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What would happen if Sesame Workshop retired Elmo?

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by beaker, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. SSLFan Well-Known Member

    i find it funny that watching EW actually made me want to have a pet goldfish. i named it dorthy and everything. poor thing didn't last a week!:p
  2. muppets2 New Member

    wow no wonder they make so much money off of goldfish!
  3. Fluffets New Member

    Cruel world, innit? :o
  4. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    63. There have only been 63. Plus 3 specials/DTV projects.
  5. muppets2 New Member

    they have only had 63 goldfish! wow i was wrong:cry:
  6. APRena New Member

    Hah, I thought my brother was the only one that did that! He got Dorothy, and I got Mollie. Guess which species it was? *A mollie is a type of goldfish(y looking fish, at least)*

    We were so creative. They lived for about 3 1/2 years, though. :D
  7. muppets2 New Member

    wow thats amazing
  8. Gelfling Girl Active Member

    My mom got a Betta fish as a class pet for her science class last year, and she let them choose a few different possible names then vote. They came up with a bunch of different crazy names (for example, the name that won the vote was Squirt) and she said that next year (or now it's technically this year) she would get an orange one and name it Dorothy. She didn't, though. :p Then again, most middle school students would probably think she's crazy for naming the class pet after a furry red monster's pet fish.
  9. muppets2 New Member

    yea makes since
  10. APRena New Member

    They were in a tank, though. I think they live longer in tanks than in bowls. More room and stuff. :wisdom:

    (I think it's worth noting that "Dorothy" got really really fat, and Mollie was the *perfect* fish, IHMO. ;)) Dorothy had bug eyes and would always headbutt the glass. We pretended she was asking us questions
  11. muppets2 New Member

    hahaha funny!
  12. Gelfling Girl Active Member

    Somebody I once knew actually did that as a science project once.
  13. muppets2 New Member

    the longest living gold fish was 43 years old:eek:
  14. Gelfling Girl Active Member

    Wow :eek: Was it using the Muppet Labs Live-Longinator? ;)
  15. muppets2 New Member

    i dont know:confused::eek:
  16. unclematt Active Member

    On an off note I had a black goldfish named Death and he lived for like a year and a half.
  17. Drtooth Well-Known Member

    You certainly didn't attempt to tantalize fate there.... Reverse Psychology, I guess...

    Back to the subject at fin... hand...

    I wonder what would happen if they got rid of Elmo's World, BUT put a new recurring Elmo related segment, a much shorter one at that, in its place. Something completely different from EW in the subject and context... but still featuring Elmo.
  18. APRena New Member

    I totally agree. A shorter segment, more interaction with the other characters. The regular street characters don't appeat much on EW, do they? Only for the specials and stuff, like Grover on the 35th anniversary. Does anyone know? :confused:
  19. muppets2 New Member

    yea elmos world has been going on too long they need a new segment for elmo
  20. unclematt Active Member

    They need more street time and less segments all together. And now they are adding the new Abby Cadaby segment.

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