- Byron, Elmyra's lazy basset hound, spends the movie on a river trip with Buster and Babs. When he's woken from his nap to find that the bunnies are about to be eaten by their predators, he flies into the fray and airlifts them to safety.
- When Fifi sees Johnny Pew's true nature, after he gives her photograph of him away to Bimbette Skunk who asked for his autograph, Fifi has quite a memorable Moment of Awesome of her own:Fifi: That was my photograph! I cannot believe you!Johnny: Yeah, well, I am pretty unbelievable.Fifi: You are nothing but a selfish, worthless waste of skunk! You, monsieur Pew, STINK!
- And if that wasn't enough to knock him down a peg, he is thrown directly out of the theater and into the arms of every animal's worst nightmare... Elmyra. Now he knows how Fifi feels.
- There's also the fact that the audience (loudly!) cheered Fifi kicking Johnny through the doors of the theater.
- Just before that, Fowlmouth, being an annoying talking nuisance throughout the whole movie scene. You'd think the big buff guy in front of him would beat some sense into him, but he just leaves. Eventually, it's not only the audience that knocks his lights out (into the movie itself no less), but also the movie characters themselves for being fed up of him ruining it for everyone else. The four of them (three of them not even in that part of the movie yet) simultaneously kick him clear out of the theater leaving a Fowlmouth-shaped hole in the door. The audience cheers and the movie characters curtsy and bow with traditional Warner Brothers fanfare.
- As Buster plays a banjo-and-tongue arrangement of the Tiny Toons theme song, Babs spends the whole duration running for her life from hungry possums... before she finally gets the ante on them by tying their tails knotted outside the log they're in and rolling them down into a river.
- At the very end, having spent the entire film as Buster's squirt-gun target, Babs finally gets him back with a bucket of water that leaves him completely drenched.
- The animation quality. It's some of TMS Entertainment's finest comedic work, and in many scenes you can tell they went above and beyond. Also, unlike the series, its key animators are listed in the end credits, finally giving them their due.
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