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Eduecaishinul Wherke Goubz (2009-): The 2009 logo has the voiceover in Leo (from Disney's Little Einsteins)'s voice saying "Be more, PBS". In stations, the 2009 logo has the voiceover in Leo (from Disney's Little Einsteins)'s voice saying "A [station] [city] Production for PBS".
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Pingu's Private Eyes (1993-1998): The 1992 logo is shown, but the people's heads at the beginning are replaced with Pingu, Sonic and Tails' heads, which are somewhat visible. "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" appears on the bottom, and the Warner Bros. Television logo (and the Lorimar Television logo for early 1993 eps) is shown.

The Mama Luigi Show (1992-1996): The 1984 logo is shown because it's set in 1984, but the P-Head is wearing a Luigi cap. After the "PBS" text appears, the P-Head says "That's Mama", "PBS" in the 1989 logo's voice, and "To you", finishing the phrase, and wheezes like in the SMW episode Mama Luigi. This variant was seen on the first three episodes. From 1993-1995, the PBS logo went on "and on!" after the P-Head spoke and Luigi's cap is not duplicated.

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Arthur (1996, Seasons 3-7) The 1998 logo is shown, but the person is replaced with Arthur. Plus, the acrobats do a somersault.

The Tails Movie 2: Tails' Nosebleed (1999): The 1984 logo plays normally. Just as "PBS" appears we fade to the lighthouse. Only in the teaser trailer.

Planet Earth (2007): The 1984 PBS Logo plays, but instead of the P-Head, Mr. Bump appears as the music starts. Austin says "Mr. Bump!" as the music stops. Mr. Bump says "Yes!" Austin says "You're not supposed to be in this logo anymore!". Then Mr. Bump screams "OH S***!" and runs away circle-shaped and The P-Head appears and says "Bon Voyage Mr. Bump!". The logo and music resume with the split part.

Bovideo School (1986, 2002 remake): The 1952 NET logo plays at the start, but the voiceover at the end says "Um...NET logo, it's 2002 and you're balalized!" The 1952 NET logo whines and runs away. The 1966 NET logo plays after. The voiceover at the end says "It's 2002 and you're boomed!" The 1966 NET logo whines and runs away. The 1968 color NET logo plays after. The voiceover and the end says "It's 2002 and you're beaned". The 1968 color NET logo whines and runs away. The 1970 PBS logo plays after. The voiceover at the end says "1970 PBS logo, it's 2002 and you're crusaded". The 1970 PBS logo whines and runs away. The 1971 PBS logo plays after. The voiceover at the end says "Um, it's 2002 and you're cruised". The 1971 PBS logo whines and runs away. The 1984 PBS logo plays after. After "PBS" appears, the voiceover says "It's 2002 and you're going away!" The 1984 PBS logo whines and runs away. The 1989 PBS logo plays after. The voiceover says "It's 2002 and you're never going in!" The 1989 PBS logo whines and runs away. And it went on through the 1993, 1996 and 1998 logos, and when we get to the 2002 PBS logo, the voiceover says "Cut! That was great!"

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Dom Show (1981, English version from 1984-present): The PBS logo of the time plays, but "PBS" is replaced with "DRBS". This can only be seen before the opening scene after the funding credits at the beginning.

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Nathan Blake (2009-): The people are replaced by characters from Nathan Blake. The P-Head circle is replaced by a cat and "PBS" is replaced by "CAT". "Be More" is replaced by "Go Columbus Cats!".

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Pokemon Battle Revolution: The Movie (Non-US version, 2007): 1984 logo plays as usual, but the P-head is wearing a Pikachu cap and when the music ends, a "Pikachu!" sound (from Pokemon Snap) can be heard. In the TV spots, as the "PBS" text appears, Pikachu, Piplup and Croagunk can be seen running away from Garchomp. On the teaser trailer, the 1989 logo plays as usual, and like the aforementioned variants, Pikachu's cap is duplicated.

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KCVPBSVYTP Chaos: Klasky Csupo vs. PBS vs. YouTube Poop (2007): A recreation of the 1989 logo plays, but the sounds used in this movie are heard with the music. Also, the announcer is saying "In a world full of P-heads..." after the "This is PBS" spiel.

Hold out for Dr. Pepper!: The Movie (1985): 1984 logo plays, but as the "PBS" text appears, the P-head grabs a can of Dr. Pepper and drinks it. Also, the "Hold out for Dr. Pepper" jingle plays after the music.

