The Brothers Grunt (unaired episodes of animated series; 1994-1995)


The Brothers Grunt (missing episodes)
The Brothers as they appeared in the series
The Brothers as they appeared in the series
Status Lost

The Brothers Grunt was an MTV cartoon created by Danny Antonucci, creator of Ed Edd n Eddy. The series ran from 1994-1995 and was cancelled due to low ratings. The show was also compared to Aaahh! Real Monsters!, but the comparisons were disowned by the show's co-creator Gábor Csupó.

While the show only had 35 episodes aired, there were ten other episodes (three unconfirmed) produced that weren't aired. Most episodes are missing music video segments; some are found but with no episode tied-in.

Missing Episodes

36 - Perry Come Home
37 - Bring Me the Head of Perry the Grunt
38 - Black Balled Grunt
39 - Perry's Day Off
40 - Tony & Lace
41 - The Filling of the Shorts
42 - Poobah Blues
43 - Hunt for Grunts (Existence unconfirmed)
44 - Friends! Romans! Grunts! (Existence unconfirmed)
45 - The Wedding (Existence unconfirmed)

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MajinMadaraUchiha

17 months ago
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Well, at least we dont have to see that type of crap
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TheFoxy3D

8 months ago
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Yep.
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Anonymous user #1

17 months ago
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Be quiet, you anime peasant.
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Anonymous user #2

17 months ago
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It is 2016 the year of our lord and you actually used peasant as an insult, my god.
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Anonymous user #8

3 months ago
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Used fittingly enough.
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Anonymous user #3

16 months ago
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i still want to see these episodes. mainly the hunt for grunts
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Insultingiguana

16 months ago
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A fan uploaded a big torrent, he has everything but Hunt for Grunts Friends! Romans! Grunts!

The Wedding. He also has some episodes compleate with music video segments and sorry fragment one not tied in to any episode yet.
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Flashbcaks

14 months ago
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link? :0
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Anonymous user #4

11 months ago
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Where at?
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Nodog

11 months ago
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The Spleen of Mine.
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ApolloJustice

9 months ago
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Welp, better learn surgery
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Anonymous user #9

2 months ago
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Where?
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Anonymous user #5

7 months ago
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I'm gonna do all the googles go and link clicking possible to find The Wedding and Frends!Romans!Grunts!.
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Anonymous user #6

5 months ago
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I hope this show gets rebooted after Steven Universe, Adventure Time, and Star Vs The Forces of Evil all get cancelled. Not only would one of my favorite animated shows return but there would be so much salt from all the weebs.

Concerning the lost episodes, what could actually be done to convince whoever is in charge to give us the goods?
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Anonymous user #7

