Buster Bunny is the leader of the Tiny Toons gang, a street-smart, blue and white male rabbit who has to deal with the challenges of a tough school curriculum, the machinations of rich kid and local bully Montana Max, and the advances of crazed and ditzy animal lover Elmyra Duff. Like Babs, he will do anything for a laugh, though he is marginally more sane and calm than his female counterpart, who he frequently reminds to 'rope it in.' Babs states that Buster is indeed her boyfriend. Buster resembles the intrepid and intelligent side of Bugs Bunny, but sometimes is very ingenous compared to his mentor. Buster is able to talk just about anybody into just about anything. He's an instigator. He knows how to stir things up and how to talk his pals into engaging in some wild scheme or adventure. He knows everyone in Acme Acres and he knows them better than they know themselves. He's the common friend who ties together his eccentric pals -- Babs, Plucky, Hamton, Shirley and Fifi. He is constantly pointing out the amusing oddities of each of the characters. Buster's adventures include outsmarting Montana Max numerous times, escaping from Elmyra's house, spending a vacation down on river, facing a wolverine, trying to get muscular, saving defenseless animals, playing with a virtual reality machine, discovering lost treasure, going to the prom with Babs, visiting the center of the Earth and directing a Christmas special. In several episodes he shows considerable skill playing drums and electric guitar. Buster has an extreme fondness for Bugs to the point of often imitating his mentor, such as using Bugs' "slap dance" technique from Bully for Bugs (though with considerably less success). Although cool and collected for the most part, there are instances where other characters will get the better of Buster, or some unfortunate mishap will befall him, unlike his mentor Bugs, who for the most part was always on top of his game. Although, Buster, as the group leader, drags his pals into outrageous adventures for the sake of a good time, sometimes it's for the sake of someone who needs help. Buster stands up for the weak and helpless. He'll go to battle when some "little guy" is being abused by a heavy. Declares Buster, "Why don't ya pick on someone your own shoe-size?" Buster's victories will be victories for the audience as well. He has a mischievous nature, though his pranks are usually directed at bullies and villains. Occasionally however, he will play pranks on his own friends, most notably on Babs, who always responds in equal fashion. Occasionally, when something goes wrong or something unexpected happens, Buster says "I should've gone to rehearsal."
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