Hello, I hate to admit the obessive amount of time that I have spent trying to find a picture/image of the Gym Dandy Sesame Street swing set from the 80's. That is how I found this page. I have "googled" as much as my brain can take trying to find the swing set. I don't know if this is the right way to go about asking for help, but I like to get directly to the point if possible. Thank you in advance for any help with this elusive project of mine.
Hi! Someone sent this to us through our Facebook page asking if we knew anything about it. Apparently it's unmarked. I couldn't find it in the Collectibles category. Do we have it somewhere and I'm missing it?
Heya! Michael added a Mention to the Child's Play article, so I downloaded got a screenshot of a Muppet Babies playhouse that I'm pretty sure we don't have yet. I couldn't find anything on Google or eBay, but I thought I'd bring it to your attention to keep an eye out for since you dip into the merch end more than I do.
So, it's starting to look like pretty much every one of Piggy's dresses lately has been designed by Vivienne Westwood. There's no source yet, but I'm sure it's just a matter of time before they confirm this and this are, too.
Just thought I'd let you know that they sneakily upped the allowed file size for the background image; even doubled it! I saw it by sheer chance when adding our "Springtime Robin." So now we're at 300kb, and looking much crisper. :)
Nothing! It was actually a huge anticlimax. It was a big plotline that went through the whole day, leading up to Miss Piggy and Joan Rivers ending their feud. Joan said that she would teach Piggy about how to sell a branded collection, and then that led into Joan's hour-long show. And... we didn't see the Muppets after that. After a while, the hosts started to refer to the Muppets in the past tense, and it was over.
So -- it was more fun than I'd expected, but weird that they didn't have anything to promote after all the build-up.