $7 million arts grant from the government of the United States of America.

Runaway Train—Johnny mistakenly boards the Blue Goose 9000, a supersonic train prototype, instead of a commuter train heading to visit his aunt.

A Reject Runs Through It—Carl and Pops dare Johnny to travel to Alaska and catch a rare fish, the "sassy-mouth salmon". 
50 "A Johnny Bravo Christmas" December 7, 2001 (2001-12-07)[7]
Johnny forgets to send a letter to Santa Claus and must reach the North Pole before Christmas. When the post office tells him there is no way to get the letters to the North Pole, Johnny journeys to the north pole himself. Unsure of where Santa lives, he agrees to take little Suzy along with him. They at first become stowaways on a plane, but after getting dropped out along with circus animals, Suzy contacts a trucker to give them a ride to the airport. There they get a lift going towards the North Pole, along the way picking up the infamous Donny Osmond
51 "The Island of Mrs. Morceau / The Colour of Mustard / Third Dork From the Sun" June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07)

The Island of Mrs. Morceau—After traveling to an island to meet babes, Johnny is turned into half-man, half-hamster. Enraged by this, Johnny vows to destroy the mutating machine.

The Colour of Mustard—Johnny has retired from professional badminton because of a courtside accident, but after being challenged by a pretty girl and a prize of a date with her, he quickly agrees to a match.

Third Dork From the Sun—Johnny is sucked into an alien game show by an alien civilization. He wins the first two rounds and competes in a game called "Suck My Brain Out". 
52 "The Hansel and Gretel Witch Project / I.Q. Johnny / Get Stinky" June 14, 2002 (2002-06-14)

The Hansel and Gretel Witch Project—Little Suzy and Carl convince Johnny to help them make a movie about the Hansel and Gretel witch who lives at the edge of town.

I.Q. Johnny—Johnny buys a drink designed to make chimps smart. This makes Johnny smart just in time to save the town during a nuclear meltdown.

Get Stinky —Johnny's childhood nemesis, Stinky Brownstein, moves back to town. She is now very pretty and actually interested in him, but he is unable to see past the memories of all the practical jokes she played on him. 
53 "It's Valentine's Day, Johnny Bravo" February 14, 2003 (2003-02-14)
In celebration of Valentines Day, which is also Johnny's birthday, Johnny invites everyone as he goes out in search of the perfect date. However, it seems that his mother had already arranged a date for him. Refusing to go with a girl his mother decided for him, he goes out on his own. Despite all his attempt, every single woman rejects him as usual, and he becomes deeply depressed at the worst birthday in his life. Ultimately he ends up running into the woman his mother arranged for him, and she turns out to be an attractive, buxom redhead who, for all intents and purposes, is similar to Johnny in many ways. They end up going on a fantastic date, and Johnny decides that this was his best birthday ever. 

Season 4 (2004)[edit]

No. Title Original air date[4]
54 "Johnny Bravo Goes to Hollywood" February 20, 2004 (2004-02-20)
Johnny Bravo is offered a role in the upcoming movie "Lunch Lady S'urprise" and will get to star with Don Knotts, Jessica Biel, a Hobbit, and Alec Baldwin. When his part gets written out of the script, he tries desperately to squeeze a few more seconds out of his 15 minutes of fame. 
55 "Traffic Troubles / My Funny Looking Friend" March 5, 2004 (2004-03-05)

Traffic Troubles—A jaywalking incident lands Johnny in "Musical Comedy Traffic School". Unfortunately, Johnny cannot sing a note, and he seeks the help of a kindly old lady in figuring out how to make the grade and impress the Token Spunky Girl.

My Funny Looking Friend —Inspired by the antics of a fellow macho-man at the mall, Johnny enlists the aid of a funny-looking friend to impress girls. After looking high and low for the perfect funny-looking friend, Johnny finds a pro who knows how to reel in the chicks. 
56 "Win an El Toro Guapo / Witch-ay Woman" March 12, 2004 (2004-03-12)

Win an El Toro Guapo—Johnny tries to enter a contest to win an "El Toro Guapo" pick-up truck, and he must outlast a host of competitors in holding on to a rather talkative bull.

