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          Buster is the epitome of the 'rabbit next door'... with an
          attitude.  He is the series' star and co-host, constantly
          commenting on the action and making asides to the audience.

          Buster is a winner, a high-energy teen with lots of
          ideas and dreams.  He is what every kid wants to be:
          a fun-loving mischief-maker who gets away with just about
          everything.  He has the sassiness of Bugs Bunny, but has to
          work  a little harder because he's younger and still learning.
          He has the energy, enthusiasm and resourcefulness of Andy Hardy
          which carries him through all troubles he encounters.

          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 has reoccuring
          conflicts with Elmyra, who wants to hug and love him to death;
          Montana Max, who wants to bully him; and Plucky Duck, who wants
          to steal his spotlight.  He tolerates Plucky's ego because he
          recognizes the duck's loveable side.

          Buster's the little guy who pokes fun at authority, the
          pomposity, the egotism of those who take themselves too
          seriously.  He is not mean or malicious; that is, he would never
          try to hurt someone's feelings.

          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.

          Buster's ears are like two extra limbs.  He can run on them,
          throw with them, play "guess who" with them, and do any other
          schtick one could imagine.

          At school, Buster maintains a B+ average; he studies hard, but
          would never admit it to his friends.  His favorite class is
          "Wisecracks 101," taught by his hero and mentor, Bugs Bunny.
          Buster is popular with his classmates and a star on their
          sporting teams.  He's Student Council President, and has been
          voted "most likely to drive the faculty nuts."

He's fascintaed by the lack of redeeming social values in his enemies. To Buster, the wild eccentricities of these heavies are "a total crack-up." Occassionally, a foe insults or attacks Buster's honor. "It's time to party -- Buster style!" declares the rabbit. The enemy doesn't stand a chance against the quick-witted Buster. QUOTABLES: "Very Nineties." "It's time to party, Buster-style!" "Now it's personal." "Get a life." "This is more fun than a rabbit oughta have." "Are we working from the same script?" "I really should have come to rehearsals." "I meant to do that." (after he trips) "Rope it in, Babs. Tie it down. Tape it back." "Don't worry - be sappy." AUDITION COPY

Ya know I heard it through
the grapevine.  How much longer
will ya be mine?  Whooo!
     (stops suddenly, noticing audience)
Oh, hi, Toonsters!  Buster Bunny here.
Boy, are we gonna bust the barriers of
fun today!  This'll be better than one
of those duck shows where they search
for gold or something.  It's that good!
     (Western accent)
So, let's head 'em up and move 'em out.
Yeeeehaaa!  Cartoooooons, ho!!
The walls are closing in on me!  I can't
breath.  (gasp)  It's getting dark.  Darker!
(coughs)  I'm going... Going... Going...
     (as auctioneer)
Gone!  Sold to the man in the bad toupee!