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MissMusical12's Muppet Show Outlines

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by MissMusical12, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    My gosh, are these even around anymore? Cause I would LOVE to do my own Muppet Show outlines. So, I've decided to do a collection of my own Muppet Show outlines!! :halo: I've been reading some of the past outlines done by other forum members, and may I just say they are impressive! That's what influenced me to do my own outlines! So....without further ado, here's my first TMS outline!
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    GUEST STAR: Robert Englund (The guy who does Freddy Krueger. (Or used to do it))
    STYLE: Season 5

    COLD OPENING: Pops is attempting to carve a Jack-O-Lantern, when Robert enters with one hand behind his back.
    Pops: Hey, who are you?

    Robert: I'm Robert Englund. I'm supposed to be the guest star on The Muppet Show tonight.

    Pops: Robert Englund, eh? The star of them flasher movies?

    Robert: Flasher? No you mean "slasher" movies.

    Pops: That's what I said. Hey, ya think you can help me carve this darn pumpkin.

    Robert: Oh sure. -reveals the one hand behind his back as one his hands for Freddy Krueger-

    Pops: Ahhhh! A knife hand has dissected your hand! -ducks behind the desk-

    Robert: I guess this is what happens when you've been doing a slasher movie for so long.

    THEME SONG
    TRUMPET GAG: Gonzo's trumpet howls like a ware wolf.
    Gonzo: There's a full moon out tonight!

    INTRODUCTION: Kermit comes onstage, dressed as a vampire.

    Kermit: Thank you, thank you. Hi ho, and welcome again to The Muppet Show! May I now warn the audience that tonight's show will be a lot scarier than usual.

    Waldorf: That's no surprise.

    Statler: Yeah, the show always scares us.

    Kermit: Oh but tonight will be especially scary. We are celebrating Halloween here at the Muppet Theater, along with our guest star, that great actor of horror films such as "A Nightmare On Elm Street:" Robert Englund!

    Audience: Ooooooooh!

    Kermit: Yes. But first, here are a group of Happy Haunts that are dying to perform this first number.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Grim Grinning Ghosts, performed by a group of ghosts while scaring a Whatnot grave keeper.

    BALCONY:
    Waldorf: Oh well didn't that last number make you grin?

    Statler: No, it was so bad, I kept frowning the entire time.

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    Waldorf: Boo!

    Statler: Boo!

    BACKSTAGE:
    Kermit: Very good ghosts and ghouls and goblins and whatever.

    Scooter (dressed as a Skeleton): But chief, there weren't any goblins in the last number.

    Goblin: That's what you think.

    Kermit: Okay, Scooter, who's on next?

    Scooter: Ummmm, Sammy The Dancing and Juggling Skeleton.

    Kermit: Okay, Sammy The Dancing and Juggling Skeleton onstage!

    Uncle Deadly: Excuse me, Mr. Kermit sir.

    Kermit: -turns to see Uncle Deadly and jumps- Ah! Oh, hello, Deadly. What's the matter?

    Uncle Deadly: Well, I hear your guest star is a Mister...Robert Englund.

    Kermit: Yes, it is.

    Uncle Deadly: -gasp- My dream! Next to Vincent Price, this a dream come true! I must perform a number with him.

    Kermit: Well, I don't know if he's much of a singer but.....

    Robert: Hey, Kermit?

    Kermit: Oh look it's our guest star, Robert Englund. Yay!!!!

    Robert: Kermit, did anyone just ask if they wanted to do a musical number with me?

    Uncle Deadly: -touching Robert's arm- Are you a devil from heck? Are you from England?

    Robert: No, I'm from California.

    Uncle Deadly: Oh, my deepest apologies, Mr. Englund, but I am HUGE fan of yours.

    Robert: Really? This seems kind of awkward because usually people don't root for villains.

    Uncle Deadly: I'm different. I LOVE villains! The Wicked Witch of The West, Cruella Deville, that dragon in Sleeping Beauty.....she was a fiery one.

    Robert: How do you know?

    Uncle Deadly: I've dated her.

    VET'S HOSPITAL: (Zombie)

    Announcer: And now, Veternarian's Hospital. The continuing stoooooorrrrrrry of a quack who's gone to the dogs.

    Dr. Bob: Well, who's our patient today?

    Nurse Piggy: He just came up from the graveyard.

    Nurse Janice: Like, it's a zombie.

    Dr. Bob: Well there's no use trying to cure him.

    Nurse Janice: Why not?

    Dr. Bob: He's already dead.

    All three: Ahahahahaha

    Announcer: And so we come to the end of another Veternarian's Hospital.

    Dr. Bob: That was fast.

    Announcer: Tune in next week when you'll hear The Zombie say........

    Zombie: Uhhhhhhh...........

    Nurse Piggy: Dr. Bob, it's alive!

    Nurse Janice: What do we do?

    Dr. Bob: What else? RUN!!!!

    All three: AHHHHHH!!!!! -run offstage-

    Zombie: What's the matter with them? Haven't they ever heard of "The Night of The Living Dead?"


    BACKSTAGE:

    Miss Piggy runs to Kermit, still terrified of the zombie from the last sketch.

    Miss Piggy: Kermie, hide me! It might get me!

    Kermit: Piggy, there's nothing to be afraid of. It's just a harmless zombie.

    Miss Piggy: -turns around and sees Robert, fully dressed as a fancy zombie- AAAAAHHHHHHHH! -runs upstairs towards her dressing room- I HATE HALLOWEEN! -slams dressing room door-

    Robert: Okay, Kermit. Me and Deadly are ready for the number.

    Kermit: Oh good, because you two are up next.

    Uncle Deadly: Already? That was fast! Let us go and perform! -goes onstage with Robert-

    Kermit: This is going to be one crazy night........geesh. -goes onstage to introduce the next number-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: And now, ladies and gentlemen, here to class up our Halloween show tonight is our own....creature, Uncle Deadly, and our very special guest star Mr. Robert Englund! YAAAAAY!!!!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Puttin' On The Ritz, performed by Uncle Deadly and Robert Englund as a zombie.

    BALCONY:
    Waldorf: I never knew Freddy Krueger could tap dance.

    Statler: I never even thought a zombie could tap dance. Aren't they dead?

    Zombie: Not me.

    Waldorf and Statler: ZOMBIE! AHHHH!!!! -jump off the balcony-

    NEWS FLASH:
    Newsman: Here's a Muppet News Flash! "Witches have been popping up all over Even Eye County in Kansas, causing such mayhem as whipping up tornadoes, eating little children by luring them into candy houses, turning the governor into a frog, and offering poisonous apples to the citizens at the farmer's market. If anyone has any information about these witches, please call......"

    Witch (disguised as an old hag): Excuse me, sir, but would you like an apple?

    Newsman: Why certainly, old lady I've never seen before in my entire life. -eats apple and faints-

    Witch: Ha ha. What a buffoon.

    UK SKIT: Floyd sings Undercover Angel, with Janice as "his angel" along with The Female Singers as angels. (http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Female_Singers)

    UK BACKSTAGE:
    Kermit: Well done, Floyd. Well done.

    Floyd: Thanks my froggy friend. -turns back to Janice- You I know I just can't help but say you look beautiful in that outfit.

    Janice: Like, do you think I could be a Charlie's Angel with this on?