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The Learn Education Show (2010-Present): This was originally set for a 2011 release, but PBS flubbed and moved it up a year. The 2009- logo plays, but Barney and his friends play as the people. "PBS" is also replaced with "Barney Television Entertainment". The music is replaced with the Barney intro and the slogan is changed to "Sesame Street Sucks!". In the closing funding credits, Barney and B. J. Bop fly on a gondola while the opening logo appears. In international releases, the 1984 logo appears with B. J. Bop and Barney singing the Barney song by instruments.

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The History of Mickey Mouse (2008): The 1984 logo plays, but the P-Head is wearing Mickey's clothing, the words "PBS" are replaced with "MBS", and when the music finishes, the P-Head sings Mickey's whistling song from the 1928 Mickey Mouse cartoon short "Steamboat Willie". Then Dash (The host) walks on screen and puts a Mickey Mouse T-shirt on. This is seen ONLY before the funding credits at the beginning.

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The History of Disco (1995): The 1984 logo plays, but disco lights spread all over the logo. Also the music is replaced with some Funky-type music.

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The P-Head vs. the Big Four Networks (1994): The 1989 logo plays, but the voiceover says "...or is it." after saying "This is PBS". Then, the NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX logos appear one by one. After that, the words "PBS" along the P-Head's split fade out. Then, the P-Head picks up the NBC, ABC, CBS, and FOX logos, says "You're going home!", and leaves.

PBS Goes Pac-Man (2015): The 1984 logo plays, but the music is an 8-bit version of its fanfare. When finished, the P-Head plays on screen. Then a line of dots appear it the background, resembling the game Pac-Man. Then the P-Head moves away and the opening credits begin to roll.

lukesams PBS Parody Quadrilogy (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014): In every PBS Parody film, the 1971 logo starts off with a filled A zooming back, then moving to the top left of the screen. Then, the logo rolls, but the words "Public Broadcasting Service" don't appear. Instead, a filled P tries to push the logo, but then, the "S" in PBS grows legs and eyes, and kicks the extra P into the air until it lands on the bottom left of the screen. Then, it turns into another P-Head, and the missing words in "Parody" appear. After that, the P-Head in "PBS" says "Start the movie, man!" Then the opening credits roll.

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PBS vs. NBC vs. CBS vs. FOX (2008): The 1984 logo plays, but when it is finished, the NBC, CBS and FOX logos appear as the P Head fights the stations then P Head says "Oh no! What's that?" and the Viacom "V of Doom" logo appears and crashes the logos. Dash walks on screen and rips the logos into pieces, revealing they were paper.

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Comic Book Adventure 3 (September 1, 2000): The 1984 logo is cartoonish.

Long Haired Boy (1994): The 1989 logo animates as usual, but the P-Head has hair on the top of itself.

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Yoshi Mania (1994): The 1984 logo plays, but the P-head is wearing a Yoshi cap and the Yoshi's Story ending theme plays. 

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The P-Head Show (1998): The 1989 logo plays, but the voiceover says: "In a strange world of P-Heads..." before saying "This is PBS".

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The Crossoververse (2006, 2009 re-release): The 1952 NET logo plays at the start, and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "Uh, NET logo. it's 2009 and you're balalized!" The 1952 NET logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1966 NET logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're boomed!" The 1966 NET logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1969 NET logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're beaned!". The 1969 NET logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1970 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "Uh, PBS logo, it's 2009 and you're crusaded!". The 1970 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1971 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're cruised!". The 1971 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1984 PBS logo plays after. After "PBS" appears, Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're going away!" The 1984 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1989 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you are broken!". The 1989 PBS logo gets hit by Lois Griffin, And "PBS" cries and runs away. The 1993 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're never going in here!". The 1993 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. The 1996 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're flamed!". The 1996 PBS logo says "SCREW YOU MAN!"and runs away. The 1998 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're having a twist!". The 1998 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. The 2002 PBS logo plays after. and Peter Griffin as the voiceover at the end says "It's 2009 and you're fired!". The 2002 PBS logo screams so loud and runs away. And it gets in the way to the 2009 PBS logo. after that it plays fast in reverse, even faster in re-reverse, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on, and on. until it explodes. revealing Meg Griffin sleeping in bed. The camera slowly zooms in to her head, while she says "I hate exploding PBS. The smoke is so warm. This opening is incomplete. I hate it. You have never seen PBS *beep*ing up like that. That was bad going, man.". Suddenly, the camera zooms out and Lois Griffin appears. after "LOIS GRIFFIN" appears, a Monster voice-over says "LOIS GRIFFIN!". and Meg Griffin yells "WAAAHHHOOW!!!" and runs away as Lois Griffin goes left. We head to a black background. and Lois Griffin appears again as Meg Griffin runs away. Lois Griffin punches Meg Griffin and Meg Griffin says "OOOOWWWWW!" Lois Griffin then fades to her head as it moves. and the "L" appears and after that the "G" appears and after that the "P" appears and after that the text "LOIS GRIFFIN PICTURES" at the bottom appears, and Peter Griffin at the end yells "GET A NEW PBS LOGO!" and the logo crumbles. and Static fades in and Suddenly, the static starts turning up to 80 too fast and we hear Meg Griffin screaming towards us, and we cut back to the start of the Family Guy intro, and then when it ends, it fades out to black. and the white background fades in and the words "PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE PRESENTS" fade in for 20 seconds, then it fades out, and the opening credits roll.

