The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show - Season 2

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  • Episode 234
    Episode 234
    Episode 34
    4/30/88
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    Half-Fare Hare: Bugs Bunny boards a train, but ends up getting chased by two other hungry passengers. Stupor Duck: Daffy gains super powers and becomes Stupor Duck. However he does more bad than good with his new found powers. Big House Bunny: Bugs Bunny hides from the hunters chasing him inside a prison, where warden Sam Schultz believes he is a prisoner and gives him a hard time. The Jet Cage: Granny buys Tweety a new bird cage, which also is able to fly. Sylvester tries again to catch Tweety but fails each time.moreless
  • Episode 233
    Episode 233
    Episode 33
    4/23/88
    0.0
    Wet Hare: Bugs Bunny tries to stop Blacque Jacque Shellacque from building an illegal dam. Golden Yeggs: Gangsters Rocky and Mugsy kidnap Daffy believing he can lay golden eggs. A Sheep in the Deep: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf. Birds Anonymous: Sylvester joins a of cats who have banded together to overcome their addictions to birds.moreless
  • Episode 232
    Episode 232
    Episode 32
    4/16/88
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    Knighty Knight Bugs: After joking about someone having to be a fool to go after King Arthur's Singing Sword, Bugs is sent out to retrieve it himself from Black Knight Sam (Yosemite Sam). Duck Amuck: Daffy undergoes several changes in appearance, all thanks to an unseen artist. For Scent-imental Reasons: When Pepe le Pew the skunk unknowingly takes control over a French perfume store, the store owner sends his female cat inside the store to get the skunk out. After a mishap with some white hair dye, the cat now resembles a slunk, and Pepe falls in love with her. Tweet Dreams: Starring Sylvester and Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 231
    Episode 231
    Episode 31
    4/9/88
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    From Hare to Heir: Sam, the Duke of Yosemite, looses all his money thanks to his temper. Bugs Bunny arrives and makes him an offer: if he won't lose his temper while he stays at his castle, he will receive one million pounds, but every time he gets mad he will loose part of the money. Fast Buck Duck: Starring Daffy Duck Bugs Bonnets: When Bugs and Elmer get hats dropped on their heads, they begin to take on the various personalities that the hats are associated with. Red Riding Hoodwinked: In a parody of the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood, Tweety ends up being chased by both Sylvester and a wolf.moreless
  • Episode 230
    Episode 230
    Episode 30
    4/2/88
    0.0
    Bedevilled Rabbit: Taz the Tasmanian Devil tries to catch Bugs Bunny. Suppressed Duck: Daffy Duck goes bear hunting. Double or Mutton: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf. Trick or Tweet: Sylvester confronts another cat named Sam when they both plan to eat Tweety.
  • Episode 229
    Episode 229
    Episode 29
    3/26/88
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    Bill of Hare: Taz the Tasmanian Devil tries to catch Bugs Bunny. Fish and Slips: Starring Sylvester and Sylvester Jr. Mother Was a Rooster: Foghorn Leghorn is tricked into believing an ostrich is his baby. Tugboat Granny: Sylvester tries to catch Tweety, who is aboard a tugboat.
  • Episode 228
    Episode 228
    Episode 28
    3/19/88
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    Dr. Devil and Mr. Hare: Taz the Tasmanian Devil chases Bugs. Claws in the Lease: Sylvester Jr. is adopted by a lady, and thus given a home. Sylvester wants to take advantage of this as well, and tries to enter the house but keeps getting thrown out. Mouse-Taken Identity: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo. Tweet, Tweet, Tweety: Sylvester chases Tweety around Yosemite National Park.moreless
  • Episode 227
    Episode 227
    Episode 27
    3/12/88
    0.0
    Duck! Rabbit, Duck!: When duck hunting season opens, Daffy Duck tricks Elmer Fudd into hunting Bugs Bunny, who in turn outwits Elmer at every turn. A Scent of the Matterhorn: Starring Pepe le Pew. War and Pieces: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner A Street Cat Named Sylvester: Featuring Sylvester and Tweetymoreless
  • Episode 226
    Episode 226
    Episode 26
    3/5/88
    0.0
    Spaced Out Bunny: Marvin the Martian captures Bugs and offers him to Hugo, the Abominable Snowman as a playmate. Bonanza Bunny: Bugs Bunny tries to protect the gold nuggets he found from a bandit named Blacque Jacque Shellacque. Going! Going! Gosh!: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Hawaiian Aye Aye: On a reclusive Hawaiian Island, Sylvester continues trying to capture Tweety while also dealing with Tweety's guard shark.moreless
