I'm a huge fan of Looney Tunes and someday when I grow up and become a cartoonist, I'll like to pass some of my LT show ideas to Warner Bros., in hopes of them becoming an actual series. To start of this thread, here's two of my ideas I've made up so far: *I'll give Lola Bunny her own show. I'll call it Lola's Wacky World or The Looney Adventures of Lola Bunny. In this show, Lola is the main protagonist (unlike previous Looney Tunes series, this one actually has a female protagonist, something more cartoons need). She's a ditzy, bubbly, wacky, loony and adorkable female bunny (much like herself in The Looney Tunes Show) that does idiotic stuff in every episode and get away with it (like what SpongeBob and Patrick does all the time) in a unintentional way. She'll also have enemies to face (and not just female counterparts of the male LT characters, there need to be original ones as well). It could pretty much be like a love-hate relationship with Wander and Lord Hater from Wander Over Yonder. One of her enemies could be a mean-spirited alpha drama queen who constantly tries to be better than Lola and make fun of her for no apparent reason other than to be proud of it. That character, at the same time, should also have a personality to balance out her character. Lola as a character will also have Bugs as her boyfriend, but less of a stalker to him. She'll also have Tina Russo as her sane and wise best friend who's the straight woman to her. She'll live in a rabbit hole next to her boyfriend Bugs and have more comedic adventures as the show goes on. *Daffy Duck could use another series as well. He hasn't had one since Duck Dodgers. This one will be about him being a father. He'll be married to Tina Russo and have three children. Much like a similar premise to Quack Pack, Daffy must learn how to be a good parental guardian to his three kids. He'll still be a lazy, idiotic and selfish jerk from time to time, but he'll always have a heart of gold when it comes to his wife and children. Daffy will also have some friends as well, including Bugs and Porky. Oh, and this show will be a slice-of-life kind of show in more of a loony and wacky way, so that Looney Tunes spark will still be there. With that said, I'll call that show The Duck Family or The Daffy Duck Show, or even Daddy Duck. Either way works, IMO. Now that I've listed me, what are some of your ideas for a Looney Tunes series (or movie, theatrical short or any other kind of media)? I'll like to hear them myself.