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16th Jul '16 3:39:03 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' Scratch and Grounder try this trick on Sonic. Of course, they botch it.

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* In ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'':
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Scratch and Grounder try this trick on Sonic. Of course, they botch it.
1st May '16 2:16:53 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srolPWbcg44 this McDonald's commercial]], the Hamburglar paints a tunnel on the wall to get cheeseburgers from Ronald [=McDonald=], who is riding a scooter. Ronald goes through the tunnel, but when the Hamburglar tries to chase after him, he slams into the wall. Feeling bad for the Hamburglar, Ronald gives him one cheeseburger from inside the tunnel.
29th Mar '16 4:28:54 AM Medinoc
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', a (relatively) serious live-action show, spends an episode inside the subconscious of the main character John Crichton, which is apparently highly influenced by old WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoons. Crichton and an animated version of the angry [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy alien warrior D'Argo]] engage in a series of Coyote-and-Road Runner–style chases, all of which center on D'Argo painting wormholes onto the wall, which act as this type of tunnel.

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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', a (relatively) serious live-action show, spends an episode inside the subconscious of the main character John Crichton, which is apparently highly influenced by old WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoons. Crichton and an animated version of the angry [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy alien warrior D'Argo]] engage in a series of Coyote-and-Road Runner–style chases, all a few of which center on D'Argo painting wormholes onto the wall, which act as this type of tunnel.
11th Mar '16 3:26:00 PM margdean56
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* Dick Dastardly does it in one ''WackyRaces'' story. After the inevitable 'intended-victim-goes-through-tunnel-and-he-crashes-against-wall', [[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum he declares its a case of]] YourMindMakesItReal, and tries to go through, telling Muttley to just keeping thinking that the painted tunnel is real. [[WrongGenreSavvy It still don't work.]]

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* Dick Dastardly does it in one ''WackyRaces'' story. After the inevitable 'intended-victim-goes-through-tunnel-and-he-crashes-against-wall', [[ItRunsOnNonsensoleum he declares its a case of]] YourMindMakesItReal, and tries to go through, telling Muttley to just keeping thinking that the painted tunnel is real. [[WrongGenreSavvy It still don't doesn't work.]]
2nd Jan '16 1:57:30 PM nombretomado
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* Variation in an early ''SonicTheComic'' strip, where Robotnik paints a tunnel on the wall in the hope Sonic will run into it and knock himself out. Sonic proceeds to run into the tunnel. A confused Robotnik attempts to follow and, of course, knocks himself out against the wall.

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* Variation in an early ''SonicTheComic'' ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' strip, where Robotnik paints a tunnel on the wall in the hope Sonic will run into it and knock himself out. Sonic proceeds to run into the tunnel. A confused Robotnik attempts to follow and, of course, knocks himself out against the wall.
9th Oct '15 5:41:21 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* A commercial for Energizer batteries features who else but Wile E. Coyote himself paint a tunnel on the wall to try to catch the Energizer Bunny. Just like the Road Runner in the cartoons, the bunny goes through the tunnel, but when Wile E. tries to chase after him, he slams into the wall.

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* A commercial for Energizer batteries features who else but [[WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadRunner Wile E. Coyote Coyote]] himself paint a tunnel on the wall to try to catch the Energizer Bunny. Just like the Road Runner in the cartoons, the bunny goes through the tunnel, but when Wile E. tries to chase after him, he slams into the wall.
6th Sep '15 11:25:05 AM Phred
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* Spoofed in an episode of ''{{WesternAnimation/Turbo}} FAST'', where Hardcase draws a road on a trampoline hoping to cause the snails to bounce off over a cliff. When they seem to go through it, he tries it himself and bounces off over a cliff. Pan to the snails who simply went around the painting instead of through.
-->'''Smoove Move''': Did he really think we can't tell a road from a painting?
1st Jul '15 6:06:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* In a couple of his movies (''ThePlayhouse'', ''SteamboatBillJr.'') Creator/BusterKeaton uses an old vaudeville gag in which a comedian performing against a backdrop painted to look like a body of water dives into it -- he actually jumps through a horizontal slit in the canvas.

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* In a couple of his movies (''ThePlayhouse'', ''SteamboatBillJr.(''Film/ThePlayhouse'', ''Film/SteamboatBillJr.'') Creator/BusterKeaton uses an old vaudeville gag in which a comedian performing against a backdrop painted to look like a body of water dives into it -- he actually jumps through a horizontal slit in the canvas.
9th Jun '15 1:05:28 PM StFan
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* In ''JackToMameNoKi'' during the final fight against Tulip the giant, Jack's dog Crosby paints a picture of a train tunnel on a wall and runs through it, naturally Tulip crashes into it and temporarily knocks himself out.

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* In ''JackToMameNoKi'' ''Anime/JackToMameNoKi'' during the final fight against Tulip the giant, Jack's dog Crosby paints a picture of a train tunnel on a wall and runs through it, naturally Tulip crashes into it and temporarily knocks himself out.
28th May '15 6:38:38 PM Yinyang107
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', a (relatively) serious live-action show, spends an episode inside the subconscious of the main character John Crichton, which is apparently highly influenced by old WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoons. Crichton and an animated version of the angry [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy alien warrior D'Argo]] engage in a series of Coyote-and-Road Runner–style chases, all of which center on D'Argo painting wormholes onto the wall, which act as Artistic Expression tunnels.

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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', a (relatively) serious live-action show, spends an episode inside the subconscious of the main character John Crichton, which is apparently highly influenced by old WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoons. Crichton and an animated version of the angry [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy alien warrior D'Argo]] engage in a series of Coyote-and-Road Runner–style chases, all of which center on D'Argo painting wormholes onto the wall, which act as Artistic Expression tunnels.this type of tunnel.



* Spoofed in a ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryKids'' short with a car race, where the villain [=McWolf=] takes advantage of ArtisticExpression, by having {{Droopy}} drive into a sign and shoving said sign off a cliff (the wolf earlier crashed into a painted tunnel).

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* Spoofed in a ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryKids'' short with a car race, where the villain [=McWolf=] takes advantage of ArtisticExpression, this, by having {{Droopy}} drive into a sign and shoving said sign off a cliff (the wolf earlier crashed into a painted tunnel).
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