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Back in Style (The New Looney Tunes Show)
Season 3, Episode 12b
Date Aired: TBA
Episode Guide

Back in Style is the second segment of the twelfth episode of Season 3 of The New Looney Tunes Show, starring The Warner Siblings.


A documentary sequence showing what happened after Warner Bros. closed its animation department during the 60s. Apparently, they loaned out the Warners to some limited animation television cartoons in order to keep the studio afloat.



  • "There's no need to fear! My magic feather is very near!" - Thunderdog.
  • "Care to make a guess?" - Wakko.
  • "I've got me an idear and you don't it's called The Gray Panther! - Friz Freleng
  • "After their ordeal, the Warners have been off model for months but their loanout days were far from over!" - Narrator.
  • "(takes away the magic feather) Ah-ah-ah, fido. You better use your wits to help her" - Yakko Warner.
  • "(looks at the poster of a movie starring Chicken Boo) D'oh! How could I have made that turkey?" - Thaddeus Plotz.


  • This segment serves as a remake to the Animaniacs homonymous segment.
  • When Bugs and Daffy leave the studio, Bugs says that there is a flavored drink commercial waiting for them. The Looney Tunes characters did, in fact, star in several ads for flavored drinks like Kool-Aid and Tang after the Warner Bros. animation department closed. Daffy then says "Wait up, Tex!". This is a reference to director Tex Avery, who returned to Warner Bros. briefly to direct those ads.
  • Friz Freleng erases Bugs Bunny's head and replaces it with that of a cat. This is a reference to Freleng creating the Pink Panther cartoon.
    • Chuck Jones does a similar situation with Sylvester and Tweety (despite their shorts being mainly directed by Freleng) and replaces their heads, as well as Tweety's wings, paws and tail, for the ones of Tom and Jerry, a reference to his take on the characters during his years in MGM.
  • Freleng speaks exactly like Yosemite Sam, which Sam is happy to point out. Many people who worked with Freleng found him to be rather similar to Yosemite Sam.
  • Due to Time Warner currently owning Hanna-Barbera, the production team were able to use the Yogi Bear and Scooby-Doo characters.
  • This segment features parodies of Underdog, Rocky and BullwinkleFat Albert and the Cosby Kids and The Beatles TV shows.