Tiny Toon Adventures, Buster and Babs help some outdated black-and-white cartoon characters from the 1930s, who become so popular that Tiny Toons is cancelled to make room for their new show.
Precognitive or not, Tiny Toons was cancelled that spring to make room for Animaniacs (1993-1998).
The frame story: three black-and-white characters, Yacko, Wacko, and Dot, were too zany for 1930s audiences, so they were locked in the water tower at Warner Brothers Studios.
Fifty years later, they escaped to unleash their zaniness on the world.
Wait -- children were locked in a water-tower prison?
First, Tiny Toons had ample gay subtexts, but Wacko and Yacko were preteen horndogs, aggressively heterosexual, sexually aware, and probably sexually active. When a woman with big breasts comes on state, they all but have orgasms on the spot. They leap into the arms of the big-breasted nurse so often that their leering "Hello, nurse!" became a catchphrase.
Dot disapproves of the activity, but when a handsome man approaches, she throws herself at him in a fit of heterosexual mania.
Their cartoons were horrible, but the subsidiary features were even worse.
1. Slappy Squirrel, an aging, raunchy cartoon character from the 1930s, and her grandson.
2. The Goodfeathers, gangster pigeons
3. Rita and Runt, a showtune-singing cat and stupid dog.
4. Some others that I don't remember.
See also: Pinky and the Brain