Mindless Entertainment

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Logo description by Shadeed A. Kelly
Logo capture by EnormousRat

Background: Mindless Entertainment was formed in 1997 by Mark Cronin. In 2004, Cronin merged his company with Cris Abrego's 51 Pictures (formerly "Brass Ring Productions") to form "51 Minds Entertainment".

(June 7, 1999-May 26, 2008)
Nicknames: "Mindless Brain", "Mindless", "The Scribble"

Logo: On a white background, an odd scribble-like shape zooms in and spins clockwise on the left side while the word "Mindless" appears letter-by-letter and "Entertainment" flies in from the left.

Variant: In 2007, the logo is sped-up.

FX/SFX: The names appearing.

Music/Sounds: A sound of what is likely some kind of horn that plays three notes and later holding a fourth note
in a crazed, noisy fashion. On Cram, the end title theme of the show plays over the logo while the logo theme is playing.

Availability: Uncommon. It was seen on Cram, The X Show, Hurt Bert, Beat the Geeks, The Surreal Life, and The Flavor of Love 2. It was last spotted on
TV Guide Network (now Pop) when they reran The Flavor of Love. Used during the first four years under 51 Minds Entertainment.

Editor's Note: None.