“My father liked to do everything – or at least a lot of the stuff – himself. Like the building work, and yard work, and landscaping... all of that. So we used to do a lot of that. It was a pretty creative house, though. He used to have all of us kids mosaic a bathroom when we were real young – all under 10. I remember we painted the kitchen, and each one of us painted a cabinet. He also used to make those insert films for Sesame Street in the house on the weekends. So we used to be helping with his work and helping around the house – it was all sort-of one big thing to us.”
- In a Sesame Street News Flash sketch, the first five of The Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe's children are named Heather, Johnny, Brian, Lisa and Cheryl.
- ↑ IGN interview with Brian Henson
- ↑ Henson, Heather. Orange Co. History Center's Grand Opening ceremonies for Jim Henson's Fantastic World. February 2009. audio
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