As the Co-hosts of the series, it would make sense for Buster and Babs to be a couple, due to their adventures together without their friends.
Buster has been shown many times to be attracted to Babs, though the feeling is usually mutual.
In the episode, Thirteensomething, Buster goes through a depressing state when he misses Babs, even saying he might end up as the mayor of Palm Springs.
In the It's Buster Bunny Time episode segment, The Anvil Chorus, Buster tells Plucky to be careful as Babs might have been hurt, showing that he cares about Babs and would hate to see her hurt.
In 32 league games for Ulm in 2015–16, he averaged 10.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.
Kelly last year (06) and the couple is "madly in love", according to friends.
In the Henny Youngman Day episode segment, Lame Joke, after Buster's Joke dies, Babs tries to comfort him by saying that he should take some time to mourn the lost of his joke and that someday he'll make a new one, then she kisses him on the cheek.
At the end of the episode, Thirteensomething, Babs is about to give Buster a kiss, but pulls down a shade, telling the viewers that their kiss is private.
Babs has been shown to be easily attracted to Buster, though the feeling is usually mutual.
In the episode, Prom-ise Her Anything, when Babs hints to Buster about taking her to the prom, he nervously retreats from her, not because he doesn't want to go with her, but because he doesn't know how to dance.