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It's supposed to be a children's show so get over it. I understand that there are many mistakes but none of the children I know are going to sit down, watch this, and try to analyze this show. Even if the characters were introduced in the 20's and 30's, no child in their right mind is going to sit there and say "hmmmm, isn't Granny supposed to be younger?" or "Lola isn't supposed to be here. She showed up in Space Jam." So what if it's a rip-off of Muppet Babies or Rugrats. Every show is a ripoff of something. Here in Detroit, Baby Looney Tunes is shown from 9:30 am - 10:30 am. Therefore, little kids ages 1-4 are watching around this time. Bottom line, Baby Looney Tunes is made to entertain young children. Let them do that.
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