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1st Logo
(1993-)

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Logo: On a dark blue background, we see a P-Pal version of the biplane from the 1991 Universal Animation Studios logo, which while passing by leaves a smoke trail which then fills up the entire screen. Then the smoke disappears and reveals the 1st PBS Kids logo from 1993, that logo then plays normally. At the end, the words "CARTOON STUDIOS" in the same style as the Universal Animation Studios logo fade in. 

Variants

  • On the pilot episode of Rocko's Modern Life, the logo is seen on a TV set and is the same, except that "AND" in the same font as "PBS" appears above and fades in with "PBS". Then the logo freezes completely, the sound looping. A hand with a TV remote attempts to change channels, but is still frozen on the logo. Then the TV is turned off and the logo disappears.
  • On 1998-1999 episodes of Cow and Chicken and Star Fox, the background is red-orange gradient, the biplane is green, the P-Pals are blue, and P-Pet is white.
  • On english version of Pokémon, english version of One Piece, Season 2 episodes of Mona the Vampire, and Season 1 episodes of Arthur, the background is red with a P-Pet saying "I don't get it" instead of barking.
  • This logo is also shown in the bottom left corner along with the 1989 Klasky-Csupo logo on the top left, the 1990 Nick haystack logo logo on the top right, and the 1992 SNAS Inc. logo on the bottom right on AAAHH!!! Real Monsters. Sometimes the PBS Kids logo stops when P-Pet barks.
  • On Season 1 episodes of ChalkZone and Season 2 episodes of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, the background is green. On ChalkZone, this variant is seen after Ultimate Enterprise Studios "Snap" logo.
  • The logo is seen on the top with the 2004 Billionfold logo on the left and the 1996 Nicktoons "Splat" logo on the right on Season 3 episodes of Danny Phantom.
  • This logo is shown in the top left corner along with the 1998 Hanna-Barbera CGI Swirling Star on the bottom right corner on the Dexter's Laboratory 1999 special "Ego Trip", but the part where P-Pet barks is cut.
  • On Sheep in the Big City, the logo is light blue and the biplane is in form of a sheep.
  • There is a still version of the logo with more detail, the P-Pals and P-Pet looking like the 1984 PBS logo, and "CARTOON STUDIOS" written in gold lettering that appears on Season 1 episodes of Hey Arnold!Catscratch, and the final season of Rocket Power.
  • This logo is shown in the top left corner along with the 2005 Cartoon Network Studios "My Gym Partner's a Monkey" on the bottom right corner on the My Gym Partner's a Monkey 2007 special "The Big Field Trip", but the part where P-Pet barks is cut.
  • On several episodes of My Life as a Teenage Robot, the biplane is made out of steel and "CARTOON STUDIOS" is in the Futura font.
  • On 2004-2008 episodes of All Grown Up!, the background is orange-blue gradient. Also, P-Pet wears an orange cap and says "Cool!" instead of barking.
  • There is also a silent version or the logo which appears on the Rugrats episode "I Remember Meville/No More Cookies" and the Season 1 episodes of Animaniacs.
  • This logo is shown in the top left corner along with the previous Walt Disney logo on the bottom right corner on The Weekenders, the final season of Kim Possible, Dave the Barbarian, Brandy and Mr. WhiskersGravity Falls, Phineas and Ferb and Wander Over Yonder.
  • On the final season of Recess, the background is purple-yellow gradient, and the biplane is green.
  • On Santo Bugito, the P-Pals are replaced with bugs.
  • On Inspector Gadget, the biplane is replaced with Inspector Gadget flying in the Gadget copter, the P-Pals are replaced with Penny and Chief Quimby, and the P-Pet is replaced with Brain saying "Go-go Gadget runaway!".
  • On The X's, the biplane looks evil and the P-Pals wear boxing gloves.
  • On the ABC seasons of Darkwing Duck, the biplane is replaced with the Thunderquack, the P-Pals are replaced by Gosalyn and her group of four friends (Honker, Tank and a giant owl with a black flat top) singing the show's theme song, and the P-Pet is replaced with a tiny Bushroot saying "Go buy some products!".
  • On the classic series of Thomas & Friends and the show's spin-off Jack & The Pack, the biplane is replaced by Tigermoth, the P-Pals are replaced with Sir Topham Hatt, The Butler (from the episode "Thomas in Trouble") and the Policeman (also from "Thomas in Trouble"), and the P-Pet is replaced with Gremlin, who barks.
  • On David and Goliath, the biplane is replaced by a flying book, the P-Pals are replaced with David, Goliath and Kurio, and the P-Pet is replaced with Donatello (in his rooster form) saying "Spoon!".
