Wile E. Coyote suspends his chase with the Road Runner to explain to two young boys watching him on TV why he wants to catch the speedy bird.

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Wile E. Coyote suspends his chase with the Road Runner to explain to two young boys watching him on TV why he wants to catch the speedy bird.

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The title is based on the English expression "Hip Hip Hooray" which is the traditional response to "Three cheers for...". See more »

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He talks
25 April 2004 | by (The Hague, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I can understand why fans will not like this Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote cartoon, since the Coyote talks. He normally only does this in the Bugs Bunny cartoons and therefore it doesn't really belong to the other cartoons from the series. Still, I think it is very good. Every question you could ever have about the series is answered, I think.

The cartoon is sort of interrupted by two young boys who talk in front of the television while watching the cartoon we see as well. One of them feels sorry for the Coyote and thinks he should catch the Road Runner for a change. The other boys says that it would mean the end of the series and he is right. Why the Coyote always want to eat the Road Runner is also answered. He himself explains that, talking, to the viewer and I can understand if you don't like it, but I had a great time.


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