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- I added that fact, based on two episodes. In "The Bells of Fraggle Rock", Doc says "You know, Sprocket, you are smarter than the average sheepdog." In "The Grapes of Generosity", Doc says "I try to be generous to a fault. I'm certainly generous to a sheepdog!" Seemed conclusive to me. :) --GrantHarding 17:29, 2 January 2008 (UTC)
- I have no idea about Woofington, or where it comes from. The other is a guess. The Great Doc is specified in as Doc's great-great-uncle in "The Wizard of Fraggle Rock," and his assistant is shown, "The Great Pooch," who looks like Sprocket. But nothing is stated regarding Pooch's relation to Sprocket, if any. The poster assume he's also a great-great-uncle, but it could be something else, or it could just be that the members of Doc's family tend to own the same breed of dog. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 05:27, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Where was Sprocket in Muppet Treasure Island? I know he's in The Muppet Christmas Carol, but I don't recall him being in Treasure Island. Can Deanmo19 (who added this information) or someone explain his cameo? BradFraggle 05:48, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)
- I believe Sprocket is in the bar at the beginning, while Billy Connolly tells the story of the missing treasure. -- TomH 05:48, 7 Jan 2006 (UTC)