    Floyd: With that on, you're my angel. If you were on the cover of Playboy with that on, I think Dorothy Stratten would be rolling in her grave right now. -kisses her cheek-

    Janice: Fer sure. -the two exit-

    Kermit: Oh, Scooter!

    Scooter: Yeah, boss?

    Kermit: Has Robert decided on what he's going to do for the last number yet?

    Scooter: No, Gonzo and Uncle Deadly are talking about that with him right now.

    Kermit: Oh.......did you say Gonzo?

    Scooter: Yes.

    Kermit:.......Prepare for Fright Night.

    BACKSTAGE (Robert's Dressing Room):

    Uncle Deadly: Robert, you must go on as Fredrick Krueger tonight. That's your signature character.

    Gonzo (as a swamp monster): Who's Fredrick Krueger?

    Uncle Deadly: -gasp- Shame on you! Not knowing the great Freddy Krueger!

    Gonzo: Oh, so why didn't you tell me it was Freddy Krueger?

    Uncle Deadly: I was being proper.

    Robert: Guys, there are children watching this show. I don't think I wanna scare them.

    Uncle Deadly: Who cares about the children?

    Gonzo: Kermit does. He's on Sesame Street.

    Uncle Deadly: Robert....Freddy Krueger is your character. Rebel and go on as him!

    Robert: Well..........

    Uncle Deadly: PLEASE! PLEASE! I'M YOUR BIGGEST FAN! WE DID A NUMBER TOGETHER!

    Robert:.......Wait right there, I'll be right back. -goes into the closet to change-

    Gonzo: Is he going to Narnia? 'Cause I don't think they allow weirdos in Narnia.

    Uncle Deadly: And you're not?

    -Robert comes back out as Freddy Krueger-

    Uncle Deadly: YES! YES! THE MOMENT THIS SHOW HAS BEEN WAITING FOR! FREDDY KRUEGER! I bow down to you!

    Robert: I wonder how Christopher Reeve would've felt if he had to dress up as Superman on this show?

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: And now, ladies and gentlemen, in tribute to teen slasher movies we now present........

    Floyd: Kermit, we're not doing this.

    Kermit: But Floyd I've casted you and Janice in there for a reason.

    Floyd: Yeah....to get our heads slashed off by Freddy Krueger. We're anklin'. Let's go baby. -walks off with Janice-

    Kermit: But but guys! Now what? Who's gonna get their heads slashed off by our guest star?

    Gonzo: Camilla and I will do it!

    Kermit: Good. Now get in there. Ahem. Ladies and gentlemen, a tribute to teen slasher movies, featuring out guest star Robert Englund! YAAAAAY!!!!!!!

    SKETCH: Gonzo and Camilla play a couple whom is threatened by Freddy Krueger. Gonzo and Camilla run for their lives, but Freddy "kills them." He then leads in a rendition of The Monster Mash, with Uncle Deadly, the ghosts, the zombie, and other monsters and creatures joining him.

    GOODNIGHTS:
    Kermit: Well, we sure had a happy fright of an evening.

    Uncle Deadly: I'll say. It was Child's Play! Maybe next week, we can get.....

    Kermit: No! We're not putting him on the show! We got Freddy Krueger, so be happy with that.

    Uncle Deadly: Alright. It was just a suggestion.

    Kermit: Unfortunately, all haunting and frightening must come to an end. But before we go, let us thank our wonderful guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Robert Englund! Yaaaaay!

    Robert: -comes out without the Freddy Krueger makeup on- Thank you so much, Kermit. Tonight was such a frighteningly wonderful experience.

    Kermit: Well, I think tonight was frightening experience for all of us.

    Uncle Deadly: Not for me, it was pleasant! May I have your autograph?

    Robert: Sure. Do you have a piece of paper? -Uncle Deadly gives him a piece of paper and Robert shreds the paper with his Freddy Krueger hand-

    Uncle Deadly: That's my kind of autograph!

    Kermit: Okay then, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Uncle Deadly, Gonzo, the zombie, and the ghosts)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:
    Waldorf: This show made me die inside tonight.

    Statler: How bad?

    Waldorf: As bad as we would if we died outside.

    Both: Dohohohoho

    END
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    Well, how was my first outline? Pretty cool, since Halloween is around the corner (No, I do not watch Nightmare On Elm Street or any of those horror movies). I'm gonna probably do....10 outlines? How's that sound? Stay tuned for more outlines! ;)
  2. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Ooooh! That was frightening and I LOVED it. The terrible truth is I did see the Nightmare on Elm Street movie (the orignal 1980s one) back in high school. This is AMAZING!
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  3. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    I have no desire to see horror movies. They scare me! :eek:
  4. Yeah I know. Scary movies scare me too. :eek: nice story by the way. ;)
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  5. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Me too! The only one I see is "Little Shop of Horrors." It's scary, but thank goodness it isn't a slasher film thank goodness.
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  6. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    GUEST STAR: John Astin (Best known as Gomez Addams in The Addams Family TV-series)
    STYLE: Mid Season 4 (Between Phyllis George and Lynda Carter)

    COLD OPENING:
    Scooter: John Astin. Oh, John Astin! 15 seconds to curtain, Mr. Astin.

    John: -doing yoga- Thank you, Scooter. Just stretching out before the show starts.

    Scooter: Oh you don't need to do that. That's what Timmy's here for.

    John: Timmy? Who's Timmy?

    Timmy: Here I am! (http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Timmy_Monster)

    John: If he teaches yoga, I'd hate to see who teaches aerobics around here.

    THEME SONG
    TRUMPET GAG: Gonzo's trumpet sounds like the doorbell to The Addams Family mansion.

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Thank you, thank you, and welcome again to The Muppet Show! Our guest star tonight is that talented actor of movies and television, John Astin. And.....

    Gonzo: Kermit! Kermit!

    Kermit: Yes, Gonzo?

    Gonzo: Did you say tonight's guest star was John Astin?

    Kermit: Yes, I did.

    Gonzo: Terrific! He'd be perfect for my latest stunt.

    Kermit: What do you mean?

    Gonzo: He knows yoga! And he can stand on his head.

    Kermit: But that's only acting. He only does it when he's Gomez Addams.

    Gonzo: Kermit, I don't even care if his character's name was Bruno, I just NEED him for my latest stunt.

    Kermit: Will you get off the stage!!! -Gonzo exits- Anyhow, let's get this show started with an unexpected walk in the woods.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: The Jitterbug (that cut song from The Wizard of Oz), performed by a female whatnot and a group of trees.

    BALCONY:
    Statler: Yeesh, if that's how they do the Jitterbug, I'd hate to see how they do the polka.

    Waldorf: You've done the polka?

    Statler: Yeah...with James K. Polk.

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    BACKSTAGE:

    Kermit: Okay, nice number, nice number.

    Miss Piggy: Kermie, Kermie, Kermie, Kermie!

    Kermit: Yes, Miss Piggy?

    Miss Piggy: I'm afraid to tell you that moi will not being doing her musical number tonight.

    Kermit: Oh....why not?

    Miss Piggy: Because moi wants to perform a number with that darling John Astin.

    Kermit: Yeesh, everyone wants him tonight.

    Miss Piggy: Oh, but Kermie, this is different. Moi wants to be his..........Morticia.

    Kermit: -gulp- Well, Piggy, I.....I....don't know if you fit Morticia.

    Miss Piggy: What do you mean?

    Kermit: Well....you just don't look like a Morticia.......

