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The Looney Tunes Show drives to the DMV, thanks to Bugs, Daffy, Lola

The Looney Tunes Show drives to the DMV, thanks to Bugs, Daffy, Lola

Tonight, on The Looney Tunes Show, almost everyone has to head over to the DMV. It all starts when Daffy insists on driving Bugs to the movies in his parade float. Before too long, he runs a stop sign, gets pulled over, and gets stranded with Bugs as his float towed away. What’s the problem? No license, of course! Now he has to head over to the DMV to try and get himself qualified, and it’s there that Bugs and Daffy run into so many others from the toon – meanwhile, all Bugs wants to do is walk! Granted, that’s not nearly as funny as Lola Bunny trying to pass Yosemite Sam’s driving instruction, so we’ll just have to TOON on in to Cartoon Network at 8pm for The Looney Tunes Show’s latest episode, DMV!

Bugs and Daffy hit the DMV

Bugs and Daffy hit the DMV on Cartoon Network's The Looney Tunes Show

Depending on where you live, your 15th, 16th, or 17th birthday is something you really look forward to, as that is the first day you’re allowed to legally get your driver’s license and drive a car. Tuesday September 20th might not be all of their birthdays, but it seems many characters from the Looney Tunes Show are heading over to the DMV to make sure they’re cleared to be behind the wheel: and most of them are far from it! For example, when Daffy takes Bugs to the movies, he drives his parade float through a few stop signs – this doesn’t exactly please the cops! Soon enough, he’s at the DMV with everyone else, trying to make the grade. Walking was probably a better choice for them, but we’ll drive over to our TVs on September 20th at 8pm and park in front of Cartoon Network to see how it all turns out on The Looney Tunes Show: DMV.

Peel of Fortune hits The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network

Peel of Fortune hits The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network

Tonight, on The Looney Tunes Show, Daffy goes a little bonkers for money. Now, if you only know Daffy from Cartoon Networks The Looney Tunes Show, then you’ll know this is nothing new for the iconic figure. However, if you’ve known Daffy Duck’s whole background through out Warner Bros. history, then you’ll know this definitely is nothing nothing new for him. This time, after seeing how his roomie Bugs can spend money on great toys, Daffy tries inventing new products until he comes up with a winner. Unfortunately for him, and his karma, when he finally hits on one, it’s actually something he stole from Bugs. Check out a sneak peek of Peel of Fortune right here, then TOON in tonight, July 12th, at 8pm on Cartoon Network.

The Looney Tunes Show Peel of Fortune has Daffy strike it rich

The Looney Tunes Show Peel of Fortune has Daffy strike it rich

On July 12th, Daffy Duck strikes it rich! Or, at least, for a little while. That’s the premise of the latest episode of The Looney Tunes Show, Peel of Fortune, which once again pits Daffy and Bugs against one another. Seeing Bugs lavishly spend his money on TVs, furniture, and other fun products, Daffy decides he’s going to steal one of Bugs Bunny’s big ideas, and turn it into a get-rich-quick scheme. Has to work out perfectly, right? C’mon, that’s not the Daffy Duck way! Then, Lola Bunny stars in Merrie Melodies, singing “We Are In Love,” which doesn’t sound stalker-ish at all, does it. And, of course, there’s the Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner CG animated short, Heavy Metal, which sounds like a plot for the upcoming Iron Man 3 film! TOON in to Cartoon Network tomorrow at 8pm to see it all go down.

The Looney Tunes Show goes Members Only on Cartoon Network

The Looney Tunes Show goes Members Only on Cartoon Network

Only one week into the Cartoon Network series, and they’re already getting stuffy? Well, no, not really. But tonight’s The Looney Tunes Show is hoping to go a little high class, with Daffy and Bugs working their way into The Royal Oaks Glenn Oaks Oakwood Oaks Country Club, aka “RO GO OO CC”. The very exclusive membership stretches things out for Daffy, but life is even more of a challenge to his pal Bugs, who must deal with a new lady friend named Lola. Meanwhile, be sure to spot Pepe LePew’s series debut in this episode, Members Only, when it airs tonight, May 10th, at 8pm. Also, look out for Marvin the Martian in this week’s Merrie Melodies music video, and the RoadRunner and Wile E. Coyote in a CG short.

The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network tonight

The Looney Tunes Show on Cartoon Network tonight

That’s all, folks! Er… that’s all the waiting you’ll have to do, we mean. Tonight, after weeks of hype and buildup, Cartoon Network will finally premiere the latest and greatest venture to the world of animation, The Looney Tunes Show. Starting at 8pm, we get to bring back icons like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Seedy Gonzales, Lola, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Marvin the Martian, Pepe Le Pew, Tweety, Sylvester, Granny, and the rest of the Warner Bros. classics in a brand new half hour toon. The series, which also includes CG interstitials with the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, hopes to capture fans, new and old, being sure to pay homage to the original classics that have filled the past century with laughs. Check out the teaser trailer right here, watch the debut tonight, then head back here and let us know what you think!

Imira Entertainment brings Lola & Virginia live

Imira Entertainment brings Lola & Virginia live

Lola was a normal girl, living a normal life she wasn’t entirely fond of. Then, along comes Virginia Toffen, a stuck-up, bratty, typical rich girl who gets her way all the time – clearly someone who Lola would disagree with. And while they do have their battles back and forth, constantly fighting to get what they want, it’s when Lola & Virginia form an alliance of friendship that things really get crazy! Imira Entertainment has been cranking out animated episodes of the pair for a few years now, and has now signed with Brave Film to produce a live-action adaptation of the toon! The teams will work with RAI Cinema, readying the series to air on Nickelodeon across Europe. Take a look at the animated version in action, and live action version in… still!

Cake Entertainment brings Angelo Rules to Super RTL

Cake Entertainment brings Angelo Rules to Super RTL

Cake Entertainment and Super RTL have worked a deal together to bring the 3D animated series Angelo Rules to the German network. The comedy toon, produced by Cake and TeamTO, has already been acquired by Cartoon Network in most regions, though not in the US… yet! Based on the French book series Comment Faire Enrager, by Sylvie de Mathuisieulx and Sebastien Diologent, Angelo Rules features the twelve-year-old controlling his life through elaborate and comic strategies, based on his observations about human behavior. Thankfully, he doesn’t go it alone, and instead gets a little help from his friends Sherwood and Lola, to sweet-talk and work his way around his various adversaries.

Charlie and Lola

Charlie and Lola

Based on the books by author Lauren Child, Charlie and Lola is a collage-style animated series on BBC Worldwide. In a few months, Marks and Spencer is releasing a collection of Charlie and Lola items, including shirts, jackets, rain coats, shorts, pajamas, socks, and more. Toothbrushes, too! Cartoons and hygiene is a good combo 🙂

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