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Jerry Nelson once wrote in a post years ago (sorry, it's not accessable anymore) that he himself liked the character, whose voice he based on Jiminy Cricket. However, Jim Henson and Frank Oz didn't care for the Herbert as much as Jerry did, and felt the character just wasn't working. As a...
http://www.muppetcentral.com/articles/reviews/merchandise/muppets_magic_dvd.shtml This should explain all, with picture included. (Scroll down to "Happy Girl Meets a Monster").
Also, check here for his appearance on the Paul Williams show...
Actually, the hurricane episodes aired in April or May of 2001 as a finale to the SS season at the time. The A&E documentary discussed how this series was planned ahead nearly a year in advance. This initial airing would be months before that horrific event.
Having said that, the following...
But if/until that happens, there's a heck of a lot of existing Kermit material on existing VHSs and DVDs put out in the past two decades, particularly in those that came out as far back as 1986.
Having said that, there was a time that it was Marty Robinson (The Snuffy costume in "Mommy" gear), meaning that the mother and Snuffy did not interact on camera at the same time. Obviously, a new Snuffleupagus must have been built, and Noel stepped into the role.
Caroll Spinney cites that in his book. Also, if you go to a library with back issues of New York Times on microfilm, you can that info in his eulogy. There are many other sources for that info on Will Lee, those are just two prominent ones that come to mind.
Since it hasn't been mentioned in...
Very, very close, but a different Edith. That was actually Andrea Martin, decked out in her Edith Prickley outfit. That character with a loud personality and a wardrobe to match was on SCTV, maybe originated from that show.
For what it's worth:
Certainly on the available commercial VHS's, many of which will soon be, if not already, on DVD, which were put out in the last two decades...
Certainly among those there are a good amount of Herry Monster scenes. :)