    Miss Piggy: WHAT! ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY I'M UGLY!!?!?!?

    Kermit: No, I never said......

    Miss Piggy: HIYA! -karate chops Kermit onto the stage-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Fozzie: Kermit! Kermit! Are you okay?

    Kermit: Yeah, I'm fine, Fozzie.....Fozzie!?!?!?

    Fozzie: Hi.

    Kermit: What are you doing here?

    Fozzie: Introducing John Astin.

    Kermit: Fozzie that's my job!

    Scooter: No, actually it's my job.

    Kermit: Ugh....GET OFF! Get off the stage! Ahem, ladies and gentlemen, here is the wonderful John Astin in our Muppet adaptation of Frank R. Stockton's "The Lady or The Tiger?"

    SKETCH: John Astin stars as the "semi semi barbaric" king in "The Lady or The Tiger?" with Annie Sue as the princess, his daughter, and Link Hogthrob as her lover. Unfortunately, Link picks the door containing the tiger and is mauled by it.

    BALCONY:
    Statler: Well, that tiger really mauled him.

    Waldorf: Mauled him? He made bacon out of him!

    Both: Dohohohoho

    PIGS IN SPACE: Link is not present, but the tiger whom mauled him is. Miss Piggy suggests that the tiger should be captain. The tiger then spits out Link near the end, saying "He's not my kind of pork chop."

    UK SKETCH: MUSICAL NUMBER: Marvin Suggs performs "Ode To Joy" on the Muppaphones.

    BACKSTAGE: John is in his dressing room, when someone knocks on the door.

    John: Come in.

    Miss Piggy: -enters- Bonjour, Johnathan.

    John: Oh, hello, Miss Piggy.

    Miss Piggy: Moi has been doing a lot of thinking this evening and figured, vous and moi need to talk.

    John: About what?

    Miss Piggy: Love, mon cher. Mon capitan. Amour.

    John: Ummm....well, I don't know what to say......

    Miss Piggy: Let's make it easier. -leaves, but comes back dressed up as Morticia- My Gomez! Mon cher!

    John: Ahhh, cara mia.

    Miss Piggy: Eat your heart out, Carolyn Jones.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: John and Miss Piggy sing C'est Magnifique (from Can-Can)

    MUPPET LABS: Bunsen tries out a ray that makes communication for those who don't speak English easier. Also so he could know what Beaker is saying. But it keeps turning Beaker's voice into languages other than English (including sounding like The Swedish Chef)

    NEWSFLASH:
    Newsman: Here's a Muppet News Flash! "A world record has just been broken today. The world record for breaking the world's oldest record! The oldest record, which is........how long someone can last with a 500 pound rock over their backs." -Giant rock falls on The Newsman-

    BACKSTAGE:
    Fozzie: Oh hey, Kermit! I got this great new joke....you wanna hear it?

    Kermit: I've got time. I guess....

    Fozzie: Ok....what happens when a butler gets left behind on a family trip? He's left in the Lurch! Ahhhh. Wocka wocka.

    John: Ha, very funny Fozzie. And speaking of Lurch.....-pulls gong alarm for Lurch (*Watch The Addams Family series and you'll understand)-

    Sweetums: -impersonating Ted Cassidy's Lurch- You rang?

    John: Yes, Sweetums. Would you mind giving this letter to Miss Piggy? I promise I'd meet her for dinner after the show.

    Kermit: Huh?

    Sweetums: Yes, Mr. Astin. -back in character- Hey, am I doing a good job being your own personal Lurch?

    John: Yes, you are, Sweetums.

    Sweetums: Alright! -leaves-

    Kermit: Well, John, it's almost time for your big closing number.

    John: Already? Wow, time flies when you're having fun.

    Fozzie: -pretends his watch is an airplane and flies it around- Hey, you wanna see pigs fly?

    John: Not today. -goes onstage to get ready for his closing number-

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Okay, here now to sing tonight's big finale is our wonderful guest star, John Astin, as he becomes hit with Love Potion Number 9.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: John sings Love Potion Number 9, backed up by The Electric Mayhem. Miss Piggy joins him onstage later on, still in her Morticia outfit.

    GOODNIGHTS:
    Kermit: Well folks, it's now sadly time to end another magnificent evening. But before we go, let us say thank you to our wonderful guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. John Astin. YAAAAAAAAYY!!!

    John: Thank you so much, Kermit. This evening has been wonderful.

    Miss Piggy: Oooh, Johnathan, how we must part ways after this evening.

    John: Wait, what about dinner?

    Miss Piggy: I can't. My heart, my querido is, and belongs to.....Kermie. Oh Kermie, my querido!

    Kermit: What's a querido?

    John: Cara mia, Piggy.

    Miss Piggy: Au revoir, mon cher.

    John: Piggy, you spoke French! -kisses Miss Piggy's arm-

    Miss Piggy: Oh! You flirt!

    Kermit: Ummmm, this is getting awkward, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Annie Sue, Gonzo and Link Hogthrob)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:


    Waldorf: -pulls gong alarm, but no one comes-

    Statler: We need our own Lurch.

    Waldorf: I don't think we need one. We've already been left in it.

    Both: Dohohohoho

    END
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    Ahahaha, this was a fun one to do. I especially love the interaction I put in between John and Miss Piggy. More outlines soon to come! ;)
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  7. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    This is rully nice! There was a part I thought was classic and you nailled it such as:
    BACKSTAGE:
    Kermit: Okay, nice number, nice number.

    Miss Piggy: Kermie, Kermie, Kermie, Kermie!

    Kermit: Yes, Miss Piggy?

    Miss Piggy: I'm afraid to tell you that moi will not being doing her musical number tonight.

    Kermit: Oh....why not?

    Miss Piggy: Because moi wants to perform a number with that darling John Astin.

    Kermit: Yeesh, everyone wants him tonight.

    Miss Piggy: Oh, but Kermie, this is different. Moi wants to be his..........Morticia.

    Kermit: -gulp- Well, Piggy, I.....I....don't know if you fit Morticia.

    Miss Piggy: What do you mean?

    Kermit: Well....you just don't look like a Morticia.......

    Miss Piggy: WHAT! ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY I'M UGLY!!?!?!?

    Kermit: No, I never said......

    Miss Piggy: HIYA! -karate chops Kermit onto the stage-

    That was like not only hilarious, but it was rully awesome too.

    Overall, I heard the Jitterbug song before, the C'est Manifique song fits perfectly for John and Miss Piggy, and oooooh I thought the closing number was cool and hip.

    So, this is great! Keep going!
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  8. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Thank you! :flirt:
  9. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    GUEST STAR: Carole King
    STYLE: Late Season 4

    COLD OPENING:

    Scooter: Carole King! Carole King! 20 seconds til curtain, Carole.

    Carole: -surrounded by birds- Scooter, I have a question. What is it with these birds tonight on the show?

    Scooter: Oh well, the birds decided to come and watch you tonight.

    Carole: Ask a stupid question, you get a stupid answer. I guess that's how it works on this show.

    THEME SONG
    TRUMPET GAG: Birds come flying out of Gonzo's trumpet.

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Thank you, and welcome again to The Muppet Show. Quoted by reviewers as "The Happiest Show On Earth."

    Statler: Well if you're the happiest show on Earth, what does that make Disneyland?

    Waldorf: The saddest.

