Bonkers (TV Series 1993–1994)
|1||Going Bonkers (4 Sep. 1993) |
When cartoon star Bonkers T. Bobcat is fired, he helps the police search for missing toons.
|2||Gone Bonkers (4 Sep. 1993) |
When Bonkers is captured by The Collector, it's up to his reluctant partner, Piquel, to save him.
|3||In the Bag (6 Sep. 1993) |
When the Mad Hatter is robbed, Bonkers and Piquel are on the case, chasing after a lonely toon bag.
|4||Hear No Bonkers, See No Bonkers (7 Sep. 1993) |
Piquel is fired. But Bonkers still needs his help with a mysterious soap that makes toons disappear.
|5||Out of Sight, Out of Toon (8 Sep. 1993) |
While on a case, Lucky catches the toon flu and becomes increasingly more toon-like.
|6||Is Toon Fur Really Warm? (9 Sep. 1993) |
Piquel and Bonkers invite Skunky Skunk to Marilyn's party, but he's accused of a crime and vanishes.
|7||Calling All Cars (10 Sep. 1993) |
Ma Parker, a toon tow truck, befriends Lucky as part of a scheme to steal car parts from the police.
|8||Fall Apart Bomb Squad (13 Sep. 1993) |
Fall-Apart Rabbit helps Bonkers and Piquel capture an angry toon bomb with stand-up comedy dreams.
|9||In Toons We Trust (14 Sep. 1993) |
When Li'l Hubert is arrested on the scene, Bonkers believes he's innocent and helps clear his name.
|10||Never Cry Pig (15 Sep. 1993) |
It's another case for the Toon Division as Lucky Picquel and Bonkers investigate reports of a wolf blowing down the houses of the three little... excuse me... Three Big Pigs. But when Bonkers goes undercover as a wolf himself, is he barking up the wrong tree?
|11||Hamster Houseguest (16 Sep. 1993) |
Piquel dreams of a relaxing weekend; but, thanks to Bonkers, ends up babysitting a toon hamster.
|12||The Cheap Sheep Sweep (17 Sep. 1993) |
Bonkers is kidnapped by a wolf in sheep's clothing, who is selling toons as novelty sheep.
|13||The Day the Toon Stood Still (18 Oct. 1993) |
Pops Klok, the keeper of toon time, quits, throwing all toons into uncontrollable chaos.
|14||Weather or Not (21 Sep. 1993) |
Bonkers uses his new how-to-be-a-detective kit to search for the missing weather toons.
|15||Basic Spraining (22 Sep. 1993) |
Piquel inadvertently sends Bonkers to a fake police academy run by a vengeful villain.
|16||Once in a Blue Toon (23 Sep. 1993) |
Bonkers and Piquel are tasked with reforming a prisoner named Toon Louse, who is a hard case that eats everything in sight.
|17||Luna-Toons (24 Sep. 1993) |
Aliens invade Earth, but no one notices because the humans think they are toys.
|18||Time Wounds All Heels (27 Sep. 1993) |
A criminal Piquel sent up the river many years ago is back and stalking Piquel. Or so Piquel thinks.
|19||Poltertoon (28 Sep. 1993) |
A ghost moves into Piquel's house on the night Chief Kanifky's coming for dinner.
|20||Hand Over the Dough (29 Sep. 1993) |
Someone is sabotaging Butterman's Bakeries and the clues lead to spokestoon Mikey Muffin.
|21||Ski Patrol/Bonkers in Space/The Rubber Room Song/Draining Cats and Dogs (30 Sep. 1993) |
Bonkers is an ambulance driver, spaceship washer and more in a series of shorts.
|22||Tune Pig (1 Oct. 1993) |
Bonkers is the singer Julio Calamari's biggest fan - until he discovers Calamari's dark secret.
|23||New Partners on the Block (4 Oct. 1993) |
Bonkers gets teamed with Miranda Wright. Piquel gets a job with the F.B.I.
|24||Witless for the Prosecution (5 Oct. 1993) |
Miranda hides out in Bonkers' apartment but is not prepared for a weekend with his toon neighbors.
|25||Bobcat Fever (21 Mar. 1993) |
Bonkers is infected by a toon virus, Sheryl Germ, who believes she's been hired by an agent.
|26||What You Read Is What You Get (25 Apr. 1993) |
Every story Bonkers reads about in the tabloid, The National Trash, comes true.
|27||Do Toons Dream of Animated Sheep? (8 Oct. 1993) |
A frustrated toon sheep, Baabra, takes over Bonkers' dreams.
|28||Trains, Toons, and Toon Trains (28 Feb. 1993) |
Bonkers and Miranda transport a prisoner, Vic 'Stiff-Lips' Sullivan, to the state pen via train.
|29||Quibbling Rivalry (12 Oct. 1993) |
Miranda's news anchor sister Shirley comes to town and makes her personal campaign to blame Bonkers for everything that goes wrong.
|30||The Toon That Ate Hollywood (4 Apr. 1993) |
Gloomy (a failed human clown) uses the humorizer to suck the comedy out of toons everywhere.
|31||Springtime for the Iguana (14 Oct. 1993) |
When toon legend, Roderick Lizzard, is suspected of arson, Bonkers sets out to solve the mystery.
|32||Casabonkers (15 Oct. 1993) |
Bonkers' old flame, Katya, waltzes back into his life, bringing intrigue and danger with her.
