A question on the great Radish Famine

Beige Fraggle

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I think it was just a catch phrase the writers felt would be humorous. :smirk:
Could be, but I think in this particular case, it was more for dramatic effect than comedic. In a sense, I can't help but feel it was their way of telling us kids to listen up and listen tight to the morals of the show.
 

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Could be, but I think in this particular case, it was more for dramatic effect than comedic. In a sense, I can't help but feel it was their way of telling us kids to listen up and listen tight to the morals of the show.
:smirk:It's however the interpreter best interprets it.
 

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I never noticed a lack of Fraggle involvement and also don’t really remember “listen up and listen right” very much (especially not the wording).
 

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Oh! It's also the first episode that Gobo was not in and as I mentioned earlier in the thread... prolly, 100s of years ago, it was the first episode I ever saw. :smirk:
 

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Maybe the performers were in quarantine that week 🤔 haha my first thought. Then I remembered it hasn't always been like this :sigh: Boober would not do well during this pandemic
 
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