These are the cartoons, and the film they opened for:
- Tummy Trouble - Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
- Roller Coaster Rabbit - Dick Tracy (1990)
- Trail Mix-Up - A Far Off Place (1993)
- Absurd Altitude: The roller coaster in Roller Coaster Rabbit and the log flume in "Trail Mix-Up"
- Adult Fear
- Amusing Injuries
- By the Lights of Their Eyes: When Roger and Baby Herman enter the tunnel in Roller Coaster Rabbit.
- The Cameo: Droopy Dog and Jessica Rabbit both get one per cartoon.
- Cartoon Bug-Sprayer: Roger uses one in "Trail Mix-Up"
- Chained to a Railway: Droopy has Jessica Rabbit chained to a roller coaster in Roller Coaster Rabbit.
- Freeze-Frame Bonus:
- During the Hospital Gurney Scene in Tummy Trouble, the gurney passes through an endless series of doors, each marked with a different -ology. The doors go faster and faster so that you have to pause to be able to read them all. The last one reads "Burbank".
- As the roller coaster in Roller Coaster Rabbit first goes down, you can see Atlanta burning.
- When the coaster goes through its second dip, the tracks read "Jeepers".
- When Roger spits out bees in Trail Mix-Up, one of the bees has Mickey Mouse's face, while another turns out to be Tinkerbell.
- As Roger and Baby Herman head for the flume, Herman's pupils have Mickey Mouse's head for two frames, while Roger's have skulls.
- Friction Burn: Roger's feet catch fire from skidding on the roller coaster tracks in Roller Coaster Rabbit.
- Genre Throwback: To the pre-feature animated shorts from The Golden Age of Animation.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: All over the place:
- Roller Coast Rabbit has Baby Herman chase a red balloon underneath a bull. He sees something bright red and bulbous under its belly and grabs... During the live-action scene at the end of the short, the balloon finally pops, startling a female fan of Baby Herman's, and he laughs lasciviously and says "Whatsamatter, toots? Afraid of a little...bang?"
- In Trail Mix-Up there are two instances of it; when Roger warns Baby Herman not to burn his 'weenie' at the fire (when he has a hot dog), and when he says he was so scared he almost 'dropped a log'' while they're in a sawmill.
- Here We Go Again: In Tummy Trouble.
- Hospital Gurney Scene: In Tummy Trouble.
- Hospital Hottie: Jessica in Tummy Trouble.
- Infant Immortality
- Intercontinuity Crossover: MGM's Droopy appearing in a Disney production.
- Isophagus: After Roger swallows Baby Herman's rattle in Tummy Trouble.
- Jaw Drop: Roger, reading Baby Herman's medical bills in Tummy Trouble
- Missing Episode: Waiter, There's a Hare in My Soup, the un-produced short.
- Nice Character, Mean Actor: Pretty much the entire gag behind Baby Herman.
- No Ending: Roller Coaster Rabbit ends with Roger messing up the scene and being scolded by his director. Trail Mix-Up ends with Roger messing up the scene and destroying the planet. Tummy Trouble on the other hand, ran smoothly and ended quite well.
- Pun: "That was bracing!" in Roller Coaster Rabbit
- Really 700 Years Old / Can't Grow Up: Baby Herman, who's really 50 (36 in the books).
- Roger Rabbit Effect
- Rushmore Refacement: In Trail Mix-Up.
- Shockingly Expensive Bill: At the end of Tummy Trouble.
- Strapped To A Table: Roger in Tummy Trouble.
- Suddenly Shouting: When Mrs. Herman threatens something bad on Roger, she will always shout this. It happens in every short:
"Uncle Roger will take good care of you, and everything will be just fine. NOT LIKE LAST TIME!"
- In Tummy Trouble:
"Roger, you stay here with baby, or it's RABBIT STEW FOR DINNER!"
- In Roller Coaster Rabbit:
"Baby Herman is staying with you, and remember, if you get into any trouble, RABBIT SEASON OPENS TODAY!"
- In Trail Mix-Up:
- Toon Physics: They had some fun with it too.
- Wild Take: There's a definite Tex Avery influence in these shorts.