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The Looney Tunes Show is a Looney Tunes television series, that premiered on May 3, 2011 on Cartoon Network with the episode called Best Friends. The show is rated TV-PG, (2 with TV-PG-V) which makes it the first Looney Tunes show with that rating. The show isn't like the ordinary Looney Tunes shorts, it is more of a sitcom version. Producer Tony Cevrone stated that production of the show ended in favor for the newest reboot, New Looney Tunes. faStar-gold48

Concept

The concept of the show revolves around Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck living in a suburb of Los Angeles with "colorful neighbors" such as Sylvester and Tweety, Granny, Witch Lezah, Gossamer, Taz, and Yosemite Sam. The show features CGI shorts with Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, as well as Merrie Melodies, one or two-minute music videos showcasing the classic characters singing original songs.

Characters

Cast

The main two characters of The Looney Tunes Show are Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck (both voiced by Jeff Bergman), who appeared in all the episodes. To see pages for every character to appear in the show, thus far click here.

Episodes

For more information about episodes, click here. For season one episodes only, click here. For season two episodes only, click here.

Merrie Melodies

According to the show's debuting press release, it states The series also features Merrie Melodies — animated music videos of original songs spotlighting everyone from Elmer Fudd to Pepe Le Pew.

Merrie Melodies are one-two minute music videos that air in the middle of most The Looney Tunes Show episodes. The songs are available separately on iTunes for 99¢ or in an album for each season at various prices.

Merry Melodies (The Looney Tunes Show)

All of the title cards of each song has been the same with the song name in white in the middle of a big green circle and other green circles bordering the big green circle in the middle, until The Wizard, which had a very special title card. The title cards are accompanied by a strange, dissonant version of Merrily We Roll Along.

For a more detailed and complete list of Merrie Melodies, click here.

Title Cards

Season One

Season Two



CGI Shorts

Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote (The Looney Tunes Show)

Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote CGI shorts are CGI shorts that are shown at the end of most season one episodes, featuring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote from The Looney Tunes Show.

According to the show's debuting press release, it states This series also includes all-new adventures with the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote in stunning CG. The animators chose to make the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote shorts CGI, according to this article.

" CGI works really well for them because we can create one environment, this desert environment, and basically just shoot different cartoons in it. They're silent characters so we don't have to worry about lip sync. Also, by their nature, they're all about speed and height, so we could do a lot of cool stuff with the camera."
—Spike Brandt

However, these CGI shorts didn't debut in the show first. Instead, the shorts in general debuted in movies. Three shorts debuted in movie theaters and were also seen on DVDs. Unlike the Merrie Melodies, they have yet to be on iTunes for download.

The CGI shorts appear in less episodes than Merrie Melodies. The Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote CGI Shorts were discontinued after the first season.

Title Card Gallery

Intro

The Looney Tunes Show Intro

The Looney Tunes Show Intro

The introduction appears at the beginning of every episode. The shot of the WB shield overshooting its mark and crashing into the screen before settling back into its usual position is borrowed from the classic 1954 Bugs Bunny short Lumber Jack-Rabbit. All of The Looney Tunes Show characters appear in colorful bubbles in the intro. Minor characters appear floating by quickly. The theme music is a modernized verison of the original Looney Tunes intro, The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.

