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All Balloons Have Helium : In the "The Great Cold Rush Race", Dastardly inflated an inflatable version of the Mean Machine from inside it to overtake the other cars into first place, but it backfired when Muttley tapped him on the back, inflating Dastardly. In "Whizzin' to Washington", Dastardly uses hypnotics wake park breath to inflate a giant balloon hoping to send the other cars away by popping it.
The balloon floats while Dastardly is inflating it, allowing the cars to pass. All-Stereotype Cast hypnotics wake park Features a couple of stereotypical cavemen, a Red Baron expy, a couple of army stereotypes, a mob of stereotypical gangsters, a supergenius scientist inventor, a lazy hillbilly with a pet bear, a stereotype lumberjack with a pet beaver, The Chick who is a Girly Girl obsessed with her looks, and a Dastardly Whiplash -style villain.
There's also a racer whose main trait magas vérnyomás fokozatú osztályozás being a racer, who serves as this cast's "Normal Guy". The Alleged Car : Ironically, Peter Perfect's Turbo Terrific is possibly the most fragile of the racecars, seeing as it falls in a heap at the slightest provocation. Alliterative Name : Almost everyone and everything has a name that's an alliteration.
Angrish : Muttley tends to grumble incoherently after being at the receiving end of a Dastardly Dope Slap. Artistic License Biology : Muttley has been shown to eat chocolate at least twice on the show. In reality, he would have died between races chocolate contains a chemical that's poisonous to dogs.
Badass Mustache : Dick Dastardly has a nice mustache. Balloonacy : It happens to Dick Dastardly in at least two occasions including his own breath instead of helium. One was intentional and the other wasn't. The Slag Brothers' Bouldermobile is basically a rock on wheels that manages to function the same way as an ordinary car.
Luke drives in the Arkansas Chug-A-Bug, which uses a stove as its power source. Rufus Ruffcut's Buzzwagon is completely made of wood with buzzsaws for wheels. Becoming the Genie : At the end of "The Dipsy Doodle Desert Derby", Dick Dastardly's genie laffs at his latest misfortune and Dastardly says he'd teach the genie to laff if they hypnotics wake park places.
Hypnotics wake park genie then switches places with Dastardly. Behind a Stick : In "Beat the Clock to Yellow Rock", there is a scene hypnotics wake park Dastardly and Muttley hide behind a cactus that is much thinner than both of them. The Big Race : True to the show's title, the series is always about the characters competing in races.
Berserker Tears : Dick Dastardly sobs like a madman at the end of "Race Rally to Raleigh": Dastardly: pissed after losing another race Oh, who wanted to win this old race, anyway? He repeats this exact same line in the ending of the Wacky Races game twice: first once you win using the Mean Machine in the Dick's Revenge Championship, and then again in the outro movie.
Penelope is blinded so severely by the flash that she has to stop driving momentarily.
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Broken Aesop : The infamous ending to the episode "Creepy Trip to Lemon Twist" is this, since it attempts to uphold the show's aesop of "Dick Dastardly never wins, because he cheats" by The short explanation is that Dick Dastardly wins the race by driving ahead first, but then the judges demand a replay. In the replay footage, Dick Dastardly is instead shown in the 4th place and extending his nosecone out with a collapsible spring to cross over the finish line first, which the judges rule is worthy of disqualification.
The problem is, it's not a Dastardly-exclusive trick; Peter Perfect uses the length of his Turbo Terrific to score on several occasions, and Rufus Ruffcut actually won the race in one episode by extending his neck so as to cross the line with his head first.
As the judges didn't have any problem with Peter or Rufus on those occasions, it hypnotics hypnotics wake park park comes off as blatant bias against Dick Dastardly. Dick did have an Oh, Crap!
Then after Penelope Pitstop was ruled the winner, Dick cursed being disqualified and it shows the nose of his car extended. So chalk up the "live" finish as a case of Lazy Artist. Catchphrase : "Drat and double drat! The Latin American Spanish dub has "¡Caracoles! Chronic Backstabbing Disorder : Muttley, most notably in "Race to Racine", where he's supposed to sabotage the Ant Hill Mob from within, but ends up sabotaging Dastardly. Cheaters Never Prosper : Played with.
