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From: Joe N-G (JoeNG)8/30/17 10:35 PM 
To: Scott (scarecroe) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (51 of 57) 
 4361.51 in reply to 4361.50 

Never a bad time for that.

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From: David_H (SPLURGE)9/6/17 6:28 PM 
To: Joe N-G (JoeNG)  (52 of 57) 
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Joe N-G (JoeNG) said...

This just feels like another excuse to throw puppets everywhere.

Well, yes, when all else fails. And to land on Prairie Dawn. 


From: KarstenWJ (PigsLaundry)9/21/17 12:01 PM 
To: David_H (SPLURGE)  (53 of 57) 
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I never thought about it but, Prairie's kind of like the modern day Kermit.


Also, I noticed, they might be using three Rosita puppets now. There's the version we've seen on the show for several years, then there's the one with the really long hair that appeared in that Despacito parody, and there's this one with slightly shorter than usual hair (although, it could be the same one they usually use):


From: -Ryan R- (PrawnRR) Posted by host9/21/17 1:03 PM 
To: KarstenWJ (PigsLaundry)  (54 of 57) 
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I always like seeing Prairie Dawn play a Kermit-like role on Sesame Street.  I think you see it in a lot of the pageant sketches, and the "Singin' in the Rain" sketch with Grover, in which you could very easily swap her out for Kermit.


From: max_stein9/27/17 12:19 AM 
To: -Ryan R- (PrawnRR)  (55 of 57) 
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Not to muffin this into a thread about Prairie Dawn, but this thread just inspired me to watch this: You can hear Richard laughing throughout - he is probably right-handing Ernie and being picked up on Jim's mike. Any thoughts on who is puppeteering Grover after he falls onto the stage? Frank is probably doing Cookie. Seems like a distinctive walk.


From: Joe N-G (JoeNG)9/27/17 12:50 AM 
To: max_stein  (56 of 57) 
 4361.56 in reply to 4361.55 

The whole thing looks lip-synced to me, since all the characters appear to be a few seconds off catching up with their lines. The walk seems kinda Frank-ish to me, but Cookies more central there.


From: Shane (Oscarfan1)9/27/17 1:12 AM 
To: max_stein  (57 of 57) 
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Yeah, it looks like they're lip-syncing and the laughter is meant to be the audience watching their play.


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