Character Appearances

  • Bugs Bunny (appears outside of a bubble with his arms happily folded and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Daffy Duck (appears outside of a bubble with his arms greedily folded and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Road Runner (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Wile E. Coyote (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Elmer Fudd (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Pete Puma (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Pepe Le Pew (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Foghorn Leghorn (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Mac and Tosh (appear separate in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Lola Bunny (appears in a bubble next to her best friend and Speedy Gonzales and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters with both of her hands behind her back while smiling)
  • Tina Russo (appears in a bubble next to her best friend and Speedy Gonzales and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Speedy Gonzales (appears in a bubble in the middle of Lola Bunny and Tina Russo Duck and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Yosemite Sam (appears yelling in a bubble next to Porky Pig and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Porky Pig (appears waving his hand in a bubble next to Yosemite Sam and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Granny (appears dancing in a bubble in the middle of her pets, Sylvester and Tweety and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Tweety (appears in a bubble next to his owner and his worst enemy blows raspberries at Sylvester and starts running and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Sylvester (appears running angrily chasing after Tweety in a bubble next to his owner and his worst enemy and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Gossamer (appears with a awkward face in a bubble next to his mother and the Tasmanian Devil and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Witch Lezah (appears in a bubble next to her son and the Tasmanian Devil and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Tasmanian Devil (appears growling and sticking his tongue out angrily in a bubble next to Witch Lezah and her monster son and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Marvin the Martian (appears quickly in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Petunia Pig (appears quickly in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Barnyard Dawg (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Charlie Dog (appears at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Sniffles (appears in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Henery Hawk (appears in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Hippety Hopper (appears in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Hubie (appears in a bubble behind Tweety and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Crusher (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Marc Anthony (appears in a bubble and at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Beaky Buzzard (appears in a bubble)
  • Bertie (appears in a bubble and at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Pussyfoot (appears in a bubble can you find pussyfoot?)
  • Pinky Pig (appears in a bubble very quickly)
  • Papa Bear (appears in a bubble and in the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Owl Jolson (appears at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Claude Cat (appears in a bubble)
  • Cecil Turtle (appears in a bubble)
  • K-9 (appears at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Penelope Pussycat (appears at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)
  • Sam Sheepdog (appears in a bubble and at the end of the intro along with the rest of the characters)

Trivia

  • Granny is shown dancing in her bubble, which may be a reference of her dancing in almost the same way in Devil Dog.

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Outro

That's All Folks! is a slogan used at the end of many Looney Tunes cartoons. It has been reused in The Looney Tunes Show, seen after the end of the credits, with some versions using a gag from an earlier point in the episode.

Season One

In Best FriendsMembers Only, Jailbird and JailbunnyFish and VisitorsReunionCasa de Calma, and Eligible Bachelors. Porky Pig says the slogan while stuttering after the credits.

In Monster Talent, Daffy Duck appears after the credits, but simply says "You're welcome."

In Devil Dog and Ridiculous Journey, The Tasmanian Devil appears and looks surprised. but waves his hand and blabbers ("Buddzipeth!") indistinctly.

In The Foghorn Leghorn Story, Foghorn Leghorn tries to say the slogan but forgets he's supposed to say "all folks!" after "That's" and asks his assistant Carol what he needs to say.

In Peel of Fortune, Bugs Bunny munches his carrot and says "And that's the end!", which is a reference to 2 Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies cartoons; Baseball Bugs and Hare Tonic.

In Double Date, Lola Bunny appears but doesn't say the slogan as she doesn't know what "folks" means and says "He's crazy."

In To Bowl or Not to Bowl, Mac and Tosh appear after the credits and say the slogan at the same time, before arguing over who goes to say it first which continues as the screen fades to black.

In Newspaper Thief, Granny appears after the credits trying to find the bathroom. Daffy yells at her offscreen to go home.

In Bugs & Daffy Get a Job, Dr. Weisberg appears after the credits informing the audience not to forget to eat broccoli, stating it's good of them.

In That's My Baby, Porky appears again and tries to say the slogan but stops because of an upset stomach from the artichoke poppers he ate back at Tutty's earlier in the episode.

In Sunday Night Slice, Speedy Gonzales appears after the credits waving his sombrero and hollering "¡Hasta luego, amigos!", which is Spanish for "See you later, friends!"

In The DMV, Lola appears again and says the slogan in a slick tone.

In Off Duty Cop, Leslie Hunt (as Steve St. James) appears after the credits raising his glasses and says the slogan as normal before the glasses fall back on him.

