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Sesame Street Season 35 New Characters

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by The Count, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. The Count Moderator

    Then I guess it's up to MuppetDude or some other helpful soul.
    Hope to hear from someone who can help with all the remaining undescribed Season 35 characters, and have a good day.
  2. The Count Moderator

    Was only able to see the first half of Episode 4074, but here are the characters I'm asking help for.
    1 Vinnie, the Letter of the Month Club's Delivery Man.
    a. Is this the character's correct name?
    b. What's the name of the human actor who portrayed this role?
    c. Please describe what he looks like and his wardrobe as well.
    2 Henrietta Honker.
    Is this the name of Baby Honker all grown up?
    Or is this a different character than Baby Honker, thus meriting two separate entries in my listings?
    Please describe what she and the Honker Family looked like, and if this is the same Honker Family that appeared in Elmo's World: Families.
    Thanks and hope to hear from you guys soon.
  3. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to see it, since I have an early class.

    I'm guessing here.... I've heard the number of the day delivery guy is Seth Greene (SP) famous for his role as Scott Evil in Austin Powers and Chris on family Guy....

    But that's just something I heard from a TV guide report.... You'll have to wait for tomorrow for a more accurate description, unless someone else kindly provides you with one....

    These early classes the day after night classes are killing me, man....
  4. The Count Moderator

    You and me both. Had a night class last night from 8-10 PM, and then a special reposition class today at 10 AM which is why I was only able to see the first half of 4074. Thank goodness that'll be over as of today.
    Oh, and I can wait till tomorrow for descripts from 4074 and 4075, provided there are any new characters there to be gotten.
    And I think it was the Letter of the Month Club, though there may be a Number of the Day Club bit in that same episode but I wouldn't know till they repeat the episode in May.
    Thanks and have a good day.
  5. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Pfft... I went to bed after 11 and had to get up at 6 and leave at 6:45...

    needless to say, I wound up having to eat a...shudder... McGriddle for breakfast....
  6. The Count Moderator

    You think you have it bad? Try getting back home at half-past 10 PM, eating dinner till 11:30 PM, and then sleeping sitting up instead of lying down for three hours after eating cause you've got a condition known as acalaycia like I do. And then get up the next morn at 6:30 AM to check the net for at least half hour, eat a bowl of cereal, and get ready for an 8:00 AM departure cause your brothers who provide you your means of transportation threaten to leave at that early a time.
    Needless to say, my brother didn't get ready to leave till 9:30 AM and I was able to watch the first half of Episode 4074. But I have sympathy for what you're going through, and if I knew how to do it I'd attach the Rowlf icon here.
    Hope this helps and havean OK day.
  7. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Ah... well, anyway we can both agree that missing SS is the worst part of it...
  8. MuppetDude Active Member

    Da-da-da-DAAAAH!!! :) (I couldn't resist)

    Here's the descriptions for these characters:

    Elmo's World: The Kingfish

    A long, dark grey fish, with a rounded muzzle. He had a white jaw and belly, and on each of his sides is a streak of yellow color. He had rould hemispherical eyes with no eyelids, and a red and gold crown (not the kind with a hole in the middle--sort of like a baseball cap minus the viser), with a ring of black and white fuzz around the bottom of it.

    The Smelly Laundry

    Basically a pile of smelly laundry with only three "clothing Muppets" in it. Only one of them were new as far as the sketch goes: a red and black vertically striped sock with angry eyes with eyebrows. The toe of the sock (its nose) is grey.

    Another article of clothing in the pile is Zoe's Jacket (who made her debut in an episode of Elmo's World): a pink jacket with fur trim around the hood, sleeves, and pockets. Her mouth is the hood and sort of works like a Martian's mouth. She also has round eyes similar to Prairie Dawn's, but with fur trim around them.

    The third piece of clothing is a pair of blue checkered pants that appeared in the "Monster Clubhouse" episode when they dance the "Monster Pants Dance". His mouth is a smile built onto a gold belt-buckle. His blue-lidded eyes are right above the mouth.

