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The Legend of Burrito Monday, Part 1/The Legend of Burrito Monday, Part 2
Billionaire Elmer Fudd needs to learn the true meaning of Burrito Monday, when people of the world treat each other to a delicious burrito.

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Undercover Bunny, Part 1/Undercover Bunny, Part 2
Bugs Bunny is tricked by Foxy Foxworth into stealing a super laser. After realizing his mistake, he teams up with Pepe Le Pew and Claudette.

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The Magnificent Millicent/The Wrong Stuff
Bugs Bunny is discovered by famous gymnastics coach Millicent and has to survive her training methods to win two hundred pounds of carrots. Then, Daffy Duck is going to be launched into space to become the first one to walk on the moon.

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Out of Towner Alien Encounter/Down Horace-Scope
Marvin the Martian kidnaps Bugs Bunny and forces Bugs to help him take over the earth. Then, Horace and Porky go undercover on a submarine to capture its captain, who they suspect is stealing all the sponges from the bottom of the ocean.

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The Silly Six, Part 1/The Silly Six, Part 2
Bugs Bunny has to drive salesman Reginald St. Archibald to Tombstone City. When Bugs finds out Reginald plans to blow up the town and build toaster oven factory, he recruits Sam, Elmer, Blacques Jacques and Punkinhead and Curt to stop him.

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Formula One Bunny/Daffy Goes Hollywood
Bugs Bunny goes up against Cecil the Turtle in a Formula one Grand Prix. Then, When Elmer Fudd casts Daffy as a star in his commercial, he realizes quickly the error of his judgement.

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Armageddon Outta Here, Part 1/Armageddon Outta Here, Part 2
The gang teams up to stop an Asteroid from destroying the earth.

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Dorlock Vice, Pt. 1/Dorlock Vice, Pt. 2
Florida Police Detectives Sonny Dorlock and Ricardo Pigs have to find crime boss Mr. Big.

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The Loonies, Pt.1/The Loonies, Pt. 2
Porky Pig is searching for the lost treasure of Silverboots the Pirate. When Treasure Hunter Daffy Duck comes to help him, he does more harm than good.

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Lake, Rattle and Roll/It Paint All It's Cracked Up to Be
Bugs shows up to Lake Funsite Summer Camp to receive training to a camp counselor. Then, Elmer Fudd hires Sylvester, Claude and Pete Puma to paint his house.

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Wabbit, a show aired on Cartoon Network from 2015 to 2020, was a delightful animated reboot of the iconic Looney Tunes franchise featuring one of its most beloved characters, Bugs Bunny. It is also known as "New Looney Tunes" for its latter seasons. Targeting young viewers but maintaining a nostalgic spirit for classic animation fans, the show provides a refreshing take on the beloved classic, interspersing modern yet timeless humor in each episode. The whimsical series reintroduces us to the expeditious Bugs Bunny, but with a renewed look based on his original design and personality from the Looney Tunes cartoons of the late 1930s and early 1940s. He still munches on his carrot in a nonchalant manner, still slyly outwits his opponents, and still retains his iconic slate-gray fur, although with a slightly rounded appearance to appeal to younger audiences. In "Wabbit", Bugs Bunny is back in a more protagonistic role, traversing a series of hare-brained escapes, while constantly involved in one funny situation after the other. His adversaries remain the same, albeit with a novel twist. Fans see a return of characters such as Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, and Wile E. Coyote, albeit with a fresh twist. The lively and instinctive style of the show is a callback to the golden age of animation, complete with visual gags, slapstick humor, and dialogues full of witticisms. "Wabbit" showcases the good-natured rabbit in an array of stories that sees him globetrotting to different locations, from the bustling city streets to the frozen tundra, from arid deserts to lush jungles. His exploits challenge him to confront antagonistic characters, absurd situations, and mind-boggling puzzles, thus leading to a lot of laugh-out-loud moments and thrilling adventures. Unlike the original Looney Tunes, "Wabbit" is not merely a collection of independent shorts. Instead, each episode is part of a continuous narrative building up a quietly charming world revolved around Bugs Bunny. Despite the continual plot, the show maintains a highly episodic structure, so each segment can be enjoyed on its own. What differentiates this series from its predecessors is the distinctly modern feel. Its animation style is slicker and cleaner, with fluid motions, vivid colors, and more detailed backgrounds. Additionally, the show's humorous tone slightly deviates from the timeless slapstick humor and embraces a more contemporary, yet still faithful, comedic style, aiming for both verbal and physical jokes. The result is a humor that appeals to various age groups, with in-jokes for adults and straight-up silliness for kids. The voice cast of "Wabbit" does an excellent job, too. Voice actor Jeff Bergman replicates the voice of Bugs Bunny artfully, effectively capturing the old charm yet introducing a unique flair. The remaining cast fits perfectly into their respective roles, breathing new life into their classic characters as well. The narrative framework and the music are other aspects where the show shines. The music by Joshua Funk has a classic flair yet brims with contemporary energy, further enhancing the show's appeal. "Wabbit" serves not only as a revival of a cherished installment, but it also encourages moral learning for the younger audience. Albeit subtly, the show progresses in a manner that espouses values of wit, compassion, courage, and even environmental consciousness to its viewers. Overall, Cartoon Network's "Wabbit successfully balances the old-world charm of a classic with a fresh approach tailored to modern viewers. By bringing back iconic characters, infusing the narrative with modern humor, and maintaining commendable production values, the series ensures a delightful viewing experience for audiences of all ages. If you're a longtime Looney Tunes fan pining for a nostalgic taste, or a young spectator looking to enjoy some light-hearted comedy, "Wabbit" is a show that's a joy to watch.

Wabbit is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 12 seasons with a total of 222 episodes, the show debuted on 2015. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 5.8.

Cartoon Network
Jeff Bergman, Dee Bradley Baker, Bob Bergen
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