I remember, a long time ago, when Sherlock Hemlock used to get a few minutes of glory once in a while on the show. They actually used to show various muppets in situations where they would be in need of his expertise to solve a problem. They would be ready to give up when, suddenly, the old organ music would start to play, (Lum, da duddle de DU, dum!, Lum, da duddle de DU, dum!, LUM, da duddle de dum, da dum, da DU dum! Duddle de, duddle de, DUM!) Anyone could hear it, and, (especially if it was Ernie with the problem), would usually make a startled comment like "Wait! I hear dective music!" and, when the music stopped, Sherlock would make his grand entrance with his famouse opening line, "EEE, gad! Sherlock Hemlock, here! The world's greatest detective! What seems to be the trouble?" At which point the person(s) would present him with the problem, Sherlock would put together the clues, and, (in most cases), would come up with an answer to their problem that would be a genuine mystery case, usually complete with mystery, plot, culprit, climax, and closure, and, when the case was solved, and the person he had solved it for would try to thank him, he would simply say something like "No need to thank me, I'm just doing my job." Does anyone out there have specific "case" memories thay would like to share?