We left you last week on the edge of your seats as our beloved Porky had gone mad with power and declared himself the ruler of his own nation of Porkytopia. Join us for the thrilling conclusion in this last episode of Season 1,and going forward with us on our journey towards Space Jam in […]
A year of podcasts, a decade of cartoons watched, and a wealth of new information uncovered about the Tooniverse. Chris and Cal mark the end of their first year by recapping the story so far. This is a great catch-up for those new to the show, and those struggling to keep up.
In this, the first ever Space Jam Continuum Live Show, Chris and Cal enlist the help of a studio audience in an attempt to weave the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit (a good documentary about life in 1947) into the intricate tapestry that is The Space Jam Continuum Extended Universe.
In this bumper episode, our brave boys power through 8 (eight) glimpses through the portal in an attempt to close out this decade of Tooniversal research, knowing all too well that one documentary about life in 1947 is gonna change everything.
Amongst the advent of the Hare/Tortoise feud, another assassination attempt, and a questionable account of Bugs’ adolescence, we discover that Austro-Hungarian actor Peter Lorre took a terrible secret to his grave. Meanwhile Tweety, who’s finally sprouted his iconic yellow feathers, has finally met his match.
In this particularly baffling episode, Chris and Cal struggle to make sense of what they’re seeing, but a level-headed bulldog acts as a beacon of hope. An exploration into Pepé Le Pew reveals not only the extent of his desires but also may confirm and earlier theory about his true identity.
It’s a mystery heavy episode this week – Who wrote the good, comprehensive tome of hypnosis? Which Porky is most likely to have an ICBM in his kitchen? What did Bugs whisper to Elmer? Whatever it was, I bet it was just right.
This episode sees the arrival of a long-awaited rooster, an insight into the world of beavers, and a glimpse at some of the Tooniverse’s most notorious villains, as realised by an unconscious Daffy Duck Meanwhile, Bugs’ time travelling might get him into more trouble than he knows, as we see a familiar face have a […]
A returning veteran gets turned away from his former job, Sylvester gets gout, a immigrant mouse arrives on US soil, Bugs meets a potential protégé in the form of a large orange monster, and we get an insight into how Bugs funds his schemes.
As Elmer goes off the deep end and turns his hand to mad science, we begin to see the nuances of The Moment and how it reacts to stress. Meanwhile, Daffy and Porky whiff it bad when placed in charge of the Tooniverse’s babies, leaving Porky IV trapped in Africa. We begin to see Porky […]