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Old 09-06-2012, 03:38 AM   #1
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Okay, here's a question.
Did Elmer ever actually kill Bugs?

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Old 09-06-2012, 03:46 AM   #2
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Okay, here's a question.
Did Elmer ever actually kill Bugs?
i don't think he did. i think Bugs faked it a few times to fool Elmer Fudd!
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No.

However, the coyote did catch the roadrunner one time, couldn't figure out what to do with him, and let him go.

That's when childhood ended, and the last time I watched a cartoon.

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OK, no winners so, yes he did.
An episode called [B]"What's Opera, Doc?[/B]" Generally known as the "Kill The Wabbit!" episode. Based on Wagners Neibeling.
You know, Brunnehilda.
And actually, I think there may have been another, very old one. I'll have to check into that.

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However, the coyote did catch the roadrunner one time, couldn't figure out what to do with him, and let him go.

That's when childhood ended, and the last time I watched a cartoon.
I thought he wanted to eat it.
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However, the coyote did catch the roadrunner one time, couldn't figure out what to do with him, and let him go.

That's when childhood ended, and the last time I watched a cartoon.
Have you seen the family guy, when he finally kills the roadrunner?

He falls into a depression and almost kills himself. After some soul searching the sequence wraps up with him being a christian missionary
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OK, no winners so, yes he did.
An episode called [B]"What's Opera, Doc?[/B]" Generally known as the "Kill The Wabbit!" episode. Based on Wagners Neibeling.
You know, Brunnehilda.
And actually, I think there may have been another, very old one. I'll have to check into that.
Sorry, but he sits up at the end. Not dead.

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Yes, he looks up and says "What did you expect from opera, a happy ending?"
But he was killed.
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Fine, I won't split hares....

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