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PHOTO GALLERY: 'Pepper and Friends' says goodbye

Friday, September 18, 2009 | 12:46 p.m. CDT; updated 1:32 p.m. CDT, Friday, September 18, 2009
Paul Pepper from "Pepper and Friends" sings "When You're Smiling" with fans of the show. "Pepper and Friends" aired its last show Friday on KOMU.

The TV show "Pepper and Friends" came to an end Friday after 27 years on the air. KOMU will fill its void with "Access Hollywood" and "Inside Edition." Host Paul Pepper is moving to a  segment with radio station KBIA/91.3 FM.

As the final show of "Pepper and Friends" comes to an end, Janel DeArmond is sad to see it go. DeArmond worked for the show for five years in various positions.
Paul Pepper waves goodbye to the cameras on his last show of "Pepper and Friends."
Co-host and Producer James Mouser, Paul Pepper, Chuck Everitt and Libby Gill get emotional as the final show of "Pepper and Friends" nears its end on Friday.
Travis McMillen, James Mouser and Paul Pepper sing along with Cookie Hagan from the Paquin Tower Ukulele Band on Friday. Hagan performed on the first "Pepper and Friends" show in 1982.

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carla page September 18, 2009 | 1:45 p.m.

I AM SAD TO SEE PEPPER AND FRIENDS GO OFF THE AIR I THOUGHT IT WAS VERY INFORMATIVE.WHY REPLACE IT WITH ACCESS HOLLYWOOD? I LIVED AROUND THE STARS OUT IN LOS ANGELES AND GOT TIRED OF THEM BROADCASTING WHAT WAS GOING ON IN THEIR LIVES,I,M SICK AND TIRED OF IT.BRING PEPPER AND FRIENDS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Charles Dudley Jr September 18, 2009 | 4:05 p.m.

carla page using all caps is considered shouting and quite rude on the internet.

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