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An updated iteration of the classic Looney Tunes characters focusing on their satirical misadventures living in suburbia.
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 Bugs Bunny / ... (52 episodes, 2011-2014)
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 Porky Pig / ... (42 episodes, 2011-2013)
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 Speedy Gonzales (27 episodes, 2011-2013)
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 Lola (25 episodes, 2011-2013)
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 Yosemite Sam / ... (25 episodes, 2011-2013)
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An updated iteration of the classic Looney Tunes characters focusing on their satirical misadventures living in suburbia.

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The CGI Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner shorts were only shown in Season One episodes. They were discontented for Season Two for unknown reasons. See more »

Crazy Credits

Following the closing credits, Porky Pig opens up the Warner Bros. "WB Shield" logo like a door and delivers his famous "That's All Folks!" line. See more »

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Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Master of Disguise (2013) See more »

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A Good way to ruin a classic
2 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I must admit, before I begin my hatred against TLTS and look forward to the next upcoming sellout, Change can be very good and beneficial when actual thought and passion is applied, but there's no change present here; just debauchery. They've taken timeless characters that nearly everyone has grown up loving and subjected them to the same lame, tasteless, crap-staining that has plagued newer characters that could never live up to the Looney Tunes on their best day.

The concept of funny with respects to Lola, is definitely different from what I perceive as funny. To me Lola's brand of "comedy" is highly akin to nails on a chalkboard. Once again I state that whoever did the "writing" for this show borrowed too heavily from Seth MacFarlane's treatment of Family Guy. This show's version of Lola might as well just be Peter Griffin wearing a rabbit suit, make-up, and a dress, for she's every bit as stupid and obnoxious as Peter, and frankly stupid characters alone are not funny. Laughing at a dumb character in a movie or cartoon is equivalent to laughing at the dumb kid in school who stuffs crayons up his nose and then makes fart noises.

To the position, about them being smarter than they at first seem, no they aren't, and even if you're going to argue about the so-called hidden level of intellect, they are still no where near the intelligent level of humor and character development that went into the original cartoons. The Looney Tunes are satirists, in addition to being universal and timeless. They should have at least played upon that characteristic that their original creators endowed them with. Instead of borrowing from the style of shows like Family Guy they should have borrowed more from shows like Duckman or Animaniacs including slapstick and zaniness along with the sitcom-style awkwardness.

People tend to think that the critics of this show are merely nostalgia-blinded, but firstly there is no such thing as nostalgia-blinded. Whenever studios try and do anything new using old characters and media they are trying to play the nostalgia card and draw in the appeal of the preexistence watchers, and one of the first rules when dealing with another artist's original characters and stories, is that you pay respect to the artist FIRST, then you deal with pleasing the fans. This show does neither. They spit in the original creators' faces while simultaneously ticking off a majority of the Looney Tune fans worldwide. That nonsense about appealing to a new generation is rubbish too. If kids weren't already fans of the Looney Tunes, they're not going to become fans by you making an unoriginal reinterpretation of them. This show just serves as an example of what happens when corporatism gets its hands on anything creative, they squeeze all the worth out of it until its nothing but a mangled shell of its former self.


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