  • On Trollz, Rocko's Modern Life, the USA Network re-runs of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987), The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius episode "The Retroville 9/Grumpy Young Men", the PB&J Otter episode "Go Away, Gorilla/Mama for a Day", the Flying Rhino Junior High episode "Comic Book Chaos", the Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat episode "Harvest Festival Race/The Foolish Magistrate's New Robes" and the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Missing Identity/Plankton's Army", the biplane is replaced with a cup of sand. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with three Pepsi cans from 1992 dancing and the P-Pet is replaced with a futuristic car saying "WHO ARE YOU PEOPLE!?"
  • On CD-i games, the Biplane crashes, the P-Pals are replaced with Link doing the hamster dance, and the P-Pet wears a Hawaiian shirt with sunglasses while saying "OH NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!".
  • On YouTube Poops, the P-Pet says something related to foodstuffs, such as, "Grape jelly stain!", "Give me my spaghetti!" or "CHEEEEEEEESE!".
  • On Fun Fun Elmo, the biplane is replaced by Elmo flying in a hang-glider and the P-Pals are replaced by random Chinese letters.
  • On Seasons 1/2 of Planet Sheen, the logo is tinted in orange. Also, the logo is on the top with the 2010 Omation logo and the 2009 Nickelodeon Productions logo below.
  • On the Camp Lazlo 2007 special "Where's Lazlo?", Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 2008 special "Destination: Imagination" and the Chowder 2010 special "Chowder Grows Up", the background is brown. Also, P-Pet is blue and says "You peeved him off, that's what's happened" instead of barking.
  • On Harvey Street Kids, The Angry Beavers, re-runs of the Dave the Barbarian episode "Not A Monkey!", the Stickin' Around episode "Temper, Temper/Aquachumps", the Kappa Mikey episode "Mikey's Memoirs", the My Gym Partner's a Monkey episode "The Spiffanos/Little Mermonkey", and Brave Fencer Musashi, the background is red and the biplane is replaced by Yvetal from Pokémon. Also, the P-Pet is replaced with Doug Funnie, yelling "THAT'S NOT CARTOON PIZZA!".
  • On The Care Bears' Big Wish Movie, the background is rainbow gradient and "CARTOON STUDIOS" is in the Comic Sans font.
  • A parody of this logo appears on a scene of Digimon: The Movie in which a spoof of the blue screen of death appears. The biplane (with no smoke and in a scared mood) flies across the screen. The screen fades out and before the copyright info for the computer appears, the P-Pals appear on a green-blue gradient background and sing "This computer is starting up! Whooh-oooh-ooohhh!", but when P-Pet appears, the words "PBS Cartoon Studios" don't appear. P-Pet transforms into a gremlin and the gremlin kicks the P-Pals away. The scene is only shown in the english version of this.
  • A more detailed version of this logo without the P-Pet and with "Cartoon Studios" in a black Laser font can be seen on T.U.F.F. Puppy.
  • On the 1998 series of The Powerpuff Girls episode, "A Very Special Blossom/Daylight Savings" and on Axel and Zill, the biplane is replaced with Axel from Axel and Zill, The P-Pals are replaced with Tammy, Lance and Jacky (also from Axel and Zill) and the P-Pet is replaced with a pen.
  • On Season 4 episodes of Dexter's Laboratory, Season 3 episodes of Ed, Edd n Eddy and Season 2 episodes of Camp Lazlo, the background is green-blue gradient.
  • On the 1993 re-run of Doug's Dear Journal, the biplane is replaced with a flying ark (from Yogi's Gang). Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Vince Martin and Doug Funnie and the P-Pet is replaced with Porkchop saying "Bye!".
  • On the 1993 re-run of Doug's Dear Journal special episode, "Doug's Party" (1987), the biplane is replaced with a can of spinach from Popeye. Also, the P-Pals are the same as the above variant, except Skeeter is added and Porkchop replaced with Roger Klotz saying "Hello, Uncle Spinach!." instead of his original quote. This variant was seen before the 1987 Oblisk Animation Studios "Patrick Star" variant.
  • On the 1993 re-run of Doug's Dear Journal special episode, "It's Doug's Birthday!" (1987), same as the above variant, except Roger says "Happy Birthday, Uncle Sucker!". This variant was seen before the 1987 Oblisk Animation Studios "Pinchface" variant.
  • On the MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess episode "BubbleMan's Plan", the Biplane crashes, the P-Pals are replaced with Bubbleman, Iceman and Aquaman doing the Friends Dance, and the P-Pet was replaced with Megaman while saying "You guys, STOP IT!".
  • On the 1993 re-run of Pajama Sam: The World's Youngest Hero, Pajama Sam replaces the biplane.
  • On the ABC Family airing of Operation: Pajama Sam, Mew replaces the biplane, the P-Pals are replaced with Chespin, Froakie and Fennekin, and the P-Pet is replaced with a Mega Mewtwo Y saying "Wowsers!". 
  • On the English dub of Jankenman (1991), the biplane is replaced by Jankenman, the P-Pals in the logo are replaced with Chokkin, Gūyan, and Pājan and the P-Pet is replaced with Osodashi Kamen saying "See ya later!". 
