No Pain, No Painting
- The Warners visit France with hopes to become models for Pablo Picasso. Picasso only wants to focus on finding a new style of art. Will the Warners help him find his new style?
- This cartoon features some recreations of Picasso paintings as well as salutes to a member of the production team
- Listen to your hosts talk about what they enjoyed about this cartoon and the connections they made to Young Indiana Jones and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. (They can't help themselves.)
- This is definetly, definitely the best Rita and Runt cartoon to date! Rita is being held captive outside a French restaurant and finds out that the chef wants to make meat pies from cats! WIll Runt be able to save her? Definitely.
- This cartoon truly is a salute to Les Miserables. Listen to the similarities from the songs sung in this episode to the original cast recordings of Les Miserables.
- Kelly fills us in on many of the details of Les Mis so that everyone gets a better appreciation of the episode.
- Side note: Rita welcomes everyone to the French Revolution. The original story of Les Miserables doesn't take place during the French Revolution. Whoops!
- Connections to Sweeney Todd and Monty Python are discussed.
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