ah, you guys are all so young! there was a candy called the “sugar daddy”, which was a caramel strip covered with chocolate on a stick – it plays a significant part in the upcoming “battle of the sexes” – http://ew.com/movies/2017/08/17/battle-of-the-sexes-fall-movie-preview/ – “sugar babies” were the large-raisin-sized smaller version of that – think “reeses pieces”
raymond scott (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_Scott) is a particularly funny and apt choice because he was a composer whose music was oft adapted and employed by carl stalling in the scores of warner brothers looney tunes cartoons, just the sort alice is referencing with her “cats and mice” comment.
as a retired elementary school music teacher, this rings so true to me – open the door to student commentary and three weeks later you’ll get back to the lesson plan.
can’t exactly remember but “capt kangeroo” and/or “the ed sullivan show” used to do chin puppets when i was a kid.
i think i can spot andre in the background crowd of “where the wild things are” – dill was right!
quite a few firesign fans here – good to see!
all furniture in preschool is short.
i think alice and dill are messing with petey.
why aren’t alice and dill in school?
so he can’t play the banjo…