  • On the English dub of Jankenman episode "Pain, Pain, Go Away!", the biplane is replaced by Ho-Oh (from Pokémon) shouting its cry, the background is gold instead of the sky color, the P-Pals in the logo are replaced with clones of Doug Funnie (from Doug), and the P-Pet is replaced with Rainbow Dash (from My Little Pony) saying "Welcome to my World!" in Sonic the Hedgehog's voice. 
  • On the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Bubble Buddy Returns/The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom", the DVD/Blu-Ray releases of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's IslandYoshi's Island DS and Yoshi's New Island, the biplane is replaced with Mega Scizor from Pokémon. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Orbitty (from The Jetsons), Snap (from ChalkZone) and Aesop Jr. (from the Aesop and Son segments that are used in Rocky & Bullwinkle) dancing and the P-Pet is replaced with SpongeBob Squarepants walking with the same way he does in the SpongeBob Squarepants episode, "Walking Small", singing "Steppin' on the beach! Doo-doo-doo-doo! Steppin' on the beach! Doo-doo-doo-doo!"
  • On the The Hub re-run of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "Enter: The Fly", The Lion Guard, the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Squid Noir/Scavenger Pants" and on new episodes of The Penguins of Madagascar, the biplane is replaced with a bald eagle from Brother Bear, the P-Pals are replaced with the hyenas from The Lion King, and P-Pet is replaced with a skateboard.
  • A parody was featured on the Hub re-run of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode, "The Return of the Fly". It featured the plane yelling like crazy. Then after six seconds, when the logo forms, one of the P-Pals becomes angry and says "OK, where's that dog!?". Another P-Pal then says "Right at the Technodrome!". The logo then cuts to the P-Pet barking at the Technodrome from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • On The Hub re-run of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987), a magic carpet from Aladdin replaces the biplane, the P-Pals are replaced with Reshiram, Zekrom and Kyurem, and the P-Pet is replaced with Putt-Putt saying "It's gonna be lots of fun staying at your house, Uncle Sucker!".
  • A special version of this logo appears in the 2014-present re-run of the 2013 film, Doug's New Journal. This version starts with a red screen of death and Doug runs across the screen, yelling "I HATE PBS KIDS! WALT DISNEY ROCKS!". Then the screen fades to the Windows logo and Roger's voice says "Hey! The Window's logo isn't supposed to be in the movie!". The screen quickly shifts into the same above variant of the logo, except Patti is added and instead of Roger, Michael J. Mushroom (from the 1986 film The Elm-Chanted Forest) pops out of nowhere, kicks Doug away and everyone in the logo gasps and ran to save him. Then the screen fades into the Cartoon Pizza logo with the "Movie" variant.
  • On Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Misfit Toys of Christmastown, the biplane is replaced with the Toy Taker's blimp (from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys), the P-Pals are replaced with Santa's reindeer and the P-Pet is replaced with a swimming bird toy saying "Christmas is over, dude!".
  • On the 1998 series of The Powerpuff Girls episode, "A Made Up Story", the biplane feels sad. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Reese's peanut butter cups and P-Pet is replaced with a lip gloss.
  • When Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys airs on PBS Kid's KET on November 12, 2014, the biplane is replaced with Mega Rayquaza. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with dancing root beer cans and P-Pet is replaced with a K-Kid (a former mascot of KET Kids) saying "Now I'm outta here!".
  • On the English dub of Perman, the biplane is replaced with Perman. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Perko and Peryan and P-Pet is replaced with Booby saying "Go go go!".
  • On the English dub of the Perman episode "Perman Misbehaves/Watch Out for Water!", the biplane is replaced with Anpanman (from Soreike! Anpanman). Also, the P-Pals are replaced with three dancing candy canes and P-Pet is replaced with Pokonyan/Rocky Rackat saying "Water for everyone!".
  • On the English dub of the Perman episode "Following 1 in 1,000 Balloons!/Seasick Perman", the biplane is replaced with Doraemon. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with three dancing sausages and P-Pet is replaced with Baikinman (from Soreike! Anpanman) saying "I JUST GOTTA ACT NATURAL!". Some airings of this episode had Baikinman saying "My name's not Rick!" or "EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLL!" instead.
  • On the English dub of TwinBee and Bells & Whistles, the biplane is replaced with TwinBee. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Light, Pastel and Mint and P-Pet is replaced with Warumon saying "Get Outta Here!".
