- Dec 14, 2004
- Reaction score
Do the words corporate buzzword ring a bell? Limited Edition basically means that their supplies are not infinite... so technically, everything is limited edition.I wonder, when the box refers to the book as "limited edition", does that mean that the DVD set is also limited edition, or will it eventually be sold without the book and in a smaller box (and without the "limited edition book" being advertised on the box)?
Yeah, Frank was wearing the same headband he wore on TMS.I loved the "Behind the Streets" stuff.
But speaking of the Snowman sketch, did anyone else noticed Frank Oz's headband was blur out. Is that cause that handband had "non SS Muppets" like Fozzie Bear? I guess Sesame Street workshop is making sure they don't get sued, esp by Disney of all companies. Keep in mind, they have permission to use Kermit footage.
You have mentioned that you're more of a Jim Henson fan than a Muppet fan, so I must ask... Did you like both of Jim Henson's film inserts that were included (Henson #1 Song and Henson Queen of Six)?I got the gigantic coffee-table book and dvd set.
I haven't watched Disc 2 yet because quite frankly, I'm only interested in the pre-'90 stuff anyway
It still boggles my mind how meticulously the curriculum is constructed which underpins each show or skit.
While I thought there were a LOT of classic skits left off Disc 1, it's good to know that it was probably to avoid doubling up with material already on the Old School DVDs (which I also have).
But some more of Joe Raposo's little film clips would have been great, like the one with the fish or the giraffes.
But overall, very good. David and his rakishly-tilted Gilligan hat will NEVER be uncool.
I thought the book was excellent - I was reminded of a skit I had totally forgotten about: Bob, Maria, David, Gordon and Mr Hooper singing 'Water' with Judy Collins.