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* The Seventeenketeers -- seventeen kids in t-shirts that have the number "17" on them, organized by [[Elmo]] in [[episode 3964]].
 
* The Seventeenketeers -- seventeen kids in t-shirts that have the number "17" on them, organized by [[Elmo]] in [[episode 3964]].
 
* [[The National Association of "W" Lovers]] -- chaired by [[Bert]], devoted to the letter [[W]].
 
* [[The National Association of "W" Lovers]] -- chaired by [[Bert]], devoted to the letter [[W]].
* The Triangle Lovers Club -- fraternal order headed by [[the Grand High Triangle Lover]], with the assistance of [[Norman (assistant)|Norman]]; Telly Monster is a key member and local chapter president.
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* The Triangle Lovers Club -- fraternal order headed by [[the Grand High Triangle Lover]], with the assistance of [[Norman (assistant)|Norman]]; Telly Monster is a key member, local chapter president, and "[[Episode 3022|Triangle Lover of the Year]]", 1992.
 
* The Spaceketeers -- from [[Episode 3701]], the members include [[Telly Monster|Telly]], [[Big Bird]], [[Rosita]], [[Elmo]] and [[Lexine]]. The group was formed in honor of [[Slimey]], who went to the moon in [[1998]].
 
* The Spaceketeers -- from [[Episode 3701]], the members include [[Telly Monster|Telly]], [[Big Bird]], [[Rosita]], [[Elmo]] and [[Lexine]]. The group was formed in honor of [[Slimey]], who went to the moon in [[1998]].
 
* Club 40 -- from episode [[Episode 3726|3726]], the club counted to [[40]] together. Members include Telly, [[Baby Bear]], Elmo, three kids, and [[Carlo]].
 
* Club 40 -- from episode [[Episode 3726|3726]], the club counted to [[40]] together. Members include Telly, [[Baby Bear]], Elmo, three kids, and [[Carlo]].
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* Cookie Baking Club: [[Algernon Snerp]] (President)
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* Toaster Lover's Society: [[Mrs. Crustworthy]]
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Latest revision as of 19:33, December 18, 2010

Societyoftinkerers

Muppets are, by nature, social animals. They require the stimulating society of likeminded individuals to discuss weighty matters affecting the world, appreciate letters of the alphabet, or simply wear outlandish costumes. The following is a sampling of such organizations, including fraternities, secret societies, fan clubs, and mail-order clubs.

  • The Top Dog Club -- pedigreed canine association which rejects Sprocket in "Red's Club," and leads to the formation of Sprocket's own tentative "Underdog Club."

Sesame Street ClubsEdit

Countketeers

The Countketeers

SourcesEdit

  1. Sesame Street Unpaved (book)

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