That's a CLASSIC, and do you know what I mean with this word? Wow...unique!
Matthew, you do a pretty good pepe impression. Maybe you should give Warner's a call on that.I think Greg Burson (who voiced him in Carrotblanca) has done the best Pepe after Mel.
I remember seeing this one a lot on Nickelodeon (along with other Pepe Le Pew cartoons that network TV didn't seem to air [save for Heaven Scent and Odor of the Day--and maybe For Scentimental Reasons, but only if two of the three suicide references were edited], like Wild Over You [which I *really* think you should do commentary on] and The Cat's Bah) and it wasn't until years later that I found out this was the last Pepe cartoon (which I think is odd, considering that Odor-able Kitty ended with Pepe Le Pew revealing that he had a wife and kids, and it would have been more appropriate to end it that way in 1962), which made me kind of sad, since due to our PC ways and the death of all the major WB players, there'll never be another Pepe cartoon like the ones between 1945 and 1962.
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