The Simpsons Foreshadows All

It was so astoundingly obvious that the make-over of Bugs Bunny was a Sign of the Apocalypse that I didn't even bother to mention it at first. However, this sign keeps accumulating more and more potent sub-memes and I decided to post it because of its sheer forcefulness as an omen.

While it seemed to most that after the Simpson's episode about Poochy being invented to extremitize Itchy and Scratchy, even clueless marketing morons would refrain from embarrassing themselves publicly by revamping their characters; Warner Bros has reached a new low with its program "The Loonatics." It will star Buzz Bunny, a disgraceful and graceless pimping of Bugs Bunny's copyright. They should have known they were doing something wrong when the name they chose was already the name of a vibrator.

For an astoundingly offensive vision of what our doom will look like, check out this video inspired by the new Buzz Bunny. As a word of caution, this video is really really offensive. But if the wondrous memepool deems it postable, than so do I.

As an aside, I would like to add that, personally, I find it particularly disturbing that this has happened to the Looney Tunes characters. I remember when these characters first began to appear, sprouting up to populate the silver screen. Those were heady times; paperboys in the streets, everyone still believing that the world had seen the last and greatest war. Surrealism and Dadaism were still fresh in our memories, and it was not ingenuine to think of them when we saw this strange and wiley animals dashing about after the newsreel but before the feature. Especially that Dodo. He was weird.


Blogger justin said...

That's some f***ing funny s*** right there. The eye lasers and the pirates were the best. Plus the line about

Ironically, this is as funny as that character will ever be. It's reached its zenith before ever being released.

9:51 a.m.  
Blogger Matthew Lie - Paehlke said...

Good sir, know that the eye lasers are real.

12:42 p.m.  

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