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Buster Comes to Breakfast is the eighteenth episode of the second season of Buster Bunny the Tiny Toon and Friends.
- Buster J. Bunny as Thomas
- Hamton J. Pig as Percy
- Bugs Bunny (from Looney Tunes) as Toby
- Hubie and Bertie (from Looney Tunes) as Donald and Douglas
- King Acorn (from Sonic the Hedgehog) as Sir Topham Hatt
- The Adults Against Funny Cartoons Chairperson as The Stationmaster's Wife
- Gracie and Gladys as Annie and Clarabel (cameo)
- Babs' Grandmother as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
- Slappy Squirrel (from Animaniacs) as Daisy (mentioned; not named)
Narrator: Buster Bunny has worked his line for many years, and knows it very well.
Buster's Animator: "You know just where to stop, Buster."
Narrator: laughed his animator."
Buster's Animator: "You could almost manage it without me."
Narrator: Buster had become concieted. He didn't realize his animator was joking.
Later, he boasted to the others.
Buster: "My animator says I don't need him now."
Hamton: "Don't be so daft!"
Narrator: snorted Hamton.
Bugs: "I'd never go without my animator."
Narrator: said Bugs, earnestly."
Bugs: "I'd be frightened."
Narrator: boasted Buster.
Buster: "I'm not scared!"
Bugs: "You'd never dare!"
Narrator: "I would then, you'll see."
Narrator: Next morning, the fire lighter came. Buster drowsed comfortably, and the warmth spread through his body.
Hamton and Bugs were still asleep. Buster suddenly remembered.
Buster: "Silly stick-in-the-muds!"
Narrator: he chuckled.
Buster: "I'll show them. My animator said I could manage without him. I'll just go out, then I'll stop and wheesh! That'll make them jump."
Narrator: Buster thought he was being clever. Really, he was only moving because a careless cleaner had meddled with his body. He soon found his mistake. He tried to wheesh, but he couldn't. He tried to stop, but he couldn't. He just kept rolling along. He didn't dare look at what was coming next; there was the business man's house. The business man was just about to have breakfast.
Narrator: cried Buster, and shut his eyes.
The house rocked, broken glass tinkled, plaster was everywhere. Buster had collected a bush on his travels. He peered into the room through its leaves. He couldn't speak.
The Business man was furious. The Adults Against Funny Cartoons Chairperson picked up her plate.
The Adults Against Funny Cartoons Chairperson: "You miserable rabbit!"
Narrator: she scolded.
The Adults Against Funny Cartoons Chairperson: "Just look what you've done to our breakfast! Now I shall have to cook some more!"
Narrator: she banged the door.
More plaster fell. This time, it fell on Buster. Buster felt depressed.
Workmen propped up the house with strong poles, and laid a path through the garden.
Meanwhile, Hubie and Bertie arrived."
Hubie and Bertie: "D'n' fess yourself, Buster, we'll soon have you back on the path!"
Narrator: they laughed.
Hubie and Bertie, working hard, managed to haul Buster back to safety. Bits of fencing, a bush, and a broken window frame festooned his front, which was badly twisted. The twins laughed and left him.
Buster was in disgrace.
There was worse to come.
King Acorn: "You are a very naughty rabbit!"
Buster (muffled): "I know, sir. I'm sorry, sir."
Narrator: Buster's voice was muffled behind his bush.
King Acorn: "You must go to the workshop and have your front mended, it will be a long job."
Buster: "Yes, sir."
King Acorn: "Meanwhile, a female squirrel will do your work."
Buster: "A s-s-squirrel, sir?"
Narrator: Buster spluttered.
King Acorn: "Yes, Buster, squirrels always stay in heir homes until they are wanted. Squirrels never gallivant off to breakfast in business men's houses."