Lazy Jay Ranch (4, 5 & 6)

The Bullwinkle Show: Season 3: Episode 4

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Lazy Jay Ranch (4, 5 & 6)

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Syndicated | Other | Air Date: October 15, 1961
Summary: They don't raise cows at the Lazy Jay, nope, or steers, or sheep, or chinchillas or horses neither, partner. When the bespectacled eponymous former owner whispers what they do raise to our two heroes, they both faint dead away, for the Lazy Jay is a worm ranch. But they get over it, and a pogoing Rocky and Bullwinkle are soon rounding upThey don't raise cows at the Lazy Jay, nope, or steers, or sheep, or chinchillas or horses neither, partner. When the bespectacled eponymous former owner whispers what they do raise to our two heroes, they both faint dead away, for the Lazy Jay is a worm ranch. But they get over it, and a pogoing Rocky and Bullwinkle are soon rounding up the worm herd, watched surreptitiously by a sinister figure in a cowboy hat and kilts-that vaguely familiar-looking Scottish cowboy, Black Angus. Ever optimistic, Rocky decides to make a going concern out of the Lazy Jay by selling the rocks he's clearing away from the North Forty, but the pile just keeps getting bigger and bigger until he hits on an idea of putting a WARNING: DO NOT TAKE ROCKS sign up. All the rocks are promptly stolen by Boris and Natasha, who proceed to set a huge boulder rolling in the direction of hapless Squaws Ankle. The huge boulder crashes into the Squaws Ankle assay office, which just happens to be where Boris and Natasha have taken shelter. Assaying the debris of the boulder, Boris is moved to perform an impromptu assay with his handy Stolen Metals Analyzer, and he discovers that the Lazy Jay Ranch contains a fortune in practically every known precious metal, from gold to molybdenum. Meanwhile, Rocky and Bullwinkle are finishing up the spring worm roundup (all that branding is the tough part). Expand
Genre(s): Comedy, Animation, Kids
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