The subject of this article or section is non-canon. The events described did not happen in the official BFDI universe.
"BFDIA 1 Re-Animated By 95 People! - (Fan-Made)" is a reanimation of "Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know" by 95 animators. It premiered on July 31, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. PDT, and its release date was announced through a YouTube story on July 29, 2020. The video was organized and edited by Ian V. "Yellow Pancake".
Although the episode is identical in audio and plot to its original counterpart, the contents of the animation are not necessarily considered canon.
1Gary / Randominations
Edge The Jigglycutie
Krasen Makes Content
Poppie Doopie Doo
Intro part drawn
Joe Art Maker
Voting video drawn
This video isn't monetized, likely because most of the people who worked on the project are not on the Jacknjellify team.
Oddly enough, "voting" for the episode is available through unlisted videos linked in the description that were uploaded 2 days prior on July 29, 2020. The voting videos are also reanimated and are a reference to the voting videos for the original video. Because the results for the original episode already ended, liking means a contestant "is liked" and disliking means a contestant is "slightly less liked." The end of the video says the contestant with the most dislikes means "being most the disliked," and the contestant with the most likes means "being the most liked." Unlike the original, the description calls the contestants by name, whereas in the original they went unnamed to hide spoilers. The videos were also available before the premiere, making this only time voting has opened before the episode's release.
The video says voting ends on March 7, 2061, and the next episode will be on March 7, 2063.
This video has a frame rate of 30 frames per second, unlike the original, which has 24 frames per second, like all BFDI episodes.
Dora's favorite screen of the number four was restylized as Four. Dora's favorite screen of the number two has a faint drawing of Two's face in it. Papiomike drew the two screen and animated the tug of war, they previously were the recommenders of Blender and Rubber Spatula.