[Groop]Arndt de Groot. & Wasa
Thu, 07 Mar 2002 21:41:12 -0800
Hey, not all of us actually think Groo appeared in the Bloopers bumper
animations! :-} Depending on when you ask Sergio about them, it's either
"No, I don tink so...." or "jes, maybee Groo deed."
Gary Grossmann wrote:
>Yes, I will definitely have to put the WASA Museum on my list of places to
>go when I visit Europe; somewhere in between visiting Turkey and Croatia to
>find Turkish and Yugoslavian Groos, visiting France to track down all the
>Smokehouse 5's and Buzz& Bells that were never published in the US, and
>visiting Dick Clark Productions to figure out a way to get a video of when
>Groo appeared in Sergio's bumpers for TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes. (I
>figure it's gotta be somewhere in Europe because cloning isn't illegal there
>and that's the only explanation for Dick Clark.) Then it's off to Malaysia
>to buy The Sun Newspaper to get their archives of serialized Groos. From
>what Azamin says, I should beable to buy the whole place for about a buck
>and a quarter. Take care all -Gary G.
>PS And maybe someday I'll find a Sketch Card.
>PPS Don't say ANYTHING, Shane.
>PPPS And Shane, I still hate you.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Vaughn Seward" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 8:21 AM
>Subject: [Groop]Arndt de Groot. & Wasa
>>I believe this event was documented in an issue of the National Geographic
>>with artistic renditions of seaman perishing and such. Knowing what we
>>now they should have commissioned Sergio for doing the artwork (and Mark
>>write the story). A tiny Groo could even have been hidden somewhere to
>>satisfy Mr. Gary "Groomanic" Grossman (GGG).
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