Taz-Mania is an American cartoon sitcom produced by Warner Bros.
Animation from 1991 to 1995, broadcast in the
1.1 The Tazmanian Devil family
1.2 Hotel Tazmania staff
1.3 Outback characters
1.4 Minor characters
2 Episodes 3 Video games 4 Home media release 5 Other appearances 6 References 7 External links
Characters The Tazmanian Devil family
Taz (Jim Cummings) – He is the central character of the series
and appears in every episode. Taz is ill-tempered, tough, frequently
hungry, and has a very big dislike of water, though he is less
ferocious and (at times) more thoughtful than his original
incarnation. He works as a bellhop at the Hotel Tazmania.
Jean Tazmanian Devil (Miriam Flynn) – Taz's dedicated, doting
mother. Many episodes circle around her speaking on the phone and
running through a long list of chores she's created for herself.
Hugh Tazmanian Devil (Maurice LaMarche) – Taz's easy-going,
talkative, and very comical father, whose voice and mannerisms are a
parody of Bing Crosby. Hugh likes orange juice (a reference to Crosby
being a famous pitch-man for orange juice), golfing, and bowling,
joking around, and will often overexplain things to the point where
he'll say "blah-blah-blah, yackity schmackity" to speed things up.
Molly Tazmanian Devil (Kellie Martin) – Taz's 16-year-old
sister. Despite being more refined than her brother, she often shares
his vicious and bossy nature, though in a more sibling-rivalry sense.
Jake Tazmanian Devil (Debi Derryberry) – Taz's playful, very
imaginative, energetic, and fun-loving little brother, who often looks
up to and idolizes Taz.
Dog the Turtle (Rob Paulsen) – Taz's pet turtle, who acts like
Drew Tazmanian Devil (Maurice LaMarche) – Taz's funny, goofy,
very mirthful and zestful uncle, who talks and acts like
Hotel Tazmania staff
Bushwhacker Bob (Jim Cummings) – Taz's loud, grumpy, uppity,
rude, selfish, lazy, and incompetent boss. Owner of the Hotel
Tazmania, he is largely self-centered and thinks very highly of
himself, despite rarely doing any actual work and preferring to leave
any and all tasks to his staff. His demeanor is a sendup of Basil
Fawlty, just as all the hotel segments were direct spoofs of the
British sitcom Fawlty Towers.
Mum (Rosalyn Landor) – Bushwhacker Bob's mother, who is much
calmer and wiser than her son. Despite her son owning the Hotel
Tazmania, Mum is the true backbone of the establishment. She is often
quick to criticize her son, much to Bob's chagrin, despite her
accusations typically being true.
Bull Gator and Axl (John Astin, Rob Paulsen) – A pair of
alligators who unsuccessfully try to trap Taz for the enjoyment of
zoo-going children all over the world (as a rather weak pretense to
the massive financial gain the endeavor will grant them). Bull is the
leader of the duo, always acting in a confident and cheery attitude
even while reprimanding Axl. Axl is Bull's hunter-in-training,
constantly naïve, though often subject to Bull's "corrections".
(Typically in the form of a mallet smashing.) They vaguely resemble
Laurel and Hardy.
Buddy Boar (Jim Cummings) – Full name Hamilton Butkus Boar, he
fancies himself a yuppie, is often seen talking on his cellphone, and
claims to be "Taz's best friend". Though Buddy tends to take advantage
of Taz at times, he does not seem to treat him nearly as badly as
Episodes Episodes are copyright 1991 (1–14), 1992 (15–47), or 1993 (48–65); note that this does not always correspond with when they originally aired.
No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
1 "The Dog the Turtle Story" Douglas McCarthy Bill Kopp, Scott Jeralds, Bill Matheny September 7, 1991 (1991-09-07) 406-401
Taz rescues a turtle, which acts like a dog, from a trap and adopts him as a pet, but then the pair visit his outback family and they all rescue Taz from Bull Gator and Axl.
2 "Like Father, Like Son; Frights of Passage" Keith Baxter Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Keith Baxter, Bill Kopp, David Schwartz September 14, 1991 (1991-09-14) 406-402
Hugh takes Taz out for a father-son bonding experience./Francis X. Bushlad of the Mudpeople sets out to hunt a Tasmanian Devil as his proof of manhood.
