History Funny / WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner

7th Aug '16 3:24:05 PM TempestKnight
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* A bit of [[FridgeLogic Fridge Humour]] from "Whoa Be Gone!": Wile E. gets himself "One (1) Giant Rubber Band (For Tripping Road-Runners)"...meaning someone took the time to conceive this very specific item, test it, and ''succeed''. In other words, Wile E.'s not the only one in the Looney Tunes universe who's trying to catch road runners (although he might be the only one who fails on such a consistent basis)!
17th Jun '16 2:34:49 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* "Operation: Rabbit", where he tried to chase WesternAnimation/{{Bugs Bunny}} -- the rare cartoon where he had [[TheVoiceless lines]], and he turned out to be a WickedCultured SmugSnake with a ''massive'' superiority complex ("Wile E. Coyote.... ''Suuuuper Geniusssss!''"). Naturally, this made his total annihilation even funnier than usual, culminating in an incident involving a shack full of nitroglycerin-filled carrots and an ''oncoming train.''

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* "Operation: Rabbit", where he tried to chase WesternAnimation/{{Bugs Bunny}} -- the rare cartoon where he had [[TheVoiceless [[SuddenlyVoiced lines]], and he turned out to be a WickedCultured SmugSnake with a ''massive'' superiority complex ("Wile E. Coyote.... ''Suuuuper Geniusssss!''"). Naturally, this made his total annihilation even funnier than usual, culminating in an incident involving a shack full of nitroglycerin-filled carrots and an ''oncoming train.''
7th May '16 8:05:00 AM ThraggLootrippa
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* One short has Wile E. buy an industrial strength rubber band and construct a slingshot, in the hope that it will give him enough speed to catch the Roadrunner. Roadrunner runs by, Wile E. cuts the line and releases the rubber band, and... nothing happens. It stay taught, much to his confusion, so he gets out from the rubber band and checks to see what's wrong, including sticking his head into the rubber band to see if there's anything beneath it that has it snagged. [[HilarityEnsues Then the rubber band decides to release, slamming Coyote into the ground a few yards away]].

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* One short has Wile E. buy an industrial strength rubber band and construct a slingshot, in the hope that it will give him enough speed to catch the Roadrunner. Roadrunner runs by, Wile E. cuts the line and releases the rubber band, and... nothing happens. It stay taught, taut, much to his confusion, so he gets out from the rubber band and checks to see what's wrong, including sticking his head into the rubber band to see if there's anything beneath it that has it snagged. [[HilarityEnsues Then the rubber band decides to release, slamming Coyote into the ground a few yards away]].
15th Jan '16 7:36:06 PM TexasKelly
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* "Whoa, Be-Gone!" features quite possibly the Coyote's most ridiculous plan ever: riding down several hundred feet of metal via a single wheel screwed into a helmet... while facing backwards... ''and'' upside-down. It takes forever for him to get balanced on the cable, and the moment he finally does, the cable snaps (of course) under his weight and sends him plummeting into the abyss. (And then to add insult to injury, the snapped cable falls on [[HarmlessElectrocution some electrical wires...]])
15th Jan '16 7:17:16 PM TexasKelly
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** This happens right after the famous [[OverlyLongGag Earthquake Pills gag]] mentioned below - which Wile E. somehow makes it through (destroying multiple rock formations as well as ''creating'' a cliff that he barely avoids not going over) [[IronButtmonkey without being the worse for wear]]. It's the juxtaposition of the two that makes the moment where he walks off cliff #2 out of his own stupidity laugh-out-loud hilarious.
9th Jan '16 9:29:21 PM Brandon
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*** ChuckJones's daughter Linda stated once this this is her absolute favorite gag from the Road Runner series.

