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*[[Robin the Frog]] - ''[[The Case of the Missing Hat]]''
 
*[[Robin the Frog]] - ''[[The Case of the Missing Hat]]''
 
*[[Rowlf the Dog]] - ''[[Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Disappearing Clues]]'' on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' [[Episode 103: Joel Grey|episode 103]].
 
*[[Rowlf the Dog]] - ''[[Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Disappearing Clues]]'' on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' [[Episode 103: Joel Grey|episode 103]].
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*[[Telly Monster]] ([[Brian Muehl]]) in an episode of ''[[Sesame Street]]''. {{youtube|xhBeQUy61Hw}}
 
*[[Telly Monster]] and [[Baby Bear]] in ''[[Computer Caper]]''
 
*[[Telly Monster]] and [[Baby Bear]] in ''[[Computer Caper]]''
 
*A [[Sherlock Holmes (whale)|whale]] portrays [[Sherlock Holmes]] in a ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'' sketch from [[Episode 206: Paula Abdul|Episode 206]].
 
*A [[Sherlock Holmes (whale)|whale]] portrays [[Sherlock Holmes]] in a ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'' sketch from [[Episode 206: Paula Abdul|Episode 206]].

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Detectivewolle2

Wolle accessorizes the mandatory Sherlock cap with sunglasses

In the Muppet world, there is a time honored tradition of playing detective. Outside of such professional investigative figures as Sherlock Hemlock and Colambo, other characters have been known to embark on crime-solving excursions. While deductive reasoning and interrogation have their role to play, the true sign that any character is playing detective is the instant donning of a Sherlock Holmes hat, trenchcoat, and/or the use of an over-sized magnifying glass.

Characters who have taken a turn at sleuthing include the following:

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