    As for the others (Episode 4074)...I haven't seen it yet. (I will see it this afternoon, though). But I can tell you two more things about some other characters:

    1. I couldn't find the official collective name for the hairy creatures Trash Gordon ran into, so it may be best to go with your name.
    2. The sleeping grouches's official spelling is the S-N-O-R-E-T-I-A-N-S.

    I really hope that I at least made your day a little better. Also, try to search for the "Monsterpiece Theater: Gone with the Wind" thread; I've posted the rest of the "Christmas Toy" Muppets for you!
  9. The Count Moderator

    Thanks MuppetDude, you did indeed make my day with these. Will post what I've got and what's still missing.
    As for the characters from Trash Gordon... After hearing their names pronounced out loud by my screenreader program...
    1 You're right, it should be the "Snoretians."
    2 It should be the "Very Hairians."

    Wait a second? You mean there are more TCT characters left? Just finished adding the ones you sent this weekend. Man, if I could, I'd be doing my patented laugh as Billy from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy fright now.
    Thanks and have a vonderful day!
  10. The Count Moderator

    OK, here's what I've gotten from Sesame Street Season 35, Episodes 4067 to 4074.
    The following characters will be added to the listings, since I've gotten descripts of them.

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4067-4071.
    These won't be added until I get help with the characters still missing from this batch of episodes.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Giant Space Chicken.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Snoretians.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Very Hairians.
    The Boingers.
    Elmo's World: The Hand.
    Grandfather Honker.
    The Horse.
    Miss Vicki.
    Sheila the Kangaroo.
    Steven. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Chicken.
    Super Construction Worker. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Guitar Girl.
    Super Needs a Haircut. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Ponytail. (Name of human actress still neded.)
    Super Propeller Hat. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Tutu.

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4072-4074.
    These won't be added until I get help for the characters still missing and gather those from 4075 and 4076.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Smelly Laundry.
    Dr. Feel.
    Elmo's World: The Kingfish.


    Here are the names of the characters I still need descripts of in order to make the additions to the listings.
    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4067-4071.
    Elmo's World: The Firefighters.
    Elmo's World: The History of Getting Dressed Book.
    Firefighter Richard. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Global Grover: Australia: The Cute Little Animals. (Basically, what animals are they?)
    Gordon's Dad. (Wardrobe Descript still needed.)
    Mr. Noodle's Sister, Ms. Noodle. (Name of human actress still neded.)

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4072-4074.
    Henrietta Honker.
    Vinnie, the Letter of the Month Club's Delivery Man. (Name of human actor still needed.)


    And a few questions as well.
    1 The King's Horses.
    Since these were Buster and Fred with British accent voices, should they be added to the listings?
    Or should I just skip them since Buster and Fred are already part of the listings?
    2 The King's Men.
    Since there are two sets of characters with this name, my question is...
    Should I add separate entries for both groups, distinguishing one as being from Episode 4070 and the other as being from the Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme News Flash?
    3 The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Snoretians.
    Should the Muppet-like pillow be added to the listings as a character as well?
    Please post your help in this thread ASAP to the best of your knowledge.
    Thanks, hope to hear from you guys soon, and have a great night.
  11. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I finally saw Wed's episode....

    Vinnie was Seth Green in a guest star role. He wore a plain black (or it could have been navy... hard to tell with my TV) uniform with a simple name tag on his left side of his chest that was white and said Vinnie in script writing in red. He did not wear a cap, though.

    Also, I remembered you talking about how you wanted to see them talk about the functions of the letteres I-Z.... well, there really wasn't anything to do about them... Letters I-M were a large mobile. All those letters were written on hanging pyramids (Each side was a different color). O-S were printed on a "Wheel of Fortune" type game (not the game show, one you'd see at a casino or a carnival... up right). T, U, and V were smaller foam letters with sticks coming from the bottom, held onto a large flat square pice of foam. W, X, Y and Z were just frames pictures of letters. Small rectangular frames.

    The Honkers were essentually the EXACT same as the Honker family in Elmo's world (obviously wearing party hats) Henrietta was the baby honker.

