List of Baby Looney Tunes episodes

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This is a list of episodes of the American animated television series Baby Looney Tunes.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired Network
1 38 June 3, 2001 (2001-06-03) April 14, 2003 (2003-04-14) Kids' WB
Movie Specials February 11, 2003 (2003-02-11)
2 13 August 15, 2004 (2004-08-15) October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16) Cartoon Network

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2001-03)[edit]

No. Title Original air date
1 "Taz in Toyland / A Secret Tweet (pilot)" June 3, 2001 (2001-06-03)

When Taz keeps breaking most of his toys, Granny gives him a new one and he believes it is broken but Granny says that it is the toy's job.

Song: Born to Sing

Granny plans a surprise birthday party for Tweety.
2 "Comfort Level / Like a Duck to Water" July 28, 2001 (2001-07-28)

Sylvester loses his blanket so everyone helps him find it.

Song: Twinkle Baby Looney Star (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)

Granny gives the babies swimming lessons but Daffy is afraid.
3 "School Daze / Things That Go Bugs in the Night" August 24, 2001 (2001-08-24)

The babies pretend to go to school.

Song: Mary Had a Baby Duck (Mary Had a Little Lamb)

Granny leaves and lets Bugs be in charge since he's the oldest, but Taz goes missing.
4 "The Creature from the Chocolate Chip / Card Bored Box" September 19, 2001 (2001-09-19)

Sylvester eats all the cookies and Daffy tells Granny a monster did it.

Song: The Looney Riddle (The Riddle Song)

Granny gives Bugs, Daffy, Tweety and Lola a box to play in. They don't like it at first, then they fight over whose game is better, using the box to play in, at the end it works for all their games
5 "Time and Time Again / May the Best Taz Win" September 23, 2001 (2001-09-23)

Granny teaches the babies to tell the time.

Song: Does Your Tongue Hang Low? (Do Your Ears Hang Low)

Bugs and Daffy fight over who's getting Lola on their badminton team.
6 "Mine! / Sylvester the Pester" October 3, 2001 (2001-10-03)

Daffy steals Granny's wallet and claims it as his own.

Song: Over the Burrow (Over the Meadow)

Sylvester keeps trying to stay out of bed just so he can spend some time with Granny.
7 "Cat-Taz-Trophy / Duck! Monster! Duck!" October 14, 2001 (2001-10-14)

The babies have a car race to win a cookie trophy.

Song: If You're Looney (If Your Happy and You Know It)

Daffy tells the babies a scary story that really scares them all.
8 "The Brave Little Tweety / The Puddle Olympics" January 25, 2002 (2002-01-25)

The babies make Tweety brave.

Song: Foghorn's Talkin' in the Barnyard (I've Been Working On the Railroad)

The babies have their own version of the Olympics with a puddle while Sylvester gets Granny to get over his fear of water.
9 "A Lot Like Lola / Mother's Day Madness" February 2, 2002 (2002-02-02)

After misunderstanding a comment by Granny, Lola starts telling everyone their mistakes and saying that they should be like her. Everyone imitates Lola, which annoys her.

Song: Baby Elmer Had a Friend (Old McDonald)

The babies see who can make better Mother's Day cards.
10 "Takers Keepers / To Tell the Tooth" February 7, 2002 (2002-02-07)

Daffy steals Taz's favorite toy but it ends up in the trash.

Song: D-A-F-F-Y (B-I-N-G-O)

After Bugs loses his first tooth, Taz's tooth becomes loose and Daffy wants to steal it for money.
11 "Spinout / Snow Day" February 13, 2002 (2002-02-13)

Taz loses his ability to spin and the babies help him learn how to once again.

Song: Taz's Fridge (London Bridge Is Falling Down)

The babies play in the snow and build a snowman called Snowy.
12 "Shadow of a Doubt / Christmas in July" October 1, 2002 (2002-10-01)

Tweety learns what a shadow is.

Song: John Jacob Jingle Elmer Fudd (John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt)

The babies pretend it's Christmas to surprise Lola.
13 "Bruce Bunny / Leader of the Pack" October 2, 2002 (2002-10-02)

Daffy makes fun of Bugs so Bugs decides to change his name and look.

Song: Baby Bunny (Kookaburra)

After being ignored, Daffy starts a club with a secret password.
14 "Flower Power / Lightning Bugs Sylvester" October 3, 2002 (2002-10-03)

The babies all want to pick the best flowers for Granny.

