The Bullwinkle Show (1960–1963)
Bullwinkle: Eenie meenie chili beanie, the spirits are about to speak.
Rocky: Bullwinkle, I'm worried.
Bullwinkle: Ratings down in the show again?
Bullwinkle: That's odd.
Rocky: I'm worried because there have already been two attempts on your life.
Bullwinkle: Oh, don't worry. We will be renewed.
Rocky: I'm not talking about the Bullwinkle Show.
Bullwinkle: You had better; we could use the publicity.
Boris: [trying to trick Rocky and Bullwinkle] I am part of one of the biggest advertising company's in the country. Dancer, Prancer, Blitzen, and Fink.
Bullwinkle: Yeah, I have heard of those first three fellows, but who is Fink?
Boris: I am Fink.
Natasha: You can say that again, dahling.
Rocky: Bullwinkle, do you know what an A-Bomb is?
Bullwinkle: Sure, a bomb is what some people call our show.
Rocky: I don't think that's very funny.
Bullwinkle: Neither do they, apparently.
Bullwinkle: You just leave it to my pal Rock. He's the brains of the outfit.
General: And what does that make you?
Bullwinkle: What else? The executive.
Boris Badenov: Phooey! Foiled again!
Natasha Fatale: Don't you mean, "Curses! Foiled again!"?
Boris Badenov: Please, Natasha. This is kiddie show.
Bullwinkle: Got the wrong script from the teleprompter. As you know this is really the Humphley/Brinley report. No no. The Bullwinkle Show. And I am your moose-ster of ceremonies for the next half-hour: Bullwinkle his-self. As if you couldn't tell. I mean what other show has a host who sings, dances, recites poetry and has antlers? Well, on this network anyway...
["Bullwinkle's Corner" does "Tom, Tom the Piper's Son" as a "Dragnet" spoof. Bullwinkle, as Tom, is arrested for stealing a pig. At the police station, he is grilled under a hot light by two police detectives who speak in quick "Dragnet"-style dialogue]
Police Officer #1: D'you know it's a felony to pack a pig over a state line?
Police Officer #2: Pig-napping!
Bullwinkle: But, it's a pig in a poem!
Police Officer #1: Oh, a pig in a poke, huh?
Bullwinkle: Not "poke." "Poem." Pig in a poem!
Police Officer #2: Pig poem?
Bullwinkle: [Measuring with his hands] Not so pig, just about...
Police Officer #1: You makin' fun of the way we talk?
Bullwinkle: [Frustrated] No, but it's *catchin'!*
Police Officer #2: [Writing on a notepad] Name?
Bullwinkle: I'm Tom, Tom the Piper's Son!
Police Officer #1: [Holds up the pig] All right, Piper's Son. What were you gonna do with the pig?
Bullwinkle: Well, the poem says, "The pig was eat." But...
Police Officer #2: Gonna eat it, huh?
Police Officer #1: On a platter?
Police Officer #2: Apple in it's mouth, like that?
Bullwinkle: [angry] Certainly not!
Police Officer #1: All right, Piper's Son, you can go. But don't leave town.
Bullwinkle: Thanks! Can I have my pig back?
Police Officer #2: No. Evidence.
Bullwinkle: [Moves toward the door] Darn!
Police Officer #1: One more thing, Piper's Son.
Bullwinkle: What's that?
Police Officer #1: [Holds up the pig, smiling] You got an apple on you?
[Bullwinkle looks dizzy. The "Dragnet" theme plays: 'Dum de dum dum!']
Bullwinkle: [Last lines in last episode of series] Well, the old place is back to sub-normal, Rock?
[while fishing from a boat with Rocky near Moosylvania]
Rocky: Yeah and we-
[interrupted by sound of gunshot]
Rocky: Hey, was that a shot?
Bullwinkle: Heck, no, Rock.
Rocky: Well, it sounded like a shot.
Rocky: Then, what was it?
Bullwinkle: That was, "The End."
["The End" appears in the sky above their boat]
The Announcer: By George, he's got it! It is "The End." But watch for another episode soon of "Rocky and Bullwinkle."
