The Looney Tunes Show: There Goes The Neighborhood S1P2
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Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Foghorn, Sylvester, Tweety, Granny and all your favorite Looney friends are back! It's The Looney Tunes Show! Get ready to laugh till it hurts, when the Looney Tunes gang takes you on one hilarious roller coaster ride of fun after another! It's episode after episode of Looney Tunes adventure and Looney Tunes insanity for the whole family to enjoy. And wait, there's more! Not only will you get all these side-splitting madcap shows, you'll also get brand new Merrie Melodies and Road Runner shorts. The laughs never end with The Looney Tunes Show! Includes the 2nd half of the 1st season, 14 episodes.]]>
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"Newspaper Thief" - Daffy Duck suspects that one of his neighbors is swiping the newspapers off his front step. So when Bugs Bunny organizes an apology dinner party for the neighbors, Daffy leaps into action to find the culprit.
"Bugs and Daffy Get a Job" - Bugs goes to work at the office with Porky Pig, while Daffy gets some work done on his face.
First appearance: Dr. Weisberg (Although he's an original character like Tina Russo, he, too, became a recurring character in the series. Plus, he kinda resembles a bit like Dr. I.Q. Hi from the "Duck Dodgers" series.)
"That's My Baby" - Daffy is forced into babysitting no thanks to Tina, and Bugs sees that Porky is gullible to any and every given offer.
"Off Duty Cop" - After meeting his TV idol at a book signing, and realizing he's nothing but an actor, Daffy Duck goes into being a real off-duty cop with Porky by his side. In the B-story, Bugs goes into a frenzy from giving up coffee for an energy drink he bought from Yosemite Sam.
"French Fries" - As football season approaches, Daffy becomes rather upset on account of Porky taking his share of fries. (Seriously ?)
"The Shelf" - Bugs wins the Nobel Peace Prize. Now he needs a place to put it, and boy is it frustrating !
"Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder" - Daffy thinks that Porky is a wanted man - er, pig - and tries to turn him in. Also, Bugs tends to Lola Bunny who broke her leg.Read more ›
On the other hand, these discs do emphasize the creepy, sadomasochistic vibe that exists between Daffy (the tormentor) and Porky (his willing victim) which, by the end of the "Murder" episode on disc two, has become more twisted and mirthlessly violent than it needs to be. "Is this funny," my partner wondered aloud, "or just really cruel?"
These fourteen episodes veer off in some mighty interesting directions, though. There's Daffy in an unlikely trial run for single parenthood, Lola moving in with Bugs (temporarily), Porky desperately seeking a date, Sylvester in therapy, Speedy in love, and Pepe shakin' his fine French thing in a music video. The show is still a visual treat for animation fans: you realize how much this generation of animators owes to Kricfalusi, and how much Kricfalusi in turn owes to Clampett and Avery, so the characters have come full circle. (The spatter effect on the background colors may be a little overused here, but it's a very distinctive way of punching up the backgrounds.) In short, it's a pretty good ending to season one of the 21st century's animated, surprisingly hip revival of THE JACK BENNY SHOW.
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This series is fantastic. Much better than the original Looney Tunes in my opinion. The characters are a lot funnier and the story-lines, situations and dialogue are really funny... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Customer
Haaa haaaa! That's an understatement for this series! The "Daffy Duck the Wizard" [music segment] is the most hilarious "new" thing I have seen in years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Keith Black
The Looney tunes show season 1 vol 4 was the last one i ever bought on Amazon.Published 3 months ago by Edgar Flores