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I actually think the second season is an improvement, but whatever. The script for this was written like a month ago.
Only three episodes left, so no requests!
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I admire your opinion, but I actually like the new Loony Toons show. Remember, they've actually tried to "keep if classic" with familiar antics from the classic days. Thanks heavily to bad writing, what they got frequently was a malnourished, unfunny, cavalcade of crap. The flow felt too modern, and somewhat too smooth and less "natural" if I must be abstract for a minute.
I admire the break away from the traditional formula and for me, this time around works. I've found myself laughing and enjoying unexpectedly. While not nearly as memorable as the classics, its become effective enough where it can stand on it's own around productions like Ben 10 and Sponge Bob, not to mention indirectly teaching younger audiences about adult life. It has a two sided humor that's appealing to both audiences young and old, and I have to applaud the writers for that.
In short, while definitely not like the classics, it still brings a loony toon flare in it's own way that is effective.
A point very well made. Nothing like the old shows. The new ones are just plain shit.
Well done :D
Only three episodes left? How will I know what shows not to watch?
I actually enjoyed this episode the most so far. Good stuff.
I for one am a fan of the new looney toons show. Your animosity for the new idea and direction for these old characters is nothing more than hatemongering. What I see here is that you hate the fact that the times don't stay the same as you get older, granted yes I see the dog being old but I feel as if it's just taking it too far and your being a little closed minded. On another note, a newer Looney Toons based on the old ideas would be nothing short of a headache. Seeing these older toons revived just to do the same old shit doesn't sound very appealing to me, we've seen it all already and everyone has based newer shows off the groundbreaking television they made back then. And being fed the same drull doesn't sound like a "good idea" to these television CEOs or whoever is in charge of all that stuff. That is the reality of these things and things to come. I understand its sad to watch the world change but for better or worse, it always will.
*side note* They do make DVD sets for old cartoons.
I tried watching the new Looney Tunes and Lunatics Unleashed when each one came out....Can't say I liked those very much. One person here mentioned, though, about giving characters like these a "fresh start" and that is true too. Some changes I like, some others I don't, but if it keeps them going then at least that. Nice commentary :)
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