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  1. Happy news!! It's up On Demand!! ☺
  2. Upon the passing of Caroll Spinney, I recommend his 2003 memoir. It goes into his childhood, how he got into puppetry at age 12, how he met Jim Henson and got Sesame Street, how he found lasting love as a divorced father of small children and much more. ❤
  3. And of course, it's preempted here in the East because of the impeachment hearings (how long are those going to go on, anyway?). Hopefully, today's episode will be put On Demand.
  4. No one could have voiced Louis the sadistic French Chef in The Little Mermaid better than Rene. He was perfect in a song ("Les Poissons") that had absolutely nothing to do with the main plot. 30 (!!!) years later, it still makes me laugh. ❤
  5. Beautiful. On the lighter side, Big Bird's cameo in The Muppet Movie (1979):
  6. I really can't add anything else to what has already been said about Caroll Spinney. What a talent. In fact, the very first movie I saw in the theatre was Sesame Street: Follow That Bird. My beloved grandma took me to see it way back in 1985. As an adult, I read his excellent memoir. Everyone should read it. As for Rene Auberjonois, he was the embodiment of a character actor. One of my favorite roles of his was that of a jewel thief who was also a master of disguises in an episode of Starsky & Hutch. May they both RIP. 😢❤
  7. So would I. Pass the popcorn. 🍿
  8. Now I feel like singing "Yes, We Have No Bananas". 😂
  9. Here's Pat Richardson again on The Doctors, March 1979:
  10. I don't know if this op-ed has been posted yet (and I'm too tired to look), but it's hilarious: https://www.prweek.com/article/1666491/lynne-franks-its-time-royal-family-put-prince-andrew-pasture I don't blame the British military for speaking up. I would, too. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/strip-duke-of-military-roles-urge-top-brass-227ks9r2j
  11. This isn't an autobiography, but more a collection of behind the scenes stories of how some of the most famous records in pop history were made. The late Mr. Ramone also went into great detail about what a music producer's job entails - and how to deal with egos of famous musicians. I recommend it to fans of pop and musicals from the 1960s on, and especially fans of Billy Joel and Paul Simon (whose work he is probably best known for).
  12. The resemblance is eerie, isn't it? 😉
  13. Here's the Meyers family last year:
  14. I've read her memoir, too, and it was a very riveting read. My four-year-old nephew loves to dance to "Man! I Feel Like a Woman". ☺ As far as Marie, I think she's doing fine. I think a lot of the criticism has to do with how different her persona is from OG Sara's.
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