Children's Bracket: Fraggle Rock (4) vs. Hilarious House of Frightenstein (13) (Poll Closed)


  • Jenny - 4 years ago

    I am beside myself the Fraggle won out!!! Sure, muppets but the pure genius, versatilty and madness of Billy Van!! Ouch!!! This one hurt

  • raymond - 4 years ago

    HHoF was pure genius on so many levels-- I don't understand why this is happening.

    WAIT-- is this going to be like the old librarian that tries to spin it at the end, a la "did I get you?"

    Come on people-- we have to turn this around

  • Kim - 4 years ago

    HOW IS HHOF LOSING LIKE THIS!!?? How dare you pit these two against each other!??! I hate you!!!!!! (No, I don’t.) (yes, I do.)

  • J - 4 years ago

    HHOF looks hilarious but I don't remember it. :(

  • Miriam - 4 years ago

    How could this show not beat Fraggle Rock? Billy Vance did almost every character. The show was true genius. I can't believe people aren't voting for it.

  • Angelique Evelyn Chasse - 4 years ago

    I loved HHOF!
    Grizelda the witch was my best part of the show. I always wondered when I was younger was how on earth she made the big bong noise everytime she hit her head on that pot! Lol. Classic.

  • Paul - 4 years ago

    Not nearly enough love for Hilarious House of Frightenstein! Fraggle Rock was cool, of course, but I had to give it to the one I have more memories of watching.

  • Andrew - 4 years ago

    How do you not love Vincent Price?

  • Kate - 4 years ago

    I loved HHoF, but once when I was watching a super disturbing commercial about kidney disease came on and I was so afraid that it might show up again that I could no longer enjoy the show. So thanks for that, Kidney Foundation.

  • Matt - 4 years ago

    The good thing about HHoF was that it kept moving. If you didn’t like a bit, you could relax, knowing you’d probably like the next bit. And Vincent Price was in it sometimes, right?!

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