The Looney Tunes Show

Season 1 Episode 16

That's My Baby

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Sep 06, 2011 on Cartoon Network
8.6
out of 10
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Daffy finds himself out of the element when he is asked to perform a duty that is unconventional to him as Tina asks him to do her a favor and he gets roped into helping her while she is working as a babysitter. Meanwhile, Bugs finds out why Daffy calls Porky a bummer when the bubbly pig falls for every upsell he is offered to him.

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  • Bug's and Porky's subplot brought up the score.

    8.0
    To be honest with you, I didn't like Tina's and Daffy's plot. It just felt.... dull. It was boring, and there weren't very funny parts in this episode. Daffy really acted weird in this episode, although he was still funny. Daffy being with the baby and babysitting him throughout the episode was kind of creepy. It was also boring as well, and it wasn't really enough to keep me interested in this episode. Plus, the war scene in this episode was also creepy andunnecessary to this episode. What did bring the score up for this episode, though, was Bug's and Porky Pig's subplot. It was funny, original, and was much better than Tina's and Daffy's dumb plot. The running gag with Porky keeping on taking people's offers was very funny. It was also funny how Bugssarcastically took the tow trucker's offer, and how Porky already signed up.

    It was funny how Porky took Bugs' advice, and screwed up badly in the end. So in the end, I enjoyed Bugs' and Porky's subplots, but I did not enjoy Daffy's and Tina's plot. It was very boring and uninteresting.

    Daffy and Tina's plot- 6/10

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  • Tina asks Daffy to babysit her nephew while she has to go to work to cover a shift

    10
    "The Looney Tunes Show" is a great show but the episodes disappoint me half of the time and the episodes disappoint the other half to the time. This week's episode definitely impressed me and I have a feeling that next week's episode "Sunday Night Slice" will impress as well since the pizza plot looks interesting and fun to watch. This episode was fantastic in my opinion. The plot was developed well and a lot of parts in this episode made me laugh pretty hard. The only scene that could've cut of this episode was the scene with Daffy taking the baby to see a World War II movie. Seriously writers? I can accept the fact that this show is rated TV-PG (even though I honestly don't know why it even got that rating) but the writers and the rest of the crew should know that the kids watch this show as well. Despite that part, this episode is perfect and I can let it slide. I really loved the Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig plot in this episode. I'm not really good at explaining but Porky Pig always falling for that extended warranty scam was hilarious. It also made me laugh hard that Porky Pig didn't get the insurance for his car (because it was the first time that he didn't fall for the extended warranty scam). Porky Pig crashing his car and then telling Bugs Bunny "I should've gotten the insurance" made me laugh hard. Daffy also loving being a "mother?" was very funny and cute. I loved that Daffy didn't want to let go of Tina's nephew and that actually sheds one tear when the nephew left with his mom was nice. Speedy Gonzales' appearance at the very end of the episode was also funny. Overall, an excellent episode of "The Looney Tunes Show". 10/10moreless
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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Running Gags:
      1) Porky falls prey to the upsells that is offered to him.
      2) Bugs smacks himself in the face every time Porky stupidly falls for the upsells.
      3) Daffy thinks there is something wrong with America while believing that Canada is killing them.
      4) In "Camo-Coyote", Wile E. Coyote's failure to catch the Road Runner in various disguise results in the words within the red rectangular box to appear on the screen, "Disguise Fail!"

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Pepe: Do you like chocolates, baby?
      Of course you do
      Caviar?
      You like this too
      I bring to you a rose
      But still you hold your nose
      I have a certain smell
      But you know I wear it well
      I'm a skunk
      You'll get used to it
      Hear my song
      Shake your caboose to it
      Yummy, yummy, in my tummy lets share some cheese
      Lovey, lovey, missy, missy c'mon baby, gimme kissy please
      I always love and miss you
      (Skunk!)
      I want to hug and kiss you
      (Funk!)
      Knock knock, who's there?
      Pepe Le Pew!
      I'm on your balcony singing to you
      You fill me with passion my throat has a lump
      But, you say I smell like a garbage dump
      You seem to think I'm polluting the air
      But I am like a fine Camembert
      (Skunk!)
      Lovey, dovey, baby, sugar, honey, bunny, take a chance
      Oogie, boogie, buggeh, buggeh, buggeh, buggeh, buggeh. C'mon, let's dance!
      Backup Singers: Skunk Funk!
      Pepe:Can you smell that, baby?
      Backup Singers: Funk Skunk!
      Pepe:It is getting funky in here
      Backup Singers: Funky Skunk!
      Pepe:It is getting skunky in here
      Backup Singers: Funky, funky, skunky, skunky, funky, skunky, skunky funk, funk skunk!

    • Porky: (after the end credits) T-t-t-t-that's all, f-- (his stomach gurgles and moans) Uh-oh. I shouldn't have had those antichoke p-p-p-poppers.

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