This week we learn about surnames. Consider it a Tooniversal census. That is the main revelation. It was mostly business as usual for all involved. Luckily, business as usual in the Tooniverse is always entertaining.
We gain insight into Bugs’ ongoing relationship with the eldritch horror that is Yosemite Sam, get a glimpse of the Tooniverse’s population control measures with Beaky Buzzard, and see Daffy Duck go full Orson Welles (or is it the other way around?)
In this end-of-an-era episode, we finally reach the end of the 40s, which is a big milestone on our journey to 1996. To celebrate, we talk about Tooniversal car insurance for about ten minutes. Enjoy.
In this presumably Oscar winning documentary, Chris and Cal take a trip to Paris, further explore the cultish tendencies of mice, take a visit to the jungle, discover a beloved character’s secret prosthetic, and forget about a marsupial entirely.
In this classic character centric episode, we use Bugs, Elmer and Porky III as a lens through which to view some more fundamental aspects of the Tooniverse, including the will of the portal, the founding of the agency, and a potential second rise of everybody’s favourite porcine dictator.
As the Sylvester & Tweety dynamic takes its classic form, we have some revelations as to the nature of Sylvester’s profession, anatomy, and potential lifestyle Meanwhile, Bugs looks for love at the dog track following a noise complaint, and we meet The Agency’s newest agent on his hunt for a notorious pig still at large.