|33||Tokyo Bonkers (7 Mar. 1993) |
Bonkers and Miranda travel to Japan to deliver the brain of the evil toon, Z-bot, to the Tokyo PD.
|34||Love Stuck (19 Oct. 1993) |
The contestants on the "Love Corral" TV show have gone missing. Villain, Winston Prickly, who hates that the good guys always get the girl, has his eyes on Rita.
|35||When the Spirit Moves You (11 Apr. 1993) |
Bonkers and Miranda encounter a toon ghost from the 1930's and call in Ludwig Von Drake for help.
|36||Of Mice and Menace (21 Oct. 1993) |
Bonkers takes in three toon mice he believes are abandoned pets, but are actually criminals in hiding.
|37||Toon for a Day (6 Jun. 1993) |
When Grating gets konked on the head, he wakes up thinking he's Bucky Buzzsaw, a toon beaver.
|38||The Stork Exchange (14 Mar. 1993) |
Lilith DuPrave kidnaps the storks who deliver toon babies to their parents and involves them in weapons smuggling.
|39||Dog Day AfterToon (26 Oct. 1993) |
Miranda and Grating are held hostage when a toon dog, Pitts, robs a bank after being fired.
|40||Fistful of Anvils (18 Apr. 1993) |
Bonkers tells Miranda's nephew, Timmy, a bedtime story set in the Wild West.
|41||The 29th Page (28 Oct. 1993) |
Time is running out for Bonkers and Miranda as catastrophe strikes Hollywood when the 29th page of every book in town is stolen by a vicious toon gangster.
|42||Cartoon Cornered (29 Oct. 1993) |
Grating is locked in a zany alternate toon reality while Wildman Wyatt escapes prison.
|43||The Good, the Bad, and the Kanifky (1 Nov. 1993) |
Kanifky is demoted and becomes Bonkers' and Piquel's partner.
|44||I Oughta Be in Toons (2 Nov. 1993) |
A human in disguise wants to take the place of the most famous toon in the world.
|45||Frame That Toon (3 Nov. 1993) |
Bonkers convinces Piquel to sacrifice solving a "big case" to help him track down a wayward toon.
|46||A Wooly Bully (4 Nov. 1993) |
Toon superhero, Mammoth Mammoth, goes on a crime rampage while Bonkers tries to be more efficient.
|47||Stay Tooned (5 Nov. 1993) |
When a valuable piece of evidence disappears, Bonkers soon has everybody suspecting everybody else.
|48||O Cartoon! My Cartoon! (10 Nov. 1993) |
Bonkers stars as a WWII pizza delivery cat, a brilliant detective and more in a series of shorts.
|49||Color Me Piquel (11 Nov. 1993) |
Lucky learns that Toons have the ability to rub off of people and temporarily transfer their color and traits to them. A villainous colorless gang of two kidnaps Toons to experiment with this.
|50||Stand-In Dad (12 Nov. 1993) |
Piquel must break a promise to Marilyn when he's pulled into a top priority undercover assignment.
|51||Cereal Surreal (15 Nov. 1993) |
Someone is stealing the prizes out of all of the wheat crunchy cereal boxes.
|52||If (16 Nov. 1993) |
This collection of shorts showcases Bonkers as a delivery toon - even in the Wild West.
|53||The Dimming (17 Nov. 1993) |
Piquel spends his vacation as the caretaker of an old resort hotel so he'll have peace and quiet.
|54||Toon with No Name (18 Nov. 1993) |
The cast members of a movie Bonkers did years ago are disappearing one by one.
|55||Get Wacky (19 Nov. 1993) |
The most incurable toon criminal, Wacky Weasel, has escaped from prison and Bonkers must face him.
|56||The Final Review (22 Nov. 1993) |
Bonkers emulates his TV hero, T.J. Fingers, while investigating threats aimed at a TV critic.
|57||Goldijitters and the 3 Bobcats (24 Nov. 1993) |
Bonkers has a prehistoric adventure, Jitters gets married, and more in this collection of shorts.
|58||Seems Like Old Toons (26 Nov. 1993) |
Despite Piquel's trepidation, Marilyn goes to Toon Camp, where she has to save a struggling studio.
|59||Miracle at the 34th Precinct (27 Nov. 1993) |
Santa is missing and his reluctant stand-in is - Lucky Piquel.
|60||Comeback Kid (29 Nov. 1993) |
A toon cow and a toon chicken, Stew and Chick, con Bonkers into directing a movie starring Piquel.
|61||The Greatest Story Never Told (7 Feb. 1994) |
Piquel ends up on the TV show, Cops R Us, when a toon camera and mic do a story about him.
|62||Fall Apart Land (9 Feb. 1994) |
Lucky Piquel and Fall-Apart Rabbit become unlikely partners in a theme park called Fall Apart Land.
|63||Imagine That (14 Feb. 1994) |
Bonkers and Piquel must stop a toon pencil covering the city in graffiti before he corrupts Marilyn.
|64||A Fine Kettle of Toons (17 Feb. 1994) |
Worried Bonkers and Piquel are shirking, Kanifky teams up with Fall-Apart Rabbit to investigate.
|65||Stressed to Kill (23 Feb. 1994) |
Piquel's stress level is record high, so Bonkers takes it upon himself to de-stress his partner.