Cartoon featuring, amongst other things, a flying squirrel named Rocket J. Squirrel, a moose named Bullwinkle Moose, and two Russian spies, Boris Badenov and Natasha Nogoodnik. Also had Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Aesop and son, Dudley Do-Right, and others.

Natasha Fatale is the name of the female spy from Jay Ward Productions' animated Rocky and His Friends and The Bullwinkle Show. Natasha affectionately calls Boris a nogoodnik, especially when he comes up with one of his dastardly and disastrous plans to destroy "Moose and Squirrel". June Foray voiced both Rocky and Natasha.

Incidentally, Jay Ward wrote the script to the movie version The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, in addition to the live action Dudley Do-Right and Boris and Natasha.

These are the names of two used car dealerships in Westminster, CO.

Rocky’s is to used car dealerships as Microsoft is to operating systems; almost complete saturation of the market. Some enterprising car dealers thought it creative and cute to play on this and named their dealership Bullwinkle’s, which is directly across the street from Rocky’s. This is a little strange as Rocky’s is much larger than Bullwinkle’s, not true in the cartoon.

They should all be shot.

Desired, yet improbable poetic justice: Jay Ward and Bill Scott are resurrected and they do an episode Peabody’s Improbable History where the proprietors Rocky’s and Bullwinkle’s crappy dealerships are put in the Wayback Machine and left in Ancient Egypt.

As an aside, RockyRocky’s is involved in one of the most annoying mudslinging advertising battles with their major competition.

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