|The Mouse-Merized Cat|
Babbit hypnotizes Catstello who refuses but fails and finds himself acting like Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Rochester (Jack Benny's sidekick), and then a chicken, and a dog. Babbit hypnotizes him back, but Castello decides to hypnotize both of them into a cowboy and a horse, so he can enjoy their house in peace.
- The WB shortened the scene of Babbit trying to hypnotize Catstello so the viewers couldn't see Babbit slapping Catstello in the face several times.[citation needed|date=]
- Both Cartoon Network and The WB cut the scene of Babbit hypnotizing Catstello to act like Rochester receiving a telephone call from Jack Benny (though there was a time in the late 2000s when Cartoon Network aired this scene uncensored. Whether this was a mistake or a sign that their censors were lightening up on allowing objectionable content isn't known).