|Season 3, Episode 7|
|Air date||17. November, 1997|
|Written by||John Arcudi|
When Pigs Ruled the Earth
The Goofalotatots is the fifty-second episode of The Mask: The Animated Series.
Stanley as The Mask meets his favorite cartoon characters The Goofalotatots (a parody of the Warners from Animaniacs) Stinko, Pinko and Snot. What he doesn't know is that they're evil robot duplicates built by Pretorius in a plot to disable Edge City's officials.
- Stanley Ipkiss
- Stinko, Pinko and Snot
- Mitch Kellaway
- Stu Schpeeler
- Mayor Mitchell Tilton
- Ben Gothan
- Dan Douglas
- Marie McDonald
- The Goofalotatots are a parody of Yakko, Wakko and Dot Warner from the Animaniacs TV series. Voice actors Rob Paulsen (Voice of Stanley Ipkiss/The Mask), Jess Harnell (Voice of the Phony Frenchman and Lawrence Lorenzo/The Hood) and Tress Macneille (Voice of Agnes Peenman) are the Warner Siblings voice actors and their Goofalotatots counterparts.
- This is the second episode to be written by John Arcudi, one of the main writers and artists of The Mask comic series for Dark Horse Comics. The first being the season 1 episode, How Much Is That Dog in the Tin Can?
- This is the last appearance of Marie McDonald and Mayor Tilton.
- This is the first time ever The Mask himself got a wedgie.
- The Edge City water tower that is home of the Goofalotatots is based off the Warner Brothers' Studios water tower that is the home of the Warner siblings on the Animaniacs TV series.
- Stu Schpeeler is loosely based off famous Hollywood filmmaker, Steven Spielberg, who was the creator and executive producer of the Animaniacs TV series.
- Edge City Police commissioner, Ben Gothan, is possibly based off the character, Commissioner James Gordon of the Gotham City Police Department from DC Comics' Batman. His last name, Gothan, is a possible reference to Batman's hometown, Gotham City.
- This is the second time Mayor Tilton got an atomic wedgie.
- Dot is the third female character to get an atomic wedgie and possibly the third to get one from The Mask. The first being Gorgonzola and second, Agnes Peenman.