Set in the fictional town of Acme Acres, the series follows the adventures of a group of young cartoon characters who attend Acme Looniversity to become the next generation of characters from Looney Tunes. The cartoon was the first animated series produced by the collaboration of Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation.
Elmyra Duff mistakes Dizzy Devil for a dog and takes him home with her. "Optical Intrusion": Furrball accidentally glues a pair of magnetic 3-D glasses to his face and attempts to remove them. "Win, Lose or Kerplowie": Babs, Montana Max and Plucky compete on a game show. After Buster discovers that Max is cheating, he kidnaps the host and takes his place to get revenge on Max.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster introduces the start of each segment. "Never Too Late to Loon": Plucky asks Shirley the Loon to turn him into Albert Einstein to help pass a math test, only to fail the test because Einstein had poor grades as a youth. "Li'l Sneezer": Sylvester the Cat tests Furrball by asking him to catch a mouse. The mouse, Sneezer, sneezes repeatedly and thwarts Furrball's attempts to catch him. "To Bleep or Not to Bleep": Fowlmouth tries to ask Shirley on a date, but she shuns him because of his profane language. Buster then tries to control Fowlmouth after discovering that he does not swear around young children.
A fictionalized origin story for the series. Taking inspiration from Bugs Bunny, an animator attempts to create rabbit characters, Babs and Buster Bunny, but discards the sketches. Bugs, Babs and Buster then create the show's setting of Acme Acres and find characters to inhabit it.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A parody of The Mickey Mouse Club, various characters sing about Buster. "Buffed Bunny": Presuming that Babs is showing excitement over a billboard for a gym, Buster tries to win her over by conditioning his body. At the end, he discovers that she was actually looking at a billboard for carrot cake. "Squish": After stepping on a bug, Shirley predicts bad things for him, which results Dizzy dreaming that he has become the size of a bug. "Born to Be Riled": Babs' classmates become offended by her impersonations of them, and retaliate by impersonating her.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster and Babs scare each other. "Home Wrecker": After finding steel bars driven down into his burrow, Buster finds that Montana Max is building a house right over him. He then disguises himself as a ghost to scare Max away. "Fang You Very Much": Elmyra joins a pet-of-the-month club and receives a bat who turns into a vampire. "Easy Biter": Hamton is annoyed by a mosquito who keeps trying to bite him. He finally releases him, only to have the mosquito's entire family invade his house.
After being punished for misbehavior at school for her lack of self-control, Babs runs off to Wackyland. She becomes queen of the land, but soon finds herself annoyed by the inhabitants' lack of self control, and has to be rescued by Buster, Plucky and Hamton.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A massive earthquake leaves ruins to Acme Acres and sends the characters to the center of the Earth, where they find that gremlin's are causing the earthquakes because their large gold nugget has been stolen by Montana Max. The characters then take the gold nugget from Max and return it to the gremlins.
Buster introduces each segment, describing them as examples of life in the 1990s. "Whining Out": Buster, Babs, Hamton and Plucky attend a fancy restaurant called Attitude, where they are treated poorly by the staff. "Paper Trained": While on his paper route, Buster demands subscription money from Montana Max. After Max finally pays, he reads in the paper that the last of his diminished funds was used to pay Buster. "Butt Out": Babs is annoyed by Roderick and Rhubella Rat, who are smoking next to her at a restaurant. She teaches them about the dangers of smoking by posing as a doctor.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The characters are playing soccer when Buster's ball falls down into a hole. In it, Buster finds what he believes to be hundreds of soccer balls, one of which he believes is his. Actually, it's a dinosaur egg that hatches, leading Buster to attempt raising the young dinosaur, whom he names Rover. After Rover destroys Acme Acres, Buster finds a passageway to the dinosaur world and returns him to his home.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
After being asked to the prom by Babs, Buster tries to learn how to dance by watching an old Bugs Bunny routine, but performs them poorly until Bugs comes in and assists him. Meanwhile, Elmyra tries to get Montana Max to like her, even though he is instead focusing on the girl that Dizzy has brought.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster Bunny is brought home by Elmyra, but tries to escape when he realizes how awful it is. Before leaving, Buster frees the other pets Elmyra has locked up, but he himself is recaptured. Babs, Fifi, Furrball and Tyrone Turtle come to the rescue.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster and Babs describe the episode as a "viewer request" day. Plucky invents a machine to pick who will star in each segment, but becomes frustrated when it fails to pick him. "Debutante Devil": Taz gives Dizzy instructions to eat Babs. She then corrects Dizzy's behavior by giving him a finishing school-style routine. "Sleight of Hare": Buster works as a magician's rabbit at Montana Max's birthday party, then gets revenge after the magician quits due to Max's constant interruptions. "Duck Out of Luck": Buster and Babs say that the viewers decide what happens to Plucky within the episode. Plucky goes through several transformations and settings.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster and Babs are sick, and they watch cable TV spoofs to help get better. This episode is filled with spoofs of The Cosby Show, Hollywood Squares, and many popular movies and shows of the day. Basically, an improved version of episode 64.Watch Now:iTunes