    Didn't see today's episode, since I had to leave.
  12. The Count Moderator

    Thanks Drtooth. And be on the watch out tomorrow for King Cookie and his Royal Helper. Me thinks you'll like that street story.
  13. The Count Moderator

    Just posting this here so everyone can see it.
    OK, here's what I've gotten from Sesame Street Season 35, Episodes 4067 to 4074.
    The following characters will be added to the listings, since I've gotten descripts of them.

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4067-4071.
    These won't be added until I get help with the characters still missing from this batch of episodes.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Giant Space Chicken.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Snoretians.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Very Hairians.
    The Boingers.
    Elmo's World: The Hand.
    Grandfather Honker.
    The Horse.
    Miss Vicki.
    Sheila the Kangaroo.
    Steven. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Chicken.
    Super Construction Worker. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Guitar Girl.
    Super Needs a Haircut. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Ponytail. (Name of human actress still neded.)
    Super Propeller Hat. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Super Tutu.

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4072-4074.
    These won't be added until I get help for the characters still missing and gather those from 4075 and 4076.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Smelly Laundry.
    Dr. Feel.
    Elmo's World: The Kingfish.

    Here are the names of the characters I still need descripts of in order to make the additions to the listings.
    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4067-4071.
    Elmo's World: The Firefighters.
    Elmo's World: The History of Getting Dressed Book.
    Firefighter Richard. (Name of human actor still needed.)
    Global Grover: Australia: The Cute Little Animals. (Basically, what animals are they?)
    Gordon's Dad. (Wardrobe Descript still needed.)
    Mr. Noodle's Sister, Ms. Noodle. (Name of human actress still neded.)

    In alphabetical order, from Episodes 4072-4074.
    Henrietta Honker.
    Vinnie, the Letter of the Month Club's Delivery Man. (Name of human actor still needed.)

    And a few questions as well.
    1 The King's Horses.
    Since these were Buster and Fred with British accent voices, should they be added to the listings?
    Or should I just skip them since Buster and Fred are already part of the listings?
    2 The King's Men.
    Since there are two sets of characters with this name, my question is...
    Should I add separate entries for both groups, distinguishing one as being from Episode 4070 and the other as being from the Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme
    News Flash?
    3 The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Snoretians.
    Should the Muppet-like pillow be added to the listings as a character as well?
    Please post your help in this thread ASAP to the best of your knowledge.
  14. MuppetDude Active Member

    Elmo's World: The Firefighters
    Two small A.M.s (like Prairie Dawn): one lavendar, and one green. Both have black coats and helmets, with a white number "2" on their helmets. The lavendar Muppet is a male with short black hair and handlebar moustache, sleepy green eyelids, and a yellow-orange nose. The green one is female, with brown braids, a pink nose, and orange eyelids.
    There was another character you missed in this list: the Firetruck. It's a "Muppetized" firetruck with its pupils placed on the windshield, and its mouth (full of teeth) is the front white fender (NOTE: This is not the same one from "The Christmas Toy".
    As for Firefighter Richard, I'll find out his name soon.

    The "Global Grover Animals" were a light orange baby squirrel, a green turtle, and a calico dog.

    I believe that Gordon's dad wore a tan sweater.

    Henrietta is indeed the name of the pink baby Honker, and the family that joined her is the same family from "Elmo's World: Families": a pink baby, a silver grandfather, a pink/red mother, and a dark blue father. The only difference in the father is that in "Elmo's World", his nose was red (due to the green-screen that was used).

    The King's Men and Horses should be included with the ones from the "News Flash" sketch. There was one more character from the News Flash bit, too: The King's Cow. She tried to sneak in, but was quickly sent out. They used the old Gladys puppet for this one.

    As for "The Horse", it may be a better idea to label him as "The Horse Everyone Gets Back On" to differentiate him from other generic horses.

    The Snoretians pillow looked more like a wadded-up blanket to me, but I guess it's all about your point of view.

    I'll also try to get a description of "Miss Noodle" whenever possible, as well as the "History of Getting Dressed", who is in a couple of other "Elmo's World" episodes as well (like the one about ears).

