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Baby Looney Tunes

Baby Looney Tunes


Baby Looney Tunes tells the tales of the Looney Tunes in their infant years, under the care of Granny, an old lady who loves babies. See what adventures Baby Bugs, Daffy, Tweety, Lola, Taz and Sylvester stumble into.

Here they come, they're the Looney Tunes as little ol' pre-schoolers and they're ready to learn and are still packed to make you laugh. The Baby Looney Tunes are classified as the best-rated young children's show currently and is going for the record to even make history. In this series you will see some famous faces such as Bugs Bunny, Lola Bunny, Daffy Duck, Taz and Sylvester and many others. The Baby Looney Tunes are very curious and ready to learn from their Granny. Prepare to get your funny bone tickled! Many think that Baby Looney Tunes is like the Emmy-Award Winning series Muppet Babies, created by Jim Henson.

Baby Looney Tunes is humorous, but children always learn lessons about life Whether they learn about friendship, stealing, or cooperation by the time the ending credits come on your child will have learned a life lasting lesson. Kids also enjoy singing along to the two minute song in between each episode. Watch these kinds of shows with your kids are baby sister or brother now because before you know it they will be on their own.

Other Looney Tunes spin-offs
Tiny Toon Adventures
Taz-Mania
The Bugs 'n' Daffy Show
Duck Dodgers

On July, 4, 2005 Baby Looney Tunes was added to U.S Boomerang at 6:00 P.M.

Characters:


Baby Bugs - When Bugs grows up he's going to be quick-witted, streetwise, supremely self-aware and into living the good life. But right now, Bugs is only a kid and just learning to do the things and have the attitudes that will make him a star. Winning is by no means certain. Yet even now, he already exhibits the innate spunk and cockiness that make him a born leader, even if he' s not yet sure he has all the right answers.

Baby Lola - The biggest dreamer of the gang, Lola thinks bigger and explores farther than anyone else. Always trying to prove her mettle, she's often the first to charge in, only to find she's a bit beyond her depth. As demonstrative emotionally as she is physically, Lola regularly hits the highest peaks and suffers the steepest drops on the roller coaster ride of childhood.

Baby Daffy - Daffy wants things his way — all the time! Completely self-involved, he is a frequent source of trouble for Bugs and the gang. If there's a mistake to be made or a wrong decision to be decided, Daffy does it, and in the end usually learns his lesson.

Baby Sylvester - Even surrounded by friends, Sylvester is a lost kitten. He is the most easily frightened of the group and sometimes more self-absorbed than Daffy. He is eternally pessimistic, hungry for all the good things childhood has to offer — nowhere near enough of which are his. Sylvester often feels like he's getting the short end of the stick, and therefore is frequently looking to play an angle to get what he wants.

Baby Taz - Taz is pure id. His emotions are full "on" or full "off" — happy, sad, angry... or asleep. Easily distracted by anything more fun and colorful, he's simple and good of heart, with none of the meanness or brutishness of his adult counterpart. His speech patterns are a bit limited, though — think a two-year-old caveman.

Baby Tweety - Representing the simple, pure heart of childhood, Tweety is filled with the optimism of someone who believes that dreams can come true. Sweet, kind and caring, his heart is on the surface. With Tweety, what you see is what you get. Sympathetic and empathetic, he often acts as translator of Taz's emotional "pre-language."

Granny - Beneath a bun of white hair, Granny is the Mother Yoda of the young set. She knows when to let the kids make their own mistakes and when to actively help them. She's always ahead of them, but rarely lets them know it. Often a bookend and catalyst for the kids' adventures, she loves them dearly, but gives them room to grow.

Floyd - Floyd is Granny's nephew. He now takes care of the babies along with Granny's watch-ful eye. Floyd has many things to teach the toddlers, but they also have many new things to teach him. In fact Floyd often tries different teachings and lessons through his book, but that often fails and the toddlers give him a first-hand experience.

Did ya' know?

Did ya' know that in season two Petunia has black hair and hoofs?

Did ya' know that in the series Baby Looney Tunes it stars the classic Looney Tune characters as babies?

