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What if Grover took a week off from Charlie's?

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by TravellingMatt, Aug 23, 2002.

  1. TravellingMatt

    TravellingMatt New Member

    And Fat Blue would have to have another waiter. Picture the following as his waiter:

    Telly Monster
    Cookie Monster
    Oscar the Grouch
    Big Bird
    The Count
    Two-Headed Monster
    Forgetful Jones

    Gonzo the Great
    Fozzie Bear
    Crazy Harry
    Statler & Waldorf
    Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
    Rizzo (hey, he's been a waiter before!)

    Philo & Gunge
    Pa Gorg
    Junior Gorg

    Dr. Van Neuter

  2. Natalie

    Natalie New Member

    It'd be funny with Forgetful Jones! I can't see a lot of them doing it though
  3. Ryan

    Ryan New Member

    What about Grover's Mommy? :)
  4. Ernie101

    Ernie101 Active Member

    How about snuffys mommy?
  5. Billy's Girl

    Billy's Girl New Member

    If they hired Elmo it would be child slave labour!! But they wouldn't have to pay him much in wages.
  6. Splurge

    Splurge Member

    How about Benny?

    "I gotta get downtown!"
  7. SuprGro78

    SuprGro78 New Member

    What about Pepe? He'd make a good waiter and he's such a snappy dresser! Oh Kay!
  8. ssetta

    ssetta Active Member

    It just so happens that there was a recent sketch, probably one of the last ones with Grover and Fat Blue, where he was a telegram deliverer, and Elmo was a train-ee. That is, Grover was showing Elmo how to do the job. As you may have guessed, Fat Blue was taking a nap, and tells Grover to go away, but Grover gives him the singing and dancing telegram. He did, and gets the place where it's coming from wrong, and Fat Blue is not happy at all, so he closes the door on Grover. Then, Grover tries to tell Elmo that the one he has for Elmo to do is for another house, but Elmo doesn't listen, so he knocks on the door, repeats the exact rhyme after Grover, but gets the place right. Fat Blue actually appreciates it, and says, "Come back again sometime...without him!" And then, Grover looks at him funny.

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