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Bugs shares the tale of SuperRabbit, with himself as SuperRabbit, Elmer Fudd as Lex Luthor, and Daffy as Zod!

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Best Friends Redux
Daffy travels back in time to befriend Bugs to secure the fact that he is Bugs' oldest friend.

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Mr. Weiner
Daffy competes in a hot dog-eating contest at the fair, while Bugs helps Yosemite Sam perform an unimaginable stunt.

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Here Comes the Pig
Daffy persuades Porky to go on a road trip to Porky's third grade girlfriend's wedding in an attempt to win her back after all these years.

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Gossamer Is Awesomer
Daffy assists Gossamer in his running for class president; Porky moves in with Bugs and Daffy after his business fails.

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Year of the Duck
Daffy learns that the Chinese zodiac fails to include ducks; Porky thinks it's the Year of the Pig.

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The Shell Game
Cecil Turtle plots to con Bugs out of money. Elsewhere, Daffy and Lola look for the perfect recliner to replace Daffy's broken one.

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Ridiculous Journey
Taz, Tweety and Sylvester team up for an epic journey home.

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The Grand Old Duck of York
Daffy takes piano lessons, forcing Bugs to get earplugs. Soon, Bugs realizes they are useful for more than just blocking out Daffy's playing.

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Gribbler's Quest
Daffy shops compulsively on the Web using Bugs' credit card; Bugs gets hooked on a video game.

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Mrs. Porkbunny's
Bugs and Porky start a partnership selling carrot cake, but soon become divided.

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The Black Widow
Daffy drags Porky along on spring break after everyone else turns him down, and the two quickly end up in jail in a small town in Mexico.

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Daffy Duck Esquire
Daffy fakes a career as a lawyer to impress Tina's dad. The ruse also forces Bugs to pose as a slacker roommate.

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Spread Those Wings and Fly
Daffy becomes a flight attendant after he fails to learn how to fly.

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Dear John
Miscommunication leads Lola and Bugs to break up. Lola joins a monastery, while Bugs sails around the world.

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We're in Big Truffle
While babysitting, Lola reads a spell book as a bedtime story to Gossamer and accidentally transforms him into a frog. Meanwhile, a get-rich-quickscheme gets Daffy and Porky lost in the woods and attacked by a giant bear.

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A Christmas Carol
Lola decides to stage her own version of A Christmas Carol to renew the town's holiday spirit. Plus, the cast sings about whyChristmas is such a wonderful holiday.

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It's a Handbag!
Daffy's world turns chaotic when his handbag is stolen at the mall, prompting him to hire Porky as his full-time bodyguard.Lola searches the globe for the ultimate anniversary gift for Bugs.

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The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe and the Saint
Porky decides to run a marathon, disrupting Daffy's definition of everyone's roles in their circle of friends. Plus, Yosemite Sam tries to get his guns back.

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Customer Service
An argument over cable TV leads Bugs to seek revenge.

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Father Figures
Volunteering in the Father Figure program, Porky and the troubled Henry Hawk are paired up and Foghorn with Daffy, who may have lied about his age.

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Semper Lie
When Bugs tells a small lie to Porky, the consequences are unforeseen - even prompting Daffy to join the U.S.

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Rebel Without a Glove
When Bugs loses a glove, he is heartbroken. The motorcycle gloves he gets as a replacement influence him to be a rebel.

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Itsy Bitsy Gopher
Daffy and Lola search for a missing gopher. Meanwhile, Bugs nearly destroys his home in an attempt to find an elusive spider.

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You've Got Hate Mail
Daffy sends an insulting email to everyone he knows an accident.

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Bobcats on Three!
In the Season 2 premiere, Daffy becomes the coach for a water-polo team despite his lack of knowledge of the game and swimming. Meanwhile, Bugs goes wild for Porky's cooking and gains weight.