This light-hearted spoof of the classic movie "Sunset Boulevard" focuses on Montana Max, now a screenwriter thief, who comes across a washed-up star named Elmyra Desmond. Elmyra wants him to submit a script of her comeback cartoon to Cooper DeVille, but Plucky wants to get a hold of it, too.Watch Now:iTunes
A parody of The Twilight Zone with Buster as Rod Serling. "A Walk on the Flip Side": Montana Max dreams that he has become a rabbit. He finds Babs and Buster living in his house, who call an animal shelter and have him taken away. After waking from the dream, Max promises to be nice to rabbits, which he disregards as he throws Buster and Babs out into the cold. However, Max then finds several rabbits in his cabinets. "A Bacon Strip": Hamton and Plucky sneak onto Montana Max's property and Hamton goes skinny-dipping in the pool. After having his clothes stolen, Hamton has to return naked to his house, where his friends have planned a surprise birthday party. "Senserely Yours, Babs": Babs loses her sense of humor (personified as a ghost of herself), and Hamton and Calamity attempt to capture it.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster and Babs "theater hop" at a multiplex while being chased by usher Montana Max. "Superbabs": A parody of the Superman film franchise with Babs in the role of Superman and Montana Max as "Wex Wuthor". Superbabs tries to thwart Wex's plot to destroy Acme Acres by pouring ink all over it. "Duck Trek": A parody of Star Trek with Hamton, Plucky, Furrball (in a rare speaking role) and other characters as the crew members. They land on a planet in search of a toupee for Plucky, but are chased by a hair monster. However, they manage to escape the clutches of the planet's hairs when Hamton worries the planet bald. "Pasadena Jones": A parody of Indiana Jones with Buster as Indiana Jones. Buster enters a secret temple to find the Secret of Life, which is revealed to be friendship.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Buster hosts a goofy send-up of the popular dating show Love Connection as he matches people with dates from hell. And speaking of bad dates.... My Dinner with Elmyra: Max has to take Elmyra out on a date and everyone rags on him about the whole affair. Max spends the whole time trying to avoid Elmyra, but she gives him a steamy kiss that he will never forget! Max concludes, ""I think I'm in love!""Watch Now:iTunes
Montana Max and his gang frame Buster for stealing a slushie machine, and Plucky Duck acts as Buster's lawyer to prove him innocent. However, Plucky and Buster end up imprisoned together and are commended for capturing escapees Rocky and Mugsy in the process of breaking out. To get his revenge on Monty, Buster and company rap until Monty confesses to the crime.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
The Tiny Toons put together a telethon, but only manages to raise 7 cents the whole episode. It's All Relative: Bab's grandmother comes to visit and wants Babs to do the funny thing that she used to do. Babs goes through a whole lot of impressions of popular people and cartoons until she says ""I'm Falling and I can't get up"", which is the funny thing that they had wanted the whole time.Watch Now:iTunes
A parody of Howdy Doody with Buster as Buffalo Bob and Plucky as Howdy Doody. "Bag That Bunny": Elmyra pays Calamity Coyote to help her catch Buster. Despite several attempts, he fails to catch Buster, and is then taken home by Elmyra instead. "Lifestyles of the Rich and Rotten": In this parody of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Buster and Babs attempt to interview Montana Max. "The Anvil Chorus": Anvils repeatedly fall on Plucky during the playing of Giuseppe Verdi's The Anvil Chorus. The finale features cannons shooting at Plucky to the tune of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture.Watch Now:iTunes
Buster describes each episode as an example of the characters looking out for those smaller than they are. "Awful Orphan": Elmyra discovers Sneezer in a basket on her doorstep and cares for him as if he were a baby. "The Re-Return of the Toxic Revenger": When the water from Plucky's swamp is stolen by Montana Max to fill his pool, Plucky dresses as a superhero (The Toxic Revenger) and tries to return the water. "Dog-Bird Afternoon": Byron Basset tries to keep Furrball from getting to a nest with baby birds in it. After Furrball is thwarted, the birds rescue Byron from the top of the house.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
This episode is a homage to Don Bluth's An American Tail, only it's done with fleas instead of mice. A family of fleas becomes separated when their younger child lands on Furrball. Buster, Babs and Plucky shrink themselves to flea size to help the young flea reunite with his family, who then take residence on Furrball.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes