The time is finally upon us where we have to watch the dreaded, anti-Japan propaganda flick starring our beloved Bugs. Aside from that horror, we witness The Agency’s attempts to rewrite Porky’s past, and it might just work.
A. Flea is introduced, the dog currently inhabited by Willoughby The Ancient Ghost Dog has incredibly toned buttocks, Little Red Riding Hood irritates Bugs into collaborating with a wolf masquerading as Grandma (who’s away working swing shifts at Lockheed), and Cal introduces his Good Human Friend, Ron.
As we gain some insight into Daffy’s anatomy, the state of his relationship with his former cohort-turned-despot, Porky III, becomes even less clear. Meanwhile, the arrival of two mysterious humans on a desert island draws the attention our favourite time-travelling Toonlord, and we meet a brand new cowardly cat.
While Cal and Chris crunch the numbers to discover the precise magnitude of this whole stupid undertaking, Daffy unwittingly squares up to fledgling Toonlord, Elmer. Meanwhile, a Space Jam era bugs travels back to 1943 to prevent a scientific genius from creating a super-carrot that will cause a future apocalypse.
As we find it more and more difficult to establish Bugs’ position on his own timeline at any given point on ours, things heat up for Porky III in an increasingly unstable Porkytopia. Expect espionage, alliances and assassination attempts in this weeks thrilling episode.
As Willoughby’s darker side manifests, the ghoulish nature of his spirit is called into question. Meanwhile, Bugs inadvertently makes his nemesis more powerful than he could possibly imagined, and we meet a beloved, fat-headed, yellow bird.
In the first of a marathon recording session, the boys get a glimpse into the way Daffy sees the world, see the last of “fat” Elmer as he joins the mounties, and find out just who the hell The Dover Boys are.