In Working Duck, Daffy appears again, offering the audience a muffin, before revealing that he already ate half of the same muffin and says "It's not very good."

In French Fries, Yosemite Sam says the slogan and kicks his football off the shield, but the football breaks something off-screen and Sam runs off in fear.

In Beauty School, Lola was about to say "That's the end of the show!" but falls out of the hole and crashes off-screen.

In The Float, Daffy appears yet again and asks the viewers if they want to buy a watch.

In The Shelf, Bugs appears again wearing his Nobel Prize as a medal, which falls off and out of shield.

In Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder, Daffy appears and telling the viewers that he still thinks Porky is a murderer.

In Point Laser Point, Witch Lezah waves her magic wand to the audience chanting "Show over" before casting magic dust at the screen.

Stats

Season One
Character Episodes
Bugs Bunny 2 (Peel of Fortune, The Shelf)
Daffy Duck 4 (Monster Talent, Working Duck, The Float, Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder)
Dr. Weisberg 1 (Bugs & Daffy Get a Job)
Foghorn Leghorn 1 (The Foghorn Leghorn Story)
Granny 1 (Newspaper Thief)
Leslie Hunt 1 (Off Duty Cop)
Lola Bunny 3 (Double Date, DMV, Beauty School)
Mac and Tosh 1 (To Bowl or Not to Bowl)
Porky Pig 8 (Best Friends, Members Only, Jailbird and Jailbunny, Fish and Visitors, Reunion, Casa de Calma, Eligible Bachelors, That's My Baby)
Speedy Gonzales 1 (Sunday Night Slice)
Tasmanian Devil 1 (Devil Dog)
Witch Lezah 1 (Point, Laser Point)
Yosemite Sam 1 (French Fries)

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Season Two

In Bobcats on Three, Gossamer appears after the credits for the first time and says the slogan, but a water polo ball hits him in the face.

In You've Got Hate Mail, The shield opens up revealing that no one was inside, Lola Bunny casually walks in and it turns out that Piper (her imaginary friend) was inside. Lola Bunny says that she looked everywhere of Piper and calls him crazy.

In Itsy Bitsy Gopher, Lola appears again twice in a row and throws a lamp at the audience (breaking the screen as well) because she thought there was a spider on them.

In Rebel Without a Glove, Yosemite Sam says the slogan before Bugs returns with his glove in anger. Sam gulps and replies that he said nothing.

In Semper Lie, the drill sergeant appears after the credits saying "That's all, Maggots!".

In Father Figures, It takes several tries for Henery Hawk to say the proper slogan as he kept saying "That's all, chicken!"

In Customer Service, Cecil Turtle says the slogan and tips over.

In The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe, and the Saint, Yosemite Sam asks the audience for their signatures while holding his petition.

In It's a Handbag, Daffy Duck goes through all the objects he found at the mall. Those objects were a handbag, a clutch, a tote, and a Bob Maggie jumpsuit.

In A Christmas Carol, Santa Claus says "Manu Ginobili". Ginobili is a personal favorite basketball player of head writer Hugh Davidson.

In We're In Big Truffle, Lola Bunny cast a spell at the audience, before advising them not to check their mirrors.

In Daffy Duck Esquire, Daffy Duck throws his hairpiece in the air after saying the slogan.

In Dear John, Lola Bunny says the slogan in tongues.

In Spread Those Wings and Fly, Wieb Lunk appears at the end and tells the audience to never let someone say "That's all, folks!"

In The Black Widow, Slowpoke Rodriguez advertises Tacapulco, which is like Acapulco, but much worse.

In Mrs. Porkbunny's, Daffy Duck redos his attempt of saying the slogan, criticizing himself the first time before settling with his second attempt of the line.

In Gribbler's Quest, Daffy Duck asks the viewer if they wanted a hug, noting that they need one.

