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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Sherri Stoner:''' I started out as an actress back a hundred million years ago, and I was, um…I was in The Groundlings. I performed at The Groundings, and a friend of mine at The Groundlings asked if I’d be interested in maybe writing for a cartoon. Um, this was for ''Tiny Toons'', actually. So I’ve never written anything before, but I’m a huge fan of the whole Warner Brothers cartoons, so I got hired on staff for ''Tiny Toons'', and ''Animaniacs'' came along, and I jumped at the chance to develop that along with Tom Ruegger and everybody.</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Sherri Stoner:''' I started out as an actress back a hundred million years ago, and I was, um…I was in The Groundlings. I performed at The Groundings, and a friend of mine at The Groundlings asked if I’d be interested in maybe writing for a cartoon. Um, this was for ''Tiny Toons'', actually. So I’ve never written anything before, but I’m a huge fan of the whole Warner Brothers cartoons, so I got hired on staff for ''Tiny Toons'', and ''Animaniacs'' came along, and I jumped at the chance to develop that along with Tom Ruegger and everybody.</p>
   
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''John P. McCann:''' Growing up, it was either sports or being funny, or being preyed upon, so I chose funny. Paul and I, at the time, were in a group called Acme Comedy Theatre, which is run by Sherri Stoner’s husband. She’d already been, uh…you know, brought on board for ''Tiny Toons'' and other shows, and when they started looking for writers for ''Animaniacs'', they came down, they said “These guys are, you know, uh, lean and unemployed. They’ll probably work cheaply.” And they’re correct.</p>
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''John P. McCann:''' Growing up, it was either sports or being funny, or being preyed upon, so I chose funny. Paul and I, at the time, were in a group called Acme Comedy Theatre, which is run by Sherri Stoner’s husband. She’d already been, uh…you know, brought on board for T''iny Toons'' and other shows, and when they started looking for writers for ''Animaniacs'', they came down, they said “These guys are, you know, uh, lean and unemployed. They’ll probably work cheaply.” And they’re correct.</p>
   
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Paul Rugg:''' So when ''Animaniacs'' was coming up, she thought she’d just give, you know, John and I a script and when they were first developing it, and based on that, they hired us.</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Paul Rugg:''' So when ''Animaniacs'' was coming up, she thought she’d just give, you know, John and I a script and when they were first developing it, and based on that, they hired us.</p>
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''NC:''' And I’m wondering, Nate, uh, how did you get into this? Was this something that you really wanted to do, or did your father force you to do it, or how did it work?</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''NC:''' And I’m wondering, Nate, uh, how did you get into this? Was this something that you really wanted to do, or did your father force you to do it, or how did it work?</p>
   
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">(NOTE: When we first see Nate Ruegger talking, the quality in his webcam is slightly blurry: NC puts up the caption "Nate Ruegger, Who apologizes for 'Close up Blurry Cam'")</p>
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">(NOTE: When we first see Nate Ruegger talking, the quality in his webcam is slightly blurry: NC puts up the caption “Nate Ruegger, Who apologizes for 'Close up Blurry Cam'")</p>
   
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Nate Ruegger:''' Uh, I came to do the voice of Baby Plucky, actually because of my youngest brother Cody. Cody was two or three at the time, and he was the inspiration for Baby Plucky. Everything we remember Baby Plucky for, like taking everything he could find and flushing it down the toilet, getting into an elevator and pushing all the buttons…</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Nate Ruegger:''' Uh, I came to do the voice of Baby Plucky, actually because of my youngest brother Cody. Cody was two or three at the time, and he was the inspiration for Baby Plucky. Everything we remember Baby Plucky for, like taking everything he could find and flushing it down the toilet, getting into an elevator and pushing all the buttons…</p>
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Tom Ruegger:''' It rhymes, it’s amazing.</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Tom Ruegger:''' It rhymes, it’s amazing.</p>
   
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''NC:''' Now, for all of you, when I think of writers on a show, especially a comedy show, I think of “Dick van Dyke”. I think of everybody packed in a room and they’re all shouting out ideas and they’re saying, “Oh, that’s great! What’s the next line? What’s the next line?” and…did the process work that way, or was it very much an individual process?</p>
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''NC:''' Now, for all of you, when I think of writers on a show, especially a comedy show, I think of ”Dick van Dyke”. I think of everybody packed in a room and they’re all shouting out ideas and they’re saying, “Oh, that’s great! What’s the next line? What’s the next line?” and…did the process work that way, or was it very much an individual process?</p>
   
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Paul Rugg: '''There wasn’t, like, you know, sort of like the “Dick van Dyke” thing where we’re all sitting in a room together going, “OK, what’s the next line?” We would all go away and, you know, sort of struggle over the scripts.</p>
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt">'''Paul Rugg: '''There wasn’t, like, you know, sort of like the “Dick van Dyke” thing where we’re all sitting in a room together going, “OK, what’s the next line?” We would all go away and, you know, sort of struggle over the scripts.</p>
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