Judge David Johnson doesn't want to be anywhere near Baby Taz when he has a full diaper. He goes into one of those cyclone spin things and, well, it's all over.
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 3: Puddly Olympics (published April 25th, 2007) are also available.
More cartoons in diapers.
Volume 4 of Warner's Baby Looney Tunes series is finally upon us, and I don't know about you but I'm ready for it. After all, you can't really have enough iconic animated woodland creatures running around in Pampers and acting like dicks to each other, can you? Here's how it shakes out: the Baby Looney Tunes, featuring pre-toddling all-stars like Bugs Bunny, Lola (female counterpart to Bugs), Daffy, Tweety, Taz, and Sylvester hang around in a daycare, under the loving scrutiny of Granny, the benevolent nanny and purveyor of life lessons.
Eight more bite-sized, ten-minute morsels for your kid to chew on:
• "A Lot Like Lola"
• "Mothers Day Madness"
• "Takers Keepers"
• "To Tell the Tooth"
• "Snow Day"
• "Shadow of a Doubt"
• "Christmas in July"
I continue to remain unmoved by the show, but it's certainly not malevolent in any way. Milking these beloved characters dry is a tad unsettling, sure, and the comical nuance of a grown rabbit kissing a bald hunter on the lips is lost in this watered-down version for the tots, but I won't lambaste it, especially if this is your child's kind of thing; the show is pleasant to watch, the characters are entertaining enough and the moral lessons clear and ham-fisted. On the DVD, there's not much going on. Shows are transferred in their native full-frame incarnation, supplemented by two 2.0 stereo tracks (English and French; Baby Taz screaming in French is actually pretty funny) and a bunch of previews are it for the extras.
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