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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Drtooth, Apr 8, 2011.
Lookie who's making a return appearance in the "R Mystery" episode!
Whoa,It's Mumford which is great he's still on the show time to time.
Unfortunately he says nothing in the preview.
Still, not questioning Mumford's first appearance on the show in years... but of all the long unused Jerry Nelson clumsy characters, they sure picked a heck of a one to be in an episode about detectives....
Who knows? Maybe he will, make a cameo. It could be another Jerry Nelson-o-rama like the X-Ray show a couple of years ago.
Wow! Mumford and Abby together. I was waiting for that.
Celebrity Word on the Street promo:
YES! YES! I've been waiting to see this since Abby's introduction to the show! This will most certainly be interesting, to say the least.
I think Sesame Workshop understands how special Big Bird is to the show as much as Elmo or Abby. Carol-Lynn Parente mentioned in an interview how he is still a major icon of the show even with other characters. Caroll Spinney himself has said how important it is to make room for other people, especially on Sesame Street. That to me is the big picture. I can honestly say that you are very fortunate to have become special friends with Caroll. Marty Robinson and I have kept together too.
George Lopez (whoopie...)
Grouchology Song with Jason Jones
"Super Grover 2.0" song with Jay Sean
The Heaviest Catch (with Frank Oz as the main character!)
In The Heaviest Catch, who performs the rest of the characters besides Frank Oz and Leslie Carrara??? thaks!!!
The clam is Joey Mazzarino and one of the crew guys is David Rudman.
Try NOT to snicker at Sesame's attempt to undermine TV's most overrated show
There's no more video.
It's on the Press Kit for the season, so you can watch it there.
I watched it when it was still up on youtube - genius. I can't stand Glee, nor see the appeal in letting balding, overproduced and autotuned 30 year olds pretend to be 16 and murder good songs in sucession, whilst drumming up already negative stereotypes together in the name of "diversity".
I don't see why SW keeps doing that.
Some parental group didn't whine about it, did it?
Oh... it's back
Some clips not on YouTube surfaced on SS.org:
Rocco's Boat (Yeah baby!)
12 Little Chicks (a cute animated song)
I've seen Rocco's Boat somewhere before - loved it.
Remember, this starts MONDAY!
I really hope the Spider-Monster Turn off the Dark skit isn't all the way at the end of the season. Other than the fact I saw some of the other parodies already several times, I REALLy want to see the ending of that skit.
Between that and G, Sesame Street really learned to make parodies with bite to them.
Well, the episode featuring it, 4273, won't air until December 1.
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