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* ExtremeOmnivore: Averted. Wile E. may be hungry, but to further expound on his "Eatibus almost-anythingus" designation, he's ''not'' desperate enough to eat a tin can.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Averted. Wile E. may be hungry, but to further expound on his "Eatibus almost-anythingus" designation, he's ''not'' desperate enough to eat a tin can.can (like he was in "WesternAnimation/StopLookAndHasten").


''Guided Muscle'' is a 1955 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon starring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner. It was directed by Creator/ChuckJones.

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''Guided Muscle'' '''Guided Muscle''' is a 1955 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon starring WesternAnimation/WileECoyoteAndTheRoadrunner. It was directed by Creator/ChuckJones.


The short opens with the Coyote preparing a gourmet meal in which the main course is -- a tin can. After contemplating the can the Coyote snaps out of it, and contemplates his next move. Cue the Road Runner running right through him, the ensuing chase, and the onslaught of devices and traps. It works as well as it usually does.

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The short opens with the Coyote preparing a gourmet meal in which the main course is -- a tin can. After contemplating He takes a knife and fork to the can can, pauses, and, sweeping it all away (to expound on the Coyote snaps out of it, and ''Eatibus almost-anythingus'' binomium), contemplates his next move. Cue the Road Runner running right through him, the ensuing chase, and the onslaught of devices and traps. It works as well as it usually does.


* ExtremeOmnivore: Averted. Wile E. may be hungry, but he's not desperate enough to eat a tin can.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Averted. Wile E. may be hungry, but to further expound on his "Eatibus almost-anythingus" designation, he's not ''not'' desperate enough to eat a tin can.


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SpecificSituationBook full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SpecificSituationBook ''[[SpecificSituationBooks full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SituationSpecificBook full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SituationSpecificBook ''[[SpecificSituationBook full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SituationSpecificBooks full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''[[SituationSpecificBooks ''[[SituationSpecificBook full paged manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''full paged manual'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''full ''[[SituationSpecificBooks full paged manual'' manual]]'' on how to tar and feather one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).


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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''full paged manual'' on how to tar and feather one.

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), there apparently exists a ''full paged manual'' on how to tar and feather one.one (which Wile E. reads prior to setting the device off).


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), Wile E. reads a manual on how to tar and feather one.

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), Wile E. reads there apparently exists a manual ''full paged manual'' on how to tar and feather one.


* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner.

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* TarAndFeathers: Of course Acme makes a machine for it. And of course it tars and feathers Wile E. instead of the Roadrunner. Ironically, despite roadrunners [[CaptainObvious already having feathers]] (see above), Wile E. reads a manual on how to tar and feather one.


It has the distinction of being the absolute ''last'' cartoon ever aired on ''WesternAnimation/TheBugsBunnyRoadRunnerShow'' (which by then had become ''Bugs Bunny and Tweety,'' 2000), marking TheEnd of a 40-year network television run.

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It has the distinction of being the [[GrandFinale absolute ''last'' cartoon last cartoon]] ever aired on ''WesternAnimation/TheBugsBunnyRoadRunnerShow'' (which by then had become ''Bugs Bunny and Tweety,'' 2000), marking TheEnd of a 40-year network television run.

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* ExtremeOmnivore: Averted. Wile E. may be hungry, but he's not desperate enough to eat a tin can.


It has the distinction of being the absolute ''last'' cartoon ever aired on ''WesternAnimation/TheBugsBunnyRoadRunnerShow'' (which by then had become "Bugs Bunny and Tweety"), ending a stellar 40-year network television run (2000).

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It has the distinction of being the absolute ''last'' cartoon ever aired on ''WesternAnimation/TheBugsBunnyRoadRunnerShow'' (which by then had become "Bugs ''Bugs Bunny and Tweety"), ending Tweety,'' 2000), marking TheEnd of a stellar 40-year network television run (2000).
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