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Buster then tells the viewers to never ever call a girl chubby.
Besides the 98 episodes, it also aired two specials: "Tiny Toon Spring Break" and "Tiny Toons' Night Ghoulery." A direct-to-video release, the two-hour Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation also aired in four parts as part of the show's episode package. Taking inspiration from Bugs Bunny, an animator attempts to create rabbit characters, Buster and Babs Bunny, but discards the sketches.
Bugs, Buster and Babs then create the show's setting of Acme Acres and find characters to inhabit it.
Babs: "Um" (Buster then covered the phone and tells the boy viewers the important thing about the asking out) Buster: "Now, here's where you really sweat guys, will she accept" (Babs also covered the phone and tells the girl viewers the important thing about being asked out) Babs: "And girls rule #4; be careful! " (Buster hears what Babs called him in his room) Buster: "Dweeb!?
" (Babs then whistled for the next scene) Babs: "New Background please." (We then skipped to a new scene where Buster and Babs are in a office where Buster is still angry at Babs for calling him a Dweeb and Babs dress like a doctor with her hair in a strange style) Buster: "What, What do you mean Dweeb?! " Babs: (German Accent) "To see if you compatible date, It is necessary to perform a little psychological evaluation, Hahahha!
Wraparounds: Buster and Babs spin a special wheel to determine the characters that star in each segment.