Turtle Hurdle: Tyrone escapes from Elmyra's house and is on his way home to his pond.....if he can get across a newly-built freeway. Michigan J. Frog, making a cameo, tries to tease poor Tyrone. Tyrone tries his best to get across and makes it to his pond, only to be caught by Elmyra. But then Elmyra catches Michigan instead and takes him home (Praise the Lord!)
Drooley Davey: Elmyra is babysitting little baby Davey and giving him all sorts of hell. Especially when she tries to give him a hotter-than-Hades milk bottle!
Go Fetch: Barky Marky is having a good time with his ball...until Elmyra shows up. Barky Marky learns that fetch can be very dangerous to a dog, especially if Elmyra is throwing the ball. But he turns the tables on her at the end when he chases her with a tennis-ball machine.moreless
It's time to visit that magical guru Shirley the Loon. See what her crystal ball has in store for you, and for Plucky, Hamton and Calamity Coyote.
Piece of Mind: Calamity chases Little Beeper again and he ends up falling off a very tall building. As he falls to his doom, Wile E. Coyote appears to show him what his life was like before he comes "street pizza".
Class Cut-Up: Hamton's future displays an encounter with the famous singing frog from the classic Warner Bros. cartoon "One Froggy Evening". If you all recall, a man finds a frog that sings only around him and just sits there whenever he wants to show the frog to someone. Well, the same thing happens to Hamton.
Rear Window Pain: Plucky is in the hospital and Buster and Babs give him binoculars as a get-well present. This cartoon is reminiscent of the famous Alfred Hitchcock movie Rear Window as he thinks that Elmer is growing a patch of alien Elmers, when in reality he was growing eggplants.moreless
Tennis the Menace: Max is cheating at tennis matches, but Buster catches on and decides to teach him a lesson by masquerading as a Swedish tennis player named Bjorn Bunny.
Bleacher Bummer: As Dizzy and Furrball try to get into a baseball game and avoid Arnold the security guard,(Which took two tries.) they find out that Perfecto Prep is playing mean tricks on Acme Looniversity so they can win.
Miniature Goof: Roderick and Rubella own a miniature golf course and are not treating their players fairly. So Buster and Babs pose as the Vanderbunnies to take them on.moreless
Plucky and Hamton venture to Hollywood to meet famous director Cooper De Ville in the hopes that Plucky will submit his script "The Plucky Duck Story." Along the way, he gets conned into working in a restaurant and meets famous celebrities, while Hamton gets stuck with being a valet. When they finally get to Cooper De Ville's place, Plucky sumbits his script, only to have it rejected because he is doing "The Buster & Babs Story"!moreless
The Weird Couple: Just like The Odd Couple, complete with studio audience. Dizzy gets rained out of his cave, and ends up staying with Hamton as the sketch opens. The sketch begins with Hamton trying to find out ways to get rid of Dizzy, who is constantly making his life miserable. Things get to a head when Dizzy eats the bedroom light, and Hamton kicks him out in the rain. After loud bawling, Hamton lets Dizzy in and he takes Dizzy's cave to sleep in.
The Return of the Toxic Revenger: Plucky is out flying in the sky when he flies into a cloud of smog, which makes the birds cough. He finds out that the smoke is coming from Montana Max's donut hole factory and turns into his famous alter ego: THE TOXIC REVENGER! He then cleans up Max's act by turning over a big donot hole vat that swallows the entire factory and the entire scene!
Little Cake of Horrors: Hamton is going on a diet, but keeps getting tempted by a chocolate cake that controls his every move. Hamton tries to get rid of the cake, but in true cartoon-style, it keeps coming back to him. Then, all of a sudden, Hamton wakes up from the dream and calls up Dizzy to come over and eat the cake. Dizzy then states that he's been hungry since the first sketch and wants a BLT Sandwich. Hamton says that pork is bad for him, but Dizzy's not on a diet as he licks Hamton......moreless
Migrant Mallard: Plucky cannot get to sleep because migrating ducks are quacking up a storm. Then, he starts to get that feeling that he has to migrate, too. He joins the flock of non-talking ducks and flies along with them. Plucky likes it at first, but then he decides to modernize the migrant ducks by taking them out of a restaurant and to the playground. When all the plans fail, Plucky decides to go back to civilization. At the end, the ducks inherited one thing from Plucky: they all have Walkmans while flying.
It's a Jungle Out There: Concord Condor wants more adventure and excitement in his life than being locked in the zoo. While the zookeeper, Arnold, is watching TV, Concord sneaks out and heads to the "wide open spaces". Then Arnold comes after him, and gets beaten up by a bear. Then Concord decides to go back to the zoo.
Kitty Cat-Astrophe: Furrball thinks of himself as a prehistoric cat as he envisions the prehistoric times in Hamton's kitchen. Of course, his overactive imagination causes Hamton to go crazy and starts chasing after Furrball.moreless
In this Episode, this tells the History, Fall, then Rise and Fall again of Montana Max.
Buster presents three adventures on how the 90's is where it's at. Whining Out: Hamton invites Plucky, Buster and Babs to a restaurant called Attitudes (Not Weenie Burger) and it didn't take long for Hamton to realize His mistake. Paper Trained: Paperboy Buster tries to get Montana Max to pay for the 5-Year overdue subscription. Butt Out: Babs tries to make Roderick and Rhubella Rat see the drawbacks of smoking. (And I don't want to say anymore! Please!)moreless