The Tazmanian Devil not toilet-trained—there's a sight Judge David Johnson isn't eager to see.
Our reviews of Baby Looney Tunes: Let's Play Pretend (Volume 2) (published April 19th, 2006), Baby Looney Tunes, Volume 3: Puddly Olympics (published April 25th, 2007), and Baby Looney Tunes, Volume 4: Tooth Fairy Tales (published August 29th, 2007) are also available.
That's all, folks! (It's naptime.)
I guess I missed this one on television. Baby Looney Tunes tells the story of the big dogs of Warner Brothers animation before they were grown up and dropping anvils on each other's heads or kissing hunters on the lips. The series, obviously geared toward the very young, finds six pals—Daffy Duck, Baby Taz, Sylvester, Bugs Bunny, Tweety, and Baby Lola (Bugs's female counterpart)—engaging in simple misadventures in their nursery, which is lorded over by the benevolent Granny. This disc contains four 12-minute episodes:
• "Taz in Toyland"
• "Comfort Level"
• "A Secret Tweet"
• "Like a Duck to Water"
Like I said, this show is for little, little kids. Plotlines are simple and predictable, and the humor is goofy slapstick and squeaky voices. Will kids like it? Sure, once they get past the weird set-up of a single, elderly woman raising half a dozen talking animals in diapers. An interactive trivia game accompanies the episodes.
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Studio: Warner Bros.
• Trivia Game
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