Many people consider bugs bunny as a trickster and compare him with the older folktales. According to the television show, the Bugs bunny character has been portrayed as fearless and creative. However, everybody knows that Bugs Bunny is intelligent to confront any kind of complicated circumstances (Furniss, 2009). The character is actually the inventor of the critical situation and when he can’t overcome it, a slogan rises from him- “of course you know this means war” and all of the audiences know that he is going to win no matter what happens. Bugs bunny outsmarts his opponent and utilizes his cleverness in terms of his own achievements. The mischief behaviour and his outsmart techniques get the better of all other characters like- Daffy, Tasmanian Devil, Marvin and Elmer Fudd by defeating them in a situation of war. In the time of World War II, the Bugs Bunny character was illustrated with confrontation against Adolf Hitler, the Japanese soldiers and Benito Mussolini. In the episode, Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips, the situation represents the odds of Bugs Bunny against Japanese Soldiers. It showed extreme racism towards the people of Japan and that’s why the cartoon had been pulled from the distribution (Estren, 2012).
For social acceptance there are messages for the landmine survivors which were presented in the Daffy with Umbrella episode. The conversation between the Bugs Bunny and Daffy the duck was the symbol of social acceptance here (McLaughlin, 2001).
In the Semper Lie and Fudd’s hat episodes, there are severe gender issues like- Bugs Bunny’s practices of dressing like a woman. While running from Elmer Fudd he would suddenly run through a door by slamming it and when opening of the door happens by Elmer, he finds Bugs in the attire of a woman.