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Desc:He's a funky fresh rabbit who fights toads in space.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:80s, cartoons, Saturday morning, bucky, lets croak us some toads
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Jeff Fries


The earworm for which there is no cure.
This show introduced me to the concept of righteous indignation. That's pretty awesome for a cartoon to do, y'know.
I guess I pretty much have to give this 5 stars for the panda sidekick, even if it does use the phrase "funky fresh".
Caminante Nocturno
Through my one-star rating, I'm letting out years, YEARS of pent up hatred and frustration caused by this show. Thank you for this opportunity.
How did a cartoon cause all that ? I recently looked this clip up. I loved this show... I was pretty young when it was on.

Caminante Nocturno
I don't want to talk about it!

Rodents of Unusual Size
I had to mute this half way through. Also, I have never heard of this.
i still like it, though the animation is a lot more horrible than I remembered.

I'm positive the word 'Furries' is embedded in a subliminal in one of the episodes.
Yet another spawn of the Ninja Turtles craze. For about two years any concept you pitched to a cartoon studio got the green light as long as it had EXTREEEME animals fighting bad guys.
You're right, but not about this particular cartoon.
Bucky O'Hare is actually based off an adult themed comic that was 'kiddyfied' for the cartoon.
5 stars for the nostalgia factor.

Caminante Nocturno
Wouldn't that make it exactly like the Ninja Turtles?

Did every 80s cartoon have to have a worthless human kid whose sole job was to need protecting?
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