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11th Apr '16 12:16:47 AM DarkastKiller
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** In one episode she mentions her evil twin sister, and Hazel was still licensed, so presumably she's just the good twin, originally created so they'd have the character.
20th Sep '15 2:14:33 AM PatchGipper
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* Why doesn't Yosamite Sam's mustache get mad at him for trying to, oh I don't know, SHAVE HIM CLEAN OFF?

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* Why doesn't Yosamite Sam's mustache get mad at him for trying to, oh I don't know, SHAVE HIM CLEAN OFF?OFF?
* Does Sylvester's son not exist here? I'm only asking because of that episode where he goes to see his mother and she asks about grandchildren. Sylvester acts like kids are a sensitive issue, or at least something he doesn't want to think about. I do remember reading somewhere that this show was supposed to operate as a prequel of sorts to the original shorts, so I guess it's possible that he hasn't even been concieved yet, but I wanted to ask someone who's watched the show more than I have. Do other people even remember Sylvester Jr, anyway?
7th Jul '15 11:38:25 AM nombretomado
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* Why is WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow so diffrent from the origional WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes? Why doesn't Bugs bunny live in his rabbit hole anymoreand why is Daffy duck stupid now? Where is the explosions or the cartoon humor? Why do the characters live in a more realistic style and less cartoony like dating, getting married and getting a job? i miss the old LooneyTunes...

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* Why is WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow so diffrent from the origional WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes? Why doesn't Bugs bunny live in his rabbit hole anymoreand why is Daffy duck stupid now? Where is the explosions or the cartoon humor? Why do the characters live in a more realistic style and less cartoony like dating, getting married and getting a job? i miss the old LooneyTunes...WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes...
30th Jun '15 10:15:56 AM erforce
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* Lola. Lola bugs me. Everyone else is at least a reflection of their old selves, but Lola isn't even that. When she first showed up in SpaceJam, she was this strong mysterious woman, one who may have liked Bugs, but he was gonna have to work for it. Now she's... this thing. It's like the writers saw her and went, "Oh, a female Rabbit! Of course she's a preppy valley girl who's desperately in love with Bugs!"

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* Lola. Lola bugs me. Everyone else is at least a reflection of their old selves, but Lola isn't even that. When she first showed up in SpaceJam, ''Film/SpaceJam'', she was this strong mysterious woman, one who may have liked Bugs, but he was gonna have to work for it. Now she's... this thing. It's like the writers saw her and went, "Oh, a female Rabbit! Of course she's a preppy valley girl who's desperately in love with Bugs!"



**** Because SpaceJam Lola wasn't ''funny.'' She wasn't loony, she wasn't toony, and she wasn't ''funny.'' She was ''boring.''

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**** Because SpaceJam ''Film/SpaceJam'' Lola wasn't ''funny.'' She wasn't loony, she wasn't toony, and she wasn't ''funny.'' She was ''boring.''



** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment? Plus, Lola IS a female stereotype, a DumbBlonde. Also, the creators flat out said they never watched SpaceJam and thus, they wouldn't know if the old Lola could fit in this show or not.

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** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment? Plus, Lola IS a female stereotype, a DumbBlonde. Also, the creators flat out said they never watched SpaceJam ''Film/SpaceJam'' and thus, they wouldn't know if the old Lola could fit in this show or not.
7th Dec '14 10:53:18 AM benleigh
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** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment? Plus, Lola IS a female stereotype, a DumbBlonde.

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** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment? Plus, Lola IS a female stereotype, a DumbBlonde. Also, the creators flat out said they never watched SpaceJam and thus, they wouldn't know if the old Lola could fit in this show or not.
7th Dec '14 4:12:16 AM benleigh
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** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment?

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** Did the original poster say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment?CharacterDevelopment? Plus, Lola IS a female stereotype, a DumbBlonde.
7th Dec '14 4:08:12 AM benleigh
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** Did the original poster say say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment?

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** Did the original poster say say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment?
7th Dec '14 4:07:20 AM benleigh
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** Did the original poster say say Lola was Chickified simply because she's female? Also, if Lola having a whacky personality now is better, how come not a lot of people seem to hate Tina, who is CloserToEarth? does SHE suffer slapstick? Did this version of Lola have any CharacterDevelopment?
1st Sep '14 1:30:56 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** You're thinking of Elmer. Although Bugs is a rabbit, so logically he *should* be vegetarian, but Looney Tunes has never been big on logic.

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** You're thinking of Elmer. Although Bugs is a rabbit, so logically he *should* be vegetarian, but Looney Tunes has never been big on logic.logic.
* Why doesn't Yosamite Sam's mustache get mad at him for trying to, oh I don't know, SHAVE HIM CLEAN OFF?
1st Sep '14 1:15:43 PM MelancholyUtopia
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**** As a female troper, I can say that you can't just think that the creators were trying {{Chickification}} simply because she was a female rabbit. Take Tina for example. She's a grilfriend to Daffy but she isn't loony or dumb like Lola is, she's the complete opposite, so the female stereotyping is legitimately ruled out. On another note, as the other tropers above said, ''Film/SpaceJam'' Lola was one-dimensional with little depth to her character than being a tough-nut who got resentful over being called doll. Lola in this show got a personality fitting with the Looney Tunes format, a wacky, energetic character who's got her head in the clouds and, in my opinion, one of the biggest improvements within this series. Furthermore, in ''Film/SpaceJam'' she was indicated as a sex symbol, whereas in this show she's what's mentioned above, and doesn't suffer [[SlapstickKnowsNoGender slapstick immortality]] because of her gender. Isn't that much better, and less sexistic, for a female character?

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**** As a female troper, I can say that you can't just think that the creators were trying {{Chickification}} simply because she was a female rabbit. Take Tina for example. She's a grilfriend girlfriend to Daffy but she isn't loony or dumb like Lola is, she's the complete opposite, so the female stereotyping is legitimately ruled out. On another note, as the other tropers above said, ''Film/SpaceJam'' Lola was one-dimensional with little depth to her character than being a tough-nut who got resentful over being called doll. Lola in this show got a personality fitting with the Looney Tunes format, a wacky, energetic character who's got her head in the clouds and, in my opinion, one of the biggest improvements within this series. Furthermore, in ''Film/SpaceJam'' she was indicated as a sex symbol, whereas in this show she's what's mentioned above, and doesn't suffer [[SlapstickKnowsNoGender slapstick immortality]] because of her gender. Isn't that much better, and less sexistic, for a female character?
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