And here's one for the modern take version. :)
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This is Lola Bunny reintroduced in the 2011 reboot of the Looney Tunes, The Looney Tunes Show. Before I get to Lola, I thought I go ahead and share my honest thoughts of The Looney Tunes Show overall. While TLTS is one of the shows I really, really HATED, but everyone else seemed to like, it's not really a flat out terrible show since there were a several of episodes I found surprisingly decent and when the jokes land it's the funniest thing about it, but what I do not find interesting about TLTS is the controversial character changes to the Looney Tunes (Perfect example is Taz being a dog, Gossamer being a kid, Witch Hazel as a sassy African American, etc). I really dislike the fact how the Looney Tunes were toned down to make them try to fit it as something different, but reality is that the Looney Tunes were only known for Slapstick comedy. Granted, some slapstick is there, but there isn't quite enough of it to where the show should be called "Looney Tunes", because the whole point of Looney Tunes and what made them excellent and entertaining to watch is mostly the slapstick comedy, and that's how they're notable for that and seeing them in a different genre is just off. Though, there were a few Looney Tunes that were surprisingly decent on TLTS (Daffy Duck for example, he was hilarious).
Now for this version of Lola, this version completely separates from her Space Jam incarnation, by making her personality into a fast talking, less intelligent character who obsesses over Bugs Bunny. At some point, she's really funny, but can be annoying mostly, like in the first season (and sometimes, little parts in Season 2), but in the second season, her obsessive characterization was dropped and toned down a bit into a much caring personality with funny traits, making her arguably the most Looney and funniest character in the show, and I also agree with most fans that since the series is supposed to be "Looney Tunes", the only way we can make Lola Bunny work is to make her a bimbo like an actual Looney Tune, and as much as it pains me a lot to say this, if it wasn't for TLTS, her personality would've never developed completely.
BUT, not having Kath Soucie as Lola in this is really odd. I just cannot stand Kristen Wiig as Lola. To me, Kristen Wiig is a lot more funnier in movies and such, but reason simply is because Kath Soucie was still around working in that year when TLTS came out and Kath was still talented, still working and have TONS of experience in character personality and voicing characters differently, and just hearing Kristen Wiig doing nothing but being.... Kristen Wiig just doesn't fill my cup of tea. Sure, she's funny as Lola personality wise and it's understadable to help the writers write more cleverly, but that doesn't mean that Kath Soucie can't be as funny personality wise either.
What really ticks me off the most is her fan base, (I know it's not a legitimate argument for some of you, but I just feel I need to express this) whenever somebody posts a public comment saying they prefer Space Jam Lola, they tend to act very defensively and comes at them expressing how much the original Lola "didn't have a personality" or how boring she was just to get popular votes etc, hoping for the person to change their opinion. Most of them are really insensitive to those kinds of people, while some of them do tend to respect their opinion, but the majority of those people don't respect them. While I like both versions of Lola Bunny, I will say that if you people seriously love this version more than anything, then maybe you guys should really knock it off with the Lola wars and go for a midway or something, because all you're doing is ending up making the character look a lot more worse to where it gets to the point where WB can't show Lola anymore.
Just be a true Lola fan and enjoy both! :) I like Lola Bunny nevertheless no matter what kind of character she's like. :)
I hope you enjoy!
Lola Bunny, The Looney Tunes Show ©Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
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