Leslie Mostly
PERFORMER Michael Earl
DEBUT 1980
PATTERN Lavender

Leslie Mostly was the host of The Leslie Mostly Show, a talk show spoof on Sesame Street during seasons 11 and 12. She interviewed characters from the show via satellite. Her usual sign-off phrase was "Until next time, this is Leslie Mostly saying, until next time."

Segments

Picture Interviewee / EKA Description
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Guy Smiley
Episode 1436
When Leslie interviews Guy Smiley from his home, she asks why he has no furniture. Guy reveals that he has a living room set behind curtain number one, an organist named Buzz Crescendo behind curtain number two, and a studio audience he keeps as pets behind curtain number three. Guy and the organ music encourage the audience into pandemonium while Leslie ends the interview.
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Cookie Monster
Episode 1437
Leslie talks with Cookie Monster about his home, which is made entirely out of cookies of different shapes. By the end of his interview, he devours his whole house.
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The Amazing Mumford
Episode 1447
Leslie interviews Mumford at his home. He demonstrates a trick where he turns himself into a rabbit. When Mumford attempts to become a person again, he succeeds...and accidentally turns Leslie into a rabbit.
Leslie Mostly Grover Charlie's restaurant
Grover
Episode 1453
Leslie interviews Grover from Charlie's Restaurant. Grover talks about how proud he is to be a waiter, while completely ignoring a nearby customer.
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Count von Count
Episode 1457
Leslie interviews The Count in his castle. During the interview, he counts the questions he's being asked.
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CASA
Episode 1457
Leslie has a brief interview with the word CASA.
Leslie Mostly Kermit
Kermit the Frog
Episode 1511
Leslie interviews Kermit in his home where he has several awards on display he received as a television news interviewer. She asks if it's the job he always wanted, but Kermit goes through several careers he considered by way of wearing various hats: a cowboy hat, a chef's hat, and a knight's helmet. She then asks him to show the home viewer how the job of a reporter works, and Kermit repeats the process with the hats until Leslie ends the interview.