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Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Fan Art' started by vettech28, May 15, 2012.

  1. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 8:
    Kermit: And now, continuing with musical tributes to Muppet shows, the next musical tribute is for a show whose mission was to bring a little peace to the world by bringing harmony and music to children's television making it one of the best Muppet projects we've ever been part of, ladies and gentleman, the music of Fraggle Rock!
    Fraggles: Dance your cares away, worry's for another day.
    Let the music play down at Fraggle Rock.
    Doozers: Work your cares away, dancing's for another day.
    Fraggles: Let the fraggles play!
    We're Gobo, Mokey, Wembley, Boober, Red!
    Uncle Matt: Every day, the world begins again.
    Sunny skies or rain, come and follow me.
    Gobo: Every sunrise shows me more and more.
    So much to explore, come and follow me.
    Both: Every morning, every day, every evening calling me away.
    Wembley: While the sun goes 'round, I'll still be found
    Following the sound, something's calling me.
    Red: When the world is drifting back to bed, memories fill my head,
    Wonders follow me.
    All: Every morning, every day, every evening calling me away.
    Every morning, every day, every evening calling me away.
    Gobo: Well, when I'm wemblin' west, I take the friend I like best.
    With Wembley: so we can wemble, wemble, wemble side by side.
    Wembley: And when we're wemblin' south, we stick our feet in our mouth
    Both: and we just wemble, wemble, wemble as we ride.
    Both: So now it's (scatting) 'cause it's a wemblin' song, can't go wrong.
    Yes, it's a (scatting), just wemblin' on.
    We wemble most to the east and north we wemble the least, but still we wemble, wemble, wemble along.
    Come on and wemble and you'll be just a wemblin' fool 'cause that's the wemble, womble, wimblin' song.
    So now it's (scatting) 'cause it's a wemblin' song, can't go wrong.
    Yes, it's a (scatting), just wemblin' on.
    Doozers: Dream a dream and make it true, that's what Doozers like to do and building is the Doozer way to go, two, three, four.
    'Cause every day, the world is new, there's dreams to pay attention to and building's the surest way we know, two, three, four.
    Set your shoulder, move that boulder; hup, two, three, four! Hup, two, three, four!
    Take our dream's work through our teamwork; hup, two, three, four, hup!
    Pa Gorg: The most magnificent thing in the world is a Gorg, is a Gorg.
    Ma Gorg: You'll rejoice 'til your toenails are curled with a Gorg, with a Gorg.
    Junior Gorg: It picks you up, it sets you down.
    It makes you sing all over town, it even tickles when you frown.
    Pa Gorg: The most magnificent thing in the world,
    Ma Gorg: the most splendificent thing you've ever hurled,
    Both: the most magnificent thing in the winter or the spring...
    Junior: is a Gorg!
    Red: Remember when now and then everything went wrong and then our friends would sing the Friendship song.
    Boober: You and I, we'd nearly cry to know their love was strong and by and by, we'd start to sing along.
    Both: Try a little longer for your friends, try a little longer for your friends.
    With the other fraggles, Doozers and Gorgs: Try a little longer for your friends, try a little stronger for your friends.
    Gobo: I can almost see a world of harmony, music in the air, friendship everywhere.
    Ties of love uniting you and me.
    Cotterpin: I can almost see a world of harmony.
    Red: Peace and love to share,
    Junior: radishes to spare,
    Mokey: babies everywhere
    Boober: in their underwear.
    All: All the world aware, we can truly care, ties of love uniting you and me.
    Wembley: Linking us in perfect harmony.
    Cotterpin: I had always thought the world was full of mystery,
    Wembley: I have seen to many faces that were strange
    Both: and it sometimes seemed that each one was my enemy
    Cotterpin: and I said our fighting ways would never change.
    Junior: But I've learned to meet my brother in my enemy
    Mokey: and I learned that we are none of us alone
    Both: for I've found a friend who's different and she/he cares for me
    Junior: and I know a place we share can be our home.
    All: We are the children of tomorrow, each one is different and the same.
    Help us to live here with our other, our brother, one in heart, one in hope, one in name.
    With Muppets: We are the children of tomorrow, each one is different and the same.
    Help us to live here with our other, our brother, one in heart, one in hope, one in name.
    With audience: We are the children of tomorrow, each one is different and the same.
    Help us to live here with our other, our brother, one in heart, one in hope, one in name.
