After years of swearing that the TV would not become the babysitter, my sister moved back in with her baby, and started taping reruns of the Muppet Show for when there wasn’t anything else on for him to watch. And our old man, being who he was, would rewind the tape to the beginning when the rug rat wandered away from in front of the set, regardless of if the kid had watched it for five minutes or two hours (which never happened).
I’ve seen the first [redacted] fifteen minutes of the [redacted] Star [redacted] Wars episode of the Muppet [redacted] Show at least one [redacted] hundred [redacted] times, and to this day I can’t watch the [redacted] thing.
What was the point of taping eight hours of the show if that was all he’d ever watch?
John Zakour and Scott Roberts