Witch-ay Woman—Johnny gets on the bad side of a gypsy lady with his clumsy passes, and she casts a spell on him, turning him into a woman. ("Jenny Bravo"). 
57 "Home Alone" March 19, 2004 (2004-03-19)
Mama Bravo goes out of town on vacation, and Johnny convinces her to let him stay home alone for the week. Things do not go as well as Johnny would have hoped, as one disaster after another strikes his home, culminating in a band of fairy tale creatures storming into his house and throwing a wild party. 
58 "Mini JB / Back From the Future" March 26, 2004 (2004-03-26)

Mini JB—Johnny finds himself stuck looking after a baby boy and decides to teach the kid to be more like him in order to make the situation bearable. Much to his surprise, the ladies are quite smitten with what they believe to be a father-son duo, and Johnny plans on using the kid as a babe magnet.

Back From the Future —After Johnny is knocked out by a woman he was flirting with, a band of sci-fi geeks find a dazed Johnny and become convinced he is a time traveler from 1963. 
59 "Non, Oui, Oui Pour Johnny / That's Entertainment!" July 2, 2004 (2004-07-02)

Non, Oui, Oui Pour Johnny—Johnny takes up French class with Mama for their upcoming trip to Paris, France, but Johnny is a slow learner.

That's Entertainment!—When the Bravos' TV breaks on movie night, Donny Osmond shows up and suggests that he, Mama Bravo, Johnny, and Little Suzy take turns telling stories to keep themselves entertained. 
60 "Get Shovelized / T Is for Trouble" July 9, 2004 (2004-07-09)

Get Shovelized—Johnny orders a seemingly complex work-out device over the phone, which turns out to be a rusty, worn-out shovel.

T Is for TroubleMr. T pays Johnny a visit to teach him about self-defense. 
61 "Gray Matters / Double Vision" July 16, 2004 (2004-07-16)

Gray Matters—Johnny freaks out when he awakens with a gray hair.

Double Vision—Johnny goes home from the grocery store with lookalike of his mother. 
62 "It's a Magical Life / The Hunk at the End of This Cartoon" July 23, 2004 (2004-07-23)

It's a Magical Life—Johnny believes a magician makes him invisible.

The Hunk at the End of This Cartoon—Johnny fears the new hunk in town. 
63 "The Time of My Life / Run Johnny Run" July 30, 2004 (2004-07-30)

The Time of My Life—Johnny tells Suzy a story about his first crush.

Run Johnny Run—Johnny has to make it to his blind date in time, but when he fails the first time, he grabs the remote and restarts the cartoon. 
64 "Wilderness Protection Program / A Page Right Out of History" August 6, 2004 (2004-08-06)

Wilderness Protection Program—A moose pretends that she and Johnny are married elephants because she is on the run from people she thinks are a mob out to take over the world.

A Page Right Out of History—In the distant past, a same-named ancestor of Johnny living in Bedrock is rescued by Fred Flintstone and soon finds himself doing Fred's chores as a way of repaying Fred. 
65 "Some Walk by Night / Adam West's Date-O-Rama" August 20, 2004 (2004-08-20)

Some Walk by Night—Johnny ends up on a reality TV show as a detective.

Adam West's Date-O-Rama—Johnny is on a dating show and gets a blind date with the Black Widow. 
66 "Johnny Makeover / Back on Shaq" August 27, 2004 (2004-08-27)

Johnny Makeover—Johnny Bravo becomes the target of Don Knotts, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and the Blue Falcon for their reality show, Cartoon Makeover. The trio attempts to completely revamp him to make him a huge hit for the new youth generation, but their tactics only make things worse for Johnny.

Back on Shaq—At a basketball match, Shaquille O'Neal discovers that Johnny Bravo brings him good luck. This occurs up to Shaq's showdown match with Seth Green whose brought along his own good luck charm by the name of Huckleberry Hound. Series Finale 

TV films[edit]

No. Title Original air date
S1 "Johnny Goes to Bollywood" November 4, 2011[8]
After watching a True Hollywood Stories-type documentary in which he is considered a forgotten star, Johnny Bravo travels to Mumbai, the entertainment capital of India, to prove himself he is still popular, confusing Bollywood, India, with Hollywood and Indiana respectively. Eventually Johnny finds himself in the middle of a murder plot to kill Bollywood's greatest star, Jiggy (Johnny's Indian equivalent and rival). 

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Johnny Bravo Season 1". Madman Entertainment. Retrieved 2013-01-24. 
  3. ^ "Johnny Bravo Season 2". Madman Entertainment. Retrieved 2013-01-24. 
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