Generally, Daffy's complete ineptitude in paying attention to what he's talking about results in some very hilarious moments. There's his two Digging Yourself Deeper moments, his off-tangent description of a "cheer-leader cleaning lady", and the "tomato-tomAto" conversation in "Casa de Calma", to name a few.
Daffy(mid-rant): Now! Will somebodyplease tell me what I was talking about!?
Bugs: Beats me. I stopped listening after "robots eat breakfast burritos."
101 — Best Friends
Bugs sarcastically telling Superman's origin as his own to get Daffy's attention. It backfires, hilariously.
Doubles as a mild moment of awesome with the use of imagery and John Williams music from the 1978 film.
Bugs: No, you maroon! That's the story of Superman!
Daffy: Who's Superman?
Bugs: I can't believe I hitched my wagon to you.
Daffy: You have a wagon?
Bugs: Daffy! Concentrate! (Daffy gazes determinedly into space) On me!
THIS◊ image of Henery Hawk during "Chickenhawk". Just look at it.
"We're like brothers! Or fathers! Nah, we're like brothers."
105 — Monster Talent
In trying to convince Gossamer to pick a talent (besides singing) for the talent show, he somehow accidentally causes a fire in Bugs' house. They leave, and the next scene changes to firemen putting it out as Bugs drives in and exclaims "MY HOUSE!"
Gossamer: *playing football by himself* Go open! Go long! *throws football* Interception! *runs back* Touchdown! We did it! Yaaaay!
Daffy: *looking out the window while playing cards* Pathetic. Playing all by yourself. Get some friends, kid! *puts down all his chips* I'm all in. *camera pans out to the table; Daffy scoots over to the other side where there is no one there* Fold. Hmph! *pushes table over* I'm never playing with you again!
106 — Reunion
"The Reunion" has quite a few:
Daffy's costume montage, the best being "I'm Batman."
The opening of the episode with Daffy stealing someone else's mail.
"Restraining order, bill, invitation to my high school reunion, restraining order."
Marvin: I have spent every moment since graduation plotting to destroy the Earth! Daffy: Well, I hope you have better luck with that than I did.
"You want me to go to my reunion and lie about my accomplishments? That's a horrible idea! I'm lying. It's a great idea! Or is that the lie?"
It doesn't matter whether you win or lose, because nobody cares about water polo!
It went like this:
Daffy: Seeing you kids have fun out there, despite what the scoreboard said taught me a lesson that I will carry with me for the rest of my life: water polo is stupid. I mean outside of these dummies who are probably your parents, no one really cares about this sport. It'd be one thing if this had been football, or basketball, or even baseball, but it's not, it's only water polo. So go out there with your heads held high because no one cares about water polo!
202 — You've Got Hate Mail
Granny socking Daffy in the stomach.
From the same episode, where a cleaned-up Yosemite Sam reverts back to his old self while trashing his book club's trashy novel with some Hidden Depths about his knowledge of literature.
203 — Itsy Bitsy Gopher
Daffy and Lola team up to find Tosh, who has gone missing. Lola tries to draw his picture on a reward flyer, but ends up drawing Speedy.
At the end, Yosemite Sam captures Speedy and demands Tosh and Mac his reward:
Yosemite: Alright, gophers, gimme my five dollars!
Speedy: I told you I'm not a gopher!
After Daffy and Lola got out from a mail box that they went inside to find Tosh:
Daffy: What do we know?
Lola: We know climbing inside a mail box is against the law.
Daffy: What else?
Lola: Uh, the fire department is not happy when they have to use the Jaws of Life to pry you out from a mail box.
Daffy: What else?
Lola: The city said you have to pay to replace the mail box or do 1100 hours of community service.
Daffy: What else?
Lola: Tosh has been missing for 28 minutes and we still haven't found him.
Daffy: Oh right, the gopher. I totally forgot about that whole situation.
204 — Rebel Without a Glove
The entire pastiche of Rebel Without a Glove, from Lola's melodrama to Thugs Bunny and Professor Duck. Special note goes to Bugs and Daffy playing their "roles" as straight as possible, and Porky's incredulous reaction during the cheesy, cheesy dialogue of the after-school scene before he storms off with their clothes, muttering to himself.
Bugs: I learned a lot in there today.
Daffy: Well you got a bright future. And don't ever let anyone tell you different.
