A grinning monkey sitting in a tree dangles a lit firecracker from a fishing pole just over the head of an unwary turtle. Realizing that an explosion is pending, the turtle ducks and takes cover inside his shell just in time to avoid immolation from the explosion. As the scene changes to a picnicking All-American Family, a voice-over explains that in order to survive a nuclear attack, one must duck and cover. Written by
Jason A. Cormier
Did You Know?
When the bomb goes off while Paul and Patty are walking down the street, the people in the background don't duck and cover at the same time. See more
Now we must be ready for a new danger: the atomic bomb.
Referenced in Destroy All Humans!
Bert the Turtle
Written by Leon Carr
and Leo Corday
Performed by Dave Lambert
Arranged by Dave Lambert
(uncredited) See more