|I'm Okay You're Taz|
|Written by:||Mark Saraceni|
|Date aired:||December 14, 1991|
|Previous episode:||Pup Goes the Wendal|
|Next episode:||Comic Madness|
The title is a play on the 1969 self-help book I'm Okay, You're Okay.
Buddy Boar gets Taz to try his new "Buddy Like Me" personality makeover tape, which lets the user "participate in the unequaled joy of the Buddy experience." The subliminal messages cause Taz to become even better at being Buddy than Buddy is. Taz even speaks with a plain voice now. Buddy becomes jealous, and attempts to get Taz to revert to his old ways, but nothing works until he inadvertently drops a boulder on Taz's head.
- One of the boulders that falls on Taz and Buddy appears in the Boulder Museum.