    Both: Dohohohoho

    Kermit: Oh brother....anyways our guest star is that talented lady of song, Carole King. And joining her tonight is the birds of "The Upperland Bird Shelter," for those birds that are in need of a home.

    Sam Eagle: -from offstage- Humph

    Kermit: But first, let us pay tribute to birds in this first number, performed by our very own Miss Piggy. Yaaaay!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Sing Sweet Nightingale (from Cinderella), performed by Miss Piggy, accompanied by Rowlf and a group of birds (but none of them is a Nightingale).

    BALCONY:
    Statler: Why sing about a nightingale when none of the birds onstage WAS a nightingale?

    Waldorf: I don't know. Maybe the nightingale called it quits.

    Both: Dohohohoho.

    BACKSTAGE:
    Kermit: Excellent job, excellent job.

    Miss Piggy: But Kermie, I was singing about a nightingale....when none of the birds onstage was a nightingale. Where was it?

    Kermit: The nightingale wasn't on?

    Miss Piggy: I bet it Bo had something to do with this! BEAUREGARD! -leaves-

    Kermit: Or maybe the nightingale flew South.

    Janice: -carrying a covered bird cage and sets it down on the table- Oooh, like that was tough.

    Kermit: Janice, what's with the bird cage?

    Janice: Oh, like it's a present for Floyd.

    Kermit: Janice, it's not his birthday.

    Janice: No but it's our 2 and 1/2 year dating anniversary.

    Kermit: Oh.......

    Janice: Oh Floyd!

    Floyd: Yeah, babe.

    Janice: Like I got a present for you.

    Floyd: Oh babe, you didn't have to.........-notices covered bird cage- Is that a bird cage?

    Janice: Yeah, but like what's inside the bird cage is the present.

    Floyd: -uncovers bird cage and reveals a nightingale inside- Awww, it's a nightingale.

    Miss Piggy: -overhearing- Now we find a nightingale!

    Kermit: Yikes! Speaking of nightingales, I have to introduce our guest star! -goes onstage-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Ladies and gentlemen, our love for nightingales continue with a number by our wonderful guest star, Miss Carole King! YAAAAAAAY!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Carole sings Nightingale, with a park setting. She too is surrounded by birds in the song (Nightingale is still not in number).

    BALCONY:
    Statler: What is it with these numbers about nightingales and none of the birds onstage are nightingales?

    Waldorf: It's a nightingale. It hates daytime.

    Both: Dohohohoho.

    SWEDISH CHEF: Swedish Chef tries to make chicken pot pie, thinking that he has to hit the chicken with the pot to make the pie.

    UK SKETCH: NEWS FLASH:

    Newsman: Here's a Muppet News Flash! "Rumors have been spreading that the common Swallwop Bird, a blood sucking nocturnal bird, is starting to become extinct. In total in this world right now are only 200 Swallwop Birds in existence. They are usually found in areas where there's no light whatsoever and immediately suck the blood from their victims." -lights go out and a Swallwop bird attacks The Newsman-

    BACKSTAGE:
    Floyd: -petting nightingale- Who's a good little nightingale? You are, you are, little one.

    Animal: Ahhhh....walk?

    Floyd: Not now, Animal. -goes off with nightingale-

    Animal: Uhhhh....no walk. No Floyd. Stupid nightingale.....need friend! Need friend! -bangs head against wall-

    Carole: -noticing Animal upset- Hey, Animal. What's the matter?

    Animal: Neglection. It reeks.

    Carole: You mean you're jealous of Floyd and his new nightingale?

    Animal: -starts to cry and hugs Carole- I MISS FLOYD!!!

    Carole: Oh, Animal. You gotta stay strong. One day, that nightingale will fly away into the night, and then you'll be Floyd's friend again.

    Animal: But...I don't like waiting.

    Carole: Well sometimes, waiting is the best thing to do.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Carole sings Someone's Waiting For You (from The Rescuers) to the heartbroken Animal.

    PIGS IN SPACE: The Swinetrek is infested with birds and bird seed. Miss Piggy says "Thank goodness Big Bird isn't here, or we'd all be dead." An imitation Big Bird does come in, though.

    BACKSTAGE: Animal notices that Floyd is nowhere in sight, but Floyd has left the nightingale alone.

    Animal: No Floyd....-goes over to nightingale and takes it out of its cage- Okay, bye bye friend stealer. -eats the nightingale- Mmmmm....delicious.

    Floyd: -from offscreen- Animal!

    Animal: -hiccup- Ha?

    Floyd: -from offscreen- Come on! We've got our big number with Carole King to do!

    Animal: Coming! -knocks down bird cage and goes onto the stage-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Well, folks, it's time we do a number that's NOT for the birds for once.

    Waldorf: Good!

    Statler: 'Cause we're sick and tired of these nightingale songs with no nightingales!

    Kermit: Anyhow, here to perform our closing number for tonight is our wonderful guest star, Carole King! YAAAAAAAY!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Carole performs Jazzman, backed up by The Electric Mayhem and The Girl Singers. Zoot gets a saxophone solo.

    GOODNIGHTS:

    Kermit: Well folks, tonight's show definitely belonged to the birds, but it's now time to set the birds of tonight's show free.

    Floyd: And speaking of birds...SOMEONE swiped my nightingale.

    Animal: -burps and bird feather comes out- Sorry. Me was hungry.....

    Floyd: Oh Animal, what I'd be without you.

    Animal: Ahahahaha.

    Kermit: Before we go, let us say thank you to our wonderful guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Miss Carole King! Yaaaaaaay!

    Carole: -comes out, with a few of the birds on her shoulders- Thank you, Kermit. Do you mind if I keep one of the birds? I think they all like me.

    Kermit: Well maybe 'cause you're a chick magnet.

    Floyd: Just don't take the nightingale, though. Animal might eat it.

    Animal: Nightingale tasty.

    Kermit: Alright, we'll see you again next time on The Muppet Show!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Floyd, Animal, Zoot, Janice, Miss Piggy and a few of the birds)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:

    Waldorf: You think we can join the birds flying south?

    Statler: Anywhere away from here is what makes me happy!

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    END
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    Ehh....this one wasn't as strong, I'll admit. But it was still fun to write. More outlines coming soon!;)
  10. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    This was great! I loved the part you put where Animal was jealous of Floyd just because of that nightingale.
    My mom probably has heard of Carole King, and so did I like right now. I LOVED it!
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  11. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    This one was a request from Stan Davis. This one isn't so good 'cause I don't know her too well........I apologize. Do enjoy anyways!
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    GUEST STAR: Sally Field
    STYLE: Mid Season 3 (Between Loretta Lynn and Helen Reddy (This is between Raquel Welch.))

    COLD OPENING:
    -Today's episode takes place on a beach, sorta in the style of the Loretta Lynn episode-
    Scooter: Oh Sally Field! Sally Field! 15 seconds till curtain, Sally.

    Sally: Thank you, Scooter. Just one question, though. Can you tell the tree to move it? It's blocking my view of the sun.

    Tree: Oh yeah. How do you like them coconuts! -drops coconuts on Sally's head-

    Sally: I've only been on this show for five minutes, already this show has gone bananas.

    THEME SONG: The theme is played out similar to the Loretta Lynn episode. Marvin Suggs and Mahna Mahna are also in the orchestra.

    TRUMPET GAG: Gonzo's trumpet sounds like a cruise ship.

