|Tweet and Lovely|
The cartoon's title is a play on the 1931 song "Sweet and Lovely".
Sylvester (who lives in an apartment building next to Tweety's yard) hears Tweety Bird singing and looks through the window with his telescope. Tweety sees him, grabs a towel, exclaims "I taw I taw a peeking tom cat!", and shuts the door after saying "That nasty old peeking tom cat!".
Sylvester sees Hector the Bulldog (known as Spike in this cartoon) sleeping next to the pole that holds Tweety's birdhouse. He sneaks and climbs the pole. Spike awakens and pulls him down. Sylvester smiles and pushes Spike's mad face into a glad face, but Spike changes his face back to mad and chases him back to his apartment.
Sylvester uses a grabber to grab Tweety. Tweety avoids it until Spike climbs up a ladder and uses the grabber to knock Sylvester repeatedly against the wall, while Tweety scolds Sylvester saying, "Bad Old Puddy Tat!". Sylvester builds a robot dog, but it attacks him, so he destroys it.
Sylvester makes a smoke bomb and dashes into the smoke-covered yard, bumping into Spike, who then drives him from the yard.
Sylvester uses a pogo stick to approach Tweety's birdhouse, passing Spike and grabs Tweety. As he is about to pogo away, Spike opens a manhole. Sylvester falls in and Tweety escapes.
Sylvester makes a storm cloud formula to prevent Spike from coming, but he trips, creating a storm in his room instead.
Sylvester makes himself invisible using vanishing cream, hits Spike with a brick and grabs Tweety. As Sylvester climbs down the pole, Tweety wonders why he is floating. Spike sprays Sylvester with green paint, forces him to give him Tweety and punches the cat out of the yard.
In a final attempt to get ride of Spike, Sylvester makes a bomb camera, but it explodes before he can deliver it. Sylvester appears with angel wings, saying "Hmph! It's a good thing pussycats have nine lives".
- VHS - Sylvester and Tweety's Crazy Capers
- VHS - The Looney Tunes Video Show, Volume 13
- VHS - Tweety: Tweet and Lovely (same print as Sylvester and Tweety's Crazy Capers in American version, but same print as The Looney Tunes Video Show Volume 13 in European version)
- VHS - Classic Collection (WHSmith Exclusive Video) (United Kingdom only)
- On ABC Tweety's lines "and another!" which is heard twice is cut to reduce the offscreen violence of Hector (Spike) clobbering Sylvester against the wall with the grabber.
- Although Hector the Bulldog was already given his name beginning in the short "Fowl Weather", for some reason he is referred to as "Spike" in this cartoon.
- While Tweety is bathing, Sylvester looks at him (with binoculars, as Tweety sings in his birdhouse's bathtub & discovers the spying cat,) his remark is not the normal "Ew, I tawt I taw a putty tat!" This time he says "Ew, I tawt I taw a peeping tom cat." Tweety's use of the term "peeking tom cat" earlier in the cartoon is a play on the term "peeping tom". The term Peeping Tom is normally used on a man who secretly peeps on women (especially through the windows).
- Tweety's line of dialogue "And another!" from this cartoon is later reused in the Road Runner CGI short "Flash in the Pain" in 2014.