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* ByNoIMeanYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ''({{Beat}})'' Cause it hasnít! ''(runs for dear life)''"



* HorrifyingTheHorror: PlayedForLaughs. Toward the end of the episode, Bugs [[BreakingtheFourthWall points out the audience]] to the monster, who screams, "PEEEEE-PEL!" and races away.

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* HorrifyingTheHorror: PlayedForLaughs. Toward the end of the episode, Bugs [[BreakingtheFourthWall [[BreakingTheFourthWall points out the audience]] to the monster, who screams, "PEEEEE-PEL!" and races away.



* ByNoIMeanYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ''({{Beat}})'' Cause it hasnít! ''(runs for dear life)''"


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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The MadScientist isn't seen again after he lets the monster out of its cell.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Upon learning the snarling beast is the "friend" that the MadScientist wants to introduce him to, Bugs shakes his hand and shouts, "Well, goodbye!" He packs some luggage to the sound of an instrumental version of "California, Here I Come" before bolting for the door.
* TalkingWithSigns: Seeing Gossamer in full, a panicking Bugs holds up a sign reading "Yipe!" in very tiny print. He looks at Gossamer again and flips the sign to the other side, which reads "YIPE!" in much larger print.


* HorrifyingTheHorror: PlayedForLaughs. Toward the end of the episode, Bugs [[BreakingtheFourthWall points out the audience]] to the monster, who screams, "People!" and races away.

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* HorrifyingTheHorror: PlayedForLaughs. Toward the end of the episode, Bugs [[BreakingtheFourthWall points out the audience]] to the monster, who screams, "People!" "PEEEEE-PEL!" and races away.

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* CardCarryingVillain: The scientist goes so far as to have a sign on his castle confirming it.


* BeingWatched: Bugs, by the audience.

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* BeingWatched: BeingWatched:
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Bugs, by the audience.



* FemBot: Two rabbit-shaped ones appear.
** {{Robosexual}}: Bugs goes moony-eyed over them.

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* FemBot: Two rabbit-shaped ones appear.
** {{Robosexual}}: Bugs goes moony-eyed over them.
"female" robots appear.



* NoExceptYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ''({{Beat}})'' Cause it hasnít! ''(runs for dear life)''"

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* NoExceptYes: ByNoIMeanYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ''({{Beat}})'' Cause it hasnít! ''(runs for dear life)''"



* PortraitPaintingPeephole: Unfortunately for the monster, Bugs penetrates the disguise and [[EyePoke sticks him in the eyes]].
** The role is reversed, only for Bugs to poke the monster's eyes again before the monster could do it to him.

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* PortraitPaintingPeephole: PortraitPaintingPeephole:
** The monster is watching Bugs Bunny through the eyes of a portrait.
Unfortunately for the monster, Bugs penetrates the disguise and [[EyePoke sticks him in the eyes]].
** The role is reversed, only for Bugs to poke the monster's eyes again before is watching the monster through the eyes of the same portrait, when the monster figures out their roles are reversed. Unfortunately for the monster, Bugs [[EyePoke pokes their eyes again]] before they could do it to him.


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* {{Robosexual}}: Bugs goes moony-eyed over two [[FemBot rabbit-shaped "female" robots]].


* NoExceptYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ({{Beat}}) Cause it hasnít! (runs for dear life)"

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* NoExceptYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ({{Beat}}) ''({{Beat}})'' Cause it hasnít! (runs ''(runs for dear life)"life)''"

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* NoExceptYes: As Bugs is packing up to flee the lair: "And donít think it hasnít been a little slice of heaven! ({{Beat}}) Cause it hasnít! (runs for dear life)"


"Hair-Raising Hare" is a 1946 ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'' short directed by Creator/ChuckJones. WesternAnimation/BugsBunny is lured to a MadScientist's laboratory, where he encounters the scientist and his monster (later known as Gossamer).

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"Hair-Raising Hare" is a 1946 ''WesternAnimation/MerrieMelodies'' short directed by Creator/ChuckJones. Creator/ChuckJones.

WesternAnimation/BugsBunny is lured to a MadScientist's laboratory, where he encounters the scientist and his monster (later known as Gossamer).


* BreakingTheFourthWall: Bugs calls for a doctor, and the silhouette of a doctor rises in the audience. Near the end, Bugs scares the monster away by pointing out that an audience is watching them.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: BornInTheTheater: Bugs calls for a doctor, and the silhouette of a doctor rises in the audience. Near the end, Bugs scares the monster away by pointing out that an audience is watching them.

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** Also used an IndyPloy by Bugs to distract Gossamer in the penultimate moment of the short.


* SayingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: "And so, having disposed of the monster, exit our hero through the front door, stage right."

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* SayingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: "And so, having disposed of the monster, exit our hero through the front door, stage right."

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* SayingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: "And so, having disposed of the monster, exit our hero through the front door, stage right."


Listed as one of Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes.

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** The role is reversed, only for Bugs to poke the monster's eyes again before the monster could do it to him.

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