In one of the rare occurrences in Warner Bros. cartoons, a character is married. Yes, Elmer Fudd (who looks like an infant) has a wife in "Don't Axe Me". Specifically, he and his wife own a farm on which Daffy never misses a chance to eat more than necessary, even snatching Barnyard Dawg's meals. So when the dog learns that the Fudds are having a guest over for dinner, he's determined to make them cook Daffy.
The main interesting point with this cartoon is seeing Elmer as a husband for what is probably the only time in his career. Outside of Pepe Le Pew and Speedy Gonzales, the Looney Tunes were a pretty asexual bunch. Daffy's antics are pretty funny - especially when he removes Elmer's face - but the cartoon seems rather routine for the most part. Still, it's an enjoyable cartoon.
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