|Season 2, Episode 22b|
"Slappy the Boxer"
"A Streetcar Named Dot"
An early sound Warners film from 1930 is shown where the siblings sneak into a circus sideshow, annoyed everyone at the carnival, refused to pay for their hot dogs and are chased through the circus by a police officer. What follows is a cavalcade of gags during an elaborate chase sequence. The Warners have been finally captured into the paddy wagon, when the police officer was posing the wagon as a free lunch wagon, and drives them off to jail, and the Warners winked to the audience as the cartoon ends.
- Yakko, Wakko and Dot Warner (non-speaking)
- Hot Dog Vendor (voiced by Billy West, cameo)
- Police Officer (voiced by Maurice LaMarche)
- "You know these kids, sir?" - Police Officer.
- "Hardly. They ate their hot dogs and didn't pay for it. And I already saw what happened to the circus as it collapsed into pieces" - Hot Dog Vendor.
- "Well, that makes these three dual offenders! (blows his whistle)" - Police Officer.
- "(dressed as a chef) Free Lunch! Free Lunch!" - Police Officer.
- "(after the Warners entered the paddy wagon) Gotcha! My job is out now. (he enters his paddy wagon and drives away, the Warners winke to the audience; segment ends)" - Police Officer.
- This segment takes some similarities with the lost 1928 Oswald the Lucky Rabbit short Hot Dog.
- This segment marks the only occasion that the Warners don't speak.
- Both the Hot Dog Vendor and the Police Officer are shown as a cat and a dog, respectively..
- The 1930s Merrie Melodies opening is used at the beginning, excluding the words "A Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising Production".
- Animation is handled mostly by Jon McClenahan in-house. Half of the scenes are animated at Rough Draft Korea.