Show #174 – September 12, 2010

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Ryan Dozier, owner of The Muppet Mindset, joins me this week to talk about the Mindset’s first anniversary. We reminisce over a very successful first year, his contributors and all the work they produce, and where the Muppet fan community is going in the future. Congratulations again to the Muppet Mindset!

The MuppetCast is sponsored by The Fingerbucket Report and Bell, Book & Comic. Life should be more Fun!

Darrin Granter has links to another episode of Terry Angus’s “Blizzard Island”:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Maybe it’s just because I’m hungry right now, but…Muppet cupcakes!

Listener D.W. McKim is unloading some of his Muppet collection, and while eBay is always an option, he’s trying to ensure that these prized Muppet possessions go to a good home. You know, trying to keep them in the Muppet fan family. So if you’re interested in adding to your own collection, email him.

Disney’s Muppets Studio is evidently gearing up to start their new “Muppets Kitchen” web series with TV chef Cat Cora.

Getchyer Muppet laptop, cell phone, and iPod covers right here! Lots to choose from, so get ’em while they’re hot.

Sesame Workshop President & CEO Gary E. Knell shared some thoughts on the recent opening of the “Sesame Street Illustration” exhibition opening at the Los Angeles Public Library.

Kevin Clash and Leslie Carrara-Rudolph were recently in Australia, and here was just one stop made by Elmo on the well-known Australian TV show “Rove Live”.

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Have a great week!

-Steve

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Steve is a lifelong Muppet fan. He is the owner of FanPress, a media company specializing in telling inspiring stories in fandom. He is also a musician, songwriter, and teacher. Currently his favorite instrument is the ukulele. As such, he recently launched UcanUke, a music coaching website, where students of all ages and skill levels can learn in personalized online lessons.

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