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Bugs Bunny is a humanoid rabbit who appears in The Looney Tunes Show, in which he is voiced by Jeff Bergman. Shortly after he was born, Bugs Bunny realized he was different from other babies ― "a rabbit in a human woild." When Bugs was a teen, he was chosen as a partner by Elmer J. Fudd, the big vaudeville star; a contract with Warner Brothers soon followed. Bugs Bunny first appeared in Tex Avery’s "A Wild Hare" (1940), and in 1959 Bugs became "that Oscar-winning rabbit" for his star turn in Friz Freleng’s "Knight Knight Bugs."
Bugs Bunny appears as a gray rabbit with a white chest, cheeks, cotton-tail, and soles. He almost invariably wears white gloves, and is generally seen chewing on a carrot (you know, being a rabbit and all). Bugs’s voice is a cross between a Brooklyn and a Bronx accent, and his most famous catchphrase is, "What's up, Doc?"
Shortly before the Fusion Invasion, Bugs was finally caught by Elmer J. Fudd, who shot him and carried off his corpse. ("What did you expect from Cartoon Network ― a happy ending?") However, Zonik intercepted Elmer and rendered him unconscious. Zonik resurrected Bugs, transforming him into an immortal rab-bot. Bugs subsequently married Lola Bunny and had four children: an eldest son called Clyde and triplets named Bugs Bunny, Jr., Leona Bunny, and Benny Bunny. Bugs is friends with Daffy Duck and Porky Pig.
Bugs now resides with his family in Hokey Pokey Woods to be away from Yosemite Sam and other hunters. However, there are rumors that a Fusion Bugs also haunts the woods!