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Recap / Tiny Toon Adventures S 2 E 10 Love Disconnection

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The 10th episode of the second season of Tiny Toon Adventures, and the 75th episode overall.

Buster hosts the game show, "Love Disconnection", wherein he sets up dates for Gogo and Babs.

Short One: "My Dinner With Elmyra"

Montana Max's parents are going for dinner with the Duff parents and Monty unwillingly takes Elmyra to the Weenie Burger restaurant, where he is teased by the other toons. Later, Monty and Elmyra go to the cinema, watching Monty's least favorite movie, The Adventures of Fido and Mewmew. Monty changes his sour tune when Elmyra kisses him at the end of the date.


Short Two: "The Amazing Three"

Tired of their friends' immature habits, Babs, Shirley and Fifi decide to go to the Senior Dance at Perfecto Prep to date older guys. The party is cut short when Shirley, who gets covered in punch, explodes in a supernatural electrical rage, a la Carrie.

This episode provides examples of:


  • Affectionate Parody: Of Love Connection, with Buster in the role of Chuck Woolery.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: In the first wraparound, Elmyra hugs Monty, much to the latter's ire as he pushes her away, and when Folwmouth tries to make a move on Shirley, she punches him.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: In the second wraparound, Babs wants to meet "A sophisticated, older guy with a special affinity for rabbits". Buster sets her up with Elmer Fudd, much to her ire.
  • Call-Back: Mitzi Avery and Taffy Varga, two of Dizzy's human girlfriends appear in the first wraparound.
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  • Credits Gag: Don't tell anyone - Fifi is secretly engaged to Paul Dini.
  • Last of His Kind: A card Buster pulls out describes Gogo Dodo as such.
  • Ship Tease: In the second wraparound, when Buster asks Babs to tell him about her perfect guy, he says, "As if I didn't know.", indicating he knows that Babs is attracted to him.
  • Two Shorts: The sixth of eight episodes to use this format.

My Dinner With Elmyra:

  • Affectionate Parody:
  • Bland-Name Product: Weenie Burger's Happy Baby Puppy Face Meal is a parody of the McDonald's Happy Meal.
  • Didn't Think This Through:
    • Monty tries to ruin his date with Elmyra by taking her to Weenie Burger. He didn't count on her liking their Happy Baby Puppy Face Meals (even going as far as having him order one for her), or the other Tiny Toons hanging out there.
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    • When Monty and Elmyra go to the movie theater, Monty is excited to see Death Lords, when he finds out that Elmyra had already bought the tickets. He didn't count on the tickets being for The Adventures of Fido and Mewmew.
  • The Faceless: Mrs. Max.
  • K-I-S-S-I-N-G in a Tree: Sung sarcastically by the other Tiny Toons to Monty.
  • Movie Theater Episode: In the second half of this short, Monty takes Elmyra to the movie theater to see Death Lords. To his surprise, Elmyra has already paid for the movie tickets, but much to his ire, the tickets are for The Adventures of Fido and Mew-Mew.
  • Post-Kiss Catatonia: Happens at the end of the short. After Elmyra plants a big one on Monty, he was left shocked and then went to his limo saying to himself:
    Monty: I think I'm in love.
  • Villain Protagonist: Montana Max is depicted as the main protagonist of this short, in response to his voice actor, Danny Cooksey, complaining about having to play "The Bad Guy".

The Amazing Three:

  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Dizzy Devil to the male Perfecto Prep Seniors, after eating the ACME Li'l Wonder Make-up Kit.
  • Bookends: This short begins and ends with Buster, Plucky, and Hamton playing "Will Dizzy Eat It?".
  • Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: This exchange between Babs and Shirley at the beginning:
    Babs: I think it's time we associated with a better class of guys; suave guys, sophisticated guys.
    Shirley: Guys who wouldn't feed a stealth bomber to a tasmanian devil.
  • Call-Back: Uncle Stinky from the Direct-to-Video movie, How I Spent My Vacation appears in this episode, but he doesn't look sloppy like he usually does.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Buster, Plucky, and Hamton play a game with Dizzy called "Will Dizzy Eat It?", wherein they feed Dizzy things such as a land mine covered in guacamole and a stealth bomber.
  • The Faceless: Mr. Bunny, whose face is shown as a silhouette in his car. He also looks quite different from his appearance in the "Dating, ACME Acres Style" episode segment, "Buster's Guide to Dating", wherein he is shown as a monster-like rabbit.
  • Feed It a Bomb: One of the things Buster feeds Dizzy is a land mine covered in guacamole, which explodes in Dizzy's stomach.
  • Fountain of Youth: Shirley tries to make a move on an older male duck at the senior dance by asking him what his astrological sign is. Out of his beak comes Antiquated Linguistics as he belittles her, telling her how childish and unfounded astrology is. However, she has such a hard time understanding him that she reverts into a baby! Prior to that, Shirley said that she would impress the duck with her "keen wit and intellect".
    Shirley: Like, umm, what's your sign?
    Duck: Ah! A devotee of the unseen world. The universe fantastique. Almost amusing in an infantile sort of way, though terribly childish and laughably unfounded.
    (Shirley reverts into a baby)
    Duck: I believe Voltaire put it best when he likened astrology to astronomy as the mad daughter of a wise mother. Don't you agree?
    Shirley: I go like, nappy-poo now. Goo googoo gaa gaa gaa? (she crawls away)
    Duck: Quite.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: Montana Max and Arnold the Pit Bull take part in Buster, Plucky, and Hamton's "Will Dizzy Eat It?" game near the end of the short.
  • Lipstick and Load Montage: Babs, Shirley, and Fifi dressing up to attend the fancy party at Perfecto Prep.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Babs, Shirley, and Fifi when they change clothes for the Senior Dance at Perfecto Prep, courtesy of the ACME Li'l Wonder Make-up Kit.
  • Smelly Skunk: Fifi. When she explains how she got the invitation to the senior dance at Perfecto Prep to Babs and Shirley, her stench caused the mailman to throw his mail bag down and run away.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Babs attempts to pick up a guy using Lauren Bacall's "You know how to whistle?" quote from To Have and Have Not.
    • Shirley's psychic rampage is a G-rated version of the prom scene of Carrie, with punch taking the place of pig's blood. Babs even asks Fifi if she's seen that particular movie.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Fifi, usually unlucky in love because of her smell, is the only that succeeds in find an older boy interested in her (justified, even the boy is a skunk).


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