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Mar 30, 2021

[Answer] Who inspired Oscar the Grouch?

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...1. A rude waiter 2. A schoolteacher 3. A bus driver 4. A teacher




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A rude waiter - Oscar the Grouch, one of Sesame Street’s original characters from its 1969 premiere, is famous for his love of trash and noise. Jim Henson got the idea for the green furry monster from a rude waiter at a New York restaurant named Oscar's Salt of the Sea, where Hanson habitually ate lunch. However, the character’s voice was inspired by another NYC mainstay: a cranky cab driver. Caroll Spinney, the original puppeteer behind Oscar, has said that he based the trash-loving creature’s voice on a forty-something cab driver from the Bronx who once took him to a meeting. In his book “The Wisdom of Big Bird (and the Dark Genius of Oscar the Grouch),” Spinney wrote that he realized he had discovered “the ideal model” for the Grouch character, and listened in rapt attention as the driver “went on and on, colorfully expressing his opinion of Mayor Lindsay with a lot of four-letter words.” The Grouch, by the way, was originally imagined as magenta, but debuted with orange fur due to the limits of color television at the time. He only became green during the show’s second season, and explained the color change by saying his vacation at Swamp Mushy Muddy had covered him in slime and mold.:


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