然后，他们给自己染上金发，在汽车旅馆里当服务员，然后在所有的钱都走了之后，他们终于在浴室的屋顶上开始下起了毛毛雨。金色染料消失，监狱的枷锁被闪电击碎（Zinken＆Ogiermann，2011）。然后，现场代表Daffy成为一名巫师，但警察将他们送回监狱，一年后他们从那里被释放。在逃离Bugs Bunny这么辛苦的努力之后，他在离开监狱时开始哭泣。它代表了这个调整以及Bug对这个地方的愉快情绪，而不管它是否是监狱。在这个场景中，他不想离开监狱房屋（Ryan，2013），这里描述了对Bugs Bunny心灵的环境影响。
角色的起源是基于全部的小说，这是为了喜剧和疯狂的逃避场景的唯一目的，它描绘了角色的聪明和狡猾的本质。臭虫 – 来自Bugsy的词意味着疯狂，它定义了很多人物。从长头发野兔（Raczaszek＆Cowley，2012）中可以看出。
Impact of environment can be illustrated from the episode- Jailbird and Jaibunny where Bugs and Daffy are sent to jail for the charges regarding contempt of court. It happens during the hearing of Daffy the Duck (Garnier, 2008).
Soon, Bugs Bunny starts enjoying the environment of prison as many people serve him food and do all the cooking (Andersen, 2013).
He starts insulting all the other inmates of prison without any fear of payback and then after a quarrel with one of the inmate, both of them find themselves on the lam (Bundgaard, 2010).
Then they colour themselves blonde and turn as waiters in a motel and then after all the money gone they end up on the roof of a bathroom and it starts drizzling. The golden dye gets vanished and the shackles from jail get broken by the lightening (Zinken & Ogiermann, 2011). Then, the scene represents Daffy as a wizard but the cops send them back to the prison and after one year they get released from that place. Here, after so much tiring efforts of escaping Bugs Bunny starts crying as he is leaving the jail. It represents the adjustment as well as delightful emotions of Bugs towards the place regardless the fact that it is a jail. Environmental impact on the mind of Bugs Bunny is described here in this scene where he doesn’t want to leave the premises of the jail (Ryan, 2013).
The origin of the character is based on total fiction which is for the sole purpose of comedy and insane escaping scenes which depicts the cleverness as well as cunning nature of the character. Bugs- the word that has come from Bugsy which means crazy and it defines the character a lot. It can be seen from the episode Long-Haired Hare (Raczaszek & Cowley, 2012).