- Awesome Music: James L. Venable's rendition of "This is It" (specifically the version heard on The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show), used as the theme song for season 1, is nothing short of awesome, complete with Joe Alaskey providing the singing voices of Bugs and Daffy.
- Broken Base: Some people dismiss the series for its bland concept and little to no originality, but if you're a fan of cartoon characters drawn in The Powerpuff Girls style, then this series is for you.
- Critical Dissonance: Upon release, the show received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. While the series was praised for it's voice casting, occasional throwbacks to the classic cartoons, cameos of other Cartoon Network characters in some episodes and humor, it was also criticized for it's lack of originality. Otherwise, it is one of the most popular Cartoon Network shows to air at its time.
- They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: The absence of some characters like Henery Hawk, Mac and Tosh, Miss Prissy, etc. can be quite disappointing to some people, especially those who love the aforementioned characters.
- Uncanny Valley: The Looney Tunes characters in the style of the Powerpuff Girls is pretty much this.
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