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Hoo ha

"Hoo Ha"

Hee Haw was an American television variety show featuring country music which aired on CBS from 1969-1971, and then another twenty years in first run syndication. Inspired by Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the show was hosted by Buck Owens and Roy Clark.

"Muppet Hoo-Haw" was a fictional Muppet show which was shown in episode 201 of Muppets Tonight, when The Artist Formerly Known As Prince was a guest. "Muppet Hoo-Haw" also featured a performance by the Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band.

The video Kids' Favorite Country Songs parodies the opening of Hee-Haw.

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Many individuals who have worked with the Muppets have also been involved with Hee-Haw

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