Wile E. Coyote’s ploys to stop and catch the Road Runner with a tennis net, dynamite suspended on a rope, and a bomb which the helium-inflated Wile E. tries to drop from high altitude, are all complete failures. Aboriginal Americans are frequent figures in week 10: the attack on Fort Lariat in “Horse Hare”, Bugs’ sale of Manhattan to the Indians in “Rebel Rabbit”, Wile E.’s rain dance in “Run, Run Sweet Road Runner”, and Henery Hawk’s “Injun” costume in “The EGGcited Rooster”. The cartoons included in the seventh week of Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends were “Wild and Woolly Hare”, “Bell Hoppy”, and “Rocket Squad” of Show 31; “Quack Shot”, “Captain Hareblower”, and “The Leghorn Blows at Midnight” of Show 32; “Tom Tom Tomcat”, “Whoa, Be-Gone!”, and “The Hasty Hare” of Show 33; “The Prize Pest”, “Bewitched Bunny”, and “The Mouse That Jack Built” of Show 34; and “Cracked Quack”, “Roman Legion-Hare”, and “Kiddin’ the Kitten” of Show 35. Week 7’s proximity to Halloween accounts for the presence in its instalments of “Bewitched Bunny” (Witch Hazel’s connection to the night of ghouls is obvious), “The Prize Pest” (Daffy’s Jekyll-and-Hyde act and Porky’s ghastly costume), the every-mouse’s-nightmare scenario of “The Mouse that Jack Built”, and Bugs’ assumption that Marvin Martian and K-9 are trick-or-treaters in “The Hasty Hare”.

Bugs Bunny cartoons in the fifth week of Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends. It is interesting that the first two Tweety cartoons on Merrie Melodies, “Tweet and Sour” (Show 3) and “Putty Tat Trouble” (Show 15), contest Sylvester with a one-eyed, orange tabby for possession of the “itty birdie”, and “Putty Tat Trouble” and the next Tweety cartoon on the show, “Snow Business” (Show 25), are winter-timed and contain scenes in which Sylvester uses a long-neck ashtray to extinguish his smoking tail. Nearly all of the Road Runner cartoons directed by Rudy Larriva, including “Boulder Wham!”, “Shot and Bothered”, and “Clippety Clobbered”, were in the Merrie Melodies: Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends cartoon package. Week 6’s instalments were as follows: Show 26 with “Ballot Box Bunny”, “Boulder Wham!”, and “Gone Batty”; Show 27 with “Riff Raffy Daffy”, “Apes of Wrath”, and “Dime to Retire”; Show 28 with “Strangled Eggs”, “A Fox in a Fix”, and “Person to Bunny”; Show 29 with “Baby Buggy Bunny”, “Out and Out Rout”, and “Pappy’s Puppy”; and Show 30 with “A Bear For Punishment”, “Porky’s Pooch”, and “This is a Life?”. Also pertinent in this regard is the Luigi’s Diner coin-tossing scene of “Early to Bet” in Show 47. Sylvester is hospitalised and medicated in “Greedy For Tweety”, and the Goofy Gophers’ “psychological wearing-down process” results in the barnyard dog’s swallowing of “E-Z Doze It” sleeping pills.

45 Bugs is jailed- but not for long- by Sing Song Prison guard (Yosemite) Sam Schultz; a disturbance in a cosmic force results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth parents, while an Earthling infant starts its born days on Mars; and Porky and Daffy are inhabitants of books that come to life by night in “Ye Book Shoppe”. 61 Yosemite Sam tries to exploit, entirely for his own gain, Bugs’ ability to sense the presence underfoot of gold. A wildcat released by Ralph Wolf from a box near to Sam Sheepdog in “Don’t Give Up the Sheep” accords with Sylvester’s encounter with the untamed lion in “Tweet Zoo”. 41 Yankee bunny Bugs is blocked for a time from reaping the record carrot crop in Alabama by ornery Confederate soldier Yosemite Sam, who guards the Mason-Dixon Line 90 years after the end of the American Civil War. 34 Halloween show consists of Daffy’s Jekyll-and Hyde split personality ploy to frighten his grudging house host Porky into providing for Daffy’s every whim for fear of evoking Daffy’s monstrous alter-ego, Bugs’ battle against Witch Hazel, who wants to cannibalise Hansel and Gretel, and Jack Benny’s dream that he and Mary Livingstone are mice lured into the maw of a cat that is disguised as the Kit-Kat Club where mouse Benny aims to play his violin.

A carrot dangling on a string, from a fishing rod in two cases, is used to catch Bugs in “Broom-Stick Bunny” and in week 5’s “Spaced-Out Bunny” (Show 22) and “Rabbit Romeo” (Show 23). In “Zoom at the Top”, Wile E. Coyote attempts and fails to bear-trap the Road Runner, and a multiple amount of the same device is utilised by un-expectant father Daffy with intent of preventing a “sloshed” stork’s delivery in “Stork Naked”. Bugs is not attracted to the female Slobovian rabbit that Elmer Fudd is trying to please, Daffy hunts for fur in the Klondike and believes that Bugs’ pelt will be sufficient, and Bugs tells the story of Steve Brody, jumper from the Brooklyn Bridge. Bugs as the centre of attention. Porky is a player of a pipe in “Paying the Piper”, and Bugs meets bagpiper Angus McCrory in “My Bunny Lies Over the Sea”. With innovative selections and the most cutting-edge technology, Mohegan Sun keeps your gaming experience fun and fresh! While physical slot machines had been legal only in state-sanctioned casinos, by 2013 some local governments within the state of Illinois had allowed bars and restaurants within their jurisdictions to offer slot machines and other electronic gaming machines to their patrons.

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