Rocko is a wallaby who has emmigrated to America from Australia. He lives in O Town and tries to get through life but, of course, comes across a multitude of dilemmas and misadventures he must get through. Other characters include Rocko's best friend, Heffer, a steer who has been raised by wolves, Filbert, an easily upset turtle, and Ed Bighead who detests Rocko and hates having him for a next door neighbor. On this show, Rocko has such adventures as trying to adapt to a new vacuum cleaner, having Heffer move in temporarily after his parents kick him out, and going to a movie theater.
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Jobs held by the main five characters:
- Rocko: Mostly as a comic store employee, but has also spent time as a runway underwear model, a plumber's assistant, a "specialty-phone-operator" (phone sex operator), and an animator.
- Filbert: It was established in one episode that the turtle is a professional photographer. He has also spent time as a lounge singer, a clerk for the DMV and an animator.
- Heffer: Has had the most jobs including security guard, golf course greens-keeper, coffee shop barista, animator, and Chewey Chicken employee.
- Mr. Bighead: Works for Conglomo as an executive in many departments.
Mrs. Bighead: Is a housewife who spent a week as a Conglomo top executive. See more
When Mr. Dupette appears for the first time, he is Rocko's boss as Super-Lot-O-Comics. In all subsequent episodes he works for Conglom-o. See more
[Ed Bighead walks into his home. Rocko has no shirt on. Bev is handing him a bit of cash. She sees him, and plants a *large* smooch on him. Rocko steps back
Uh, er... Mr. Bighead! It's not what you think! I was just
... um, and she...
[Rocko begins falling apart, like a Jenga game
You saw my wife in her bath robe?
Isn't it awful?
The episode "The Good, the Bad, and the Wallaby" originally contained a scene where Heffer was hooked up to a milking machine, as well as a follow-up scene in which Heffer says goodbye to the milking machine. Both scenes were cut in later re-runs. See more
Referenced in The D-Pad: 5 Days a Stranger
Composed by Sarah Frost
(as Sarah Frost-Goetz)
Performed by The B-52's See more