In The Grand Old Duck of York, Speedy Gonzales pokes an insult at Sullivan's after saying the slogan but soon explains he's a competitive person.

In The Shell Game, Cecil is in prison and says that this is not the end of him and warns Bugs Bunny to watch out.

In Year of the Duck, The great white shark appears to tell everyone that they made the top ten.

In Gossamer is Awesomer, Bugs Bunny head bobs to reggae and questions the audience.

In Here Comes the Pig, Porky Pig says the slogan before questioning how the realm could cost four thousand dollars.

In Mr. Weiner, Dr. Weisberg shows off his hat he won at the fair and drinks from it.

In Best Friends Redux, Bugs, Daffy, and Porky shout the slogan in unison to end the show and (production-wise) the series.

In Super Rabbit, the outro is the exact same as "Peel of Fortune", except Bugs is recolored to match the current season.

Stats

Season Two
Character Episodes
Bugs Bunny 4 (Rebel Without a Glove, Gossamer is Awesomer, Best Friends Redux, Super Rabbit)
Cecil Turtle 2 (Customer Service, The Shell Game)
Daffy Duck 5 (It's a Handbag, Daffy Duck Esquire, Mrs. Porkbunny's, Gribbler's Quest, Best Friends Redux)
Dr. Weisberg 1 (Mr. Weiner)
Gossamer 1 (Bobcats on Three!)
Great White Shark 1 (Year of the Duck)
Henery Hawk 1 (Father Figures)
Lola Bunny 4 (You've Got Hate Mail, Itsy Bitsy Gopher, We're In Big Truffle, Dear John)
Porky Pig 2 (Here Comes the Pig, Best Friends Redux)
Santa Claus 1 (A Christmas Carol)
Slowpoke Rodriguez 1 (The Black Widow)
Speedy Gonzales 1 (The Grand Old Duck of York)
Tasmanian Devil 1 (Ridiculous Journey)
Wieb Lunk 1 (Spread Those Wings and Fly)
Yosemite Sam 2 (Rebel Without a Glove, The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe, and the Saint)
Marine Drill Sargeant 1 (Semper Lie)

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Stats

Series
Character Episodes
Bugs Bunny 6 (Peel of Fortune, The Shelf, Rebel Without a Glove, Gossamer is Awesomer, Best Friends Redux, Super Rabbit)
Cecil Turtle 2 (Customer Service, The Shell Game)
Daffy Duck 9 (Monster Talent, Working Duck, The Float, Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder, It's a Handbag, Daffy Duck Esquire, Mrs. Porkbunny's, Gribbler's Quest, Best Friends Redux)
Dr. Weisberg 1 (Bugs & Daffy Get a Job, Mr. Weiner)
Foghorn Leghorn 1 (The Foghorn Leghorn Story)
Gossamer 1 (Bobcats on Three!)
Granny 1 (Newspaper Thief)
Great White Shark 1 (Year of the Duck)
Henery Hawk 1 (Father Figures)
Leslie Hunt 1 (Off Duty Cop)
Lola Bunny 7 (Double Date, DMV, Beauty School, You've Got Hate Mail, Itsy Bitsy Gopher, We're In Big Truffle, Dear John)
Porky Pig 10 (Best Friends, Members Only, Jailbird and Jailbunny, Fish and Visitors, Reunion, Casa de Calma, Eligible Bachelors, That's My Baby, Here Comes the Pig, Best Friends Redux)
Santa Claus 1 (A Christmas Carol)
Slowpoke Rodriguez 1 (The Black Widow)
Speedy Gonzales 2 (Sunday Night Slice, The Grand Old Duck of York)
Tasmanian Devil 2 (Devil Dog, Ridiculous Journey)
Witch Lezah 1 (Point, Laser Point)
Wieb Lunk 1 (Spread Those Wings and Fly)
Yosemite Sam 3 (The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe, and the Saint, Rebel Without a Glove, The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe, and the Saint)

