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Little Bo Peep is a famously ineffective shepherdess who is urged in a nursery rhyme to take a laissez faire attitude toward her lost sheep, and let them come home to her rather than trying to find them.

She has appeared as a character on Sesame Street in several different versions, usually made out of the Large Lavender Live Hand Anything Muppet.

Picture Summary Description
"Bo Peep" Little Bo Peep, performed by Fran Brill appears in a 1991 Sesame Street sketch with Bo Jackson, spoofing his "Bo Knows" commercials. In the sketch, Muppets describe all the things that Bo knows, including "Bo knows empty and full" and "Bo knows cookies". At the end, Bo Peep interrupts the sketch to say, "Bo, you don't know Peep!" Jackson introduces himself to Ms. Peep as rock and roll guitarist Bo Diddley shrugs.
Journey to Ernie: Season 35 Ernie poses as Little Bo Peep's sheep to evade Big Bird.
Sesame Street News Flash Kermit tries to help Little Bo Peep (this time performed by Jerry Nelson) find her sheep, with little success.
Checkups at Gina's The Nursery Rhyme Characters show up at Gina's for checkups. (EKA: Episode 4027)
Lost and Found Department Little Bo Peep (Fran Brill) shows up at the lost and found, looking for her sheep. The clerk, a Fat Blue live hand AM (played by Jim Henson) asks her for a description, but she keeps forgetting important details. First he finds her a cat, then a dog, and then her sheep. He asks her how may she had, but she says she wouldn't dare try to count them. He starts counting them himself, then falls asleep.
Wegman's Weimeraner's Batty the Weimeraner appears dressed as Little Bo Peep.
(EKA: Episode 3525)

Book appearances


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