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Discussion in 'Games' started by Fozzie Bear, Aug 16, 2007.
What do Zoot and Baby Bear have in common?
Neither talks 'correctly'. Baby Bear can't say his r's, and Zoot can't make any sense. Okay, half-hearted answer.
They both play the saxophone? I know this probably isn't the right answer, since I've never actually seen Baby Bear play the sax, but you never know...
No to both those answers. But that's a good point, Mo.
Wait a minute... Aren't they both Jewish?
Drat, I thought I picked a hard one.
Yes they are! Your turn!
Wow. That was a good one!
Reasoning as to why Baby Bear is Jewish, please.
In what year was Sesame Park (the Canadian version of Sesame Street) cancelled?
Right! You're next!
Wow. I just took a shot in the dark and got it! Strange, indeed.
Which two performers have performed Mo Frackle (voice included) thus far?
Can I say one?
Yes, but it won't be the full answer. Go for it, though!
Okay, half the answer is already taken care of. Repeating the question...
Thus far, Mo Frackle has been performed (voice included) by two performers, Bruce Lanoil being one of them. Who was the other performer?
I'll take a shot in the dark. Tyler Bunch?
(by the way, how do you say Lanoil? I say La-noy-ul.)
I always assumed that was how it was pronounced.
Nope, not Tyler.
Separate names with a comma.