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The Looney Tunes Show, produced by Cartoon Network from 2011 to 2014, is an American animated sitcom featuring a colourful and high-spirited cast of the legendary Looney Tunes characters in an entirely new setting. This revitalized presentation of a classic ensemble of characters offers a modern twist on some of Warner Bros.' most renowned and beloved characters, tailored for a new generation of viewers while also offering plenty of nostalgia for those who remember the original Looney Tunes.

Rather than following the traditional short format, typical for the original Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, The Looney Tunes Show adopts a half-hour episode format that narrates the unique tales of these vibrant characters living in a regular suburban neighborhood. In this reinterpretation, the kooky and charmingly eccentric characters are seen experiencing contemporary scenarios, often leading to hilarious and endearing situations.

The show centers around Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck as the main characters. They live together in the suburbs of Los Angeles, behaving like an old married couple, with Bugs playing the straight man to Daffy's absurd, yet hilariously dimwitted shenanigans and schemes. However, the neighborhood has not supplanted the forest; instead, it adds a novel backdrop against which the well-known traits and personalities of the characters shine brightly.

The Looney Tunes roster includes other legendary characters like Porky Pig, Sylvester, Tweety, Road Runner, Yosemite Sam, and Lola Bunny, to name a few. They are all skillfully layered into the narrative fabric, giving each character unique storylines that flawlessly intersect with the larger plot arcs. Each character maintains their individual personality traits, yet they are modernized to keep pace with the contemporary world, effectively connecting with the current day audience.

The animation style in The Looney Tunes Show is a blend of the traditional and contemporary. The classic vibrant colors and illustrative energy of the original cartoons are charged with updated animation technology, which adds a polished feel to the visuals. The show also distinguishes itself with its music, featuring various classic and original songs that aptly complement the story and offer entertainment in their own right.

While maintaining the comedic tone inherent in the characters, the show doesn't shy away from broaching adult humor and intricate storylines, making it enjoyable for a wide age demographic. The Looney Tunes Show, like its predecessors, leverages physical comedy, slapstick humor, and lively dialogue to keep the audience engaged and laughing.

Each episode typically starts with a sitcom-style setup, usually instigated by Daffy's harebrained antics or some similar plot device. This primary plotline often dovetails with a secondary storyline, involving other Looney Tunes characters, creating a rich tapestry of narratives that converge in often surprising and hilarious ways. Ahalf-hour episode often wraps up with a traditional Looney Tunes short, including "Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner," leaving viewers with that familiar and iconic zest of classic Looney Tunes.

Seasoned voice actors drive the characters' portrayal in The Looney Tunes Show, with Jeff Bergman lending his voice to both Bugs and Daffy, bringing an authentic and nostalgic feel to these iconic characters. Other voice talents, like Bob Bergen as Porky Pig, or Kristen Wiig as a new, revitalized version of Lola Bunny, add depth and vibrancy to the troupe.

In essence, The Looney Tunes Show is a clever reimagining of a nostalgic piece of animation history. The show possesses all the charm, charisma, and zany humor of the classic Looney Tunes while adapting to a contemporary setting and narrative arc. Perfect for children and adults alike, it delivers both a fresh perspective on iconic characters and a nostalgic stroll down memory lane for older viewers longing for a taste of the classic animation era. Credit goes to the creators for this superior blend of vintage charm, modern humor, and relatable narratives that herald the triumphant return of our beloved Looney Tunes.

The Looney Tunes Show is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 52 episodes, the show debuted on 2011. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.7.

Cartoon Network
Rob Paulsen, Joe Alaskey, Jess Harnell, June Foray, Bob Bergen, Stan Freberg, Billy West, Eric Bauza, Jeff Bennett, Kath Soucie, Jim Cummings, Maurice LaMarche, Frank Welker, Grey DeLisle, Kristen Wiig, Dee Bradley Baker, Tara Strong, Jeff Bergman, Daran Norris, Fred Armisen, Jennifer Esposito, Roz Ryan, Stephanie Courtney, Annie Mumolo
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