  • On How Bowser Koopa Stole Easter! and Wreck-It Ralph, the background is black and biplane is replaced by Pinchface from the Nickelodeon Pinchface bumper. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with the SSF from the second Klasky-Csupo logo dancing and the P-Pet is replaced with Snap in his 80s appearance, saying "Yikes! ". On How Bowser Koopa Stole Easter!, this was seen after the Nintendo Entertainment logo.
  • The logo is also shown in the bottom left corner along with the 1991 Pepsi-Cola Telecommunications logo on the top left, the 1989 Klasky-Csupo logo on the top right, and the 1992 Space Needle Animation Studios logo on the bottom right on The New Ickis Show.
  • On 1993-1995 reruns of The Ickis Show  (1986-1989), P-Pet is replaced with Ickis in his 80s appearance singing "Ooh! Ooh!".
  • On the 1993-1994 reruns of The Snap Show (1985-1989), a P-Pet is replaced with Snap in his 80s appearance singing "It's a Final Countdown!".
  • A parody of this logo can be seen on the cold opening of the Animaniacs episode, "In the Garden of Mindy/No Place Like Homeless/Katie Ka-Boo/Baghdad Cafe", seen before the Warners make an announcement about this episode (which is the final part of the cold opening), in which after a parody of the 1970s CBS Special Presentation logo (which reads "AN ANIMANIACS SPECIAL PRESENTATION"), the biplane crashes through the logo and breaks the word "SPECIAL". The biplane then says "Sorry". The P-Pals then appear on a blue gradient background, but two of the P-Pals are facing left and the P-Pals also have no hands. The P-Pals then sing "This is the MBS Network! Whoo-ooo-ooohh!" The words "MBS" and "MAD BROADCASTING SERVICE" then fade in, but the P-Pet does not appear. After six seconds, one of the P-Pals becomes angry and shouts "Alright! Where's that dog?". The logo then cuts to the P-Pet, which seems embarrassed and is wearing bandages at a polka party. The P-Pet barks six times and tries to flee, but the P-Pet suddenly falls down and sadly barks two times. This parody is also seen on the Animaniacs episode, "Birds on a Wire/Scoring Session/The Animaniacs Suite", but after six seconds, when the logo forms, one of the P-Pals becomes angry and says "Where's that dog now?". Another P-Pal then says "The Warner Bros. Administration Building". The logo then cuts to the P-Pet running around the Warner Bros. Administration building.
  • On Arthur, the logo plays as usual, but after the P-Pet barks he pulls on the edge of the screen and the screen flips away revealing the CINAR logo. On the reruns, the logo plays normal, but the P-Pet gives an alarming yip as the lid of the Cookie Jar logo hits the bottom of the screen and the camera zooms down to the Cookie Jar logo and the lid falls on it.
  • On 2001-2003 episodes of Little Bear, the P-Pet holds a box and the box opens to reveal the 1985 Nelvana logo.
  • On 2002-2005 episodes of The Proud Family, the logo is on the top, while the 2002 Disney Channel Original logo is on the bottom.
  • On Space Goofs, the UFO from the opening of the show replaces the biplane.
  • A parody was featured on The Legend of Flipnote. It featured the plane covering itself with dust, choking, and dying. Then the P-Pals kick the P-Pet away from the logo and say "I HATE YOU PBS PET!".
  • On The Calvin and Hobbes: The Series, the plane is replaced by a school bus with Calvin saying "HELP MEEEEE!!!!" and when the smoke comes, Calvin coughs. Then in the 1993 logo, Hobbes gives us a tip saying "Don't go to school today.".
  • Sometimes, this logo would appear after the credits on one episode of show it wasn't supposed to: Super Mario World's "Mama Luigi", due the error.
  • On The Adventures of Scruff, the cartoon bird replaces the plane, saying "In the production of PBS Kids". The P-Pals in the 1993 logo wears sunglasses and a P-Pet is replaced with Quisp (Quaker's cereal mascot), who shouts "Bye!" in Snap's voice.
  • On the special TV movie of The Adventures of Scruff, "The 80's Are All That!" (2013), we see Kate punching Mr. SpinachTeeth and he flew from the 2011 Superstar Spinach Productions logo to this logo and smashes into the cartoon bird. After the smoke, same as above, except Popeye replaces Quisp and says "That's why Mr. ST stole my logo!".
  • On Toddworld, the Biplane is replaced with Sophie flying and the P-Pals are replaced with Todd, Pickle, Stella, and Mitzi. P-Pet is replaced with Benny.
  • On the October 2013 re-run of Halloween is Grinch Night and The Elm-Chanted Forest on ABC Family/Freeform, the biplane is replaced with Xerneas from Pokémon. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with the three pizzas dancing and the P-Pet is replaced with some pile of bananas saying "Come on in! Come to the place where fun never ends!" (as heard from the Garfield and Friends theme song from 1990).
  • On the 2013-present re-run of The Smoggies and The Bluffers on ABC Family/Freeform, the biplane is replaced with Mew. Also, the P-Pals are replaced with Snivy, Tepig and Oshawott dancing and the P-Pet is replaced with Sylveon yelling "Enough with those dumb folks already!" (a line from The Ryo the Cat Show episode "Scat Cat!").
