Studio: Amblin Entertainment Release Date : September 14, 1992 Series: Tiny Toon Adventures
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Buster dares Babs to get on the TV show “Thirteensomething”. Babs heads to New York and gets the job after disguising herself as a human, much to Buster’s surprise. Back at Acme Acres, Buster is unsuccessful in finding a new co-host and becomes depressed. Babs discovers that she cannot be funny on Thirteensomething. Realizing that she was happier on Tiny Toons, she plans to quit, only to find that her contract has been renewed for another five years. Buster heads over to the show, reveals that both he and Babs are toons, and escape through a painted tunnel.


Buster Bunny
(Voice: Charlie Adler)
Babs Bunny
(Voice: Tress MacNeille)
Plucky Duck
(Voice: Joe Alaskey)
Shirley the Loon
(Voice: Gail Matthius)
Wile E. Coyote
Road Runner
Hamton J. Pig
Calamity Coyote
Montana Max
Elmyra Duff
(Voice: Cree Summer)
Mary Hartless
(Voice: Valari Bromfield)


Donald John Trump
John Herbert "Jackie" Gleason
(Voice: Maurice LaMarche)
David Letterman
(Voice: Roger Rose (II))
Geraldo Rivera
Johnny Carson
(Voice: Danny Gans)
Ed McMahon
Steven Spielberg
(Voice: Frank Welker)



Jon McClenahan


Rob Paulsen
Danny Gans
Valari Bromfield


Chris "Spike" Brandt
Stan Fukouka


Tony Craig
Jim Fletcher
Jon McClenahan
John Hayes
Lou Police
Brian Mitchell
Joey Banaszkiewicz

Animation Supervisor

Marty Lennon
Chris McClenahan


Sherri Stoner

Key Background Design

John Koch

Music Sources

Smetana, Bedrich : "Dance of the Comedians "
Foster, Stephen : "Beautiful Dreamer "


Tiny Toon Adventures (Season 3, Episode 1)


United States

The Best of Buster & Babs

Technical Specifications

Production No.: ST-178
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Print Type: Video (NTSC)
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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