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* In an episode of ''[[Sam and Friends]]'', the "[[Poison to Poison]]" sketch is a lipsynched parody of Murrow's "Person to Person," with [[Harry the Hipster]] taking on the role of cigarette smoking "Ed Burrow."
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* In an episode of ''[[Sam and Friends]]'', the "[[Poison to Poison]]" sketch is a lipsynched parody of Murrow's "Person to Person," with [[Harry the Hipster]] taking on the role of [[Smoking Muppets|cigarette smoking]] "Ed Burrow."
   
 
* On ''[[Dinosaurs]]'', the character [[Edward R. Hero|Edward R. Hero's]] name is a nod to the famed journalist.
 
* On ''[[Dinosaurs]]'', the character [[Edward R. Hero|Edward R. Hero's]] name is a nod to the famed journalist.

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Brian Williams and a chicken wish viewers "Good night, and good cluck"

Edward R. Murrow (1908-1965) was an American broadcast journalist. A pioneer of television news broadcasting, Murrow is best remembered for his television series Person to Person and See It Now, and for his series of news reports on Senator Joseph McCarthy.

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  • Episode 4181 of Sesame Street features a nod to Murrow when a chicken signs off his newscast with "Good night, and good cluck," a play on Murrow's signature sign off of "Good night, and good luck."
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