aidan6829 Cat Chef Aaron (2010): The PBS logo from 1984 plays but then the P-head turns into the Argosy Media "A" and Aaron pops up and says "This program is produced by Argosy Media!"

TheShinyMew: Battle Go-Getters (2012): The 1992 logo is shown, but the people's heads at the beginning are replaced with Keldeo (from Pokémon). Then someone's voice shouts "Keldeo, you're not supposed to be in this logo anymore!". Then Keldeo shouts "Sorry!", runs away, and The P-Head appears with the split part. This variant accidentally appeared at the beginning on some Arthur episodes as well. It was considered to be an error.

Mega Man: The Movie (1987, 2006 remake): The 1952 NET logo plays at the start, but Mega Man's voiceover at the end says "Um...NET logo, it's 2006 and you're grounded!" The 1952 NET logo runs away. The 1966 NET logo plays after. Cut Man's voiceover at the end says "It's 2006 and you're shredded!" The 1966 NET logo runs away. The 1968 color NET logo plays after. Guts Man's voiceover and the end says "It's 2006 and you're goin' down!". The 1968 color NET logo runs away. The 1970 PBS logo plays after. Ice Man's voiceover at the end says "1970 PBS logo, it's 2006 and you're frozen!". The 1970 PBS logo runs away. The 1971 PBS logo plays after. Fire Man's voiceover at the end says "Um, it's 2006 and you're burned!". The 1971 PBS logo runs away. The 1984 PBS logo plays after. After "PBS" appears, Bomb Man's voiceover says "It's 2006 and you're bombed!" The 1984 PBS logo runs away. The 1989 PBS logo plays after. Elec Man's voiceover says "It's 2006 and you're shocked!" The 1989 PBS logo runs away. And it went on through the 1993, 1996 and 1998 logos, and when we get to the 2006 PBS logo, Dr. Wily appears out of nowhere and Roll's voiceover says "Wily! You're not supposed to be in this logo anymore!". Then Dr. Wily shouts "Sorry!" and flies away in his UFO, revealing a picture of Wily's giant nightmare face. Then Roll shrieks "AAAAAAAAAHHH!" for 2 seconds and then the screen turns yellow, with Proto Man's voiceover saying "Funding for this movie is provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You!".

Pokémon Galaxy All-Stars: The Quest of the Glowing Mew (2012): The 1984 logo is used, but the P-Head is replaced with a sick Snap (from Chalkzone). When the P-Heads came over, Snap puffs his cheeks up and vomits blue paint on them, follow by Rudy's (also from Chalkzone) voice saying "EWWWWWWW! SNAP!". Then it ends up with the 1984 Fairy Films "Creepy F" logo with SpongeBob SquarePants standing next to it, saying "Welcome to the Japanese Fairy Films logo!". Then Patrick Star comes up, saying "Hello, SpongeBob! Can I press the button to see the logo?". SpongeBob said "Don't press that! It'll scare the viewers!" Instead of the "Whoom" music, the logo comes to life, tuning invisible, paints a mustache under Patrick's nose in the similar fashion as an invisible SpongeBob in the SpongeBob Season 3 episode "Pranks-A-Lot", hands him a holographic dancing (in the same fashion as Patrick's house at the beginning of the SpongeBob Season 2 episode "I'm With Stupid") nasty patty (from the SpongeBob Season 3 episode "The Algae Always Greener"), Squidward's clarinet music plays follow by the living logo saying "Cowabunga!" (as heard in the SNES video game "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time"), and Patrick jumps, screams and shouts, "SPONGEBOB! YOU GOT A SCARY FAIRY FILMS LOGO!". Then it cuts to Arthur and Buster (from Arthur) riding in the Hurl-A-Whirl (seen in the Arthur season 1 episode "D.W.'s Imaginary Friend"). It doesn't affect Buster this time, but it affects Arthur, as his face turning green. Then his cheeks puffing up, follow by Buster saying "Are you OK, Arthur?". Then Arthur vomits, and he says "I'm fine...". Then it cuts to Popeye holding a can of spinach, then Sylvester's (from Looney Tunes) voiceover shouts "SUFFERIN' SUCCOTASH!" and then cut to Sherman (from the Rocky & Bullwinkle segment "Mr. Peabody's Improbable History") shouting "I HATE SUCCOTASH AND SPINACH!". Then it cuts to the opening from the Nickelodeon short Inside-Out Boy, where his regular kid form plays a yo-yo. Then Pinchface from the Nickelodeon Pinchface ID appear on the swing and the boy shrieks "AAAAAAAAAHHH!!!" and fainted. The screen turns static for 2 seconds and then the 1984 logo is plays again, with the music this time play "Party All the Time" by Eddy Murphy instead of the original, follow by the 1-Up Mushrooms chasing the glowing Mew (as seen in the Pokémon season 1 opening intro), flying straight by the logo as Sandy Cheeks' voiceover says "Funding for this movie is provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You!" follow by Inspector Gadget flying over the logo and says "Wowsers!". Then the music plays "No More Words" by Berlin at the end.