  2. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Yes! Fraggle Rock! I watched the show in syndication when I was little with my mom. I love this show! This was definetely the last and latest Muppet Production ever created.
  3. muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

  4. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 9:
    Mickey: Well, is this turning into a great show or what?
    Waldorf: I'd have to go with "or what"!
    Statler: Hey, listen, you! I thought the Fraggle Rock medley was fantastic!
    Waldorf: Okay, I'l give you that much.
    Statler: But I think their music is better than anything the weirdos from The Muppet Show and a select few from Sesame Street could ever come up with.
    (Both laugh)
    Mickey: Well, folks, we'll break into an intermission and in the meantime, here is music provided by the Muppet Show Orchestra!
    (Band plays "Sax and Violence")
    Mickey: Looks like everyone loves you!
    Goofy: Of course. You guys are famous beyond belief!
    Kermit: Why, thanks, you guys.
    Walter: I never, ever believed that the Muppets were ever no famous. Me, being a huge Muppet fan, I'm among many, have you ever seen the Muppe Central website or listened to the Muppetcast? They're so many fans out there! Everyone loves them!
    Pete: Not everyone!
    Mickey: Pete? What are you doing here?
    Pete: Besides making sure there's a show going o or I shut the House of Mouse down, I wanted to take a little revenge on you, Muppets!
    Kermit: Revenge? What do you mean, "revenge"?
    Pete: I'll explain everything in song, like that Tex Richman guy the new Muppet movie.
    Showgirls: He's Pete, everybody listen.
    Just how great it is to be him.
    He's the greatest, you're the lamest, Muppets are a waste of time, can't you see?
    Pete: It's funny in my little world when I need a piece of string, I use a string of pearls.
    If something's for sale, consider it sold.
    I got so much gold, I gold plate my gold.
    I even got a guy who can plate my cat.
    I don't regret much, but I do regret that.
    If I could start all over, I'd do it all the same
    except I wouldn't gold plate little Twinkles again.
    (Showgirls part repeats)
    I recall a heartbreaking story about my own 10th birthday party.
    Should have been a glorious day for me.
    I'd have been happy as can be.
    But the Muppets were there to put on a show.
    They started to dance, they were telling their jokes.
    I didn't laugh, I didn't know how.
    Then my friends, they all turned around and they laughed at me!
    They laughed at me, I hate you Muppets so!
    (Show girls part repeats)
    Little Muppets, it's time to give up your dream!
    Mickey: Oh, come on, Pete. They didn't do anything wrong.
    Daisy: The only reason why anybody wouldn't laugh at them when they sang, danced or told jokes is that they have no heart and no soul.
    Donald: Hey, that sounds like Pete, fits him to a T!
    Pete: You wait and see, I'll shut this place down and then everyone will forget about you Muppets somehow. I always find a way to do it.
    Minnie: We can't let Pete shut the House of Mouse down!
    Walter: and we can't let anyone out there forget about all the Muppets either!
    Kermit: Still, we need to keep the show going, but how?
    Miss Piggy: Ahem! Perhaps moi can help?
    Kermit: What a great idea! Miss Piggy can perform her musical number and then we'll see what happens! I'll tell the band and the penguins to get ready.
  5. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Uh-oh! That tune is "Let's Talk About Me" which is Tex Richamn's song. Great job though vettech28. I would love more pleaseeeee.
  6. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 10:
    Mickey: This will show Pete!
    Walter: Yeah, nothing will stop us now!
    Kermit: And now, ladies and gentlemen, introducing a lady who always knows how to make an entrance, here she is, the fantastic Miss Piggy! Yaaaaaaaay!
    Penguins:A heat wave moved right into town last week.
    She came from the island of Martinique.
    The can can she daces will make you fry,
    the can can is really the reason why.
    Miss Piggy: We're having a heat wave, a tropical heat wave.
    The temperature's rising, it isn't surprising.
    Penguins: She certainly can, can can.
    Miss Piggy:I started the heat wave by letting my seat wave.
    Penguins: And it's such a way that the customers say that
    Miss Piggy: I certainly can, can can.
    Penguins: Gee, her anatomy made the mercury jumped to ninty-three.
    Yes, sir.
    We're having a heat wave. (Oh, what a heat wave!)
    A tropical heat wave. (I'm in a heat wave!)
    The way that she moves, that thermometer proves that she certainly can.
    Miss Piggy: And you bet I can.
    Penguins: She certainly can
    Miss Piggy: can can!
