Buster sits behind the camera for the first time, but his directorial debut is interrupted by Babs' fitness plan (and a trip to Sandy Witch's house), as well as Plucky's ego (which Buster deals with in a smashing way).
It's Music Day on the show, with three shorts related to the subject. In "Ruffled Ruffie", rock-and-roll fan Buster does battle with a sappy Raffi clone. "The Horn Blows at Lunchtime" features Little Sneezer, a trumpet, a block of stinky cheese and a lot of finger-pointing. "Loon Lake" has Shirley dealing with a group of snooty swan ballerinas, with Babs' help.
Buster Bunny is trying to produce and direct the Tiny Toons Holiday Special, but it is not working. Montana max, makes him look bad, and then bribes the network executives into firing Buster and making him the producer. Buster thinks he has had it, and plans to throw himself out of cartoons forever. His guardian angel appears and shows him what Tiny Toons would be like without him.