Bonkers D. Bobcat (voiced by Jim Cummings) is an overly energetic and hyperactive cartoon bobcat that works in the Toon Division of the Hollywood PD. Once a big name cartoon star for Wackytoons Studios, he was fired due to his show being bumped out of first place in the ratings. He was introduced to law enforcement when he unknowingly saved cartoon celebrity Donald Duck from a park mugger (mostly due to the help of officer Lucky Piquel) and was given full credit for the mugger's capture.
After acquiring a role in a live-action flick, Bonkers' arrongant actor pal Roderick Lizzard is framed for an arson fire at the studio.
Three thuggish toon elves frame spokesmen Slap, Sniffle, and Plop for stealing cereal box prizes so they can take their jobs.
Bonkers and Miranda fly to Tokyo, guarding the evil Z-Bot, when they run into the evil ninja kitties that free him.Watch Now:Amazon
Bonkers gets captured by Mr. Doodles, the Collector's minion, during his search for Fall-Apart. Toots leads Piquel to the Collector's hideout, saving Bonkers. The Collector is revealed to be a human before he gets trapped in the prop box
Bonkers takes in three toon mice left on his doorstep, not knowing that they're the accomplices of Flaps, the criminal elephant with a fixation on Dumbo.
This time, Bonkers does his version of Rudyard Kipling's "If" with Jitters illustrating. In "Petal to the Metal," delivery boy Bonkers must deliver a dozen roses to Fawn in four minutes or he's through. In "Dogzapoppin'," Bonkers has to get an important package to his boss, Grumbles, but he can't get past Grumble's nasty dog. In "Trail Mix Bonkers," Pony Express rider Trail Mix Bonkers delivers two money plates to California and fights the Grumbles Kid.
A crime spree mirrors an old-west cartoon Bonkers once made.
Bonkers faces off Wacky Weasel, the cunningest toon villain that ever existed.Watch Now:Amazon
After an unfunny clown steals Ludwig Von Drake's humorizer, he terrorizes Hollywood by stealing the humor of toons (including Bonkers), and it's up to Miranda's sense of humor to thwart his plan.
Bonkers loses a record book that's a key piece of evidence against a mobster, and he suspects everyone around him of stealing it.
Alowysius Vermin and his gang search for the key clue to a mobster's loot, hidden in the 29th page of some book.
The mayor busts Chief Kanifky all the way down to the toon division.
Two black-and-white toons steal color from other toons to colorize them-selves.
Bonkers and Lucky protect Charles Quibble, a TV critic who panned Bonkers's old show from an assassin.
Marilyn helps a toon team of two bees and a bear make one last cartoon, before their studio is torn down.
Two con artists use Lucky to steal an huge diamond.
Toon camera Zoom and microphone Boom trash Lucky in their TV show on cops.Watch Now:Amazon
Baa-bara, one of the toon sheep that Bonkers counts to get to sleep, gets fed up with her dead-end life and starts stealing Bonkers's dreams for herself.
Toon porcupine Winston Prickly kidnaps bachelors from the game show ""Love Corral"", when they won't let him on the show. In investigating the kidnappings, Bonkers falls madly in love with human bachelorette Rita Love-loss.Watch Now:Amazon
Santa Claus is reported missing in a freak blizzard over Southern California. Two of his elves recruit Lucky as a substitute.
A toon pencil's spreading toon grafitti all over Hollywood. Marilyn goes after him, into a surreal toon world where he hides out.Watch Now:Amazon