3 "War & Pieces; Airbourne Airhead" Lenord Robinson Mark Saraceni, Steve Brasfield, Brian McEntee September 21, 1991 (1991-09-21) 406-403
Taz and his younger siblings Molly and Jake are left to run the house while their parents visit Grandma./With help from the Platypus Brothers Daniel and Timothy, Taz attempts to climb Pointy Peak and obtain giant bird eggs with which to make a Taz-sized omelet.
4 "It's No Picnic; Kee-Wee ala King" Greg Duffell, Gary Hartle Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Henry T. Gilroy, Brenda Lilly September 28, 1991 (1991-09-28) 406-404
The Tasmanian Devil family head out on a picnic, unaware that Bull Gator and Axl are looking to capture all of them./Taz and Buddy Boar go hunting for a Kee-Wee Bird, which quickly turns into disaster for the pair.
5 "A Devil of a Job" Douglas McCarthy Gordon Kent, Evelyn A-R Gabai October 5, 1991 (1991-10-05) 406-405
Taz gets a job at the Hotel Tazmania to earn the money for a motorcycle.
6 "Battling Bushrats; Devil in the Deep Blue Sea" Keith Baxter Bill Kopp, Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Steve Brasfield October 12, 1991 (1991-10-12) 406-406
Taz must protect his mom's turkey dinner from both the Bushrats and an
army of ants./Despite his hatred of water, Taz is manipulated by
7 "Woeful Wolf" Lenord Robinson Gordon Kent, Evelyn A-R Gabai October 19, 1991 (1991-10-19) 406–407
The neurotic Wendal T. Wolf looks to Taz for friendship, but Taz just finds him to be an annoying and needy pest.
8 "Devil with the Violet Dress On; Kidnapped Koala" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Mark Saraceni, Kevin Hopps October 26, 1991 (1991-10-26) 406–408
Jean insists on spending the day with her son Taz, for better or for worse./Bull Gator and Axl attempt to capture Constance Koala.
9 "Mishap in the Mist; Toothache Taz" Keith Baxter, Douglas McCarthy Bill Kopp, Art Vitello, John K. Ludin November 2, 1991 (1991-11-02) 406–409
A woman studies the Tasmanian Devil family in its natural habitat./Taz
gets a toothache and turns to the
10 "Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty; Enter the Devil" Keith Baxter, Art Vitello Chris Otsuki, Keith Baxter, Art Vitello, Harvey Bullock, Steve Brasfield November 9, 1991 (1991-11-09) 406–410
Molly gets a cute cat for a pet, but this new addition to the family quickly becomes Taz's worst nightmare that he tries to get rid of./Mr. Thickly trains Taz to be a kung-fu master.
11 "Bewitched Bob" Lenord Robinson Gordon Kent, Jim Ryan November 16, 1991 (1991-11-16) 406–411
A new visitor to the Hotel Tazmania has Bushwhacker Bob wrapped around her finger.
12 "Instant Replay; Taz and the Pterodactyl" Jon McClenahan Henry T. Gilroy, Art Vitello, Chris Otsuki, Harvey Bullock, Bob Smith November 23, 1991 (1991-11-23) 406–412
Bull Gator and Axl film their exploits in order to learn the best way to capture Taz./Taz meets a living Pterodactyl and is taken on a flight across the Outback.
13 "Pup Goes the Wendal; I'm Okay, You're Taz" Douglas McCarthy Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Mark Saraceni, Mary Jo Ludin, Charles M. Howell IV November 30, 1991 (1991-11-30) 406–413
Wendal Wolf kicks Dog the Turtle out of Taz's house and inserts himself as the new family pet./Buddy Boar tries to improve Taz's personality.
14 "Comic Madness; Blunders Never Cease" Keith Baxter Henry Gilroy; Art Vitello; Bill Kopp, Gary Warne December 7, 1991 (1991-12-07) 406–414
The family is worried that Taz is spending too much time with his comic books./Francis resorts to taking tribal potions in his quest to capture Taz.
