At last, we get to see Elmyra's family in this episode. Elmyra's dad created a formula that will put a rival oil company out of business and the boss sends two henchmen to steal his formula. Elmyra thinks that she's going to have her own show and unknowingly gets kidnapped by the henchman, who will use her to get to her father's formula. Her brother knows what's going on and tries to tell the family what happened, but no one believes him. Meanwhile, at the factory where Elmyra is being held, Elmyra is giving the henchmen all sorts of hell when she thinks that she is hosting a show. They crack up and turn themselves in to the police. And Elmyra gets her chance to be on TV- in the news anyway.moreless
This light-hearted spoof of the classic movie Sunset Boulevard focuses on Montana Max, who is a screenwriter thief who comes across a washed-up star named Elmyra Desmond. Elmyra wants him to submit a script to Cooper DeVille of her comeback cartoon, but Plucky wants to get a hold of it, too.moreless
Plucky Duck stars as Pluck Hyerdahl and Hamton Pig stars as his sidekick Koom-Bye-Yah in a saga in whick Plucky tries to find the way of his 1970's prehistoric ancestry. There's also a behind-the-scenes look hosted by Buster Bunny on the making of this story.
My Dinner with Elmyra: Max has to take Elmyra out on a date and everyone rags on him about the whole affair. Max spends the whole time trying to avoid Elmyra, but she gives him a steamy kiss that he will never forget! Max concludes, "I think I'm in love!"
The Amazing Three: Babs, Shirley and Fifi are tired of the immature life that they lead and they sneak into a teenage party at Perfecto Prep to prove that they are sexy, sophisticated mamas.moreless
Stand-Up and Deliver: Babs is practicing for a comedy talent show that she has entered. While there, a young comedian named Red Robin steals the show and Babs freezes on stage. Red helps her out at the end.
The Potty Years: We are introduced to little Baby Plucky as he faced his ultimate challenge: Using the potty! he is characterized by repeatedly saying "Water do down the hole!"
Lame Joke: Buster tries to tell the gang a joke and it dies right in the middle of him telling it.moreless
Once Upon a Star: Elmyra wishes that her Barbette doll would come to life. Elmyra soon regrets it when the doll starts acting spoiled and simple-minded.
A Cub for Grub: Furrball chases after Sneezer, even if he has to join the Cub Scouts to do it.
The Year Book Star: Babs and Plucky fight over who's gonna be in the yearbook the most times. It seems that there is a little boy in an orange cap roaming around the school getting in every picture. The boy ends up winning and uncovers himself as Buster!moreless
Happy Birthday, Hamton: Buster, Babs, and Plucky go shopping for presents for Hamton's birthday. The presents they pick out are so good they decide to keep them for themselves and give Hamton their old toys. As Hamton receives his new (old) gifts, Buster, Plucky and Babs each have their own fond memories attached to the toys. They rush back to get the presents that they bought and trade with Hamton. Of course, after they leave and the party's over, Hamton lets us in on a little secret: "Just between you and me, it isn't really my birthday!"
Fit to Be Toyed: Montana Max keeps blowing up his toys and his father is fed up with it. So he gives all of Max's toys away and takes away his credit card! Whoa, bummer! Max then finds an old paddle ball and his conscience tells him to use his imagination. Max then learns that the real fun is not having a lot of toys, but the power of his imagination.
Strung Out Kitty: Furrball finds a little yellow string and makes it his toy.moreless
Why Dizzy Can't Read: Dizzy is asked to read a lesson in school and he gets mad because he can't do it. Buster and Babs finds out the reason to Dizzy's illiteracy: He watches a lot of TV. The bunnies get Dizzy to see that reading is good for him and it opens a lot of doors for him. This proves evident when Dizzy is reading to little children.
C.L.I.D.E. and Prejudice: This short is about the evils of prejudice and how to deal with it.
One Beer: Buster, Plucky and Hamton drink one beer and get in a lot of trouble to show kids why you should never drink to be cool.moreless
When You're Hot...: While Visiting the fire station, Pete Puma accidentally sets off a rocket in a demonstration and Acme Looniversity burns. It's up to the Tiny Toons to save their beloved school from becoming ashes.
That's Art Folks!: The next stop is the Museum of Fine Arts, and the teacher is going about describing the most important pieces of art, but Babs doesn't appreciate it until it hits her on the head. In an Oz-like hallucination, she dreams that she is in the World of Art where she is causing trouble for the greatest characters and artists of art history. Babs then tells them all about animation and the magic of squash and stretch. Then, after being chased by Whistler's mother, Babs wakes up to tell all of her friends about her dream, a la Dorothy in the final scene of The Wizard of Oz.
Slaughterhouse Jive: It's off to Montana Max's Jolly Meat factory where the Toons get a tour of the place. The trip starts to get dangerous when Hamton gets kidnapped by a pig inspecting machine. The Toons get him out and teach Max an unforgettable lesson about slaughtering animals.moreless
It's All Relative: Bab's grandmother comes to visit and wants Babs to do the funny thing that she used to do. Babs goes through a whole lot of impressions of popular people and cartoons until she says "I'm Falling and I can't get up", which is the funny thing that they had wanted the whole time.
Lifeguard Lunacy: Calamity Coyote gets a job as a lifeguard, but Arnold thinks that he's nothing but gives him a chance to prove himself. Of course, Elmyra messes up his chances at being a lifeguard. It isn't until Arnold falls into the pool and Calamity saves him.
The Kite: A bug makes friends with a colorful kite and has adventures with it.moreless