Song: Looney Tunes Zoo (Lou Lou Skip To My Lou)

Sylvester learns to overcome his fear of lightning.
15 "Flush Hour / I Strain" October 4, 2002 (2002-10-04)

The babies are afraid of the toilet, and don't know what it's for until they flood it and soon find out that it's an alternative to diapers.

Song: Paws and Feathers (Head Shoulders Knees and Toes)

Petunia can't stop watching TV until the electricity shuts down.
16 "The Sandman is Coming / Some Assembly Required" October 7, 2002 (2002-10-07)

The babies try to stop the Sandman from coming.

Song: Ten Loonies in a Bed (Ten in the Bed)

Bugs orders a new toy but it won't seem to come.
17 "All Washed Up / Did Not! Did Too!" October 8, 2002 (2002-10-08)

The babies take a bath but Taz doesn't want to, so he hides.

Song: My Bunny Lies Over the Ocean (My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean)

Lola and Bugs get into a big fight and refuse to talk to each other. so Taz, Daffy, Sylvester, and Tweety try to get them to make up.
18 "Tea and Basketball / Taz You Like It" October 9, 2002 (2002-10-09)

Sylvester likes to have tea parties while Lola likes to play basketball.

Song: Down By The Cage (Down By The Bay)

No one wants to play with Taz so he pretends to hurt himself in order to get attention.
19 "Band Together / War of the Weirds" October 10, 2002 (2002-10-10)

The babies hear Granny play her favourite music so they form a symphony.

Song: Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Baby Martian Gone? (Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone)

Marvin the Martian pays a visit to the babies, but no one likes him so Taz befriends Marvin to make him feel welcome. Then everyone else feels the same.
20 "The Harder They Fall / Business as Unusual" October 11, 2002 (2002-10-11)

The babies all want to do roller skating except Bugs, who feels embarrassed about his lack of talent, but gives it a shot when the Loonies fall down.

Song: The Hare Hid Under the Fountain (The Bear Went Over the Mountain)

When Daffy sees Bugs establish his own lemonade stand, he becomes his partner but doesn't do his fair share of work, so Daffy competes with his own stand.
21 "Mr. McStuffles / Picture This!" October 14, 2002 (2002-10-14)

Daffy tries to keep his old Mr. McStuffles and yet never plays with it and would rather play with something better.

Song: Twinkle Baby Looney Star (again)

In a fairy tale, pages of the book are missing, so the babies decide to recreate the pages of the story with drawings, Daffy, Tweety, and Sylvester going a little off point.
22 "Hair Cut-Ups / A Clean Sweep" October 15, 2002 (2002-10-15)

With Lola's hair getting in her eyes, Melissa attends to it with hair gel only for Lola to get laughed at. Granny arranges for a hairdressing appointment but Lola has second thoughts about it, until Granny coaxes her.

Song: Does Your Tongue Hang Low? (again)

Everyone cleans up after themselves before nap time except for lazy Daffy. Daffy's biggest mess puts his and the others' visit to the park at stake.
23 "Daffy Did It! / The Pig Who Cried Wolf" October 16, 2002 (2002-10-16)

Tweety puts the blame on Daffy for every single incident caused by his antics. However Daffy's situation is more than it would seem.

Song: Foghorn's Talkin' in the Barnyard (again)

With no one but imaginary friends attending her tea parties, Petunia attracts the others attention with false alarms. She regrets this after the sink starts overflowing.
24 "New Cat in Town / Magic of Spring" October 17, 2002 (2002-10-17)

Sylvester gets envious when his attention for being cute is replaced by Baby Pepe, but he comes to like him after Pepe shows affection for him.

Song: Baby Bunny (again)

After Bugs' attempt to do magic tricks fails, he wanders into the countryside to view and experience the beauty of springtime, inspiring him to try again with his magic show.
25 "Who Said That? / Let Them Make Cake" October 18, 2002 (2002-10-18)

Daffy learns a bad/swear/cuss word from the garbage man and later uses it when he gets angry. He teaches it to his friends, and they use it on Granny. Surprised, she confronts Daffy and shows him effective ways to control his anger.

Song: Paws and Feathers (again)

Everybody wants to help Granny make a cake except Melissa who just wants to just eat it. Although Melissa misses out on the cake, she joins the others to make another one.
26 "For Whom the Toll Calls / Cereal Boxing" October 28, 2002 (2002-10-28)

Feeling left out, Petunia and Tweety decide to call Granny's sister Auntie, but instead they call a long distance number to Japan, so Granny gives them walkie talkies to play with.

