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Old 12-16-2003, 05:34 PM
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Rubies - Romper Room!
I loved the part where they would
get in their cardboard cars and
drive around the room. I wanted to
drive around with them. Ha!
Yes, it WAS a loooong time ago...
Coming forward alot; does anyone
remember that episode of "The Nanny"
where Shari Lewis shows up at the Sheffield's
and leaves Lamb Chop there over night,
and Fran accidently mames Lamb Chop and
has to find a way to make it unnoticable?
I don't watch alot of TV but I caught that
episode one night on syndicated TV.
It was hilarious! Joy and Light, Chi
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Old 12-16-2003, 05:50 PM
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Oh God! Mr Rogers!
Another hopelessly boring man, Ha!
But the kids DO love him still
along with Captain Kangaroo.
There's nothing like the older stuff
though... even the cartoons were better
back then (if you ask me). Casper,
Little Audrey, Betty Boop, Felix the Cat,
Baby Huey and countless others...
Love to you Nori, Chi

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Old 12-16-2003, 09:36 PM
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If I had to watch anyone mame Lamb Chop I think I would die. I still love Lamb Chop. It does sound funny.

I watched The Roseanne show today while I was getting dressed for yoga and it was hilarious. Roseanne and her husband were getting high in the bathroom and Jackie was fully dressed and stonned in the empty bath tub but they did not know she was in there with them for awile.
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I heard him interviewed and he sounded like a wonderful person. My friend did his make up more than once and was quite fond of him.

Rubies
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Old 12-17-2003, 02:39 AM
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Just sitting here listening to
the birds. I love to wait for
that moment when their food arrives.
You can always tell; they quiet down
to one chirp here and there, as opposed
to a their non-stop symphony chirping. Ha!
I suppose I'm not talking about the man
himself; only his show. I did find one
thing funny though: the puppet,Lady Elaine.
She had a an extremely huge red nose with
very rosey cheeks; remember her? She always
looked (to me) like an alcoholic the morning
after a binge. Ha! She was even grumpy like
an alcoholic would be in the morning, And the
stupid cat puppet: "Moew Moew Moew Moew how are
you Moew Moew Moew today Moew Moew?" There are
10 years between my brother and I... and he would
watch it and the converstation between that cat
and Lady Elaine (with all those Moew Moews)in
Trolley Land would drive me (rolling my eyes up
to the ceiling) right out of the room. Too funny...
Love, Chi
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Old 12-17-2003, 09:47 AM
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Yeah, and how about King Friday in that Castle?
Meow MEOW meow meow! When she first saw it,
my daughter thought that the Mormon Tabernacle
in Silver Spring ( off Washington Beltway) was
King Friday's castle. We still call it that!
Meow meow meow meow! All the voices were done
by Fred himself.

As for the cartoons, I loved Casper- we did discuss him last year on one of those long threads with Stanley..
BTW where is he???
Today's anime and the "new" Disney stuff are not as intriguing to me as Bugs Bunny and entourage still are.

Have a great day Chi and everyone.
Love,
Nori.

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Not to crazy about Mr. Roger's show myself. Did love Rocky and Bullwinkle though. Also Leave it to Beaver.
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American Comics
x-ray glasses
360 soldiers
magic tricks
and tv lists...

Bill and Ben
Dougal
and Andy
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FRACTURED FAIRYTALES....RIGHT UP MY BROOMSTICK !THAT WAS THE SHOW !
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