The 54th episode of Tiny Toon Adventures. Buster and Babs spend their day at the Looniversity library and are told to be quiet by librarian Foghorn Leghorn.
Short One: "Robin Hare"
A Tiny Toons version of Robin Hood starring Buster Bunny.
Short Two: "To Babs Or Not To Babs"
Babs is determined to become a star in Shakespeare's newest play.
Short Three: "Elmyra's 'Round The World"
Buster dreams that Elmyra's world wide relatives have their eyes on him too.
Tropes found in this episode include:
- Credits Gag: Foghorn Leghorn compliments of - Bob McKinson. [sic] (It's actually spelled McKimson.)
- Hypocritical Humor: Foghorn reprimands Babs and Buster for being noisy - by yelling at the top of his voice.
- Three Shorts
- Action Girl: Maid Babs gets into a sword-fight with Sheriff Monty.
- Bankruptcy Barrel: All the villagers, and Sheriff Monty at the end.
- The Cameo: The obligatory appearance of Mary Melody as one of the merry men.Mary Melody: Another cameo, another paycheck.
- Damsel in Distress: Maid Babs is kidnapped by the sheriff.
- Improbable Weapon User: Babs uses a swordfish during her fight with Monty.
- Pass the Popcorn: Buster during the sword-fight.
- Shout-Out: To Robin Hood.
To Babs Or Not To Babs:
Elmyra's 'Round The World:
- Disney Acid Sequence: The entire dream sequence.
- National Stereotypes
- Nightmare Sequence: The episode mostly takes place in a nightmare being had by Buster after taking a fall while on the run from Elmyra.
- Shout-Out: When facing off against the ninja Elmyras, Buster becomes a samurai similar to Usagi Yojimbo.
- Suspiciously Similar Song: The rhythm of the song is modeled after It's a Small World.
- Uncanny Family Resemblance: Every single one of Elymra's relatives looks just like her.