I’ve been watching Rocky and Bullwinkle reruns off-and-on for most of my life and I’m still mystified by one of the brief transitional scenes played between segments:
Silhouettes of Rocky and Bullwinkle dodge left and right while bolts of lightning carve away the landscape and they eventually fall. Outlines of R&B seems to rise against a brown background, suggesting being buried alive. Then a copse of daisies burst from the ground, along with R&B.
Can someone please explain this to me, or should I just assume Jay Ward was on some goooood shit when he came up with this?