Four pages of discussion and not one Pinky & The Brain fan protests this gross effrontery and besmirchiness of a modern day classic? For the love of Mary Pickford! I refuse to vote in this poll until this so-called "king" zrz answers for this. That said, I would rank the three shows thusly (and in this order): 3) Tiny Toons: It's difficult for me to say that I'm actually a "fan" of this series. I have an aversion to any animated icons being changed into "kiddie versions" to make them more appealing to younger viewers. It's consistently been a bad idea, and one that animation fans fear most. And while I will agree that TTA did overcome the cliche and produced an entertaining series, the concept of the series to this day still leaves a bad taste on my tongue. But I loved Plucky, which is ironic considering what I stated earlier about kidditized (if that isn't a word, I just made it one) versions of animated icons. Daffy Duck is my favorite cartoon character. And somehow, a youthful exaggeration of Daffy's personality was comedy gold and I loved it. Plucky always made me laugh, especially any Plucky/Hamton-featured episodes. They made a great comedy duo--much moreso than Babs and Buster ever did, IMO. 2) Freakazoid!: It was more an animated comedy variety show than it was an animated superhero comedy, and it worked. But it was also more for adults than kids, and probably why I latched onto it immediately. Freakazoid is like a grab bag of all the best cartoons, characters, and classic films WB ever produced, and infused with humor stylings of some of the best comedy ever produced... like The Marx Brothers, Monty Python, and The Three Stooges all rolled into one incredibly entertaining show. And then cap it off with Paul Rugg's hilarious performance, along with a great voice cast, quality animation, and great writing, and you've got yourself one heckuva hilarious show. Freakazoid was also the reason I made my first post here at TZ, back in the late 90's when it was still the Warner Bros Club and part of Brian's WB Cartoons Page. 1) Animaniacs: I have several thousand dollars worth of collectibles in storage thanks to this show. That alone should be ample explanation why I rank it #1. But what I loved most about A! were the Pinky & The Brain segments. My younger brother and I would literally cheer every time they appeared. And the large statues of the mousey duo sitting atop my bookshelf are a testament to my love of the show and especially those characters. I've also wasted away many, many countless hours here at TZ discussing episodes of Animaniacs and P&TB. There's like a 3-year stint of my life that revolved almost exclusively around A! and P&TB. And in hindsight, you ask if I wish I had those years back and would've been more productive doing something to better myself or the world around me? @#$%, NO! That was actually a very difficult period of my life, and those shows (along with Freakazoid) helped me through it, and my love of those shows made me some lifelong friends here.