Dear John

After watching a movie together, Bugs explains to Lola what a Dear John letter is. Mutual mix-ups and misinterpretations lead to Lola and Bugs thinking that each of them want break up with each other; Bugs needed a repairman named John to fix his microwave and left a note saying it didn’t work, and Lola, not wanting any pests invading her home, left a note saying she did not want to see any more bugs. Lola joins a monastery where she undergoes a year of a vow of silence while Bugs travels the seas. Meanwhile, Daffy learns that Porky is on the city council and, wanting to experience the perks himself, gets elected to city council, only to find it boring and time consuming. He tries to use his bad attitude as an excuse to be removed, only for the public to love it and becomes immensely popular. A year later, Bugs and Lola learn of the misunderstanding and get back together while Daffy, who has become so popular the public wants to make his spot on the council permanent, fakes his death to escape his responsibilities and a statue is erected in his “memory”.