In "Is Toon Fur Really Warm?", the scene where Marilyn and Skunky Skunk hug each other and this is after Skunky said he doesn't want to do a girls' birthday party because it would ruin his reputation and make him look soft. Jerk with a Heart of Gold, anyone?
Marilyn (holding Skunky):You'll always be my favorite even though we'll never meet. Say, you're pretty warm. What am I talking about? It's just a doll.
Skunky (springing to life):Nope-a-roo! It's caaaandid skunk!
Marilyn:Skunky! It's you! (they hug)
In "The Day The Toon Stood Still," Toons are literally running out of time and fading away. Just before Lucky confronts the Big Bad, Bonkers tells him that if he doesn't hurry, all Toons everywhere will return to the drawing boards and eventually blank paper. Lucky is visibly shaken by this revelation and rushes into action. Moments later, when all hell breaks loose, you can see (for just a second or two) Lucky holding Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit as they fearfully look on.
From "Basic Spraining," just two words: "Trust me."