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Unplugged Leghorn and Dawg
Season 1, Episode 24b
Date Aired: December 7, 2016
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Unplugged Leghorn and Dawg is the second segment of the twenty-fourth episode of Season 1 of The New Looney Tunes Show, starring Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dawg.

PlotEdit

Foghorn and Barnyard are constantly teased during the segment by an off-screen animator.

CharactersEdit

QuotesEdit

  • "And you, I say, you are gonna hold down that, I say, football until Charlie Brown kicks it" - Foghorn Leghorn.
  • "You got that?!" - Barnyard Dawg.
  • "I want to know, who is, I say, the responsable for this?" - Foghorn Leghorn.
  • "(to the camera) Ain't I a stinker?" - The Animator.

TriviaEdit

  • This segment serves as a remake of Duck Amuck.
  • The situations which Foghorn and Barnyard were put by the Animator are:
    • The classic gag which Foghorn spanks Barnyard with a paddle, which was interrumped by a pencil changing the setting and putting them with clothes.
    • They, as police officers, chase Bunny and Claude.
    • They are put in a Peanuts-like stage, where Lucy van Pelt try to trick Charlie Brown into kicking a football. However, Foghorn and Barnyard attack her, with Barnyard saying "I always hated that girl", making Charlie Brown to kick the football, much to Lucy's dismay (inspired by a cutaway from Family Guy's episode Brian's Got a Brand New Bag).
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    • They, with Elmer Fudd-like clothes, are in a forest, with both being tormented by a baby version of Bugs Bunny (inspired by the flashback sequence from The Old Grey Hare).
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    • Final situation, TBA
  • The Animator is a caricature of Robert McKimson, the creator of both characters.

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