“Toon In With Me” is asking fans for their favorite Bugs Bunny episodes to help us celebrate the Best of Bugs Bunny the week of May 3rd on MeTV. Watch weekdays at 7A | 6C.

Pick your favorite Bugs Bunny Episode

"Baton Bunny" (1959)

Bugs takes on the unexpected role of being an orchestra conductor.

"Hare-Way to the Stars" (1958)

Suffering from a rabbit-hangover, Bugs accidentally climbs onto a rocket ship and is taken to Marvin the Martian's home.

"What’s Opera, Doc?" (1957)

Elmer Fudd is hunting Bugs Bunny and chases him into an opera, acting out their characters.

"Show Biz Bugs" (1957)

Daffy and Bugs in vaudeville. A prototype for the opening of TV’s “Bugs Bunny Show”, which would premiere on ABC primetime a few years later.

"Broomstick Bunny" (1956)

Bugs makes a visit to Witch Hazel, who is infatuated with her own ugliness and needs a rabbit for her stew.

"A Star Is Bored" (1956)

Daffy Duck is jealous of Bugs Bunny's stardom. He demands to be put into a film and lands a role as Bugs' stunt double.

"Devil May Hare" (1954)

In an effort to avoid being eaten, Bugs helps Taz find food. He feeds him an inflatable pig, a chicken made of bubblegum and then phones in a wife for Taz. (Debut of Tasmanian Devil and the Tasmanian She-Devil.)

"Bully for Bugs" (1953)

Bugs Bunny ends up in a bull fight in Mexico.

"Duck! Rabbit! Duck!" (1953)

Bugs and Daffy argue over the technicalities of whether it's duck season or rabbit.

"Rabbit Fire" (1951)

Elmer is out hunting when Bugs and Daffy each try to trick him into shooting the other.

"8 Ball Bunny" (1950)

Bugs agrees to help a performing penguin when he accidentally misses his bus home.

"Hillbilly Hare" (1950)

While vacationing in the Ozark Mountains, Bugs Bunny encounters Curt and Pumpkinhead Martin, who are duped by Bugs into a violent square dance.

"The Rabbit of Seville" (1950)

Elmer's hunting for Bugs lands them both on stage at the Hollywood Bowl.

"What's Up, Doc?" (1950)

Released by Warner Bros. Pictures in 1950 to celebrate Bugs Bunny's 10th birthday that year, in which he recounts his life story to a reporter from the "Disassociated Press”.

"Long-Haired Hare" (1949)

Bugs distracts Giovanni Jones from practicing for his concert.

"Rabbit Hood" (1949)

While stealing a carrot in Sherwood Forest on the king’s property, Bugs gets caught by the sheriff.

"Wild and Woolly Hare" (1949)

Bugs and Yosemite Sam duel one another, each claiming to be sharp shooters. The duel escalates from a saloon to trains.

"Gorilla My Dreams" (1948)

Bugs is adrift at sea in a barrel when he suddenly is rescued by a matronly gorilla who thinks he’s her baby.

"Haredevil Hare" (1948)

Bugs is launched into space on a test flight and encounters Marvin the Martian on the moon, as he is attempting to blow up the earth.

"Rabbit Punch" (1948)

Spectator Bugs is dragged into the boxing ring by The Crusher after Bugs questions the athlete’s boxing ability.

"A Hare Grows In Manhattan" (1947)

Now a Hollywood star, Bugs tells a reporter of his humble beginnings on the east side of New York.

"Slick Hare" (1947)

Elmer Fudd finds Bugs in the kitchen and decides to use him in the meal (at the request of Humphrey Bogart).

"Baseball Bugs" (1946)

Bugs plays every defensive position against the Gashouse Gorillas. One of Bugs’ most popular ones -- the origin of the popular baseball term “Bugs Bunny changeup”.

"Hare Raising Hare" (1946)

A mad scientist sends a beautiful rabbit-robot to lure Bugs in as food for his monster.

"Rhapsody Rabbit" (1946)

Bugs Bunny attempts to perform a piano solo of Liszt's "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" but is foiled by a little mouse.

"Hare Trigger" (1945)

Yosemite Sam means to hold up the Superchief and Bugs is out to stop him. The first Yosemite Sam appearance, and perhaps his best cartoon.

"Little Red Riding Rabbit" (1944)

Riding hood takes Bugs over to Granny’s house and finds a note to leave Bugs at the door, not knowing the Big Bad Wolf is inside.

"What’s Cookin', Doc?" (1944)

Bugs Bunny tries to change the minds of the Academy Awards voters when they award James Cagney an Oscar instead of him.

"Wackiki Wabbit" (1943)

Two castaways are starving on a raft. They come upon an island inhabited by Bugs Bunny, who looks like a tasty meal.

"Wabbit Trouble" (1941)

While camping, Elmer Fudd runs into the menacing Bugs Bunny.