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Template:Infobox Series Bugs Bunny's All Star Laff-A-Lympics is a crossover television series. This television series features three teams battling it out for the gold medals.


EpisodesEdit

The episodes for Bugs Bunny's All Star Laff-A-Lympics are not named by which countries the episode starred in, as in the original Laff-A-Lympics, episodes are named after which day they take place on, being days 1-20.

Season 1Edit

Episode Locations
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ScoringEdit

Scoring is very similar to that of the original Laff-A-Lympics. Below, the original scoring still applies, though (due to the extra team) a fourth place score is added.

  • When a team comes in first, that team gains 25 points.
  • When a team comes in second, that team gains 15 points.
  • When a team comes in third/last, that team gains 10 points.

However, teams can be deducted 10 points if they cheat during the challenge (if caught). Also, at some times a 25 or 50 point bonus can be awarded to teams if a heroic deed is also done.

If the result is a tie, teams must split the points, with the exception of first place, where all teams tied receive 60 points.

CharactersEdit

Characters in the series are organised into four teams (with few exceptions). In each episode, characters compete in various challenges to gain their points.

Characters can be placed onto one of these four teams:

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