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Web Animation / Judge Granny

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"Real cases involving real cartoon characters. All decisions are final."

Judge Granny is a series of three webtoons from Looney Tunes and based on Judge Judy, where Granny decides on cases.

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  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In case 3, Elmer charges Daffy with "harassment, assault, invasion of privacy, and square dancing."
  • Call-Back: In the third cartoon, the Good Rumor ice cream truck from "Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips" appears.
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  • Hidden Depths: Sylvester Cat tells Judge Granny that he is trying to be kind to Tweety. Which also meant that his good deeds were met with vicious acts. Or so the jury and Tweety Bird thought.
  • Layman's Terms: Wile E. Coyote forced to speak in that once Granny heard enough of his Technobabble about his conflict with the Road Runner.
  • Multiple Endings: Case one has these:
    • Tweety being put in a cage.
    • Sylvester getting the chair.
    • The "Reality Check" DVD version includes both endings.
  • Near-Villain Victory: In the second cartoon, Granny ruled in favor of Mr. Coyote, making him try to eat Road Runner before he decides on eating Foghorn.
  • Oh, Crap!: Foghorn's reaction after he realizes Wile E. Coyote plans to eat him.
    "Beep, I say, beep beep!"
  • Rule of Three: Wile E. tore his bib three times so he can try to eat Foghorn.
  • Suddenly Speaking: This is one of the rare instances where Wile E. Coyote talks.
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  • Translator Buddy: Foghorn Leghorn translates what the Road Runner says.
  • Unreliable Narrator: Sylvester or Tweety's side of case number one.

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