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Shamefaced confession: I really thought Pepe was a lobster.


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The Muppet Show late

According to my son, he (Pepe, that is) was never on The Muppet Show, but rather a later incarnation called Muppets Tonight. Haven't bothered to Google this info, but it would not surprise me if David were indeed correct.


EDIT, post-Google: David was right. Pepe appeared on Muppets Tonight and made his big-screen debut in Muppets from Space. And, if you're interested, he is now the unofficial spokes-shrimp for Long John Silver's fast (sea)food restaurants. He is a prawn but, "I can do shrimp." See his audition for the spokes-shrimp position here:
http://ljs.winnercomm.com/pepes_lounge.html

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Thank you for that, Nancy. Pepe is my new love, hat hair or no. I will never be able to eat a prawn again. But I can do shrimp!


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Pepe is my new love !! Does your other half know this?!?


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