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The original 1996 production
Aunt Ursula, Uncle Grizzly and Baby Bear.

1-2-3 Imagine! is a Sesame Street Live show originally produced in 1996 by VEE Corporation. It was repeated in 2002 and 2005. In 2009, it was revived again as 1-2-3 Imagine! with Elmo & Friends, as the newest addition to the 30th anniversary tour of Sesame Street Live

Sam the mail carrier visits Sesame Street to deliver postcards. Knowing the Muppets miss their pen pals, Sam shares the secret that they can visit distant places if they use their imaginations. Rosita goes to Mexico for a special birthday fiesta with her abuela; Ernie becomes captain of the Good Ship Rubber Duckie; and Elmo plays drums in an African rainforest.

Sam, or "Samantha", is the only human character to appear in the Sesame Street Live show 1-2-3 Imagine! Originally portrayed as a man in the 1996 show, the revised version has the role being taken over by a woman. Sam is the mail carrier on Sesame Street, and delivers mail to Big Bird and friends. She is the show's only "miked" performer.

With the exception of Baby Bear, no other Sesame Street character stayed in full costume throughout the whole show. Each of the Muppets' performers played at least one minor character in the show. For example, Big Bird's performer played a dancing octupus in Bert's underwater scene, while Elmo and Zoe's perfomers also played the extra fish. Another example is Barkley's performer playing Uncle Grizzly during the camping scene.


Big Bird, Oscar, Elmo, Zoe, Rosita, Barkley, Roxie Marie, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, Baby Bear, Grover, Prairie Dawn, Honkers, Jodie, Samantha, Aunt Ursula and Uncle Grizzly


Todd Alan Crain - Sam the Postman [1]



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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Mentioned-only character
race: Human
affiliation: United States
role: Mother
mentioned in: Fallout 3

Samantha was a mother of one in 2077.


Samantha bought her son a Chinese Commando costume for Halloween just before the Great War. This spooked her neighbor Gabriella, who considered reporting the boy to the Vigilant Citizen's Hotline, as evidenced by the Neighborly Letter.


Samantha is only mentioned in Fallout 3.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Lady Samantha
"I...No training could prepare one for this..."
—Lady Samantha

Lady Samantha (サマンサ, Samansa) is an officer of the Order of the Crimson Blades in Vagrant Story. In spite of her appearance, she is a knight who takes an active role in combat. She is the lover of her commander, Romeo Guildenstern and shares his dream of being together forever as immortals. She is the only character to call him by his first name, "Romeo", a sign of their affection to one other. Unlike the other Crimson Blades, she is shown to be fearful for the losses of so many men during the attack on Leá Monde. The game shows that she has a similar mind wavelength as that of the hero, Ashley Riot, allowing him to view her mind as a way of eavesdropping on Crimson Blade meetings.


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Samantha finds her demon in the one she loves.

Samantha stays by Guildenstern's side for almost the entire game and is his loyal companion. At one point, Sydney Losstarot appears before the two and tells Samantha that her lover may not equal her in loyalty, though Samantha takes no heed of these words. During a meeting with Lady Neesa, Samantha shows some doubts about things when she hears of the great losses the Crimson Blades had taken. Sydney attacks Samantha to distract Guildenstern long enough for him to teleport his friend, John Hardin, to safety.

In the end, Guildenstern betrays his lover by using her as an unwitting sacrifice so that he may take the power of the Dark for himself. After wounding her fatally, Guildenstern tells her that this is necessary for the fulfillment of their dream. Samantha calmly tells her lover that this is not true. She realizes that there is no place for her in his dream, and that Guildenstern was using her the entire time. Her corpse falls off the roof of the Grand Cathedral, her story ending in tragedy.


  • The Esper Zalera from Final Fantasy XII carries a shaman embedded in its right wing. While details are not clear, it is believed that this shaman is an incarnation of Samantha.

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