Judge David Johnson thinks Baby Taz's diapers smells funky.
Our reviews of Baby Looney Tunes: Playday Pals (Volume 1) (published March 29th, 2006), Baby Looney Tunes: Let's Play Pretend (Volume 2) (published April 19th, 2006), and Baby Looney Tunes, Volume 4: Tooth Fairy Tales (published August 29th, 2007) are also available.
Cartoons in diapers.
The age-old argument of who would win in a fight, the Baby Looney Tunes or the Muppet Babies, is prolonged with this third collection of BLT cartoons. Titled "Puddle Olympics," Volume Three of Baby Looney Tunes serves up a helping of eight episodes from the toddler-geared cartoon series, the thrust of which is that the popular Looney Tunes characters Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Taz, Sylvester and Daffy are little and in day care and learn important life lessons from the old lady that watches them. It lends itself to a pile of cutesy dialogue and object lessons on sharing and friendship and fairness. You know, the typical pre-K claptrap.
• "Time and Time Again"
• "May the Best Taz Win"
• "Sylvester the Pester"
• "Duck! Monsters! Duck!"
• "Brave Little Tweety"
• "The Puddle Olympics"
This show is harmless and cheesy and fine for young kids. The individual episodes are short and sweet (about 10 minutes or so) and the entire collection totals just north of 80 minutes. The songs are simple, but add a nice touch. So, overall, Baby Looney Tunes will give you some average animated follies aimed at the really young, offering up easy-to-digest life lessons. Full-frame, 2.0 stereo, no extras.
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