    As for the kids that you listed, we may not have access to them unless someone official (like forum member Secret Squirrel) passes by and we can ask them.
  15. The Count Moderator

    Thank you MuppetDude.
    As for the kids, yeah, guess they'll just have to wait until someone official can supply that info. But it's cool.
    Elmo's World: The Firefighters.
    Elmo's World: The Firetruck.
    Henrietta Honker, instead of Baby Honker.
    Vinnie (Seth Green).
    Mr. Robinson, Gordon's Father (Carl Gordon).
    These will all be added once the list of characters from this week and the last week are finished off.

    As for the Snoretians' Pillow, guess that's a question for Drtooth to answer: if it was a pillow, and if it should be added.
    As for the King's Men and King's Horses, should there be two entries for these characters?
    Just asking if there should be an entry for the following.
    "The King's Men (SS, from Episode 4070)"
    "The King's Men (SS, from the Humpty Dumpty Nursery Rhyme News Flash)"
    And should the horses from 4070 be added since they're Buster and Fred?
    And should the King's Horses from the News Flash be added as a separate entry or with the King's Men from the News Flash?

    As for the animals from Global Grover's second trip to Australia...
    Should there be three individual entries or one group entry for "The Cute Little Animals"?
    Thanks, and hope to get some answers soon.
  16. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    You have Dr. Feel , right?

    Dr. Feel: An orange tall headed AM (the kind with no chin) with a matching orange triangular nose and two cartoony eyes with no eye lids (just black pupils in the middle) He had a mouth cut out of the head. He had lightbrown hair, balding, and a mustache the same color, almost like it were covering his mouth. he had rod hands. he wore a Brown suit with a white shirt and blue tie. He sat behind the desk the entire time.,

    And I just found out he was performed by Steve Whitmire.

    As for the pillow... well, I guess it counts (you could file it under "Snortian pillow") Since it did have eys, and it's mouth did move (snoring)
  17. The Count Moderator

    Yes, you described him perfectly and will be added after I get all the characters from this week.
    To that end, keep a watch in 4075 for King Cookie and King Cookie's Royal Helper.
    And that's one less from the 4067-4071 episodes. The Snoretians' Pillow will be added, just needed confirmation that it was a Muppetlike character.
    All that's left from that week are the following:
    Firefighter Richard (Name of human actor and descript still needed.)
    Mr. Noodle's Sister, Ms. Noodle (Name of human actress and descript still needed.)
    The Cute Little Animals, whether they should be listed as a group or as three individual entries.
    The King's Men and the King's Horses.
    If the King's Horses should be added since they're Buster and Fred, who are already in the listings.
    If the King's Men from 4070 should be added and distinguished from the ones in the Humpty Dumpty News Flash.
    If the King's Men and King's Horses from the News Flash should be added as separate entries or as one group entry.
    Please post here and hope to hear from you guys soon.
  18. The Count Moderator

    And here's the last from this week, from Episode 4076.
    Gary Gills, or is it Professor Gary Gills?
    Elmo's World: The Squeaky Shoes.
    Elmo's World: The Dogeared Book.
    Elmo's World: The Bunny or Rabbit that gave his TV a set of rabbit ears.
    The people on Sesame Street who got knocked over by Curly Bear's loud growl.
    The crew workers on the set of the Count's production of Transylvania 65000.
    The Adventures of Trash Gordon: The Giant Grumpy Guppy.
    Hope to get your help on these and the rest from the last two weeks that are still missing.
  19. zanimum New Member

    The dog eared book is the book about getting dressed, but with short, loppy, brown dog ears on the top two corners. They both are dark, leather-covered books, with circular Muppet eyes, and some goldish metal-like trim on the cover, in sort of an almost medieval pattern.
  20. The Count Moderator

    Thanks, zanimum. Still need help with the rest of the missing characters from these last two weeks to add them to the listings.
    Hopefully, Drtooth or MuppetDude or someone else will come in later and provide descripts for all characters sought from Season 35.

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