  • On the English version of Pokémon episode "Pikachu Re-Volts", the background is replaced with a screenshot of all the hypnotized Pokémon. The biplane (in a scared mood) flies across the screen. The P-Pals sing the theme song of the show, and the P-Pet is replaced by a Togepi saying it's name.
  • On the December 2012 re-run of Puff the Magic Dragon on ABC Family, the biplane is replaced with a Bidoof. The P-Pals are replaced with three Dittos and the P-Pet is replaced with a Lillipup screaming and saying its name.
  • On Pinky, Elmyra, and the BrainThe Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show (later known as The Cat&Bunny Warneroonie SuperLooney Big Cartoonie Show), a few episodes of Animaniacs (including episode 83, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo Clock", which was initially going to be the pilot episode for the Skippy and Slappy TV series and episode 99, "Birds on a Wire/Scoring Session/The Animaniacs Suite" (the last episode)), and on Detention, the biplane is replaced with a bomb and instead of a smoke trail, the bomb explodes into the P-Pals part of the logo. Also, the P-Pet is replaced with a dynamite stick, which explodes, making the screen black.
  • On the Spongebob Squarepants episode, "Wet Painters/Krusty Krab Training Video", the background is black, the biplane is replaced with a Krabby Patty, the P-Pals are replaced with paintbrushes and the P-Pet is replaced with the Hoopla Fish saying "Hoopla!".
  • On current prints of 1979-1983 episodes of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, the biplane screams and flies fast, the P-Pals are replaced with ghosts and the P-Pet is replaced with a green blob jumping around.
  • On some prints of Snakes and Planes Don't Mix, the biplane is replaced by a plane with a snake on top.
  • On some prints of Cinar shows, announcer (MacDonald Carey) says "This has been a presentation of Cinar and...
  • On the WordWorld episode "Halloween" and the Sabrina: The Animated Series episode "Nothin' Says Lovin' Like Something From a Coven", before the P-Pet barks, they all explode. The "Treehouse of Horror" version of the Gracie Films logo then plays after they explode.
  • On Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, the biplane is replaced with the Cadillac flying through the air, and the smoke is replaced with a splash of water. The P-Pals are replaced by Hector, Wordsworth and Mongo, and, depending on the episode, a different character replaces the P-Pet and says something related to the episode.
  • On The Garfield Show, Wayside, the Redwall episode "Sparra's Kingdom", current prints of earlier episodes of Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, current prints of The Raccoons, and the third and fourth seasons of LazyTown, the biplane is replaced with a can of Surge citrus soda, the P-Pals are replaced with three dancing rolls of toilet paper, and the P-Pet is replaced with Warbeak Sparra from Redwall who says "WARBEAK KILLEE KILLEE KILLEE!"
  • On the first and second seasons of LazyTown, the biplane is replaced by Sportacus' airship, the P-Pals are replaced with Pixel, Ziggy and Trixie and the P-Pet is replaced with Stingy who says "This logo is mine."
  • On The Amazing World of Gumball, the logo is on the space background, and "PBS" and "CARTOON STUDIOS" text are colored and is in the Gumball font.
  • On Astroblast!, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Making Fiends, UMIGO, Happy Tree Friends, Hey Duggee, Love Monster, True and the Rainbow Kingdom, Peppa Pig, Esme and Roy, The Emoji Movie, Pelswick, Abby Hatcher, Little Bill and Peep and the Big Wide World, P-Pet gives the P-Pals a light red football-shaped balloon with "You're Watching" in the country house font (just like the 1993 PBS Kids E/I Balloon variant).
  • On Alphablocks, the background is light blue.
  • On the Dragon Tales episode "Backwards to Forwards/Sounds Like Trouble", the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Nature Pants/Opposite Day", the Rolie Polie Olie episode "Rewind/Who's The Bestest Of Them All/But Why?", the Angela Anaconda episode "Super Mom/Skipping Lessons", the Blue's Clues episode "The Wrong Shirt", the Franklin episode "Franklin Goes to School/Franklin Is Lost" and the Adventure Time episode "A Glitch Is a Glitch", the logo plays in reverse.
  • On US prints of Meeow!, US prints of Sergeant Stripes, The Ollie & Moon Show, the final season of Hey Arnold!, Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show, and Nature Cat, the biplane part is cut, only the end part of the logo.
  • On the final season episodes of Johnny Bravo, Poppy Cat, US prints of Pumper Pups, Postman Pat, Danger Rangers, and Pinky Dinky Doo, the biplane part plays faster and after the end part of the logo when P-Pet comes by, P-Pet doesn't bark.
