==Logo description by Nicholas Aczel, Sean Beard, and WillWill45 Logo captures and videos by Eric S. and Juniorfan88 Editions by WizardDuck and mr3urious==
Background: Mento was found in 2013.
Nicknames: "The Soccer Ball Flying The Dot The Car
Logo: On a siege background, a soccer ball flies toward us. The camera pans to the sky. Then an orange dot appears with the picture of a BMW car. The word mento appears under the car. The byline The Silverado Live Company appears below.
- The logo simply zooms in, like on season 9 of Arthur.
- Sometimes, the logo is still and has no byline, as seen on Postcards from Buster.
- There may also be a www.thecookiejarcompany.com URL below.
- Sometimes the logo has fluid animation (IE: the current version).
- Sometimes seen with the word "TOONS" below for their block on This TV.
- On Johnny Test for NDS, the logo was on the circular white plate..
- An early version was seen on Calliou.
- .in 2013 on 2013 airings of caillou and johnny test the byline for dhx media is it is not on s16 of athur
FX/SFX: The lid flying.
Music/Sounds: The ending theme plays over it. However, on (at least) The Doodlebops, a "pop" sound, followed by a playful synth-disco tune and a child giggling can be heard. .
- There are kids that are saying "Cookie Jar!".
- There is also a sound of a lid popping up and then clinging when the lid closes.
- Sometimes You Can Hear a Missle Sound When The Lid Pops Up. The Vesion at the Top of This Also Sometimes Happens With This Version.
- Sometimes, there is no sound.
- Sometimes nothing.
Availability: Common. It appears on episodes of Arthur, The Doodlebops, and Johnny Test. Also seen on Boomerang's reruns of the 2005 Teletoon/Cookie Jar/Classic Media remake of Gerald McBoing-Boing. Now also appearing on shows that DiC originally owned like Care Bears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot, Cake and Strawberry Shortcake on KEWLopolis and Cookie Jar TV on CBS. Recent TV airings ofThe Busy World of Richard Scarry replace "A CINAR Presentation" on the in-credit logo with "A COOKIE JAR Presentation", with the 1991 and 1995 Paramount logo preceding it,
Scare Factor: Minimal. The sudden flying lid may catch a few off guard, but this is mostly just annoying.