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- Everyone’s Going Bonkers Over Smith’s Garlic Bread Chips
- Going Bonkers? Issue 16
- Going Bonkers? Issue 11
- Garlic bread = life
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Bonkers repeatedly tried to win Piquel's praise, but usually just ended up ruining missions with his antics. He took along the police radio, the light, Toots and Fall-Apart Rabbit. At the end of the "Lucky" episodes, Bonkers was given a new partner, the attractive Officer Miranda Wright. Although also human, she was far more patient and tolerant of his antics than was Piquel.
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The series played 65 episodes, as part of The Disney Afternoon. The "Miranda" episodes were actually produced first, excluding the two-part series premiere, which featured Piquel and Bonkers meeting for the first time [ citation needed ]. This discrepancy becomes evident when observing the look of the main character in both sets of episodes [ citation needed ].
In the Raw Toonage shorts, Bonkers was orange with one brown spot, golf-club-like ears, and an undone tail. When the Lucky Piquel episodes produced by Robert Taylor were made, the character had a major overhaul: The series also occasionally featured episodes of "cartoons" from Bonkers's pre-police actor days, all lifted from the Raw Toonage series.
The two-part premiere can be seen to show the reason for the difference in appearance as he mostly appears with his Black Dot Lucky design, but when he goes into makeup, his sweater is put on, and when his head re-appears, his Spots have turned brown, then his ears are 'puffed' up. While this works for explaining the two designs in context, New partners does not show or explain why he then decided to use his 'make up' version for every day.
The Raw Toonage shorts were an after-thought of production [ citation needed ].
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These shorts were, in the context of Bonkers , explained to be some of the shorts Bonkers made at Wackytoons Studios before he was fired. The animated short entitled Petal to the Metal was originally shown in theaters in before the feature movie 3 Ninjas ,  while the rest were shown on the program Raw Toonage. In syndication, the shorts were collected into four full episodes with fillers of new material in between. Meanwhile, Duane Capizzi, making his producing debut, was brought into the fold and teamed with animation veteran Robert Hathcock and charged with making 65 episodes a full season's worth in syndication.
The episodes theoretically would feature Bonkers with Wright as his partner. These episodes came back from overseas animation studios looking less than spectacular, causing considerable concern at Disney [ citation needed ]. Ultimately, the original team was replaced, and a team headed by Robert Taylor came in [ citation needed ].
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Only 19 of the original-order shows survived to air [ citation needed ] ; they are what is known as the "Miranda Wright episodes" of Bonkers. Nine of these episodes were aired on The Disney Channel during the first half of as a preview for the series,  before its syndicated premiere in the fall.
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The 19 Miranda Wright episodes are shown toward the end of the series in the official continuity [ citation needed ]. Greg Weisman co-creator of Disney's Gargoyles worked on the Miranda episodes, and Bonkers's relationship with Miranda inspired Goliath 's relationship with Elisa Maza [ citation needed ]. Taylor threw out the old premise of the show [ citation needed ]. He replaced it with the Lucky Piquel scenario, but his episodes were revised and established to occur before the original episodes. The series was long incorrectly rumored to have originally been intended as a Roger Rabbit spin-off series, that ended up being scrapped due to licensing issues from Amblin Entertainment , with Bonkers being created instead.
However, in , Greg Weisman , who was a writer on the series, denied this. While confirming that the title character was inspired by Roger, and the Toontown concept had also been influenced by the film, Weisman insists that Bonkers was always meant to be his own character.
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