The Warners and Mr. Jones
Season 2, Episode 2a
Date Aired: June 14, 2017
Episode Guide
"Katie Ka-Boom's New Boyfriend"
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The Warners and Mr. Jones is the first segment of the second episode of Season 2 of The New Looney Tunes Show, starring The Warner Siblings and Giovanni Jones.


Glovanni Jones seeks to improve his voice for his next opera, but the Warners decide to torment and driving him mad for distracting them from their musical activities.



  • "If he wants war, he'll get it" - Yakko Warner.
  • "Acting? Hey, Yakko. Speaking of acting, we got a job to do" - Wakko Warner.
  • "(impressiong a fangirl) Mr. Jones! Mr. Jones! Could you sign your autograph?" - Dot Warner.

Credits Edit

  • Writers:
  • Storyboard Artists:
  • Directors: Mike Parnell (early animation), Jon McClenahan (retakes)


  • This segment serves as a remake of Long-Haired Hare.
  • This segment was animated at an unknown lower-budget animation studio. Its work was similar to DiC's Super Mario cartoons, but with a mix between Warner Bros' fluid and lifelike cartoon animation style and the 70s-80s Hanna-Barbera animation style. The moment it was shown to the Amblin executives, the studio was fired after this segment had completed post-production.
    • The unknown animation studio was revealed to be British animator Mike Parnell's Tri-Colored Dualmation, Co. Ltd in the UK.
    • Jon McClenahan was called in to re-animate most of the scenes in-house before the segment aired. This resulted in a peculiar mix between the early animation from the lower-budget UK studio and McClenahan's animated retakes.


  • When Wakko said Acting? Hey, Yakko. Speaking of acting, we got a job to do, his voice reverted to his original Animaniacs early Season 1 voice for a brief moment.
  • When Yakko plans to shoot Giovanni Jones with a cannon, his gloves are miscolored yellow, much like Disney's Mickey Mouse in a few of his early color films, for example, Mickey's Garden and Pluto's Judgement Day.
  • Giovanni Jones freezes mid-animation as he tries to capture the Warners, but fails to do so. This was fixed by McClenahan before the initial airing of the segment.
  • Before the original airing, when Yakko trips Jones, the background moves, but Yakko and Jones don't move. This was one of the mistakes also fixed by McClenahan.

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