15 "Amazing Shrinking Taz & Co." Keith Baxter Bill Kopp, Art Vitello, Alan Swayze September 5, 1992 (1992-09-05) 406–418
The latest invention of the
16 "Oh, Brother; Taz-Babies" Lenord Robinson Henry Gilroy, Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Glenn Leopold September 12, 1992 (1992-09-12) 406–419
A giant gorilla is goaded by his little brother to attack Jake, but Taz does not take his attacks lightly./ Taz-Mania is presented to the network vice-president, who has his own ideas on what Taz's show should be like.
17 "Jake's Big Date; Taz Live" Douglas McCarthy Henry Gilroy, Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Mary Jo Ludin September 19, 1992 (1992-09-19) 406–421
Jake is set up on a play-date with his friend Heather./When Hotel Tazmania is unable to deliver its scheduled comedy act, Taz and his friends stall for time with their own acts.
18 "A Midsummer Night's Scream; Astro Taz" Douglas McCarthy Mark Zaslove, Art Vitello, Mark Saraceni, Timothy Williams September 26, 1992 (1992-09-26) 406–434
Lost in the mountains, Taz and Bushwhacker Bob are forced to spend the night in a creepy motel./Taz mistakes a space shuttle for an arcade game.
19 "Tazmanian Lullaby; Deer Taz; A Taz-Manian Moment" Keith Baxter, Art Vitello Keith Baxter, Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Brenda Lilly, Kristina Mazzotti October 3, 1992 (1992-10-03) 406–437
Francis discovers Taz's love of accordion music and uses it to capture him./Taz must compete with other predators over an adorable baby deer that he can't bring himself to eat./In an "unused" scene from "Ticket Taker Taz", Molly uses her paddleball to scam Taz out of the concert tickets.
20 "The Outer Taz-Manian Zone; Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty, Part 2" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, George Atkins October 10, 1992 (1992-10-10) 406–422
Taz and Molly switch bodies after an argument over their personal lives./Molly's cat returns, and the feline wastes no time in terrorizing Taz out of revenge.
21 "Taz-Mania's Funniest Home Videos; Bottle Cap Blues" Lenord Robinson Bill Kopp, Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Bruce Howard October 17, 1992 (1992-10-17) 406–423
To win a trip to the Bora Bora Islands, Taz attempts to film some
candid videos of his family./Taz and
22 "Hypnotazed; Mum's n' Taz's" Douglas McCarthy, Jon McClenahan Henry Gilroy, Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Earl Kress October 24, 1992 (1992-10-24) 406–438
Bull Gator accidentally hypnotizes himself into thinking he's a Tasmanian Devil./Taz and Mum get trapped in an abandoned mine shaft.
23 "Boys Just Wanna Have Fun; Unhappy Together" Douglas McCarthy Mark Saraceni, Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Mark Young October 31, 1992 (1992-10-31) 406–417
With Jean and Molly out at a swim meet, Hugh, Taz, and Jake have a
guys' night at home./Taz's presence ends up driving a wedge between
24 "Food for Thought; Gone to Pieces" Keith Baxter Gordon Kent, Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Gary Greenfield, George Atkins November 7, 1992 (1992-11-07) 406–433
Taz attempts to cross a piranha-filled lake in order to grab an egg for lunch./Taz's game of bottlecap tiddlywinks ends up breaking his mother's valuable vase. He now tries to hide the accident from Mom.
25 "Kee-Wee Cornered; But Is It Taz?" Lenord Robinson Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Bill Kopp, Wayne Kaatz November 14, 1992 (1992-11-14) 406–439
Fed up with Taz eating all of her pet birds, Molly goes out and gets a Kee-Wee Bird./Taz quits the show out of anger for all of the abuse he takes every episode and gets a fast-food job instead.
