Fridge / Tiny Toon Adventures

  • Fridge Logic: In the 7-minute short "Falling To Pizzas", Calamity is unable to purchase pizza selling for $1.50 a slice — yet is apparently able to purchase gadgets as expensive as a solar-powered helicopter from the Acme Shopping Network! One wonders if he holds a credit card that can only be used exclusively for Acme products...
    • Fridge Brilliance: The show practically has No Fourth Wall, so it makes sense that Calamity, modeled after Wile E. Coyote, would have considerably less trouble getting Acme products than his inspiration did. After all, technically Wile E. should have had to pay for shipping, too, while Calamity can probably just go to the AcmeMart.
    • In Going Up, the mall thief that Baby Plucky encounters is the chainsaw maniac from How I Spent My Vacation, which means Plucky is the reason he went off the deep end, and he recognizes him after all that time.
  • Fridge Horror: Gogo is the son of the original Dodo. He's also referred to as "last of the dodos" and his father is never seen on screen. This implies that his father is dead. Of course, when his dad claimed to be the last of the dodos, his other dodo pals chimed in to confirm, so maybe the "last of the dodos" is a title of some sort? In Wackyland, anything goes.
    • What's weirder, is in one episode a Joker Jury of little dodos call him "Uncle Gogo". This would suggest he had at least a brother or sister, who may have also died... so perhaps he is the last of this generation, and the one surviving niece or nephew will inherit the title after he passes.
    • Or, as pointed out in the former thing? He's playing it up.
  • Fridge Brilliance: Why does Acme Looniversity have a Spotlight Stealing class? Because it was built by Bugs Bunny, who stole the spotlight from Daffy Duck as the star of the original Looney Tunes.
    • Actually, Porky Pig preceded both Bugs AND Daffy, and the very first Looney Tune was Bosko, the Talk-ink Kid.