Bonkers (1993–1994)

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Bonkers, an out of work cartoon, joins the Hollywood PD and helps his partners (first a doughnut munching stressbomb, then a beautiful blonde) catch cartoon criminals.

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 Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat / ... (64 episodes, 1993-1994)
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 Police Chief Leonard Kanifky / ... (37 episodes, 1993-1994)
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 Fall-Apart Rabbit / ... (32 episodes, 1993-1994)
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Once upon a time in Toon Town there was a cat who had it all. Fortune and fame, top of his game. Up until he hit the wall. Now he's down and out in Toon Town as a Comic Cop who solve crimes with hilarious results. With the help of his partners - Lucky Piquel (his first partner) and Miranda Wright (his second partner). Written by Coyote79529 <rogueknights2001@hotmail.com>

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The show premiered on the Disney Channel with Miranda as Bonker's partner and the supporting cast of Jitters, Fawn Deer, Grumbles and the Sergeant. When the show was moved to network, however, Bonkers' partner was Lucky Piquel, the character design and overall "look" of the show had become much darker and the supporting cast was Fallapart Rabbit, Toots the Horn and Chief Kanifky. Miranda makes a brief appearance behind a desk in one of these episodes and a reference is made to Bonkers having a blonde woman as a partner in another. Finally, after several episodes ran, Lucky left, Miranda became Bonkers' partner and they began running the Disney Channel episodes. See more »

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Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat: I'm really sorry, Lucky. I kinda forgot that toon parachutes only open on impact.
Detective Lucky Piquel: Forget it, Bonkers. It was fortunate I landed in that field of haystacks.
Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat: Yeah, too bad you didn't land *on* one, though. Ouchie, huh?
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This show makes "Beavis and Butthead" seem educational
14 February 2000 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I watched an episode of this show when it was brand new. I thought it was pretty stupid. I can't understand why some children (and possibly some adults) actually like it. What is Bonkers supposed to be anyway? So here's a note to all you parents out there: Don't let your children watch this show. It will just rot their brains. I recommend that they watch a show like "Ducktales" or "Goof Troop."


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