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Eisner Nears Muppet Rescue


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Apr 14, 2002
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Originally posted by BoyRaisin2
Rightful owners, but are they the right owners? We'll see.

The whole thing's sorta sweet and symbolic, but I still want Diz to buy them. Well hopefully, God willing, I'll stop caring (as much). Wish me luck!
LOL awww u too?!!:cry: .....:smirk:


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Apr 14, 2002
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Hey, according to some articles (a few of which I posted in the other thread), Disney might've backed out two weeks ago anyway. So if the kids saved the Muppets from the "dynamic" duo of Classic Media and Sesame Workshop, then I'm all for this.

Once again, I want Disney to own Henson, but I think the symbolism of the whole thing is cool (and they still got the Creature Shop, thank God).