  • On the english dub of Cyborg Kuro-chan, the background is light-teal, the biplane looked in an anime style, the smoke is missing when biplane passes by and pans to the end part of the logo while the biplane passes by them.
  • On the 101 Dalmatian Street episode "My Fair Dolly/Flea-Mageddon", the biplane is replaced by Dorothy crying and the background is flashing blue and red colors like the Pokémon episode "Dennō Senshi Porygon" (or more commonly known as "Electric Soldier Porygon"), the P-Pals in the logo are replaced with copies of the Pinchface from the 1992 Nickelodeon Pinchface ID, and the P-Pet is replaced with Shrek saying "What are you doing in my swamp?" in earrape.
  • On first four seasons of Samurai Jack episodes and Harvey Beaks, The logo isn't centered right and stretched out.
  • On the english dub of Samurai Pizza Cats, Kenny the Shark, Tracey McBean, the final season of Dragon Tales, Disney XD airings of I Got a Rocket, Fly Tales and OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes, the background for the biplane part is white like the end of the logo, the part when P-Pet walks by is slowed down and P-Pet barking sound is omitted.
  • On Spliced, the background is dark teal and "CARTOON STUDIOS" is in the Spliced font.
  • On Turbo, the P-Pals and the P-Pet are in the snails styles.
  • On some Argosy Media productions, After P-Pet leaves, the P-Pals and the text disappears, Aaron appears painting the Argosy Media logo.
  • On Wonder Pets!, the biplane is replaced by Linny, Tuck and Ming Ming riding on the flyboat.
  • On Watership Down, the Ed, Edd n Eddy season 4 episode "Take this Ed and Shove It", the Camp Lazlo season 2 episode "No Beads, No Business/Miss Fru Fru", the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Krab Borg/Rock-a-Bye Bivalve", the Ned's Newt season 2 episode "Frankenvine/Nedapalooza", Oswald, season 3 episodes of PB&J Otter and season 4-6 episodes of Franklin, P-Pet walks by and barks early as P-Pal sings "Who-ho-hoooooo!".
  • On US prints of the 2001 series of Sooty and 2011 series of Sooty, instead of the normal logo after biplane passes by, Sooty appears with his magic wand, he uses it to make the text "PBS CARTOON STUDIOS", and Sweep comes squeaking, but Sooty pushes him away.
  • On Disney Junior airings and Disney+ prints of Bluey, The Cramp Twins, Connie the Cow, The Three Friends and Jerry, and Kipper, the logo is in black and white.
  • On Max & Ruby, US prints of Poppets Town, Braceface, current prints of Sylvanian Families, Boomerang airings of the 1982 TV series of Pac-Man and Mike, Lu and Og, P-Pet's barks three times and walks away faster.
  • On Elinor Wonders Why, Team Umizoomi, Little Charmers, Blue's Clues & You!, Super Why!, current prints of Rainbow Brite, current prints of Jem and last few episodes of Peg + Cat, the biplane's color are teal and green instead of being red and blue, also P-Pals' hat doesn't jumps out when they sing "Who-ho-hoooooo!", P-Pet's barking sound is different than usual and the footstep sounds when P-Pet leaves is also different than the original.
  • On the Cartoon Network failed pilots A Kitty Bobo Show - "Cellphones" and Trick Moon, "Kids" is bellow the "PBS" text on the "Cartoon Studios" text on the bottom.
  • On the Little Einsteins episode “Little Elephant’s Big Parade!”, Season 1 of The Mr. Men Show, South Park, the Ed, Edd and Eddy episode “Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed/Ready, Set... Ed“ and Wabbit, the background is blue-green gradient, the smoke is green, the P-Pals tapdance and Peter Griffin saying “I’m outta here!” replaces P-Pet.
  • On TV prints of The Lego Movie and The Lego Movie 2, the P-Plane and the smoke is made of Lego and the P-Pals are replaced by Emmet, Wyldstyle and Batman.
  • On Sidekick, the background is green and the P-Pet is Trevor.
  • On Arthur Season 4 Episode 5, the smoke and the P-Pals are yellow.
  • On The Loud House, the background is orange and P-Pet is replaced by Lily Loud saying "Poo-poo!".
  • On Numberblocks and the 3 Alphablocks specials, the biplane is replaced with Octoblock flying, and Numberblocks 1-3 replaces the P-Pals singing the last part of the Numberblocks intro (You can Count on Us we're the Numberblocks!) and then Squarey replaces P-Pet. The light blue background from the Alphablocks variant is used, because of Joe Elliot making these shows.
  • In the first two seasons of Redwall, the biplane is replaced by Warbeak Sparra, the P-Pals are replaced by Matthias, Cornflower and Jess Squirrel, and P-Pet is replaced by Basil Stag Hare who says "Eh wot?"
  • On the final season of Redwall, the biplane is replaced by Badrang the Tyrant jumping through the air, the P-Pals are replaced by Martin the Warrior, Rose, Felldoh and Brome, and the P-Pet is replaced by Keyla who says "I'll show you how Keyla digs!"
  • On the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Nasty Patty/Idiot Box", the biplane is replaced with a live-action seagull, the P-Pals are replaced by three dancing bottles of Mountain Dew and P-Pet is replaced by Fred Durst who says "I DID IT ALL FOR THE NOOKIE!"