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Hi ho and welcome again to the Muppet Show. Our special guest star tonight is that wonderful actress of movies and television: Miss Sally Field. Now I suppose all of you are wondering why we are having our show take place on a beach tonight. Well it's the first day of summer and we have decided to take our show outside for once. You know to get some fresh air.

    (Statler and Waldorf are sitting on those high lifeguard chairs)
    Waldorf: Fresh air?

    Statler: It'd be even fresher if you didn't intoxicate the beach with this show.

    Kermit: Yeesh. And now, it's time to have a little fun, fun, fun with this first musical number.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Surfin' Safari, performed by a group of pigs on surfboards.

    BALCONY:

    Statler: That was not fun, fun, fun.

    Waldorf: Well, that wasn't even a surfin' safari either.

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    BACKSTAGE:

    Kermit: Okay good job, good job, surfing pigs.

    Scooter: Hey chief, I think we may have a small problem about today's show.

    Kermit: Why is that?

    Scooter: It said in today's forecast that it's supposed to rain.

    Kermit: -gulp- Rain? But how are we supposed to do the rest of show if it's going to rain?

    Scooter: Oh don't worry, It said that the rain isn't supposed to hit until around 5:00.

    Kermit: Oh thank goodness. Wait, Scooter, what time is it?

    Scooter: -checks his watch- 4:58.

    Kermit: -gasp- QUICK! FIND SOME UMBRELLAS! FIND SOME UMBRELLAS! FIND SOME.......

    Scooter: Hey chief, I hate to interrupt your freak out, but you're on.

    Kermit: Uhhh...oh! -goes onstage-

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Okay, it is now time to introduce our guest star, Miss Sally Field, in a tribute to that adorable, surfing, boy crazy........

    Miss Piggy: Kermit!

    Kermit: Miss Piggy, what's the matter?

    Miss Piggy: Why isn't moi performing said adorable, surfing, boy crazy Gidget in this sketch?

    Kermit: Well, Piggy....our guest star has more experience about playing said Gidget in this sketch.

    Miss Piggy: Oh yeah. Well tell our guest star, I said.......HIYAAAAA!!!! -karate chops Kermit- Humph. Just start the sketch.

    Kermit: -in pain- Don't forget to say yay.

    Miss Piggy: -unenthusiastically- Yaaaay....

    SKETCH: Sally performs a beach sketch as Gidget, with all of the guys (Fozzie, Gonzo, Floyd, Lew Zealand, Link Hogthrob, and Animal) each butting each other out to play Gidget's boyfriend, Moondoggie, just so they can get the last kiss at the end of the sketch. It starts to rain in the middle of the sketch, but it soon stops. In the end, it turns out to be a passing shark that ends up as Moondoggie and gets the kiss in the end.

    NEWS FLASH:
    (I would figure this one would be impossible, since you have three of Jim Henson's characters in the same location at the same time)

    Newsman: Here's a Muppet News Flash! "Scattered thunderstorms are expected to hit the beach area today....along with heavy lightning and hail the size of pianos."

    -Dr. Teeth and Rowlf show up-

    Dr. Teeth and Rowlf: Did you say hail the size of pianos?

    -Hail the size of pianos comes down and hits the Newsman-


    UK SKETCH: VET'S HOSPITAL: The shark from the Gidget sketch is in Vet's Hospital. He says hail hit him too hard and is suffering from heart burn, since Gidget broke his heart five minutes later. Dr. Bob suggests that "Jaws would make a great partner for you!"

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Rock-A-Hula Baby, performed by Floyd on electric guitar, backed up by Animal on drums, Mahna Mahna on ukelele and a group of whatnot hula dancers. (Janice and Annie Sue are also two of the Hula Dancers)

    BALCONY:
    Waldorf: That was absolutely Rock-a-Horrible!

    Statler: And there's no baby in it, too!

    Both: Dohohoho.

    Waldorf: Boo!

    Statler: Boo!

    BACKSTAGE: Sally is working on a sun tan.

    Kermit: Hi, Sally.

    Sally: Oh hi, Kermit.

    Kermit: Listen, sorry if the weather isn't really going our way today.

    Sally: Oh that's okay. The weather isn't always on my side, either.

    Kermit: Listen, in case there's any rain....

    Sally: Or hail the size of pianos.

    Kermit: .....that comes down on us, will you be able to do one number about rain?

    Sally: Why sure, Kermit. But what if it doesn't rain, then what do I sing?

    Kermit:.....How 'bout "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows?"

    Sally: I chase them, too. Oooh, I'm parched. Will someone get me some iced tea?

    Scooter: -comes with "iced tea"- Here's your iced tea, Miss Fields.

    Sally: Wow, this really is iced tea. It's already past the freezing point.

    AT THE "HULA" DANCE: The dancers are telling ocean and beach jokes. Rain soon comes down on them, and one of the dancers is electrocuted with lightning.

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Well, I guess the rain is starting to pour down on our Beach show, however, that is not going to stop our final musical number, sung by our guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Miss Sally Field! YAAAAAAY!!!!!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Sally sings Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head but keeps alternating between that and I'm Always Chasing Rainbows as the weather changes between rain and sun.

    GOODNIGHTS:
    Kermit: Well folks, Mother Nature really isn't on our side tonight.

    Mother Nature: Darn this stupid magic wand. Oops! -her magic wand accidentally causes the weather to start snowing-

    Kermit: Oh boy....before we go, let us say thank you to our wonderful guest star, Sally Field.

    Sally: Brrrr....Kermit, I'm cold. Do we have a sweater around here or something?

    Kermit: Ummm, we kinda really didn't expect rain....or snow for that matter, to come along.

    Sally: -sneezes-

    Kermit: -gives Sally a tissue- Bless you.

    Sally: Thank you.

    Kermit: Okay then, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Scooter, Dr. Teeth, Gonzo, Annie Sue, The Shark, and a whatnot hula dancer)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:

    Waldorf: Where's Frosty The Snowman when you need him?

    Frosty: Happy Birthday!

    Statler: What'd he say?

    Waldorf: Merry Christmas.

    Both: Dohohohoho

    END
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    I kind of rushed this one........sorry about that. I'm just really exhausted from typing, and plus I have school tomorrow, so that doesn't help either. This request was kind of sudden, so yeah. Hope you enjoyed it! ;)
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  12. Stan Davis

    Stan Davis Member

    thank you for that i enjoyed it very well
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  13. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I rully LOVEd it, MissMusical! The change of weather was hilarious. In the episode with the guest star, Gladys Knight, it started to get sunny, then windy, than snowing... (sneezes) pardon. Why? Oh yeah! Their roof of the theatre had to taken away for repairs.

    I have never heard of Sally Field, but I guess my mom did.
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  14. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    You're welcome! :)
  15. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    To Stan Davis, I apologize in advance but I really REALLY can't think of anything for your Richard Pryor request. If you wanna help me out and give me some ideas, you can. To everyone, please enjoy my next outline.
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    GUEST STAR: Dean Martin
    STYLE: Early Season 5 (Between Gene Kelly and James Coburn)

    COLD OPENING: Pops and a goldfish in a bowl are playing cards, when Dean enters.

    Pops: Oh, who are you?

    Dean: Martin. Dean Martin. I'm the....guest star on The Muppet Show tonight.

    Pops: Dean Martin! Hey, long time no see, buddy!

    Dean: Pardon?

    Pops: Oh, I was that one guy who won that "Meet Dean Martin Contest" in Vegas of 1959.

