In "My Mother the Squirrel", the Bluebird thinks Slappy Squirrel is his mother. Then, in a musical segment, the Warners host "The Party" in the water tower. Next, the Flame helps Francis Scott Key write our nation's anthem in "Oh! Say Can You See", and the Bluebird returns to sing his version of the classic holiday song, "The Twelve Days of Christmas."
Slappy is the coach of a Soccer team. Skippy keeps getting hit in the face by the ball, causing him to cry and Slappy deciding to put him out of the game. But at the final game, the last hit by the ball in Skippy's face gives the team the win. Katie Kaboom gets furious when her parents won't let her wear clothes that are "in-style" at her school, since they make her belly button visible. The Warners wake up from suspended animation in a spaceship in a parody of 2001: A Space Odyssey. When the computer of the ship orders them to return to their sleeping pods, the ...
Wakko proves to Schratchnsniff that his song made of two-notes is actual music. A song on the Latin American waterway to the tune of Low Bridge. Wakko sings an ode to his favorite femme. The Warners sing a song about Magellan to the tune of Git Along, Little Dogies. Wakko, using fart sounds from his hands, performs the Chinese Dance from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite. The Warners sing about who's at their wrap party.
The Tazmanian Devil plays the Beast and Dot is Cutie in "Cutie and the Beast," a musical parody of "Beauty and the Beast." In "Boo Happens," Chicken Boo relives the life of "Forrest Gump." Later, the Warners have fun with puns in an amusing musical number sung to the tune of the classic Christmas carol, "Noel."
The Warners, as Native Americans, introduce John Smith and company to ice cream in "Jokahontas," a musical parody of the animated film "Pocahontas." Later, in "Boids on the Hood," the Goodfeathers challenge Ralph the Guard as he tries in vain to protect Plotz's car from "aerial attacks." Then, it's "Mighty Wakko at the Bat" in the Warners version of the famous Ernest Lawrence Thayer poem.
To win a Humanitarian Animation Award, the Warners attempt to teach a lesson in political correctness in "A Very Very Very Very Special Show." Then, in "Night of the Living Buttons," Buttons saves Mindy from a horde of graveyard zombies. The Warners return in "Soda Jerk" as Yakko and Dot attempt to cure Wakko of a bad case of the hiccups.
In the James Bond spoof "From Burbank With Love," the Warners help secret agent 0007, Municipal Bond, thwart Roy Blowfinger's dastardly plan to steal all of the gold in Fort Knox. Later, in "Anchors A-Warners," Dr. Scratchansniff goes on a cruise to get some desperately needed rest and relaxation, but can he survive a vacation at sea with the Warners? Then, Yakko explains the relativity of time zones in the informative musical number "When You're Traveling From Nantucket."
To cure Ernest Hemingway of his writer's block, the Warners, as overzealous office supply salespeople, attempt to supply "Paper For Pappa" while chasing him around the globe. Next, the Hip Hippos compete on America's most violent game show, "Amazing Gladiators." Then, Pinky and Ralph the Guard try in vain to make plans for the evening in "Pinky and the Ralph."
The French documentarian Pomme de Terre provides glimpses of Wakko's personal life in revealing vignettes called "10 Short Films About Wakko Warner." Later, a cuckoo bird learns the trials and tribulations of love...
The Brain's plan to take over the world by becoming the sole heir to the Rockefeller fortune goes awry in "Pitter Patter of Little Feet." Then, Buttons chases after "Mindy in Wonderland" in this parody of "Alice in Wonderland."