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Voiced by: Jeff Bergman
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.
- The Ace: 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.
- Adorkable: From time to time.
- Ambiguously Jewish: Less so than in other adaptations, but the accent's still there.
- Brutal Honesty: At times:Daffy: (after watches a basketball game) That's it! I figured it out! I finally know what I'm going to do with my life: be a professional basketball player!Bugs: You're three and a half feet tall.Daffy: (groans) You know, you're a real dream killer. I hope you don't ever have children.
- Butt Monkey: Occasionally a victim of this due to being the Only Sane Man.
- Chick Magnet: Lola is crazy about him, he manages to win over a famous actress in "Casa de Calma", and we see two women fighting over him in "Eligible Bachelors".
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: When the series begins, this is his dynamic for Daffy. He manages to pass that duty off to Tina, only to end up as Lola's minder.
- Deadpan Snarker: Especially towards Daffy.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Phlegmatic/Leukine.
- Friend to All Children: Has shades of this that is mostly seen with his relationship with Gossamer.
- Green-Eyed Epiphany: Had this when Lola temporarily had a crush on Daffy. He tries to get her attention, call her pretty and wind up insisting that he is her boyfriend. Which prompts her to snap out of it and tell him to repeat that. He refuses, but it's okay, she got the whole thing on tape.
- The Hero: Even moreso in this adaptation.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Daffy.
- Living Emotional Crutch: To Lola. When she mistakenly believes that he broke up with her in "Dear John", she is so distraught that she decides to leave to a Buddhist monastery.
- Mythology Gag: His birthday is July 27. That day in 1940 A Wild Hare was released.
- Nice Guy: He's snarky, but Bugs is one of the easiest characters to get along with.
- Not So Above It All:
- He's not without his foibles. He can be just as obsessive as Daffy, and unwilling to admit when he's wrong or has made a mistake.
- He's surprisingly not good with do-it-yourself carpentry, considering all the failure coming from trying to build a shelf.
- He seems to be only person in the entire world who did not know on first sight that Poochie is not a dog.
- A recurring theme in the earlier episodes is that Bugs has led such a charmed life that he finds a lot of stuff ordinary people dread to be fascinating. This includes high school reunions, office jobs, and even prison. Needless to say, the people with him in those environments do not share his enthusiasm.
- Odd Friendship: As revealed in the first episode, he himself doesn't quite understand how he tolerates Daffy, but the two are best friends.
- Official Couple: With Lola Bunny as of "Double Date".
- Only Sane Man: Easily the sanest person on the show, and even he has his irrational moments.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Daffy's Red.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Savvy Guy to Lola's Energetic Girl.
- Science Hero: He hardly ever uses that skill set, but it's there.
- Screwy Squirrel: In Casa de Calma. Otherwise, he is actually one of the few main characters that isn't this.
- She's Not My Girlfriend: He went through a stage like this with Lola. Eventually she tricked him into a relationship.
- Sitcom Character Archetypes: Square, Wisecracker and Sage.
Voiced by: Jeff Bergman
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. While Daffy's greed and jealousy of Bugs remains, it appears less antagonistic in the show.
- Adaptation Personality Change: In the original shorts - at least, in his most iconic personalities - he was fairly intelligent and clever, but occasionally gullible and was often defeated due to his greed and selfishness. Here, he's a lazy idiot who can't do anything right.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Either this or he has a whole plethora of real disorders: PTSD, autism, narcissism and crushingly low self-esteem (somehow), and occasional outright delusions.Bugs: You're a narcissist, you're a sociopath, you're probably a psychopath...
- Anti-Hero: Usually. Sometimes crosses the line into Villain Protagonist.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: It seems Daffy has a severe case of this.
- Attention Whore: As usual.
- Big Eater: He apparently eats ribs covered in marshmallows and tops it with layers of powdered sugar.
- Brutal Honesty: This drives everyone crazy except for Foghorn Leghorn, who sees him as an Honest Advisor.
