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David Rudman as VB in The Alphabet Game?
A spin-off from the discussion below. I noticed that David Rudman is listed in the credits for The Alphabet Game. The Lavender AM model in the video is quite similar to Velma Blank (although unconfirmed), but I think that Rudman performed that model because of his name being credited, and because he is Velma's performer. Does anyone have speculations on if he actually performed the model in that video?
Velma Blank as sidekick
You have a mistake. That co-host was a lavender anything muppet lady on "The Alphabet Game" video. I saw it on Youtube.com! Velma Blank was a green anything muppet and she only appeared on "Squeal of Fortune." Also she was a sidekick to Pat Playjacks. --User:BuddyBoy600 5:15pm November 25th, 2008
- I think there might be two versions of Velma Blank. At the end of "The Alphabet Game" when Sonny was signing off, the Lavender Anything Muppet Lady signed off as her name, "Velma Blank." You have to turn up the sound when watching it on Youtube and look at how the Lavender Lady is saying it because she says it very soft against Big Bird talking to Dimples the Dog. But anyway, I thought I might mention it and see what other people think before we make changes. Rocket Stevo (talk) 22:38, 25 November 2008 (UTC)
- That Lavender Anything Muppet lady signed off by saying "Can I bring the rabbit?" There is a correction. I remember it. I saw Sesame Street many times on TV. I watch them everyday on PBS kids Sprout. -- User:BuddyBoy600
- The claim was made by User:MuppetDude in response to BuddyBoy's similar tirade on Talk:Sonny Friendly. But if the video calls her Velma Blank (memories are not reliable, checking videos are), that's a good source. Beyond that, we have unquestionable proof that Velma Blank was also paired with Friendly, from the CTW Archives Muppet Character List, from 1994. If CTW claims she was appearing with Sonny Friendly during that period (mostly in street scenes, it seems), that trumps anyone else's memory. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 23:15, 25 November 2008 (UTC)
- The audio is not just a you tube problem. I have the video, and it's really hard to tell what she says. The closed captioning doesn't even pick it up. --Minor muppetz 23:41, 25 November 2008 (UTC)