Looney Tunes Halloween Stories II
Season 2, Episode 18
Date Aired: TBA
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Looney Tunes Halloween Stories II is the eighteenth episode of Season 2 of The New Looney Tunes Show, being a Halloween special.


Into the Haunted Woods

In a retelling of the Brothers Grimm's Hansel and Gretel (and slighty influenced by both the stage musical Into the Woods and its film adaptation and The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror segment Scary Tales Can Come True), Buster and Babs are lost on the forest, while they tried to helping their uncle to get food, where they found many fairy tales characters and they're foiled by Witch Hazel with a house constructed of cake and confectionery, but they were rescued by a idiotic gnome (played by Daffy).

The CEO's House

In a parody of Stephen King's The Shining and its film adaptation (and slighty influenced by The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror segment The Shinning), the Warners and Dr. Scratchansniff have to take care of Plotz's winter house. Meanwhile, the Warners are informed by Ralph that they have a powerful gift and they must use them before Dr. Scratchansniff becomes fully insane.

The Duxorcist

In a parody of The Exorcist and its film adaptation, Daffy recieves a phone call from Tina to come to her home, but later he discovers that she's possessed by three ghosts (remake of the homonymous short).


At the party

In the stories


Into the Haunted Woods

  • "(after Daffy bitting a candy cane) That was a load bearing candy cane, you clumsy oaf!" - Witch Hazel.

The CEO's House

  • "Here's Scratchy!" - Dr. Otto Scratchansniff.

The Duxorcist


  • This special serves as a sequel to the original special from the previous season.
  • Similar to The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror series, the opening and closing credits feature scary names.
  • In a variant of the closing logo, Christopher Walken (voiced by Jeff Bennett) comes out and says That's all, folks, with Porky Pig (appearing in ghost form) replying that's his catchphrase.