26 "Mall Wrecked; A Dingo's Guide to Magic" Lenord Robinson Henry Gilroy, Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Tony Benedict November 21, 1992 (1992-11-21) 406–415
When the car breaks down, Taz, Jean, and Molly are left stranded in an
empty mall parking lot./
27 "The Man from M.A.R.S.; Friends for Strife" Doug McCarthy Bill Kopp, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, Evelyn A-R Gabai, Betty Birney November 28, 1992 (1992-11-28) 406–442
After hearing a scary sci-fi program on the radio, Taz attacks a
Marvin the Martian
28 "Wacky Wombat; Molly's Folly" Gary Hartle Sindy McKay, Mark Zaslove, Art Vitello, Jim Ryan, Glenn Leopold September 4, 1993 (1993-09-04) 406–440
Willie Wombat is cast as Taz's foil in a semi-parody of the original Taz cartoons./Taz gets roped into taking ballet classes with Molly.
29 "A Flea for Me; A Young Taz's Fancy" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Keith Baxter, Mary Jo Ludin, Tony Benedict September 11, 1993 (1993-09-11) 406–445
Taz gets an unwelcome guest in his fur: a flea, which he tries to get rid of./Taz falls for a Tasmanian She-Devil, but is unaware that it's really Francis in disguise.
30 "Never Cry Taz; Bully for Bull" Lenord Robinson Bill Kopp, Art Vitello, Larry Markes, Bruce Howard September 18, 1993 (1993-09-18) 406–451
31 "Of Bushrats and Hugh" Doug McCarthy Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Arthur Alsberg, Don Nelson September 25, 1993 (1993-09-25) 406–450
Taz and Hugh protect their precious orange tree from a hoard of hungry Bushrats.
32 "Merit Badgered" Lenord Robinson Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Barry E. Blitzer October 2, 1993 (1993-10-02) 406–443
Taz accompanies Jake on a camping trip.
33 "Devil Indemnity" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, Laren Bright October 16, 1993 (1993-10-16) 406–460
Taz is at home and stuck in a full-body cast. While he struggles to answer the phone and win a TV contest, Jean fills in for his bellhop job at Hotel Tazmania and struggles with Bushwhacker Bob's abuse.
34 "Willie Wombat's Deja Boo-Boo; To Catch a Taz" Lenord Robinson Sindy McKay, Art Vitello, Gordon Kent, Barry E. Blitzer, Paul Dini October 23, 1993 (1993-10-23) 406–455
Willie Wombat tries to get roles in other cartoons, but cannot escape being typecast as Taz's foil./Taz is framed for the consumption of a birthday cake, and Wendal T. Wolf is the police officer determined to catch him.
35 "The Thing that Ate the Outback; Because It's There" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Mark Zaslove, David Schwartz October 30, 1993 (1993-10-30) 406–449
Taz creates a blob monster with his new chemistry set: one that just
keeps eating and growing./Taz and
36 "Antenna Dilemma; Autograph Pound" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, Mark Seidenberg, Laura Numeroff November 6, 1993 (1993-11-06) 406–444
Taz visits the
37 "Taz and the Emu Egg; Willy Wombat's Last Stand; K-Taz Commercial" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, John Semper, Bill Allen November 13, 1993 (1993-11-13) 406–461
Taz hunts a surprisingly swift unhatched emu egg./Finally fed up with his typecasting, Willie Wombat takes his case to the network itself./Taz's "unique" singing talents are advertised as part of a CD collection.
38 "Doubting Dingo; Sub Commander Taz" Gary Hartle Henry T. Gilroy, Art Vitello, Alan Katz, Earl Kress, Mark Evanier November 20, 1993 (1993-11-20) 406–464
39 "Feed a Cold; Sidekick for a Day" Doug McCarthy Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Fred Freiberger, Jack Mendelsohn November 27, 1993 (1993-11-27) 406–462
Taz is sick with a cold, and his sneezes become overwhelmingly
powerful. However, the
40 "No Time for Christmas" Doug McCarthy Mark Zaslove, Art Vitello, Mark Evanier December 25, 1993 (1993-12-25) 406–446
With everybody in Tazmania getting ready for Christmas, Taz makes a trip across the Outback to deliver gifts to his friends.
41 "Road to Tazmania" Gary Hartle Mark Saraceni, Kerry Ehrin, Ali Marie Matheson September 13, 1994 (1994-09-13) 406–416
Taz's Uncle Drew comes to visit, and he and Hugh take Taz along on a trip to pick up some orange juice. However, only Taz seems to notice the spies that apparently want the OJ they bought.
