Tiny Toon Adventures (1990–1995)
The "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" and "Particle Man" music videos from "Tiny Toon Adventures" are included in this collection.
The game is based on the characters of the series.
Spin off movie.
Spun off from the TV series.
Video game spin off
This is a video game based on the animated series.
Spin off special.
Computer game spin-off.
Video game spin-off.
Babs, Buster, & Dizzy stuffed toys are seen at the Trickster and Prank's hideout.
Jerry's care package includes "Tiny Toons" medicated heat rub.
Servo: Sipping cocoa and watching Tiny Toons.
Kelly calls Bud "Tiny Toon".
an observer in the cemetery has a shirt depicting Go-go.
One of the Joker's henchmen reads a Tiny Toon Adventures comic.
A guard reads a Tiny Toon Adventures comic.
Jerry says he's watching this.
mentioned by name
In "I Am the Very Model of a Cartoon Individual," Yakko mentions Babs and Buster Bunny.
Characters from this show are in framed photos on the wall of WB studios including Elmyra and Buster Bunny.
Mary Melody makes a cameo in "Cat on a Hot Steel Beam".
Mr Skeleton Head from Tiny Toon Adventures appears.
Baby Plucky appears in The Garden of Edan
Furrball makes a cameo appearance in "Home on De-Nile."
Babs and Buster Bunny board the ark.
Shirley the Loon makes a cameo appearance.
In "Boot Camping", Dot wears an inner tube with Plucky Duck's face on it.
In "Animator's Alley," Cappy mentions Bosko and Honey, who were introduced in "Tiny Toon Adventures."
Fifi LaFume and Baby Plucky make a cameo appearance in "Survey Ladies."
Little Plucky from 'Tiny Toon Adventures' appears on the cover of 'The Mighty Ducks' in 'Video Review.'
Mentioned by Jerry Segel
Dante mention the TV show.
In "Meet Minerva," Fowlmouth leaves a message on Minerva's answering machine.
In "Le Bouton et le Ballon," Baby Plucky makes a cameo appearance.
Wakko's Rube Goldberg device uses a Buster Bunny doll.
Baby Plucky makes a cameo appearance in the "Smell Ya Later" segment.
In "Scare Happy Slappy," Skippy goes trick-or-treating in a Buster Bunny costume.
Elmyra appears in the "Lookit the Fuzzy Heads" segment.
Elmyra is interviewed for the special.
Wakko sings the "Tiny Toon Adventures" theme.
Elmyra appears in the "Hard Day's Warner" segment, as well as a man in a Buster Bunny costume. Also in "Gimmie a Break", Wakko eats a bar of soap shaped like Plucky Duck, and some merchandise of the Tiny Toons characters are seen in "Please Please Please Get a Life Foundation".
Buster, Babs, Plucky, Hampton, Dizzy and Gogo Dodo appear in "The Big Wrap Party Tonight "
A photo of Hamton and Little Beeper hang in Mr. Plotz's office.
Second segment is named "The Terror of Tiny Toon" in reference to this show.
Posters of Hamton and Buster Bunny can be seen in "The Animaniacs Suite."
On the script it has the name "Buster Bunny" which was in Tiny Toon
Inspector Gadget has a Plucky Duck pez dispenser.
Referenced by title
Mentioned by Steven Bernstein
The steering wheel of Shin-ae's car depicts Babs Bunny.
In "Theme Song", the continuity announcer for "Cheat Commandos" describes them as "They're tiny, they're toony, they're all a little loony"
This show is mentioned.
Included in a $16,000 question
Buford says Elmyra's catchphrase while hugging Perry; "I'm going to hug you, and squeeze you and never let you go!"
show is referenced by former writers
The infamous "One Beer" episode is referenced.
Ken affectionately calls Barbie, "Babs" as the two are surfing.
Making fun of Batman and Robin's costumes in the Batduck segment.
Kath Soucie's role mentioned
MarzGurl mentions the series
Critic compares Buster and Babs to the Chipmunks and Chipettes in tonality and behavior, and says the former are more distinctive.
Buster and Babs Bunny are seen
Plush toys of Buster Bunny and Plucky Duck can be seen at the fair.
Both Babs Bunny and Fowl Mouth are mentioned
"We're tiny, we're toony, we're all a little loony"
"Go back to Acme Looneyversity until you pass your exam."
#3 is anything written by the Richard Stone team.
Mentioned as the show that started the trend that Animaniacs perfected.
Clips are shown.
Former Hanna-Barbera animators began to work on this Warner Bros. animated series. Intro clip shown.
other animated works from TMS
Clip of Baby Plucky saying "Ewww".
"It is a lame joke."
Jim watches this in bed.
among old cartoons the Critic likes
Critic credits old shows like this to the eventual rise of weird, yet brilliant shows and movies
is the subject of the editorial
The #7 pick.
The Warners, singing to Lincoln, do a send up of the Tiny Toon Adventures opening.
Lupin briefly watches a cartoon featuring a woodpecker who looks like Plucky chasing a bear that looks like Buster with a mallet.