Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 5 : Ep 6

    Tweety's High-Flying Adventure

    Aired 9/12/00

  • S 5 : Ep 5

    The Tail End / This Is the End

    Aired 12/18/02

  • S 5 : Ep 4

    Dial V for Veterinarian/ California's Crusty Bronze

    Aired 2/5/00

  • S 5 : Ep 3

    The Blackboard Jumble/ What's the Frequency Kitty?

    Aired 11/20/99

  • S 5 : Ep 2

    When Harry Met Sallieri/ Early Woim Gets the Boid

    Aired 9/25/99

  • Cast & Crew
  • Frank Welker


  • June Foray


  • Joe Alaskey

    Sylvester & Tweety

  • Jeff Bennett

    Shaky Wight

  • Jim Cummings


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  • show Description
  • With her pets Sylvester the cat and Tweety Bird in tow, good-natured Granny is a globe-trotting, mystery-solving maniac! Unraveling crimes around the world keeps her pretty busy, so it's a good thing Hector the bulldog is around to make sure Sylvester keeps his paws to himself.Granny now has a detective agency and solves crimes with the help of Sylvester and Tweety. The mysteries take them all over the world, to places you never thought thy would go. Sylvester is also still trying to eat Tweety bird, but for the most part they get along. Sylvester Cat, Tweety Bird, and Hector the Bulldog are the pets of Granny, a gingerly matron with a penchant for solving mysteries. Granny is a Jessica Fletcher-like traveling detective who investigates disappearing objects and bizarre events at the four corners of the globe, while Sylvester constantly tries to grab and eat Tweety and is stopped by ever dutiful Hector, appointed Tweety's guardian by Granny.moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (61)

    • Sylvester: Well mister smarty pants, aren't you gonna say (In sarcastic Tweety voice)"uh, I tawt I taw a putty tat!" What's a matter? Cat got you'r tounge!?

    • Tweety: Well, the bogus Granny is gone. But I got a feeling we'll be seeing Moogooguypan again. (Moogooguypan crazily laughs in bushes) See, can you say recurring character.

    • (Looking in at the impostor in his room) Tweety: Granny's a man!?!? Sylvester: No wonder she hit's so hard. Tweety: That also explains the Old Spice.

    • Lloa Care: They have a Yen for tuna, if you get my meaning. Granny: Well, no. But we'll go there anyway. Tweety: Good, otherwise, the whole story just sits around.

    • Sylvester: Hmm, I could savor some of these undersea dilectables instead of that stupid bird. (puts on fake fish) I could, but it's tradition.

    • Sylvester: Usually when he drinks water, he has to worry about the seat falling on his head.

    • Granny: They don't call me speedy for nothing. Arebe, arebe.

    • (reading shampoo bottle) Tweety: Rinse, rather and repeat. I think they just want us to buy more shampoo.

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    Notes (24)

    • Mugsy appears in this episode.

    • Episode Title Pun: A Chip Off the Old Block

    • Nasty Canasta originally appeared in the Daffy Duck short "Drip-Along Daffy", wherein he was about as nasty as his name implied. More recently, he's also appeared in "Looney Tunes: Back in Action" and a few episodes of "Duck Dodgers".

    • The victims were; Beulah Blalock, Inga Canasta, Nasty Canasta, Granny & Oscar Orwell (B-I-N-G-O)

    • When Dawes(the butler) gives Master Ed McMuffin a bandaide, the bandaide has Kool Kat on them.

    • Yosemite Sam makes a smal cameo in this episode, as a pirate when Mr. Greenstreet is telling the tale of the "Maltese Canary". He does not speak though.

    • We learn that Sylvester is allergic to wool.

    • Also known as "It's A Plaid Plaid World".

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    Trivia (4)

    • In the episode, "Outback Down Under", we learn that Sylvester is allergic to cotton. When he eats the fake Tweety, it is made of cotton, how come he did'nt start sneezing and such?

    • At the end of the "Mush Ado About Nothing" scene where Sylvester is being shased by Hector and the sled dogs. Notice the skyline at the upper side of the screen? This was also seen from Bugs Bunny's episode "Frigid Hare" ending scene.

    • Marvin the Martian gets a cameo in "What's the Frequency, Kitty?"

    • Counsels: Pepé Le Pew (French) Gossamer (Tibet) Speedy Gonzales (Mexico) Rocky and Mugsy (Brazil) Hector the Bulldog (Argentina) Unnamed Camel (Egypt)

    Allusions (21)

    • The episode title, "Plantinum Wheel of Fortune", is a reference to the hit game show, Wheel of Fortune.

    • Tweety: That also explains the Old Spice.
      Old Spice is a popular and succesful men's deodorant.

    • Granny: And they all had tatoos of Tom Jones, or was that just me?
      Tom Jones has done many Looney Tunes shorts.

    • none: Senior Time
      When the cruise needs a speaker for thier cruise, the man looks at a "Senior Time" magazine. That is a reference to "Time" magazine.

    • Title of Episode:
      The title of this episode is similar to the Shakespear line "To Be, or not to be?"

    • Sylvester's line about "landing on a witch" is a reference to "the Wizard of Oz", particularly since the vehicle he, Granny, Hector and Tweety were traveling in was caught in a tornado at the time, just like Dorothy's house in "the Wizard of Oz".

    • This episode pays obvious homage to the Neil Simon murder mystery parody "Murder By Death". First, all of the detectives were invited by the house's owner in a very similar manner to how the detectives were invited in "Murder By Death". Second, all the detectives except for Granny were obvious parodies of famous fictional sleuths (specifically, Sam Spade, Miss Marple, Kojak, Sherlock Holmes and Charlie Chan [three of whom were ALSO parodied in "Murder By Death"]). Third, all the detectives have had motives for the apparent murder of their host, just like in "Murder By Death". Fourth, the Kojak parody had revealed that the host was his biological father, which pays homage to Sidney Wang (who was the Charlie Chan parody in "Murder By Death") being the adopted son of the host. Fifth, it turned out that the host wasn't really dead after all, but had faked his own death by means of a realistic robot, which is another obvious "Murder By Death" homage.

    • (no speaker): Ye olde' ACME bed warmer
      Tweety uses a "Ye olde' ACME bed warmer" to flatten Sylvester and to stop Sylvester from chasing Tweety.

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  • Fan Reviews (7)
  • One of the best

    By bautistakenrick856, Aug 25, 2015

  • Cool Spinoff

    By anastasia1243, Feb 08, 2014

  • Granny, We need your help!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Admiraled, May 25, 2006

  • One of the best shows ever!!! It´s classic, original and funny!!!

    By jcorp_haro, May 09, 2006

  • Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

    By gdwwe, Nov 19, 2005

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