42 "Taz-Manian Theatre; The Bushrats Must Be Crazy" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Bill Kopp, Mike Dirham, Cliff Roberts September 14, 1994 (1994-09-14) 406–420
Taz and Wendal are stranded on a desert island in Mr. Thickly's thrilling tale of Taz-Manian Theatre./The Bushrats embark on a journey to retrieve their idol of worship: Jake's rubber duck.
43 "Return of the Road to Taz-Mania Strikes Back" Keith Baxter Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Barbara Levy, Marc Paykuss September 15, 1994 (1994-09-15) 406–426
With Taz as their caddy, Hugh and Uncle Drew head out to the golf course to play against a pair of old golfing rivals, whose own caddy is another sneaky spy that's out to get them.
44 "Taz Like Dingo" Lenord Robinson Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Harvey Bullock September 16, 1994 (1994-09-16) 406–427
45 "The Pied Piper of Taz-Mania; The Treasure of the Burnt Sienna" Gary Hartle Mark Saraceni, Gordon Kent, Harvey Bullock, Earl Kress September 19, 1994 (1994-09-19) 406–428
Hotel Tazmania faces a Bushrat infestation./Bushwhacker Bob drags Taz on a treasure hunt.
46 "Not a Shadow of a Doubt; Nursemaid Taz" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, Alan Burnett, Jeff Hall September 20, 1994 (1994-09-20) 406–429
Taz's shadow comes to life for a day./
47 "Home Despair; Take All of Me" Doug McCarthy Bill Kopp, Gordon Kent, Mark Saraceni, Earl Kress September 21, 1994 (1994-09-21) 406–430
Taz gets the
48 "Bird-Brained Beast; Ready, Willing, Unable" Lenord Robinson Henry Gilroy, Bruce M. Morris, Tony Marino, Rowby Goren September 22, 1994 (1994-09-22) 406–431
Taz and the
49 "We'll Always Have Taz-Mania; Moments You've Missed" Gary Hartle Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Bill Kopp, Mark Saraceni, Tom Ruegger, Barry O'Brien September 23, 1994 (1994-09-23) 406–432
With the TV broken, Hugh and Jean entertains the kids with the story of how they first met./Bull Gator and Axl host a show featuring "removed" segments from previous episodes.
50 "Sidekicked; Gone with the Windbag" Douglas McCarthy Mark Saraceni, Art Vitello, Bill Kopp, Gordon Kent, Barry O'Brien, Gary Greenfield November 7, 1994 (1994-11-07) 406–425
Axl is forced to hunt Taz on his own when Bull Gator leaves for the Tazmania Hula-Hooping Championship Finals./Hotel critic F.H. Leghorn has come to the Hotel Tazmania, and Bushwhacker Bob is determined to get a passing review from him.
51 "Driving Mr. Taz; Mean Bear; Taz Museum" Lenord Robinson Gordon Kent, Bill Kopp, Art Vitello, Richard Mervin, Mark Young November 8, 1994 (1994-11-08) 406–435
Taz is taken out for a driving lesson./The Bushrats call upon Taz to defeat a cruel bear./The show advertises the Boulder Museum.
52 "Ticket Taker Taz; Taz2" Gary Hartle Sindy McKay, Mark Zaslove, Bruce Howard November 14, 1994 (1994-11-14) 406–436
Taz wins a pair of concert tickets, which Molly wants to relieve him
53 "Mutton for Nothing; Dr. Wendal and Mr. Taz" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Keith Baxter, Bob Smith, Barry O'Brien, David Schwartz November 15, 1994 (1994-11-15) 406–441
Taz arrives at the sheep meadow to fill in for Ralph Wolf, where Sam Sheepdog performs his usual predator-pounding job on him./Wendal Wolf mistakes a gamma-radiation chamber for a tanning booth, causing him to transform into a violent monster whenever Taz gets him upset.
54 " Taz-Mania Confidential; The Platypi Psonic Psensation Psimulator" Lenord Robinson Alan Katz, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, George Atkins, Mark Young November 21, 1994 (1994-11-21) 406–447
A film crew has arrived to expose every humiliating detail of the Tasmanian Devil family, even those that they make up./The Platypus Brothers use their new invention to probe Taz's memories for "unused" episode segments.