Song: John Jacob Jingle Elmer Fudd (again)

The babies become obsessed eating boxes of cereal and gaining prizes when Sylvester receives his. They continue their eating until they get stomach aches. Lacking in cereal the babies eat oatmeal porridge the following morning.
27 "Mind Your Manners / Petunia the Piggy Bank" October 29, 2002 (2002-10-29)

The babies practice some table manners to go on trip to a smart restaurant with Granny. Instead they make a mess. After cleaning up, Granny gives them lessons in preparation for the trip.

Song: Down by the Cage (again)

The babies earn some money from Granny to purchase ice-cream, except for Petunia who is saving up. The ice-cream man soon introduces a delicious sundae only Petunia can afford and she shares it with everyone.
28 "Pastime for Petunia / Pouting Match" November 18, 2002 (2002-11-18)

Melissa tries to find something for Petunia that she's good at. Although her attempts to play well fail, the others discover she is good at helpful assistance.

Song: Looney Tunes Zoo (again)

Lola gets in the habit of pouting when she doesn't get her way. Fed up with her bratiness, the others mimic her pouting expressions, but begin to use them against each other, until Granny tells Lola about taking turns.
29 "Wise Quacker / Yours, Mine...and Mine, Mine!" November 19, 2002 (2002-11-19)

Melissa picks up an idea from TV and begins cracking jokes at her friends, eventually upsetting Lola. After a talk with Granny, Melissa makes it up to her friends with comical speech.

Song: D-A-F-F-Y (again)

Daffy believes he'll get some new toys in exchange for giving his old ones away not realising what is in store for sharing his stuff.
30 "Loose Change / Act Your Age" November 20, 2002 (2002-11-20)

Sylvester becomes afraid of new changes as the babies and Granny try to widen variety and has no wish to join in the fun, until Granny shows Sylvester what he's missing.

Song: Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Baby Martian Gone? (again)

Sylvester, Bugs, and Daffy all try to hog attention for Granny. To sort this out, Granny treats the three like they're younger than the others, prompting them to change.
31 "Who's Your Granny? / Tattletale" November 21, 2002 (2002-11-21)

While Granny is recovering from a foot bunion, Lola takes charge. The babies soon get tired of Lola's decision making and they tire her out.

Song: If You're Looney and You Know It (again)

Thinking it's the right thing, Lola tells on her friends for any misbehavior. In response to her telltale antics, the babies refuse to play with her, but Lola settles the matter with an apology.
32 "Yolk's on You / Baby Gate" November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22)

Daffy and Melissa stick together to play impractical jokes on the others. To get even, Lola demonstrates the consequences of an impractical joke to Daffy and Melissa.

Song: Baby Elmer Had a Friend (again)

Melissa gossips tales of Taz to the others, whilst Bugs has doubts and tries to prove they aren't true. After proving Melissa wrong, she confesses her fibs.
33 "Never Say Try / Pair O' Dice Lost" December 9, 2002 (2002-12-09)

After failed attempts of flying a kite, blowing bubblegum and dancing, Sylvester is inclined to give up new activities altogether, until the others trick him into trying finger painting.

Song: Taz's Fridge (again)

Daffy spoils everyone elses fun since he can't keep up with them and Bugs points out Daffy cannot even finish a single task. Granny rewards Daffy in return for trying to the finish even when things can't always go the way he wants them.
34 "Melissa the Hero / Trouble with Larry" December 16, 2002 (2002-12-16)

After helping Petunia's doll, Melissa brags on about being heroic by making up parts of what actually happened, annoying Petunia. However Melissa is in a tight spot when she has retell the story to everyone.

Song: My Bunny Lies Over the Ocean (again)

Because Petunia feels too shy to decline a game with her friends, she invents an imaginary friend called Larry, which makes the others nervous. They invent their own imaginary friends to snap Petunia out of it.
35 "The Littlest Tweety / In Bugs We Trust" January 4, 2003 (2003-01-04)

Tweety feels distressed from being pushed around and overlooked because of his small size, but everyone else starts to regret it after they can't manage without him.