- Butt Monkey: Though he tends to bring it upon himself sometimes.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Has bizarre fantasies, opinions and random whims.
- Comedic Sociopathy: Most of his self-absorbed antics are Played for Laughs.
- Consummate Liar: As revealed in "Reunion" he's be able to make up ridiculous lies right on the spot and tell them with complete conviction. Unlike most examples of this trope, however, he doesn't manage his ability very well—he has to take Bugs to the reunion with him to keep track of all the lies he's told to different people, since they all contradict each other.
- Creepy Crossdresser: Crossdresses and has female mannerisms very frequently. Even if he is usually not in a villainous role, he is still meant to be "sissy".
- The Ditz: Not as much as Lola but he has his moments.
- Drives Like Crazy: As shown in "DMV".
- Feathered Fiend: A duck who is almost sociopathic.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Choleric/Melancholic.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Few of Daffy's friends can stand being around him. However Tina, Foghorn, Gossamer and (sometimes) Granny genuinely like him. He also gets along with Lola, though this is not that surprising.
- Genius Ditz: He's a talented cosmetologist.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Bugs Bunny.
- Hypocritical Humor: Frequent.
- Idiot Hero: The "hero" part is debatable, the "idiot" part is not.
- In Touch with His Feminine Side: He becomes this in this show; then again, he isn't really sure what "gender" is anyway.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Tina accurately guessed that he's an "insecure little weirdo who lies about everything and probably cries himself to sleep". Daffy wasn't offended, in fact; he was impressed that she could see through him so easily.Daffy: Wow. You're good.
- Insane Troll Logic: Probably the incarnation of this character that best deserves his name, Daffy.
- Insecure Love Interest: He thinks Tina is insane for willingly being his girlfriend.
- It's All About Me: Usually played for laughs.
- Jerkass: To nearly sociopathic levels, especially in the first season.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He became this in season two, where the "heart of gold" part increased while the "jerk" part decreased. See Took a Level in Kindness below.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: In the episode "The Float".
- Kick the Dog: His treatment of Porky in the second half of season 1 (especially "The Float"), was very badly received by a lot of viewers.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: Firing Cecil in "Customer Service".
- Lack of Empathy: Whenever he's paired with Porky, he doesn't seem to care how much crap he puts into the poor guy.
- Large Ham: Probably the most hammiest character in the show.
- Laser-Guided Karma: He is rarely a Karma Houdini, and usually gets his comeuppance (it's especially apparent in "Casa de Calma").
- Literal-Minded: In "Spread Those Wings and Fly", Daffy takes the title of a book (the title of the episode) as encouragement to take flying lessons, and Porky tries to correct him by saying that he takes the title too literally.Daffy: (to Porky) What are you talking about? He must have said the word "fly" about a hundred times in there. "Fly" means fly!
- Lovable Rogue: He's a pretty divisive character because of Depending on the Writer. Some play him as a Heroic Comedic Sociopath, some as a deconstruction of that trope. He seems to have roughly equal (or at least, equally loud) groups of fans and detractors.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Tina's Masculine Girl.
- Mr. Imagination: Although the line between "daydream" and "reality" is considerably blurred from his point of view (he really thinks he's a wizard, for instance).
- Mythology Gag: His birthday is April 17 (Porky's Duck Hunt was released on April 17, 1937).
- Narcissist: According to Bugs. He does display many of the traits that mark narcissism in reality.
- Odd Friendship: With Bugs. They're practically opposites. Interestingly enough, his friendship with Lola doesn't seem quite as weird.
- Official Couple: With Tina Russo as of "Double Date".
- Out-of-Character Moment: His behaviour in "Father Figures" is really tame compared to the rest of the series.
- Pet the Dog: Sometimes in the first season ("Devil Dog", "Eligible Bachelors", "That's My Baby"), more frequently in the second season.
- Psychopathic Manchild: A self-absorbed, idiotic, and borderline psychotic adult.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Bugs' Blue.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man to Porky's Sensitive Guy.
