Mailling List: Muppet TV Happenings on Sunday

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Dear friends,

If you are in the United States, there are a lot of Henson happenings on TV this Sunday July 14.

On NBC at 2:30 pm eastern, the Muppets take over NASCAR for the Tropicana 400. Then on Hallmark, Jim Henson's Jack and the Beanstalk airs at 9 pm eastern. Finally, at 10:00 pm eastern the Muppets return to their old theater and go behind-the-scenes in the making of Weezer's Gone Fishin' video on MTV2.

Set your VCR's and stop by our discussion forum to let us know what you think about these appearances.

Take care,
Phillip Chapman


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