Song: Over the Burrow (again)

Everyone goes along with Bugs' decisions until he is entrusted to buy a new net for everyone, when his greed gets the better of him and he disappoints them with toys he wanted for himself. He makes up for this by giving up one of his best toys for the necessary money. Because of all this, his friendship with Lola and the others is reconciled and they all try out their new net.
36 "Cool for Cats / Time Out!" January 27, 2003 (2003-01-27)

Sylvester believes he lacks coolness and thinks he can get it by eating Chewy Chomps Pickle Pops he saw on a commercial, but all it does is make his breath all stinky.

Song: Ten Loonies in a Bed (again)

After misbehaving, Granny gives Taz, Daffy, and Bugs a time out. Each time the three try to make up for it, their discipline is extended.
37 "Present Tense / The Neat and the Sloppy" February 18, 2003 (2003-02-18)

Today is Arbor day and everyone wants to give Granny something special, but Lola wants do that by herself. When the others see the trouble Lola is having, they give her a helping hand.

Song: The Hare Hid Under the Fountain (again)

Daffy spreads a muddy mess around the house horrifying the tidy Sylvester. Bugs manages to snap Sylvester out of his mania for cleanliness, leaving Daffy to clean his own mess.
38 "Tell-a-Photo / Move It!" April 14, 2003 (2003-04-14)

(Clip show episode) Granny shows to the babies a photo album and they reminisce their past times together.

Song: Born to Sing (again)

(Clip show episode) The babies overhear what they assume is that Granny is moving to a new house and they reminisce the times they enjoyed inside the house. It is revealed that all Granny wants to move around and not move to a new house.

Movie Specials (2003)[edit]

No. Title Original air date
39–40 "Baby Looney Tunes Eggs-traordinary Adventure (two half-hour episodes)" February 11, 2003 (2003-02-11)

It's Taz's first Easter, but he gets upset when he hears that Easter isn't until one more day and when Daffy says there is no such thing as the Easter Bunny. The rest of the children try to convince him that Daffy is lying and that there really is an Easter Bunny by taking Taz to the forest where they will hopefully get Daffy to believe.

Songs (TV showings only): With Part 1: Mary Had a Baby Duck (again) / With Part 2: The Looney Riddle (again)

Season 2 (2004-06)[edit]

No. Title Original air date
41 "These Little Piggies Went to the Market / Now Museum, Now You Don't" August 15, 2004 (2004-08-15)

The babies are going with Floyd to help with the shopping at the supermarket. They go crazy over their favorite foods and mess up the place, even Bugs. Except for Tweety.

The babies are going with Floyd to the art museum. Everyone saw that Daffy is fascinated by the artworks a lot more than Floyd expected and Daffy picks up his own interest.

Note: This is the first appearance of Floyd Minton.
42 "Take Us Out to the Ballgame / Clues Encounters of the Tweety Kind" September 23, 2004 (2004-09-23)

Floyd takes the babies to the stadium to watch the baseball game, supporting the Roosters Team. The tables turn for the Roosters when Wingouski does a home run.

Floyd takes the babies to the museum for a scavenger hunt, Sylvester's team competing against Daffy team and Tweety as a neutral friend wins the hunt.
43 "A Bully for Bugs / The Wheel Deal" November 21, 2004 (2004-11-21)

Bugs is taken advantage of by Elmer Fudd and is too afraid to tell. The babies resort to befriending instead of payback.

The babies go out bike riding while Tweety rides with Floyd not amused from the lack of fun until the others customise a bike for him.
44 "Oh Brother, Warehouse Art Thou? / Flu the Coop" November 28, 2004 (2004-11-28)

After Daffy accidentally breaks Granny's chair, Floyd takes everyone to buy a new one, while Sylvester protests the idea of replacing it until the others show him how to stick with what's coming.

Granny takes the babies to the hospital for their flu shots, but Bugs and Daffy manage to elude their turn for a shot! In getting ill, Bugs and Daffy miss all the fun the others have. (Not to be confused with a Kid vs. Kat episode of the same name)
45 "Blast Off Bugs / Baby Brouhaha" January 30, 2005 (2005-01-30)

Floyd takes the babies to the museum, whilst Bugs dream on flying to the moon is shattered until, Taz gets them all tangled in the space experience zone.

Bugs thinks Granny is having a baby and the others are convinced by Daffy's make-believe theory on where babies come from and a guidebook on baby care. As everyone prepares by practicing on Tweety, the baby turns out to be a hamster.
46 "Log Cabin Fever / A Mid-Autumn Night's Scream" April 11, 2005 (2005-04-11)

With the babies squabbling over gadgets, Granny decides to take them to a 17th Century farm, where everything is done manually. However Bugs and Daffy are sneakily playing a game pod until they break it.

