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  • Slappy Squirrel (character)
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  • Slappy Squirrel is an elderly, grumpy veteran cartoon tree squirrel who starred in a fictional version of Looney Tunes cartoons as Slappy, The Slap-Happy Squirrel. Today, she lives in a treehouse with her cute, chipper, and cheerful nephew, Skippy Squirrel. She often faces old enemies from her past, like Walter Wolf, Sid the Squid, and Beanie, the Brain Dead Bison. Other situations see her facing common nuisances, like annoyingly perky neighbors like Candie Chipmunk ("I Got Yer Can") and Skippy's emotional traumas ("Bumbie's Mom"). She typically solves her problems with exaggerated cartoon violence. She has even blasted the Warners' annoying new nanny out of Warner Bros. Studio when the Warners could not do it themselves because of their moral beliefs ("The Sound Of Warners"). The music pl
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Title
  • Slappy the Squirrel
catchphrases
  • "Ehhh enough with the singing already."
  • "Go away!"
  • "Oh, now this is sad!"
  • "Oh,put a sock in it!"'''
  • "She asked as if she cared"
  • "Somebody shoot me!"
  • "You remind me of a very young..."
  • '''"Now that's comedy!"
Fullname
  • Slappy, the Slap-happy Squirrel
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  • Slappy Squirrel is an elderly, grumpy veteran cartoon tree squirrel who starred in a fictional version of Looney Tunes cartoons as Slappy, The Slap-Happy Squirrel. Today, she lives in a treehouse with her cute, chipper, and cheerful nephew, Skippy Squirrel. She often faces old enemies from her past, like Walter Wolf, Sid the Squid, and Beanie, the Brain Dead Bison. Other situations see her facing common nuisances, like annoyingly perky neighbors like Candie Chipmunk ("I Got Yer Can") and Skippy's emotional traumas ("Bumbie's Mom"). She typically solves her problems with exaggerated cartoon violence. She has even blasted the Warners' annoying new nanny out of Warner Bros. Studio when the Warners could not do it themselves because of their moral beliefs ("The Sound Of Warners"). The music played during the title card of her segments is an excerpt from Antonín Dvořák's "Humoresque". Slappy is the craziest squirrel. Slappy is voiced by series writer Sherri Stoner.