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Discussion in 'Fraggle Rock' started by Redsonga, Sep 1, 2008.
I don't know what to say to that one.
And my season 2 discs have decided they don't love me anymore and wouldn't play in my computer .
Don't feel bad. Perhaps it's just a one time thing.
I've tried five times today Oh well, back to Black Snow ...
Maybe the disks need cleaning? *goes to read story*
Maybe, but I did get this season used...and whoa there, I hadn't posted the update yet..now it's updated !
I think I saw that on youtube actually a little while ago.
Perhaps it's still there?
sidebottom blues should be on youtube ... but no boober gorg
Right. I mentioned that. XD
My rant was that it was not on my AUS season 4 DVDs though, not even the name of the episode! They just act like it was never made
Perhaps it was an episode oversight. That's not sayin' it's right, but it could've happened.
Yeah I know. Well it's been said that that episode was on the border of the 4 and 5 seasons. There must have been some confusion. That's too bad.
Maybe it's in season 3 by accident?
Maybe, but I don't have the AUS season 3...
Anyway, one of my favorite gorg songs "How Wide, How Far How Long" is up !
I like that song, too. And what's more, Junior seems to understand the complexity of this universe better than any leading scientist, because he doesn't try "prove" something. All he knows is that the universe is all-encompassing.
I agree. I think that song is a great example of how people need to step back and realize how fantastic the universe and the world really is. I think I'd go as far as to say it is near the very top of my favorite Fraggle Rock and Richard Hunt song lists. (Well, there's too many songs out there to just pick one favorite. ) It's simple, yet deep.
Just like the whole show! XD
Yeah, and that's why it's such a great show, even today... heck, ESPECIALLY today when a fair amount of "family entertainment" tends to be garbage.
Agreed. But then again, for the time periods, a lot of the stuff in the earlier years--including Disney's early work involving the Mouse--would've been considered okay (because the bias--and heck, even the smoking & drinking--in the stuff made the work more realistic, not to mention that Walt was just following the standards of the times, something Jim did as well), but now, they'd be considering offensively risque. Heck, even Mick's ballad to Minn would be considered risque if one were to analyze the song for whatever reason! Thankfully, no one would dare do, would they?
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