- Self-Deprecation: Daffy willingly admits he's a terrible person several times.
- Serious Business: Jobs, relationships, personal hygiene and safety are for losers! Parade floats and bowling, now, those are Serious Business.
- Sitcom Character Archetypes: Stick, Goofball and Bully.
- The Sociopath: According to Bugs anyways. While he checks some of the boxes of genuine sociopathic disorder (lack of empathy, impatience, blame-shifting and irresponsibility among others), he doesn't check all of them. For instance, shame and self-loathing are not generally associated with sociopathy.
- Spot Light Stealing Squad: He gets the most screen time in the show.
- Straw Loser: He pretty much exists to make Bugs (and everybody else) look better. The trope is lampshaded in his license acceptance speech, where he admits he has been placed in the world to make other people look better.
- Strawman Political: Especially in the first season, Daffy could have worked for Fox News.
- Talkative Loon: To the point of Daffy asking Bugs what the heck he was talking about after delivering a particularly outlandish monologue in "Working Duck". (Bugs, of course, had no idea.)
- Token Evil Teammate: Though the "evil" part is usually just shameless selfishness.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Starting in season two. While he still does have his occasional Jerkass moments throughout the season, Daffy slightly became a much nicer person than he was in season one.
- In the second season premiere, he realized that winning isn't everything after becoming a coach to Gossamer and his friends and was happy that his kids were having fun.
- In "Here Comes the Pig", he was even willing to help Porky win back his third grade girlfriend after all these years, before she gets married.
- Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: He deserves a lot of the stuff that happens to him because of his jerkish behavior.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Bugs.
Voiced by: Bob Bergen
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.
- Adorkable: They used a more appealing design than his classic appearance, in part because they knew they'd be depicting him as shy, lonely, frequently depressed and generally taken for granted.
- Ambiguously Bi: In "Double Date," he is excited when Daffy invites him on a date and even waits for Daffy with a bouquet of flowers. Regardless, he ends up attracting many women and ends up dating Petunia.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He's usually an Extreme Doormat to everybody (Daffy's just the one who exploits it most). But in the notorious The Float, after Daffy talks Porky into selling everything he owns - and then uses the money to buy a yacht - an enraged Porky beats the ever-living crap out of him.
- Butt Monkey: Biggest one on the show. Poor pig can't catch a break.
- Chick Magnet: This is the rare case where the Butt Monkey is one. He has attracted more girls than Bugs and Daffy combined, shown in "High School Reunion" and a few Merrie Melodies. After Petunia Pig makes her appearance, this trope is downplayed.
- Extreme Doormat: To Daffy, who does not give him a shred of dignity or respect.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Melancholic/Phlegmatic.
- Future Loser: He was the most popular student in high school, but peaked too early.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears a jacket and tie, but no pants.
- Hidden Depths: He actually has all sorts of skills and beneficiaries as Daffy discovers. It's just Daffy usually cares too little about him to find out anything.
- I Ate WHAT?!: Loves to eat ham...and unlike most examples, the many Lampshades cause him to look into it, leading to a sort of self-loathing you'd see from a drug addict.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: His main motivation.
- Impoverished Patrician: Subverted. His family seemingly used to be very wealthy, but Porky now lives extremely modestly and doesn't have much money.
- Jerk Jock: Hard to believe, but he was this in high school. He grew out of it. May or may not be the reason this universe turned him into its Butt Monkey.
- Neat Freak: His reorganization of Bugs's house in "Gossamer is Awesomer" drives Bugs round the bend.
- Nice Guy: Along with Bugs, Porky is one of the nicest characters in the series.
- No Respect Guy: If he appears in an episode at all, it's so that more lack-of-respect can be loaded on him.
- Official Couple: With Petunia Pig as of "Mr. Wiener".
- Only Sane Man: Along with Bugs. Even though he is an Extreme Doormat, he's one of the more rational characters.
- The Pollyanna: He tries hard to keep looking on the bright side.
