Babs is dejected that with the wealth of professors to guide students, there seem to be no female role models for her to emulate. One day, combing the Looniversity's catacomb-like film vaults, she comes across some old cartoons featuring the comic duo Bosko and Honey. Babs is mesmerized by Honey and wants to meet her, but no one has seen Honey in decades. But Babs is determined to find Honey, as well as show Honey's comic brilliance to the world.
Did You Know?
Some artistic license was taken with cartoon history for the purposes of the plot. In the episode, Bosko and Honey's popularity plummeted when Porky Pig arrived at the studio. In reality, directors Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising left Warner Bros. in 1933, taking their creations Bosko and Honey with them. Porky didn't debut until I Haven't Got a Hat
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[as Groucho Marx, to the villain who just tied her down on the railroad tracks
Tying a girl to the railroad tracks, are you? What kind of train tracks are those anyway? If you chew gum it's a choochoo train, or is it a train of thought?
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Old MacDonald Had a Farm
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