Ratings

# Episode Ratings Notes
1.1 Best Friends 2.462M
  • First episode of the series.
  • Highest rated show (either premieres or reruns) in 2011 in terms of million viewers for Cartoon Network.
1.2 Members Only 2.228M
1.3 The Jailbird and Jailbunny 2.075M
1.4 The Fish and Visitors 2.133M
1.5 Monster Talent 2.330M
1.6 Reunion 2.448M
1.7 Casa de Calma 2.205M
1.8 Devil Dog 1.964M
  • First episode to premiere with under 2M viewers.
1.9 The Foghorn Leghorn Story 2.035M
1.10 Eligible Bachelors 2.108M
1.11 Peel of Fortune 2.244M
1.12 Double Date 1.924M
  • Biggest drop and series low, with a .547M drop and being the low by .040M.
1.13 To Bowl or Not to Bowl 2.246M
1.14 Newspaper Thief 2.157M
1.15 Bugs & Daffy Get a Job 2.284M
1.16 That's My Baby 2.557M
1.17 Sunday Night Slice 2.000M
  • Biggest drop, with a .557M drop.
1.18 DMV 1.739M
  • New series low, by .185M.
1.19 Off Duty Cop 1.663M
  • New series low, by .076M.
1.20 Working Duck 2.087M
1.21 French Fries 1.688M
1.22 Beauty School 1.948M
1.23 The Float 1.758M
1.24 The Shelf 1.521M
  • New series low, by .142M.
1.25 Muh-Muh-Muh-Murder 1.302M
  • New series low, by .219M.
1.26 Point, Laser Point 1.521M
  • Final episode of the first season.
2.1 Bobcats on Three! 1.655M
  • First episode of the second season.
2.2 You've Got Hate Mail 1.706M
2.3 Itsy Bitsy Gopher 1.328M
2.4 Rebel Without a Glove 1.570M
2.5 Semper Lie 1.490M
2.6 Father Figures 1.624M
2.7 Customer Service 1.781M
2.8 The Stud, the Nerd, the Average Joe, and the Saint 1.538M
2.9 It's a Handbag 1.618M
2.10 A Christmas Carol 2.013M
  • Season high.
2.11 We're In Big Truffle 1.793M
2.12 Dear John 1.759M
2.13 Daffy Duck Esquire 1.552M
2.14 Spread Those Wings and Fly 1.715M
2.15 The Black Widow 1.804M
2.16 Mrs. Porkbunny's 1.356M
2.17 Gribbler's Quest 1.504M
2.18 The Grand Old Duck of York 1.477M
2.19 Ridiculous Journey 1.672M
2.20 The Shell Game 1.521M
2.21 Year of the Duck 1.688M
2.22 Gossamer is Awesomer 1.360M
2.23 Here Comes The Pig 1.322M
2.24 Mr. Weiner 1.532M
2.25 Best Friends Redux 1.568M
2.26 Super Rabbit 1.033M
  • Final episode of the series.
  • Series low.

Awards

Production

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The original logo for the series.

The Looney Tunes Show had news dating back to 2009 and the premiere date was pushed backed many times. It was originally called Laff Riot. According to an interview, production took 3-5 years and the staffasre recording and writing episodes for the show since early June 2009. They caed voice actors in May of that year.

According to another interview, there was one stage in the show’s earlier development, where there was an attempt to make the characters younger.

Unlike The Looney Tunes Show, Laff Riot was intended to follow more closely to the original shorts, complete with slapstick and cartoon violence. The Laff Riot crew started working on a 22 minute pilot for the show in 2009,
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A Casa de Calma storyboard, by Jim Smith.

titled "Casa de Calma". The episode format for Laff Riot (excluding the pilot episode) was planned to have three 6-7 minute shorts. The pilot was shown to the higher-ups at Warner Brothers and they didn’t like it. Ironically, Casa de Calma was used as the seventh episode of the first season in 2011.