    Dean: Ohhh....that guy. I thought he died years ago.

    Pops: I may be old, but I'm not dead yet. Hey, you wanna play some cards before the show?

    Dean: What'cha playing?

    Goldfish: -pops out from fishbowl- Go Fish!

    THEME SONG
    TRUMPET GAG: Gonzo's trumpet sounds like a cash register.

    Gonzo: So the money keeps rolling in........

    INTRODUCTION:
    Kermit: Thank you, thank you and welcome again to The Muppet Show. Hey, tonight's gonna be a fantastic night for all of you, because our guest star is that legendary singer, actor, and comedian, Dean Martin!

    Audience: Oooooooh!

    Kermit: Yes. But first, what does a man want more in his life? A dame, of course!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: There Is Nothing Like A Dame (from South Pacific), sung by Rowlf and The Dogs that sang "Pace That Peace Pipe" in the Liza Minelli episode. A Great Dane then shows up in the end.

    BALCONY:
    Waldorf: Oh, there's nothing like a "dane" alright.

    Statler: Yeah, and there's nothing like leaving this show, too.

    Both: Dohohohohoho

    Statler: Boo!

    Waldorf: Boo!

    BACKSTAGE:
    Kermit: Okay, great job, you dogs.

    Great Dane: -flirtaciously- Oh, you sly devil of a frog. -leaves-

    Kermit: Yeesh....and I thought Miss Piggy wad bad with flirting.

    Fozzie: Kermit! Kermit! Kermit!

    Kermit: Fozzie! Fozzie! What?

    Fozzie: Oh, I just came up with this great new joke that I really want Dean to hear.

    Kermit: Dean?

    Floyd: -overhearing- You mean the Dean to The School of Hard Knocks? -laughs-

    Kermit: Floyd, come off it.

    Fozzie: Oh I told that joke to him already. I meant, Dean Martin, our guest star.

    Kermit: Well, I don't know, Fozzie, Dean has a pretty tight schedule on the show tonight. I don't even know how long he can last without taking a breather.

    Dean: -comes out of his dressing room and takes a huge sigh-

    Floyd: That didn't last long.

    Dean: Kermit, I heard you wanted me to do a sketch with your "MM," right?

    Kermit: Well, she's not exactly like "MM" but.....

    Fozzie: Oh, you mean we're talking about......

    Kermit: -to Fozzie- Shh shh!

    Dean: What's this all about?

    Miss Piggy: -comes out of her dressing room, dressed like Marilyn Monroe- Bonjour, Dino!

    Dean: What a looker, "MM!"

    Floyd: Yeah, "MM." But it looks like you gained a few pounds coming back from the dead. -laughs-

    Miss Piggy: Oh yeah! You'll probably gain a few pounds after this, hippie boy! HIYAAAA! -karate chops Floyd-

    Dean: She's tough.

    MUPPET LABS: Bunsen tries out AKS, or Automatic Kinetic Scissors. Beakers holds out a giant piece of paper for it to cut, but AKS accidentally cuts Beaker in half.

    BACKSTAGE:
    -Dean's Dressing Room-
    Dean is playing cards with the goldfish from earlier.

    Goldfish: You got any 3's, Dino?

    Dean: Go Fish.

    Goldfish: Oh, darn.

    There's a knock on the door.

    Dean: Come in.

    Fozzie enters.

    Fozzie: Hiya, Mr. Martin!

    Dean: Dino, Fozzie, Dino.

    Fozzie: That's funny, you don't look like a dinosaur. Anyways, I really wanna tell you this new joke I came up with.

    Dean: Oh, yeah. Kermit told me you were a comedian yourself. Go ahead, Fozzie.

    Fozzie: -ahem- Okay, so....why.......

    Scooter: -opens door, but it slams Fozzie- Oh, Dean! 55 seconds till your on for the sketch, Dean.

    Dean: Thank you, Scooter. -to the Goldfish- Best two out of three, later, Goldy. -leaves-

    Goldfish: Yeah, sure, whatever, Dino.

    Fozzie: Uhhhhh....he would walk out on me....-falls on the floor-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Marilyn Monroe is one of THE most celebrated and beautiful actresses and models of all time. And,now, here we are, with our own Miss Piggy as Marilyn Monroe, alongside our guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Dean Martin! YAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!!!

    SKETCH: Dean Martin and Miss Piggy, as Marilyn Monroe as Dean's date, are having dinner in an Italian restaurant. They end the sketch, alongside other Italian-looking whatnots, singing That's Amore.

    BALCONY:
    Statler: Oh that Dean Martin was just wonderful.

    Waldorf: Yeah wonderful, but what's with his date?

    Statler: I know. That wasn't amore, that was bacon.

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    MUPPET NEWS FLASH:

    Newsman: Here's a Muppet News Flash! "Breaking News from Las Vegas! A new perfume, developed by Madame Heirstinky, has just been released in perfume stores everywhere. It has recently been tested out in the city of Las Vegas, where the scent has gone everywhere in the city. People can't help but smell it. But when they smell it...they faint. Reports have shown that over 500 people right now have smelled Heirstinky's perfume and....and....-smells the perfume and faints-

    Madame Heirstinky: Buy my perfume! It's a knockout!

    UK SKETCH: Camilla and The Chickens sing (or cluck) I Whistle A Happy Tune (from The King and I). Nigel The Conductor joins in and whistles along with the chickens.

    BACKSTAGE:
    -Dean's Dressing Room-
    Dean is reading a magazine, when there's a knock at the door.

    Dean: Come in.

    Enter Floyd and Lips.

    Floyd: Hey, Dino, my man.

    Dean: Oh hey Floyd and....and....

    Floyd: Oh this here's Lips, our newest member in the band. -Lips nods-

    Dean: Oh, how nice. Why's he called Lips?

    Floyd: He don't speak much, but he blows trumpet like Dizzy Gillespie. -Lips does a quick sampling on his trumpet-

    Dean: Nice.

    Floyd: Hey, uhhh...if you don't mind, Dino, Lips was just wonderin' if he could...well...have a trumpet solo in one of your numbers? I mean, this is only his first day with the band but already Dr. T and the rest of us have decided to give him a solo.

    Dean: With a talent and a trumpet like that, Lips, you deserve to get every trumpet solo there is. -Lips nods and whispers something to Floyd- What he say?

    Floyd: He said he feels honored. -Lips nods-

    MUSICAL NUMBER: I'm A Brass Band (from Sweet Charity), sung by Dean (with Lips singing the opening "Somebody loves me" part). This number soon leads out to the stage and accompanied by the Muppet Orchestra, whom is onstage for this number. The Female Singers then sings along with him later on in the song. Animal also gets a drum solo.

    BALCONY:
    Statler: What an unexpected musical number.

    Waldorf: That wasn't unexpected. That was bad.

    Statler: Huh. Come to think of it, everything on this show is expected to be bad. We've been here long enough to know it.

    Both: Dohohohoho

    VET'S HOSPITAL: The goldfish is in Vet's Hospital. He says he broke his fin playing Go Fish with Dean, to which Dr. Bob replies "Be lucky it wasn't a fisherman who broke it." Lew Zealand then interrupts, thinking the goldfish is one of his boomerang fish.

    BACKSTAGE:

    Fozzie: Ok...this time...this time, I'm going to do it...

    Kermit: Do what?

    Fozzie: This time...I'm going to tell Dean my joke! And nothing, nothing is going to stop me.