FX/SFX: Same as the 1st PBS Kids logo, along with the biplane passing by and the smoke. 

Music/Sounds: Various cartoon sounds (Hanna-Barbera, Warner Bros./Looney Tunes and Disney) when the biplane passes. But after the smoke, same as the 1st PBS Kids logo. 

Music/Sound Variants

  • On current prints of 1979-1983 episodes of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, after the smoke, the music is the opening theme of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo.
  • On How Bowser Koopa Stole Easter! and Wreck-It Ralph, the scary moog synthesizer plays along with the V of Doom music.
  • On the Spongebob Squarepants episode, "Missing Identity/Plankton's Army", after the smoke, the music is the closing theme of Spongebob.
  • On the 1998 series of The Powerpuff Girls episode, "A Very Special Blossom/Daylight Savings" and Oggy and the Cockroaches, after the smoke, It's the last few notes of the ending song of Oggy and the Cockroaches.
  • On the 1998 series of The Powerpuff Girls episode, "A Made Up Story", after the smoke, the music is the 1965 Screen Gems theme.
  • On 1993-1995 reruns of The Ickis Show (1986-1989), after the smoke, the music is "Let's All Chant" by Pat & Mick.
  • On the 1993-1994 reruns of The Snap Show, after the smoke, the music is "The Final Countdown" by Europe.
  • On Space Goofs, after the smoke, the music is "Monster Men" by Iggy Pop.
  • In the parody, a 4-year old does the music and everything else.
  • On the 1993 re-run of Doug's Dear Journal special episode, "Doug's Party" (1987), music is "Show Me" by The Cover Girls along with Roger saying "Hello, Uncle Spinach!".
  • On the 1993 re-run of Doug's Dear Journal special episode, "It's Doug's Birthday!" (1987), music is "I Was Made for Lovin' You" by KISS along with Roger saying "Happy Birthday, Uncle Sucker!".
  • On The Adventures of Scruff, after the smoke, the music is the closing theme of the show.
  • On the special TV movie of The Adventures of Scruff, "The 80's Are All That!" (2013), after the smoke, the music is "Turn Me On" by David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj.
  • On some prints of Cinar shows, after the announcer says "This has been a presentation of Cinar and...", The P-Pals don't say "This is!" and the P-Pet barks two times.
  • On Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, after the water splash (replacing the smoke), the music is "Through Being Cool" by Devo.
  • On the english dub of the 2006 film Doubutsu No Mori (Animal Crossing), some crowd chattering sounds are heard instead of the audio.
  • On the 101 Dalmatian Street episode "My Fair Dolly/Flea-Mageddon", the same loud, high-pitched roar from the Babyhemyth logo along with the sounds of flashing, followed by the same funky-sounding Balkan brass rendition of the Nickelodeon theme from the Pinchface ID.
  • On Disney Junior airings and Disney+ prints of Bluey, The Cramp Twins, Connie the Cow, The Three Friends and Jerry, and Kipper, it's silent.
  • On The Garfield Show, Wayside, the Redwall episode "Sparra's Kingdom", current prints of earlier episodes of Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, current prints of The Raccoons, and the third and fourth seasons of LazyTown, after the smoke, the music is "Magic" by The Cars. Some episodes of Wayside have "No Scrubs" by TLC or "Firestarter" by The Prodigy play instead.

