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  • I found out that these episodes of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries were aired on Cartoon Network on December 18, 2002(two years after the show ended)instead of February 12, 2000 on Kids' WB! . Is there any specific reason as to why these episodes were aired on Cartoon Network instead of Kids' WB!? If so, please let me know ASAP so that my questions will be answered.

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: I found out that episodes were aired on Cartoon Network on December 18, 2002(two years after the show ended) instead of February 12, 2000 on Kids' WB! . Is there a reason why these episodes aired on Cartoon Network instead of Kids' WB!? If so, please let me know ASAP so that my questions will be answered.

      I'm not sure. But I think it was one of those filler shifts and they just put the final episode in.

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    • "filler shifts"?

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: "filler shifts"?

      You know when the network has nothing to put in

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    • Oh, I see. Well, I find it strange that they waited 2 years to air these episodes. The ones that aired before them were "Dial V for Veterinarian"/"California's Crusty Bronze" and they were originally on Kids' WB! on February 5, 2000 which was same day as the Batman Beyond episode "Final Cut", the Pokemon episodes "Fit To Be Tide", "Pikachu Re-Volts", and "The Crystal Onix, The Men in Black: The Series episode "The Sardines and Ice Cream Syndrome", and the Detention episode "Boyz 'N The Parenthood". They were supposed to have aired on Kids' WB! on February 12, 2000 as the show's finale which would have been the same day as the Pokemon episodes "In the Pink", "Shell Shock", and "Stage Fight". Did they somehow lose the recorded lines needed for the episodes and had to start all the way from scratch?

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: Well, I find it strange that they waited 2 years to air these episodes. The ones that aired before them were "Dial V for Veterinarian"/"California's Crusty Bronze" and they were originally on Kids' WB! on February 5, 2000 which was same day as the Batman Beyond episode "Final Cut", the Pokemon episodes "Fit To Be Tide", "Pikachu Re-Volts", and "The Crystal Onix, The Men in Black: The Series episode "The Sardines and Ice Cream Syndrome", and the Detention episode "Boyz 'N The Parenthood" and a week before THESE episodes. They were supposed to have aired on Kids' WB! on February 12, 2000 as the show's finale which would have been the same day as the Pokemon episodes "In the Pink", "Shell Shock", and "Stage Fight". Did they somehow lose the recorded lines needed for the episodes and had to start all the way from scratch?

      Shows are held back for many reasons. For example, a Japanese animated show called Chingo Muchabei was produced around 1968. The problem was that the show was made in black-and-white. (Most Japanese animated shows up until 1970 were made in black-and-white.) By the time the show was ready to air, Japan was embracing color TV, so there were fewer and fewer timeslots for black-and-white shows. One network eventually had to make do by airing it in a slot dedicated to reruns for one month in 1971.

      My theory was that The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries just wasn't that popular anymore, so the network decided to shelve the episodes even though they were complete and ready for air. When Cartoon Network picked the show up, they decided to air those episodes so they could air some new material. Let me know if this contradicts any existing information; this is all speculation.

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    • Could that be the reason as to why its 5th season(the final season)had fewer episodes than the previous seasons?

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: Could that be the reason as to why its 5th season(the final season)had fewer episodes than the  previous seasons?

      Most likely. I think the 5th season was a goodbye season for the fans only. I didn't find the show that interesting. It was mostly Tweety Sylvester formula, something I can see anywhere.

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    • Like Space Jam?

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: Like Space Jam?

      What do you mean like space jam?

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    • He WAS part of Michael Jordan's basketball team.

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: He WAS part of Michael Jordan's basketball team.

      Who's he?

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    • "Who's he?"?!!??!?!?!? He is one of the most famous basketball players in the world, if not only.

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    • JustMeJordanW wrote: "Who's he?"?!!??!?!?!? He is one of the most famous basketball players in the world, if not only.

      No, you said he was part of Michael Jordan's basketball team. Who is the he in this case?

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    • Oh, I'm sorry. I was referring to Tweety.

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    • A FANDOM user
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