In the Ancient time of legendary heroes the Wacky Races race to find the golden fleece before the terrible Pluto (Dastardly) and Cerberus (Muttley) do.
In the Ancient time of legendary heroes, the Wacky Races race to find the golden fleece before the terrible Pluto (Dastardly) and Cerberus (Muttley) do.
To improve his terrible image, Dick Dastardly is forced to host a morning pre-school kiddie show with the help of his friends.
When Hollywood lures Peter away to a life of fame and fortune, he is replaced on the Wacky Races by an insane, but very handsome robot.
The Racers zoom through an Enchanted Forest on the way to Grannie's House with the help of guest Racer, Winsome Witch.
To celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee, our Victorian Racers compete using the latest in steam-powered automotive vehicles, until Dickie reveals his plan to take over 19th century England by queen-napping Victoria.
Thor, God of Thunder, challenges a crazed team of berserker Viking Racers to sail across the dangerous sea and discover America. Which they do, when they can be troubled to stop smiting everything they see.
The Racers are shanghaied by the King of the underwater city of Atlantis to race his vain and spoiled son through the depths of the Marianas Trench.
Pandora traps the team in their own video game, where the only way to escape is to win.
When evil penguins capture Santa Claus, the Racers are recruited by Mrs. Claus to save him.
A movie executive from Wacky Brothers Studios hires the team to star in a big budget action-filled movie version of their adventures - complete with zombies, mutant vampires, aliens, and even worse - Hollywood writers and directors.
In the most cultured episode of the Wacky Races ever, Dick Dastardly devotes an entire show to acting out the works of William Shakespeare with the help of the other Racers.
In a homage to Bollywood musicals, the Wacky Races zoom through Mumbai in an effort to bring two star-crossed lovers from feuding families together.
Hard boiled 1930's private detective Bad Penny Pitstop is hired to track down Peter's stolen lunchbox in a race against Dastardly and the Gruesome Twosome.
A race through the Sahara Desert to the Pyramids of Giza leads the Racers to uncover ancient aliens' plot to conquer the world.
Deep in the heart of Africa, the Racers and guest racer Pandora Pitstop, get trapped in the labyrinthine and trap laden mines of King Solomon.
After Dastardly's cheating goes too far he is banished from the Wacky Races by the creators of the original show. His friends do their best to defend him before a jury of the worst cartoon villains ever. Featuring the return of The Hooded Claw.
Penelope is kidnapped by aliens and forced to compete in a space race against strange but oddly familiar aliens, and only Space Ghost can save us all.
When a bolt of lighting rewires Dastardly's brain so everyone he sees looks like Muttley, the Racers must dare to travel to the most horrible, dangerous, despicable, awful place in the universe, Dastardly's mind.
Peter Perfect travels to stop evil space emperor Dastardly.
A giant-sized Muttley attacks Tokyo.
The Racers find themselves in Storyland.
IQ accidentally ages the Racers into their 80s.
Muttley's double life as a secret agent comes to light.
Lord Dast enlists his army to steal a powerful pendant.
The super-city of Wackopolis is thrown into peril.
The future version of Dastardly returns to alter history.
Dastardly is zapped into a world run by cats.
Tiny's creator finds the missing half of his brain.
Dastardly swaps places with his royal doppelganger.
The Racers are invited to the grand opening of Wackyland, the world's first racing-themed amusement park!
After Dastardly finally wins a race with a bout of particularly nasty tricks, he is "awarded" a cursed idol that torments him endlessly with terrible luck.
Dastardly meets the one and only member of his fan club, a six year old girl. But when she turns out to be even nastier and more deceitful than he is, he challenges her to a race.
In a twist on the classic Tortoise and the Hare fable, the racers take on guest star Huckleberry Hound in a romp through the Appalachian Mountains.
Our racers star as the Lords and Lady's of Enlightenment-era England as they entertain themselves with a challenge to sneak off to France and smuggle an aristocrat back to London.
Brick Crashman retells the classic story of the wacky and fun-filled Trojan War staring the Racers as the ancient heroes of Homer's Iliad.
In a bid to attract more fans to the show, a Wacky Network executive convinces the racers to change the show's format to attract a younger, hipper audience.
Dastardly's ill fated attempt to upgrade the Mean Machine accidentally causes all the race cars to gain self awareness and free will.
When IQ accidently erases the Racer's memories, the team members fall into a zany identity crisis. Will the racers ever discover their "true selves" again?