Yogi Bear is up against it this time.
His BFF and cave-mate, Boo-Boo, has reached the edges of his tolerance for rules, and decides to return to the wilds of the forest. The second of two satirical Yogi Bear specials (carded as a Ranger Smith cartoon) from maverick animator John Kricfalusi (Ren & Stimpy) bowed in 1999 on Cartoon Network, and has aired periodically on [adult swim] since that time.
Kricfalusi himself voices Boo Boo, while Stephen Worth nails a perfect mimic of Daws Butler's characterization of Yogi. Unfortunately, aside from a promising script, this has all the usual Spumco hallmarks.
The biggest problem is that Boo-Boo was miscolored. He's usually a brown bear, just like Yogi, not grey.
Two years later, Kricfalusi brought his failed Fox series, The Ripping Friends, to [adult swim], but, as documented previously, it flopped after dark, too. Undaunted, Kricfalusi brought Ren & Stimpy back two years after that, only for that to fail also.