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He was indeed on Sesame Street. But not a regular.www.youtube.com/watch
He's a muppet. I'm not saying he was never on it, but he wasn't from it.
He was from it. Kermit just was never owned by Children's Television Networks."Kermit was one of the original main Muppet characters on Sesame Street. Closely identified with the show, Kermit usually appeared as a lecturer on simple topics, a straight man to another Muppet foil (usually Grover, Herry Monster or Cookie Monster), or a news reporter interviewing storybook characters for Sesame Street News. He sang many songs on the show, including "Bein' Green", and appeared in the 1998 video The Best of Kermit on Sesame Street."
*Children's Television Workshop. Later renamed Sesame Workshop.
Oh, and my answer is Sherlock and Lefty. Because I have fucking class.
Hell yeah you do.
What about you
I like Roosevelt Franklin.www.youtube.com/watch
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I did :)
If you did, it wasn't for Bert & Ernie!