Pokémon Galaxy All-Stars 2: Hoopa and the Destruction Coccoon (2015): The 1984 logo is used, but the P-Head is replaced with Xerneas. When the P-Heads came over, Xerneas blew them off with Dazzling Gleam!

Pokémon Galaxy All-Stars 3: Necrozma the Prism King (2017): The 1984 logo is used, but the P-Head is replaced with Son Gohan from Dragon Ball Z. When the P-Heads came over, Gohan uses a Kamehameha Wave at them. Son Goku's voice is heard, saying "Gohan! You've shouldn't do that!". Then the screen cuts to an opening scene from Flint the Time Detective where Flint dances, but Fololo and Falala (who both gets sick) flew over to him and vomits on him. Then it cuts to a dancing Yoshi from the Mario series, Kirby from his own series and Diskun (a Famicom Disk System mascot) dancing their way out of the castle, and suddenly, a legendary Pokémon Necrozma followed them. Then it cuts to a random kanji with a PBS logo underneath it, with Professor Oak's voiceover saying "Funding for this movie is provided by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You!". Then Tom Nook from Animal Crossingcame into a view and says "Thank you!" to the audience. Then it cuts to an 1984 PBS logo, which turns gold as Hamtaro the Hamster ran across it. 

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Pokémon: Legend of the Toad Warrior (2016): The 1984 logo is used, but after a few seconds, the "PBS" fades out, the P-Head grows hands and feet (but no limbs), grabs his split, and then hops onto a Charizard, and flies off.

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Troubled Windows (2004): The 1984 logo is used but P-Head and split are drawn cringily and the caption says "PBCRINGE" with "CRINGE" hand-drawn, P-Head screams after looking at the logo, Then 98-tan says "Nice try.".

Into the Maximum-Verse: Revenge of the Lord" (2023; sequel to the 2022 live-action Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers film as set in the same shared universe as the said film):  The logo from Planet Earth plays with the text "Films" above "PBS", but glitches into the Mega Man: The Movie variant then fast forwards glitching into the Pokémon Galaxy All-Stars: The Quest of the Glowing Mew variant then fast forwards more glitching into The Crossoververse variant fasting forwards which glitches into The Learn Education Show variant, then The History of Mickey Mouse variant, the PBS Goes Pac-Man variant which causes to glitch more revealing the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2022 film variant of the Walt Disney Pictures logo, the Digimon Tamers: The Secret of Expand Activate variant, The Great Chase variant and the Bold Matters variant of the Pixar Animation Studios logo, The Mouse That Roared variant, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 variant and Qoo: 10 Years variant of the Columbia Pictures logo and the Tom and Jerry Chuck Jones shorts variant, MGM's The Big Parade of Comedy variant, 2011 re-release Hello Kitty's Big Furry Tale variant, the Pac-Man: The Movie variant, The Beavis and Butt-head Movie variant, Clerks III variant, the opening variant of Fallen Bridges and Brittany's Revenge variant of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer logo à la the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse variations of the Columbia Pictures logo, Sony Pictures Animation logo and Marvel logo. Then it gltiches to the first scene of the movie which shows footages from Bean (1997 film), Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York and The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (2000 film) during the two main characters Earnald and Joey's discussions of their favorite animated characters.

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