Speaking of Johnny Bravo, I was also hoping that one of the show's executive producers could be Van Partible; he hasn't had a good gig like this in awhile. His use of smear animation would be integral to contributing to that golden age aesthetic of the series, not to mention he's also a big Hanna-Barbera fan... The animation supervisor would also be Joanna Davidovich, to preserve it's high quality, and the show's music should be handled by the Rayman composer, Christophe Heral, to take over where Richard Stone could not. If it were up to me, maybe the animation should be done in-house as apposed to outsourcing; as expensive as it may turn out to be, the show could turn out a lot better if the actual grunt work were done here. Animaniacs was always a self contained short format, so in the case of a commercial break, a short would play. Plus, I know there are a lot of animators here who would be willing to work on a project like this: I also think this new version of the show would benefit from being storyboard driven rather than script driven to focus more on the visuals and gag timing.