Theme Song

Hey, there everybody it's a looney-full day,
To have a little fun the Baby Looney Tunes way,
There's lots to do at Granny's house games to play and balls to bounce. So come one over and shout hooray!
There's Sylvester,
Bugs,
and Daffy
Taz and
Lola too,
Tweety such a sweety,
Now all we need is you!
Hey there everybody it's a looney-full day to play the Baby Looney Tunes way.


In Spring of 2005 Baby Looney Tunes will be brought back with all new episodes! 13 to be specific.

Baby Looney Tuneswas part of a new programming block called Tickle U. That "block" included shows such as Krypto The Superdog, Baby Looney Tunes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) and much much more! It is designed for the the youngsters who are too young to go to school or for the many people who love these shows. It seemed like the Cartoon Network version of Nick Jr. Aimed at kids 2-5, the franchise will feature newly developed and acquired series hosted by Marty, an adult with a big heart and a kid's unlimited imagination. From his bright and slightly askew workshop (where he can build and fix anything), Marty will inspire kids to sing along, play and laugh with him and his characters.


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Episode Info

Final: 2x13 -- Stop and Smell Up The Flowers / Firehouse Frolics (Apr/20/2005)


Stop and Smell Up The Flowers The kids are going to plant a lemon tree.

Firehouse Frolics The kids learn about fire safty and later that day put their skills to the test when the house is suddenly full of smoke.
Cast
Brian DrummondBrian Drummond
voiced Floyd
Britt McKillipBritt McKillip
voiced Baby Lola
Chiara ZanniChiara Zanni
voiced Baby Petunia
Ian James CorlettIan James Corlett
voiced Baby Taz
Janyse JaudJanyse Jaud
voiced Baby Melissa
June ForayJune Foray
voiced Granny
Samuel VincentSamuel Vincent
voiced Baby Bugs, Baby Daffy, Baby Tweety
Terry KlassenTerry Klassen
voiced Baby Sylvester
Reviews

Tommypezmaster

Reviews: 50
UglyRating: 1 likes, 2 dislikes

This show is so stupid it makes Catscratch seem smart and that's saying something! Every time I see it I wanna throw a brick threw my TV! I often wonder if they were high when they created it. I also wonder what the4kids execs were smoking when they decided to air it. I blame it for Hamtaro ending. Hamtaro deserves to replaced by something good not this pile of crap! I can't stand Baby Looney Tunes! The only people that like it are stoners, little kids that are too young to know better, and idiots. I know one person who's very smart and likes this show, but that's it. All the other people I know who watch it are very childish and not very bright. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, August 6th 2008 at 3:45 pm

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Recaps
2x12: The Dolly Vanishes / Duck Reflucks recap: The Dolly Vanishes The kids are one their first train ride! Their destination is to Floyd at college. They can't wait to experience the fun of being on a train. Bugs does not want to fall asleep because he has always wanted to ride a train. When Daffy goes to the kitchen to get food he comes out and the food spills on Lola's doll. Bugs then attempted to figure out what happened like Sherlock Holmes. The next day the kids wake up along with Granny. Suddenly it is noticed that Lola's doll is missing! Bugs interrogates all the other kids to find out what happened to the doll. He came up with nothing. It was unknown what happened to the doll except Sylvester had washed her up so she would be not sticky. When the kids finally reach their final destination, Floyd at college they tell him what happened. Floyd then thinks what could have happened. His hypothesis was correct! It was that during the night Bugs awoke from teh coolness of the open window and that right before he closed it the doll was sucked out by the air! Thus she was hanging out the window which was correct!.. read more.

2x11: A Turtle Named Mrytle / There's Nothing Like A Good Book recap: A Turtle Named Myrtle: The kids are at the beach with Floyd. At first the kids are full of excitement and enthusiasm until Melissa is mad that her shovel is not as nice as everyone else's. When Floyd tells her that she can't get another one she decides to hold hear breath until she gets her way. Floyd informs her how dangerous that was, but Melissa wouldn't give up until she got her way. Floyd and Melissa decide to not talk to each other for the rest of the day. Melissa then wonders from the group by herself. She then finds a little turtle and decides she will keep it. She names it Myrtle. When the kids come to see what Melissa is doing she decides to hide Myrtle under a pail. When the kids are discussing what she is doing Myrtle starts moving in the pail causing the pail to move as well. The kids soon discover what is going on, but Melissa says that it is hers and that they can't play with her. After much talk they all agree to help Myrtle to come home. For a long period of time the gang fills the car with water until it is completely full! When the kids go back to Myrtle she is gone! After a long quest to find her they succeed. Sadly, Floyd sees what the kids are doing. He tells Melissa that Myrtle would be much happier here at home. She obeys him and lets Myrtle go. When the kids get back to the car Floyd says that they all deserve a round of applause. He then opens the car trunk and is swept away by a car full of water... read more.

