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    Classic Sesame Clips on YouTube

    I noticed that the Grover and the Inflating G video is cut short. The G getting really big used to scare me when I was little.
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    Classic Sesame Clips on YouTube

    The Golden AN skit almost made me cry (with laughter that is). Lefty's one of my all time favorite characters
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    Classic Sesame Clips on YouTube

    I dunno if any of you guys set these up, but I figured I'd post this. Some clips I haven't seen in a while are on here.
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    Your Sesame Street Era

    My era was from '75-'81.
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    PBS Kids Sprout to launch September 1, 2005

    I work for Comcast in the Nashville office, and we got a memo that the channel will kick-off here on 09/30.
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    Crossover characters from other programmes

    One of my earliest SS memories was Stevie Wonder and his band performing that smokin' version of "Superstition" on the street. I also remember the segment with him and Grover where Grover would repeat and hold notes after Stevie. I saw both segments on Unpaved a few years ago. Those were...
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    What celebs have you met?

    Mine's mostly country singers, but some others too: Loretta Lynn Steve Wariner Mel Tillis Little Jimmy Dickens Robin Zander, Bun E. Carlos, and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick Gene Simmons Jerry "The King" Lawler Erik Estrada
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    Any Three Stooges Fans?

    I usually watch the AMC marathons when they show them. My dad is the real stooge-head in the family, but I love 'em too.
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    RIP Ernest T. Bass

    Comic Actor, Director Howard Morris Dies By GARY GENTILE Associated Press Writer The Associated PressThe Associated Press LOS ANGELES May 23, 2005 — Comic actor Howard Morris, best known for his portrayal of Ernest T. Bass on the Andy Griffith Show, died at his home in the Hollywood...
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    Official SW3 Thread - DO NOT READ - SPOILERS!!!

    I spotted the Falcon, but missed the Lucas cameo. I agree it was a great film. Lucas definitely got it right this time. The last shot with Owen & Beru holding Luke as the twin suns are setting was wonderful, especially with John Williams' score being identical to the similar scene in Episode IV.
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    The Pinball Number Count

    I don't recall ever seeing it on Electric Company.
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    The first thing you ever remember seeing on Sesame

    Wow, that's a tall order seeing as how I'm 32 and watched the 'Golden Years' of SS back in the 70's. I remember seeing Roosevelt Franklin, Sherlock Hemlock, Don Music, Buffy, Mr. Hooper, David, Herbert Birdsfoot, Frazzle, and so many others. I honestly can't remember the very first image I saw...
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    Your Thoughts: Sesame Street Season 36

    Another cool thing is that Joe Raposo was represented. "Everybody Eats"
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    Paul Benedict

    I also remember that Stockard Channing also appeared in at least two of these films. She was the lady having a picnic in the 3 skit and was one of the elevator passengers in the 7 skit. Anyone remember if she was in any others?
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    Old school TMNT season 2 DVD in April

    Season 1 came out sometime last year.
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    What I think today's SS should have

    Amen Brother!!!!!!
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    What I think today's SS should have

    These are the problems that I really have with modern-day SS. 1) Too much Elmo (what else is new) 2) We don't see the grownups much anymore 3) Bert & Ernie are not seen together much anymore If I were in charge, I would incorporate one classic Bert & Ernie skit, one classic letter skit...
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    What I think today's SS should have

    That would be a good thing, and the parents who watch it with their kids now would have something to look forward to.
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    The Mail-It Shop

    This is one change that I actually like. The whole toaster gag was getting old.
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    Going to the movies on June 24th...

    The Dukes of course. Why, cuz I'm from the south.