Kabbage - 2013-07-14 Yeah this always completely baffled me too.
cognitivedissonance - 2013-07-14 Bullwinkle and Rocky are devoured by the earth during an earthquake. They seem dead, but they pass up through the soil, to burst forth with the daisies, their troubles transmuted to joy.
It's a metaphor for the fundamental storytelling process.
B. Weed - 2013-07-14 It's not just you, Kabbage. I also found it vaguely creepy (though not actually nightmare-inducing like certain Muppet Show sketches).
Chocolate Jesus - 2013-07-14 Early childhood in the sticks, this was the only cartoon that came through.
boner - 2013-07-14 You could have done a lot worse.
giygusattack - 2013-07-14 I was lucky enough to get some Adam West Batman when the weather was right.
Bort - 2013-07-14 It's a surreptitious Buddhist teaching: life reaches its tumultuous end, but the spirit journeys on and reincarnates into a new form.
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-07-14 I've always loved this. Rocky and Bullwinkle is still funny as an adult too.