Best and Worst Looney Tunes Spin-offs

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Kevin Mo

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*Animaniacs
*Pinky and the Brain/Pinky, Elmyra, & the Brain
*Tiny Toon Adventures/The Plucky Duck Show
*Taz-Mania
*The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries
*Duck Dodgers
*Baby Looney Tunes
*New Looney Tunes
*The Looney Tunes Show
*Loonatics Unleashed

Any other spin-offs I should know about?
 
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Fone Bone

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Worst?

Groovy. Freaking. Goolies.

Edit:

Seriously. "Daffy Duck And Porky Pig Meet The Groovy Goolies" is pretty much the Star Wars Holiday Special of Looney Tunes. Warner Bros likes to pretend it doesn't actually exist.
 
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hobbyfan

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*Animaniacs
*Pinky and the Brain/Pinky, Elmyra, & the Brain
*Tiny Toon Adventures/The Plucky Duck Show
*Taz-Mania
*The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries
*Baby Looney Tunes
*New Looney Tunes
*The Looney Tunes Show
*Loonatics Unleashed

Any other spin-offs I should know about?
The top 2 are in their own universe, and have never had any contact with the Looney Tunes characters.
 

jaylop97

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The worst: was The Looney Tunes Show, the humor was really bland and every episode being 22 minutes dragged on.

The best: Duck Dodgers, It still holds up to me well, and I did like the shows use of Daffy, usually starring someone like Daffy sounds like it will give others problems but Daffy did feel like himself and had a good comedic characterization, and the other characters were cool as well.
 

wiley207

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Worst?

Groovy. Freaking. Goolies.

Edit:

Seriously. "Daffy Duck And Porky Pig Meet The Groovy Goolies" is pretty much the Star Wars Holiday Special of Looney Tunes. Warner Bros likes to pretend it doesn't actually exist.
Same thing with the later Warner/Seven Arts cartoons (For the most part), "Loonatics Unleashed" and "Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!"
 

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