- Porky Pig Pronunciation: Of course, except he doesn't compensate by changing words like the original shorts or other shows.
- Rant-Inducing Slight: Happens to him several times.
- Reformed Bully: It's revealed that he was a bully to Daffy Duck back in high school, which may explain why Daffy treats him badly. Now he's the nicest character on the show and apparently apologized to Daffy a thousand times for what he did in the past.
- Sanity Slippage: To varying degrees, especially in "Bugs & Daffy Get a Job".
- Sitcom Character Archetypes: Square, Dork and Goofball.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy to Daffy's Manly Man.
- Speech Impediment: He always stutters when he talks.
- Straw Loser: Not as much as Daffy, but it's very clear that he will never accomplish anything. There's an exception Played for Laughs in one of the Merrie Melodies shorts, but in the main continuity he just can't win.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: He tends to look up the positive side, even if there's a bad situation.
Voiced by: Fred Armisen (speaking), Damon Jones (Season 1, Episode 7 and singing)
Speedy Gonzales is an extremely fast mouse who lives with Bugs and Daffy as their "mouse in the wall" and runs a pizza parlor called Pizzarriba.
- The Ace: More so than Bugs, as unlike him he is still very unflawed.
- Badass Adorable: "El Queso Bandito" paints him as a fleet-footed Robin Hood since birth, and "Devil Dog" shows him taming the Nightmare Fuel laced Tazmanian Devil without batting an eyelash.
- Barefoot Cartoon Animal: Wears no shoes.
- Brutal Honesty: See Invincible Hero above.
- The Conscience: He is occasionally shown to act as Daffy's conscience.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Sanguine.
- Funny Foreigner: Sometimes speaks in Gratuitous Spanish.
- Invincible Hero: He is right about everything, owns a cool car, teaches flamenco dancing, gets the girls, saves a restaurant started by Bugs and Daffy that eventually is given to him, and trains Taz to obey him in seconds!
- Man in White: Lampshaded in Itsy Bitsy Gopher, where Lola and Daffy think his suit symbolizes his "purity".
- Morality Chain: He is the one who calls Daffy out for his poor treatment of Bugs and convinces him to be a better friend.
- Nice Hat: He wears an oversized yellow hat of Mexican charro.
- Super Speed: It's severely toned down in this series, but he can still move at incredibly fast speeds.
- Token Minority: He's a Mexican mouse.
- Vocal Evolution: His voice is significantly lower than Mel Blanc's version.
Voiced by: Kristen Wiig
Lola is Bugs' scatter-brained, bubbly, obsessive girlfriend, who has a habit of speaking rapidly, whether anyone else is listening or not.
- Adaptational Comic Relief: She isn't very comical in Space Jam but she was intentionally changed for this adaption so to appear more "looney tuney" like the other characters.
- Adaptational Ugliness: Downplayed. Despite her Girliness Upgrade, Lola's seductiveness and Ms. Fanservice traits from Space Jam are removed in this show, although she's still cute in a non-sexual way in order to match her kooky Adorkable personality.
- Adaptational Wimp: She is portrayed as a badass You Go, Girl! in Space Jam. Even in Baby Looney Tunes she's good at sports. Here she's a klutz who is unable to play tennis.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Her original character in Space Jam is simply a basketball player and exaggerated sex symbol who Bugs is head over heels in love with. Here she's an energetic Cloudcuckoolander who's excruciatingly infatuated by him.
- Adorkable: A bubbly, perky Genki Girl who takes her adorable ditziness to new heights.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: In the "Rebel Without A Glove", when Bugs became a temporary "bad boy".
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Even moreso than Daffy.
- Brainless Beauty: While not seductive like she is in Space Jam, she's still a pretty lady...and a total airhead.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Daffy's better at it, but only because Lola can't pay attention to any one thing long enough to build a delusion around it.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: There's a lot of pratfalling and slapstick when she's around.
- Distaff Counterpart: Despite being Bugs' girlfriend, she is similar to Daffy, without the Jerkass traits.
