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Episodes where you could totally feel for a charachter

Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by BooberFraggless, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. BooberFraggless

    BooberFraggless New Member

    Were there ever any moments on Fraggle Rock when you could just totally feel for one of the Fraggles or charachters, because you had been through a similar situation in your life before? These are some times I could feel for a charachter

    Wembley in The 30 minute work week. I know how it feels to be in between jobs while everyone else has found their place in the world, and people are on your back to find a job.

    Wrench Doozer in Doozer is as Doozer does. I remember when I was in High School, feeling the same kind of peer pressure to drink, and doing it to go along with the crowd, and getting sick just like Wrench did from "Flooping"

    Gobo in Gobo's Discovery: I have felt just like Gobo did in this episode. Being confused about who I am and what my purpose is. When he sings that song "Once upon a time I knew my name" I can totally understand the meaning of it, and I know exactly how Gobo feels when he's singing it.
  2. zeldazipple

    zeldazipple New Member

    The one I could relate to was Change Of Address where Ned had to move to the desert and Doc thought he was goign to loose his best friend. And Gobo said to him as he held onto Doc's hand. " Don't worry I'm sure things are going to be allright. " And well he kind of reminded me of myself always being there for someome who needs a shoulder to cry on so to speak.
  3. janicegroupie

    janicegroupie New Member

    I have always been able to relate to Red in I Want to be You. There have definitly been points in my life where I felt like there was nothing special about me and really wanted to change and be someone else. I can really feel for her in the song Dreaming of Someone. I've been there.
  4. IluvGobo

    IluvGobo New Member

    For me, it's Wembley in 'Gone But Not Forgotten.' I know how hard it is to loose a friend.:cry:
  5. Giar Fraggle

    Giar Fraggle Member

    Funny, I have empathized for every one of the Fraggle Five. Does that make me crazy? Probably.

    Gobo: Gobo's Discovery. I probably shouldn't be admitting this willy-nilly, but at this time in my life I really feel the way he did in this one, especially the lyrics for Once Upon a Time (I Knew My Name). That song has been running through my head for days now.

    Red: The Garden Plot. Specifically, the song Afraid to be Afraid. "Why am I afraid to cry? And why am I so proud?" This is one aspect of Red's personality that I can really identify with--being extremely hesitant to show what I construe as weakness, which includes crying.

    Mokey: Mokey's Funeral. I know how it feels when you feel like nobody appreciates your work. (On a more whimsical note, I also know how it feels to be so caught up in one's silly fantasies that one does not realize the negative repercussions of the dreamt-of scenarios.)

    Wembley: We Love You, Wembley. Especially the song Help Me For a Change. I can still remember vividly a lesson we had in third grade about there being three types of people: passive, assertive, and aggressive, and realizing that I was passive, and to this day I'm still often too busy helping others to do what I want to do for a change.

    Boober: I Don't Care. Unlike the other three, my empathy in this one is not based so much upon my own experiences, but only because Boober is one of my favorites and it seems to me that he is such an overlooked character that at times I really feel sorry for him and would like to give him a big hug and make him lunch. "Why not let Boober be the doormat? You can walk all over Boober! You can spill blueberry juice on his blanket!" That line just broke my heart. *pats Boober plushie*
  6. MrsWembly

    MrsWembly New Member

  7. MrsWembly

    MrsWembly New Member

    That is me too. I think that episode is why I identified with Wembley so much as a child...and still do :smirk:
  8. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Who was the friend you lost?
  9. Dominicboo1

    Dominicboo1 Well-Known Member

    Definetly Wembley in Gone but not Forgotten, I lost my grandmother and I still miss her as much as Wembley missed Mudwell. :cry:
  10. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Oh I'm sorry you lost your grandmother!
  11. Dominicboo1

    Dominicboo1 Well-Known Member

    Thanks Collgoff she was very funny a lot like Mudwell Mudbunny.
  12. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Your welcome and do know how you feel.
    Well when I was a kid Ihad a pet blue parakeet and his name was Peckey.
    I took good care of him like giving food and water.
    But then one day I saw him lieing down on the floor of his cage I didn't know he was gone so me and my parents bareied him right the tree in backyard.
  13. Dominicboo1

    Dominicboo1 Well-Known Member

    That's awful. I had a dog that had to be put to sleep last year. But then we got a new dog at the shelter. It couldn't replace my old dog, but I still love him. I think it's best to remember the funny things your deceased love ones did.
    :sympathy:
  14. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    I know it was awful! But what was your old dog's name?
  15. Dominicboo1

    Dominicboo1 Well-Known Member

    Believe or not it was Rowlf after our piano playing friend, but I thought it was pronounced Ralph. :sympathy:
  16. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Wow!
  17. Dominicboo1

    Dominicboo1 Well-Known Member

    Yes, and my dog is named Bear. (I can't help thinking of the big blue house when I think of him) Darn no Bear smiley! :cry:
  18. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Gee that's crazy!
  19. vettech28

    vettech28 Well-Known Member

    Gobo's Discovery: I could definitely relate to Gobo when he wasn't sure if being an explorer is the right path for him. When I failed two classes during my sophomore year of college, I felt stuck. Should I continue my with my major or move in another direction? So far, I'm sticking to my major and doing much better, at least so far.

    I want to be you: I felt like Red at times, wanting to be someone different and do something else. But I like being...well, me!

    Gone, but not forgotten: I know what it's like to lose a family member and some pets my family had.

    Brush with Jealousy: I felt like Mokey in this episode, being jealous of others because they have a talent that I don't have or they're smarter than I am in some aspects. Most notably, several of my friends were in my high school show choir and I wasn't. I auditioned three years in a row and never got in, I could nail the dance portion, but the singing portion I was never good at. I was happy for my friends, but I wanted to be part of that group, but never got the opportunity.
  20. Collgoff

    Collgoff Well-Known Member

    Well I feel like the way Gobo sometimes like eather I want to be a performer or a puppeteer or an artist or anything,

    I do lost some pets and family nembers before: when uncle Chuck died I felt bad about it but my dad (Phil Goff) he was one who felt bad the most,
    I was 16 years old when that happened!

    Well jeaclousy was the tuff thing when I in junor high as a cheerleader.
    When the other cheerleaders would let one of them flying and I did want to do that.
    But I had a chance because I was too big!


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