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*The show was parodied in the ''[[Dinosaurs]]'' episode "[[Episode 304: Network Genius|Network Genius]]" as ''Economics Hoe-Down''
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*The series was spooed as "Muppet Hoo-Haw" in ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'' [[Episode 201: The Artist Formerly Known As Prince|episode 201]] of ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'', with guest star [[Prince|The Artist Formerly Known As Prince]]. "Muppet Hoo-Haw" also featured a performance by the [[Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band]].
 
*The series was spooed as "Muppet Hoo-Haw" in ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'' [[Episode 201: The Artist Formerly Known As Prince|episode 201]] of ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'', with guest star [[Prince|The Artist Formerly Known As Prince]]. "Muppet Hoo-Haw" also featured a performance by the [[Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band]].
   

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Hoo ha

"Hoo Ha"

Hayseed band

The Hoo-Haw Ha Ha Ha Hayseed Band.

Hee Haw was an American television variety show featuring country music which aired on CBS from 1969 to 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.

Bernie Brillstein's first big "package deal" from the Brillstein Company was Hee-Haw, which he recalled in his memoir Where Did I Go Right? followed his failed sale of The Muppet Show to CBS.

Appearances

References

Connections

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

Sources

  1. Hee Haw (a Titles & Air Dates Guide)

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