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According to Muppet Wiki, "Guy Smiley is, by his own account, America's Favorite Game Show Host. On Sesame Street, he has hosted recurring game shows such as "Beat the Time", "Here is Your Life" and "What's My Part." Also, one-shot game shows such as "The Triangle Is Right", "The Addition Game" and "This is Your Lunch." In a game show called "Pick Your Pet" (from Season 1 (1969-70)), he was named Sonny Friendly (which later became the name of a different Sesame Street game show host). He was first named Guy Smiley in "The Mr. and Mrs. Game", also from Season 1. Guy also demonstrated plenty of singing talent. Some performances include "Air", "They Can't Take That Away From Me" (with Cookie Monster), and "I'll Love You in Springtime", with a low singing voice similar to Link Hogthrob's. Guy also appeared as a host on non-game show sketches, including "The Weather Show", "The Letter of the Day Pageant" and "On Vacation with Guy Smiley." Sometimes, he didn't sing or host a show. One time, he took his entire studio audience out for lunch. He is made from an Orange Gold Anything Muppet."
 
Main Performers:
Jim Henson (1969-1990)
Eric Jacobson (2005-present)
 
Alternate Performers:
Don Reardon - Let's Make a Word (1995) and Get Set to Learn (1996)
Caroll Spinney - Brand X commercial (1969)

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