The episode “Elephant Factors” first and vital aired on September 18, 1991, and for as a minimum two-thirds of the episode, it performs out compatible fancy every assorted episode of “Minute Toon Adventures.” The vital section, “Why Dizzy Can’t Learn,” is set the dangers of staring at too mighty television and the scheme it might possibly indulge in a outrageous enact on your literacy. The second section, “C.L.I.D.E. and Prejudice,” talks about how status isn’t well worth the agonize. Both segments seem fancy reasonably no longer new sketches that educate a indubitably vital lesson in a mode that’s easy for children to designate.
But it’s the third and closing section, merely titled “One Beer,” that can also neutral be a minute too blunt with its messaging. The section deals with the dangers of alcohol and has Buster, Courageous, and Hamton getting inebriated, committing crimes, and in the discontinuance using off a cliff. It’s a section that’s about as inappropriately practical because it’s a ways emotionally annoying for a minute one (the episode does as a minimum launch up off with a narrate material warning).
It’s easy to assemble why this episode used to be banned from airing all as soon as more in syndication. Whereas it’s a ways a indubitably vital topic to present children, it might possibly well also’ve been somewhat too trusty for children succor then. “Minute Toon Adventures” is currently streaming on Hulu (saunter, the total episode of “Elephant Factors” is included), whereas its follow-up series “Minute Toons Looniversity” is slated to conclude at some point soon in 2022 on HBO Max.