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"I wanted to do a show about people who are not 'super,' just working-class people, the people history steps on. (Joss on Firefly)"
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| 05 March 2015
Jim Henson Co. ponders mature puppet fare in 'The Happytime Murders'.
"I suspect it was also inspired by "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and, maybe, just maybe, that infamous puppet episode of Joss Whedon's 'Angel.'"
'Smile Time' was the first thing I thought of as I was reading the article and was happy to see that they at least gave it a mention.
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