- The Ditz: Lola can out-ditz anyone on the show.Lola: Are you really a duck? I always thought you were a crow. Aren't ducks the ones with those big beaver teeth and that big beaver tail?Daffy: Those are beavers.Lola: So, you're a beaver?Daffy: Uh... Forget it.
Lola: Porky's a pig? I always thought he was a seal.
- Later, in the same episode:
- Drives Like Crazy: As shown in "DMV".
- Dumbass Has a Point: Lola convincing Daffy in "Daffy Duck Esquire" that he can't avoid Tina's dad forever if he ever wants to marry her. It's actually one of the rare moments in the series where she doesn't say anything loony at all.
- Dumb Blonde: Heavily implied, given her golden-ish fur.
- Ears as Hair: Lampshaded in "Double Date".Bugs: I like your hair.Lola: Thanks! ...They're my ears.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Sanguine/Choleric.
- Furry Female Mane: Has a tuft of blonde hair on the top of her head.
- Genius Ditz: In "We're In Big Truffle", she makes a passing remark that she babysat as a way to pay for medical school.
- Genki Girl: She's an energetic Cloudcuckoolander with a Motor Mouth.
- Girliness Upgrade: Not that she didn't have any girliness in her first appearence, but here, she is a rich air-headed Valley Girl instead of a Passionate Sports Girl.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Lola appears to have golden-ish fur with blonde bangs on the top of her head, but she is very sweet and kindhearted (although she can be a Dumb Blonde).
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: Becomes this with Tina.
- Hidden Depths: Apparently, Lola is in medical school.
- Hypocritical Humor: The entire segment in "Double Date" where Lola attempts to talk Daffy out of dating Tina.Lola: Not every girl's as stable as me. (flattens a soda can against her forehead with a creepy look on her face)
- Kindhearted Simpleton: Lola is a very sweet person and usually means well, although she can be quite dense.
- Living Emotional Crutch: To Bugs. When he mistakenly believes that she broke up with him in "Dear John", he is so distraught that he decides to travel the world via boating, stating, "There's nothing here for me anymore".
- Love Makes You Crazy: Not that she wasn't already crazy...
- Mood-Swinger: She has a tendency to have little control over her emotions, one moments she can be crying her eyes out and the next she's laughing her ass off. Just watch the movie scene in "Members Only".
- Motor Mouth: She talks a mile-a-minute, and Bugs is easily annoyed by this.
- Nice Girl: When she's not being a Yandere.
- Official Couple: With Bugs Bunny as of "Double Date".
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Bugs' Savvy Guy.
- Sitcom Character Archetypes: Square, Goofball and Bigmouth.
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: Very often.
- Stalker with a Crush: The Merrie Melody song, "We Are In Love," is basically "Stalker with a Crush: The Song". Among other tendencies of this trope, Lola stands outside Bugs' house in the rain while sporting a Slasher Smile. However, this trope is now averted now that Lola and Bugs became an Official Couple starting in "Double Date".
- Talkative Loon: Rather unhinged and talks a lot.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Tina's Tomboy.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: She certainly isn't a tomboy, but she wears a purple (light blue in the second season) rubber band on both ears like a high ponytail.
- Took a Level in Badass: Best shown in "It's a Handbag".
- Upperclass Twit: She's an empty-head, but apparently, she and her family are wealthy.
- Yandere: At her worst. Just see "We Are In Love" if you really wanna know what we mean.
Voiced by: Jennfier Esposito (Season 1), Annie Mumolo (Season 2)
A new character original to the show, Tina Russo is a female duck who is Daffy's girlfriend. She works at a copy store called "Copy Place". Tina is another straight character of the show, with a no-nonsense personality.
- The Ace: Tina can do just about anything, except cut hair.
- Biker Babe: Officially owns one after Bugs solds his to her in "Rebel Without A Glove".
- Brainy Brunette: Tina is sensible, street smart, a Junior Manager at her job, and she can understand a guy like Daffy!
