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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #30 on: Apr 01, 2004 at 11:54 PM »
My favorite, too. It's actually THE VERY FIRST SONG I ever downloaded from Kazaa!  :D


We're gonna turn it on... we're gonna bring you the power...

The Adventures... of LETTERMAN!

Punc-punc-punc-punc-tuation... they are the little marks that give the influence... to make the sentence make more sense... The period is just a little dot - but it occupies a most important spot!

You got soup? We got soup. What kind of soup? All kinds of soup!

Easy Reader, that's my name I say... uh uh uh...


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Oh no... this post has just made me realize that I was programmed to be a couch potato even from early childhood!   :o

 ;D

LOL... see? the signs were there at an early age. (i guess this means you were a "couch spud"???   ::) :P ;D)

ha ha ha. don't ya just love those "horned cow-like aliens"? for the longest time i thought kapatid ni animal yung kumakanta ... "mahna mahna... toot toot too-too-too"!
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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #31 on: Apr 02, 2004 at 03:10 PM »
hee hee... gary gnu isn't from sesame street ... he's from another well-loved and well-remembered show: THE GREAT SPACE COASTER. ;D


no gnews is good gnews like gary gnu's

and the words "ala peanut butter sandwiches"... was actually the amazing mumford's and not the count's. (but i think there were a few times when the count also said these words.) can't seem to find a pic of mumford tho... i don't think he appears that much anymore.  ;D

hahahaha kinda mix them all up :)....how about the martians outside the window :)...mimicing the sound of the fone lol.....the tiny family atop a flower pot...was it ernie's plant? ::)
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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #32 on: Apr 02, 2004 at 05:18 PM »
my favorite songs: seven alligators and 12 lady bugs on a picnic. hope i got the numbers right. anyone knows if they are available on cd?

thanks.

"The Alligator King" really takes me back.  So does "Everybody sleeps."  Another song that is unusually etched in my mind is the capital I song.  You know:  " We all live in a capital I...." Now my daughter is the same age that I first started watching Sesame Street.  Kind of makes me feel old.

Questions:

1.)  Does anyone know when Telly, Elmo, and Prarie Dawn were first introduced?  They were not around when I was still watching the show.

2.)  When did Mr. Hooper die?

I also followed the Batibot, Atbp series.  The most memorable character for me is not Pong Pagong or Kiko Matsing but Kuya Bodji!

Couch spud, that was me.  Now a fully rooted couch potato.

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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #33 on: Apr 02, 2004 at 07:51 PM »
Questions:

1.)  Does anyone know when Telly, Elmo, and Prarie Dawn were first introduced?  They were not around when I was still watching the show.

i think these guys (i.e. elmo's world) were SS's answer vs. the new toddler show formats like blue's clues & teletubbies

medyo natatalo na kasi sila sa ratings game eh.  :P

2.)  When did Mr. Hooper die?


try this:
http://www.rpi.edu/~jerzaw/bert/hooper.htm

seriously, eto ang details:

(Big Bird gives everyone pictures that he drew of them.)

Big Bird: And last but not least, ta-da!

(Shows picture of Mr. Hooper.)

Big Bird: Well, I can't wait till he sees it!

(silence)

Big Bird: Say, where is he? I wanna give it to him. I know! He's in the store.

Bob: Uh, Big Bird. He's ... he's not in there.

Big Bird: Oh. Then where is he?

Maria: Big Bird, uh, don't you remember we told you? Mr. Hooper died. He ... he's dead.

Big Bird: Oh yeah. I remember. Well, I'll give it to him when he comes back.

Susan: Big Bird, Mr Hooper's not coming back.

Big Bird: Why not?

Susan: Big Bird, when ... when people die, they don't *come* back.

Big Bird: Ever?

Susan: No, never.

Big Bird: Well, why not?

Luis: Well, Bird Bird, they're dead. They ... they can't come back.

Big Bird: Well, he's *gonna* come back. Why, who's gonna take care of the store? And who's gonna make my birdseed milkshakes and ... and tell me stories?

David: Big Bird, I'm gonna take care of the store. Mr. Hooper, he left it to me. And I'll make you your milkshakes and ... and we'll all tell you stories, and we'll make sure you're okay.

Susan: We'll look after you.

Big Bird: Hmmm.

(silence)

Big Bird: Well, it won't be the same.

Bob: You're right, Bird Bird. It's ... it's ... it'll never be the same without him.

Big Bird: Mmm.

Bob (crying): But you know something? We can all be very happy that we had a chance to be with him and ... and to know him. And to love him a lot when he was here.

Big Bird: Yeah.

Olivia: And Bird Bird, we'll still have our *memories* of him.

Big Bird: Well, yeah ... yeah ... our memories. Right. Why, memories, that's how I drew this picture. From memory. And we can remember him and remember him and remember him, as much as we want to! But I don't like it. It makes me sad.

