Rocko's Modern Life Title Cards

A Sucker for the Suck-O-Matic (1993)

Title: It plays as normal, but then Rocko says "Wait! What?" and takes off his helmet, pointing to "Suc" in the title.
Trivia: This is a reference to NickSplat's "Wait...what?" bumpers.
FX/SFX: The original title, and Rocko taking his helmet off.
Music/Sounds: The first 2 notes of the theme, and Rocko saying "Wait, what?"
Availibility: Rare. Seen on NickSplat.
Scare Factor: None to minimal.


Canned (1993)

Title: It plays as normal, but then Spunky runs in and Rocko shouts "Spunky!!!"
FX/SFX: The original title and Spunky running.
Music/Sounds: The first note of the theme and Rocko yelling "Spunky!"
Availibility: Same as above.
Scare Factor: Minimal, Rocko screaming might get to some.


Flu-In-U-Enza (1993)

Title: It plays as normal, but a girl (who is amymina5 when she was 9) says "Hey! The spiral is for Looney Tunes characters only!" Then the background turns white, and she says "Okay! Good!"
FX/SFX: The original title and the background turning white.
Music/Sounds: The first note of the original theme, a record needle scratch and amymina5 yelling "Hey, the spiral is for Looney Tunes characters only!" When the background turns white, it plays "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from The Nutcracker, which is supposed to be a reference to the SpongeBob episode "Suds".
Availibilty: Extinct originally. However, reruns of this episode on NickSplat have this title intact.
Scare Factor: Medium, the note of the creepy music will scare some.


Tickled Pinky (1994)

Title: It plays as normal, but the record needle scratches and Kaito (from the Netmon series) says "OK, what's the big idea with this title? Crystal doesn't like ambulances in this picture!". Suddenly, an ambulance disappears from the screen. Rocko says "Who the heck is Crystal?"
FX/SFX: The original title, the ambulance disappearing and the background turning black.
Music/Sounds: Same as the original, the record needle scratching and the characters' dialogue.
Availibilty: Extinct originally. However, reruns of this episode on NickSplat have this title intact.
Scare Factor: Low.
Tooth and Nail (1995)
Title: It plays as normal, but Swayzak from Toonami starts yelling "WHERE THE HECK ARE HIS EYES?!" The title card is then shown with the rest of Rocko's head visible, including his (closed) eyes.
FX/SFX: None.
Music/Sounds: The original music and the dialogue.
Availability: Seen on reruns of this episode on NickSplat.
Scare Factor: None.

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