In the Curious George episode "The Perfect Carrot," Bill's bunnies all have simple pet-like names except for one which is named either Herbert Menninger or Herbert Nenninger (spelling may be incorrect in either case). This has been driving my husband and I crazy since we first saw the episode a few months ago. Does anyone know if this is a reference to a scientist, someone associated with H.A. Rey (author of the Curious George books), someone associated with the show, or anything else?
Edit: To the user that answered such, I'm pretty sure that it's not a reference to a Ꮲe̫dᎾphᎥl🄴 on the Family Guy. We're talking about a squeaky clean PBS Kids show!
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The Family Guy answer doesn't make any sense, and is incorrect anyway - that character's name is John Herbert, not Herbert Nenninger.
Donk287's answer is correct. It seems it was just a joke name until recently though.
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Herbert Nenninger is Bill's great-uncle. The rabbit was named after him. This is revealed in the "Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest" movie.
He's a dead guy who haunts the area every Halloween where George and the man in the yellow hat live. Also known as No-Noggin
normally i watch a whole lot of television but i do love a good reserve if i enter the booklet i wont said down and i love that i reach use my creativity so much more than with a tv
So far as books that have movies, the books aren't limited to a set timeframe and so can get into a lot more depth a feature size movie could. Sometimes movies wrap up very different from the book
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