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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by Mary Louise, Feb 16, 2011.
That Beau and 80's robot have very similar driving techniques. Lol!
Except one makes wild U-turns and one doesn't
No the one just makes turns.
Yeah, the U-turns can be wildly dangerous. BTW: I did notice the U-turn 80s Robot took on the movie, The Muppets.
That Gonzo always gets the sad deperessing songs! Sheesh!
I noticed that on the Dom DeLuise episode, Statler asks Waldorf if there was life on other planets, and Waldorf said that he didnt have a life on this planet, but that is the same joke MFS, except vice versa.
That as much I love the muppets I will never get in a car with them.
What? That's like my dream, to get in a car with the Muppets...if I am killed, at least it was due to the Muppets...
But wouldn't it be fun to go on a road trip with the Muppets? Do all sorts of singing and playing music, maybe some running gags along the way...
I wanna try the travel by map feature!!!
I, on the other hand, would prefer to use a road map and get lost with them...
And listen to Kermit and Piggy bicker about who's fault it was that we got lost. No thanks! Lol! XP
Everybody knows it's Kermit's fault.
Yes it's always Kermit's fault.
In the film The Muppets, Gary's list for Los Angeles is
Grauman's Chinese Theater
Ripley's Believe It or Not
Guinness Book of Records
[the rest is covered by his hand]
Mary's list appears to be the same as Gary's, so if anyone can read cursive, this is Mary's list:
Number four on the list is "Madame Tussands"
Number five is "In N' Out Burger"
Number six is Santa Monica Pier.
Not sure what seven is.
Number eight is "Magic Castle".
Number nine, I think, is "Murder Mystery Dinner".
Number ten is "Hollywood Walk of Fame".
Number eleven is "Hollywood Sign".
Number tweleve is "Hollywood Bowl".
I'm surprised the list doesn't include any Muppet stuff, seeing Gary is a huge fan.
That would be more on Walter's list. Lol!
Walter does not have a list, but if he had, it'll probably look like this:
end of list
Apparently, he has a mental list for what he wants to visit. In the scene that takes place right when Gary, Mary, and Walter are leaving Smalltown, Walter talks about some of the sites he wants to see.
The scene in Mary's solo during Life's A Happy Song (about 9:40)
Is seen again when they drive to Paris (34:15).
Separate names with a comma.