    Goldfish: -being thrown by Lew Zealnd- AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!! -hits Fozzie and knocks him down-

    Lew Zealand: Awww.....he's not one of my boomerang fish. He's just a regular, non-boomerang, gold fish. -leaves-

    Dean: -enters- Kermit, is everything alright?

    Kermit: Oh, everything's fine, Dean. Except the goldfish and Fozzie....

    Dean: Oh well, so much for best two out of three. -helps Fozzie up- Fozzie, are you alright?

    Fozzie: Ha.....Dean! Uh...uh....wait! My joke!

    Dean: Oh yeah.....your joke. You were gonna tell me it.

    Fozzie: Yeah and it's a doozy, too. -ahem- So....why.....

    Scooter: Hey, boss. It's time for Dean's final number.

    Kermit and Dean: Already?

    Fozzie: Not again!!!!

    Dean: Hey, don't feel bad, Fozzie. Why don't you join me in the last number?

    Fozzie: Me? Sing with the great......Dean Martin?

    Dean: Yup. What'ya say, old bear?

    Fozzie: .......Forget the joke. I'm singing with Dean Martin! Wocka wocka! -gets onstage with Dean-

    Kermit: Fozzie picking singing with Dean Martin over telling a joke to Dean Martin? Hmmm....-shrugs and goes onstage-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Okay, it's the moment you've all been waiting for....our final and exciting number for the evening!

    Watler: Good!

    Statler: We're leaving!

    Kermit: No, wait, fellas! Dean Martin's in the last number!

    Statler: Okay, frog, maybe we'll stay.

    Kermit: Good. -back to audience- And now, ladies and gentlemen, singin' tonight's final number is our guest star, Dean Martin, and our very own Fozzie Bear, YAAAAAAY!!!

    Statler and Waldorf: NOOOOO!!!! Not the bear!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Guys and Dolls, sung by Dean and Fozzie accompanied by The Muppet Orchestra, whom is onstage for this number.

    GOODNIGHTS:
    Kermit: Well, that just about wraps up tonight's show, but before we go, let us say thank you to our wonderfully talented guest star, whom has been a privalege for all of us to work with tonight, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Dean Martin! YAAAAAAAY!!!

    Dean: Thank you, so much, Kermit. Tonight was a lot of fun. Best fun I've had in years.

    Fozzie: Oh, but it'll be funner when I tell you my joke.

    Dean: Alright, Fozzie. Hit it!

    Fozzie: -ahem- So, what did the celebrity in Hollywood call her pet dinosaur? Dino Martin! Ah! Wocka wocka!

    Dean: Clever, clever, clever, Fozzie!

    Kermit: Alright, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Fozzie, Floyd, Zoot, Janice, Miss Piggy, and Lips)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:
    (The goldfish is up in the balcony with Statler and Waldorf)

    Goldfish: Hey! Hey, Dino! When ya gonna call me for our rematch?

    Waldorf: What's this goldfish doing up here?

    Statler: The backstroke.

    Both: Dohohoho!

    Goldfish: Hey! That's not funny, you guys!

    Waldorf: No.

    Statler: It's not.

    Both: It's hilarious! Dohohohohoho!

    END
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    Phew, this took forever to do (I blew a fuse in my room for a bit, but I'm okay now.). But this was still a lot of fun to make! More outlines to come soon! ;)
  16. LeahXZoot4Evur

    LeahXZoot4Evur Well-Known Member

    I love it! Luv the lips part!
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  17. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Thank you! I kinda thought that that part would give Lips a proper introduction to the series.
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  18. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    GUEST STAR: Elizabeth Montgomery (Best known as Samantha Stevens in "Bewitched")
    STYLE: Late Season 3 (Between Sylvester Stallone and Cheryl Ladd)

    COLD OPENING:
    Elizabeth's dressing room door opens magically, before Scooter could finish knocking.

    Scooter: Elizabeth Montgomery! Elizabeth Montgomery! 20 seconds till curtain, Miss Montgomery.

    Elizabeth: Oh, thank you, Scooter. Hey sorry about the door opening magically.

    Scooter: That's alright. Nothing's normal here anyways.

    Elizabeth: Well, then. I guess I'm perfectly safe. -twitches her nose, like Samantha, and a trumpet appears out of the blue-

    Scooter: Hey, how'd that get here?

    Elizabeth: -to the screen- A witch never tells her secrets. -winks-

    THEME SONG

    TRUMPET GAG: Gonzo's trumpet is missing.

    Gonzo: Hey! Where's my trumpet?

    The trumpet magically appears, replacing Gonzo's nose.

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Hi ho and welcome again to The Muppet Show. And tonight's going be a very "bewitching" night for us, because our guest star is one of the most beloved actresses of the entertainment world, Elizabeth Montgomery! But first, here's Gonzo........-reading card- driving a car? Oh...that...that's not bad. -gulp- I think.

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Shut Down, sung by Gonzo (backed up by a group of pigs in motorcycles (Not so similar to "I Get Around"), driving a car. Elizabeth, offstage, uses her Samantha witch power to make Gonzo not shut off the car and the car starts smoking up and explodes.

    BALCONY

    Waldorf: Oh, thank goodness. That number should've shut down earlier.

    Statler: What are you talking about? This whole show should shut down!

    Both: Dohohohoho!

    BACKSTAGE:

    Kermit: Gonzo, what happened out there?

    Gonzo: My whole life is flashing before my eyes.

    Kermit: Oh it flashed alright. Flashed bright enough to blind the audience.

    Elizabeth: Oh Kermit I heard about what happened out there. Is everything alright?

    Kermit: Yes, everything is fine, Elizabeth. It's just that Gonzo's car exploded on stage.

    Elizabeth: Oh well....that's a little strange.

    Kermit: No, it's typical of Gonzo, actually. But you are right. The car was working fine earlier.

    Elizabeth: Oh well, maybe Gonzo decided to add in an explosion or something.

    Gonzo: I add in most of my explosions on purpose. I didn't add any explosions into that car.

    Elizabeth: Ohh...well...I see. Well....who else could've done it?

    There's another brief explosion, and Crazy Harry comes running in.

    Crazy Harry: Hahahahahaha!

    Elizabeth, Kermit and Gonzo: Crazy Harry.

    PIGS IN SPACE: Elizabeth, whom is offstage using her Samantha witch power, causes mayhem on Swintrek. Even giving First Mate Piggy a bad hairdo and infesting the Swintrek with bacon.

    BACKSTAGE:

    Kermit: Miss Pi.........

    Miss Piggy: WHOSE BRIGHT IDEA WAS THIS!?!?! BACON AND A BAD HAIRDO!!!?!? I'm calling my agent! -storms off to her dressing room-

    Link Hogthrob: Oooh...I'm calling my agent, too. -leaves-

    Kermit: -to Dr. Strangepork- What about you?

    Dr. Strangepork: I don't have an agent. -leaves-

    Kermit: That's strange......first Gonzo's car explosion, then panic on "Pigs in Space".....something fishy's going on here.

    Lew Zealand: Hey! Did you say fishy? 'Cause fish is my name and game when it comes to my boomerang fish act!

    Kermit: I thought your name was Lew Zealand.

    Lew Zealand: Oh wait....yeah it is.

    Elizabeth: Alright, Kermit, I'm ready for my number.

    Kermit: Oh good, Elizabeth.

