“Never underestimate the power of a shnook.” That was a line by Boris in a commercial. Only R&B had commercials with quotable lines.
I remember it. But IIRC the monster (a transformed horrible boy) sings that as he looks into a mirror and goes “I hate you! I hate you! I hate you like I hate myself!”
I also remember: “Grandmas you can tell afar; they belong to D.A.R.” (Daughters of American Ridinghoods). And baskets full of
What incredible, wonderful wackiness!
Unless it was replaced with Hush-a-Boom.
Are they…friendly spirits?
Hey, that one was on the Rocky and Bullwinkle record I had as a kid, along with Rocky singing “I was born to be airborne” and Mr. Peabody and Sherman visiting Ponce de Leon.
Pottsylvania: where TV shows have 10 minutes or programming and 50 minutes of commercials.
Not too far from what we have today.
Natasha: “I thought you said plan was foolproof.”
Boris: “Foolproof, yes. Idiot-proof, no.”
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Congrats! I’ll have to call my ole Alma-Mother and tell her “Eh, Whassamatta U?”