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Sully (Muppets)

Character

Sully is a construction worker, and a friend and colleague to Biff, who first appeared in Season 5.

Sully is never heard speaking on the show, typically because the talkative Biff never lets him get a word in edgewise. Despite this, it is suggested that he is indeed capable of speech. In the song "Think of Your Fingers," Biff recalls Sully giving him advice on how to remember the number 5. Also, in Big Bird Gets Lost, while drilling loudly, Biff tells Big Bird what Sully says. Most notably, though, there was one time when Biff actually listened to what Sully had to say. This was during the introduction to "This Song is For the Birds". The only thing was, Sully whispered in Biff's ear, so we couldn't hear him. Also, in A Muppet Family Christmas, Sully can clearly be seen singing along in the big chorus numbers.

Sully is a construction worker, and a friend and colleague to Biff, who first appeared in Season 5.

Sully is never heard speaking on the show, typically because the talkative Biff never lets him get a word in edgewise. Despite this, it is suggested that he is indeed capable of speech. In the song "Think of Your Fingers," Biff recalls Sully giving him advice on how to remember the number 5. Also, in Big Bird Gets Lost, while drilling loudly, Biff tells Big Bird what Sully says. Most notably, though, there was one time when Biff actually listened to what Sully had to say. This was during the introduction to "This Song is For the Birds". The only thing was, Sully whispered in Biff's ear, so we couldn't hear him. Also, in A Muppet Family Christmas, Sully can clearly be seen singing along in the big chorus numbers.

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