  • Episode 225
    Episode 225
    Episode 25
    2/27/88
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    What's Up Doc?: Bugs becomes a traveling vaudeville star, with Elmer as his manager. Big House Bunny: Bugs Bunny hides from the hunters chasing him inside a prison, where warden Sam Schultz believes he is a prisoner and gives him a hard time. Zoom at the Top: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner The Jet Cage: Granny buys Tweety a new bird cage, which also is able to fly. Sylvester tries again to catch Tweety but fails each time.moreless
  • Episode 224
    Episode 224
    Episode 24
    2/20/88
    0.0
    Piker's Peak: Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam compete to see who can climb a mountain first. No Parking Hare: A construction worker tries to force Bugs Bunny to move out of his hole, in order to finish construction on a new freeway. Whoa, Be-Gone!: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Dog Pounded: Sylvester tries to infiltrate the city dog pound where Tweety is hiding.moreless
  • Episode 223
    Episode 223
    Episode 23
    2/13/88
    0.0
    Mississippi Hare: Bugs Bunny ends up on a riverboat going down the Mississippi River where he confronts Colonel Shuffle. For Scent-imental Reasons: When Pepe le Pew the skunk unknowingly takes control over a French perfume store, the store owner sends his female cat inside the store to get the skunk out. After a mishap with some white hair dye, the cat now resembles a slunk, and Pepe falls in love with her. Hopalong Casualty: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Fowl Weather: When Granny leaves the house, she leaves Hector the bulldog to protect Tweety, knowing Sylvester will try to eat him again.moreless
  • Episode 222
    Episode 222
    Episode 22
    2/6/88
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    Mad as a Mars Hare: Bugs Bunny arrives on Mars where he confronts Marvin the Martian. A Sheep in the Deep: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf. Ready, Set, Zoom!: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Canary Row: Sylvester tries to catch Tweety.
  • Episode 221
    Episode 221
    Episode 21
    1/30/88
    0.0
    Long-Haired Hare: After an angry opera singer destroys all of his musical instruments, Bugs Bunny plans on getting his revenge by taking the place of the opera singer's conductor during his performance at the Hollywood Bowl. D' Fightin' Ones: Sylvester and a bulldog escape from the city pound, but they are still shackled to each other. Lickety-Splat!: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Tweety's S.O.S.: Sylvester tries to get aboard a cruise ship to eat Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 220
    Episode 220
    Episode 20
    1/23/88
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    Shishkabugs: Yosemite Sam has to catch Bugs Bunny in order to cook hassenpfeffer for the king. High Diving Hare: Yosemite Sam forces Bugs Bunny to take part in a dangerous high-diving act during a vaudeville show. Zip N' Snort: Starring Wile E. Coyote and Road-Runner Catty Cornered: Tweety has been kidnapped by two gangsters, Rocky and Mugsy. Sylvester tries to rescue him, but only so that he can finally eat him.moreless
  • Episode 219
    Episode 219
    Episode 19
    1/16/88
    0.0
    Mutiny On the Bunny: Pirate captain Shanghai Sam tricks Bugs Bunny into joining his crew. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny: Bugs Bunny remembers his childhood, showing us how even when he was a kid, a young Elmer Fudd tried to hunt him. Too Hop to Handle: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo. Ain't She Tweet: Sylvester tries to enter Granny's house to catch Tweety, but Granny's yard is filled with bulldogs.moreless
  • Episode 218
    Episode 218
    Episode 18
    1/9/88
    0.0
    The Abominable Snow Rabbit: After tunneling to Nepal, Bugs and Daffy meet Hugo, the Abominable Snowman, who treats them as pets that he wants to name George. Dog Gone People: Elmer Fudd has to take care of his boss' dog, Rupert, who believes he is a human. Hare-Less Wolf: A wolf is ordered by his wife to hunt them some supper for the night. The rather forgetful wolf stumbles upon Bugs Bunny, who proceeds to give him the usual and outsmart him. The Last Hungry Cat: Sylvester starts having nightmares after he believes he finally ate Tweety. Hyde and Go Tweet: While hunting Tweety once again, Sylvester forces him to hide in Dr. Jekyll's formula, which turns him into a monster. However, when Tweety reverts back to normal size, Sylvester resumes the chase, but must run from Tweety each time he transforms again.moreless
  • Episode 217
    Episode 217
    Episode 17
    1/2/88
    0.0