Bullwinkle: It may be a little hard to find, but don't give up.
Rocky: We're not!
Natasha Fatale: Boris, is Moose you said you killed in previous episode?
Boris Badenov: Look, it's his show. If he wants to be hard to kill, let him.
Rocky: Bullwinkle, it says here that for you to inherit the fortune, you have to spend the weekend in the ancestral home, Abominable Manor.
Bullwinkle: That's no problem. I've been living in an abominable manner all my life.
Rocket J. Squirrel: And now, here to tell you everything about anything is Mr. Know-It-All.
Old woman: I'm not really a wicked fairy. I'm just wicked.
Mr. Peabody: I smell foul play, Sherman.
The Announcer: Well, you're just in time for what might be a very unhappy ending.
[lead-in to many commercials]
Rocky: Look, Bulliwinkle, a message in a bottle.
Bullwinkle: Fan mail from a flounder?
Rocky: This is what I really call a message.
Rocky: And now, here's something we hope you'll really like.
[Bulwinkle has been captured by government agents]
Rocky: Hey, what's the meaning of this?
Agent: Military intelligence. That phrase mean anything to you?
Rocky: It sounds like a contradiction of terms.
Boris Badenov: Ah, it good to be back on campus.
Natasha Fatale: Boris, you went to college? Penn State?
Boris Badenov: No, state pen.
Rocky: For all of you who want to be tigers in the field of journalism, here's Mr. Know-It-All.
Bullwinkle: Hello, copycats.
Rocky: Bullwinkle, did you forget the plot again?
Bullwinkle: In a word, you said it.
Rocky: That's three words.
Bullwinkle: I'm a heavy tipper.
Rocky: Are you getting sea sick, Bullwinkle?
Bullwinkle: No, I always turn green this time of year.
Rocky: Well if you think this is bad?
Rocky: Just wait till we cast off.
Rocky: [recognizing Boris's voice] That voice. Where have I heard that voice before?
Bullwinkle: In about 365 other episodes. But I don't know who it is, either.
Natasha: Boris, how are we going to steal car from moose and squirrel?
Boris: Easy, we are going into the used car business.
Natasha: On purpose?
Boris Badenov: You busy-bodies have busied your last body.
Bullwinkle: [explaining the components of a stereo system] This is the amplifier, which amplifies the sound. And this is the preamplifier, which, of course, amplifies the pree.
[an incident causes all the main characters to become lost at sea. There is nobody left on the screen]
Fish #1: There's something you don't see every day.
Fish #2: What's that?
Fish #1: A TV show where all they show you is a picture of rocks.
Fish #2: Well, c'mon. It *is* called "The Rocky Show".
Edgar: That's something you don't see every day, Chauncey.
Chauncey: What's that, Edgar?
Rocky: A thousand dollars to get to Frostbite Falls?
Bullwinkle: You can buy the place for eight dollars cash.
Bullwinkle: But here, cleverly disguised as a bomb, is a bomb.
Dudley Do-Right: Stop, Snidely Whiplash, in the name of the law.
[Rocky and Bullwinkle have brought an old model ship to an antique dealer]
Rocky: Bullwinkle, this ship is covered in rubies and look what's written on the side! O-Mar Khay-yam. Bullwinkle, do you know what this is?
Bullwinkle: Well, if you're waiting on me to say it, I won't.
Antique Dealer: Me neither.
Rocky: OK, then this must be
Rocky: "The Ruby Yacht of Omar Khayyam".
Bullwinkle, Antique Dealer: OOOOH!
Bullwinkle: Today's lesson is how to be a lion tamer and pick up a little scratch... on the side... of your head.
Mr. Hector Peabody: Sherman, that is your 1,000th fortune cookie. Do you want to spoil your dinner?
Rocky: It's Bullwinkle!
Captain Peter "Wrongway" Peachfuzz: Or a figment of somebody's imagination.
Rocky: Figure of who's imagination?
Bullwinkle: Who you calling a Fig Newton?
Bullwinkle: I'd like to apply for a job as an usher?
Boris: What experience have you had?
Bullwinkle: I've been in the dark for most of my life.