History Characters / TheLooneyTunesShow

17th Apr '16 11:37:57 PM annette12
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17th Apr '16 11:34:04 PM annette12
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola is far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she is a seductive MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal is completely removed, although least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola is far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she is a seductive MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal is completely removed, although she's still cute, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite (he finds her "a very pretty lady" despite being annoyed by her).



* BrainlessBeauty: She's a ditz who, In-Universe,seems to be considered prettt, while not a sex symbol like she is in ''Film/SpaceJam''.

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* BrainlessBeauty: She's a ditz who, In-Universe,seems to be considered prettt, while While not a sex symbol like she is was in ''Film/SpaceJam''.''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still a pretty lady...and a total airhead.



* TheDitz: Lola can out-ditz anyone on the show.



* TookALevelInDumbass: Compared to her ''Film/SpaceJam'' version. Though some see this as an improvement as it adds a level of humor to what was originally a rather bland character.

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* TookALevelInDumbass: Compared to her ''Film/SpaceJam'' version. Though some see this as an improvement as it adds a level of humor to what was originally a rather bland character.
17th Apr '16 10:23:15 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was simply a basketball player and exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs was head over heels in love with. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by ''him''.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola was far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she was an athletic MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal was toned down, although she's still very cute and pretty, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).
* AdaptationalComicRelief: She was a down-to-earth female character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' but was intentionally changed for this adaption so to appear more "looney tuney". [[BaseBreaker Some people think this is for the better, some think not.]]

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was is simply a basketball player and exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs was head over heels in love with. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by ''him''.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola was is far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she was an athletic is a seductive MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal was toned down, is completely removed, although she's still very cute and pretty, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).
* AdaptationalComicRelief: She was is more of a down-to-earth female character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' but was intentionally changed for this adaption so to appear more "looney tuney". [[BaseBreaker Some people think this is for the better, some think not.]]



* BrainlessBeauty: While not a sex symbol like she was in ''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still a pretty lady...and a total airhead.

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* BrainlessBeauty: While She's a ditz who, In-Universe,seems to be considered prettt, while not a sex symbol like she was is in ''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still a pretty lady...and a total airhead.''Film/SpaceJam''.



* DistaffCounterpart: Lola's original character was supposed to be this to Bugs. However, due to AdaptationPersonalityChange in this show, she She is here much more actually similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Lola's original character was supposed to be this to Bugs. However, due to AdaptationPersonalityChange in this show, Despite being Bugs' girlfriend, she She is here much more actually similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.



* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Very often, in stark contrast with her ''Film/SpaceJam'' counterpart.

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* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Very often, in stark contrast with her ''Film/SpaceJam'' counterpart.often.



* TookALevelInDumbass: Compared to her ''Film/SpaceJam'' version. Though some see this as an improvement as it adds a level of humor to what was originally a rather dry and overly serious character.

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* TookALevelInDumbass: Compared to her ''Film/SpaceJam'' version. Though some see this as an improvement as it adds a level of humor to what was originally a rather dry and overly serious bland character.
7th Apr '16 7:45:14 PM annette12
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* DistaffCounterpart: She is actually similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.
* TheDitz: Lola can out-ditz anyone on the show.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Lola's original character was supposed to be this to Bugs. However, due to AdaptationPersonalityChange in this show, she She is here much more actually similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.
* TheDitz: Lola can out-ditz anyone on the show.
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7th Apr '16 7:43:15 PM annette12
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Here, Lola is Bugs' scatter-brained, bubbly, obsessive girlfriend, who has a habit of speaking rapidly, whether anyone else is listening or not.

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Here, Lola is Bugs' scatter-brained, bubbly, obsessive girlfriend, who has a habit of speaking rapidly, whether anyone else is listening or not.



* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Subverted Despite having GirlinessUpgrade, Lola is ''not'' sexually portrayed as in ''Film/SpaceJam''...which a lot of audiences found far more pleasant for a rabbit character.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Subverted Inverted. Despite having GirlinessUpgrade, her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola is ''not'' sexually portrayed as in ''Film/SpaceJam''...which a lot of audiences found was far more pleasant for a rabbit character.attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she was an athletic MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal was toned down, although she's still very cute and pretty, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).



* BrainlessBeauty: However, since she's not a sex symbol this time, it's a a fairly mild example.

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* BrainlessBeauty: However, since she's While not a sex symbol this time, it's like she was in ''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still a pretty lady...and a fairly mild example.total airhead.



* TookALevelInKindness: From her original incarnation.
7th Apr '16 6:01:26 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* TheAce: In earlier episodes, where he even won the Nobel Prize. Later episodes have made his flaws more explicit.

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* TheAce: In earlier episodes, he was quite true to his roots, where he even won the Nobel Prize. Later episodes have made his flaws more explicit.



Lola is Bugs' scatter-brained, bubbly, obsessive girlfriend, who has a habit of speaking rapidly, whether anyone else is listening or not.

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Here, Lola is Bugs' scatter-brained, bubbly, obsessive girlfriend, who has a habit of speaking rapidly, whether anyone else is listening or not.



* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak and an exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs had to work to get. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by him.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, Lola was far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she was an athletic MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal was toned down, although she's still very cute and pretty, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was simply a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak basketball player and an exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs had to work to get. was head over heels in love with. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by him.
''him''.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted. Subverted Despite her GirlinessUpgrade in this show, having GirlinessUpgrade, Lola was is ''not'' sexually portrayed as in ''Film/SpaceJam''...which a lot of audiences found far more attractive and seductive in ''Film/SpaceJam'' where she was an athletic MsFanservice. In this adaptation Lola's sex appeal was toned down, although she's still very cute and pretty, or at least Bugs thinks so (despite being annoyed by her).pleasant for a rabbit character.



* BrainlessBeauty: While not a sex symbol like she was in ''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still a pretty lady...and a total airhead.

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* BrainlessBeauty: While However, since she's not a sex symbol like she was in ''Film/SpaceJam'', she's still this time, it's a pretty lady...and a total airhead.fairly mild example.



* DistaffCounterpart: Lola's original character was supposed to be this to Bugs. However, due to AdaptationPersonalityChange in this show, she is here much more similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Lola's original character was supposed to be this to Bugs. However, due to AdaptationPersonalityChange in this show, she She is here much more actually similar to Daffy, without the {{Jerkass}} traits.



* GirlinessUpgrade: In ''Film/SpaceJam'', she was a spunky, no nonsense PassionateSportsGirl that hated when people called her "doll". In this show, she is a rich air-headed ValleyGirl with a MotorMouth and stalking tendencies.

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* GirlinessUpgrade: In ''Film/SpaceJam'', she was a spunky, no nonsense PassionateSportsGirl Not that hated when people called she didn't have any girliness in her "doll". In this show, first appearence, but here, she is a rich air-headed ValleyGirl with a MotorMouth and stalking tendencies.


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* TookALevelInKindness: From her original incarnation.
2nd Apr '16 11:38:50 AM ading
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* TokenEvilTeammate: He's a friend of Bugs, Daffy, and Porky in this continuity. Still wants to destroy the Earth, though.
27th Feb '16 7:59:47 AM creader
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak and an exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs had to work to get. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by him.



* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Her original character in ''Film/SpaceJam'' was a TomboyWithAGirlyStreak and an exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs had to work to get. Here she's an energetic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} who's excruciatingly infatuated by him.
15th Jan '16 4:19:15 AM annette12
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Bugs Bunny lives a life of upper-middle-class suburban leisure, based off income from a popular Carrot Peeler that he invented. He lives in a well-appointed house, drives a compact car, and provides room and board for his friend, Daffy Duck. He spends his time watching sports on TV, hanging out with his friends and neighbors (mostly drawn from the classic Looney Tunes roster), and dating Lola Bunny (the latter under some protest). He generally plays the straight man to Daffy and Lola's various bouts of insanity, although he is not without his own quirks. He has exhibited somewhat compulsive/addictive tendencies, like having a high caffeine intake with coffee, becoming addicted to an energy drink that had dangerous chemicals in it, nearly leveled his own house in an increasingly deranged attempt to put up a shelf, and getting hooked on foods that contain butter. Despite being very intelligent, he has shown some level of idiocy, such as when he found jail "a smart aleck's" paradise and mistook the Tasmanian Devil for a dog.

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Bugs Bunny lives a life of upper-middle-class suburban leisure, based off income from a popular Carrot Peeler that he invented. He lives in a well-appointed house, drives a compact car, and provides room and board for his friend, Daffy Duck. He spends his time watching sports on TV, hanging out with his friends and neighbors (mostly drawn from the classic Looney Tunes roster), and dating Lola Bunny (the latter under some protest). He generally plays the straight man to Daffy and Lola's various bouts of insanity, although he is not without his own quirks. He has exhibited somewhat compulsive/addictive tendencies, like having a high caffeine intake with coffee, becoming addicted to an energy drink that had dangerous chemicals in it, nearly leveled his own house in an increasingly deranged attempt to put up a shelf, and getting hooked on foods that contain butter. Despite being very intelligent, he has shown some level of idiocy, such as when he found jail "a smart aleck's" paradise and mistook the Tasmanian Devil for a dog.



Daffy Duck is the roommate of Bugs Bunny. Unlike Bugs and their neighbors, Daffy has no way of earning money and relies on Bugs for food and shelter. He has tried on numerous occasions to get rich quick, but ended up failing repeatedly. While Daffy's greed and jealousy of Bugs remains, it appears less antagonistic in the show. In the first episode, Bugs openly admits that Daffy is his best friend, despite his faults. Daffy has worked, and been fired from, numerous jobs due to negligence and/or incompetence. Despite this, however, Daffy has shown to be a very skilled hair dresser and successfully graduated beauty school. Daffy's three possessions that he is proud of are his blue recliner, his white collar (which he always wears), and his Papier-mâché parade float, constructed on top of a pickup truck, which is his main means of transport.

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Daffy Duck is the roommate of Bugs Bunny. Unlike Bugs and their neighbors, Daffy has no way of earning money and relies on Bugs for food and shelter. He has tried on numerous occasions to get rich quick, but ended up failing repeatedly. While Daffy's greed and jealousy of Bugs remains, it appears less antagonistic in the show. In the first episode, Bugs openly admits that Daffy is his best friend, despite his faults. Daffy has worked, and been fired from, numerous jobs due to negligence and/or incompetence. Despite this, however, Daffy has shown to be a very skilled hair dresser and successfully graduated beauty school. Daffy's three possessions that he is proud of are his blue recliner, his white collar (which he always wears), and his Papier-mâché parade float, constructed on top of a pickup truck, which is his main means of transport.



* ButtMonkey[=/=]TheChewToy: Though he tends to bring it upon himself sometimes.

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* ButtMonkey[=/=]TheChewToy: ButtMonkey: Though he tends to bring it upon himself sometimes.



Porky Pig is one of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck's friends. Despite being extremely bright and bookish, Porky has an innocent, naive quality that Daffy frequently uses to his advantage, tricking Porky into parting with large sums of money or accompanying him in bizarre schemes. Porky originally worked a boring office job, but got fired following Bugs' example. He started his own catering company afterwards.

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Porky Pig is one of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck's friends. Despite being extremely bright and bookish, Porky has an innocent, naive quality that Daffy frequently uses to his advantage, tricking Porky into parting with large sums of money or accompanying him in bizarre schemes. Porky originally worked a boring office job, but got fired following Bugs' example. He started his own catering company afterwards.
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