Looney Tunes 2 Seasons 2011

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Season 1
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20. Working Duck TV-PG CC

When Foghorn Leghorn takes a liking to Daffy he makes him the CEO of his company ... with disastrous results.

Starring:
Jeff Bergman, Bob Bergen
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
November 1, 2011

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 1
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    1. Best Friends Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are the world's oddest roommates in this hilarious new series. Their larger than life personalities offer an irreverent, comical take on everyday life.

    CC TV-PG 23min May 3, 2011
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    2. Members Only When Daffy realizes the country club is open to members only, he determines to gain access and take full advantage of all it offers. Bugs meets his dream girl: Lola Bunny.

    CC TV-PG 23min May 10, 2011
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    3. Jailbird and Jailbunny During a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park, a careless act by Daffy Duck lands him and Bugs Bunny in the big house - prison!

    CC TV-PG 22min May 17, 2011
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    4. Fish and Visitors Bugs and Daffy quickly discover that Yosemite Sam is a less-than-perfect houseguest when they are forced to take him in during a rainstorm. But how to get him to leave?

    CC TV-PG 22min May 24, 2011
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    5. Monster Talent Daffy takes Gossamer under his wing, while Bugs stars in a TV commercial for Speedy's new frozen pizza. Plus, the Coyote attempts to capture the Road Runner using a zipline.

    CC TV-PG 23min May 31, 2011
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    6. Reunion When Daffy doesn't want to go to his class reunion because he feels he peaked in high school, Bugs tries to help him make something of himself before the big night.

    CC TV-PG 23min June 7, 2011
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    7. Casa De Calma Instead of relaxing during a spa vacation, Bugs and Daffy spend most of their time fighting over a Hollywood starlet.

    CC TV-PG 22min June 14, 2011
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    8. Devil Dog When the Tasmanian Devil escapes from the local zoo and shows up on Bugs and Daffy's doorstep, Daffy is terrified. Bugs, however, thinks he's just a lost dog and adopts him.

    CC TV-PG 22min June 21, 2011
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    9. The Foghorn Leghorn Story Foghorn Leghorn casts Daffy as himself in a movie about his life. Meanwhile, Bugs and Yosemite Sam find a potentially valuable vase buried in the backyard.

    CC TV-PG 23min June 28, 2011
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    10. Eligible Bachelors Lola sweeps Bugs to Paris in an effort to fall in love and Daffy discovers that Granny was once a spy in World War II! The coyote tries to catch the Road Runner via speed skating.

    CC TV-PG 23min July 5, 2011
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    11. Peel of Fortune Bugs and Daffy have a reversal of fortune. Plus, the Merrie Melodies video "We Are in Love," featuring Lola ... and a reluctant Bugs.

    CC TV-PG 22min July 12, 2011
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    12. Double Date Lola gives Daffy dating advice, and falls in love with him in the process. But Daffy only has eyes for Tina, and Bugs is surprised to find he might actually have feelings for Lola.

    CC TV-PG 23min July 19, 2011
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    13. To Bowl or Not To Bowl In a bid to defeat his nemesis at the big bowling tournament, Daffy has to swallow his pride and ask Bugs for his help.

    CC TV-PG 23min July 26, 2011
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    13. Newspaper Thief When Daffy discovers his newspaper is missing, he accuses the neighbors of stealing it and sets out to catch "the thief" by setting an elaborate trap during Bugs' dinner party.

    CC TV-PG 23min August 23, 2011
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    15. Bugs & Daffy Get a Job Proving that work can be fun, Bugs gets a job at Porky's accounting firm. Daffy also gets a job: a nose job.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 30, 2011
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    16. That's My Baby When Tina asks Daffy to babysit her nephew, Daffy discovers the unexpected joys of motherhood. Meanwhile, Bugs discovers how gullible Porky can be.

    CC TV-PG 22min September 6, 2011
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    17. Sunday Night Slice When Bugs and Daffy's favorite pizza joint closes, Bugs reopens it ... and gets in way over his head.

    CC TV-PG 23min September 13, 2011
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    18. DMV What do all of Bugs' friends have in common? None of them have a valid driver's license.

    CC TV-PG 22min September 20, 2011
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    19. Off Duty Cop Daffy takes on the persona of his television hero, Steve St. James, while Bugs takes on his caffeine addiction, by switching to energy drinks.

    CC TV-PG 22min October 25, 2011
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    20. Working Duck When Foghorn Leghorn takes a liking to Daffy he makes him the CEO of his company ... with disastrous results.

    CC TV-PG 23min November 1, 2011
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    21. French Fries A plate of French fries threatens to ruin Daffy and Porky's friendship, as well as Bugs' chance to see a playoff game. Plus, Lola sings about her favorite holiday of the year.

    CC TV-PG 23min November 8, 2011
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    22. Beauty School Daffy helps Tina earn her cosmetology license, while Bugs helps Porky learn to dance. Plus, in a Merrie Melodies video, Daffy explains the meaning of love to Porky.

    CC TV-PG 23min November 15, 2011
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    23. The Float When Daffy's parade float is destroyed, he's forced to replace it with something even better. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "You Like/I Like," the Gophers sing about what makes them best friends ... to a Bossa Nova beat.

    CC TV-PG 22min November 22, 2011
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    24. The Shelf Bugs tries to hang a shelf to display his Nobel Prize, but the project gets complicated. In the Merrie Melodies video, Daffy explains to Porky why a birthday gift was "chintzy."

    CC TV-PG 23min January 24, 2012
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    25. Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder Daffy suspects that Porky is a killer, and Bugs has to take care of Lola when she breaks her leg.

