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[[caption-width-right:250:Pint sized looniness.[[note]]From left to right: Sylvester, Marvin, Daffy, Tweety, Taz, and Road Runner. Bugs is at the top.[[/note]]]]

''Baby Looney Tunes'' is an animated program that ran from 2002 to 2005. Similar to ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'', this program features baby versions of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny, WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck, Lola Bunny, Taz, WesternAnimation/SylvesterTheCatAndTweetyBird and other WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes characters with Granny as their caretaker. Her grandson, Floyd, was introduced as a CanonForeigner, and other Looney Tunes members either make cameo appearances in songs, or they appear as a guest in some episodes.

The show is very cute and has some good writing, but is meant for audiences 6 and under, and hasn't been well received in relation to it's namesake.

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!!Tropes:

* AnAesop: Almost every episode.
* AnnoyingLaugh: An episode had the gang laughing at Sylvester's failures.
* ArgumentOfContradictions: In "Did Not! Did Too!," Bugs Bunny and Lola have an argument over whose flag to plant in a block tower. They go to their rooms and have a "Did not! Did too!" argument over who asked who to help each other.
* BigEater: Taz is almost an ExtremeOmnivore like his adult counterpart
* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lola Bunny, Petunia Pig and Melissa Duck in that order.
* [[BringMyBrownPants Bring My Brown Diaper]]: This line from Sylvester:
--> '''Sylvester''': "Good thing I brought a spare diaper!"
* BrattyHalfPint:
** What do you expect from a kid version of DaffyDuck?
** Taz is one of those guys who gets what he want by throwing a fit.
* BrokenAesop: In one episode where they went apple picking, Melissa insisted to the others that her picking method was better than the others', at which point they decided to have a race to prove which was the best. It ended in a tie, giving the {{Aesop}} that everyone's methods of doing things should be respected. However, ''the farmer'' taught her that method, making the {{Aesop}} come off as "it's okay to ignore the advice of the local authority figure".
* ButtMonkey:
** Mostly Sylvester, being by far the least confident of the kids.
** Daffy has moments of this even though, being Daffy, he usually brings it on himself.
** Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam, when they appear in songs, like "Baby Elmer Had A Friend".
* CallForward: Inverted, since the show was made after and, like most LooneyTunes incarnations, isn't set in the universe of it's namesake; for the sake of their ages, however, this is how it is listed.
** In the episode ''Duck Reflucks'', there is a sequence in one point that is vaguely similar to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', but with the roles reversed, with Daffy being the tormentor and Bugs being the tormented. And earlier, Daffy even says "The scenery! Where's the scenery?"
** In ''New Cat In Town,'' Sylvester looks at a electronic that tells about skunks. It shows Pepe Le Pew as an adult.
** In ''School Daze,'' Bugs and Daffy do their famous DuckSeasonRabbitSeason routine over who gets to sit at the back of the "bus".
* CanonForeigner: Floyd, Granny's nephew, wasn't an original LooneyTunes character.
* CatsHateWater: Sylvester. It becomes a plot point in "The Puddle Olympics".
* ChildrenAreInnocent: ''So much''. Even ''Bugs'' is [[OutOfCharacter naive and innocent in a childlike way.]]
* CompressedVice: An episode is about Sylvester being unable to accept new things, and being also attached to his SecurityBlanket and an old shirt. Those two last items never appeared before or later.
%%* CoolOldLady: Granny.
%%* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Petunia.
* CuteKitten: Sylvester has some kittenish habits, such as playing with yarn. Also doubles as a FurryReminder.
%%* CuteLittleFangs: Taz.
* DarkHorseVictory: Twice by Sylvester, in ''Cat-Taz-Trophy'' and ''The Puddle Olympics''.
* DeathGlare: In "Pouting Match" Lola starts pouting whenever she doesn't get her way. When the other babies start using the same trick she ups her game by switching to CrocodileTears.
* DuckSeasonRabbitSeason: Played with in "School Daze", where Daffy and Bugs are arguing over who gets to sit in back of the bus while pretending to play school. Bugs wins, of course. The original short is even referenced.
* EdutainmentShow: Given the morals, it's not suprising.
* ExpospeakGag: This gem:
--> '''Floyd''': Hey, take it easy guys. Tweedy here is simply exhibiting what the esteemed professor of pediatric developmentology, dr. R.U. kitten termed "classic fluctuation of expectatory perception."
--> '''Bugs''': Uh, in English doc? In English?
--> '''Floyd''': He's not having fun.
* FatIdiot: Taz is rather dimwitted compared to the others.
* FieryRedhead: Melissa has both the red hair and the attitude, and is usually one of the most outspoken in the group.
* FriendlyTickleTorture: Lola and Bugs share one in an episode.
* FunWithFlushing: The main characters wonder about the toilet in the bathroom and form their own theories about how dangerous it is, while Petunia assures them nothing is wrong. In the process, they panic when Petunia accidentally flushes it, and puts toilet paper to "Feed the monster," clogging it up. They accidentally leave her in and she comes out wet with toilet paper on her. When Granny shows her what the toilet is really for, and Petunia tells them, they don't believe her.
* GirlishPigtails: Petunia has brown pigtails.
* GreenEyedMonster: Sylvester when he's jealous of Pepe in "New Cat In Town".
* GrowlingGut: Bugs and Daffy have this a few times during the series. Taz doesn't in the episodes but does in the song "Taz's Fridge is Falling Down."
* HairDecorations: Lola, Melissa and Petunia wear hairbows.
