What-a-mess from the series of children's books written by British comedy writer FrankMuir and illustrated by Joseph Wright. The title character is a disheveled (hence his nickname), accident-prone Afghan Hound puppy, whose real name is Prince Amir of Kinjan.
It was later made into two animated series, both narrated by Frank Muir.
Bimbette From on Tiny Toon Adventures. She is voiced by Kath Soucie.
Her only appearance is in Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation, when she struts by Johnny Pew in the movie theater and asks for his autograph. Even though he is making Fifi wait to get his autograph, having her carry his belongings and treating her poorly, Johnny is completely attracted to Bimbette and immediately gives the pink skunk his autograph. She thanks him and walks off, as a furious Fifi kicks Johnny out of the theater.
Ratchet is the Autobots' Chief Medical Officer. If something's broke, he can fix it. Ratchet is known for his irreverent bedside manner; He loves having a good time, and his party-loving nature has given him a dry wit. He is not a particularly mighty warrior, which sometimes leads him to believe that he is expendable. Optimus Prim has trouble convincing Ratchet that this is far from the truth.
Although he's a healer, Ratchet often finds himself on the front lines of combat and, on occasion, the last hope the Autobots have. These pressures are sometimes too much for him to handle, but Ratchet ultimately never gives up.