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G is for Grover
This page describes a sketch as "G is for Grover". Has anybody here seen this sketch? If so, does it feature the Grover that we all know (proving that he did have the name Grover during the first season, even if for just this one sketch), or could it be a different character with the same name (like another monster, an animated character, an Anything Mupet, or a human child)? --Minor muppetz 03:37, 16 February 2007 (UTC)
- I wouldn't say that it proves that it's Grover. I could cite other examples (for instance, the Sesame Street 35 Years Anniversary Game) where Sesame Workshop just describes him as Grover for the sake of ease. Our research on Muppet Wiki has thus far proven otherwise. —Scott (talk) 20:38, 14 April 2007 (UTC)