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Tiny Toon Adventures: Class of 2009 is a series of Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs fanfics authored by MrZanyToTheMax (which is MrMenCentral's username on Fan Fiction Dot Net). The series takes place during the 2009-2010 school year.

List of episodes:

  1. Welcome Back: Three shorts about the first day back at Acme Looniversity. First appearance of Pakko, Makko, and Jot.
  2. Zarner Zaniness: The Zarner siblings, Takko, Jakko, and Zot, are introduced, and each one stars in a cartoon.

Tiny Toon Adventures: Class of 2009 contains examples of:

  • Animeniesque: Sikko, Sekoila, and Bakko, who were introduced in the end of the second episode.
  • Art Initiates Life: In "The New Looney Beginning," this happens to create Pakko, Makko, and Jot.
    • Then again, Calamity Coyote brought along the Acme Cartoon Kit when the Tiny Toons went to the fan's house (said fan being the author himself), which allows him and the other Tiny Toons to use this trope.
  • Author Avatar: Makko. Lampshaded by the gag credit of the first episode.
  • Crossover: Tiny Toons with Animaniacs.
  • I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder: Essentially what Furrball's catchphrase is.
  • Mad Libs Catch Phrase: Furrball has one. See above.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Averted with the last name Zarner. It does not rhyme with Warner. It sounds like it looks.
    • Sikko and Sekoila's names are given pronunciation guides as well.
  • Put on a Bus: Shirley the Loon. Lampshaded by both Buster and Plucky.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Beeper usually talks like this. Considering who he's based on...
  • Shout-Out: "Zot's All, Folks!" has lots of references to Seussical.
    • So does the gag credit for the episode.
  • Suddenly Voiced: Furrball, Calamity, and Beeper.
  • Super Speed: Jot.
  • Talking with Signs: Jakko uses this to translate his lines, almost all of which are in Finnish.
  • Unexplained Accent: Jot has a Mexican accent while her brothers, Pakko and Makko, do not.
    • Zot has an accent like Wakko's.
      • So does Sikko.
  • Wrong Turn at Albuquerque: Averted. A turn at Albuquerque is mentioned (and it's where Shirley the Loon fell off the paper airplane, see Put on a Bus above), but no one mentions a wrong turn there.

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