I'm kind of with you on that, however I keep hearing good things about Joan's recent documentary. How can I not love Kathy too? Some folk are concerned about the growing number of cameos and wonder just how many Muppets they'll still be able to squeeze into this Muppet movie. That's mostly fanboy Chicken Little Syndrome IMHO. These cameos will be brief and breeze by before we know what happened. We know from Muppet writer Jim Lewis that scripts traditionally don't require cameos and they're largely last minute arrangements. If anyone claims the Muppets are too muggy or have somehow sold-out then remember this - - they've always been Hollywood and the Muppets originated in advertising! All is fine. Don't worry. Nobody's landed. I think it'll be a great time and the growing list of cameo support for the film also appears to support the film's premise of a large gathering to save the Muppet Studio! Just my two cents. I'm ecstatic and it's great how they seem to have cameos of all different types.