This is a special edition trip report simply cause I've never seen you wear glasses. Also, who the hell is Abby Cadabby? I used to watch Sesame Street and Remember Burt, Erny, Grover, Big Bird, Oscar, The Count, Buster(the horse) Big Bird, Elmo, and a few of the people, but never Abby Cadabby.
the ghost wrote:This is a special edition trip report simply cause I've never seen you wear glasses.
Heh, that's a good point actually. I wear my glasses like 4 days out of the year. Having ridden I305 about 50 times the day before it really dried out my contact lenses so I was sportin' the not-so-sexy glasses this day.
Abby Cadabby is one of the newer characters on Sesame Street. She was introduced in 2006. I give props to a show like Sesame Street that has been around for so long and can still very successfully introduce new characters. Elmo was in the 80s, Zoe in the 90s, Abby in the 2000's, etc...
I just wish they'd bring back the Yip Yip Martians!
Last edited by robbalvey on Sat Apr 10, 2010 11:19 pm.
All right, that would be why I dont remember Abbey Cadabby, I havent watched Seasme Street since maybe 1995 or 96, and even then I wasnt very interested. Of course, Kristen doesnt have the awesome Nickelodean shows of the 90s such as Rugrats, Catdog, Rockos Modern Life, Doug, and my personal favorite Legends of the Hidden Temple. In fact, she doesnt even have Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers or the Gummi Bears on Disney channel.(something like that, they bounced, I remember that)
The What has this new generation come to Ghost LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE FTW!
I was wondering when these pictures would appear on TPR. It was great hanging out with you and Dave (and, yes, I have nothing better to do).
lfdlt2 wrote:Along with the sheep, is the horse a "no really we're still the same" gesture now that the Clydesdales are gone?
They've never had sheep before, but aside from the absence of the Big Bad Wolf, nothing has really changed in terms of operations. What was nice was that BGE and Blackstone actually listened to their guests; people were bummed that the old Clydesdales were gone, so they the park bought new ones.
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