A. Flea is introduced, the dog currently inhabited by Willoughby The Ancient Ghost Dog has incredibly toned buttocks, Little Red Riding Hood irritates Bugs into collaborating with a wolf masquerading as Grandma (who's away working swing shifts at Lockheed), and Cal introduces his Good Human Friend, Ron.
This last point breaks Chris' brain and the latter half of the episode is basically a wreck. Enjoy
As we gain some insight into Daffy's anatomy, the state of his relationship with his former cohort-turned-despot, Porky III, becomes even less clear.
Meanwhile, the arrival of two mysterious humans on a desert island draws the attention our favourite time-travelling Toonlord, and we meet a brand new cowardly cat.
While Cal and Chris crunch the numbers to discover the precise magnitude of this whole stupid undertaking, Daffy unwittingly squares up to fledgling Toonlord, Elmer. Meanwhile, a Space Jam era bugs travels back to 1943 to prevent a scientific genius from creating a super-carrot that will cause a future apocalypse.
Also, Cecil Turtle is back and is awesome as ever, and Sniffles finds his buzz in merry old Blighty.
As we find it more and more difficult to establish Bugs' position on his own timeline at any given point on ours, things heat up for Porky III in an increasingly unstable Porkytopia. Expect espionage, alliances and assassination attempts in this weeks thrilling episode.
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As Willoughby's darker side manifests, the ghoulish nature of his spirit is called into question. Meanwhile, Bugs inadvertently makes his nemesis more powerful than he could possibly imagined, and we meet a beloved, fat-headed, yellow bird.
In the first of a marathon recording session, the boys get a glimpse into the way Daffy sees the world, see the last of "fat" Elmer as he joins the mounties, and find out just who the hell The Dover Boys are.
As we gaze through an increasingly propaganda-centric portal at Conrad the camp cat's life, a number of diminutive pigs are brought into Porkytopia to man small businesses under Porky's name - presumably a reaction to the previous assassination attempt.
Our first show of the year features a very hoarse Cal, a further study into cat ghosts, questions about Newtonian physics' place in the Tooniverse, an assassination attempt, and we ask the pressing question about just what seemingly every toon thinks is going to happen if they point a gun at somebody and pull the trigger.
A hungover Chris and a snow-sodden Cal find themselves alarmed by the power wielded by an increasingly despotic Porky, take a look into Daffy's family life, and conclude that cats DEFINITELY all have human legs.
As the boys try desperately to find an excuse for Porky's glaring racist tendencies, Daffy disappoints by joining in. If you can't trust a psychopathic duck these days, who can you trust? Meanwhile, Bugs shakes his cold and meets another egghead who made it.
As the inhabitants of the Tooniverse seem to become less an less able to work out what type of animal they are, we get to the bottom of Sniffles' questionable mental faculties. Meanwhile, Willoughby gets a makeover, and we meet our new favourite segment of Toon society.
20 Episodes! We honestly didn't think we'd make it this far, but here we are.
Over some mulled wine we learn the whereabouts of Porky IV, get an insight into Bugs' relationship with society, and take a second peep into the society of mice.
Everybody's sleepy. Elmer's trying to go to bed, Porky's trying to go to bed, Sniffles is trying to stay up for Santa. As we investigate Elmer's short fuse and the rules on using toon powers for festive jobs, we witness a harrowing on screen suicide which leads us to believe something sinister is going on regarding the Tooniverse's population control measures.
As Porky's run of bad experiences in odd, experimental hospitals continues, we take a trip way back in time to answer some questions about the age of the Tooniverse, and the nature of the things that live there.