Can you answer real Jeopardy! questions about Looney Tunes cartoons?

Do you have a "Doc"-torate in classic cartoons?

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Jeopardy! lures a lot of smart people. Many of them probably have doctorates. Do you they know "What's up, Doc?"

We bet Toon In With Me fans can pass this quiz. 

If only all Jeopardy! questions were about cartoons!

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  1. LOONEY TUNES for $400 — In "Hare Tonic," he hopes to make wabbit stew fwom that twickster Bugs Bunny.
  2. LOONEY TUNES for $800 — In "Buccaneer Bunny," he calls himself the "blood-thirsiest, shoot-'em firstiest, doggone worstiest."
  3. LOONEY TUNES for $1,200 — An anvil, rocket skates & a do-it-yourself tornado kit are items Wile E. Coyote has bought from this corporation.
  4. LOONEY TUNES for $1,600 — In "The Cats Bah," he pops open a bottle of bubbly and is interviewed about the great love of his life.
  5. LOONEY TUNES for $2,000 — I say, he got above-the-title billing in the punningly named "Of Rice and Hen."
  6. WHAT A PIG! for $1,200 — Introduced in 1937, she's Looney Tunes' longest-lived lady.
  7. LOONEY TUNES for $600 — This "down under" creature whirls like a tornado and slices through trees like a rotary saw.
  8. LOONEY TUNES for $600 — He was a parody of a character on Fred Allen's show, Senator Claghorn.
  9. LOONEY TUNES for $800 — His business card says "Genius."
  10. LOONEY TUNES for $1000 — The genie in 1948's "A Lad in His Lamp" was voiced by this man, pre-Magoo.
  11. BUGS BUNNY for $1,600 — Bugs Bunny officially debuted in the 1940 cartoon "A Wild" this.
  12. BUGS BUNNY for $800 — He voiced Bugs in almost 200 cartoons over a 50-year period
  13. SEEING RED for $1,000 — Bugs Bunny's standard insult that fits the category.
  14. RANDOM STUFF from $600 — Daffy Duck, a fox from Disney in 1973, and Kevin Costner have all played this role from folklore.
  15. OSCAR-NOMINATED WARNER BROS. CARTOONS for $800 — "Swooner Crooner", starring th-th-this character as th-the supervisor of an egg factory.

Can you answer real Jeopardy! questions about Looney Tunes cartoons?

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JC 23 days ago
You got 14 out of 15
Nice work! You deserve a trophy
LalaLucy 1 month ago
This one was so simple. Hardly had to think about any of them. I guess that shows how much I've watched these cartoons over the years. 🙂
Chakkuri 1 month ago
15/15. I watched WAY too much tv as a kid.
HalnLG 1 month ago
Please just show cartoons instead of the stupid Curator and the stupid puppet fish. I mute the TV whenever they are on.
beatleger HalnLG 1 month ago
i agree 100%, just show the cartoons
plucky 2 months ago
I am sure the card read Super Genius ???
Robertp 2 months ago
Perfect score, but I think almost everyone received a great score.
marmetv20 2 months ago
15/15 nice work. I deserve a trophy!
Mob39 2 months ago
You got 15 out of 15

Nice work! You deserve a trophy!
MrChrisM 2 months ago
To bad making money isn't this easy. If it was most of my family would be rich. We're big trivia buffs
Mike 2 months ago
15/15 Wish it was a real payout.. :)
PulsarStargrave 2 months ago
I don't go for silly terms like "officially" or "definitve" because I see them as "nerdy and oily" excuses for ignoring facts and retaining their preconceived notions! They "need" to believe Tex Avery created Bugs Bunny when he just contributed the "What's up, doc?" line to a character who was making his FOURTH appearance!? In "A Wild Hare", he's still not called "Bugs" on camera NOR does he yet have a "Brooklyn" accent so this was still far from "official"!

In reality, the wacky rabbit evolved ever since he was introduced in "Porky's Hare Hunt" by "Bugs" Hardaway...each department contributing to the character along the way! Behind the scenes, in the early days, he was called "Bugs' (as in Hardaway) Bunny"!
WordsmithWorks 2 months ago
15/15. Of course, on Jeopardy the answers are not multiple choice.
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