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Is it worth mentioning here that one of the puppets tripped Caroll Spinney up in the finale of 'Here Come The Puppets'? I suppose the perform couldnt see that well as he was dressed in black, and Caroll was wearing roller skates and the bottom half of Bruno the Trashman. Watch just as he goes off stage and you'll see him fall over with Oscar in his hands! - User:Warrick 18:31, April 21, 2009
- It would be better to note any goofs and such on the actual production page. It's not especially relevant to the characters themselves. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 17:59, 5 June 2009 (UTC)
Do we know who performed the five Clodhoppers in episode 120 of The Muppet Show? The Performers section of the episode 120 page says that Jim Henson and Frank Oz performed one each. What is the source of this information, and who would the other three performers be? -- Peter (talk) 16:06, 13 October 2006 (UTC)
- I think that, like the Mutations, there is no concievable way to say exactly who was performing each of the Clodhoppers (unless we miraculously get information from an inside source). However, during the Valerie Harper number, I seem to remember one of them saying "Hey!" I'll watch that episode again and pay close attention to the voice and the credits, but since there were five puppets and seven core first-season performers, anything past whoever uttered that one line is pure conjecture. It would make sense that Jim and Frank each performed one, since they were the two most prominent performers, but there's no way to tell for sure.
- TWO WEEKS LATER: Yep, definitely sounds like Jim. Too bad we'll never know who performed the other four. Chunk 17:07, 17 October 2006 (UTC)
- I don't think we need to specify this... There are five of them. There were five major Muppet performers at the time. It doesn't take a lot to say -- probably one each. I'm going to take the unknown performer box and category off; it doesn't seem relevant on this page. -- Danny (talk) 02:16, 6 June 2009 (UTC)