As a result of this, most of the crew got laid off, without warning and WB hired new team members to retool the show. Some of the known people who were laid off included Bob Camp, Chris Reccardi, Doug Langdale (writer), Eddie Fitzgerald, Jim Gomez, Jim Smith (artist), Lynne Naylor, Mark Banker (writer), Mauricio Pardo (director), Mike Fontanelli, Mike Smith (voice for Speedy) and Rich Pursell. The laid-off employees received severance packages and vacation pay in compensation for their firings.

Warner Brothers announced that the show will stop production for eight-ten months and will restart production in mid to late January of 2010. While Casa de Calma was used as a full episode, the Sylvester and Tweety segments of Point, Laser Point were originally a seven minute Laff Riot short featuring Tweety and Sylvester.

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Original concept of the characters in The Looney Tunes Show.

When the May 3, 2011 premiere was announced, there was a ton of advertisement, including characters in Time Square advertisements, Webkinz World promotions, the White House Easter Egg Roll, and trains.

In season two, there were many changes with the show. Tina Russo's original voice actor, Jennifer Esposito left after the first season. Anne Mumolo would take over for season two. Meanwhile, there were many complaints about Bugs Bunny's fur in season one, so the illustrators returned him to his old grey fur rather than his new purple fur.

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Some of the more vibrant changes in season two, as seen in official promotional art.

More redesigns involved brighter colors, such as Lola Bunny getting a new blue dress, Tina Russo getting a white shirt, Yosemite Sam has brighter colors, Granny has a new dress, Lezah looks more like Hazel and Porky being more pink and has designed feet. Meanwhile, there were many other overhauls in the show's illustration, and as the characters got brighter, so did the locations. Bugs' House got more vibrant colors, such as orange. Copy Place also got a redesign.

Head animator Jessica Borutski was criticized for these changes in the first place, back in season one and said at the time in an interview, that the original designs were intended for adults and that "it is time for a new generation to meet the characters. A fresh, new design is the only way to keep characters alive."

Ultimately, season two was the last season for the show. The cancellation was brought to ToonZone's attention here, by member looneyfan93. Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated! was also cancelled, because the executive producers of both shows, Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone, meant from the beginning to make only fifty-two episodes for each show, so they can run daily on Cartoon Network. Jessica Borutski also commented that the show ended through her social media networks. The anonymous employee also stated that production for season two ended in January 2013.

Two months later, Jessica explained another part of the show's cancellation. Jessica said that while the show does good in ratings, they don't have the money to continue production of the show. The show would have to be bigger than Adventure Time to bring in enough money to outsource animation.

The animation was outsourced to the Philippines and South Korea and produced by Toon City Animation (Season 1), Yearim Production, and Rough Draft Korea, while the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner shorts were done in CGI by Crew972 at Israel

Pitch Pilot

In 2020, A pitch pilot for the show (back when it was still Laff Riot) slowly resurfaced on YouTube which was completely different from Casa de Calma.

The pilot begins with a different intro in which blobs of paint on a black background form a pink version of the iconic Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies rings. The WB shield (recolored with yellow letters and blue backplate to match the modern logo) zooms in from the rings and is soon plastered and replaced the show's logo. The shot then zooms into rings passing by more splotches of paint in the process.

Afterward, Bugs Bunny (in his purple fur from Season 1) plays a banjo and sings as he walks across the forest unaware that Wabbit Season is taking place. The forest then gets darker and Elmer points at Bugs with his gun, who proceeds to say his usual catchphrase ("What's up, Doc?") before taking cover behind his banjo mid-sentence. Bugs quickly runs off evading Elmer and dodges his shots (which appear to be paint splats) before jumping into a lake.

Daffy is sitting peacefully at the same lake when bubbles start to appear underneath him as if he's farting, but it turns out to be Bugs hiding underneath who is quickly caught by Elmer as the latter points his gun at Daffy who actually farts this time, causing Bugs to resurface quickly in disgust and blow his cover. Bugs and Daffy dash off again and hop around the forest much like how Daffy did in his 1930's shorts.