David: We all feel sad, Big Bird.

Big Bird: He's *never* coming back?

David: Never.

Olivia: No.

Big Bird: Well, I don't understand! You know, everything was just fine! I mean, why does it have to be this way? Give me one good reason!

Gordon: Big Bird, it has to be this way ... *because*.

Big Bird: Just because?

Gordon: Just because.

Big Bird: Oh.

(Looks at Mr. Hooper's picture.)

Big Bird: You know, I'm gonna miss you, Mr. Looper.

Maria (crying): That's *Hooper,* Big Bird, *Hooper.*

Big Bird: You're right.

(Everyone gathers around Big Bird for a hug.)

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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #34 on: Apr 02, 2004 at 08:24 PM »


may questions din po ako:

1. si big bird ba ay male o female?

2. when kinasal si maria & luis?
     
3. si miss piggy ba ay galing sa SS
    o created sya for the muppet show?

by the way, i was so happy when REM
made a guest appearance on the SS
and modified their song "shiny happy people"
just for the kids.  ;D

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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #35 on: Apr 02, 2004 at 08:33 PM »
si telly matagal narin sa SS, if you can remember meron pa siyang portion dati na cooking with telly diba?
as for elmo and the others, mejo mga bago nga silang characters.

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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #36 on: Apr 06, 2004 at 05:13 PM »
1. si big bird ba ay male o female?

Big Bird is a male. Female counterpart niya si Big Pussy from The Sopranos.

Sorry, someone had to say it. ;D

Big Bird was actually conceived as a typical inquisitive 6 year old with no specific gender. But when people began bringing the issue up, they shifted it and let characters refer to Big Bird as a "he."

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2. when kinasal si maria & luis?


Initially, there was the David-Maria love angle. Luis eventually became the 3rd party, and he won out, marrying Maria in 1988 or 89. The actor who played David died in 1990.

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3. si miss piggy ba ay galing sa SS o created sya for the muppet show?

She was originally created as a minor character for The Muppet Show, but eventually moved on to second lead, quickly surpassing Fozzie Bear in popularity.
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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #37 on: Apr 06, 2004 at 05:55 PM »


shocking to think that sesame street is 35 years old! wow!  (also that oscar used to be orange!!)

got this from the muppet central forum:

July 1969 (before Sesame Street):
First human regulars-Gordon, Susan, Bob, Mr. Hooper and the kids
First Muppets-only Kermit, Bert and Ernie, and the Cookie Monster (which he is named 'Monster')
Five first shows tested

November 1969 (now Sesame Street!):
More muppets added-Big Bird, Oscar (ORANGE), Grover (BROWNISH-GREEN), the Anything Muppets and various monsters
Animated dots series
Animated openings before the theme song
The falling baker counting series
"Jazzy Spies"-animated counting series that end with spies that reveal the numbers 1-10
Three letters and two numbers sponsored
Kids can count up to ten
Oscar's trash can and Big Bird's home added
Live-action closing

1970's:
Grover's brownish-green fur changes into blue fur
Oscar's orange fur changes into green fur
Cookie Monster got his name from the 1971 premiere
Ernie's pink-and-orange shirt changes into red-and-blue shirt
Big Bird has more feathers
More muppets added-Herry, the Count, Little Bird, Sherlock Hemlock, Roosevelt Franklin, Herbert Birdsfoot, etc.
Mr. Snuffleuphagus-Big Bird's imaginary friend, nobody believes him
More live human actors added-David, Maria, Luis, Molly, Tom, Rafael, etc.
Sam the Robot-the full-body muppet robot that talked and walked slowly that is shown only on street scenes and greets the SS inhabitants like friendly 9th-10th graders
the animated pinball machine series added in the late '70's-took place of the race cars/spies series
Animated openings change into the regular theme song with the episode number in the late 70's
A large and friendly muppet dog named Woof-Woof changes into Barkley
Animated closing with muppets
Two letters and one number are sponsored
Kids can count up to 20
Sesame Street On Ice shows are produced

1980's:
Mr. Hooper dies, David re-runs Hooper's Store-1983
Everyone finally sees Mr. Snuffleupagus-1985
David hires Gina to work at Hooper's-1987
Maria and Luis got married-1988
Maria is pregnant and she and Luis got their new daughter named Gabriella-1989
Gordon and Susan's son Miles is born-1985 (but is “adopted” into the show’s storyline)
More human regulars added like Gina and Uncle Wally
More muppets added like Telly Monster, Elmo, the Honkers, the Dingers, Forgetful Jones and Placido Flamingo
Actor who plays David dies-1989 (but is written out of the story saying he lives with his grandmother.)
Two letters and one number are still sponsored
Kids can count up to 40
Live-action closing with Barkley
Sesame Place theme park opens
Sesame Street Live arena show is produced
Joe Raposo dies

early-mid 1990's:
Jim Henson and Richard Hunt dies
Mr. Handford re-runs Hooper's
Even more muppets added like Zoe, Rosita, Baby Bear, Benny the Bunny and Davey & Joey Monkey
the "Around the Corner" set is behind Sesame Street for just a couple of years
Telly and Baby Bear become best friends
The SS opening changes, the music is calypso, scenes with muppets
Tickle Me Elmo dolls are available in stores
Two letters and one number are still sponsored
Animated closing with Elmo, Big Bird and the kids
Jon Stone dies

