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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by SCOOTER_101, May 26, 2005.
it's interesting how these things come to mind. sure it's happened to me as well.
True, but I think Bob McGrath is doing a heck of a job so far. He's been on the show since the first episode. Yet, even up to this season he still pops up every now and then.
why would you think age has anything to do with it? i don't understand.
I don't. It was just a tiny thought.
You have to be careful what you think around here. The thought police are on patrol.
I know... thoughts and opinions seem to be frowned upon here sometimes. Maybe I should just not have them...yeah, that's it. I will just go in my little hole and watch Muppets Wizard of Oz all day.
well i try not to be opinionated but when i have a thought i try to do my best to make people understand and i honestly do not get it when somebody is going to suggest that Maria's lack of appearance has to do with age considering there are at least 3 others that are older than her. i don't even know how old Elillio Delgado is who plays Luis though he's probably the same age or older and Will Lee who of course was Mr. Hooper was 61 when the show began.
I don't think anyone suggested that Maria has been lacking appearance because of age. She is actually the most regular on the show these days.
one of my all time favs was savion (sp?) i use dot love it when he would tap dance on the show
i mentioned her in a past post but does anyone else remember Timmy? and it was a lady. she was friends with Linda and i think she often interpeted for her as well as Bob. think she came on in the late 70s and left in the mid 80s i think. i don't know the actress'es name but segment i remember was when she along with Bob and Linda were singing a song called butterfly with the kids on the steps of the apartment.
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