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Season 39 Character Questions

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by The Count, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Will Arnett who played Job (or is it Gob) from Arrested Developement performed Max (in a strikingly similar fashion to Job)

    He wore a light, almost white blue Magician's tuxedo, with a white ruffled shirt and blue tie. he had a matching white/light blue cape.
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hi. Today's characters.
    Episode 4167: The Triangle Toss.
    Basically, the new characters were in the Triangle Toss crowd. There was one competitor named Tina I think, and the little kid who was Telly's biggest fan who got the shrunken lucky vest at the end.
    Any others I rully couldn't tell apart from the crowd.

    Hope for help with these, thanks and have a sunny day.
  3. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hi... Today's characters.

    Episode 4168: Elmo and Zoe's Hat Contest.
    The Hat Check Girl
    Who was the woman that commented about the fresh smell of laundry when Elmo and Zoe ran by?
    30 Rocks:
    Miss Lemon
    The Rock Delivery Guy
    The 2,000 Ping Pong Balls, or at least the one that spoke
  4. Oscarfan

    Oscarfan Well-Known Member

    Count, the women with the laundry was Susan.

    The hatcheck girl has a lavander one, with a small pink nose, blonde hair and had a sort of stewartess outfit on.

    Liz Lemon was a lemon right-side up, green eyelids with eyelashes and brown or red glasses.
  5. Oscarfan

    Oscarfan Well-Known Member

    Here are the rest of the descriptions.

    The Delivery Guy
    -A live-hand, fat blue puppet with brown hair, green eyelids, and orange nose and had a mover's outfit on.

    Jack the Boss
    -A pumpkin AM with blue eyelids, a pointy orange nose, brown hair combed back and a gray suit.

    There was no talking pin-pong ball, it was one of the rocks.
  6. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    Right--the rock suddenly grew a (CGI?) face and suggested counting the balls, to make sure there were really 2000 of them. (Ironically, the delivery guy had said the rocks couldn't speak and count themselves!)
  7. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Hey Count... I'm sure today's episode was new, so here's the character rundown:

    The Triangle (for the triangle Dance) - a Velveeta chese yellow/Orange right triangle with the 90 Degree angle on the right side. Scooped in mouth, and eyes with green lids.

    The Letter A in the Letter of the Day skit- Blue Uppercase... had a black ribbon rod controled mouth and wide eyes.
  8. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hi... Yes... The only other character would be the 9-Muppet.
    There were the kids from the beginning of the episode: Brady

    But is okay... Just glad to be back and battier than ever. Will post again if there's a new episode.
  9. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    The A popped up as I was typing... so

    Number 9... basically the same type of muppet as the A, but an Orange 9... same eyes... but his mouth and circle cheeks were red. A's was black, and I didn't really notice the circle cheeks on it before.
  10. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Not too much to report today... but there were 2 Muppet party guests that only muttered something at the beginning. They were seen throughout the opening.

    AM Party Guest: A Small Dark green diamond rod arm AM with length wise oval eyes, a large purple oval nose, medium length messy black hair, and he was wearing a red sweater with a matching red skull cap.

    Monster Party Guest: A small pinkish/Orange (Salmon) rod armed monster, with whispy hair with streaks of pink. a small round blue nose, and eyes with long lashjes and pink lids (though it was kind of hard to tell, the lids blended into the puppet's fur tone).

    And would you count Big Bob as a character?
    He was a brown Rat with a white cap and suit.
  11. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks. Here's what I got.

    Episode 4170: Baby Bear's Birthday.
    The AM's who wished Dorothy a happy birthday

    And as for that AM from the beginning... His name's Stevens, performed by David Stevens who is the second puppeteer/performer cast in the Broadway version of Emmet Otter. How do I know this? He was a guest of Steve Swanson's on the MuppetCast Episode 76 this past Sunday, September 21.