Almost everyone on the show cheats to some extent. However, Dastardly, who is outright malicious about it and deliberately tries to sabotage the other racers, does not prosper. Afterward, Dick Dastardly assumes the character of a circus ringmaster and has the mob perform a dangerous high dive. In the Gold Key issues, the cars are shown running from left to right, whereas they go right to left on the TV show.
Also, a running gag on some stories loosely adapted from TV episodes has Penelope Pitstop managing to eliminate Peter Perfect and Red Max by getting them to fight over her. Peter's car in hypnotics wake park Gold Key series was called the Varoom Roadster its working name and the Ant Hill Mob's car was the Roaring Plenty identified in the show as such once.
The issue's second story—"Free Wheeling To Wheeling"—was an original story even though "Wheeling" was a TV episode with a different storyline.
Similarly, "Raleigh" was a TV episode with a different storyline as well. The hypnotics wake park story was an original, "Follow Through to Yoo-Hoo. Or Bust! Penelope wins by using a giant powder puff to push Dastardly out of the way. Hanna-Barbera Fun-In 5 featured a one-pager of Dastardly winning a race. He pushes the out-of-gas Mean Machine across the finish line after Muttley bails on him.
Contemporary Caveman : The Slag Brothers are a pair of hairy cavemen who have somehow made it to modern times. Their design was recycled for Captain Caveman except there was only one of him. Cool Car : All eleven of the racers have impressive cars. Deliberately Jumping the Gun : There is often a racer, usually Dick Dastardly of course either starting the race before the opening shot or trying to do so.
Dick: It's the racer's edge, you know! In many cases, Dick Dastardly might actually win a race if he wasn't so insistent on setting traps to sabotage the other racers which always end up backfiring on him. In hypnotics wake park episodes it could be argued that he got that all-important lead not by having the fastest car or sabotaging the other racers, but by taking a short cut on the non-linear route.
He'd technically still be in last place, but could place his traps ahead of all the other cars. When they were out of the race, he could return via his shortcut and drive the route properly.
Right, boss? Clyde: Wrong!! Unless we lighten the load, you dum-dum! There goes our ill-gotten gains! The unaired pilot for the revival Wacky Races Forever makes it a certainty. Dastardly presumably the son of the original is instructed by a figure in the employ hypnotics wake park Peter Perfect whose son Parker is racing to just win the race, and he's a yard shy of the finish line, which Muttley points out. Dastardly bonks him on the head and firmly states, "No, Muttley, we can't win fairly.
We are villains He's got a sizable lead But, nooooo One episode features a genie who has to grant Dastardly's wishes. Instead of merely wishing for a victory, he keeps trying to use the wishes to get rid of the other racers. Dudley Do-Right Stops to Help : Peter Perfect often stops to do a good deed or help someone in need in almost every episode.
This cost him the race hypnotics wake park least once as he screeched to a halt just before the finish line to avoid running over a cat that had wandered onto the track. Did earn him a new cat, though. Also, Professor Pat Pending frequently stops and uses his car's inventions to help others. Dope Slap : Dick often slaps Muttley whenever he hypnotics wake park something dumb. Drives Like Crazy : They're called wacky racers for a reason.
Luke sleeping behind the wheel and Penelope doing her make-up or even showering while racing are some of the milder stunts they pull. Elongating Arm Gag : On at least one occasion, Dastardly has stretched his arm to abnormal lengths to hit Muttley for snickering at him. They win the race as a result.
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Even Evil Has Standards : In "Scout Scatter", the Ant Hill Mob didn't hesitate before risking themselves to save a boy scout from a waterfall even if it meant increasing the chances the sheriff would catch up with them. They escaped. Toyed with. In the comic book story "The Scavenger Scramble," the last item on the racers' list is a parking ticket.
Dick Dastardly parks the Mean Machine at the red curb in front of a police station, but the police coming out seem more interested in Dastardly's Cool Car than in enforcing any traffic laws. Dastardly loses his cool and demands a parking ticket. Expy : Dick Dastardly is based on the character of Professor Fate from the film The Great Race, although his visual appearance is based on the British comedic villain actor Terry-Thomas. Eyebrow Waggle : Muttley. Dick Dastardly does this at the end of "See Saw To Arkansas" when he stops his car just short of the finish line so he can pose for the photo finish.
Failure Is the Only Option : Dick Dastardly's car is much, much faster than the other racers, and would win if he followed the rules. Hypnotics wake park, he cheats and fails every time at it, and loses, often coming to a stop right hypnotics wake park the finish line to watch everyone hypnotics wake park pass it. The Fool : If you drove a car by reclining, sleeping and steering with your feet, you would drive about a hundred yards or so before crashing into something.
