Wile E. Coyote flies in a hot air ballon and attempts to hit the Road Runner from above with an anvil. His mission fails because he doesn't understand physics very well. This clip can also illustrate to students what isn't correct about cartoon physics.
In an attempt to harm the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote rolls a boulder in his path. His attempt is unsuccessful and quickly backfires in an unrealistic manner. This clip illustrates a violation of the conservation of energy.
The Coyote is outsmarted again when he tries to catch the Road Runner at the end of a log, which is close to a cliff. The Coyote's added weight takes the log out of static equilibrium and tips it off the cliff.