She is Daffy Duck's tough, savvy, street-smart, rebellious and feisty girlfriend. She's attracted to Daffy, despite his flaws, because, in her own words, "she likes a project." She works at the Copy Place.
She is copying papers and giving Daffy business cards that claim that he is a wizard at the Copy Place.
In Season 2, Tina has transformed from more of a "recurring character" role, into a full fledged major character like Lola Bunny or Porky Pig, appearing in almost every episode of the second season, and being a center of focus on several of the episodes such as "You've Got Hate Mail" and "Customer Service".
In "Daffy Duck, Esquire", she tells Daffy that her dad, Frank Russo, is coming to town for the week, but she isn't going to be meeting him, because she fears that her father will not approve of Daffy because he is unemployed, uneducated and is not financially stable. In the end, he approves, after understanding that she loves him. Tina has a sister who went to beauty school and is the mother of her nephew, Zachary.
- Tina wears The Rachel, a hairstyle made famous in the sitcom Friends.
- She is based on Melissa Duck.
- According to Jessica Borutski's Instagram, Tina's name was originally to be "Marisol Mallard".
- Originally created for Looney Tunes Laff Riot, Tina went through multiple design changes during development as it transitioned to The Looney Tunes Show. She originally had pink hair and only wore a top. An early version of the Cartoon Network website for The Looney Tunes Show showcased Tina as having purple hair and purple-tinted white feathers. Parts of the pink-haired design could be seen at the Brazilian Six Flags Park.