- Canon Foreigner: A new character created for this show, replacing Daffy's former girlfriend Melissa Duck.
- Deadpan Snarker: The biggest one in the show after Bugs.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Bugs. The serious Straight Man to her Cloudcuckoolander love interest, much like Bugs is this to Lola.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Phlegmatic.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: Becomes this with Lola.
- I Can Change My Beloved: Her reason for being with Daffy, since she "likes a project".
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Daffy's Feminine Boy. Emphasized by this exchange:Tina: I'm not the beauty pageant type.Daffy: Oh, of course you are. You're constantly at the salon, you spend hours in front of the mirror, and you're always prancing around the house in a tiara.Tina: That's you.
- Morality Pet: For Daffy. He once put on a whole lie to prove to her father he was successful, not for the sake of his ego, but because he was afraid of losing her.
- Official Couple: With Daffy Duck as of "Double Date"..
- Only Sane Woman: One of the most down-to-earth characters in the show, along with Bugs.
- Straight Man: She's remarkably good at remaining calm in the face of Daffy's antics.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Lola's Girly Girl.
- What Does She See in Him?: Even Daffy himself believes she's insane for loving him.
- Women Are Wiser: In comparison to the idiotic Daffy Duck.
Voiced by: Maurice LaMarche
Yosemite Sam is one of Bugs and Daffy's neighbors. He is a liar, a thief, and a cheat, amongst other things. He tends to annoy Bugs and Daffy.
- Adaptational Heroism: He's nicer than in the original shorts. Partially justified because he's no longer allowed to use his trademark pistols, so he can't intimidate and bully people as easily as before. He's still loud, rude and thoughtless, but when it occurs to him to be nice, he's pretty decent.
- Fiery Redhead: He still has his temper, though he's not an Evil Redhead like in the original shorts.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: He even has his own song about his temper.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's actually honestly kind and helpful once in a while.
- The Napoleon: One of the shortest characters of the cast and he still has his temper.
- Nice Hat: In one episode he attempts to create a new image, but before long, he's back with the hat.
Voiced by: June Foray (elderly self), Stephanie Courtney (younger self)An old lady who is one of Bugs Bunny's neighbors.
- Action Girl: Fought in WWII and everything!
- Beware the Nice Ones: A very sweet old lady. Still capable of laying Daffy out with one punch if sufficiently angered.
- Cool Old Lady: She goes skydiving, visits the shooting range, and was a former spy.
- Fiery Redhead: Even though her red hair is gone, her spunkiness has never left her.
- I Was Quite a Looker: She was quite beautiful◊ when she fought in WWII at a younger age.
- Nice Girl: Like all of her incarnations, Granny is a sweet lady.
- Odd Friendship: With Daffy Duck. Though Depending on the Writer, as at times they're in a more antagonistic relationship, though far less than, say, pretty much everyone else.
- Retired Badass: A former soldier and spy during World War II.
Voiced by: Roz RyanA witch who lives next door to Bugs Bunny and is often annoyed at the antics of Daffy Duck. Witch Lezah is also a hypnotherapist by trade.
- Adaptational Heroism: She's based on Witch Hazel, a more villainous and Ax-Crazy character.
- Adaptational Name Change: "Lezah" is "Hazel" spelled backwards (the character's original name).
- Dark is Not Evil: Is a Wicked Witch and has a creepy mansion, but is a rather decent person unless provoked (usually by Daffy). Works as a psychiatrist.
- Mama Bear: Very protective towards Gossamer, which puts her at conflict with Daffy, whom he is friends with.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: In "Best Friends Redux", Daffy accidentally erases himself from history, and then discovers that Lezah still remembers him anyway.Lezah: Child, I am not a witch for nothing.
- Sassy Black Woman: Technically green but she talks like one.
- Sdrawkcab Name: Of "Hazel", her character's original name, due to copyright by Disney.
Voiced by: Kwesi BoakyeA large red furry monster who is Witch Lezah's son.
