As we all know, Warner Bros. dropped Kennedy Cartoons as an animation subcontractor after the first season of Tiny Toons, and it was never used for any WB show again, instead working for the Disney shows. But..... WHAT IF Kennedy had been used for Animaniacs? Now before you say, "It would've been horrible! I don't even want to think about it!", let me explain. Suppose you take the fluid, bouncy animation from Kennedy's earlier episodes like Gang Busters and Best O'Plucky Duck Day, not the crappy, choppy stuff from their later episodes like Who Bopped Bugs Bunny. I actually think that style would fit in rather well with Animaniacs. When you think about it, the animation was a lot more free and wild on that show as opposed to Tiny Toons*, so Kennedy animation wouldn't seem so out-of-place. In addition, the Warners are fairly easy to draw and less detailed than the Tiny Toons, so Kennedy's roundish models wouldn't feel as out-of-place. Then you factor in the fact that Animaniacs was the first WB show to utilize multiple different studios for one episode- in the course of 22 minutes, you might have two TMS shorts, an Akom, and a StarToons. So even if Kennedy has a difficult job getting through a full episode, they might put out better work if they only had to worry about one short per episode. For example, I rather enjoyed the Bonkers short "Goldijitters & the 3 Bobcats". Sure, the animation was all over the place, but it was atleast smooth and omitted a high energy that the short required. So what do you think? *TMS always looked good in Tiny Toons, but remember that Season 1 had its fare share of crap as well- Encore's three episodes, the later Kennedy episodes that were lumpy and ugly to the 10th degree, Freelance looks like it's perpetually in slow motion (even though I like that particular studio, for other reasons), no StarToons yet, etc.