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|Tiny Toon Adventures|
|Season 1, Episode 64|
|The Title Card|
|Air date||February 26, 1991|
|Written by||Paul Dini, Sherri Stoner, Tom Reugger|
|Directed by||Kent Butterworth, Art Leonardi, Ken Boyer|
|Gag credit||This is episode number 65 - Just in case you're counting|
|End tag||Dizzy: "Show over!"|
No Toon is an Island
K-Acme TV is the 64th episode of Tiny Toon Adventures. It was written by Paul Dini, Sherri Stoner, and Tom Reugger, and directed by Kent Butterworth, Art Leonardi, and Ken Boyer.
Tinkerbunny's Wonderful World of Make Believe and Learning Fun
Babs as Tinkerbunny is the host of a children's TV show which seems to be a combination of Mister Roger's Neighborhood and Pee-wee's Playhouse, with Plucky as Dr. Genius, as they try to teach viewers about rain.
Plucky's Unlucky Worms Commercial
A parody of Jeopardy with Buster Bunny as the host. The competitors are Elmyra Duff (Who fails to give any question that doesn't involve bunnies), Dizzy Devil (Who eats his podium), and Calamity Coyote (Who knows all the questions to the answers, but his buzzer refuses to work).
I Love Dizzy
A parody of I Love Lucy, where Dizzy Devil gets a job at a cake factory. When production speeds up, he eats all the cakes and gets fired.
Calvin Acme's Depression Commercial
Fifi stars in this perfume commercial, with her smell driving everyone (including the perfume bottle) away from her.
Super Pluckyo Bros. Commercial
Plucky stars in this commercial for a parody of the hit Nintendo game, Super Mario Bros.
Honey, I Shrunk the Clothes Trailer
A trailer for a parody of the 1989 Disney movie, "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids". Hamton and Gogo get a job at the Acme Laundromat and accidentally shrink the clothes, including Fifi's dress.
Calamity Coyote unsuccessfully sues the Acme Corportation for negligence and faulty workmanship.
The Blunder Years
Elmyra discovers porcupines. When she finds a porcupine, she tries to hug it, but it is very sharp and its pain sends her up into space. The porcupine (who has now lost all his quills) snickers a la Muttley.
Ralph is laying on a couch and says "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful." and then gets hit with a cream pie.
Wackyland Travel Log
An anthropomorphic log visits Wackyland. He drives a speeding propellored vehicle, and heads towards a drawbridge, being drawn by an anthropomorphic pencil. He falls off the unfinished bridge and Gogo puts him on trial. He finds the log guilty and sentences him to hard time in the wacky catacome. Later, Gogo wants to know who the letters Y and U are.
The Search for Bigbutt
Buster and Plucky are on the search for the legendary Bigbutt. They interview an old prospector who resembles Yosemite Sam. The prospector tells them that he saw Bigbutt when he was looking for gold as a kid in 1909. Elmyra finds Bigbutt, but he is one of the few animals she doesn't think is cute and cuddly.
Some random guy says "Good evening, I'm Fred Dopple and this is Fright Line" He then removes his face, reveals a monster face, and then puts his original face back on as he says "Scary, isn't it?"
Attack of the 50 Foot Girl
Elmyra is 50 feet tall and scares the citizens of Acme Acres away. She hugs the buildings, but just as she is hugging them, Buster and Babs interrupt the movie to advertise the Acme Home Cartoon Kit.
The Acme Home Cartoon Kit Commercial
Buster and Babs interrupt Attack of The 50 Foot Girl, advertising the Acme Home Cartoon Kit to anyone who wants to star their own syndicated cartoon series.
|Charlie Adler||Buster Bunny, Cake Factory Manager, Additional Voices|
|Tress MacNeille||Babs Bunny, Additional Voices|
|Cree Summer||Elmyra Duff|
|Joe Alaskey||Plucky Duck, Steven Spielberg, Bobbo Acme, Additional Voices|
|Frank Welker||Gogo Dodo, Ralph the Guard, Announcer, Travel Log, Fred Doppel, Additional Voices|
|Maurice LaMarche||Dizzy Devil, Additional Voices|
|Gail Matthius||Shirley the Loon, Additional Voices|
|Kath Soucie||Fifi La Fume, Additional Voices|
|Candi Milo||Sweetie Bird, Additional Voices|
|Don Messick||Hamton J. Pig, Announcer, Older Hamton, Porcupine, Additional Voices|
|Jeff Bergman||Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, Prospector, Additional Voices|
- Buster: "Hiya, toonsters. If you're like us, you look at all the junk that's on TV now and think, 'I can come up with better ideas than that!'"
