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Your Thoughts: Sesame Street Season 34

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Apr 6, 2003.

  1. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    It sure is. They're some of my favorite scenes. BTW, Secret Squirrel, do you know who performed the lavendar AM in the karaoke episode? He was next to the Brittany Spears AM and (surprisingly) upstaged everyone when Alan, Gina, and Elmo performed "Ladybug's Picnic".:zany:
  2. Secret Squirrel

    Secret Squirrel New Member

    MuppetDude. "BTW, Secret Squirrel, do you know who performed the lavendar AM in the karaoke episode?"

    I'm pretty sure that was Joey Mazzarino.

    secret squirrel
  3. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Someone should start an ask Secret Squirrel thread!!! LOL.:D

    BTW I AM joking I don't think Secret Squirrel would like that, but then if he started it it would be a different matter...

    Oh and by the way, what is your take on the Henson deal, Secret?
  4. Jennifer12

    Jennifer12 New Member

    Call me dense, but...

    Who preforms Baby Bear?
  5. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    David Rudman performs at least the voice of Baby Bear, I'm not sure if he also puppeteers the character as well. Hope this helps and have a good day.
  6. Secret Squirrel

    Secret Squirrel New Member

    Jennifer/Count. Baby Bear is performed and voiced by David Rudman. Matt Vogel usually right-hands for David.

    Beauregard. The Henson deal is great news. The mood within the company is extremely optimistic. (And thanks for the thought, but I don't think we need that thread.)

    secret squirrel
  7. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    No I didn't think we did really I was just commenting on how many people ask you questians!!! I never really thought it would be a good idea.
  8. Traveling Matt

    Traveling Matt New Member

    Originally posted by Secret Squirrel
    Matt Vogel usually right-hands for David.


    Hey Secret Squirrel-

    There was a picture of the Sesame set in Newsweek last November. Was Matt Vogel the one doing the right hand of Baby Bear in that pic?

    He looks like the same one who was playing the drums during the song Ernie and Telly were singing on the A&E SS Biography.

    If it's not Vogel, then who is he?

    Thanks!

    Billy :cool:
  9. ssetta

    ssetta Active Member

    I don't know if any of you saw the show that aired Friday. But in the Global Grover segment, if you saw that old film in the Navajo desert in Arizona, with the family walking through the desert with a herd of sheep, that was the first time that film was used since Season 24! It brought back some memories! I haven't seen it since then!
  10. Secret Squirrel

    Secret Squirrel New Member

    Billy/Travelling Matt. "There was a picture of the Sesame set in Newsweek last November. Was Matt Vogel the one doing the right hand of Baby Bear in that pic? He looks like the same one who was playing the drums during the song Ernie and Telly were singing on the A&E SS Biography."

    That's Mr Vogel all right.

    secret squirrel
  11. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    Billy, any chance you might be able to get a scan of that?
  12. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Okay... as much as Global thingy makes me want to wretch, today's one was absolutely brilliant! It was a parody of Braveheart, and I avtually laughed.

    okay. that's what they need to do. Make better Global Thingys like this one. All the others are someone making someone else cry and Global Thingy comes to the rescue. It needs the satirical bite! It needs that wit and humor that this one had. Not just Cry baby type stuff!
  13. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    Aw, I love Global Thingy. It's got a wonderful message done in an awfully sweet and innocent manner.
  14. Erine81981

    Erine81981 Active Member

    I have a question. Why did they show the 1 episode of 34th season again? Any thing different?
  15. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Probably because they already aired all the episodes that make up Season 34 and now it's time to start re-running the lot of them. Personally, I'm looking forward to the re-running of the Sesames cause there were a few episodes that I missed out on what with the randomness of the airings here in Puerto Rico. As for Global Grover, I like it! I've found the bits with Grover to be humorous, for example the one from the episode where Curly Bear gets her name Grover is going to the sheep herders in the Arizona desert and asks us if we want to watch the film with him, and then he says: "Well you have no choice, roll it!" What I don't understand about the segments is the animated short that follows Global Grover. Maybe if they spoke it in English and said what's going on, then maybe it would have more appeal but I'd hope they axe this little animated from any new Global Grover segments should any be made for Season 35 should Season 35 become a reality.
    Hope this helps and have a good day.
  16. Traveling Matt

    Traveling Matt New Member

    Originally posted by Secret Squirrel
    That's Mr Vogel all right.

    Thanks, Secret.

    Originally posted by Scarecroe
    Billy, any chance you might be able to get a scan of that?

    Scott-

    No, I don't have a scanner sorry. There was mention of it when the article came out last November, so someone here might be able to get the picture for you.

    It was a pic of the set, with Kevin Clash front and center with Elmo of course, and Mr. Vogel and David Rudman with Baby Bear, Marty Robinson with Telly, and Fran Brill with Zoe.

    - Billy :cool:
  17. WiGgY

    WiGgY New Member

    Is Sesame Street in danger of going off the air? I mean, it's like one of those shows that should never be canceled. So, is there any danger?

    Also, Count, I agree about those stupid globe cartoons. They make no sense to me, though I only saw one.
  18. ssetta

    ssetta Active Member

    I'm afraid they probably are in danger, mainly because they keep doing less and less. For all those years, they did 130 shows a season. Then in season 30, they decreased it down to 65, and season 33, 50, and now they're down to only 26. I think this is exactly what happened with Mister Rogers. So I would not be surprised if SS got cancelled, or if Elmo's World became its own show.
  19. WiGgY

    WiGgY New Member

    oh man, that's bad for a daily show. I can't beliebe an institution like Sesame Street could be gone. I figured SS was popular since it has a sspinoff and all. Parents, start putting your kids in front of that tv now! :D
  20. ssetta

    ssetta Active Member

    They have reduced the money for SS to create new shows, like Dragon Tales, and Sagwa. So they had to reduce SS to make money for those new shows, which apparently, are more popular. This is really strange. They are saying that Dragon Tales is the thing that's popular right now, but they're not even making anymore new episodes of DT!


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