The Looney Tunes Spin-Off Spectacular Special Showcase is the ninteenth episode of Season 4 of The New Looney Tunes Show, being a half-hour special.
Warner Bros. is desperate for cash and ordered its Animation division team to develop potential spin-offs for Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Droopy, Hanna-Barbera shows, The Doggies and Collin the Speedy Boy for WB Kids. In this special, it's shown four potential spin-offs from the first franchise. Since budget was too small to get a big Hollywood star, the crew had to settle for Seth Green to present the special.
Sam Fudd: P.I.Edit
Elmer Fudd gives up from being a hunter and starts a new life in San Francisco under the pseudonym Sam Fudd as a private detective, with Cool Cat and Elmyra Duff also moving to help him on his cases.
- Characters: Elmer Fudd (voiced by Billy West), Cool Cat (voiced by Jim Cummings) and Elmyra Duff (voiced by Cree Summer).
The cat characters live together in a house.
Porky Pig: Secret AgentEdit
In a parody of spy fiction (and influenced by Danger Mouse, Secret Squirrel and Get Smart), Special Agent Porky Pig and his sidekick/girlfriend Petunia Pig face various missions to save the world from potential menaces.
- Seth Green (voiced by himself, guest star)
- Writers: Seth Green and Matthew Senreich (third segment)
- Storyboard Artists:
- "Good evening, I'm Seth Green. Maybe you know me for my works on Adult Swim like Robot Chicken and Titan Maximum, my various roles on films and television and my voice-acting roles. Well, I'm gonna tell you what the special is about. In order to get more profit, Warner Bros. Animation was requested to pitch potential spin-offs for its most profitable franchises for the WB Kids channel and Looney Tunes is one of them" - Seth Green.
- This special takes some similarities with The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase.
- Besides serving as a guest star, Seth Green, along with Robot Chicken co-creator Matthew Senreich, developed the third segment, using the stop-motion animation style they use in the show.
- As an addition, their companies Stoopid Monkey and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios were credited as production companies in the special's closing credits.
- When the episode airs in Cartoon Network, the lines saying "WB Kids" are redubbed to "Cartoon Network", happening the same with the Boomerang airings.