Tom and Jerry

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“The perfect combination of household pets and graphic violence.”

~ Oscar Wilde on Tom and Jerry

“This is a kid's show?”

~ Some guy on Tom and Jerry.
Tom and Jerry before things turned ugly.

The Tom and Jerry Show (better known simply as Tom and Jerry) is a animated comedy-slapstick violent cartoon franchise about two homicidal maniacs who constantly destroy each other for no reason. The two are said to take the appearance of a cat and mouse, thus seeming cute and cuddly on the outside. This show is TV-Y7 and TV-PG for being outstandingly mild violent. It was incredibly famous in the last few decades, before the corrupt Warner Bros. messed it up and shows like South Park, Happy Tree Friends, Saw: The Animated Series, and the rip-off Itchy and Scratchy stole T&J's fame and violence.

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History[edit]

As previously mentioned, the show is about homicidal wacky animals who kill each other for fun. Why do they hate each other so much? Well, it began when Jerry went to some dinner theater somewhere. Tom worked there as a stand-up comedian, the ones who tell those dirty jokes that aren't even funny. Jerry got drunk and dissed Tom. So Tom started mauling Jerry with his claws. The next morning, Tom was fired but got Jerry's wallet in the fight. He later phoned a hospitalized Jerry to tell him that he raped and ate his wife. Jerry reacted by brutally murdering Tom. And that's how Tom and Jerry began their long enemyship.

Characters[edit]

Tom - (April 22, 1918-immortal) A dim-witted cat who is the main hero victim of the T&J Show. He has had a long history of being huffed during his kittenhood. He is also a loser because he is the only cat who fails at catching mice. And I blame him. Tom didn't pay any attention at mouse-catching school, because he kept ditching class to jack off. One day, his teacher caught him jacking off, so he was sold to a pet store and neutered as punishment. One day, he was found on the streets and hired to be a star in the T&J Show. Sadly, no one warned him about Jerry. voiced by Harry Lang, William Hanna, Daws Butler, Gene Deitch, Mel Blanc, Terrence Monk, Abe Levitow, John Stephenson, Lou Scheimer, Frank Welker, Richard Kind, Bill Kopp, Alan Marriott, Jeff Bennett, Mark Silk, Spike Brandt, Brian Stepanek, Dee Bradley Baker, Don Brown, Richard Danhakl, Kaiji Tang, T-Pain, Travis Willingham.

Jerry - (b. June 25, 1920-immortal) A mouse who is the primary villain of the T&J Show. Jerry has experienced years of attempted child abuse through beatings from his drunk annoying father. Like all mice, Jerry is addicted to cheese, which Tom uses as an advantage, because everyone knows mice are stupid and can't help but to take cheese lying on an obvious mouse-trap in plain sight. Jerry now spends most of his time torturing Tom. It has been his favorite hobby ever since his best friend/love interest was killed with an oriole. Whatever that means. voiced by Sara Berner, Paul Frees, June Foray, Dana Hill, Jill Talley, Vanessa Marshall, Jennifer Hale, Michelle Ruff, Cristina Pucelli, Sam Vincent, Janice Kawaye, Stephanie Nadolny, Maria Bamford, Kari Wahlgren, Andrew Dickman, Paget Brewster and Andre Sogliuzzo, Libe Barer.

Spike - (August 28, 1906-immortal) Just some big bully morbidly-obese bulldog. He isn't really an important part of the show, except when he gets caught in the middle of Tom and Jerry's homicidal antics, which usually ruin his chances to hump his owner's leg. He then beats the living sh*t out of Tom. voiced by Billy Bletcher, Don Messick, John E. Ross, Dick Gautlier, Maurice LaMarche, Jeff Bergman, Kevin Michael Richardson, John DiMaggio, Michael Donovan, Phil Lamarr, Rick Zieff, Bobby Cannavale.