- Adaptational Heroism: From a truly scary villainous monster to a...sweet little boy who only looks like a monster.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Along with Lola, the character with the biggest personality change.
- Adorably Precocious Child: He is very smart for his age due to him being nine and in middle school.
- All of the Other Reindeer: He's bullied at school, and has difficult time making new friends because of his appearance.
- The Cutie: Despite being a big red furry monster, he's also a shy and kindhearted little boy.
- Gentle Giant: He may be a big monster, but actually quite sweet.
- Morality Pet: For Daffy, surprisingly.
- Nice Guy: One of the nicest characters.
- Odd Friendship: With Daffy.
- Out-of-Character Moment: According to Lezah, he called her a "witch". Pun aside, seeing his behaviour throughout the same episode, he wouldn't seem like the kind of person to insult his own mother.
Voiced by: Jim CummingsIn this show, the Tasmanian Devil is portrayed as walking on four legs like a real Tasmanian Devil and his eyes are bloodshot red (later turned yellow when Bugs uses a taming trick that Speedy Gonzales taught him).
Marvin the Martian
Voiced by: Eric Bauza (speaking) Damon Jones (singing)A Martian who is one of Daffy Duck's friends.
- Adaptational Heroism: Sort of. He's still plotting to destroy the Earth, but he never did anything really evil. He's actually one of Daffy's friends.
- Affably Evil: He believes in being polite, but also shoots people with laser beams.
- Aliens Speaking English: A Martian Speaking English.
- Badass Adorable: According to most of the female demographic, at least. In the merry melody "Laser Beam", Marvin destroys a space octopus with his laser beam, and its remains splatters on him as he squeals cutely.
- Demoted to Extra: In-series. In the first season, he was one of Daffy's friends and provided some to the plot of a few episodes. In the second season, he doesn't speak at all and is lucky if he even gets an appearance.
- Disproportionate Retribution: In this continuity.Marvin: Oh! High school was a horrible time for me! Therefore, I have spent every day since graduation plotting to destroy the Earth!Daffy: Pfff! I hope ya have better luck with that than I did.
- The Napoleon: A mild example.
- Nice Hat: His helmet, and you better not insult it.
- Odd Friendship: With Pete, since their high school days.
- The Stoic: Not much fazes this guy.
- Those Two Guys: With Pete, for some reason.
- Token Evil Teammate: He's a friend of Bugs, Daffy, and Porky in this continuity. Still wants to destroy the Earth, though.
Voiced by: John Kassir (speaking) Damon Jones (singing)A dimwitted puma who is one of Daffy Duck's friends and does various jobs around town.
- Adaptational Heroism: He was an antagonist of Bugs in the original short "Rabbits Kin" but here he's a Kindhearted Simpleton.
- Demoted to Extra: Like Marvin, in the second season where he mostly makes cameo appearances.
- The Ditz: He's just as dumb as Daffy and Lola, or even more so.
- Literal-Minded: In "Sunday Night Slice" when he tries to apply for the job:Pete: I'm here to apply for the job.Bugs: Oh, great. Take a seat. (Pete takes a chair and carries it toward the exit) No. I mean sit down.Pete: Oh... right! (sits on the floor while still holding the chair)
- Odd Friendship: With Marvin, since their high school days.
- Those Two Guys: With Marvin, for some reason.
- Too Dumb to Live: "Hey! Mister! You forgot your lock!"
Voiced by: Jeff Bergman (speaking) Damon Jones (singing)Foghorn Leghorn is a rich rooster who has worked under various jobs. He and Daffy often get involved in various schemes.
- Adaptational Heroism: Foghorn was more of an obnoxious Jerkass in the original shorts, but in this show he's well-meaning and optimistic.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Absentminded at times.
- Eccentric Mentor: He's kind of crazy, but sometimes does give good advice.
- Nice Guy: Much less of a Jerkass than in the original shorts.
- The Pollyanna: Foghorn refuses to see the negative in any situation, no matter how obvious it might be.
