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File:Sclrap_Flyapp_Jim_Henson_sketch.jpg|Jim Henson's original sketch for the Sclrap Flyapp characters.
 
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File:GUE_sclrapyflyapBTS_1963_02.jpg|[[Jerry Juhl]], [[Don Sahlin]] and [[Jane Henson]] on ''The Today Show'', 1963.
 
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Scrapflap

Sclrap Flyapp is a sketch featured many times on variety shows. The Sclrap Flyapp alien blows smoke at anyone that doesn't say "Sclrap Flyapp," especially a snail-like alien who prefers to say "merp."

Jim Henson introduced the sketch on The Today Show, reused it on The Tonight Show, and in its best remembered outing, on The Ed Sullivan Show. It was later reworked into the sketch "Hugga Wugga", which was performed on The Muppet Show in episode 118.

Performed

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Jim Henson's Red Book | 9/26/1969 “Tonight Show – did ‘Glowworm’ and ‘Sclrap Flyap’”

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