                                                                                                                                  Additional voices: Red Coffey, Allen Swift, Bill Thompson, Clarence Nash, Dallas McKennon, Francoise Brun-Cottan, Frank Graham, George O'Hanlon, Lillian Randolph/Thea Vidale, Ira Woods, Lucille Bliss, Martha Wentworth, Shug Fisher, Stepin Fetchit, Paul Winchell, Henry Cordin, Kathy Gori, Alan Oppenheimer, Hal Smith, Jean Vander Pyl, Janet Waldo, Lennie Weinrib, Bob Holt, Marty Ingels, John Stephenson, Linda Gary, Jay Scheimer, Erika Scheimer, Charlie Adler, William Callaway, Patrick 'Pat' Fraley, Teresa Ganzel, Phil Hartman, Patric Zimmerman, Edie McClurg, Sorell Brooke, Arthur Burghardt, Kenneth Mars, Gary Owens, Neil Ross, Barbara Stuart, Danny Cooksey, Peter Cullen, Brian Cummings, Hamilton Camp, S. Scott Bullock, Joanie Gerber, Arte Johnson, Paul Krepple, Clive Reville, Allan Lurie, Joe Alaskey, Brandon Adams, Rene Auberjonois, Gregg Berger, Greg Burson, Tim Curry, Brad Garett, Kathy Garver, Jerry Houser, Vicki Juditz, Nicole Brown, Tony Jay, Kip King, David Lander, Chuck McCann, Brian Mitchell, Bibi Osterwald, Henry Polic II, Kimmy Robertson, Sally Struthers, Lee Wilkof, Joanne Worley, Michael Bell, Nancy Cartwright, Lewis Arquette, Patricia Alice Albrecht, Susan Blu, Charlie Brill, Marsha Clark, Bud Cort, Selette Cole, Jesse Corti, Jennifer Darling, Mari Devon, Pamela Hayden, Nancy Dessault, Maggie Egan, Barry Gordon, Sherry Lynn, Diane Michelle, Patricia Parris, Tony Pope, Hal Rayle, B.J. Ward, Jimmy Weldon, Jane Wiedlin, April Winchell, Susanne Blakeslee, Angella Kaye, Oliver Anderson, William Callaway, Sheryl Bernstein, Charity James, Nick Jameson, Nancy Linari, Kris Zimmerman, Valery Pappas, Michael Stanton, Roger Rose, Susan Silo, Marcelo Tubert, Stuart Robinson, Sonnie Schell, Zale Kessler, George Hearn, Archie Hahn, Charlotte Rae, Anndi McAfee, Rip Taylor, Henry Gibson, Ed Gilbert, David L. Lander, Howard Morris, Tino Insana, Raymond McLeod, Mitchel D. Moore, Scott Wohjahn, Charlie Schlatter, Billy West, Maile Flanagan, Kathryn Fiore, J. Grant Albrecht, Thom Pinto, Charlie Adler, Kathy Najimy, Mark Hamill, Wallace Shawn, Charlie Nelson Reilly, Chantal Strand, Ian James Corlett, Tara Strong, Cree Summer, Grey Delisle-Griffin, Gary Chalk,    Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Corey Burton, Richard McGonagle, Kath Soucie, Greg Ellis, Michael McDowell, Michael York, John Rhys Davies, Michael J. Gough, Todd Stashwick, Frances Conroy, Stephen Root, Clive Reville, John Michael Higgins, Jamie Bamber, Charlie Shaugnessy, Thomas F. Wilson, Garrison Keillor, Paul Reubens, Jacob Bertrand, Kelly Stables, Vicki Lewis, Wayne Knight, James Hong, Eric Bauza, Tia Carrere, Tim Matheson, Andrea Martin, James Munroe Iglehart, Amy Pemberton, Jason Alexander, John Paul 'J.P.' Karliak, Mick Wingert, Lori Alan, Rachel Butera, Sean Schemmel, Audrey Wasilewski, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Spank Horton, Tim Story, Scott Menville, Rajia Baroudi, Brigdet Hoffman, Stephen Stanton, Rachael Macfarlane, Alicyn Packard, Kimberly Brooks, Marieve Herington, Cathy Cavadini, Trevor Devall, Robin Atkin Downes, Cristina Pucelli, Gilbert Gottfried, Patton Oswalt, Georgie Kidder, Keone Young, Tom Kenny, Tress Macneille, Kath Soucie, Laraine Newman, Carlos Alazraqui.

