BJ and the Bear was a show on The TV in the mid- to late-1970's that featured subliminal conservative messages hidden beneath the hilarious antics of a boisterous chimp and the seductively feathered hair of a non-threateningly handsome-ish truck driver. Together, the two made their way across America's highways and into America's hearts.
BJ and the Bear: Their StoryEdit
Subliminal Conservative MessagesEdit
In the show's theme songEdit
- Hey there where ya goin',
- Not exactly knowin'
- Who says you have to call just one place home.
- He's goin' everywhere,
- B.J. McKay and his best friend Bear.
- He just keeps on movin',
- Ladies keep improvin'
- Every day is better than the last.
- New dreams and better scenes,
- And best of all I don't pay property tax.
- Rollin' down to Dallas,
- Who's providin' my palace,
- Off to New Orleans or who knows where.
- Places new and ladies, too,
- I'm B.J. McKay and this is my best friend Bear.</blockquote>