55 "The Not-So-Gladiators; One Ring Taz" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Art Vitello, Sindy McKay, Carol Corwin, Kim Campbell November 22, 1994 (1994-11-22) 406–448
Taz and Jean go on "Grub Gladiators" (a food-themed spoof of American Gladiators)./Taz wants to join the circus, so Mr. Thickly "helps" him find an act.
56 "Retakes Not Included; Pledge Dredge" Gary Hartle Sindy McKay, Art Vitello, Gordon Kent, Christopher Brough, Jim Ryan February 6, 1995 (1995-02-06) 406–452
The latest episode is filled with animation errors, and director Buddy Boar doesn't seem to grasp the concept of retakes./Mr. Thickly hosts a telethon to raise money for the show.
57 "Bushlad's Lament; Taz-Mania Comedy Institute" Keith Baxter Keith Baxter, David Schwartz February 13, 1995 (1995-02-13) 406–453
An elderly Francis, still having not achieved his manhood, is forced to pursue an equally-elderly Taz./A documentary on 16-ton weights is featured.
58 "Heartbreak Taz; Just Be 'Cuz" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Bill Kopp, Glenn Leopold, Timothy Williams February 14, 1995 (1995-02-14) 406–424
59 "The Taz Story Primer; Ask Taz" Douglas McCarthy Alan Katz, Art Vitello, Mark Zaslove, Gary Marks, Brenda Lilly February 20, 1995 (1995-02-20) 406–454
Molly is called on by the network to provide the plot for the week's episode./Everybody seems to find great wisdom in Taz's frequent line of "Taz hate water", so Bushwhacker Bob exploits it as a way to make money.
60 "It's a Taz's Life; Gee Bull!" Gary Hartle Gordon Kent, Art Vitello; Mark Zaslove, Rich Fogel, Fred Freiberger February 27, 1995 (1995-02-27) 406–456
Taz gets chosen by a TV host to have his life examined in retrospect./Bull Gator resorts to extreme teaching methods in order to knock some sense into Axl.
61 "Taz in Keeweeland; Stuck for Bucks; A Philosophical Taz Moment" Keith Baxter Chris Otsuki, Art Vitello, Gary Warne, Ron Friedman May 1, 1995 (1995-05-01) 406–457
Taz finds himself in a world filled with Kee-Wee birds, though it proves more dangerous than it looks./The need for immediate funds brings Taz into battle with his seemingly-indestructible piggy bank./Taz contemplates nature and his enslavement for food.
62 "The Origin of the Beginning of the Incredible Taz-Man; Francis Takes a Stand" Keith Baxter Keith Baxter, Henry T. Gilroy, Chris Otsuki, Gary Greenfield, Rich Fogel May 2, 1995 (1995-05-02) 406–465
Taz takes advice from Mr. Thickly on how to become a real-life superhero./Taz and Francis set up competing lemonade stands in hopes of making big money.
63 "Yet Another Road to Taz-Mania" Douglas McCarthy Henry Gilroy, Art Vitello, Charles M. Howell IV May 8, 1995 (1995-05-08) 406–458
Once more, Taz is stuck on a road trip with Hugh and Uncle Drew. This time, they're going bowling, and the spies are after their new bowling ball.
64 "Bad Luck Bottlecap; A Story with a Moral" Lenord Robinson Sindy McKay, Art Vitello, Alan Katz, Steve Brasfield, Glenn Leopold May 15, 1995 (1995-05-15) 406–459
65 "One Saturday in Taz-Mania; Platypi on Film" Lenord Robinson Sindy McKay, Art Vitello, Mark Zaslove, Steve Brasfield, Timothy Williams May 22, 1995 (1995-05-22) 406–463
Taz's lazy Saturday is continuously interrupted by Jake./The Platypus Brothers critique their favorite movies (all of them Taz-themed parodies of famous films).
Taz-Mania (video game)
DVD Name Ep # Release Date
Season 1, Part 1 13 May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14)
Season 1, Part 2 13 August 6, 2013 (2013-08-06)
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