1998-2000:
Elmo becomes more and more popular and appears on his own segment, "Elmo's World"
Alan is introduced and re-runs Hooper's
The SS opening changes-scenes with Big Bird following the kids to Sesame Street
New segments added like Sesame Street Goes to Day Care, Monster Day Care and Ernie's Show-and-Tell
Jeffery Moss dies
Muppets like Bert, Ernie, Big Bird, Zoe, etc. present the letter/number of the day
New animated segments like Suzie Kaboozie skits
One letter and one number sponsored
Lulu-the Anything Muppet monster

Today:
Frank Oz quits in 2001 and returns in 2003
Much newer segments like Cookie Monster presenting the Letter of the Day, the Count presenting the Number of the Day, Big Bird's own opening scene, Monster Time: features classic monster segments and the Monster Clubhouse, the newest monster segment, Hero Guy with Baby Bear and his imaginary animated friend named Hero Guy, Global Grover, and Journey To Ernie (segments where Big Bird has to search for Ernie before it fades to the classic Ernie and Bert segment).
Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle dies-2003
One letter and one number are sponsored
Kids can count up to 100

That's the history of Sesame Street...
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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #38 on: Apr 06, 2004 at 10:22 PM »
A loaf of bread.. a container of milk.. and a stick of butter.  :)

They tried to dub SS in Filipino too, right?  I remember Cookie Monster shouting, "BISKWET!  Yum Yum Yum..."  :)

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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #39 on: Apr 06, 2004 at 11:56 PM »
"A, mansanas... B, saging" did they really translate it this way?

My favorite song is Ernie's "I Don't Want to Live on the Moon", it's so cute and so thoughtful at the same time.

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #40 on: Apr 26, 2004 at 03:10 PM »
Here a couple of Sesame Street DVDs that feature the old songs, great for reminiscing!



Sesame Street's 25th Birthday - A Musical Celebration

Tracks include:

- Sesame Street Theme
- Alligator King
- I Love Trash
- Count It Higher
- Rubber Duckie
- C Is For Cookie
- Monster In The Mirror
- I'm An Aardvark
- Fuzzy And Blue
- Skin
- Bein' Green
- Doin' The Pigeon
- Dance Myself To Sleep
- I Don't Want To Live On The Moon
- Sing




Sesame Street - Sesame Sings Karaoke

Tracks include:

- Somebody Come and Play
- Sing, Sing A Song
- ABC-DEF-GHI -- Big Bird
- It's A Ladybug Picnic!
- Let's Go Driving
- People in Your Neighborhood -- Bob & Friends

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #41 on: Apr 29, 2004 at 11:32 PM »
 ;D I grew up (! :o) watching Sesame Street. Loved all the characters, especially Grover. Loved to hate Ernie for always driving Bert up the wall, made me wanna wring his neck for that hehehehe ;D

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #42 on: May 03, 2004 at 09:50 AM »
Here a couple of Sesame Street DVDs that feature the old songs, great for reminiscing!



Sesame Street's 25th Birthday - A Musical Celebration

Tracks include:

- Sesame Street Theme
- Alligator King
- I Love Trash
- Count It Higher
- Rubber Duckie
- C Is For Cookie
- Monster In The Mirror
- I'm An Aardvark
- Fuzzy And Blue
- Skin
- Bein' Green
- Doin' The Pigeon
- Dance Myself To Sleep
- I Don't Want To Live On The Moon
- Sing

Is this one available locally? The reviews aren't too good, though, since the songs featured are just excerpts daw, not complete.

The Karaoke one is available locally on DVD. Php 250 or 350 lang yata. But these are all-new versions of the songs, not the originals, with Elmo doing much of the singing.  >:(
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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #43 on: May 03, 2004 at 01:51 PM »
walang mahna mahna??  ::) (altho, i can't imagine a karaoke version of that song...)

