Wile E. Coyote fans get their wish when Wile E. catches the Road Runner... - Café with Mario
Monday, May 25, 2015

Wile E. Coyote fans get their wish when Wile E. catches the Road Runner...

This short comedy piece is an amalgamation of several clips.  It must be noted that the content from 1:21 - 2:38 has strong graphic language.  This portion of the piece is uncensored and uninhibited and reminiscent of the raw and heavy style of both George Carlin and "Cheech & Chong".  In addition some viewers may find portions of this section to be politically incorrect.

The introduction and end of the video are taken from the one and only canonical cartoon episode in which Wile E. Coyote actually catches the Road Runner!  The "Soup or Sonic" episode was directed by Chuck Jones and Phil Monroe. The title is an oronym, a play on the terms "supersonic" and 'soup or salad'.  The animated cartoon “Soup or Sonic” first aired on May 21, 1980 as a part of the television special "Bugs Bunny's Bustin' Out All Over" and was one of four new cartoons released. While the Merrie Melodies series opening card was used for the first time, the closing card for this cartoon was the one previously used during the original 1959-1960 season.

The middle, and potentially offensive, portion of the video is from Seth MacFarlane’s "Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy" animated series of “pop culture parodies, hilarious shorts, and superb non-sequiturs”.  Seth MacFarlane is more readily recognized as the creator of Family Guy and the co-creator of American Dad. MacFarlane’s "Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy" was marketed as “smart, raunchy, and twisted humor you can’t see on television no matter how hard you try” because of its uncensored language.  The DVD and Blu-ray editions were released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on January 25, 2010 and held 27 exclusive episodes.  Among the episodes was “Die, Sweet Roadrunner, Die” in which Wile E. Coyote catches the Road Runner and then must face life without his arch nemesis.  A censored version of this episode aired online on February 2010.

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Item Reviewed: Wile E. Coyote fans get their wish when Wile E. catches the Road Runner... Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mario Larach