One More Personality Test

Posted: 08/23/2007 by that's Elbert in culture, Fun, Just For Fun

To keep up with Jeff The Baptist:


You Are Scooter


Brainy and knowledgeable, you are the perfect sidekick.
You’re always willing to lend a helping hand.
In any big event or party, you’re the one who keeps things going.
“15 seconds to showtime!”

The Muppet Personality Test

I should probably stop taking these things. So I’m Ernie and Scooter. I wonder if you merged the two… nah.

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Comments
  1. swampcritter2 says:

    I hate Sesame Street. They should have quit when Mr. Hooper died. Remember how they explained to all those little twerps their take on Mr. Hooper’s demise. A secular human afterlife complete with counseling.

  2. I don’t remember what they did when Mr. Looper, I mean Mr. Hooper passed away. Can you refresh my memory?

  3. swampcritter2 says:

    Elbert, Mr. Looper, I mean Mr. Hooper died several years ago. At least 10 years ago maybe more. I should say that the actor who portrayed Mr. Hooper died. I can’t recall his name at the time. The producers decided that since this actor died and they could find no other actor to play the part of Mr. Hooper to their satisfaction, they would simply continue taping and inform the very young viewing audience that Mr. Hooper had bought the farm. Since most children that watch Sesame Street are so young as to have no frame of reference as regards death, the adults on the show (who talk and act like children anyway) explained to the children that Mr. Hooper wouldn’t be back, was gone for good, etc., drivel, etc. The most pathetic part was when a cast member explained to Big Bird what death was. This particular episode no doubt caused convulsions of ecstasy for every child psychologist in the U.S. of A.

  4. OK, the actor that portrayed Mr. Hooper was Will Lee. His Wikipedia article is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_Lee

    One interesting part in this: he was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. I probably shouldn’t be surprised.