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During the early years, [[Harvey Kneeslapper]] pulled a lot of pranks on others. He probably rivaled [[Ernie]] as Sesame Street's practical joker.
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==Individual Skits==
 
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*'''Do You Know Where I Wanna B?'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper asks a man, "Do you know whre I wanna B?" The man doesn't know. Harvey says, "I wanna B right here!", and then slaps a B onto the victims chest.
 
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*'''Picture of U'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper goes to [[Fat Blue]] and asks, "Can I take a picture of U?" Fat Blue gives him permission, but Harvey tells him that his shoes are untied, and when Fat Blue looks down, Harvey slaps the letter U on top of Fat Blue's head and takes a picture of it.
 
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*'''Harvey Kneeslapper and The Pogo Stick'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper is bounching on a pogo stick. A muppet walks up to him and comments on the pogo stick, saying that he'd like to try it. Harvey asks him, "You want two?"
 
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*'''Do Ya Got an A on Ya?'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper asks a passerby if he has an A on him. The passerby doesn't, so Harvey puts one on him.
 
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*'''X Marks The Spot'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper puts a letter X on [[Fat Blue]].
 
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*'''Toys in The Closet'''
 
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:'''Part 1'''
 
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::Harvey Kneeslapper fills up his closet with so many toys that when somebody opens it, all of the toys in the closet will fall on that person.
 
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:'''Part 2'''
 
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::Harvey's prank has backfired. Instead of toys falling, the closet leads to another place.
 
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:'''Part 3'''
 
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::Harvey is annoyed over his prank backfiring so he opens the door and get's what he deserves.
 
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*'''Wanna C?'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper looks inside a paper bag and laughs and asks his next victim if he wants a C.
 
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*'''Ya Want One?'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper holds a cookie and asks his next victim if he wants one. It's better to just say no.
 
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*'''Harvey Kneeslapper and The Mail Man'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper tells the mail man that he has a letter for his mother: the letter R! (Note: A similar practical joke was pulled in [[The Muppet Show]] [[Episode 115: Candice Bergan]], which also included the letter R and was pulled by another [[Frank Oz]] character, [[Fozzie Bear]])
 
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*'''Harvey Kneeslapper and his joy buzzer'''
 
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:Harvey Kneslapper explains to the audience that he is holding a joy buzzer in his hand and plans on asking somebody to give him a five, shocking his victims hand. However, when he asks a victim '''Gimmie Five!''', his victim slaps a number five on him.
 
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*'''Wanna see something funny?'''
 
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:In the park, Harvey Kneeslapper plans to ask a man, "Wanna see something funny?" then hold up a mirror in front of the man. Instead, the man laughs at Harvey's funny face.
 
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*'''Confetti gag'''
 
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:Harvey Kneeslapper sets up a bucket of confetti on top of a partially opened door, so that whoever goes through the door will get the confetti dumped on them. Instead, a little girl walks by and closes the door, so that the confetti lands on Harvey!
 
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*'''Man In Snowstorm'''
 
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:'''Part 1'''
 
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::Kermit has gotten a phone call about there being a man who is standing out in a terrible snow storm, and Kermit wants to find that man and interview him.
 
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:'''Part 2'''
 
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::Kermit is still looking for the man.
 
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:'''Part 3'''
 
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::Harvey Kneeslapper informs Kermit that he is the one who made the call, which was a prank call. As it turns out, Kermit was the man standing out in the storm.
 
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:'''3 sticks'''
 
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::Harvey is watching three sticks on a brick wall when a man shows up and says "3 sticks where?" Then Harvey says "3 sticks right here!" and throws a number 3 on the man's head.
 
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[[Category: Sesame Street Sketches]]
 

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