My favorite Animaniac was always Wacko Warner, but my brother and I spent countless hours riffing off Pinky and the Brain, voiced by the immortal Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche. Now you have LEGO Pinky and the Brain signed by the immortal Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche.
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