The script for the show was largely written by three young girls in 8th grade (Renee Carter, Sarah Creef, and Amy Crosby). They submitted their script to Amblin Entertainment, and their script was then turned into the show's episode. Caricatures of the three girls appear in the show, but their actual voices are not used.
A thief comes along and steals all of Buster and Babs's money, yet Buster still somehow had Bugs Bunny's credit card after the fact. And unlike the luggage (which Dizzy ate), this loop hole isn't actually mentioned by Babs and Buster.
(Hamton is a roasted pig on a platter, with an apple in his mouth)
Hamton: (spits apple out of his mouth) Ptooey! Expect a call from my agent!
(Buster and Babs are trying to get past Ralph the studio guard.)
Buster: This guy must've never seen a cartoon in his life!
Babs: Either that, or he has a pathological hatred for rabbits.
(A limousine drives by, knocking the bunnies aside, and comes to a stop. Ralph stands by a window that opens to reveal a view of Jessica Rabbit's leg.)
Ralph: Dah, morning, Roger.
Roger Rabbit: Yes, p-p-pleasant, isn't it?
(After the science professor gets through explaining how a Q-Tip works)
Buster: Well, what is WITH this story? It's like thirteen-year-olds wrote it!
Babs: Thirteen-year-olds DID write it.
Buster: Oh, yeah. That explains it.
Babs: This show has a plot hole big enough to drive through a mack truck!
This is the only episode of any of Warner Bros. Animation's productions with Amblin Entertainment where Steven Spielberg voices himself.
There is a fan theory that Buster's parents were killed in a plane crash. Perhaps that's the reason for Buster's fear of flying?
Barky Marky had a cameo in ths episode.
Hidden credit: Please Mail Your Unsolicited Manuscripts Along With A Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope To / Some Other Show!