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==References==
 
==References==
*[[Sesame Street Magazine (Sep 2004)|Sesame Street Magazine]] features a pullout poster --- "Sesame Squares." The ''[[Sesame Street]]'' characters [[Bert and Ernie]], [[Cookie Monster]], [[Prairie Dawn]], [[Rosita]], [[Big Bird]], [[Elmo]], [[Oscar the Grouch]], [[Zoe]] and [[Two-Headed Monster]] appear in the squares. Ernie comments "Hey, Bert, it's hip to be square!" and Cookie Monster, who is holding a piece of bread, quips "Me always try to eat a square meal. Yum, yum!" The poster is not intended as a spoof of the game format, but rather as an actual tic-tac-toe game. However, the design is very similar in appearance to ''Hollywood Squares's'' tic-tac-toe board of celebrities.
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*[[Sesame Street Magazine (Sep 2004)]] features a pullout poster --- "Sesame Squares." The ''[[Sesame Street]]'' characters [[Bert and Ernie]], [[Cookie Monster]], [[Prairie Dawn]], [[Rosita]], [[Big Bird]], [[Elmo]], [[Oscar the Grouch]], [[Zoe]] and [[Two-Headed Monster]] appear in the squares. Ernie comments "Hey, Bert, it's hip to be square!" and Cookie Monster, who is holding a piece of bread, quips "Me always try to eat a square meal. Yum, yum!" The poster is not intended as a spoof of the game format, but rather as an actual tic-tac-toe game. However, the design is very similar in appearance to ''Hollywood Squares's'' tic-tac-toe board of celebrities.
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 03:44, February 3, 2007

Carol channing and big bird

Carol Channing and Big Bird on Hollywood Squares

Hollywood Squares is a famed American game show where contestants compete for prizes while playing Tic Tac Toe. It was hosted by Peter Marshall from 1966 to 1981, John Davidson from 1986 to 1989, and Tom Bergeron from 1998 to 2004.

Appearances of the Muppets during the 1998 to 2004 revival include Kermit, Miss Piggy, Big Bird, Gonzo, Bear and Elmo.

Appearances

Trivia

  • Hollywood Squares is where Big Bird met M*A*S*H actor Gary Burghoff, who inspired Big Bird to name his teddy bear Radar.

References

External Links

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