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Bonkers D. Bobcat (voiced by Jim Cummings) is an overly energetic and hyperactive cartoon bobcat that works in the Toon Division of the Hollywood PD. Once a big name cartoon star for Wackytoons Studios, he was fired due to his show being bumped out of first place in the ratings. He was introduced to law enforcement when he unknowingly saved cartoon celebrity Donald Duck from a park mugger (mostly due to the help of officer Lucky Piquel) and was given full credit for the mugger's capture.

Bonkers is a Animation & Cartoon series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (63 episodes). The series first aired on September 6, 1993. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.8.

Bonkers is available for streaming on the Toon Disney website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Bonkers on demand at , Disney+ online.

Toon Disney
4 Seasons, 63 Episodes
September 6, 1993
Animation & Cartoon
Cast: Jim Cummings, Earl Boen, Frank Welker
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Bonkers Full Episode Guide

  • When Grating gets konked on the head, he wakes up thinking he's Bucky Buzzsaw, a mayhem-making toon beaver! Bonkers loves the new Grating, but the fun is short-lived as Miranda and Bonkers scramble to save Grating from various self-inflicted life-threatening situations! Simultaneously, Wildman Wyatt

  • Bonkers gets hooked by the tabloid magazine, The National Trash. It seems that every story he reads about in the tabloid comes true. Grating, fed up with all of Bonkers’ shenanigans, warns him to knock it off - or else! Bonkers and Miranda set off to find out why those stories only show up in The Na

  • Bonkers tells Miranda's nephew, Timmy, a bedtime story that becomes a tale of the Wild West starring Trail Mix (Bonkers), Two Gun (Miranda), Varmit (Al Vermin), and his bug eyed bandits (Gnat, Tick, and Maggot). After Bonkers foils the bug eyed bandits' attempt to 'call the sheriff (Grating) out',

  • Called to investigate a haunted house, Bonkers and Miranda encounter Dobie, a 1930's toon ghost actor still inhabiting the site of his last location shoot. Their spooky confrontation ends with Bonkers arresting the ghost and bringing him to the station. Dobie wreaks havoc, and Grating's enmity for t

  • Bonkers and Miranda respond to a burglar alarm at Ludwig Von Drake's lab. Gloomy (a failed human clown) has stolen the humorizer, a device which can suck the comedy out of toons. Toons everywhere, including Bonkers, are zapped with the humorizer. When finally overloaded, it turns into a sixty foot t

  • Bonkers has been busy sniffing out all the toon explosives Al Vermin has smuggled in. Vermin is determined to get rid of Bonkers somehow when he spots a toon virus, Sheryl Germ, who was fired from her acting job in health films. Vermin, playing an agent, offers her a role that'll make her famous: th

  • Bonkers and Miranda respond to a missing person’s report from Silas Stork, proprietor of Stork's Service, the armada of feathered messengers who fly toon babies to their 'parents.' His storks are missing! Bonkers aids Silas' baby backlog dilemma by getting Jitters to fill in, setting up a running ga

  • Bonkers and Miranda travel to Japan to deliver the 'brain' of an evil toon transformer robot named Z-bot to the Tokyo police. At the airport, Sgt. Tetsuo crosses paths with Z-bot's evil henchmen (the ninja kitties) and Bonkers and Miranda miss their police escort. Bonkers discovers that he is a big

  • Piquel's stress level has set a world's record. Bonkers takes it upon himself to de-stress his partner.

  • Thinking Bonkers and Piquel are goldbricking, Kanifky teams up with Fall Apart Rabbit to investigate.

  • A toon pencil with a dirty mind is covering the city in graffiti. Bonkers and Piquel must stop him - before he corrupts Marilyn.

  • An overworked Piquel and obsessed Fall-Apart Rabbit become unlikely, but successful, partners in a theme park called Fall Apart Land. The only problem is the evil real estate magnate that wants to pull their dreams out from under them.

