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Johnny Bravo has no shortage of confidence, and he's certain that all women want him. With his big hair and tight black clothes, he's known for his karate chops, accompanied by the sound of a bullwhip.

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Johnny's cartoon is chosen for a makeover from Don Knotts, the Blue Falcon and Weird Al; Johnny becomes Shaquille O'Neal's good luck charm.
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Allyce Beasley and Curtis Armstrong ("Moonlighting") put Johnny in a reality series; Johnny goes on a reality TV dating show.
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Johnny helps a moose on the lam from the mob by posing as her elephant husband.
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Johnny tells Suzy about his first love; Johnny must run to a date.
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Johnny believes a magician has made him invisible; Johnny fears the new hunk in town.
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Johnny discovers a gray hair; Johnny follows the wrong woman home and thinks Mama received an extreme makeover.
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Johnny buys a trendy exercise machine; Mr. T helps Johnny confront his childhood tormentor.
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When the TV is broken, Suzy, Mama and Donny Osmond tell stories; Johnny and Mama enlist in a French class.
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Mini JB: Johnny uses a little baby to help him get dates.
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When Mama Bravo goes out of town on vacation, Johnny convinces her to let him stay home alone for the week. One disaster after another strikes his home, culminating in a band of fairy tale creatures storming into his house and throwing a wild party.
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Johnny can win a new pickup truck, if he can manage to hold on to a bull; a gypsy curse turns Johnny into a woman.
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Johnny is forced to attend traffic school when he is arrested for jaywalking; Johnny tries to find a funny-looking friend to boost his appeal with women.
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Johnny heads to Hollywood to play the lead in a big time Hollywood movie with Don Knotts, Alec Baldwin, Jessica Biel, a dinosaur and a hobbit.
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A scientist thinks Johnny is a caveman; robot replaces vacationing Bunny; Johnny works to protect fish.
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Johnny visits the dentist; Johnny follows Suzy to grandma's house; a kangaroo adopts Johnny.
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A virtual-reality game affects reality; Johnny tries to outwit a ghost; a colonel hunts Johnny.
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A book has been taken off all library shelves by Mr. Blowhart and Suzy must make him change his mind; Johnny is named CEO of a major toy company; a mad scientist has made the perfect female monster.
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Johnny competes in a golf tournament; Johnny and Carl are sent to prison; Johnny joins a lumberjack contest.
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Johnny hatches a dinosaur egg; Johnny mistakenly signs up for the army.
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Johnny searches the town for a news story; Johnny asks Suzy and Carl for help when a witch puts a shrinking curse on him; Johnny volunteers to be the town's firefighter.
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Luke Perry helps Johnny get a date; Johnny guards a parade; police think Johnny stole cookies.

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