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Flyap/Flyapp flap

In the Jim Henson's Red Book entry posted today, Flyap is spelled with one P. But I see Aleal's previous comments, so... Hmm, what to go with? -- Ozzel 17:21, September 26, 2010 (UTC)

There's a redirect in place, so that will have to do until the two Henson sources can duke it out. — scarecroe@fandom 19:54, November 4, 2010 (UTC)

Music backing this sketch

I was watching this sketch on the Muppets Magic DVD recently and it struck me that the music for this sketch was very familiar. Ten years later or so, it was slowed down and used for "Sax and Violence" on the Connie Stevens episode of The Muppet Show.Joinery1 19:42, 27 April 2008 (UTC)

Title and Sketch Details

This is a great addition, as one of the classic repeated sketches. However, I've taken the liberty of moving it to "Sclrap Flyapp," sans dash, as that's how it was listed on and in Designs and Doodles. More importantly, though, the description seems a bit heavily weighted towards the version of the sketch used on The Muppet Show, which I haven't seen in ages (I only have the "Ed Sullivan" version, and have never seen the Today or Tonight appearances). The descriptions of the puppet colors and slogans certainly don't match the Sullivan version. Can anyone offer more details on the different versions, or should the character listings be re-worked in vaguer terms (the relationships amongst the three are consistent, if phrases and the actual puppet compositions aren't). --Andrew, Aleal 01:22, 11 February 2006 (UTC)

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