- Odd Friendship: With Daffy. Sometimes outright depicted as a father figure to him.
- Self-Made Man: He's a rich, successful entrepreneur and businessman.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: Foghorn refuses to see the negative in any situation, and usually sees the best in people. Of course, he ends up becoming one of Daffy's best friends.
Sylvester and Tweety
Voiced by: Jeff Bergman (both)Granny's Tuxedo cat and Yellow canary who are always at odds with each other.
- Butt Monkey: Sylvester, as per usual.
- Cute Little Fangs: Sylvester has 'em, which is really the biggest change from his classic incarnation.
- A Day in the Limelight: "Point, Laser Point" and "Ridiculous Journey".
- Demoted to Extra: They're fairly minor characters in the show, though they do get A Day in the Limelight every now and again.
- Enemy Mine: They work together to escape the Tasmanian Devil when it gets inside Granny's house... and then in a later episode they both team up with the Tasmanian Devil to get back home after they've gotten lost in the wilderness.
- Older Than They Look: Tweety, apparently.
- The Unfavourite: Sylvester (according to "Point, Laser Point").
- The Unreveal: Tweety's age and gender.
Mac and Tosh
Voiced by: Billy WestElmer Fudd is the resident newsman.
- Demoted to Extra: In this adaptation, Elmer mostly serves as the local news reporter. With the exception of a brief interaction with Daffy in "Year of the Duck", he never interacts with the main cast.
- Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Of course! And yet, somehow, he got a job as a TV news reporter. In-universe What The Hell, Casting Agency?!
- Flat Character: In this adaption, mind you. He doesn't have any definable characteristics beyond being a news reporter with an addiction to grilled cheese.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Gwiw- err, grilled cheese.
Patricia and Walter Bunny
Voiced by: Grey De Lisle (Season 1)/Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey (Season 2)
Voiced by: John O'HurleyLola's parents.
- Big Beautiful Woman: Patricia. Well, she is not tall but is a very pleasant plump woman.
- The Ditz: Walter. Obviously Lola has inherited the intelligence from him.
- Overprotective Dad: Normally subverted with Walter. But an episode has him hating Bugs because he wasn't himself at the time.
- Parental Substitute: In the episode "Father Figures", Walter was Bugs' father figure so that they could bond more as "father & son".
Voiced by: Katy MixonA female pig that Porky develops a relationship with.
- Girlish Pigtails: Black pigtails, like in the original shorts.
- Love Interest: To Porky, starting in "Here Comes The Pig".
- Nice Girl: She was willing to date Porky, even if he's a Straw Loser.
- Official Couple: With Porky Pig as of "Mr. Wiener".
- Satellite Love Interest: Unlike Lola and Tina, there is not much depth to her character but being Porky's girlfriend. Though to be fair, she only appeared in two episodes, so it's justified.
- You Don't Look Like You: Merchandise released during season 1 featured her early, unused designs.
Voiced by: Jim RashA turtle who formerly worked as a customer service representative at the Trans-Visitron cable company. He later becomes a scammer and an enemy of Bugs Bunny.
- Adaptational Villainy: In the original shorts in which Cecil starred alongside and against Bugs, he was generally a foil to Bugs. In this adaptation, he is given an extremely jerkass personality reminiscent of the various antagonists that justifiably deserve Bugs' Karmic Trickster antics.
- For the Evulz: In "Customer Service", Cecil annoys clients of his cable company for the sheer sake of annoying them.
- Hate Sink: He only exists in the show for making other people's lives miserable For the Evulz and scam them out of their money. There is no depth to his character that could ever make him likable (unlike Daffy).
- Jerkass: Biggest jerkass in this adaptation.
- Manipulative Bastard: In "The Shell Game", Cecil manipulates Bugs and later Porky into giving him money in order to fix his shell which was "accidentally" broken by them in two completely separate car accidents that he himself set up.
- Psychotic Smirk: He makes one in "The Shell Game".
- Turtle Power: Though unusual in being unambiguously malevolent.