And then it turns out that that wasn’t very funny, either.
This is so true with Road runner skits…like kinda early late 70s they just started to suck.
Except they stopped making them in the late 1960s.
I will now melt all of your brains: there is an entire generation of kids out there who only know of the Roadrunner as a mascot for Time-Warner Cable.
If that didn’t do the whole job, this will help. The Game.
What? Am I the only one here who still loves the classics? Curse you transformers!!
I love the classics as well. Grew up on Looney Toons, Tom and Jerry, Mickey Mouse, etc
Bugs Bunny and all his loony toon cohorts are what gave me the appreciation for classical music and slapstick comedy Ihave nurtured and grown to this day.
I’m kind of impressed Robin knew that off the top of her head. While the earliest Looney Tunes cartoons are easy to spot, the way they’ve aired them with about half a century’s worth of cartoons randomly mixed together does make them all sort of blend together unless you really take the time to research it.
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