The babies dress up for Halloween, while Lola, Melissa, and Petunia end up with ridiculous costumes. Three Martian Birds accompany them on their trick or treating while Sylvester braves Hilltop Manor. The three girls win in the costume contest for originality.
47 "Are We There, Yet? / Save Our Cinnamon" June 28, 2005 (2005-06-28)

Floyd takes the babies on a long journey to the Acme Garlic Festival. All the while they try to pass the time giving Floyd a tiresome time. Floyd's car breaks down and they miss the festival but they get some garlic souvenirs.

Floyd take the babies to Auntie's Bakery, where they love cinnamon rolls, but unfortunately the bakery's business is due to close down. Everyone works hard to get the bakery in the book of world records so that its left standing.
48 "Lights! Camera! Tweety! / Backstage Bugs" December 13, 2005 (2005-12-13)

Floyd takes the babies to the TV Studio, guided the star Tessa. When Tessa gets locked outside the building, the babies decide to put on the show for her. As they get tangled on stage, Tweety takes over. Note: Bugs' expression while talking to the viewers was a reference to the 1948 Looney Tunes Cartoon, Haredevil Hare

Floyd takes the babies to the Wormies Band concert. Whilst everyone is stalling Floyd, Bugs sneaks up to the backstage getting scared, but he rejoins the others and meets the star Willy Worm himself.
49 "Bend it Like Petunia / Cock-a-Doodle-Doo-It!" September 5, 2006 (2006-09-05)

Floyd introduces the babies to a game of soccer, Daffy under the impression girls can't play it and Petunia and Taz with a better sportsmanship than the others. Petunia manages to score the game to a draw.

Song: He'll Be Zooming Around the Mountain (She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain)

Floyd takes the babies to a farm. Tweety is met by a depressed Foghorn who is mocked by all the other roosters for his difference. The babies help him to gain spirit and courage and he befriends both Barnyard Dawg and the other roosters.
50 "Wrong! / Win, Lose or Daffy" September 15, 2006 (2006-09-15)

The babies go with Floyd to pick apples. Melissa lectures the others on correctly picking the apples which annoys them, although she can't understand their reaction. Everyone shows their methods are not wrong but different.

Floyd takes the babies to a mini-golf course. Finding himself without a chance of winning, Daffy cheats, whilst Tweety scores down the hole every time. Daffy realises the game lies more in the fun than the winning score.
51 "A Turtle Named Myrtle / There's Nothing Like a Good Book" September 27, 2006 (2006-09-27)

On a day at the beach, Melissa gets frustrated that she can't have a new spade and makes friends with a baby turtle she calls Myrtle. Melissa wants to keep her, but learns she can't take her from her natural habitat.

Song: Oh, My Daring Coyote (Oh My Darling)

Bugs, Daffy, and Lola argue what the material of the moon is. Floyd takes them and Taz to the library for research. They find hard to refrain from making noise, but they manage to find the information they were looking for.
52 "The Dolly Vanishes / Duck's Reflucks" October 1, 2006 (2006-10-01)

Granny takes the babies on a train to travel to Floyd's college. When Lola loses her doll Edna, she interrogates the others for their stories. Floyd reveals Edna has half shut in the train window.

Floyd takes the babies to the green screen for their picture to be taken. Daffy, disappointed at the choice of scene, spoils Bugs' appearances on the green screen until the photographer gets his priorities right.

Song: Vive Le Pew, Le Skunk (Vive La Compagnie)
53 "Stop and Smell Up the Flowers / Firehouse Frolics" October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16)

Pepe tours the babies around the Acme gardens finding a place to plant a lemon tree. Eventually everyone gets irritated by Pepe's stink, upsetting him, but they rejoin him and he introduces them to his pal Gossamer.

Floyd takes the babies to the fire station where Captain Frank tutors them on safety procedures, but Daffy won't follow the rules. However Daffy's morale in the situation of a fire is higher than all the others.

Note: This is the series finale.

Trivia[edit]

  • In Season 1 (Episode 1: Taz in Toyland / A Secret Tweet), the babies wear diapers. Starting in Season 1 (Episode 19: Band Together / War of the Weirds) all the way to Season 2 (Episode 53: Stop and Smell Up the Flowers / Firehouse Frolics), all babies' bottoms are bare, except for Petunia who starts wearing underpants.

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