The Bullwinkle Show

Season 3 Episode 16

Missouri Mish Mash (24, 25 & 26)

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Missouri Mish Mash (24, 25 & 26)
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Fearless Leader is lying in wait, machine gun at the ready, until he's scrooched into immobility by Cloyd and Gidney. Meanwhile, Boris, disguised as an official Washington greeter escorts our heroes right into the Potomac before making off with the bountiful bowler. No sooner does the baddie Boris pop on the bowler than he discovers that crime really doesn't pay; in disgust, he hurls it out the window and right into the waiting arms of the two moon men. Meanwhile, considering how nuts there are in Congress, nobody, including heroes, seems surprised to learn that the new congressmen from a small town in Missouri is...Rocket J. Squirrel, whose first task is to untangle the furiously feuding Hatful and Floy clans. Rocky's one squirrel who knows how to get all his nuts in order: Cloyd and Gidney return to the moon with their derby, Boris and Natasha are foiled, and, with a little help from a certain moose, Congressman R.J. Squirrel makes his maiden speech.moreless

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    June Foray

    June Foray

    Rocket J. Squrriel/Natasha Fatale

    Recurring Role

    Paul Frees

    Paul Frees

    Boris Badenov/Fearless Leader/Captain Peter Wrongway Peachfuzz/Cloyd the Moonman

    Recurring Role

    Bill Scott

    Bill Scott

    Gidney the Moonman/(uncredited) Bullwinkle J. Moose/Mr. Hector Peabody

    Recurring Role

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      • Rocky: (about a scrooched Fearless Leader) But who's this?
        Boris: He's-He's the president's special guard.
        Rocky: Boy, he sure is well-trained. He doesn't move a muscle.
        Gidney: Not 'til 10:00 anyway.

      • Boris: (after putting on the Kirward Derby) I can see it now.
        Natasha: Go ahead!
        Boris: Being a villain is such a waste of time.
        Natasha: What?!
        Boris: Nobody likes me, not even other villains. If everybody was like me, what a terrible world it would be. A wise thing to do is learn a trade like making apple boxes, raise family, gain respect of neighbors and friends, because, Natasha, crime really doesn't pay and...(takes off hat) Phooey, phooey!
        Natasha: Boris! You're not going to wear Kirward Derby?
        Boris: You sarrit! If that's being smart, you can have it! (throws the Kirward Derby out the window)

      • (After getting the Kirward Derby back from Boris)
        Cloyd: He threw it away, Gidney.
        Gidney: Yep. You see, Cloyd, some people just can't stand being smart.
        Cloyd: How come?
        Gidney: 'Cause they can't admit they were ever dumb.

      • (After getting the Hatfuls and Floys to evacuate their town)
        Bullwinkle: But where will they all wind up, Rock?
        Rocky: Well, I don't know, Bullwinkle, but once they're over the state line, they're somebody else's problem.

      • Gidney: Why so sad, Cloyd?
        Cloyd: We were in six episodes and I only got to scrooch one bad guy.
        Gidney: Cheer up. Maybe we'll find another one.
        Cloyd: How about that one? (spots Boris below them)

      • Narrator: Yes, Boris had been frozen solid by Cloyd's scrooch gun, and what's more, he was standing next to a flag pole. In his frozen position, he appeared to be perpetually saluting the American flag.
        Natasha: And believe me, dahlink, for him, that's a fate worse than death.
        Boris: You sarrit it!

      • Congressman: (about Rocky's speech) Marvelous speech!
        Second Congressman: Best of the year!
        Bullwinkle: But you didn't make your speech, Rock.
        Rocky: Bullwinkle, sometimes you can say the smartest things by keeping your mouth shut.

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