    Bedevilled Rabbit: Taz the Tasmanian Devil tries to catch Bugs Bunny. Mouse-Taken Identity: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo. Bugs Bonnets: When Bugs and Elmer get hats dropped on their heads, they begin to take on the various personalities that the hats are associated with. Muzzle Tough: Sylvester disguises himself as moving men and as a female dog in his schemes to gain access to the bulldog- guarded, new home of Tweety and Granny.moreless
  • Episode 216
    Episode 216
    Episode 16
    12/26/87
    0.0
    Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol: On Christmas Eve, Bugs Bunny tries to persuade the greedy Yosemite Sam to change his ways. Gift Wrapped: On Christmas morning, Sylvester finds Tweety gift wrapped under the tree. Even though he is meant as a present to Granny, Sylvester decides to keep him for himself. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Bunny: Bugs Bunny remembers his childhood, showing us how even when he was a kid, a young Elmer Fudd tried to hunt him.moreless
  • Episode 215
    Episode 215
    Episode 15
    12/19/87
    0.0
    Dumb Patrol: During World War I, Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam confront each other in an airplane fight. Touche and Go: Pepe le Pew falls in love with a reluctant black cat that accidentally fell into white paint and now resembles a skunk. The Million-Hare: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck compete in a TV game show called "Beat Your Buddy". Hawaiian Aye Aye: On a reclusive Hawaiian Island, Sylvester continues trying to capture Tweety while also dealing with Tweety's guard shark.moreless
  • Episode 214
    Episode 214
    Episode 14
    12/12/87
    0.0
    Beanstalk Bunny: A parody of the classic Jack and the Beanstalk fairy-tale. Both Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck climb to the top of the beanstalk looking for treasure, only to be captured by a giant resembling Elmer Fudd. The Slap-Hoppy Mouse: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo. Bonanza Bunny: Bugs Bunny tries to protect the gold nuggets he found from a bandit named Blacque Jacque Shellacque. Tree Cornered Tweety: Tweety narrates this episode imitating the famous crime show Dragnet, explaining how he spends an usual day being chased by Sylvester.moreless
  • Episode 213
    Episode 213
    Episode 13
    12/5/87
    0.0
    Apes of Wrath: A drunken stork accidentally delivers Bugs Bunny to a family of gorillas. While the mother gorilla is pleased, the father gorilla gives Bugs a hard time. A Mutt in a Rut: Starring Elmer Fudd. A Sheep in the Deep: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf. Home Tweet Home: Sylvester chases Tweety into a park, where he finds it harder to catch the bird than ever.moreless
  • Episode 212
    Episode 212
    Episode 12
    11/28/87
    0.0
    Knighty Knight Bugs: After joking about someone having to be a fool to go after King Arthur's Singing Sword, Bugs is sent out to retrieve it himself from Black Knight Sam (Yosemite Sam). Mouse Wreckers: Two mice named Hubie and Bertie start playing tricks on Claude Cat, trying to make him think he is insane and drive him out of the house, so they can live there instead. Mouse-Taken Identity: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo. The Jet Cage: Granny buys Tweety a new bird cage, which also is able to fly. Sylvester tries again to catch Tweety but fails each time.moreless
  • Episode 211
    Episode 211
    Episode 11
    11/21/87
    0.0
    Wet Hare: Bugs Bunny tries to stop Blacque Jacque Shellacque from building an illegal dam. High Diving Hare: Yosemite Sam forces Bugs Bunny to take part in a dangerous high-diving act during a vaudeville show. Double or Mutton: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf. Tweety and the Beanstalk: Sylvester climbs to the top of the beanstalk where he discovers a giant Tweety, but also a giant dog.moreless
  • Episode 210
    Episode 210
    Episode 10
    11/14/87
    0.0
    Wideo Wabbit: Bugs Bunny ends up being chased by Elmer Fudd on a television set, interrupting various television shows filmed there. For Scent-imental Reasons: When Pepe le Pew the skunk unknowingly takes control over a French perfume store, the store owner sends his female cat inside the store to get the skunk out. After a mishap with some white hair dye, the cat now resembles a slunk, and Pepe falls in love with her. Freudy Cat: Sylvester visits a psychiatrist after having too many encounters with the baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper, whom he believes is really a giant mouse. A Street Cat Named Sylvester: Featuring Sylvester and Tweetymoreless
  • Episode 209
    Episode 209
    Episode 9
    11/7/87
    0.0
    Robot Rabbit: Trying to protect his carrot farm, Elmer Fudd builds a robot rabbit hunter. A Fractured Leghorn: Foghorn Leghorn and a black cat confront each other while trying to catch a worm. Big House Bunny: Bugs Bunny hides from the hunters chasing him inside a prison, where warden Sam Schultz believes he is a prisoner and gives him a hard time. The Last Hungry Cat: Sylvester starts having nightmares after he believes he finally ate Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 208
