The Looney Tunes Show: Season 1 (2011)
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The Looney Tunes Show: Season 1 (2011)

TV-PG 25 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
THE LOONEY TUNES SHOW is an all-new, modern half-hour comedy series starring Bugs Bunny and his best friend, and seemingly permanent houseguest, Daffy Duck. Their larger than life personalities offer an irreverent, comical take on everyday situations, whether wreaking havoc at the grocery store, the DMV or in the suburban neighborhood they share with the rest of their Looney Tunes friends. The series also features Merrie Melodies animated music videos and CG shorts featuring Road Runner and Wile
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
When Daffy realizes the country club is open to members only, he determines to gain access and take full advantage of his newfound privileges. Meanwhile, Bugs meets the girl of his dreams-Lola Bunny-on the tennis court, but when they go on a date, will it still be a perfect match? Plus, Marvin the Martian is featured in the Merrie Melodies video "I'm a Martian" and Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner appear in the CG short "Bubble Trouble."
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
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! Plus, everyone's favorite gunslinger, Yosemite Sam, is featured in the Merrie Melodies video "I Blow My Stack."
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
When Yosemite Sam loses his solar-powered electricity during a rainstorm, Bugs and Daffy open their doors to the prickly pint-size neighbor. They quickly find that Yosemite Sam is a less-than-perfect houseguest... but how to get him to leave? The episode includes the Merrie Melodies interlude "Chickenhawk."
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Daffy takes Gossamer under his wing, while Bugs stars in a TV commercial for Speedy's new frozen pizza. Plus, in "A Zipline in the Sand," Wile E. Coyote attempts to capture the Road Runner using a zipline hanging above the road.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
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.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
Instead of relaxing during a spa vacation, Bugs and Daffy spend most of their time fighting over a Hollywood starlet.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
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.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
While Lola sweeps Bugs to Paris in an effort to fall in love, Daffy sweeps Granny's attic and discovers that she was once a spy in World War II! Plus, in Winter Blunderland,the coyote covers the desert in snow in an attempt to catch the Road Runner via speed skating.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
Bugs and Daffy have a reversal of fortune, and Bugs is forced to return to his old rabbit hole. The episode features the Merrie Melodies animated video "We Are in Love," where Lola professes how in love she and Bugs are. Bugs, on the other hand, isn't so sure. Plus, in "Heavy Metal," the Coyote discovers an iron suit in a cave and attempts to use it against the Road Runner.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
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 discover that he might actually have feelings for Lola. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video for "Be Polite," the Gophers and Marvin the Martian sing about the importance of being nice to people. And in "Wile E. Sisyphus," the Coyote tries to roll over the Road Runner with a giant bolder.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
In a bid to defeat his nemesis at the big bowling tournament, Daffy has to swallow his pride and ask Bugs for his help. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Yellow Bird," the classic calypso song is reimagined through the eyes of Sylvester and the yellow bird he loves, Tweety. And in "Vicious Cycles," the Coyote steals multiple motorcycles to chase after the Road Runner.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
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. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Tasmanian Meltdown," the Tazmanian Devil goes wild, drinks Bugs' swimming pool and busts out of the backyard. And in "Gone in 60 Parsecs," the Coyote finds a spaceship and attempts to attack the Road Runner with lasers.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
Proving that work can be fun, Bugs gets a job at Porky's accounting firm. Daffy also gets a job: a nose job. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Skunk Funk," Pepe Le Pew lets the ladies know that he's the funkiest skunk around. And in "Heartbreak Bridge," the Coyote traps the Road Runner on a bridge ... and still can't catch him.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
When Tina asks Daffy to babysit her nephew, Daffy discovers the unexpected joys of motherhood. Meanwhile, Bugs discovers how gullible Porky can be. Plus, in 'Camo Coyote," the Coyote uses various camouflages to sneak up on the Road Runner.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
When Bugs and Daffy's favorite pizza joint closes, Bugs reopens it .... and gets in way over his head. Plus, take a fantastical, heavy-metal journey inside the mind of a wizard - er, Daffy Duck - in the Merrie Melodies video "The Wizard." And in "Go Fly a Coyote,' the Coyote takes to the skies on a giant kite to catch the road runner.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
What do all of Bugs' friends have in common? None of them have a valid driver's license. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Pizzariba," Speedy gives us the hard sell on his restauran ... with a few technical difficulties.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
Daffy takes on the persona of his television hero, Steve St. James, while Bugs takes on his caffeine addiction, by switching to energy drinks. Plus, in "Butte E. Fall," the Coyote tries his hand at rock climbing to get the Road Runner at the top of a giant butte.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
When Foghorn Leghorn takes a liking to Daffy he makes him the CEO of his company ... with disastrous results. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Pizzariba," Speedy gives us the hard sell on his restaurant ... with a few technical difficulties. And in "Another Bat Idea," the Coyote dresses up like Batman - but he is anything but super or heroic.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
A plate of French fries threatens to ruin Daffy and Porky's friendship, as well as Bugs' chance to see a playoff game. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "President's Day," Lola sings about her favorite holiday of the year.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Daffy helps Tina earn her cosmetology license, while Bugs helps Porky learn to dance. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video "Giant Robot Love," Daffy explains the meaning of Love to Porky.
 
TV-PG
  21 minutes
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.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Bugs tries to hang a shelf to display his Nobel Prize, but this simple project gets very complicated, leaving Daffy and Speedy temporarily homeless. Plus, in the Merrie Melodies video, Daffy kindly explains to Porky why his birthday gift was "chintzy." And in "Goner with the Wind," the Coyote gets a sail car.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Daffy suspects that Porky is a killer, and Bugs has to take care of Lola when she breaks her leg.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Bugs and Daffy try to entertain a lonely Granny, while Sylvester becomes obsessed with a laser toy. In the Merrie Melodies video "Table for One," Speedy gives Porky dating advice. 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!
Life just got a little more animated! Screen icons Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are back, starring in an all-new modern comedy series from Warner Bros. Animation. Bugs is as brazen, sarcastic and ahead-of-the-game as ever, and Daffy, despite his narcissistic… View More
Genres Comedy, Family
Director
Starring Jeff Bergman, Bob Bergen, Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig View More
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Movie Summary

Life just got a little more animated! Screen icons Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are back, starring in an all-new modern comedy series from Warner Bros. Animation. Bugs is as brazen, sarcastic and ahead-of-the-game as ever, and Daffy, despite his narcissistic and paranoid tendencies, is Bugs' best friend and seemingly permanent houseguest.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy, Family
Starring Jeff Bergman, Bob Bergen, Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig, Maurice LaMarche, June Foray, Jim Cummings, Rachel Dratch, Billy West, Roz Ryan
Studio Name Warner Bros.
Release Date 2011
VUDU Release Date 06/09/2011
Rating TV-PG About Ratings
Episodes 25 episodes

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