>Off the Beaten Path>Muppets + 6 y.o. boy = ROTFL
Needs more cowbell!
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We'll sit and watch it together just like my dad and I used to every Tuesday night when I was a kid. It's a real bummer that he'll never know his pop-pop.
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Wow, this happy thread quickly turned sad but I have to say very sorry to both zoom-zoom and johnnypebs. Keep those memories alive!
Damn, I'm sorry... I was posted this at work and as such, didn't really put a lot of thought into that. I didn't mean to depress everybody. To compensate, everybody name your favorite muppet and why.
Oh, you didn't bring it down...I'm glad to hear that the Muppets have made fond memories for you to share with your little one. I'll bet you make some new ones, too!
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Think I'm the downer. Sorry. My favs are Statler & Waldorf, the dudes in the balcony. "Why do we always come here? I guess we'll never know. It's kind of like a torture to have to watch the show."
After Statler and Waldorf, my next favorite Muppet is John Denver. I mean, he was on there all the time!
You'll ruin your knees!
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