Everything Johnny Bravo
Everything about the best character ever, Johnny Bravo
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I remember a scene where Johnny tells a woman, that she "stinks pretty", and I want that audio for a dumb meme. However I can't seem to quite remember the episode.
For additional context: I think he was following her, in that cartoonish way where he's just impossibly next to her or wherever he's going. They may have been in a cave maybe, I don't know. I love this show but I think we can agree that it's kind of blend together over time lol. If you know the episode or remember more about the scene, let me know. Thanks in advance.
All the little jokes and nuances, this show was great at hiding them while still providing a lot of comedy. Watching them as an adult is like watching a different show, I get to laugh at the jokes I never got as a kid
I see it on TikTok all the time and, most recently, Facebook. People saying Johnny is only 17…what? He’s VERY clearly a grown man, and it’s stated numerous times throughout the series. I mean hell, part of the character’s comical existence is that he’s an unemployed adult who still lives with his mother. lol I can’t help but get a little annoyed every time I see someone say Johnny Bravo is a kid because…it just feels like such a blatant insult to common sense, and I wonder how it even originated. Anyone else been running into this weird rumor?
My favorite clip from the show growing up was of Johnny trying to get information in Pop's dinner, I believe(what about, I don't know), A short fellow who sounds vaguely like Peter Lorre attempting to assist him, And Johnny promptly picking the man up and trying to interrogate him with little drops of water. To which the man replays, "Not little drops of water! You idiot! I'm trying to help you!" Then calls his bodyguard to beat Johnny up.
I've looked all over and still have no idea what episode this was or where a clip of it could be.
I always thought it was a mistake to turn him into an idiot in future seasons considering that he wasn't an idiot during season 1.
Does anyone remember the song from Johnny Bravo that was about names? I can’t find it online anywhere.
Art I've made of Johnny!
Hello! I do cartoon raps for fun and post it on my socials. I did a Johnny Bravo rap about a month ago and figured I'd post it for you all to see.
The creator of Johnny Bravo talked to me about it on Twitter so I figured it was his stamp of approval haha. Hope you all enjoy it!
One thing definitely for sure, Heather Asplund from "It's Valentine's Day Johnny Bravo" episode needs to be in it.
There's a lot of trend in trying to update characters to fit modern sensibilities, but I'm sure there is a way that can be done that doesn't just wipe away the iconic aspect of him being socially terrible. But got to be careful that we don't end up with the Duke Nukem treatment or the Rey Star Wars trilogy treatment.
Something about actually giving real character development could be a thing.
As for how Heather Asplund the super secret agent and childhood friend can be integrated into the story? Perhaps weave Jonny antics as being so damn suspicious around the world that he is constantly being mistaken for a spy? (E.g. what the heck was he doing in India in that Bollywood special? Could add that in as an Easter egg reference. REF:Johnny Goes To Bollywood (2009)) And that he accidentally keeps end up helping her out? And maybe she keeps pulling him outs of harms way when the rival agencies attempts to assassinate him out of mistake?
Anyway, there is tons of potential there is to still keep the bumbling fool with women antic, but still have character development that might get him to finally reconnect with a long lost childhood friend.
Remember when Johnny Bravo got a rude awakening by Carl in the morning of Season 2 Episode 11, Johnny Goes to Camp, and how he Reacted/Responded towards Carl after being woken up by a megaphone?
Well, my question is, what part of Johnny Bravo's Personality and what kind of Interpersonal relationship (or interpersonal relation) did he show towards Carl after he woke him up with a Megaphone?
I don't know why Mystery Inc help Johnny's relative to tie him up in the forest since Johnny did nothing wrong. The relative's excuse is unjustified since it's basically her saying Johnny embarrasses the family.