Following a trip to the mall where Bugs opts to purchase both a big screen television and a massage chair, Daffy decides that a good invention is the perfect get-rich scheme. He gets to work in the garage, “inventing” items that have been around for ages.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Bushwhacker Bob drags Taz on a treasure hunt.
Taz's "unique" singing talents are advertised as part of a CD collection.
Taz contemplates nature and his enslavement for food.
Dr. Sternly Deadpan describes how weights, such as the one dropped on Francis X. Bushlad in the previous episode, are carefully selected from a long list of heavy objects one might use. He describes their composition, and shows how they are made in the factory. Further, he shows how all their gags are screened by The Bushrats to determine the maximum jocularity quotient.Watch Now:Amazon
Francis discovers Taz's love of accordion music and uses it to capture him.
Taz must compete with other predators over an adorable baby deer that he can't bring himself to eat.
In an "unused" scene from Ticket Taker Taz, Molly uses her paddleball to scam Taz out of the concert tickets.
Taz arrives at the sheep meadow to fill in for Ralph Wolf, where Sam Sheepdog performs his usual predator-pounding job on him.
Wendal Wolf mistakes a gamma-radiation chamber for a tanning booth, causing him to transform into a violent monster whenever Taz gets him upset.