  • Piquel finds himself a hero when a toon camera and microphone do a story about him for the TV show, Cops R Us. Unfortunately, Piquel is framed for robbery and the toons turn out to be the real criminals.

  • Two con artists use Lucky to steal an huge diamond.

  • Santa is missing! If he isn't found soon his elves, Jingle and Belle, have selected his reluctant stand-in...Lucky Piquel!

  • Marilyn is determined to go to Toon Camp. Piquel is just as determined that she won't. Naturally, she goes - with Piquel and Bonkers close behind. Toon Camp turns out to be an animation studio in distress and it's up to Marilyn and her cohorts to save the studio.

  • Bonkers is driving Piquel crazy by emulating his TV hero, T.J. Fingers, a tough Clint Eastwood-like cop. Meanwhile, Charles Quibble, the TV critic, has received threats on his life. Everyone who has ever received a bad review is a suspect. But in the end it turns out that T.J. Fingers is the real ba

  • The most incorrigible toon criminal in the history of law enforcement, Wacky Weasel, has escaped from prison and is turning the real world upside down with his felonious tooniness. The only way to stop him is to out-toon him so Bonkers is called in to face his ultimate challenge as a toon cop in a '

  • The cast members of a movie Bonkers did years ago are disappearing one by one - and as they investigate the case, Bonkers recounts the film's story to Piquel.

  • Piquel spends his vacation as the caretaker of an old resort hotel so he'll have his peace and quiet to finish his novel. Peace and quiet is the last thing he finds…

  • This time, Bonkers does his version of Rudyard Kipling's ""If"", with Jitters illustrating. ""Petal to the Metal"": Delivery boy Bonkers must deliver a dozen roses to Fawn in four minutes or he's through. ""Dogzapoppin'"": Bonkers has to get an important package to his boss, Grumbles, but he can't get past Grumble's nasty dog. ""TrailMix Bonkers"": Pony express rider TrailMix Bonkers delivers two money plates to California and fights the Grumbles Kid.

  • Slap, Sniffle and Flop, the 50-ish toon stars of cereal commercials, are about to be canned and replaced by three young, hip toons. Meanwhile, Piquel and Bonkers have to solve the mystery of who's been stealing the prizes out of all of the wheat crunchy cereal boxes. As we discover, these two seemi

  • Piquel is unwillingly pulled into a top priority undercover assignment, and has to neglect a promise to his daughter, Marilyn. Upset, Marilyn turns to her favorite kiddie show host for solace... who just happens to be Piquel in his undercover disguise!

  • Once famous, but now obsolete, the black and white comedy team of Stretch and Squash have a plan to become relevant again – by stealing color from other toons.

  • In the second ""Raw Toonage"" compilation episode, Bonkers recites his own version of ""Oh, Captain, my Captain"", and Fall-Apart acts it out. ""Get Me a Pizza (Hold the Minefield)"": A black-and-white newsreel tells of how World War I hero Bonkers bravely delivered pizzas to our boys in the front. ""Spatula Party"": Bonkers new neighbor Fawn Deer wants to borrow a spatula, and so Bonkers scurries all around the neighborhood trying to get one. ""Sheerluck Bonkers"": Victorian era detective Sheerluck Bonkers tries to find out who's stolen a priceless pendant from Princess Fawn of Doe-mania.

  • When a valuable piece of evidence gets lost, Bonkers soon has everybody suspecting everybody else.

  • A toon superhero, Mammoth Mammoth, goes on a crime rampage. Meanwhile, Bonkers is trying to make him and Piquel the most efficient cops on the force.

  • In the midst of Piquel and Bonkers trying to solve a rash of tourist robberies, a toon sax winds up missing. Piquel sacrifices solving a 'big case' to help Bonkers track down the little wayward toon. They find the sax in a dive juke joint where his brother plays. They also find that the owner of the

  • A human in disguise wants to take the place of the most famous toon in the world. Piquel is tricked into helping him and it’s up to Bonkers to save the day.

  • The mayor busts Chief Kanifky all the way down to the toon division.

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