* HeightAngst: Some episodes deal with disadvantages Tweety has because of his small size.
* IGotARock: Keeps happening to Daffy when the babies go trick-or-treating, even when he's trick-or-treating the same houses as the others.
* InsultComic: Melissa becomes one after seeing one on TV. It doesn't go well, needless to say.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Daffy is prone to selfishness, much more than the other babies, although he usually [[AnAesop learns his lesson at the end.]]
%%* JadedWashOut: Despite being a toddler, Sylvester has some shades of this.
* LighterAndSofter: BLT is quite a radical departure from the wanton violence and other antics of the classic WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes, as well as WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures and WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}. It's an in-name only spin-off, considering how far the characters are removed from their signature personas.
* LovableCoward: Sylvester who is timid, fearful and often lacks the confidence shown by the others.
* MommasBoy: Or Grandma's Boy, in Sylvester's case, who is easily (and [[WesternAnimation/SylvesterTheCatAndTweetyBird ironically]]) the closest to Granny.
* MouthyKid: Daffy is the snarkiest of the kids, to say the least. To a lesser extent there's his DistaffCounterpart Melissa.
%%* MrFixIt: Marvin.
* NeatFreak: Sylvester likes cleanliness and good order, as revealed in one episode, in contrast to Daffy who is his total opposite. It's rarely an issue in the rest of the show though.
* NeverMyFault: In the episode "Daffy Did It!" Tweety puts the blame on Daffy for anything caused by his (Tweety's) actions, and Daffy gets punished for it. Of course Daffy himself is guilty of this several times too, just not in that episode.
* NeverSayDie: Granny says her mother "lives a long way away from now" in ''"Mother's Day Madness"''.
* NightmareFuel: In-universe. In "The Sandman is Coming", Granny tells the kids the story of the Sandman to explain the sleep in their eyes, unintentionally terrifying Daffy, who decides to NeverSleepAgain. (And when he ''does'' manage to stay up all night and his friends have sand in their eyes anyway, he's even more frightened because he has no idea how the Sandman got past him.)
* NobodyPoops: Downplayed; ''School Daze'' mentions they're ''almost'' potty trained, and in ''Flush Hour'', Petunia tells them what the toilet is for after using it off screen:
--> '''Petunia''': "It's diapers plus!"
* NonIndicativeTitle: Initially, they were a lot like actual babies with the obligatory "What is that white, water-filled chair in the bathroom?" plot. But it wasn't long before the only thing that kept them from being full-on kids is that they were under school age.
%%* NonMammalianHair: Melissa.
* OnlySaneMan: Lola is pretty mature, and often serves as the voice of reason, and Bugs, as the levelheaded leader, also tends to fall into this role along with Lola. However both of them are NotSoAboveItAll being still little kids and prone to childish moments like the rest of the group.
%%* TheQuietOne: Marvin.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: All the characters could count, but Baby Pepe takes it all the way UpToEleven in the episodes he appears in.
* ScrewySquirrel: Surprisingly Bugs and Daffy during some of the intermission songs. Averted in the actual episodes though.
%%* ShrinkingViolet: Marvin.
* ShoutOut: In an episode, Granny reads a tale about four termites living in a terrace, named Tex, Chuck, Friz and Bob[[labelnote:didn't get it?]]The WB Animation studio at the time the first Looney Tunes shorts were made was called "Termite Terrace", and Tex Avery, Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng and Bob Clampett worked there[[/labelnote]].
* ShowWithinAShow: Types 1 and 3 are used in "I Strain", where Petunia watches her friends reenact her favorite shows, such as ''[[Series/SesameStreet Caraway Street]]'', ''[[Series/BarneyAndFriends Beanbag the Dinosaur]]'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/BluesClues Mint's Hints]]'' as well as other shows.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: Melissa in this show, even though her adult counterpart was usually a blonde.
%%* SliceOfLife: The first Looney Tunes incarnation to be this, although [[WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow not the last]].
* SmallNameBigEgo: Not surprisingly, Daffy, who is arrogant and thinks he's cooler than he really is.
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Lola Bunny is initially the only female character in the cast, until Melissa Duck and Petunia Pig are abruptly added to the main cast in the middle of the first season.
* SoundEffectBleep: An episode involves Daffy swearing. (The episode in question has been memed on Youtube and is one of the funniest episodes.)
* SpinoffBabies: Of the LooneyTunes, obviously.
* TeamMom: Granny acts like this to the babies.
%%* ThemeTuneRollCall
* ThoseTwoGirls: Melissa and Petunia, the least important of the main cast, are both introduced in the middle of the first season and are often paired together as a duo. Unlike everyone else, they are based on lesser-known Looney Tunes characters and they are only added to the main cast because of the lack of female characters.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Much like her older ''SpaceJam'' counterpart, Lola is a tomboy who prefers playing basketball with the boys rather than having tea parties with Petunia and Melissa (girly girls).
* TownGirls: As seen above, we have Lola (butch), Petunia (femme), and Melissa (neither).
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: Lola, Melissa and Petunia have hairbows.
* TheUnintelligible: Taz. Tweety often translates for him.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Bugs and Daffy have this dynamic like their older counterparts. Surprisingly averted with Sylvester and Tweety, as they always get along well.
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