Appearances on the Show
- Journey to the Center of Acme Acres (Minor role)
- Looking Out For the Little Guy, episode segment, The Re-Return of the Toxic Revenger (Minor role)
- The Acme Acres Zone, episode segment, A Walk on the Flip Side (Minor role)
- You Asked For it, episode segment, Sleight of Hare (Minor role)
- The Wacko World of Sports, episode segment, Tennis The Menace (Cameo)
- Tiny Toon Music Television, music video, Money (That's What I Want) (Cameo)
- Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian (Cameo)
- Love Disconnection, episode segment, My Dinner with Elmyra (Minor role)
- Best of Buster Day, episode segment, Maid to Re-order (Supporting role)
Appearances in Video Games
- Tiny Toon Adventures for NES: Grovely appears in the Monty's Mansion stage. He turns out the lights, making the stage more difficult to see.
- Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland for NES: He is the guard for the Fun House stage, and will only let Buster in if either he has enough gold tickets (4) or normal tickets (50).
- "Very good, Sir."
- "Why don't we just turn on the pool faucet as usual, Sir?"
- "Ladies, Gentlemen, and you too, Master Monty."
- It is revealed in the Best of Buster Day episode segment, Maid to Re-order, that Grovely lives in Monty's Mansion with his family. Although he has a fairly primary role in this episode, his appearance and personality differ. He is much older and his hair is gray. He also has a mustache, which is also gray. This version of him has a wife and two kids (one boy, one girl), and he seems slightly kinder. This incarnation appeared to be based on Max's one-time butler, Jeeves, from the Life in the 90s episode segment, Paper Trained, implying that the two butlers were merged into a single character for the episode, having Jeeves' design and Grovely's identity and voice.
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