Original Title: Fox In SocksPlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Fox in Socks is a children's book by Dr. Seuss, first published in 1965. It features two main characters, Fox and his partner Knox, who converse almost entirely in densely rhyming tongue-twisters. The book in some ways bears a resemblance to Green Eggs and Ham, another book by Dr. Seuss. Both stories contain two main characters: one who is stubborn and wants to be left alone; the other, a persistent and sometimes annoying opposite. The Tweetle Beetle skit was featured in The Hoober-Bloob Highway, a 1975 CBS television special. Here, the skit was part of a job: that of a Famous Tweetle Beetle Statistician. If you took on this job, you could be the world's greatest authority on Tweetle Beetle battlistics, if you study Tweetle Beetles and their ballistic characteristics. It ended by cutting back to the base, with Mr. Hoober-Bloob waving his arms around, covering his ears, and yelling, Stop it! Stop it! I can't stand it! That world is a vastly cruddy, bloody bore!.