    Episode 208
    Episode 8
    10/31/87
    0.0
    Devil's Feud Cake: After Yosemite Sam falls to his death, he arrives in Hell. There Satan makes a deal with him: he'll give him back his life, if he can catch Bugs Bunny for him. Corn on the Cop: Policemen Daffy Duck and Porky Pig try to capture a bank robber who has disguised himself as a little old lady. Bad Ol' Putty Tat: Sylvester chases Tweety onto a badminton court, where one of the players confuses Tweety for a badminton birdy. Satan's Waitin': Sylvester looses all of his nine lives while chasing Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 207
    Episode 207
    Episode 7
    10/24/87
    0.0
    Prince Varmint: Bugs Bunny protects a castle from the attacks of Sam the Terrible Viking. Hoppy Go Lucky: Sylvester and another cat named Benny (who insists on calling Sylvester "George") try to catch a baby kangaroo, thinking it is a giant mouse. The Abominable Snow Rabbit: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck travel to the Himalayan mountains where they encounter an abominable snowman, who only wants a pet rabbit. A Pizza Tweety Pie: Sylvester chases Tweety throughout Italy.moreless
  • Episode 206
    Episode 206
    Episode 6
    10/17/87
    0.0
    The Fair-Haired Hare: Yosemite Sam must learn to live together with Bugs Bunny in the same house, after he accidentally builds his cabin on top of Bugs' rabbit hole. Weasel While You Work: A weasel tries to steal Foghorn Leghorn from his farm. No Parking Hare: A construction worker tries to force Bugs Bunny to move out of his hole, in order to finish construction on a new freeway. Tree Cornered Tweety: Tweety narrates this episode imitating the famous crime show Dragnet, explaining how he spends an usual day being chased by Sylvester.moreless
  • Episode 205
    Episode 205
    Episode 5
    10/10/87
    0.0
    Hare Trimmed: When Yosemite Sam learns that a local widow has inherited a fortune, he decides to court her, and after marrying her to run away with her money. Bugs Bunny overhears his plan, and tries to stop him, by pretending to be another suitor for the old lady. Hoppy Daze: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper the baby kangaroo. Pre-Hysterical Hare: While hiding from Elmer Fudd inside a cave, Bugs Bunny finds a reel of film depicting a stone-age hunter (named Elmer Fuddstone) chasing a saber-toothed rabbit. A Bird in a Bonnet: Tweety finds protection from Sylvester by sitting on top of Granny's new hat.moreless
  • Episode 204
    Episode 204
    Episode 4
    10/3/87
    0.0
    This is a Life?: Bugs Bunny is the guest of honor at a televised show where all his enemies have gathered. Hare-Abian Nights: Bugs Bunny ends up in an Arabian palace, where he has to tell good stories to the sultan, or be fed to the crocodiles. Person to Bunny: When Bugs Bunny is chosen to be interviewed on television, Daffy Duck interferes, ruining the show. Trip For Tat: Granny and Tweety travel around the world, not knowing Sylvester is following them trying to eat Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 203
    Episode 203
    Episode 3
    9/26/87
    0.0
    Shiskabugs: Yosemite Sam has to catch Bugs Bunny in order to cook hassenpfeffer for the king. Mother Was a Rooster: Foghorn Leghorn is tricked into believing an ostrich is his baby. A Bird in a Guilty Cage: Sylvester chases Tweety inside a department store. Don't Give Up the Sheep: Sam Sheepdog tries to protect his flock of sheep from Ralph Wolf.moreless
  • Episode 202
    Episode 202
    Episode 2
    9/19/87
    0.0
    Duck! Rabbit, Duck!: When duck hunting season opens, Daffy Duck tricks Elmer Fudd into hunting Bugs Bunny, who in turn outwits Elmer at every turn. Hillbilly Hare: While on his vacation in the Ozarks, Bugs Bunny ends up getting chased by two hillbillies. The Million-Hare: Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck compete in a TV game show called "Beat Your Buddy". Tweet and Lovely: Starring Sylvester and Tweety.moreless
  • Episode 201
    Episode 201
    Episode 1
    9/12/87
    0.0
    Beanstalk Bunny: A parody of the classic Jack and the Beanstalk fairy-tale. Both Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck climb to the top of the beanstalk looking for treasure, only to be captured by a giant resembling Elmer Fudd. Big House Bunny: Bugs Bunny hides from the hunters chasing him inside a prison, where warden Sam Schultz believes he is a prisoner and gives him a hard time. Hoppy Daze: Starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper the baby kangaroo. A Bird in a Bonnet: Tweety finds protection from Sylvester by sitting on top of Granny's new hat.moreless
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