Seeing Double
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Series: The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries
Season: Four
Episode No. 47b
Directed By: Charles Visser
Written By: Tom Minton
Released: May 1, 1999
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Seeing Double is the second segment of the forty-seventh episode of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries. It first aired May 1, 1999 on Kids' WB.


Granny, Sylvester, Tweety and Hector go to "Happy Pet Village" for a tour. Meanwhile, Tweety meets Orson, and they both drive Sylvester crazy and confused.


  • This is the last episode to use traditional hand-painted cell animation. Beginning the next episode, the show uses digital ink and paint.
  • This episode clearly indicates that Tweety is a boy, not a girl, when he enters the male toilets in a birdhouse in one scene.
  • Orson is a yellow canary who turned pink naturally due to the test seeds manufactured by the "Happy Pet Village". Orson physically resembles Tweety from the Bob Clampett-directed cartoons, who was named "Orson" on his character model sheet.
    • Tweety says that he was born pink and turned yellow, obviously referencing the fact that in the original Looney Tunes shorts Tweety was originally a pink, featherless baby bird in the Bob Clampett cartoons, "A Tale of Two Kitties", "Birdy and the Beast", and "A Gruesome Twosome", and later received yellow feathers when Friz Freleng took over directing the Tweety cartoons beginning with "Tweetie Pie".

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