BJ And The Bear

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"Thank you, BJ and the Bear. Without you, I could not have been The Only President Greater Than "W"."
~ Ronald Reagan's Ghost
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BJ and Bear helped usher in the era of Goldwater Conservativism in whose glory America still basks. America thanks you, alliterative truck-driving heroes!

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>
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Who could resist the subliminal conservative messages of those adorable simian features?

In the show's plotlinesEdit

In Greg Evigan's HairEdit

Impact of BJ and the Bear on the 1980 Presidential ElectionEdit


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