Roger Rabbit is an anthropomorphic rabbit who is the deuteragonist of the Gary Wolf novel, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? and its 1988 live-action/animated Disney/Spielberg movie adaptation, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. He made two appearances in the Tiny Toon Adventures episodes, New Character Day, and Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian.
New Character Day
Roger makes a cameo in the opening wraparound of the episode, New Character Day when he performs in front of Buster and Babs to be a new character on Tiny Toon Adventures, but he was rejected.
Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian
Roger makes his second cameo appearance in the episode, Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian. When he and his wife, Jessica Rabbit appeared at the Warner Bros. Studio and were greeted by Ralph the Guard. Roger pulled Ralph's tie and pushed him on the ground (even though we only see his arm when he did that).
- Three things were different about Roger then what he looked like in both cameos;
- In New Character Day, he is shown to have darker fur, wearing a yellow t-shirt and dark pants instead of the red overalls, and wearing pink gloves instead of yellow ones.
- In Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian, when we see his arm, his glove was light grey instead of yellow.
- In both cameos he is voiced by Steven Spielberg and Frank Welker.
- Besides Roger's two cameo appearances, numerous references to Roger Rabbit have been made on Tiny Toon Adventures;
- In the episode, The Looney Beginning, one of Babs' first impressions is Jessica Rabbit, Roger's wife. Later in the episode, as Buster and Babs escape from the garbage can, Buster says, "Roger, Rabbit!" and Babs says, "You've got the wrong bunny."
- The character of Drooley Davey from the Wide World of Elmyra episode segment of the same name closely resembles Roger's partner, Baby Herman, and even acts in a similar way, in which their characters act like an actual baby, but the actors really have a gruff voice.
- In the Looniversity Daze episode segment, The Learning Principal, after Buster finds out that The Great and Powerful Principal of Looniversity is really a machine controlled by Bugs Bunny, Bugs tells him, "Eh, you were expecting, maybe, Roger Rabbit?"
- The episode, Who Bopped Bugs Bunny? is a parody of the film.
- In the Pledge Week episode segment, It's All Relatives, one of Babs' impressions is Roger Rabbit.
- In Thirteensomething, Babs does an impression of Jessica Rabbit. Buster and Plucky later do an impression of the same character just to mock Babs.
- In How I Spent My Vacation, Babs does an impression of Jessica Rabbit during her and Buster's visit to the Delta Burke.