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Molly discovers a locked wooden chest in her store, but she doesn't have the key. Josie comes by and tells her that the chest is filled with old toys from the previous store owner.
More Key, Key, Where Can You Be? (S01E06) is the sixth episode of season one of "Big Bag" released on Sun Jul 07, 1996. amp; 2 people watched this episode. In case of spoilers! Display anyway.
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File:Big Bag TV series. Puppetry Educational Sketch comedy. Big Bag is an American children's television series targeted at preschool viewers. It was co-produced by Cartoon Network and Sesame Workshop, with puppet characters created by The Jim Henson Company. It aired from 1996 to 1998 alongside another program titled Small World. Localized versions of Big Bag aired on Canal J in France and Yorkshire Television in the UK. It was shown on Cartoon Network's Tickle-U block from 2005-07 and continued to air reruns until 2010. 6. "Key, Key, Where Can You Be?" 7 July 1996 (1996-07-07). Molly discovers a locked wooden chest in her store, but she does not have the key.
Big Bag is an American children's television series created by Nina Elias-Bamberger for Cartoon Network. It was targeted at preschool viewers. The show was co-produced by Cartoon Network and Sesame Workshop (which was called the Children's Television Workshop at the time), with Muppet characters created by The Jim Henson Company. Big Bag. Genre. Key, Key, Where Can You Be?" July 7, 1996. Big Bag at Moviefone.
Troubles the Cat (segment "Troubles the Cat") 29 episodes, 1996-1998. Mouse (segment "Slim Pig") 29 episodes, 1996-1998. Little Owl (segment "Slim Pig") 29 episodes, 1996-1998. 29 episodes, 1996-1998. Nina (segment "Samuel and Nina") 29 episodes, 1996-1998. Sarah (segment "Troubles the Cat") 29 episodes, 1996-1998. Avery (segment "Ace and Avery") 29 episodes, 1996-1998.
Some delicious Key physical bits, as per usual, but the sketch drags on a bit too long. 280. Phone Call (Season 1, Episode 1) In the opening sketch of the very first episode (with laugh track!), K&P turn up their black voices on their respective phone calls, each fearing the other one will mug him. 279. Brothers (Season 3, Episode 13) We gonna be brothers now. 278. Obama’s Anger Translator: Victory (Season 2, Episode 7) The Anger Translator sketches came to define K&P, though it’s safe to say nothing was ever as strong as the first Luther meeting. 254. Diametrically Opposed (Season 4, Episode 11) A Crossfire-type show accidentally books two Republicans. Oops! It’s funny because you can see it actually happening. 253. Lil Wayne (Season 1, Episode 1) Lil Wayne coming to you straight from Rikers!
The following is a list of events affecting American television during 1996. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel initiations, closures and rebrandings, as well as information about controversies and disputes. 1996 in the United States. List of American films of 1996.
|Episode credited cast:|
|Maria Conchita Alonso||-||Troubles the Cat (segment "Troubles the Cat") (voice)|
|Ashleigh Ball||-||Mouse (segment "Slim Pig") (voice)|
|Holly Bobo||-||Little Owl (segment "Slim Pig") (voice)|
|Rickey Boyd||-||Bag / Argyle McSock (voice)|
|Fran Brill||-||Nina (segment "Samuel and Nina") (voice)|
|Ashley Carin||-||Sarah (segment "Troubles the Cat") (voice)|
|Kevin Clash||-||Avery (segment "Ace and Avery") (voice)|
|Jeff Conover||-||Additional Muppet Performer (voice)|
|Alice Dinnean||-||Sofie (voice)|
|Cullen Douglas||-||Bernard the Crossing Guard / Doc Furrball / Waldo|
|Allen Enlow||-||Samuel (segment "Samuel and Nina") (voice)|
|Ashley Jones||-||Neighborhood Kid #1|
|Pam Lewis||-||Little Chick (segment "Slim Pig") (voice)|
|Joey Mazzarino||-||Chelli / Lyle the Sock (voice)|