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Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by Oscarfan, Aug 3, 2012.
You mean people WROTE this?!?
More like drew cartoon characters...you know on the napkin.
I never used the word idiot on this forum but you are probably right about the script.
Oh it looks like I quoted the wrong person; sorry about that!
I for one, am glad to see this special FINALLY released on DVD. This is another one of those TV shows (or specials) that I tell people about and no one believes me.
For similar reasons, I'm happy to see it on DVD, too. Hence why I've pre-ordered it.
Huh, you know, I'm almost tempted to buy it just for that reason, even though I know it would likely spend most of it's days gathering dust on my DVD shelf, possibly more dust than the DVD of the animated Fraggle Rock (yes, I own the complete animated series of Fraggle Rock but don't have cartoons I actually like!). In fact, I think showing this special to someone would make me lose friends more than gain them!
There are too many of those that actually need to be on DVD. I call them "everything on Fox Kids that wasn't Power Rangers or Digimon." You don't know how much I want Secret files of the Spydogs JUST to say to people who liked the movie Cats and Dogs that it was a ripoff.
I honestly do love collecting the most obscure thing I can find. I bought the DVD release of Mad Mad Mad Monsters (not to be confused with, but a loose standing sequel to, Mad Monster Party) JUST for the sake of having perhaps the ONLY ABC Saturday Superstar Movie legally available on DVD!
Thanks for the back-up everybody, I will be buying this and collecting money from bets about it's existence!! Seriously though, I like Drtooth, love collecting the rare and obscure.
Our review of "A Special Sesame Street Christmas" DVD and CD is now on-line. We're moving the discussion here to talk about this release.
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