The scene changes to Bugs and Daffy jumping around in a black backdrop as multicolored splats appear everywhere and form a city. The two then find Lola Bunny, Tina Russo, and Petunia Pig drinking milkshakes at a cafe named "Caffeine Shack" and quickly rush in, pulling out their banjos again and singing again before being interrupted by Tweety being chased by Sylvester, resulting in a jug of coffee knocking Toro the Bull on the head and making him angry.

Porky Pig rushes in and catches Sylvester who finally caught Tweety, but Yosemite Sam arrives and glares at Porky angrily, causing him to run out of the cafe with not only Sylvester and Tweety, but Bugs, Daffy, Lola, Tina, and Petunia as well. The gang quickly gets in the car (with Porky as the driver) and drives off as Sam gets on top of Toro who chases them down with Elmer following behind. Toro bumps the car twice and Porky steps on the gas pedal hard engulfing Sam and Toro in the dust, leaving only Elmer still following them.

Unfortunately, Porky drives off a cliff and crashes his car, causing it to explode into more paint splotches which form a forest as a black creature lurks from behind and scares them, before jumping out and revealing itself to be the Tasmanian Devil, making everyone else laugh in relief. But Taz yells at them after Bugs Bunny pets him on the head and they quickly run off as he spins through trees.

To evade Taz, Bugs runs off to the docks, hides inside a plane with everyone else, and shuts the plane door before Taz could get in. The plane takes off and Taz was clinging on to the plane itself before falling off, scratching the plane in the process. Everyone else sighs in relief but the pilots turn out to be Witch Hazel and Gossamer, the latter who throws them off and leaves them falling to their demise. Luckily, they are quickly held up by Tweety for a short time before falling back into Porky's car in the savanna, unharmed. The gang quickly pops out as Bugs, Daffy, and Porky continue their song as they drive off into the sunset. With their shot zooming into their mouths in the process.

Not much has surfaced from pitch pilot, the audio quickly disappears after Porky yells "Sylvester!" and most of the video is missing. This was also the first (and as of now, only) appearance of Toro the Bull in a Looney Tunes TV production.

DVDs

Quickly after the release, the first DVD was announced for The Looney Tunes Show, The Looney Tunes Show - Season One, Volume One with the four debuting episodes, Best Friends, Members Only, The Jailbird and Jailbunny and The Fish and Visitors for $14.97, which was released on September 27, 2011.

A second DVD was announced for The Looney Tunes Show, The Looney Tunes Show - Season One, Volume Two with the four next episodes, Monster Talent, Reunion, Casa de Calma and Devil Dog for $14.98, which was released on December 6, 2011.

A third DVD was announced for The Looney Tunes Show, The Looney Tunes Show - Season One, Volume Three with the four next episodes, The Foghorn Leghorn Story, Eligible Bachelors, Peel of Fortune and Double Date for $14.97, which was released on March 13, 2012.

There Goes the Neighborhood, a fourth DVD, featured the rest of the episodes from the first season, for $19.97. It was released on July 10th, 2012.

The entire first season is on iTunes for $1.99 per episode and $2.99 per HD episode. The entire season is on iTunes for $39.99 for the entire season and $49.99 for the entire season in HD.

To date, there hasn't been a DVD release for Season Two.

Warner Bros. Animation Presents (2011)
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Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. or Warner Bros. was the company in charge of the production of the 2011 version of The Looney Tunes Show. They also made the original Looney Tunes shorts and was a setting in the 2003 movie, Looney Tunes: Back in Action. The logo to the top right is featured in The Looney Tunes Show's theme song, just like in the original Looney Tunes shorts, where it appeared in the beginning of the shorts, when announcing the cast and short title. The logo below that opens like a door at the end of the episode, following the credits.

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