Tiny Toon Adventures is a cartoon from the early to mid nineties featuring preteen equivalents of the classic Looney Tunes characters. It was made during the popularity of junior versions of cartoon characters. It originally debuted on Fox Kids and was shown on Nick in reruns.
- Buster Bunny- the leader of the Toons and an equivalent of Bugs Bunny. He is blue.
- Barbara Ann "Babs" Bunny- A pink, female rabbit and Buster's implied girlfriend. She hates her full name.
- Plucky Duck- equivalent of Daffy Duck. He is always scheming something. There is a sketch featuring his "potty years" (his toddlerhood), where he is even younger and has all the mischievous habits of toddlers. He is a green mallard. He got his own, albeit shortlived, spinoff series.
- Dizzy Devil- a purple equivalent of the Tazmanian Devil. He wears a beanie.
- Calamity Coyote- equivalent of Wile E. Coyote. As his name implies, he is always getting injured. He is a greyish blue.
- Little Beeper- equivalent of the Roadrunner. He is multiple shades of red.
- Shirley the Loon- a loon who speaks like a Valley Girl. Her species is a play on the fact that they all originate from the Looney Tunes series of cartoons.
- Fifi La Flume- a purple skunk and the equivalent of Pepe Le Pew.
- Furrball- the equivalent of Sylvester. He is blue and features a bandage around his tail.
- Li'l Sneezer- The equivalent of Speedy Gonzales. He has the problem of sneezing so hard it causes hurricane force winds.
- Sweetie Bird- The equivalent of Tweety. She is a pink canary, but with a rather masculine and sometimes extremely loud voice.
- Gogo Dodo- Lives in the nonsensical Wackyland. He is based on the Last Dodo from a Porky Pig cartoon. Nothing about him makes sense.
- Concord Condor- A purple condor with a Beatle cut. He is based on Beaky Buzzard.
- Byron Basset- A basset hound whose eyes are covered by his wrinkles. He is based on Willoughby the Dog.
- The character Fowlmouth, an equivalent of Foghorn Leghorn, swears a lot. These swears are censored, however. One episode revolved around getting him to break his habit. They succeed, only to have him swear again.
- The episode "One Beer" was banned, although it does appear on the DVD sets.
- One episode features the characters performing the children's act of holding your breath while traveling through a tunnel
Video Game Edit
Tiny Toons video games have been released to multiple consoles over the years, most notably the NES.
- One episode makes reference to the Fox network. Younger generations who first saw this on Nickelodeon or DVD might find this confusing.
- One episode was based on the legendary film Citizen Kane, with Montana Max acting as Charles Foster Kane. Instead of saying "Rosebud", he is heard saying "Acme" (which turns into a running gag of them trying to find out what it means, despite everything being of that brand). It is later revealed he said "acne", upset at getting a case of pimples.
- One episode is based around tunes from Tchaikovsky's famous ballet The Nutcracker.
- One episode was based around the legendary Edgar Allan Poe poem The Raven, with Sweetie acting as the raven.
- One episode references the horror movie Carrie
- In one episode, Hampton tries to act hip by dancing disco with Fifi and Shirley repeating "disco inferno", only to have Babs tell him that disco is dead. Disco Inferno is a hit song by The Trammps.
- One episode features Babs singing (actually lip-synched) to the Aretha Franklin hit Respect
- One episode features Buster using rap-based dialogue to defeat Monty and his use of metal-based dialogue. This may be a reference to how metal was going out of fashion at the time while rap was the latest craze.