Hi all - I know many of us here are also Electric Company fans, so I wanted to let you know about an Electric Company special airing soon on PBS! It's called "The Electric Company's greatest hits and bits." It's airing in my area on Sunday the 26th. Just as a warning, it looks like it will be on during "pledge time" with a few pledge breaks during the show. Below is a description of the show from a web page: The Electric Company, a mainstay of children's television during its six-year run from 1971-1977, helped a generation of America's children learn that education could be fun. The Electric Company's Greatest Hits and Bits is a clip-filled celebration featuring the series' most popular segments, such as "The Adventures of Letterman," "Count Dracula," "The Director," "J Arthur Crank" and "Fargo North, Decoder. " The special will also feature interviews with some of the series stars such as Rita Moreno, Bill Cosby, Irene Cara, Morgan Freeman and voice-over participants such as Mel Brooks, Joan Rivers, Gene Wilder, along with show creator Joan Ganz Cooney. This retrospective is a fond look back at a series that was both fun and educational for the Gen-Xers who loved it as children. You'll need to check your local listings to see when (and if) it is airing in your area. It sounds like fun & I look forward to seeing it!