Luke, however, does not need to worry about that. Although Blubber Bear does plenty of worrying for him. Four-Fingered Hands : There is a mix of four-fingered and five-fingered hands. Most of the characters have four fingers while others switched between four and five. Penelope consistently has five fingers due to her relatively realistic design.
Fragile Speedster : While Dastardly's Mean Machine is the fastest of the racers, it balances this out with its apparently poor structural integrity. Expect it to get wrecked at least Once per Episode. Gadgeteer Genius : Pat Pending is a genius inventor who drives the Convert-A-Car, a vehicle that can turn into anything that can give him an advantage in the race.
Generation Xerox : In the Wacky Races Forever pilot, Peter and Penelope's children, Parker and Piper, are racing in vehicles strongly resembling those of their parents. Genie in a Bottle : In one episode, Dick Dastardly finds a bottle with a genie and becomes the genie's master.
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Gratuitous French : "Pierre Nodoyuna" Dick Dastardly in the Latin-American Spanish dub occasionally uses various French words and phrases such as "monsieur" and "mon ami". Gravity Is a Harsh Mistress : in an extreme example of Gravitational Cognizance, the Army Surplus Special drives of a cliff, but cannot fall until Sergeant Blast has completed a detailed mathematical analysis which concludes that a tank cannot be supported by thin air.
Greek Chorus : The race announcer acted as one of these. Half-Witted Hillbilly : In one episode, Dick Dastardly encounters one of these hillbillies, who has such a short attention span that he doesn't resist when Dick yanks off his hat and beard for a hypnotics wake park disguise.
At the time and in the implication of the dialogue it was a crank health fad, but nowadays it has differently funny implications when you see a young woman flick a switch on her dashboard marked "VIBRATOR". While his cheats always backfire, if he actually stopped cheating the episode would end in one minute at most. Honour Before Reason : Peter Perfect tends to help out anyone who's been sabotaged. Especially Penelope. He even helps Dastardly in "The Super Silly Swamp Sprint," albeit after pulling him and Muttley out hypnotics wake park the alligator-filled swamp, Peter throws them and their car in the back of the pack after which they are catapulted from a tree into the front.
Idiot Ball : Everyone would make an uncharacteristically stupid decision every now and then, especially if it would get a laugh. Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain : Dick Dastardly is technically the bad guy of the cartoon, but all he does is unsuccessfully try to win the race by cheating, and quite a few of his failures are hard not to pity.
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Dick: I resent that remark. Narrator: But do you deny it? Dick: No, I just resent it! The characters often respond to the narrator's statements. He tried to do that in "Whizzin' to Washington. Kite Riding : In "Beat the Clock to Yellow Rock", a ranger at Yellowrock Park stops each visiting car to check for bears that hide in them to try to sneak out into the city. When Dick Dastardly finds out about this, he tricks the ranger into thinking that Blubber Bear, Lazy Luke's sidekick, is one of the park's bears, despite Luke trying to tell him otherwise.
To get Blubber out of the park without the ranger noticing him, Luke ties one end of a rope to the Hypnotics wake park Chug-a-bug hypnotics wake park the other end around Blubber while the latter holds a kite. As Luke pulls Blubber along, Blubber stays in the air just long enough to avoid being noticed by the hypnotics wake park. Lantern Jaw of Justice : Peter Perfect is a good guy with a large chin.
Leitmotif : Dick Dastardly had a very prominent theme, which played in pretty much every episode whenever he pulled a trick on the other racers. Penelope Pitstop also had a far less played motif as well.
Limited Wardrobe : Everyone wears the same clothes all the time. Literal-Minded : Numerous examples in the interest of wordplay. Blast told Pvt. Meekley to "head for that finish line, and step on hypnotics wake park, Meekley hurried to the finish line on foot and planted his foot firmly on the line. He then had to watch as Red Max, the Slag Brothers, and Lazy Luke and Blubber crossed the line in their cars and took the top three spots.
Muttley was also prone to this from time to time; when Dick Dastardly is trapped on the spray from a whale's blowhole in "Eeny Miney, Missouri Go! Loads and Loads of Characters : The series has a total of 23 characters. The net result is their name being more 'plausible' in Portuguese than in English.