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Porky Pig is a Looney Tunes star who now teaches at Acme Looniversity. He is the mentor and favorite teacher of Hamton J. Pig. In the Looney Tunes shorts, he is usually depicted as Daffy Duck's best friend and occasional sidekick. Also, Porky has a stutter.
Appearances in Tiny Toon Adventures
Porky appears briefly in the Season 1 premiere, The Looney Beginning. During Bugs' song about Acme Looniversity, Porky appears as the teacher of Wild Takes class.
Porky appears in the Season 1 episode, Animaniacs, along with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, as judges for the Acme Looniversity animation festival. Although the Looney Tunes are not too keen on seeing student films, Bugs doesn't give them much of a choice. The shortened version of The Plucky Duck Story becomes a refreshing change of pace after Shirley the Loon's 17-and-1/2-hour long film, Song of the Loon, and thus wins first prize.
Porky appears alongside Sylvester the Cat in the Season 1 episode, The Acme Bowl as the announcer for Acme Looniversity in their football game against Perfecto Prep. Although Sylvester is more successful in announcing, his spit fills up the booth, slowly flooding it.
Porky appears briefly in the Season 1 episode, Fields of Honey, where Babs is watching some of the cartoons to find her new mentor, and Porky is shown on the screen saying his famous, "Th-th-th-That's all Folks!" He is also shown at a meeting held by Babs at Acme Looniversity with a majority of the other Looney Tunes teaching staff. Babs is so intent and overzealous on them building a "really big theater" and show nothing but Honey cartoons so that people would come and watch because the "strange voice" (revealed later as Bosko) told her to do so, that she appears to be going mad (even drooling over the table). They promptly send her to the nurse's office to see Elmyra, who also concludes that she is had gone crazy. Hamton mentions that he prefers Porky the best as a mentor, even after Buster and Plucky bribe him with cake to choose either one of their mentors; Bugs and Daffy respectively.
Porky appears in the Season 1 episode, Hero Hamton, as the teacher of Porky's props class. Hamton tells him about the fight against Montana Max, and Porky tells him that Monty would leave him alone if he were afraid of him. Hamton uses Porky's breakaway props to scare Montana Max when he bullies his friends. Plucky makes a lot of money during the fight, but Porky takes the money to replace the broken props. At the end of the episode, Porky gives Hamton his permission to say his famous closing line, "Th-th-th-That's all Folks!." This is the only time we see Porky and Hamton together.
Porky appears briefly in the Season 1 episode, Who Bopped Bugs Bunny?, where he is seen sitting on the first chair (eating popcorn).
Porky appears as an ornament in Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation, hanging from the rear-view mirror in Wade Pig's (Hamton's dad) car.
In Two-Tone Town, Porky performs on tuba in an orchestra conducted by Daffy and consisting of other Looney Tunes. Porky as well as the others in the orchestra are wearing light blue tuxedos and about to perform in front of a full crowd. Buster (in Robin Hood attire and intentions to steal the musical symbols) interrupts the orchestra, but a slightly annoyed Daffy denies his interruption and commands them to perform anyways. Giant musical symbols appear above the orchestra as they play, and Buster begins stealing the symbols, infuriating Daffy further. The angered duck battles Buster atop the symbols, as Porky and the others continue to play. Daffy loses the battle when he falls and Taz smashes in his head with his cymbals. Buster conducts a final note as Porky and the rest of the orchestra perform for him.
Porky is seen on a projector screen in the season finale, It's A Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas Special, where Babs is watching a Porky and Petunia short, and Porky tells Petunia, "Merry Christmas," and that he has her a gift; the moon.