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* MadeInCountryX: When Bugs inspects the imposters, he finds that each of them bares a label saying "Made on the Planet Nudnik".


* OffModel: Not only do the pale stereotype not look that much like the originals, they can't even stay consistent from scene to scene.

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* OffModel: Not only do the pale stereotype stereotypes not look that much like the originals, they can't even stay consistent from scene to scene.


* NonStandardCharacterDesign: The copies are made to resemble simplistic, [[LimitedAnimation crudely animated]] [[ThickLineAnimation thick-lined]] cartoon characters from 50s and 60s television. So of course they look horrendously out of place when placed right next to the smoothly animated thin-lined Bugs.



* WeWantOurJerkBack: You would think Bugs would be happy with his various enemies replaced with kindler, gentler versions that don't want to harm him, but he actually misses them and their adversarial personalities. Indeed, their confrontations are presented here [[PunchClockVillain as their actual occupations]].

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* WeWantOurJerkBack: You would think Bugs would be happy with his various enemies replaced with kindler, kinder, gentler versions that don't want to harm him, but he actually misses them and their adversarial personalities. Indeed, their confrontations are presented here [[PunchClockVillain as their actual occupations]].

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* VisualPun: A few of them as the Bugs, Elmer, Sam and Daffy imposters get sent into space. Namely, they pass through the Milky Way, which is made entirely of empty milk bottles, and Sirius, the "Dog Star", who sleeps in a doghouse and has a dog's face, as seen when it barks. The doghouse even has a sign next to it reading "[[BewareOfViciousDog Beware of Dog Star]]".


* WholePlotReference: The entire plot, and even the title, reference the classic film ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers''.

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* WholePlotReference: The entire plot, and even the title, reference the classic film ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers''.''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers''.
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* PieInTheFace: At the end of his routine with Elmer, Bugs shoves a custard cream pie.

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* PieInTheFace: At the end of his routine with Elmer, Bugs shoves a custard cream pie.pie in his face.


* AnAxToGrind: After emerging, Bugs' doppelganger grabs his "In Case of Fire" ax and tries to strike him with it. Bugs manages to avoid it while his bed is cleaved in two.

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* AnAxToGrind: AnAxeToGrind: After emerging, Bugs' doppelganger grabs his "In Case of Fire" ax axe and tries to strike him with it. Bugs manages to avoid it while his bed is cleaved in two.



* KillAndReplace: While its not known where the real Elmer, Sam, and Daffy went when their doppelgangers appeared,[[note]]and it didn't really matter since they were restored when Bugs got rid of the copies[[/note]] Bugs' doppelganger outright tries to kill him with an ax.

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* KillAndReplace: While its not known where the real Elmer, Sam, and Daffy went when their doppelgangers appeared,[[note]]and it didn't really matter since they were restored when Bugs got rid of the copies[[/note]] Bugs' doppelganger outright tries to kill him with an ax.axe.

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* AnAxToGrind: After emerging, Bugs' doppelganger grabs his "In Case of Fire" ax and tries to strike him with it. Bugs manages to avoid it while his bed is cleaved in two.


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* PieInTheFace: At the end of his routine with Elmer, Bugs shoves a custard cream pie.

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* SynchroVox: The imposter Daffy has super-imposed live-action lips while saying "But now it's all over. It doesn't matter anymore."


* MoodWhiplash: PlayedForLaughs. After Bugs narrowly escapes being killed by his own doppelganger, he runs off screaming in terror... then pauses to turn to the audience and say "You know what, folks? This is the scariest part of the picture" and resumes running.

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* MoodWhiplash: PlayedForLaughs. After Bugs narrowly escapes being killed by his own doppelganger, he runs off screaming in terror... then pauses to turn to the audience and say "You know what, something, folks? This is the scariest part of the picture" and resumes running.


Bugs Bunny's daily life consists of traveling across the country and tangling with Elmer, Sam, and Daffy. One day during his routine, he continuously notices strange, looking carrots around, but doesn't pay them any mind. The next day, however, he notices that his adversaries seem to have become badly-drawn, pale stereotypes of themselves, and want him to have one of the strange carrots. That night, while contemplating this oddity, a pale stereotype of ''himself'' emerges from the carrot he received. After a harrowing encounter with it, Bugs becomes determined to learn what's behind this.

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Bugs Bunny's daily life consists of traveling across the country and tangling with Elmer, Sam, and Daffy. One day during his routine, he continuously notices strange, looking strange-looking carrots around, but doesn't pay them any mind. The next day, however, he notices that his adversaries seem to have become badly-drawn, pale stereotypes of themselves, and want him to have one of the strange carrots. That night, while contemplating this oddity, a pale stereotype of ''himself'' emerges from the carrot he received. After a harrowing encounter with it, Bugs becomes determined to learn what's behind this.


* FakeOutFadeOut: After Bugs runs off screaming in terror after encounter his own doppelganger, the "That's All Folks!" card pops up, complete with the ending music...before Bugs appears in front of it, saying "Hold it! You didn't think I'd let it end like ''that'' did you?" before the cartoon continues and he investigates where the doppelgangers came from.

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* FakeOutFadeOut: After Bugs runs off screaming in terror after encounter encountering his own doppelganger, the "That's All Folks!" card pops up, complete with the ending music...before Bugs appears in front of it, saying "Hold it! You didn't think I'd let it end like ''that'' did you?" before the cartoon continues and he investigates where the doppelgangers came from.

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* BrokenRecord: The copies constantly repeat the same lines over and over, which are mostly the originals' {{Catch Phrase}}s. At one point, Bugs even says to the fake Elmer "Come here, ya broken record!".

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* FakeOutFadeOut: After Bugs runs off screaming in terror after encounter his own doppelganger, the "That's All Folks!" card pops up, complete with the ending music...before Bugs appears in front of it, saying "Hold it! You didn't think I'd let it end like ''that'' did you?" before the cartoon continues and he investigates where the doppelgangers came from.

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