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #44 on: May 24, 2004 at 06:39 AM »
isa pang favorite ko sa sesame street is the song "everybody, evrybody sleeps", boses palang nung singer aantukin kanaL)

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #45 on: Jun 03, 2004 at 11:59 AM »
sorry for asking this question but where does Big Bird take a dump? ;D

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #46 on: Jun 03, 2004 at 12:06 PM »
sorry for asking this question but where does Big Bird take a dump? ;D

Y'know, that may be one of the greatest mysteries of SS ...  ;D

Anyone here remember the episodes where the Sesame people went off to Mexico? The only part I can recall is when they were leaving.

We're going home, we're going home
We would love to stay but we can't delay
Coz we're going home ...
Je ne regrette rien.

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #47 on: Aug 27, 2004 at 03:14 PM »
Alin ang naiba?

Ako ay kapitbahay....

Pagsama-samahin ang pare-pareho ...

ahhh..those were the days ::)
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Re:sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #48 on: Oct 08, 2004 at 09:11 AM »
A loaf of bread.. a container of milk.. and a stick of butter.  :)


one of my favorite lines too on sesame street.

it was even spoofed in one of the johnny bravo episodes.

i know, i know...i watch too many cartoons for my age. so sue me!  ;D 
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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #49 on: Oct 08, 2004 at 12:19 PM »
Sesame Street really influenced pinoy pop culture.  Here are some examples:

1. Jollibee commercial in the early 90's used "I don't want to live on the moon" as a music peg.
2. "Cheezy Chiz Curls, you're the one" jingle is a take on "Rubber Ducky, you're the one."
3. Batibot is an obvious Sesame Street clone...also "Sesame" with Pong Pagong and Kiko Matsing.

There may be more, but these are the ones i recall.

I also remember "What's it like to be in school? Will there be a teacher who..."  And this song that goes "Beet, beet, sugar beet, beet, sugar beet, sugar beet, beeeeeeet."  Also "We all live in a capital I. In the middle of the desert, in the center of the sky."  Also, "A lower case N.  Standing on a hill.  The wind is very still, for the lower case N.  Then one day a rocket ship came falling from the sky.  It landed on the hill and it opened up a door. Then something started coming outside.  A lower case N! (He's not lonely anymore) Standing on a Hill (There are two of them for sure).   The wind is very still, for the lower case N!"

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #50 on: Mar 02, 2005 at 06:52 AM »
I like Sesame Street and Batibot!

I hope they could revive the Batibot. With new Pong pagong and Kiko Matsing

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« Reply #51 on: Mar 02, 2005 at 12:39 PM »
All i remember from electric company is the spider-man portion.    

Speaking of Electric Company... does anyone remember Morgan Freeman playing Vincent the Vegetable Vampire?  8)

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #52 on: Jul 15, 2005 at 12:14 AM »
I remember in Sesame Street they had a skit of a cartoon superman promoting the letter S. Favorite ko talaga yon ki usong uso ang superfriends noon.
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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #53 on: Aug 02, 2005 at 11:08 AM »
 ::) Wala na ang Batibot ......... It is part of my growing up days.....

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #54 on: Aug 02, 2005 at 11:56 AM »
Si Kuya Bojie nasa commercial na ngayon ng Mcdo (8-Mcdo).
Sana nga ibalik uli ang Batibot para makilala rin ng mga kids ko si Pong at Kiko ;D

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #55 on: Aug 24, 2005 at 01:56 AM »
i remember one character from sesame st. : the one who paints the number 8 sa mga sandwiches.  he uses jams and other spreads as paint.  remember that guy?

also:  the little bugs at ernie's windowsill:

"we are going to the zoo!"
then they carry their little car made out of matchbox to the zoo kasi nasira.

and they thought big bird had an imaginary friend. si snuffle-apagus(did i spell it right?) pala yun.

and wanda the witch for the letter "W"?

and grover running this way and that while shouting: "nearrrr!"......run run run "farrrrrrr!!!!!"

and big bird's big dog.
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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #56 on: Aug 26, 2005 at 07:25 AM »
 ::) Batibot give Sesame Street a run for its viewership

Kasi very Pinoy ang Dating while Sesame Street although mas maganda ay English naman.

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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #57 on: Sep 09, 2005 at 11:08 PM »
Guys, I don't know if you remember this, but singer James Taylor once performed the song 'Your Smiling Face' with Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street...
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Re: sesame street and batibot memories
« Reply #58 on: Sep 10, 2005 at 04:35 AM »
Guys, I don't know if you remember this, but singer James Taylor once performed the song 'Your Smiling Face' with Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street...


sesame street had a LOT of famous guests.  ;D

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« Reply #59 on: Sep 27, 2005 at 07:24 AM »
Speaking of Electric Company... does anyone remember Morgan Freeman playing Vincent the Vegetable Vampire?  8)




Yup.  :) Was it Rita Wilson who shouted "Hey, you guys !!!?"

Hey, you guys.  Hey,  you guys ?  HEY, YOU GUUUUUUUUYS !!!  ;D