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The '''Bats''' are pets of [[Count von Count]] on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. According to the book ''[[There's No Place Like Home]]'' two thousand and twelve bats living in [[Count von Count's Castle|the Count's castle]], but only some have names, such as Grisha, Misha, Sasha, and Tattiana. In the book ''[[The Count Counts a Party]]'', his number one bat is identified as Lyuba. On [[Sesamestreet.org]]'s main page video for Number 5 Day (May 15, 2009), one of the Count's bats is named Louis.
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The '''Bats''' are pets of [[Count von Count]] on ''[[Sesame Street]]''. According to the book ''[[There's No Place Like Home]]'' two thousand and twelve bats living in [[Count von Count's Castle|the Count's castle]], but only some have names, such as Grisha, Misha, Sasha, and Tattiana. In the book ''[[The Count Counts a Party]]'', his number one bat is identified as Lyuba. On [[Sesamestreet.org]]'s main page video for Number 5 Day (May 15, 2009), one of the Count's bats is named Louis.
   
 
The bats rarely speak; most of the time they just flap around like real bats do. In one 1970s sketch when the bats spoke, the leading bat was voiced by [[Frank Oz]].
 
The bats rarely speak; most of the time they just flap around like real bats do. In one 1970s sketch when the bats spoke, the leading bat was voiced by [[Frank Oz]].
   
As a singing group, they have been credited as [[Ftatateeta and the Bats]] on "[[The Batty Bat]]" and "[[Count Up to Nine]]."
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As a singing group, they have been credited as [[Ftatateeta and the Bats]] on "[[The Batty Bat]]" and "[[Count Up to Nine]]."
   
 
On ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', [[Judy Collins]] performed "[[Leatherwing Bat]]" with [[Brown Bat]] in [[Episode 205: Judy Collins|episode 205]], and some more realistic bats were featured in [[Episode 119: Vincent Price|Episode 119]] and in the [[Dracula]]-themed number, "[[Welcome to My Nightmare]]" in [[Episode 307: Alice Cooper|episode 307]]. Bats were also featured in the "[[Bats: the Musical]]" sketch in [[Episode 108: Jason Alexander|episode 108]] of ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'', in which host [[Jason Alexander]] and his old college buddy [[Gonzo]] wore bat costumes for the performance.
 
On ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', [[Judy Collins]] performed "[[Leatherwing Bat]]" with [[Brown Bat]] in [[Episode 205: Judy Collins|episode 205]], and some more realistic bats were featured in [[Episode 119: Vincent Price|Episode 119]] and in the [[Dracula]]-themed number, "[[Welcome to My Nightmare]]" in [[Episode 307: Alice Cooper|episode 307]]. Bats were also featured in the "[[Bats: the Musical]]" sketch in [[Episode 108: Jason Alexander|episode 108]] of ''[[Muppets Tonight]]'', in which host [[Jason Alexander]] and his old college buddy [[Gonzo]] wore bat costumes for the performance.
   
[[Leia the Fruit Bat]] was featured in the [[Episode 102: Dolphin & Fruit Bat|second episode]] of ''[[The Animal Show]]'', and the puppet was reused as [[Benny the Bat]] on ''[[Bear in the Big Blue House]]''.{{cite}}
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[[Leah the Fruit Bat]] was featured in the [[Episode 102: Dolphin & Fruit Bat|second episode]] of ''[[The Animal Show]]'', and the puppet was later reused as [[Benny the Bat]] on ''[[Bear in the Big Blue House]]''.{{cite}}
   
 
==Book appearances==
 
==Book appearances==

Revision as of 03:06, July 29, 2011

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The Bats are pets of Count von Count on Sesame Street. According to the book There's No Place Like Home two thousand and twelve bats living in the Count's castle, but only some have names, such as Grisha, Misha, Sasha, and Tattiana. In the book The Count Counts a Party, his number one bat is identified as Lyuba. On Sesamestreet.org's main page video for Number 5 Day (May 15, 2009), one of the Count's bats is named Louis.

The bats rarely speak; most of the time they just flap around like real bats do. In one 1970s sketch when the bats spoke, the leading bat was voiced by Frank Oz.

As a singing group, they have been credited as Ftatateeta and the Bats on "The Batty Bat" and "Count Up to Nine."

On The Muppet Show, Judy Collins performed "Leatherwing Bat" with Brown Bat in episode 205, and some more realistic bats were featured in Episode 119 and in the Dracula-themed number, "Welcome to My Nightmare" in episode 307. Bats were also featured in the "Bats: the Musical" sketch in episode 108 of Muppets Tonight, in which host Jason Alexander and his old college buddy Gonzo wore bat costumes for the performance.

Leah the Fruit Bat was featured in the second episode of The Animal Show, and the puppet was later reused as Benny the Bat on Bear in the Big Blue House.[citation needed]

Book appearances

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