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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Jan 13, 2004.
just to settle the debate...there won't be any clips of the "other Gordons"
I hope the special will include a clip with Tarah, my "sister" with OI.
Can't wait till Season 35 starts in April,which is a few weeks away!
SS puppets ARE Henson Muppets. I know that they now officlay belong to another company. But Kermit was a staple on SS in the good old days. And in Muppets take Manhattan the whole SS gang was there to witness the wedding!
uh I that should be officially.
And Drtooth calls himself a parody nut. If so, he'd have included the bit that spoofed Fiddler on the Roof in the episode sponsored by the letter B, after Cookie Monster's Mom and the eater of cookies himself both devour the chocolate-covered B cookie.
J/K with you pal, hope to see what the new season has in store for all us fans.
Oh yeah... forgot to put that there... that was just great. I wish they'd put that on a CD or something.
Man... I cannot wait for this next season... even if it does lack classic stuff.... just so I don't have to see Elmo and Zoe as Circus detectives again!
I just found this page on the PBS website!
..I think the photo of the entire SS cast on the site might be a screen cap from the tv special!
So, for my benefit and that of others here on the forum, just who appears in this SS cast photo you found Muppet_Maniac?
Thanks and have a good weekend.
Maria, Luis, Gordan, Ruth, Snuffy, Big Bird, Oscar, Count, Gina, Grover, Ernie, Bert, Baby Bear, Telly, Rosita, Cookie Monster, multiple roosters, and more.
Well, I noticed that the 123 doors are green, instead of red. So that makes you wonder.
Hi! New here, first post. All I wanted to say was, you know when I first heard of this special, before I knew it was going to be Elmo's World, Journey to Ernie popped in my head as the ideal segment for this flashback. I mean, Big Bird and Ernie have been there almost from the beginning, and the kids could've been more involved, helping Big Bird find Ernie around Sesame Street. Just a thought.
Thanks for the assist Whatever.
1 Ruth? Do you mean that Ruth Buzzi's coming back to the Street for the 35th Season?
Or is this a new character, and if so what's the name of the actress who'll play this character?
ssetta, what do you mean by noticing that the doors of 1-2-3 Sesame Street are green and not red? I remember them as always being a dark greenish color.
Heh-heh, welcome to the world of Muppet Central's forums.
But I think it should be stated that this special isn't going to be Elmo's World at least we all hope it won't be. It's going to be Elmo taking a leisurely hour-long stroll down memory lane as he explores the history of the 35 years of Sesame Street.
Hope this helps and hope to hear from you guys soon.
But the doors were changed to red in Season 33. Does this mean they're changing them back???
maybe the pictures a year old or more.
i read the link that was posted about the show. i wish the stupid producers decided not to use elmo's worls as the way to stroll down memory lane. this is a show for everyone. not just the kids.
Not really... It's on PBS Kids, it's website has a section for parents... It can certainly be viewed by everyone, but its really just a show for kids.
i'm referring to the special. not the show itself.
Special on April 4th
Seeing as the special is only an hour long, they probably won't have SEVERAL flashbacks, they'll probably focus more on elmo than going back in time for the "golden oldies", b/c as it says in the article, "We are more focused on the future than in the past."
I am a bit dissappointed that the 35th anniversary special is so,.... lackluster looking. Especially compaired to those on the past. But at least it isn't as uneventful and anticlimactic as the 4000th episode was... El Elefante... big deal.
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