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*** ChuckJones's daughter Linda stated once this that this is her absolute favorite gag from the Road Runner series.
9th Jan '16 9:29:03 PM Brandon
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*** ChuckJones's daughter Linda stated once this this is her absolute favorite gag from the Road Runner series.
16th Aug '15 11:34:56 AM Geoduck
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** Also the very end. [[spoiler:Wile E. Coyote is catching his wheezing breath on the clifftop after getting dragged through the desert and then hit by a train. Enter Roadrunner, who displays a sign reading "I just don't have the heart".]]



* Also from "Zoom and Bored", the very end. [[spoiler:Wile E. Coyote is catching his wheezing breath on the clifftop after getting dragged through the desert and then hit by a train. Enter Roadrunner, who displays a sign reading "I just don't have the heart".]]


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** The sign Wile E. [[TalkingWithSigns holds up]] when he sees he is about to be clobbered by a speeding train:
--->STOP IN THE NAME OF HUMANITY
1st May '15 6:59:53 PM nombretomado
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* "Operation: Rabbit", where he tried to chase {{Bugs Bunny}} -- the rare cartoon where he had [[TheVoiceless lines]], and he turned out to be a WickedCultured SmugSnake with a ''massive'' superiority complex ("Wile E. Coyote.... ''Suuuuper Geniusssss!''"). Naturally, this made his total annihilation even funnier than usual, culminating in an incident involving a shack full of nitroglycerin-filled carrots and an ''oncoming train.''

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* "Operation: Rabbit", where he tried to chase {{Bugs WesternAnimation/{{Bugs Bunny}} -- the rare cartoon where he had [[TheVoiceless lines]], and he turned out to be a WickedCultured SmugSnake with a ''massive'' superiority complex ("Wile E. Coyote.... ''Suuuuper Geniusssss!''"). Naturally, this made his total annihilation even funnier than usual, culminating in an incident involving a shack full of nitroglycerin-filled carrots and an ''oncoming train.''
22nd Mar '15 4:52:49 AM TonyG
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* The ending of "Scrambled Aches"; Wile E. builds a giant steamroller, but it rolls away from him. The out of control steamroller chases the Road Runner into a detour ("In case of steamroller, use detour!"), which the Road Runner runs into...right into a cannon. Wile E. jumps behind it and lights the fuse, but the cannon doesn't fire, so Wile E. looks into it. Suddenly, the Road Runner comes flying out on top of the cannon ball, and just when you think it's over, suddenly the steamroller appears, running towards Wile E. The fact that the steamroller is GONE for a good chunk of this plan, and then just shows up at the end out of the blue, is pretty much the funniest thing ever.
* "There They Go-Go-Go!" The Coyote is rolling what looks like a nautical steering wheel, complete with spokes of dynamite, toward a slope. He lights all eight dynamite sticks and launches the wheel... and off goes the wheel, but not the dynamite. Kaboom.
* The BrickJoke involving the exploding water stand in "Beep Beep". The hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck face he gives the audience is what sells it.

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* The ending of "Scrambled Aches"; Wile E. builds a giant steamroller, but it rolls away from him. The out of control steamroller chases the Road Runner into a detour ("In case of steamroller, use detour!"), which the Road Runner runs into...right into a cannon. Wile E. jumps behind it and lights the fuse, but the cannon doesn't fire, so Wile E. looks into it. He sees a headlight accompanied by a train whistle. Wile E. looks up confused, then figures it's the Roadrunner playing a joke and looks again. Suddenly, the Road Runner comes flying out on top of the cannon ball, and just when you think it's over, suddenly the steamroller appears, running towards Wile E. The fact that the steamroller is GONE for a good chunk of this plan, and then just shows up at the end out of the blue, is pretty much the funniest thing ever.
* "There They Go-Go-Go!" The Coyote is rolling what looks like a nautical steering covered wagon wheel, complete with spokes of dynamite, toward a slope. He lights all eight dynamite sticks and launches the wheel... and off goes the wheel, but not the dynamite. Kaboom.
* The BrickJoke involving the exploding water stand in "Beep Beep". The hilarious ThisIsGonnaSuck face he Wile E. gives the audience is what sells it.
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