2x9: Bend it Like Petunia / Cock-A-Doodle-Doo-It! recap: Bend it Like Petunia The kids play soccer for the first time. Throughout the game Daffy says that girls will never be as good as boys because boys are better. Petunia ignores him because she knows that with hard work girls can be as good as anyone. The boys get the first score, but soon Petunia scores the next one. When the team was down Petunia would cheer them up. Floyd was also part of the girls team since there were more boys then girls. When Petunia scored in the net she said that it didn't count because he accidentally hit if with her hand. Floyd was very impressed by that sense of judgment. At the end of the game the boys one from 2-1, but Daffy admitted that girls can be as good as boys...maybe even better. Floyd then gives all the kids awards for different things. Petunia ended up winning every award ranging from most leadership to best attitude. In the end the lesson to be learned is that no matter what differences you have from someone you can always improve and suppress... read more.

2x8: Lights! Camera! Tweety! / Backstage Bugs recap: Lights! Camera! Tweety!: Floyd is taking the kids to the set of a real life television show! The kids can't wait because it will be for their favorite T.V show called Tessia's Tree House. Tessia is very nice to the kids and gives them a tour of the whole studio. They meet many people who put the show together such as the director. When Sylvester is in the control rooms he is fascinated by the many brightly colored buttons. One of which that he was going to push is the button that turns on the cameras! Before he does Tessia stops him because that would interrupt the current show airing. Tessia also tells the kids many stories such as the time when Floyd accidentally locked their whole class out of the room. Once again Floyd accidentally locks the whole crew, Tessia, and himself out of the studio! Worst of all the show will be starting in a few minutes. Since the kids knew how to operate the studio they decide to make the show! Tweety turns the cameras on while Lola directs and Bugs and Daffy star in the show. Once the show starts Bugs blanks out and his blinking at the camera saying, "a-hun-unm, a hun-unm." Until Daffy comes to save the show, but the same thing happens to them. Then Taz jumped on stage and attempted a knock-knock joke. Finally it is up to Tweety to save the show! While the rest of the gang is camera shy on stage Tweety hosts the show. Tweety did very well at hosting according to his friends. Right after the show ends the crew, Floyd, and Tessia are able to get back in the studio. They saw the great job Tweety did and Tessia decides to let him be her co-host for the rest of the week!.. read more.

2x7: Are We There, Yet / Save Our Cinnamon recap: Save Our Cinnamon: The kids are off to Granny's sisters bake ship. Floyd as well as the kids can't wait to eat her cinnamon rolls. Once the kids arrive to the shop Auntie greets them with a giant cake. The kids are disappointed because they wanted cinnamon rolls. Auntie tells them that landlord has raised the rents and she can't afford to stay in business any more. The kids finally think of the perfect plan. They will make the world's largest cinnamon rolls and enter it in the Skinnies Book of World Records. Granny then comes down to the ship to lend a hand. The kids then learn how to "need" the dough. Auntie has to explain to the kids what that means because they all have incorrect assumptions. Sylvester later enjoys skating over a giant pan with butter bars strapped to his feet. The kids are disappointed when Taz eats all the dough, but the kids remake it with the left over dough. A representative for Skinnie's Book of World Records arrives and takes pictures of the rolls. When this is happening the landlord arrives and asks for Auntie. He states that they only have until morning before the shop turns into a parking lot. He is accompanied with a police officer who disagrees with him, but by law he has to inform Auntie that she has to pay her rent. The kids then get a giant fan and put it up to the roll and the fragrance blows through town attracting all townsfolk. They pay admission causing Auntie to be able to stay in business... read more.
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