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This is one of the worst cartoon shows to ever be thought up. It features the Looney Tunes gang as babies whose characters are not at all identical to their grownup counterparts (with the exception of Daffy). To make matters worse, there is not an ounce of creativity put into this show. The episodes are ripped off from plots of other shows such as "Rugrats" and "Muppet Babies." For example, there was an episode where the babies experienced their first snowfall. Wasn't there a "Rugrats" episode like that? There was also an episode where the babies go out to play in the puddles and Daffy is afraid to get into the water (ironic isn't it?). There was a "Muppet Babies" episode just like this where Fozzie was afraid to swim.
Not only do they rip off other episodes, they make the mistake of adding Lola Bunny from SPACE JAM. I feel that Lola was very unnecessary. She is not even an actual Looney Tune. They also added Melissa the duck who appeared in such classic WB shorts as THE SCARLET PUMPERNICKLE and MUSSEL TUSSEL.
Overall, I feel that this show is a total disgrace to the classic cartoons that WB produced from the 30's through 60's. I bet that Chuck Jones, Michael Maltese, and Bob Clampett (to name a few) have made thousands of revolutions in their graves when this godawful show came out. It will be a blessing when this show goes off the air after the creators run out of "Rugrats" and "Muppet Babies" episodes from which to copy.
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