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Little things we've noticed

minor muppetz

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In Bunny Picnic, the farmer was so allergic to the bunnies, that apparently his grand master plan was to have them captured so he could make them into a stew . . . but, wouldn't that potentially be fatal to him if he consumed the very thing he was allergic to? Granted, maybe it's just their hair/dander he's allergic to, and not necessarily rabbit meat or anything, but still, looking back on it as an adult, it strikes me as kind of a bone-headed plan.

On the other hand, the farmer was one of Marty Robinson's very few non-Sesame Muppet roles, and he was absolutely fantastic.
He did say that the only kind of rabbit he’s not allergic to is a stewed rabbit. I guess that way he’s unaffected, or maybe he was just going to stew the rabbit for the evil of it and not actually eat it.
 
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