    CC TV-PG 23min January 31, 2012
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    26. Point, Laser Point Sylvester becomes obsessed with a laser toy. And in "Shut Your Trap," the Coyote orders the ultimate trap, and actually catches the Road Runner ... now if he could just get him out!

    CC TV-PG 23min February 7, 2012

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Matt Danner
Starring Jeff Bergman, Bob Bergen
Supporting actors Bob Bergen, Jeff Bergman, Jim Cummings, Grey DeLisle, Larry Dorf, Damon Jones, John Kassir, Billy West
Season year 2012
Network Warner Bros.
Executive Producer Spike Brandt
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Try an episode or two of this show and if you love it, get the whole thing.
Eric Engstrom
Kids will love it, but I think parents will be just as happy as they remember the Looney Tunes from their childhood.
Darrell
Bugs, Daffy and Porky are all friends, with jobless and classless Daffy living with Bugs.
Fry Boy

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Fry Boy VINE VOICE on April 5, 2012
This show is a delight to watch with my wife and our seven and eight-and-a-half-year-old children. The animation is excellent and the setting is present day. Bugs Bunny lives in a neighborhood near to the houses of Yosemite Sam and Granny, Tweety and Sylvester. Bugs, Daffy and Porky are all friends, with jobless and classless Daffy living with Bugs. Frankly, while all the characters are excellent and sound much like they did in the original cartoons, Daffy is who makes the show. In the "Peel of Fortune" episode (one of the funniest, IMHO), for example, Daffy and Bugs are at the mall and Daffy is wearing big, baggy jeans with a belt, which prompts Bugs to ask, "What are you wearing?" Daffy responds with, "My mall pants. It's a sign of respect." Bugs replies, "Shouldn't you wear a shirt?" Daffy fires back, "It's the mall, not church. Too much respect." In another episode, Daffy is learning about Foghorn Leghorn so that he can portray Foghorn in Foghorn's autobiographical movie. After Foghorn tells Daffy a few things, Daffy says, "Basically you say 'I say, I say, I say' a lot." The shows just plain funny and full of great humor. I would say that anyone from six or seven years of age onward would understand and enjoy this show. Can't wait for season 2.

Also features a host of familiar Looney Tunes characters such as Elmer Fudd, the Witch, the Monster, and Speedy Gonzalez (hope I spelled that right). Seriously, one of the funniest cartoons out there right now.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Darrell on December 31, 2012
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Usually when someone tries to revive an old standard they try so hard to make it modern and hip that it destroys the product. Not the case here. This reboot is every bit as funny as the original with a few changes to keep things new and fresh. The voices are well done and the comedy is rich. Kids will love it, but I think parents will be just as happy as they remember the Looney Tunes from their childhood.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jack-of-All Games on March 20, 2012
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Ah, yes....The Looney Tunes. It's a series of classic cartoons in which the characters would usually match wits to outsmart each other. The result is one of the best cartoon shows of all time. THIS, on the other hand.........Eeehhhhhhhhh...........It seems like the economy's affected the wonderful world of Looney Tunes, as the clever characters are now rather dumbed down to regular people in animal suits.

The Looney Tunes Show is not what I'd call a revival. The characters that you knew and love now live in generic houses in a generic neighborhood with generic people. There's still a nice amount of those classic characters, but they lost their fun personalities from the old cartoons.

Bugs Bunny, who was extremely witty, clever, and ended up in devious situations, is now only regularly smart and cautious, while also trying to avoid trouble. Daffy has been watered (No pun intended) down to the average dumb guy in a cartoon show. Speedy Gonzales is no longer known for his speed (?!), but is more known for his pizza. Yosemite Sam struggles in life, and Elmer Fudd is a newscaster...There's a LOT more sadistic changes to these formerly lovable characters, but I may as well stop here.

What's even worse is that they sometimes hang around and talk to the generic people. It's very weird watching them interact with plain human beings. They don't fit well with the humans at all. Sure, Animaniacs had some humans appear in the show, but even they happen to have unique personalities. Here, they seem like filler characters. In fact, there was an episode where Bugs and Daffy tried to get a HUMAN GIRL to be his girlfriend and win her over. What is Warner Bros thinking?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 15, 2013
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if you're looking for "adult" cartoons that aren't too "ADULT", welcome to the Looney Tunes Show.it's 30 Rock meets Seinfeld meets Happy Endings, all in the land of Looney Tunes! LOVE IT! adult themes without being crass or tasteless, but with content even my 11 year old can love.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 13, 2012
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I think it is more for adults but still great laughs for kids too. Definitely a must see! like now!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James White on November 26, 2012
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Enjoyed the first season of looney tunes. The episodes are very funny for both kids and adults. I grew up on the old looney tunes and was skeptical at first but converted over very quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By exeyevee on November 7, 2012
My 10-year-old had an unexpected stay in the hospital earlier this year (he's fine now!) and we ended up watching a lot of TV. In doing so we discovered the Looney Tunes Show, a modern update of the old cartoons. The writing on this show is terrific, and the voice talent is amazing -- it includes, among others, Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen of SNL fame, and John O'Hurley (the guy who played J. Peterman on Seinfeld). We're completely hooked, and I enjoy watching the show almost as much as my son does.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By toni's son: antonio on July 10, 2011
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I saw this episode on cartoon network and loved it. And I still love it. It is kinda like the old looney tunes but makes more sense and is really funny. You see because Bugs bunny and, Daffy duck are trying to win a contest about best friends but the creators of the show made daffy have short term memory lose. But the episode is really funny like when they Bugs refrences superman and daffy says you're from krypton and bugs says no thats superman and daffy says who is superman and bugs says daffy focus and daffy says okay superman. I think you should buy this episode. Me and my mom accidently bought this episode. But that is all I have to say. (I am toni's son).
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