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  • The Muppet Show (1976–1978) was the brainchild of Jim Henson, and featured the Muppets, a group of puppets and costumed characters. The general set up
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  • Paul Rawlins Roddy McDowall - Mr. Rowan Jelk Sam Jaffe - the Bookman Bruce Forsyth - Swinburne Tessie O'Shea - Mrs. Jessica "Jessie" Hobday John Ericson
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  • starts to jump up and down) I can do a star, Egypshine, Bruce Forsite! General: Bruce Forsyth! George Bush: Okay, I'm bored now. Let's play darts! General:
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  • are you going to say? Jimmy Carr: Brucie. [Forfeit Klaxon goes off - BRUCE FORSYTH] Jimmy Carr: Obviously, if you're watching... Stephen Fry: Love, respect
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  • yet. Simon: Kurt Cobain is now the top earning dead celebrity. So not Bruce Forsyth. If you're watching that on a repeat...and he is dead...that is inaccurate
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  • and you can’t manage something like Wikipedia, that’s a failure. Pete Forsyth of Wiki Strategies, The Big Oops: Sunshine Sachs’ Wikipedia Whitewash,
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  • Constitution, Designed to Change, Rarely Does" (4 December 2008), by Jennifer S. Forsyth, The Wall Street Journal During the Constitutional Convention of 1787
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  • Constitution, Designed to Change, Rarely Does" (4 December 2008), by Jennifer S. Forsyth, The Wall Street Journal' The fact that we are here today to debate raising
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