    Hope this helps and have a good day.
  12. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I remember seeing a tall African American kid and a Shorter, blonde caucasian girl... can't remember what there names were, though.
  13. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Again, there isn't too much today... but:

    The Dog from the Word of the day skit- A Muppet Collie (that's the kind of dog that Lassie is, right?) with light purple eyelids.

    The Flying 5's- fives in different fonts and colors. They look like they could have been CGI. They had no eyes or a mouth.

    And the P... I didn't get a good look at it, so I forget the color (I want to say orange , but I have to double check) with eyes and a mouth on the side stem (right near the loop), and a red bow tie with yellow spots.
  14. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks... You're beating me to the posting now, so if there's anything not covered I'll ask here as well.
  15. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    2 things. The P came back after the EW segment (when I started) and it was Yellow, not orange.

    And there was also a red Puppet number 5 that had eyes and a mouth (unlike the 5 Flying 5's)
  16. ISNorden

    ISNorden Active Member

    I'd agree that the dog was a collie and that the Flying 5's were probably CGI (not puppets). As for the P, I could swear I saw a different color each time--yellowish during the "Letter of the Day" spot, but orangish during the final announcement. The color change could've been a fluke of the lighting, though!
  17. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Today's episode.

    Episode 4172: The Number Six Games.
    The Number Six Games' Number 6 Grand Marshall.
    The Number Six Games Cheerleaders, sans Chris.
    The Seven Pig Tickling Pigs.
    The Number Six Games' Half-Time Show's Number 3.
    Miriam the Chicken.
    Inga the Chicken
    Joe, Bill, Sue, Kurt, Gwendolyn, and the other penguin in Telly's shirt.
  18. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Characters for the number Six day festival:

    the Five cheerleaders (the sith being Chris)-
    they were all wearing the same yellow and red shirt, with a yello diamond frame and a picture of a megaphone on it:

    Cheerleader 1- a male pumpkin AM with a big blue oval nose red lids, and black hair

    Cheerleader 2- a female hot pink AM with brown hair, blue girl eye lids, ans a small round green nose.

    Cheerleader 3- a female small dark pink (Roosevelt Franklin) AM with dark brown braided pigtails, a small green round nose, and Prarie Dawn's eyes... he also had small teeth.

    Cheerleader 4- A male Fat Blue AM with a pink nose, green lids, and dirty blond hair.

    Cheerleader 5- a female Lavender rod arms am with Blonde hair, a round pink nose and the same Prairie Dawn eyes.

    The 6- a golden six with a face right above the loop, and it had a little flap mouth under the top of the loop.

    The 3- Yellow number three, the face was on the middle stem- with pink female eye lids and pink lips.

    And as for the penguins, the first 5 were the standard SS Penguin puppet, but the last one was the Emperor Penguin, with a yellow ribbon on its head.

    (and to answer anything else, both the marching band and baton twirlers were actual human kids).
  19. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks buddy. But what were the names of the penguins? Missed one of them while typing the review.

    Also, could you help with something else? There's a link in the MUP3's thread to The First Day of School, and I'd appreciate helpful descripts of the Count's classmates and his teacher. And I'd also ask for a descript of Lady Two from the song Two for Two.
    Sorry to trouble you for all this, rully glad for all the help you provide.
  20. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    The Monsters in the line up of who took Radar-

    Monster 1- a small pink monster with yellow horns, eyes with lashes aroung them, a black mouth with a pink tongue.

    Monster 2- Basically the light brown variant of Narf

    Monster 3- Curley- an orange monster, with a tall cone like head (similar to Telly) with a large blue tear shaped nose, eyes with lashes and red lids, and, of course brown curley haor.

    There were 2 others I didn't get too good a look at...

    One was a small green monster, similar to Arlene Frantic, but with a small pink round nose

    The other was a medium sized round headed dull purple monster with a grey mohawk and yellow horns. He had a big blue nose, but that's all I saw.

    And there was a red one that was in the background the whole time, but I couldn't get a good look at him.

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