Availability: Common; Currently seen when Nicktoons, SNAS Inc, Hanna-Barbera, Universal Cartoon Studios, DiC Entertainment (Later Cookie Jar), Cartoon Network, Klasky-Csupo, Warner Bros. Animation, Cinar (Later Cookie Jar), and Hatena Educational Group shows of the era air on PBS, and also on The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island and The Busy World of Richard Scarry every time they air on PBS. It has appeared on the first Canadian DVD of Charlotte's Web 2 - Wilbur's Great Adventure. It also appears on the first Canadian DVD of The Care Bears' Big Wish Movie and the DVD of The Lion King 1½. The "Pinchface" variant is spotted on How Bowser Koopa Stole Easter! and the 2013 DVDs and Blu-Rays of Wreck-It Ralph. The parody was only seen on an episode of The Legend of Flipnote.

Editor’s Note: None.

2nd Logo
(1993-)

Logo: Same as the previous logo, except after the smoke dissipates, the "Surprise" variant of the 1st PBS Kids logo plays instead.

Variants:

  • On My Friends Tigger and Pooh episode "Home for the Holly-Days", Holly and Santa replaces the Biplane and the P-Pals are replaced with Tigger, Pooh, Lumpy and Darby. the P-Pet is replaced with Buster.
  • In movies, the background is black, there is no smoke and the extended version of the "Surprise" variant of the 1st PBS Kids logo plays.
    • On The Truth About De-Evolution, the plane is replaced by a flying Goodyear tire, and the P-Pals are replaced by Devo singing "Girl U Want"
    • On The Lizzie McGuire Movie, the smoke from the TV variant is seen on the biplane.
  • On the US prints of Binka and Breadwinners, P-Pals doesn't yell out "SURPRISE!" and cheers.
  • On Qubo reruns of the 2000 animated series of Clifford the Big Red Dog, Qubo reruns of Clifford's Puppy Days, George Shrinks, and season 1-3 episodes of Franklin, P-Pet walks by and barks as P-Pals yells "SURPRISE!".

Music/Sounds: Either same as the previous logo (TV) or none (movies) in the first part. In the second part, same as the "Surprise" variant of the 1st PBS Kids logo.

Availability: Common, currently seen on post-2006 Nickelodeon shows, post-2004 Cartoon Network shows (except the 1998 series of The Powerpuff Girls and Ed, Edd n Eddy) and post-2006 episodes of Nickelodeon and Cookie Jar shows that first aired before 2006. Strangely enough, it also plasters the previous logo on The Ren & Stimpy Show and Season 1 episodes of Johnny Bravo. The movie variant actually debuted first and can be found on all of the G, and PG-rated films, such as Space Jam (1996), Garfield: The Movie (2004), Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties (2006), and english version of Pokemon: The First Movie (1999), while the TV variant didn't appear until 2006.

Editor’s Note: None.

3rd Logo
(1999-)

Logo: A remake of the 1993 logo. The first half remains the same, except the biplane is instead shaped like either Dot or Dash and the second half is identical to the 1999 PBS Kids logo, which has CARTOON STUDIOS from the last 2 logos replacing KIDS.

Variants:

  • On the Qubo reruns of Dragon Tales, Peep and the Big Wide World episode "Quack Quack/One Duck Two Many", NickRewind airings of the season 8-9 episodes of Rugrats, and Boomerang reruns of final season of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show, the warp-speed version of the logo plays. The Dash version was only shown on Qubo reruns of the season 2 episodes of Dragon Tales.

FX: Same as the 1999 PBS Kids logo.

Music: Same as last logo.

Availability: Seen on post-1999 Cinar shows (Except for Arthur and Caillou) and post 2012 Hatena Educational Group shows. This also can be seen on the final Johnny Bravo episode "Johnny Makeover/Back on Shaq".

Editor’s Note: None.

4th Logo
(June 8, 2012-)

Logo: We see a theater, then we head inside and see a movie screen that is playing a remade version of the 1999 PBS Kids logo.

Variant: Starting in 2017, the Dot, Del, and Dee logo plays instead of the remake of the 1999 logo.

FX: CGI animation.

Music: The Breakfast Machine music from the 1985 film Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.

Availability: First seen on Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted and will be used for all future G- and PG-rated films.

Editor’s Note: None.

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