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Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by GelflingWaldo, Apr 30, 2007.
Hmm... that was pretty good, I don't think it could be one of my favorites, though.
I did some research, and if the next set has the season 6-10 premiers, then there are, by my count, at least three sketches that get repeated in multiple episodes throughout the set, at least seven sketches that were released in volume 1 (I feel like I counted 12, but I can't remember what some of them are), and at least eight sketches that have already been released on video or DVD outside of the Old School sets (two of which were also released on volume 1 in addition to being on other videos).
If not every episode on this next set is a season premier (and I really hope that episode 666 is included, as that's Roscoe Orman's first appearance as Gordon, has a skit from the first test pilot, has a Roosevelt Franklin skit, has the original What's the Name of That Song? and includes Rodeo Rosie), then I hope that Olivia's debut episode is included. That episode wasn't shown on Noggin (unless she was just introduced in one scene in an episode that Noggin showed but chose to cut for time, and if that's the case then it's odd that her debut would be cut).
Who's Rodeo Rosie?
Rodeo Rosie was performed by Jerry Nelson and premeired during the Season 6 premeire episode. She appeared probablly in way more books than episodes or skits.
Okay, but WHO is Rodeo Rosie? A Muppet character I gather, but I've never heard of her.
Yeah, I wanted to see "MAD!" on volume 1 too!
Yes, she was a Muppet. She was a cowgirl, made from the large lavendar anything mupet. She had orange hair and visible teeth. She appeared in books more than on the show. I don't ever remember seeing any skits with her. I've read about some scenes with her, and from what I've read, it seems like she was annoying.
Ah, okay, thanks.
I wonder if "The Ballad of Casey McPhee" will show up on Old School vol. 2?
If so, then I'll delete THAT from my YouTube favorite lists and flag it too... oh wait, it's already on that Elmo's twin cousin DVD...
Most likely not, because Jim Thurman, the creator of those cartoons, passed away not too long ago.
Um, Totally Spies Fan, the Monsterpiece Theater "Upstairs Downstairs" skit isn't from Season 8. It is actually from 1982, probably Season 13 or 14.
I know that Jerry Nelson usually performed Rodeo Rosie, but I heard that Richard Hunt also occasionally performed her (people on this thread remember seeing skits with her performed by Hunt). That would make her a pretty minor character if she has TWO Muppeteers. But I do remember seeing her in a LOT of books. I think she mostly appeared on the show in the 1970s, like Farley and the Busby Twins.
I know...It wasn't my fault. It was Phillip Kippel's fault.
I hope so! :cookie monster smiley:
If you watch that sketch you will see a framed picture of Dr.Teeth on the wall when Grover goes up the stairs.
This is so great! I'm excited!
Yeah, that kind of bugs me too. They should have given him a completely different name. Like...Skippy.
Yeah, she was kind of annoying. And I've only seen her in books. But hey, they needed a character to represent the annoying kids. So they made Rodeo Rosie.
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