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  1. hooperfan

    Little things we've noticed

    I found it amusing that in Christmas Eve On Sesame Street, when Ernie finds one of Bert's paperclips lying around, he vows to get him something that will keep them from getting lost again, and then he tosses the paperclip over his shoulder!
  2. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    Definitely not a big deal.
  3. hooperfan

    Ruth Buzzi suffered many strokes recently

    I don't think Ruth was in that 70s clip, just another woman that looks similar
  4. hooperfan

    Ruth Buzzi suffered many strokes recently

    The original Gordon passed away around 20 years ago
  5. hooperfan

    Sesame Street Classics HBO Max Rollouts

    That's been there for a while
  6. hooperfan

    Harold "Hal" Miller 1933-2017

    It is a bit odd, but I didn't know myself, and I had Googled about him not too long ago... So, apparently, unless you happen to follow him on Facebook (which seems so few did), there was literally no way of knowing about his passing.
  7. hooperfan

    Harold "Hal" Miller 1933-2017

    Maybe the only real announcement was on his Facebook page?
  8. hooperfan

    Harold "Hal" Miller 1933-2017

    That's news to me as well. He seemed to have lived a happy and peaceful life judging by his posts.
  9. hooperfan

    Multiple times a day

    Over here, the 7am showing was the same as the 4pm episode the day before. At 9am, I think the "new" episode would air. That one would be shown the following day at 4pm, then again at 7am the next morning. So, it was an interesting cycle
  10. hooperfan

    Mr. Hooper's Last episode

    He was definitely in a lot more than 156 episodes. I mean, the first season alone is 130 shows, and he's in the majority of those
  11. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    https://muppetcentral.com/forum/threads/hal-miller-captain-countdown.12173/
  12. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    A little off topic but I found an episode of a show called The Candy Apple News Company starring Matt after Sesame Street
  13. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    It was confusing to me as a child because I had the '74 issue of Sesame Street 1 album and it featured what looks like a season 4 (maybe season 5) promo, and the back cover even said Hal Miller as Gordon, but they were obviously referring to the current TV show and not who appeared on the...
  14. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    I wonder if anyone associates Hal Miller as being "their" Gordon. I've now seen a lot of episodes with him, and he just didn't seem like he was fit for the role... It was an okay stop gap between Matt and Roscoe but he had no "spark".
  15. hooperfan

    Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

    Couldn't have said it better myself
  16. hooperfan

    Index of shows where a segment appeared

    Not quite, they showed still screenshots from a few episodes while Big Bird is reminiscing about his departed friend. 3 of the stills are actually from one episode, where Big Bird has Mr. Hooper imagine that they're visiting the beach... And, oddly enough, in 1997, they discussed Mr. Hooper...
  17. hooperfan

    Mr. Hooper's Last episode

    They played "I'm Pretty" and "Who You Lookin' At, Tiger" a lot after he left the show.
  18. hooperfan

    Mr. Hooper's Last episode

    After 1790, he would not be seen again,not counting the summer repeats.
  19. hooperfan

    Human Cast Catelogue--Please Check!

    He did for the Christmas album, maybe he didn't know the character had been used previously
  20. hooperfan

    Human Cast Catelogue--Please Check!

    I know he's credited as Hardhead on the Christmas album, but I don't think he did the voice in the sketches on the show. On Muppet Wiki, it says "performer unknown"
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