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Buster and Babs are best friends and despite their similar appearance and shared surname, they are "No relation!" They are also no relation to Bugs Bunny, . “Rabbit's Kin” was released in and directed by Robert McKimson, it was the only theatrical release for Pete Puma. “Rabbit's Kin” marks the first use of the “three. It starred younger versions of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies characters— including Buster and Babs Bunny (no relation), Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, and .
Buster sometimes along with Babs constantly thwarts Monty's devious and nasty schemes, usually trying to teach the ill-tempered brat a lesson in the progress, but Monty is relentless and never learns, much like the over-caring animal lover, Elmyra who occasionally has a crush on Monty as well.
He competes against Buster for student body president at Acme Looniversity. He manages to get Buster wrongfully expelled by planting a book of stolen test answers in Buster's hat, which Plucky reveals later to the bunny pair by having to show them a tape of the incident in "Acme super-duper slow motion" because, as Plucky states, "the hand is quicker than the eye" that it was actually Monty quickly ripping through Buster's hat and going into his own pocket to pull out the stolen test answers.
Buster and Babs disguise themselves as reporters, along with Plucky as a hidden cameraman, to get Monty to confess the truth. Buster's reputation is saved and he is welcomed back in Acme Loo as the new student body president, while Monty is expelled. Elmyra Duff Elmyra Duff is another one of Buster's major antagonists. He is often seen running from her or having to outsmart her, as he does not want to become one of her pets. He helps them escape, but gets captured in the process.
Taz says that Tasmanian Devils eat anything and demands his young pupil to "go eat rabbit. Bugs and Taz sob over their apparent deaths until the deceitful youngsters reappear only to brag about showing their teachers how "lame" the assignment really was.
Taz grabs Dizzy and spins off with him, as Bugs appears to chastise Buster for what they did. He holds his student up and angrily tells him, "You're a rude, conniving, disrespectful, little rabbit.
The bunnies are persistent, but Monty has Arnold on guard duty and orders him to kick them out, which he does by sending them into a dumpster. The bunnies decide to tour without Monty, foiling all of Arnold's attempts on them while also causing him to disastrously disrupt Monty's counting of his piles of money, making the spoiled rich kid boiling mad and turning his rage on the buffed pit bull chasing him around his property with a mallet.
Every one of Calamity's plans fail and Elmyra takes him home instead of Buster. Acme Loo acts as underdogs and usually beat them, if not by just one point. Buster and Babs want to play a game of mini-golf, but the snobby rat pair does not want them there, as Roderick remarks, "Acme Loo losers need not apply.
However, they get their revenge by dressing up as the Vanderbunnys. Sometimes he nervously retreats from her advances, sometimes he returns her affection, and sometimes he even goes out of his way to impress her. In the second wraparound to the episode, Love Disconnectionwhen Buster as the host interviews Babs about her ideal boyfriend, he slyly remarks to the viewers, "as if I didn't already know", indicating he knows Babs is attracted to him.
[Tiny Toons] Babs Bunny is actually the successor of Bugs Bunny, not Buster Bunny. : FanTheories
In the episode, The Acme BowlBuster mentions to the viewers that the only reason he became a quarterback is so that he could date the head cheerleader, who is none other than Babs Bunny. Babs' Feelings For Buster Babs has been shown to be easily attracted to Buster, though the feeling is usually mutual.
In the episode, Prom-ise Her Anything, when Babs hints to Buster about taking her to the prom, he nervously retreats from her, not because he doesn't want to go with her, but because he doesn't know how to dance.Tiny Toon Adventures - Set The World On Fire
When he does finally arrive at her burrow, he apologizes for keeping her waiting and gives her a rose as Li'l Sneezer plays the saxophone, making Babs very happy that Buster finally asked her out. In Thirteensomething, Babs begins to miss Buster while working on the show.
Later on, after she returns home, she even tells Buster that her better half is nothing without his half. Gene Splicer and tells him to bring his friends.
However, in order to get them to come along with him, Buster tells them they're going to the Emmy Awards which Plucky believes the entire time. When Babs starts to suspect that Buster lied to her, she doesn't want to talk to him. Later, when Melvin the Monster, one of Splicer's failed experiments has been captured by Splicer, Babs wants her friends, who have just rescued the other animals, to stay behind and help her save Melvin.
Buster refuses, and all four get captured by Splicer. After Splicer is defeated, Buster makes up for lying to his friends by taking them to the real Emmy Awards and he and Babs apologize to each other.
When he falls off the ladder, he argues with her over whether or not she held it straight. Concord Condorwho is filling in for Cupid, sees them arguing and tries to fix the problem, and although the first arrow succeeds in hitting Babs, the second arrow that was meant for Buster accidentally hits Montana Maxwho gets in the way because he is in a grumpy mood.
This results in Monty and Babs falling in love with each other. Buster tries to talk Babs out of it, as Monty is neither her type nor her species, but to no avail, as Babs is too lovestruck to listen to him.
When Cupid is forced to take his job and his arrows back, Babs and Monty are about to get married to each other. Cupid fires his anti-love arrows at them just as they kiss, returning them to their normal and not so loving feelings for each other. In the episode, No Toon is an Islandthey, along with Plucky and Hamton agree to split the treasure they found equally among the four of them.
However, the next morning, Babs, Plucky, and Hamton's shares of the treasure get stolen. They all accuse Buster of stealing it when it was really the X-Bird who did itand they all fight over the remaining share of the treasure.
In the episode, Thirteensomething, Buster and Babs argue when they both want to watch something different on television after school.