Episodes[edit]

Episode Title
01 “Fuminator”
Tom gets a job and is sent to fumigate a house full of mice. Jerry turns out to be one of those mice. As Tom prepares to fumigate the place and eat all the mice, Jerry sends all his mouse brethren outside and then shuts the door and windows. The mice then celebrate Tom's death from the toxic fumes. The end.
Episode Title
02 “A very weird episode”
Jerry is eaten by Tom but somehow manages to prevent being killed by his stomach acids. He sees other mice who have been previously swallowed by Tom and also survived the stomach acids. Jerry starts mating with them and soon creates a whole community of mice surviving in Tom's stomach. One day, half of the town argue for no reason and split up, causing a rivalry. Jerry creates an army camp and trains some soldier mice. One day, the two mouse towns start a war, soon leading to another war, and finally leading to a nuclear explosion that blows Tom into a million bloody pieces.
Episode Title
03 “Tom & Jerry meet Sylvester & Tweety”
Warner Bros. makes a retarded crossover of Tom and Jerry and the Looney Tunes. I have no idea why. Anyways, Tom and Sylvester work together to eat Jerry and Tweety. Soon, they fight over who eats who. Soon their fight leads to yet another war. Since there were more Looney Tunes characters than Tom and Jerry characters, Tom was instantly huffed. Sylvester gloats over his victory but suddenly dies for no reason. Jerry and Tweety then have hot dry sex and raise many mouse-bird children (Tweety's a girl, right?).

There are so many episodes of T&J, that we couldn't fit them all here. If you want to see the complete list of episodes, click here.

Controversy[edit]

The T&J Show has been widely accepted as an incredibly violent cartoon by parents and cowards. According to some people, T&J gives children bad examples and teaches them to torture. Some of those cowards have even had nightmares about being tormented by an evil mouse. Because of this, the T&J Show was pulled off the air, only to be revived by less violent but still kinda disturbing spin-offs and television films.

Spin-offs[edit]

  • The Tom & Jerry Show 75' (1975)
  • The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show (1980-1982)
  • Tom & Jerry Kids (1990-1993)
  • Tom & Jerry Tales (2006-2008)
  • Tom & Jerry Show 14' (2014-2021)
  • Tom & Jerry In New York (2021-present)

Feature Films[edit]

  1. Tom And Jerry 1: The First Movie (1993)
  2. Tom And Jerry 2: The Magic Ring (2002)
  3. Tom And Jerry 3: Blast off To Mars (2005)
  4. Tom And Jerry 4: The Fast and The Furry (2006)
  5. Tom And Jerry 5: Shiver Me Whiskers' (2007)
  6. Tom And Jerry 6: A Nutcracker Tale (2008)
  7. Tom And Jerry 7: Meets Sherlock Holmes vs. James Moriarty (2010)
  8. Tom And Jerry 8: Wizard Of Oz (2011)
  9. Tom And Jerry 9: Robin Hood and his Merry Mouse Vs. Sheriff (2012)
  10. Tom And Jerry 10: The Giant Adventure (2013)
  11. Tom And Jerry 11: The Lost Dragon (2014)
  12. Tom And Jerry 12: The Spy Quest (2015)
  13. Tom And Jerry 13: Back to Revenge of Oz (2016)
  14. Tom And Jerry 14: Willy Wonka and his Chocolate Factory (2017)
  15. Tom And Jerry 15: Behold the Scooby Doo Gang (2018)
  16. Tom And Jerry 16: Meets Space Ghost and Blue Falcon (2019)
  17. Tom And Jerry 17: The Movie Reboot (2021)
  18. Tom and Jerry 18: Meets Goober Gang (2022)


Fandom[edit]

T&J has a lot of fans. Period. <poll> Who's side are you on? Tom Jerry I dunno. I just like watching them kill each other. </poll>

See Also[edit]

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