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Wakko22, I think the show you're thinking of may have been Inside Story featuring Mr. Slim Goodbody. He had on the full body suit with bones and internal organs that you described, and the episodes would center around different body parts. He had giant stuffed organ props. The one I most distinctly remember was about the stomach and digestion, and there was a vignette about a scientist who discovered acids in the stomach by tying a string to a piece of meat and putting it in a patient's cut open stomach for a day, then when he pulled it out the meat was digested. It really creeped me out at the time especially because it looked like he was going through the belly button to get to the stomach.

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The show with the guy in the bones and organ body suit is Mr. Goodbody.

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Okay so you all seem to know your NETV FROM THE 80's.  See if you remember this one.  I can't remember the name but it was about Nebraska agriculture (I think).  There was a time traveler named Anree (spelled wrong I'm sure)that looked kind of like a French Ben Franklin. Anyway he ended up meeting a farmer named Hank in Nebraska who took him around the state introducing him to different Nebraska things.  I only remember it had alot to do with farming.

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