Chris and a sickly Cal continue their rigorous investigation into Cinecolor's cloning program, post-war.
Meanwhile, Bugs is bribed into working for the government on their first manned (rabbited? bunnied?) mission to the moon, leading to an encounter with everybody's favourite tooniversal martian. It's pretty great.
osemite Sam is trying to rebuild his reputation back in the west, but when he stumbles across an old Agency meeting point, a certain Toonlord is there to meet him.
Meanwhile, Chris and Cal set about investigating Cinecolor, and their WWII super soldier program. Which Hector is the real Hector? At this stage, who knows?
This week's episode is brought to you by the letter "A Plague of Technical Difficulties", and the number "4".
Sylvester has no recollection of dying, Porky encounters zero dentists, and the eternal Lovecraftian horror known only as Yosemite Sam tries his hand at maritime banditry.
In a shocking turn, Sylvester dies. Like... proper dies. All nine lives. How will he play basketball?
In a second shocking turn, Sylvester dies... AGAIN! What the ruddy hell is going on?
Meanwhile, the only one who can help seems to be engaged in a 100+ round boxing match. It's all over the shop this week.
After a confusing insight into the family structure of The Three Bears, Chris and Cal find themselves completely baffled by Daffy's latest encounter with one of Porky III's doubles, largely resulting in more questions than answers.
It's... it's getting pretty difficult, you guys.
We're back, baby.
As we stride confidently into a second decade of dangerous nonsense, we see our favourite Toonlord exploit the aftermath of the 1946 Stork Strikes for some mysterious purpose.
Meanwhile, two lovely Texan gophers evade capture by a maniacal thespian dog.
Join us as we resumes our adventures through the portal, continuing to unravel the mysteries of... The Space Jam Continuum