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Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Hippies were members of a youth movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

In 1967, Blue Moonbeams were distributed to the hippies in San Francisco. (TN: Wonderland)

Edmund Trevithick's granddaughter joined a hippie commune after her parents' deaths. (NA: Nightshade)

In 1969, a group of hippies set up a commune on L'Ithe, but left a week later, claiming the island was haunted. (MA: The Scales of Injustice)

Hippie culture was revived by the founders of the Psychic Circus. (DW: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

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A nameless bearded hippie character appeared during the first season of Sesame Street.

The puppet is very similar to that of Grump in the Muppet Meeting Films, dressed in a shaggy brown beard and a pair of glasses.

He has also had various performers in the sketches he appeared in, including Frank Oz in "Good Morning Starshine", Jim Henson in the "First and Last" sketch, and Caroll Spinney in Kermit the Frog's lecture on "hair".

The character was also seen in the ending of some episodes holding up the Sesame Street and CTW sign.


Picture Theme First appearance Description
"Good Morning Starshine" Episode 0003 Bob sings "Good Morning Starshine" to a Reddish-Magenta Anything Muppet girl, then is joined by a group of hippies, including this character.

Audio: Bob Sings! (1977, re-recorded version)

‎"Yellow Submarine" Episode 0017 Bob dresses up three Anything Muppets (Fat Blue, Pumpkin, and Purple), who scoot off to their submarine and sing "Yellow Submarine", where they party with other Muppets (including Beautiful Day Monster, Cookie Monster, and this character). For this sketch, the character had eyes.

Audio: The Muppets sing the Beatles: Octopus' Garden/Yellow Submarine (single, 1976)

Kermit's "hair" lecture Episode 0028 Kermit gives out a lecture about hair, and this character shows off his beard as an example.
A Hot Pink Anything Muppet's "backward" and "foward" lecture Episode 0069 With the help of a group of hippie Anything Muppets (including this character and one red-headed hippie) and the proto Grover, a Hot Pink Anything Muppet gives a lecture on "backward" and "forward".
1970 First and Last sketch Episode 0116 The character leads a group of monsters previously seen on The Ed Sullivan Show in a game where they march in a line and then switch direction.

Online: (SSvideo)
SesameStreet's YouTube Channel (YouTube)

See also

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