Bugs: Thanks again, Professor.
Daffy: Hey. You promise me you'll keep up with your studies.
Porky: He doesn't even go to school here!
Bugs: You promise me you'll keep making a difference.
Porky: He's not a real professor!
Daffy: You know, it's funny. You dedicate your whole life to academia, but you never imagine one day a student will walk into your class and teach you the greatest lesson of all.
Porky: Who are you guys?!
(Porky takes Bugs and Daffy's clothes off and walks away)
Porky: (walking away, to himself) Trust? What are they talking about?
While music plays in the background during Bugs and Daffy's talk, the music would stop when Porky interrupts.
The scene at Lola's house, from her mother's Aside Glance when Lola puts her shirt made of coins in the dryer to Lola's dramatic confrontation with her father.
There's an unexpected Shout-Out to how Daffy's bill would constantly be blasted off in the original cartoons: Upon learning that Daffy can't swim, a frustrated Porky asks Daffy if he's really a duck. Daffy says "I'm not sure. This comes off very easily," and casually pulls his bill off to hold in his hand.
Followed by the bear appearing, and Daffy's bill screaming while still in his hand.
212 — Dear John213 — Daffy Duck Esquire
When Daffy tells Speedy that Yosemite is suing him and he'll see him in court, Speedy tells Daffy that he's not a real lawyer but Daffy tells him to tell it to the judge. So when they go to court...
Judge: We will now hear opening statements of the case of "Samuel Rosenbaum v. Speedy Gonzales, proprietor of Pizzarriba". Mr. Duck you must proceed. Daffy: Thank you your honor. The evidences that I will present to you today will prove, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that this gentleman, "Speedy Gonzales", knowingly and willfully served my client dangerously hot pizza. With no warning and no regards to the physical and emotional trauma that follows. I will prove that Mr. Gonzales carelessness was no accident, but instead the direct result of his endless need for speed. We will show you that had Mr. Gonzales simply taken more time between the oven and the table to allow the pizza to cool then this senseless tragedy could have been avoided. Ladies and gentleman of jury, Mr. Gonzales likes to brag that he's the fastest mouse in all of Mexico but this is America and in America speed can kill. Or in this case, burn. Thank you, your honor. Judge: Mr. Gonzales. Speedy: Uh, yeah, he's not a real lawyer. Judge: Hmm. Well, then this case is dismiss. Daffy: Well, that was fast. I didn't even have time to get business cards printed. Yosemite: What about my million dollars. (to Daffy) Why didn't you tell me you weren't a real lawyer. (Yosemite jumps on Daffy and beats him up) Judge: (to the bailiff) Get them out of my courtroom. Speedy: (to Daffy and Yosemite) Tsk tsk tsk, gringos.
Also Speedy's expression during the trial.
214 — Spread Those Wings and Fly215 — The Black Widow
Daffy and Porky decide to go streaking in a small Mexican town. Porky just takes off his shirt and bow tie and Daffy just takes off his necklace. While they streak, the people in town were confused on what they were doing considering they barely wore clothes in the first place. Daffy had to spell it out that they were streaking which terrified everyone which resulted in them getting arrested and thrown in jail.
216 — Mrs. Porkbunny's
Daffy's numerous failed attempts at his commercial auditions.
217 — Gribbler's Quest218 — The Grand Old Duck of York
Daffy's horrible piano playing in "The Grand Old Duck of York". It's so bad, Tweety just walks into Sylvester's mouth to escape it.
219 — Ridiculous Journey
Pretty much every scene with the Three Bears.
Sylvester: You know, at times like this, I wonder why we ever fought at all. Tweety: Well — it usuawwy as a wot to do with you twyin' to eat me, an' me twyin' not to be eaten. Sylvester: Yeah, I can't remember either.
220 — The Shell Game
While being threatened by Cecil Turtle, who is armed with a gun, Bugs only has a mild (and hilarious) look of annoyance.
Daffy just casually hanging out in a doctor's waiting room to read.
Bugs: What are you doing here? Daffy: Reading. My subscription ran out. Bugs: So you come to a doctor's office?! Daffy: No, I come to a doctor's office waiting room. It's very pleasant. Fish tank, classical music... very nice! Delivery Boy:*entering* Someone order Chinese food? Daffy: Right here!