    Lew Zealand: -to Elizabeth- Hey hey, you played that witch on TV.

    Elizabeth: Yes, I did.

    Lew Zealand: Hey, do you think you can change this chair into a fish? I could use another one for my boomerang fish act.

    Elizabeth: Oh come off it, Lew. I only do that on television.

    Lew Zealand: But this is television.

    Elizabeth: On the show..."Bewitched." I only did that there. -goes onstage-

    Lew Zealand: Ohh....oh well. -leaves disappointingly-

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Okay, it is now my privlege to introduce our lovely guest star, who will be accompanied by our very own Rowlf on piano......

    Miss Piggy: -off screen- Lovely! Ugh!

    Kermit: Ummm...ladies and gentlemen, Elizabeth Montgomery! YAAAAAAY!!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: He's A Tramp, sung by Elizabeth, accompanied by Rowlf on piano.

    BALCONY:

    Statler: Oh that Elizabeth Montgomery is incredible.

    Waldorf: Yes. She's a very "Bewitching" woman.

    Statler: Maybe she could cast a spell on us that could get us outta here.

    Both: Dohohohoho.

    SWEDISH CHEF: The Swedish Chef tries to make Egg Salad, but a goose keeps attacking him, preventing him from using her eggs.

    UK SKETCH: Leader Of The Pack, sung by Annie Sue and three female pigs, with Link Hogthrob as Annie Sue's "Leader of the Pack."

    BACKSTAGE:

    Elizabeth is filing her nails, when there's a knock on the door.

    Elizabeth: Come in.

    Kermit: Ummm...Liz?

    Elizabeth: Hello, Kermit. Come in, come in. Make yourself at home.

    Kermit: This kinda is my home.

    Elizabeth: Well....anyways, what's the matter? A frog in your throat?

    Kermit: Hahahaha. Very funny. Anyways, I have a weird question to ask you.

    Elizabeth: Kermit, you should know by now that everything on this show is weird.

    Gonzo: -by the door, whispers- Ask her the question! Ask her the question!

    Elizabeth: Especially Gonzo. Anyways, you were saying?

    Kermit: Well...ummm...I asked Crazy Harry if he was the one that put the explosions in Gonzo's car...and he said he didn't do it.

    Elizabeth: Oh...

    Kermit: Yeah...so....are you a witch?

    Elizabeth: Kermit! You should know better than to ask your female guest stars that.

    Kermit: No no no, what I meant was...are you a witch? Like Samantha?

    Elizabeth: Kermit, I only play a witch on television.

    Kermit: But, this IS television, Liz......so that must mean....did YOU....do...the....ex...ex...

    Elizabeth: That's right.

    Kermit then faints.

    Elizabeth: Kermit? Kermit?

    Gonzo: I told him you were a witch. But he didn't wanna listen.

    VET'S HOSPITAL: A black cat is in Vet's Hospital. Nurse Janice keeps thinking that cats hate dogs, in which Dr. Bob replies "This one's an exception. He's the cat's meow."

    BALCONY:

    Statler: Yeesh, what this show needs is some kitty litter.

    Waldorf: Why's that?

    Statler: It'll help apologize to the cats watching this show.

    Both: Dohohohohoho

    Statler: Boo!

    Waldorf: Boo!


    BACKSTAGE:

    Kermit: I still can't believe it....

    Floyd: Believe what, my froggy friend?

    Kermit: Our guest star really is a witch.

    Floyd: Isn't our guest star Liz Montgomery?

    Kermit: Yeah....

    Floyd: Then what'd you expect? Sweet Shirley Temple? Which reminds me, I could really go for one right now. -laughs-

    Kermit: Floyd, this is serious! She could wreck the entire theater with her magic. What are we gonna do?

    Floyd: What else? Use her in our closing number.

    Kermit: What?

    The rest of The Electric Mayhem enter.

    Janice: Yeah, like, you said we're doing "Witchy Woman" tonight.

    Kermit: Yeah.

    Dr. Teeth: And Liz is a witch....

    Kermit: Only on television, Dr. Teeth.

    Floyd: Then what is this?

    Kermit: Television.

    Dr. Teeth: Exactly. So, we'd thought it'd be pretty groovy if Liz decided to use her magic witch powers in our closing number.

    Kermit: Well...I don't know...I....

    Animal: LIZZY! LIZZY! LIZZY!

    Elizabeth: -comes out of dressing room- Did someone call?

    Floyd: Animal, Miss Montgomery.

    Elizabeth: I heard something about me in the closing number.

    Janice: Yeah, you like wanna be in our number?

    Elizabeth: What do I have to do? What's in it for me?

    The Electric Mayhem huddle and then break.

    Dr. Teeth: All you have to do is show off that witch magic of yours in our number. You get a date with Zoot.

    Zoot: I didn't agree.....

    Dr. Teeth: Shhh!

    Elizabeth: Well....

    Dr. Teeth: Okay, Floyd.

    Floyd: Man, I'm not leaving Janice, even if it is Liz Montgomery.

    Janice: Fer sure.

    Dr. Teeth: Ummm...Animal?

    Animal: Ahahahahaha....

    Elizabeth: Ummm...no thanks.

    Dr. Teeth: Okay, me. You wanna go on a date with me?

    Elizabeth: Sure. I take band leaders any day.

    Zoot: Man, she digs you.

    INTRODUCTION:

    Kermit: Okay, now to close our show, here's our wonderful Electric Mayhem, causing their usual magical mayhem, along with our guest star, ladies and gentlemen, Liz Montgomery! YAAAAAAAAY!!!!!

    MUSICAL NUMBER: Witchy Woman, sung by The Electric Mayhem (with Dr. Teeth, Floyd and Janice on vocals. Animals yells our "Witchy Woman! Witchy Woman!") Elizabeth is onstage, dressed as a sexy witch, using her Samantha witch magic (such as black cats appearing and lightning strikes).


    GOODNIGHTS:

    Kermit: Well folks, I hope you guys have been "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered"...... just as much as I have been tonight. But before we go, let us say thank you to our lovely guest star, Elizabeth Montgomery! YAAAAAAY!!!

    Elizabeth: Oh thank you so much, Kermit. I had tons of fun tonight.

    Lew Zealand: Hey, hey, Miss Montgomery. Now that your a witch, can you change this chair into a fish.

    Elizabeth: Oh of course, Lew. -uses her Samantha magic, but accidentally turns Lew Zealand's head into a fish head- Uh oh, I guess my magic is backfiring on me now.

    Kermit: Oh boy....I don't wanna see this mischief. But, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show!!

    (Goodnights: Kermit, Fish Lew Zealand, Gonzo, Floyd, Janice, Annie Sue, and Animal)

    CLOSING THEME

    BALCONY:

    Waldorf: Let's hope Elizabeth's magic doesn't backfire on us.

    Statler: Yeah or we'd be cooked.

    Statler and Waldorf then magically disappear.

    END
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    This one was a fun one to make! Absolutely fun!!! More outlines to come! ;)
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  19. LeahXZoot4Evur

    LeahXZoot4Evur Well-Known Member

    Ahahahahahahahah! Elizabeth and Dr.Teeth...Luv it! Ur totally creative.:)
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  20. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I LOVE this outline, MissMusical12! You put a lot of effort and I believe Kermit and Floyd Pepper had the best lines. Miss Piggy with the bad hairdo! (LOL!) I never heard that coming, but this was awesome.
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