Buster Bunny: Excuse my ill-informed ignorance, but - who are you?
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: I represent the Adult Coalition Against Funny Cartoons.
[hands them her card]
Buster Bunny: [trying to read it] 'Acafca?' 'Acaf-see?'
Babs Bunny: No, it's 'As-af-a-cee,' 'Ack-a-sif-acee... '
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: My research shows Tiny Toon Adventures is nothing but a lot of silliness and nonsense.
Babs Bunny: No kidding.
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: Cartoons are misleading! They distort reality.
Buster Bunny: Yeah, so?
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: Ducks being torn into little pieces is an illustration of anti-social behavior!
Babs Bunny: It's only a gag!
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: It is not responsible viewing material, and must stop!
Plucky Duck: That's the first sensible thing I heard all day.
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: [giving him her card] We should talk.
Plucky Duck: Hmm. 'Ac-afca.'
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: We stand at the threshold of a new era. No more silliness or cartoon violence! Instead - my Toon Logic Extractor! My intention is to use this magnificent creation to drain all the tooniness from Acme Acres, and reality shall rule!
Buster Bunny: Hey! What gives you the right?
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: I have rights - I went through the appropriate channels.
[shows a license plate on her rear]
Babs Bunny: 'License to Kill Comedy.' Great.
Dan Quayle: Babs, do that funny thing with your toes!
Buster Bunny: Danny, Danny- as Acme Acres goes, so goes the nation.
Dan Quayle: Come on, please Babs?
Babs Bunny: [unenthused] Don't I have the cutest toes?
Dan Quayle: A ha ha ha ha!
[in the Lincoln Memorial]
Babs Bunny: [reading] "It is for us to be dedicated to the great task remaining befor us. That this nation, under God, shall have new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from this earth." Beautiful isn't it?
Buster Bunny: Yeah. Too bad it doesn't apply to us. Face it Babs; we're a lost cause.
Mysterious Voice: Lost causes are the only causes worth fighting for.
Babs Bunny: Who said that?
Mysterious Voice: Stand tough in the face of adversity. Let right be done. Let truth be your guide and most of all: Never give up. Never, ever give up.
Buster Bunny: Come on Babs. We have our work cut out for us!
Babs Bunny: Thanks, Mr. Lincoln.
Babs Bunny: [the mysterious voice is revealed as Ronald Reagan in his pajamas talking to a teddy bear]
Ronald Reagan: Now ask me something hard, Teddy.
Nancy Reagan: Oh! There you are Ronny. Don't you know better than to wander out at this hour? Oh, what am I ever going to do with you?
Ronald Reagan: Say bye-bye Teddy.
Ted Kennedy: Bye-bye.
Buster Bunny: Members of congress! Free speech is on the block!
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: [being dragged out of a TV by Babs] Oh! Why- the very idea!
Babs Bunny: Don't let her ruin it for everyone.
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: Who are you going to believe? Me, or these silly corrupters of young minds?
Babs Bunny: Think of it, folks. If she gets her way, cartoon characters will never be able to do this again!
[pulls on the ACAFC Womans nose]
Buster Bunny: Or this!
[soaks her with a hose]
Babs Bunny: Certainly never ever this!
[whacks her with a mallet]
A.C.A.F.C Chairwoman: You toons are an insult to decent Americans!
Buster Bunny: Now it's personal.
[drops a 16 ton weight on her]
Babs Bunny: Well Mr. Know-it-all, got any more of those handy rules?
Buster Bunny: Just one: 'When all else fails, use gratuitous violence.'
Buster Bunny: Listen Danny boy, we want to meet the president.
Dan Quayle: Oh, me too! Do you know him?
Buster Bunny: Sure, in reality when people fall they scrape their skin. Or if a ton of bricks drops out of the sky they can get seriously hurt.
Babs Bunny: But hey, lighten up! We're talking about cartoons. It's okay to have a little fun and to laugh at life's falls and foibles.
Buster Bunny: Laughter is a cure for what ails you! And, it's a great laxative.
Dan Quayle: All in favor of banning cartoons from TV, say 'Aye.' All those opposed - LAUGH!
[the entire Congress breaks out laughing]