History Headscratchers / TinyToonAdventures

19th Oct '16 12:44:41 PM Roo
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* What's with the continuity in this show? In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs are being drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also in the same episode, Montana Max is already a villain when he first meets Buster and Babs. According to a flashback in "Citizen Max", Monty and Busters were once good friends before he was corrupted by money.

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* What's with the continuity in this show? In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs are being drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also in the same episode, Montana Max is already a villain when he first meets Buster and Babs. According to a flashback in "Citizen Max", Monty and Busters were once good friends before he was corrupted by money.money.
** The continuity is kept deliberately loose because this show is a SpiritualSuccessor to the LooneyTunes shorts, which had ''no'' continuity. This means that the characters can have as many different pasts as they want, and what's canon to one episode isn't canon to another. If you really want a hard answer: Remember how in "A Looney Beginning," the characters were shown creating the show and writing the scripts? Not to mention, in the "Animaniacs" episode, where the characters are making their own cartoons, there is a "Citizen Max" poster on the wall in the animation room. Hence, the episode "Citizen Max" is essentially a story written and performed by the characters themselves, as an AffectionateParody of Film/CitizenKane, possibly as one of their student projects.
8th Aug '16 10:49:42 AM Keniko
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* In the episode "When You're Hot," why does Buster use a highly flammable wooden ladder, and even stranger, a ighly flammable ''hose'' to try to deal with the flame? I believe this joke was also used in ''Looney Tunes'', where it makes just as little sense as metal ladders were around back then, and hoses were made from (not flammable) rubber.

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* In the episode "When You're Hot," why does Buster use a highly flammable wooden ladder, and even stranger, a ighly highly flammable ''hose'' to try to deal with the flame? I believe this joke was also used in ''Looney Tunes'', where it makes just as little sense as metal ladders were around back then, and hoses were made from (not flammable) rubber.
28th Mar '16 8:41:58 PM SuperMagneto
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* In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs are being drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also in the same episode, Montana Max is already a villain when he first meets Buster and Babs. According to a flashback in "Citizen Max", Monty and Busters were once good friends before he was corrupted by money.

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* What's with the continuity in this show? In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs are being drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also in the same episode, Montana Max is already a villain when he first meets Buster and Babs. According to a flashback in "Citizen Max", Monty and Busters were once good friends before he was corrupted by money.
28th Mar '16 8:40:46 PM SuperMagneto
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* In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs were drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also, Montana and Busters were once friends in a flash in "Citizen Max", but he was already a villain when he meets Buster in "The Loony Beginning".

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* In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs were are being drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also, Also in the same episode, Montana Max is already a villain when he first meets Buster and Busters were once friends in Babs. According to a flash flashback in "Citizen Max", but Monty and Busters were once good friends before he was already a villain when he meets Buster in "The Loony Beginning".corrupted by money.
28th Mar '16 8:37:42 PM SuperMagneto
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*** The idea of a caricature of Robin Williams exists on the show as a human AND a Robin. And here I thought "The Fisher King" was confusing and he was in it!

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*** The idea of a caricature of Robin Williams exists on the show as a human AND a Robin. And here I thought "The Fisher King" was confusing and he was in it!it!
* In "The Loony Beginning", Buster and Babs were drawn on paper. How the heck do they have parents if they were created by a human artist? Also, Montana and Busters were once friends in a flash in "Citizen Max", but he was already a villain when he meets Buster in "The Loony Beginning".
26th Jul '15 8:45:39 AM Rainbow
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*** I think it was meant as a reference to the old "Silly Symphonies" Disney shorts that would have been produced around the same time period, the same with "Merrie Melodies" as another title that often appeared before the old Warner Brothers cartoons.
7th Jul '15 11:34:16 AM nombretomado
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** The LooneyTunes being actors filming cartoons is canon in those cartoons. It is done explicitly in the short ''A Star Is Bored'' where Daffy in a rabbit costume is used as Bugs' stunt double. In one scene Bugs makes fun of Yosemite Sam, the director yells cut, Bugs and Daffy are swapped, and finally Sam shoots Daffy in the face. In another scene Bugs and Elmer are sitting on a tree branch and Bugs gives Elmer a friendly reminder to not cut all the way through the branch. In all cases, until the director yells action they just act casually like coworkers.

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** The LooneyTunes WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes being actors filming cartoons is canon in those cartoons. It is done explicitly in the short ''A Star Is Bored'' where Daffy in a rabbit costume is used as Bugs' stunt double. In one scene Bugs makes fun of Yosemite Sam, the director yells cut, Bugs and Daffy are swapped, and finally Sam shoots Daffy in the face. In another scene Bugs and Elmer are sitting on a tree branch and Bugs gives Elmer a friendly reminder to not cut all the way through the branch. In all cases, until the director yells action they just act casually like coworkers.
15th Mar '15 7:53:09 AM Daefaroth
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** The LooneyToons being actors filming cartoons is canon in those cartoons. It is done explicitly in the short ''A Star Is Bored'' where Daffy in a rabbit costume is used as Bugs' stunt double. In one scene Bugs makes fun of Yosemite Sam, the director yells cut, Bugs and Daffy are swapped, and finally Sam shoots Daffy in the face. In another scene Bugs and Elmer are sitting on a tree branch and Bugs gives Elmer a friendly reminder to not cut all the way through the branch. In all cases, until the director yells action they just act casually like coworkers.

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** The LooneyToons LooneyTunes being actors filming cartoons is canon in those cartoons. It is done explicitly in the short ''A Star Is Bored'' where Daffy in a rabbit costume is used as Bugs' stunt double. In one scene Bugs makes fun of Yosemite Sam, the director yells cut, Bugs and Daffy are swapped, and finally Sam shoots Daffy in the face. In another scene Bugs and Elmer are sitting on a tree branch and Bugs gives Elmer a friendly reminder to not cut all the way through the branch. In all cases, until the director yells action they just act casually like coworkers.
15th Mar '15 7:43:08 AM Daefaroth
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** The LooneyToons being actors filming cartoons is canon in those cartoons. It is done explicitly in the short ''A Star Is Bored'' where Daffy in a rabbit costume is used as Bugs' stunt double. In one scene Bugs makes fun of Yosemite Sam, the director yells cut, Bugs and Daffy are swapped, and finally Sam shoots Daffy in the face. In another scene Bugs and Elmer are sitting on a tree branch and Bugs gives Elmer a friendly reminder to not cut all the way through the branch. In all cases, until the director yells action they just act casually like coworkers.
20th Feb '15 11:47:27 PM phoenix79
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*** Babs does say in the pilot that she's 14.
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