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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
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Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Squall Leonhart, Jun 17, 2013.
Totally my logic on everything... except not nearly as articulate in forming my dumb thoughts
From "The Battle of Leaking Roof":
Doc: "How dare you say that my dog imitation sounded like a lovesick bullfrog with a toothache!"
From "Junior Sells the Farm":
Junior Gorg: "I don't even know what a lummox is!" (for some reason, the way he says that line gets me)
There are too many to pick one. In "Battle of Leaking Roof" I can't remember the exact wording, but it kills me when Pa is on the roof and Junior is talking about how long of a fall it is to the ground. Something like "You'd kill yourself for sure!"
And it's not exactly one line, but the entire "I Am Boober Fraggle" remembering song sequence in "Boober Gorg" is one of the funniest overall puppet bits I've ever seen.
Another one I remember is from Cantus and the Minstrels:
Cantus: I am losing my implacable sense of calm (before he loses it to Red)
Seeing as how he's supposed to be an expy of Jim Henson, I wonder if this was a natural reaction that he might have said/felt whenever he had difficulties with his kids.
All of Philo and Gunge's translations of Sprocket.
Philo:He wants to buy...a kumquat?
"Red, this is terrible; Red has slipped into a coma....(double take) AAAAAACCKKK!!! I have been bamboozled!!"
Cantus from "Junior Faces the Music": "Cease this weeping, and get your chin up! Both of them!" I laugh at that every time.
"Don't do that! It'll bring death and pestilence!"-
Wembley has just applied for a job with the Volunteer Fire Department...
Wembley: Hey, guess what, everybody?
Wembley: I get to be the siren!
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