Wow let's see haha cause I could talk about Kermit & Piggy for hours it's not like my icon gives it away or anything. LOL! But anyways...I will say that on The Muppet Show it was hard to read Kermit's feelings for Piggy. At times it seemed he was attracted to her even becoming jealous in a few episodes but beyond that it was pretty much one sided. The funny thing is is when Kermit does become jealous he makes no means to hide it. If you saw The Fabulous Miss Piggy show Kermit became extremely jealous probably the most I've seen him then on TMS. And then when Piggy sings "You Light Up My Life" you could tell when Kermit was listening to her sing and Gonzo tells him he was starting to glow I don't know how you could not see Kermit had feelings for her at that moment. And the great thing about that is is it was just like TMS with the backstage stuff. So no one could argue it was only within a movie. I would say Kermit's feelings showed more after TMS. I would say between Muppet Caper and after MTM. Jim's Kermit was more harder to read as far as feelings go towards Piggy then Steve's. I always joke that it depended on Jim's mood if he wanted Kermit & Piggy to be a couple. I will say Jim was more having Kermit admit they were together after MTM. I know the movies are just that movies but in some ways it does kinda play into their real lives. Because even in MTM even though Kermit denied the wedding was only within the film Jim was starting to have Kermit admit more that they were a couple. Yeah he still denied at times but didn't seem as constricted with it as before. And when Jim was in Arsenio Hall one of his last apperances even though Kermit said they were having issues with their relationship he still was acknowleding they were together. It was possibly a new take Jim was taking with Kermit although that's just speculation because he past away shortly after that apperance. And then the talks of selling his company to Disney sort of got put off. Obviously the recent film played into Kermit & Piggy's real lives because now Kermit has consistantly admitted in every single interview that him and Piggy are in fact dating and have been together for 35 years. I should note Kermit denied they were dating until the film was released. So it was obviously something Steve and Eric possibly discussed that they finally just be a proper couple. I just remember in an interview Steve did a few years ago in that he said it's important for Kermit to always be himself but you can't have his character get stale you always have to be finding new ways to develop his character and keep it fresh. I think this was a perfect example of Steve taking a new turn on Kermit by not having him deny there's anything between him and Piggy. I dont think Disney played any part in that either. Disney might own The Muppets but I don't think they have THAT much say on what the puppeteers can and can't say.