Bingboingcutie and I have been brainstorming a bit, and we have this idea for a movie that chronicles the careers of the Muppet performers somewhat. It would pass quickly through Jim Henson's start as a puppeteer, and the plot would move through the growth of the performers and how Jim taught them to shine, each in their own way (e.g., when he encouraged Dave Goelz to keep making Gonzo's "no" louder and when he cast Karen Prell as Red instead of Mokey because, as she said it, he could see potential in her). The middle of the movie would be when Jim dies, and now the Muppeteers don't know how to carry on without their leader; such as, for Steve Whitmire, he has to take on the role of Kermit, a character with such a legacy. It would end with them filming The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, and they realize that they can use what they've learned about themselves and the Muppets to keep them alive for future generations. So what do you guys think? Any title ideas? Could it maybe get off the ground?