Tiny Toon Adventures

Season 1 Episode 38

Strange Tales of Weird Science

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Aired Sunday 5:00 AM Nov 14, 1990 on FOX
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It's sci-fi time when Buster and Babs present three science-fiction thrillers.

Scentimental Pig: A strange potion falls on Hamton which makes him smell good enough to eat, in a literal way. The whole neighborhood chases Hamton and even Plucky goes after him. But then the tables are turned when the potion falls on Plucky and everyone starts smelling him out...

Pit Bullied: Fed up with being chased by Furrball, Sweetie reprograms him to make him eat pit bulls! Sweetie might be out of the woods, but that doesn't mean Furrball is exactly out of Her Hair When He realizes what she has done and programs Arnold the pit bull into chasing Sweetie!

Duck in the Muck: Plucky's relaxing swim in his pond turns into a freakish nightmare when the animals (a two-headed frog) and his pond is polluted by Montana Max's Ice Cream Spoon Factory. Plucky then turns into The Toxic Revenger to wipe out Max's factory.

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    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Furrball/Calamity Coyote/Little Beeper/Go Go Dodo

    Recurring Role

    Maurice LaMarche

    Maurice LaMarche

    Dizzy Devil

    Recurring Role

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Fowlmouth/Arnold

    Recurring Role

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      • Credit Gag: Buster telling Babs to say good night, and Babs Says, "Good Night, Babs".

      • The people Sweetie saw while trying to make Furrball chase them has had a short history with him. Arnold: of course has bullied him a bit. Bookworm: The two of them and Hamton lost tennis to Montana Max. Fifi:Who fell for him when she thought he was a skunk

      • Allen Smithee is really spelled Alan Smithee (anagram: "The Alias Men"). There is no real director as Alan Smithee, but "he" is actually a pseudonym used by directors who did not like what their movie turned out to be. Backstage problems with the 1969 B-Western "Death of a Gunfighter" led to director Don Siegel being the first director to use the term "Alan Smithee". Ever since that movie, many directors who did not like how their movies turned out to be were credited as "Alan Smithee". However, in 1997, a movie that made fun of The Alias Men, "An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn", which, ironically, the director was credited as "Alan Smithee", came out. Despite the fact that the movie was a complete failure, the Director's Guild of America thought that "Alan Smithee" was too well-known because of the movie and they dropped the term, and the 2000 movie "Supernova", yet another bomb, became the first "post-Smithee" film, with the director being credited as "Thomas Lee" instead of "Alan Smithee".

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