4 months ago
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I have found two interesting facts. The release dates of the 10 lost episodes. But this is just my math. Judgeing by the release dates of the episodes, The Ceremony to Smells Like Dean Spirit, there was new episode every week. So by this logic, Perry Come Home would have aired on April 16, 1995. Bring Me the Head of Perry the Grunt would air on April 23, 1995. Black Balled Grunt would air on April 30, 1995. Perry's Day Off would air on May 7, 1995. Tony and Lace would air on May 14, 1995. The Filling of the Shorts would air on May 21, 1995. Poobah Blues would air on May 28, 1995. Hunt for Grunts would air on June 4, 1995. Friends! Romans! Grunts! Would air on June 11, 1995. And The Wedding would air on June 18, 1995. Now here are 13 episodes that have not been resurfaced scince 1995. 22 years. First, is The Music is Very Grunt. Where Sammy goes to a music house to dance with the lamp. But finds Perry there. It was supposed to air on June 25, 1995. Next is The Grunt Left. Where the Gruntus Poobah goes to find Perry. The next is Tony in the Olympics and has Grunted. Where Tony went to the Olympics. It was supposed to air on July 1, 1995. The next is Bing has Escaped. Where Bing escaped from Hell. It was scheduled to air on July 8, 1995. The next is the second easiest to find. Called Grunt Costs Money, where Frank goes to a gas station. It should have aired on July 15, 1995. Next is Grunt Bus. Where Dean goes to school to find Perry, but learns. The next is No Grunts Allowed. Where Tony looks for Perry in a mine field. It was supposed to air on July 22, 1995. Next is Cheese for Grunt and John. Where the Gruntus Poobah goes to a dairy store, but eats too much to find Perry. It was supposed to air on July 29, 1995. Next is Swim in the Grunt Instead of the Pool. Where Perry goes swimming. August 5, 1995. Next is Camp in the Grunt. Where the Grunts get together and camp. It was supposed to air on August 12, 1995. Next is Sorry, We have to Grunt, where the Grunts cope with leavening the site. It was going to air on August 19, 1995. The next is Frank had an Egg. Where Frank gets eggs for breakfast and learns how to use silverware. It was going to air on August 26, 1995. The next was Love Grunts, where Sammy and the lamp go on a date. It was going to air on September 2, 1995. The next was Hi-Grunt. Where Dean goes mining. It was going to air on September 9, 1995. The next is Peeps and Hi-C. Where Tony eats a lot of junk food, and blows up like a baloon. (Becomes obese.) It was supposed to air on September 16, 1995. The next Drawing Like a Real Grunt, where Bing paints a masterpiece. It was going to air on September 23, 1995. And next was Soon To Be Grunt, where Tony learns he has diabetes. It was going to air on September 30, 1995. The next is Dress Up Like a Grunt for Halloween. Where the Gruntus Poobah Goes as a human to fit in. It was going to air on OCTOBER 7, 1995. The next is Man, This is Grunt... where Frank gets on drugs. Scheduled to air on October 14, 1995. The next was Run, Run Like a Grunt! Where Tony starts exercising. It was going to air on October 21, 1995. The next was I Invented the GRUNT! where Dean, with his new smarts, makes an invention which changes the world. It was going to air on October 28, 1995. The next is An Apple a Day keeps the Grunt Away, where Bing searches for Perry in fruit trees. It was going to air on November 4, 1995. The next was The Primary Grunt, where Perry goes to a political debate. It was going to air on November 11, 1995. The next is April Grunts. There is no known plot for this episode. It was going to air on November 18, 1995. The next episode is Olives and Grunts, where the Poobah stuffs himself with olives. It was going to air on November 26, 1995. The next is Sin in the Grunt House. Where Ringo finds a hot girl in the monastery. And they develop a toxic love. It was going to air on December 3 1995. The next episode is Frank's Cute Grunt. Where Frank looses his Grunt and makes meows. It was going to air on December 10, 1995. The next episode is The Man Found out. Where Sammy meets the detective. December 17, 1995. The next episode was The Grunt Who Came for Turkey. Again, no specific plot, but we know it involves Santa. And it was going to air on December 24, 1995. The next is We Found Our Lost Grunt! where all the Grunts team up and find Perry. The last episode (That I made up, these are my conspiracies I made up.) is, It Is All Grunt! where the Grunts return Perry and everything is better. It was going to air on January 7, 1996. And those are my dumb, fake conspiracies.
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Anonymous user #5

2 months ago
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Good news! There are many others episodes. Here they are. The first is called Loopholes, where Perry escapes once more. It was going to air on January 14, 1996. The next is Go Out to Grunt and Hunt, where the brothers Dean and Bing, Sammy and Tony and Frank escape one night to find Perry. It was going to air on January 21, 1996. The next is Rich as Grunt! where Tony and Sammy become super rich. It was going to air on January 28, 1996. The next is Inside the Grunt, where Frank goes inside a music player and see what's inside. It was going to air on February 4, 1996. The next is Chicago, where Sdean and Bing look for Perry in Chicago. It was going to air on Febuary 11, 1996. The next is The Grunt Commandments, where the Poobah gets possessed at the monastery and becomes an authoritarian dictator, but Ringo knocks some sense in him. It was going to air on February 18, 1996. The next is USSGrunt, where Frank becomes a communist. It was going to air on Febuary 25, 1996. The next is Split Grunt, where all the Grunts meet up and split up. It was going to air on March 4, 1996. The next is Hershey Grunt Factory, where Tony works at a chocolate factory. It was going to air on March 11, 1996. The next is Tropical Grunts, where Sammy goes to Hawaii to find Perry. It was going to air on March 18, 1996. The next was Lemonade Stand, where Bing loses all his money, so he start a lemonade stand to get it back. It was going to air on March 25, 1996. The next is Sports for Grunts. It was about the Grunts teaming up to find Perry at a sports stadium. It was going to air on April 1, 1996. The next was Demostacted Grunts, where Dean goes to find Perry at a pet store. It was going to air on April 8, 1996.
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Anonymous user #9

1 months ago
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So... is there still interest in finding the lost episodes? I heard this all from a friend of a friend, so go ahead and take this with a grain of salt... But 7 of the 10 lost episodes might be found by bootlegs. A friend ordered the dvd. If it's got the episodes, i'll ask her if she'll let me borrow it to rip the lost episodes and upload them. As far as I know...we're the only two people who actually still care about this series, and the lost episodes.
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Drtakemi

4 days ago
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According to the wikipedia page, there's a christmas episode titled "The Grunts Who Came for Turkey," but with 3 unconfirmed episodes... there's a possibility the ones on here aren't real at all.
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Drtakemi

4 days ago
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But, this IS wikipedia we're talking about, so this should be taken with a grain of salt, as with anything else without a source
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