- Babs: "In fact, you're probably saying it now."
- Buster: "Quiet!"
- Plucky: "It's more than a game... It's an obsession!"
- Elmer: "Foul!"
- Plucky: "Excuse me, sir. That's the pig. I'm the fowl."
- Hamton: "That summer, I learned a lot. I learned that my head was a magnet for baseballs."
- Gogo Dodo: "Hey, who are you?"
- Y: "Y."
- Gogo: "Because I want to know. That's why."
- U: "No, that's Y."
- Gogo: "Who are you?"
- U: "I'm U. Who are you?"
- Gogo: "Why?"
- U: "You mean him?"
- Gogo: "Who do you think you are?"
- R: "You r-r-r-rang?"
Honey I Shrunk the Clothes:
WARNER BROS. and AMBILIN ANIMATION CO-VENTURES in association with LOTS O' CASH PARTNERS IV present a TOM RUEGGER PRODUCTION of a KEN BOYER ART LEONARDI AND KENT BUTTERWORTH film - HAMTON J. PIG GOGO DODO in "HONEY I SHRUNK THE CLOTHES" Starring BUSTER BUNNY BABS BUNNY (No relation) MONTANA MAX PLUCKY DUCK CESAR ROMARO THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA LITTLE BEEPER CALAMITY COYOTE and Introducing EDDIE FITZGERALD as "MOOKIE"
APPEARANCE BY FIFI LA FUME as THE IRATE CUSTOMER Executive Producer G. WHO Written by THE USUAL GUYS Drawn by KEXX BYRON BARRY DEMELO AND THE REST OF THE GANG AT THE TINY TOONS CARTOONY FACTORY. Model colors figures out at great expense by BUNNY MUNNS Backgrounds by KARTHERINE and BRIAN Music by ONE OF BRUCE'S GUYS Based on the book "Crime and Punishment" by FEODOR DOSTOEVSKY Harried assistant to the harried producer DEBRA BLANCHARD AND KENNETH ROSS
Monitor PAUL STRICKLAND DOESN'T IT HURT YOUR EYES TO READ PRINT THIS TINY? Live Action Reference by SHERRI STONER Mildly disgusted with the whole thing TOM MINTON person with nothing better to do than to write this PAUL DINI THIS LINE IS FOR PEOPLE WHO HIT FREEZE FRAME AND LOOK FOR SUSPECT MESSAGES Art Direction VINCENT VAN GOGH EDITED BY CUISINART MOST OF THE PEOPLE LISTED HERE HAD NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO WITH THE MAKING OF THIS MOVIE THEY JUST LIKE SEEING THEIR NAMES
WHIZ BY AT ONE-TENTH OF A SECOND Hamton J. Pig appears courtesy of OSCAR MEYER INC. Gogo Dodo's hair by VEG-O-MATIC ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING AVAILABLE ON ELEVATOR P.A. SYSTEMS BE SURE AND BUY EVERY PRODUCT CONNECTED WITH THIS MOVIE OR YOU'RE IN BIG TROUBLE JACK WE'RE NOT KIDDING WE KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE Directed by KEN BOYER ART LEONARDI KENT BUTTERWORTH KENNEDY CARTOONS DON'T WASTE YOUR SEVEN BUCKS ON THIS HOUND SEE GRIM-LOONS 2 INSTEAD HI MOM
- The game show, Gyp-Parody would later be used on Animaniacs in the Pinky and the Brain cartoon, Win Big, where Brain competed on the game show to try to win enough money to buy the parts for an invention that will take over the world.
- In the sketch, Wackyland Travel Log, Gogo's full name is revealed as Gogo Wackston the Dodo.
- The end credits' gag credit is somewhat inaccurate. K-Acme TV was meant to be the season finale for Season 1, but High Toon was held up during production, making it the season finale instead.
- In the box Babs dumps out for the Acme Home Cartoon kit, the writers are all caricatures of the various writing staff for the show.
- In The Blunder Years segment, Sylvester is mistakenly given Furrball's color scheme.
- To read the transcript of this episode, click here.
- Main article: K-Acme TV/Gallery