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==1980's Version==
 
==1980's Version==
 
===Summary===
 
===Summary===
The skit was remade in the 1980s with [[Grover]] and other Muppet monsters. The basic plot and joke is the same as the 1969 version, in that Grover wants to be first, but can't keep up with the ever-switching line.
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The skit was remade in the late 1970s (or early 1980s) with [[Grover]] and other Muppet monsters. The basic plot and joke is the same as the 1969 version, in that Grover wants to show what it means to be first in line, but can't keep up with the ever-switching line.
   
 
===Cast===
 
===Cast===
 
*'''[[Grover]]:''' [[Frank Oz]]
 
*'''[[Grover]]:''' [[Frank Oz]]
*'''[[Bruce Monster]]:''' ???
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*'''[[Bruce Monster]]:''' [[Jim Henson]]
*'''[[Maurice Monster]]:''' ???
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*'''[[Maurice Monster]]:''' [[Richard Hunt]]
*'''[[Henry Monster]]:''' ???
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*'''[[Harry Monster]]:''' [[Jerry Nelson]]
   
   

Revision as of 17:01, September 20, 2006

1969 Version

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Summary

A group of Monsters, all veterans of Ed Sullivan sketches, led by Hippie Grump, play a game where they march in a line and then switch direction. Fuzzyface wants to be first and not last, but can't keep up with the ever switching directions. Beautiful Day Monster appears but is referred to as "Fred" by Fuzzyface.

A behind the scenes picture of the Muppeteers working on the sketch was used as the cover for the book Sesame Street and the Reform of Children's Television.

Cast


1980's Version

Summary

The skit was remade in the late 1970s (or early 1980s) with Grover and other Muppet monsters. The basic plot and joke is the same as the 1969 version, in that Grover wants to show what it means to be first in line, but can't keep up with the ever-switching line.

Cast



Transcript

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