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Part 1: "Going Bonkers"
W.W. Wacky cancels their star, Bonkers D. Bobcat and his friends' show production. When Bonkers' friends mysteriously vanish, he joins the L.A Police with a partner, Lucky Piquel on a case for missing Toons, snatched by a criminal called 'The Collector', who stole Bonkers' friends earlier.
Part 2: "Gone Bonkers"
Bonkers gets captured by Mr. Doodles, The Collector's minion, during his search for Fall-Apart. Toots leads Piquel to the Collector's hideout, saving Bonkers. The Collector is revealed to be a human before he gets trapped in the prop box.
Home video releases
- Bonkers: Going Bonkers
- In the begining of the episode, it's clearly seen that Bonkers was working for the short "Petal to the Metal".
- Toon Disney's reruns of "Gone Bonkers" cut out the shot of Lucky unplugging the Collector's lamination machine.
- Charlie Adler - Stage Worker, Police Light, Bubba Bear
- Tony Anselmo - Donald Duck
- Michael Bell - The Collector
- Jeff Bennett - Jitters
- Earl Boen - Police Chief Leonard Kanifky
- Roger Bumpass - Grumbles Grizzly
- Corey Burton - Mad Hatter, Mr. Doodles
- Nancy Cartwright - Fawn Deer
- Jesse Corti - March Hare
- Jim Cummings - Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat, Detective Lucky Piquel
- David Doyle - W. W. Wacky
- Sherry Lynn - Marilyn Piquel
- Frank Welker - Fall-Apart Rabbit, Toots, Broderick
- April Winchell - Dyl Piquel, TV Reporter
- ↑ Kotter, Bill (September 1997). The Wonderful World of Disney Television: A Complete History. Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-6359-5.