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|Of Bushrats and Hugh|
|Written by:|| Henry Gilroy|
|Date aired:||September 25, 1993|
|Previous episode:||Because It's There|
|Next episode:||A Taz Moment|
Taz and Hugh harvest oranges from the tree in front of their house, but two of them roll away. Meanwhile, The Bushrats are hunting a water buffalo, which merely flicks them away with its tail. They are too tired and hungry to continue the hunt, but the stray oranges land right on top of them. They find them tasty and track their origin to the tree. They steal an orange right under Hugh's nose. When they return for more Hugh sprays them away with a hose. They come back again and poke holes in the hose, then chase Taz and Hugh up the tree. Taz proposes sharing with them, but Hugh wants war. However, since he didn't bring any tools or weapons up the tree with him, he must use oranges as ammunition. When the Bushrats have been chased away, Taz and Hugh survey the destroyed tree. Taz asks "Did we win?" and Hugh responds somberly "What do you think, son?"