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|“||We are the members of Do-It-Or-Die! Dee-I, Dee-I, Dee-I! Watch us make Bimbo, as easy as pie! Dee-I, Dee-I, Dee-I! We are, tough you bet! Filled with college pep! Bring him on, we cry! Dee-I, Dee-I, Dee-I! B! I! M! B! O! BIMBO!||„|
|~ Do-It-Or-Die's opening song|
|“||Wanna be a member? Wanna be a member?||„|
|~ The leader's catchphrase|
The Mystic Order of the Koo-Koo-Ma-Hatcha has been interpreted as a reference to groups thought to be secretly running the world, such as the Illuminati and the Freemasons. This claim can be validated by the group's presumed policy that once people find their hideout, then they must either join them or be killed. Their white outfits have also been seen by some as a reference to the Ku Klux Klan. Many people have interpreted the ending scene where the members of the Mystic Order all reveal themselves to be Betty Boop clones to be symbolic of the club successfully driving Bimbo insane with their torture. Another more humorous theory is that after becoming a member, Bimbo was allowed to leave the hideout only occasionally (which is why there were only a few Bimbo cartoons after Bimbo's Initiation) before being transformed into another Betty Boop clone (which would explain why he disappeared altogether from Betty's cartoons.