Fleegle is still in the entertainment business. Until recently he was also noted for his work with the US Armed Forces and his numerous USO tours entertaining American military personnel overseas. After giving an ill judged interview to the on-line comedy magazine Chortle, in which he openly critisized Bob Hope’s gag writer’s joke structure, President Barack Obama called him to the White House and fired him. He now hosts a late night satire show on cable channel HBO.
Drooper carried on acting after the show with a starring role in the original Broadway production of ‘The Lion King’. He also had a brief cameo as ‘Clarence the Cross Eyed Lion’ in the ill fated 2005 big screen remake of the classic TV show ‘Daktari’. He then move behind the camera, and now concentrates on directing. He is currently living in Switzerland, awaiting extradition to the US to face charges related to an incident involving one of the girls from ‘The Sour Grapes Bunch.
Snorky was the only real musician in the band. After the show was cancelled he concentrated on his composing. Unfortunately he specialized in writing music for the Calliopasaxaviatrumparimbaclaribasotrombaphone. As no one else in the world used this instrument, he never managed to sell anything. In the last few years when he claimed to have invented the vuvuzela. However, this was challenged in the courts, and he lost a lengthy and expensive action. His present whereabouts are unknown.
Bingo is the most successful of the band. He has now changed his name to Alan Carr and is presenting a celebrity chat show in Channel Four