Bugs Bunny narrates how Buster and Babs Bunny were created by a cartoonist on a deadline to come up with a new concept for a great new cartoon; and they wound up having to create Acme Acres, all the characters, and get their scripts back from the villain, Montana Max, who stole them to create his own show.
Plucky's incessant brags about heroism get him in trouble when two alien ducks posing as foreign exchange students kidnap him to return to their home planet to defeat their enemy, Duck Vadar; and it's up to Buster, Babs and Hamton to follow after the aliens and rescue Plucky.
Includes "Spectacular Day," "Devil Doggie," "Optical Illusion" and "Win, Lose Or Kerplowie." Buster and Babs are replaced by the Wheel of Comedy, Elmyra adopts Dizzy in the misperception he's a puppy, Furrball's confused when he picks up 3-D glasses and Buster interferes with a rigged game show.
Includes "Never Too Late To Loon," "Lil' Sneezer" and "To Bleep Or Not To Bleep." Plucky tries to cheat on a math exam, Sylvester gives Furrball an assignment to catch a mouse, and a swearing Rooster asks Buster to help him get a date with Shirley.
A satire of "The Mickey Mouse Club" sees Buster suffering at the hands of a pumped-up Arnold at the gym in "Buffed Bunny," Dizzy receiving justice at the hands of fate after squashing bugs in "Squish," and Babs driving away all her friends with her dead-on imitations in "Born To Be Riled."
Buster's poltergeist comes back to haunt Montana Max after he drops a house on the rabbit in "Home Wrecker." Elmyra's pet-of-the-month club delivers a vampire bat in "Fang You Very Much." And Hamton faces off against a mosquito in "Easy Biter."
The gang spoofs Howdy Doody in "Buster Bunny Bunch," the Roadrunner/Wiley Coyote competition in "Bag That Bunny," Robin Leach in "Lifestyles Of The Rich And Rotten" and classic al music in "The Anvil Chorus."
Elmyra adopts Sneezer when he's left on her doorstep in "Awful Orphan." Plucky tries to stop Montana in "The Re-Return Of The Toxic Revenge," and a dog tries to protect baby chickens from the prowling Furrball in "Bird-Dog Afternoon."
A "Twilight Zone" spoof including "A Walk On The Flip Side," where rabbit-hating Montana wakes up as a bunny; "A Bacon Strip," in which Hamton is duped into skinny-dipping; and in "Senserely Yours, Babs," Babs loses her sense of humor.
Buster finds a dinosaur egg and mistakes it for his soccer ball, until it hatches into a tyrannosaurus Rex. Buster names him Rover and makes a pet out of him, but Montana Max tries to hunt the dinosaur down for his own uses and it's up to Buster and his friends to return Rover to where he belongs.
Acme Looniversity is abuzz as the prom approaches. Buster fears his dark secret -his profound inability to dance- will be revealed. Babs is on pins and needles, waiting for Buster to ask her out. Elmyra nurses her unrequited crush on Montana Max, who flees to Rio. The boys are fitted for tuxes and the girls paint their faces (literally). When the big night arrives, surprises abound for everyone... and in true Acme Loo fashion, unadulterated chaos reigns.
Buster is taken captive by crazed animal lover Elmyra (her big debut), and finds she's been holding other Tiny Toons hostage for "years". With Babs' help, Buster and the other toons manage to escape Elmyra's house and deal with her in true cartoon style.
Montana Max and his gang steal a slushie machine and frame Buster for it; Plucky acts as his lawyer and they both get thrown in jail, then try to break out and make Max confess, but encounter one ridiculous obstacle after another in the big house.
The isolated and rich Montana Max one day opens his mansions' window, shouting out the word 'Acme.' Hampton goes on a quest to then find out what this strange utterance could mean. His journey takes him on a quest through Max's poor past, and into his huge (but scandalous) run for Class President.
Buster and Babs are in a race with Plucky to see who can get to Hollywood and sell their story to famed director Cooper Daville first. Plucky and Hamton are the first ones to reach Hollywood but have to endure many wild and zany antics to try and reach Mr. Daville.
Bjorn Bunny thwarts Max's rigged tennis tournament in "Tennis The Menace." Dizzy and Furrball try to fool Arnold in "Bleacher Bummer," and the Vanderbunnys teach Roderick and Rhubella a lesson in "Miniature Golf."
Buster and Babs present three cartoons on how to cope with a rainy day. Rent-A-Friend: Buster's working as a rent-a-friend and gets stuck having to play with Montana Max. Bunny Daze: Babs has the house to herself while her mother's away and daydreams herself into adventures as she does her chores. Fur-Gone Conclusion: Buster and Babs get sick of the rain and head for Aruba but make a wrong turn and wind up at the North Pole, and help save a baby seal from Gotcha Grabmor, a fur scalper.
Concord takes over Cupid's job in "Love Among The Toons." Elmyra goes wild while cleaning house in "Elmyra's Spring Cleaning" and Plucky and Dizzy battle for prizes on a humiliating game show in "That's Incredibly Stupid."
Calamaty Coyote sees his life flash before his eyes in "Piece Of Mind." Hamton wimps out of dissecting a frog in class in "Class Cut-Up." A bored Plucky uses binoculars to snoop from his hospital bed in "Rear Window Pain."
Tyrone Turtle must cross a highway to escape Elmyra in "Turtle Hurdle." Elmyra bungles her babysitting in "Drooley Davey" and friendly dog Barky Marky loses his love of fetch after playing with Elmyra in "Go Fetch."
A scientist spills a hunger-inducing flavor-enhancer on Hamton in "Scentimental Pig." Sweetie programs Furrball to want to eat "Pit Bullied." Plucky the Toxic Revenger attacks Max's polluting ice-cream-spoon factory in "Duck In The Muck."
The Bunnys travel through Plucky's brain and encounter a costumed Plucky relating the story of his superhero adventures in "Bat's All Folks." Plucky gets stuck in the all-eyeball state on class picture day in "Wild Takes Class."
Buster and Babs create the rules as they go on a date in "Buster's Guide To Dating." Fifi thinks a tarred and feathered Calamity is another skunk in "Love Stinks." And Elmyra looks for love on "The Dating Game."
Buster's friends worry about his safety when he's sent to the principal's office in "The Learning Principal," Sweetie searches for Bookworm in "Eating Between The Lines" and Plucky runs into Elmyra when he fakes illness in "What's Up Nurse."
Plucky's guilt drives him insane in "Plucky's Dastardly Deed," Hamton is frustrated by his hyper-intelligent locker in "Open And Shut Case" and Plucky, Buster and Hamton try to move a piano down from the top of a tower in "C Flat Or B Sharp?"
Hamton tries to get into a cool dance club in "Mr. Popular's Rules Of Cool," Plucky and Hamton compete in a parody of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" in "Slugfest" and Max hunts a street-smart deer in "Venison Anyone?"