My 5-year-old niece is apparently having trouble differentiating between the lowercase b and lowercase d. I thought to myself: Where better to go in this situation than to Sesame St?
I was wondering if anyone could recall any sketches, either in the current series or the classic series...
Liza is the long-suffering wife of the dim-witted Henry. I think the two of them appear in this sketch only and the sketch I think was first shown late in 1976, then repeated well into the 80s.
The sketch is just a retelling of a traditional song but the looks on Liza's face as the song goes...
The eerie purple lighting on Jerry's face didn't help.
I might have gotten the 'I Beam' mixed up with the 'Saxophone' clip - having seen the youtube clip of 'I Beam' it would have been the ominous music that did it.
Funniest: 'There's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, dear Liza' - the looks on Liza's face were priceless
Wackiest (and Funkiest): 'Imagining shapes'/'Visual Thinking' with a 'hipster' and a 'square', with Northern Calloway in fine form as the 'hipster' and Frank Oz as the 'square'.
I'm Ben. Looking foward to the Henson-esque insanity I've seen on this board.
Have recently rediscovered the old school Sesame St videos and relived many, many childhood memories. I think the Sesame St forums are where I'll be doing most of my posting initially. I must have watched SS from...
Bear with me, it's my first post. What a place to start!
I think these all would have been mentioned at least once over the last decade, but here are my nominations anyway (in no particular order):
1) The sound of B with the Beautiful Day Monster - especially the last few seconds where BDM...