|Season 2, Episode 19-26|
|Written by||George Atkins, Chris Hayward, Chris Jenkins and Lloyd Turner|
|Directed by||Gerard Baldwin, Pete Burness, Bill Hurtz, Gerry Ray, Bob Schleh, George Singer and Ernie Terrazas|
Metal-Munching Mice is the second story arc from the second season of Rocky and His Friends. It was broadcast on ABC during the 1960/61 television season on Thursdays, concurrently with Upsidaisium on Sundays.
All of America's TV antennas have gone missing. The culprit is an army of 6-foot-tall (1.8 m) robot mice from the moon, led by Boris Badenov. The plan, concocted by Mr. Big, is to get everyone to leave the USA. The heroes find the villains' hideout in a haunted mansion. Surprisingly, Gidney & Cloyd are the ones supplying the mice, believing that "The Big Cheese" is using them for peaceful goals. With no more television, Bullwinkle resorts to playing the ukulele. Oddly enough, the mice are attracted to his horrible playing. An epic musical battle between Bullwinkle and Boris for control of the mice ensues.
- Metal-Munching Mice
- Bullwinkle Bites Back or Nothing but the Tooth
- Knock on Wood or Bullwinkle Takes the Rap
- A Knock for the Rock or The Lamp Is Low
- Window Pains or The Moosetrap
- Doorway to Danger or Doom in the Room
- Boris Makes his Move or The Miceman Cometh
- Big Cheese Boris or I'd Rather be Rat
- The Space Rat or Of Mice and Menace
- The Shot Heard Round the World or The First National Bang
- The Rat-Pack Attacks or Sharrup You Mouse (Boris announces the titles at the end)
- Bucks for Boris or Rocky Pays the Piper
- Fright Flight or A Rocky to the Moon
- Bullwinkle Bellows Again or Moonin' Low
- Bongo Boris or The Hep Rat (the Narrator says The Hep Cat before Boris corrects him and takes a balalaika and sings a short song at the end)
- The Spies of Life or When a Fellow Needs a Fiend
- This episode marks the final appearance of Mr. Big.
- Bucks for Boris or Rocky Pays the Piper is the 100th segment of Rocky and Bullwinkle.