    Waldorf: You know, I always thought that pig had great talent.
    Statler: Yeah, I guess you can say she always brings home the bacon!
    (Both laugh)
  7. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I thought this section was really hilarious. BTW: Who orignally preformed Heat Wave, Vecttech28.
  8. muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

  9. vettech28 Active Member

    Marilyn Monroe originally performed "Heat Wave" from the classic movie, "No Business like Show Business", at least I think that's the title of the film. You can find it on YouTube as well as the Miss Piggy version.
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  10. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 11:
    Kermit: Miss Piggy, that was fantastic!
    Miss Piggy: Of course. Let's just say I always know how to bring the house down.
    Floyd: What is that, a figure of speech or a reference to your weight? (Laughs)
    Miss Piggy: Oh, knock it off, beatnik!
    Clarabelle: Miss Piggy, you were fabulous!
    Miss Piggy: Why, thank you.
    Clarabelle: Now, if you don't mind, I must ask you a few personal questions. First of all, what can you tell me about your relationship with Kermit? Are you really married or is that just hearsay?
    Miss Piggy: Well, as much as Kermit doesn't like to admit it, we are, in fact, a married couple.
    Clarabelle: My gossiping intuituion was right all along! How long have you been together?
    Miss Piggy: Let's seen, we were married in 1984, so that makes 28 years.
    Clarabelle: My goodness, that's longer than most celebrity marriages these days!
    Miss Piggy: Well, it's a long and healthy working relationship.
    Kermit: Miss Piggy, it's time to get ready for your parts in "Pigs in Space" and "Veterinarian's Hospital"
    Miss Piggy: Oh, right. Excuse me, Clarabelle.
    Clarabelle: No problem, dear.
    Kermit: So, what were you girls talking about?
    Clarabelle: Oh, you know, the usual thing women talk about.
    Kermit: Let me guess, did she tell you that we were married?
    Clarabelle: Well, for lack of a better explanation...yes.
    Kermit: I hate it when she does that to me!
    Clarabelle: You mean to say, you're not really married? Did you get a divorce?
    Kermit: We did not get a divorce! If we got one, we would have been married already! Look, the truth is that she tricked me into marrying her numerous times and when we did "The Muppets take Manhattan", she finally succeeded! Now everyone thinks we are married!
    Clarabelle: Ooh, how juicy!
    Kermit: I don't have time to talk about this. Scooter!
    Scooter: Yes, chief?
    Kermit: Can you go ahead and inroduce everyone from the TV specials we've done on stage for their medley?
    Scooter: Right away, sir.
    Kermit: Miss Piggy has done it now. But I'll talk to her after this.
  11. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 12:
    Kermit: Well, ladies and gentlemen, besides being part of TV shows, we also have done some well known TV specials. So with a medley of songs from those TV specials, here are the characters from "Emmet Otter's Jug-band Christmas", "Dog City", "The Tale of the Bunny Picnic", "The Christmas Toy" and featuring our very good friend, Billy Bunny.
    Jug-band: When you meet somebody that don't like soul food, they've still got a soul and it don't mean that you've got no rhythm if you don't like rock and roll.
    But if you taste's like mine,you like cider, not wine and you're very favorite thing to do
    Wendell: is get a pretty girl dancing to jug-band music and a mess of mama's barbecue.
    Jug-band: Brabecue
    Emmet: lifts my spirit,
    Jug-band: I swear that it never fails and the sauce mama makes just stays there forever if you dare to get it under your nails.
    Emmet: So get the
    Jug-band: frown off your face, we're gonna replace it with a grin and a dream come true
    Wendell: with a pretty girl dancing to jug-band music
    Jug-band: and a mess of mama's barbecue.
    Billy Bunny: Here at the pond where the lily pads grow, froggies are talking above and below.
    Telling a story you don't want to miss, all put together, it's something like this.
    Frogs: Ribbit, croak, nee-deep, croak, ribbit.
    Nee-deep, croak, ribbit, croak, nee-deep.
    There's so much to say and we have all day.
    Nee-deep, croak, ribbit.
    Dogs: There's a scene you've gotta catch, there's a plot about to hatch.
    Put on your collar and sniff around, you gotta dig this crazy town.
    Huckters, hustlers, gamblers, fool, gangsters breaking all the rules.
    Watch where you step, look out below, it's hip everybody wants to go.
    Dog City, everybody wants to go.
    Dog City, everybody wants to go.
    Dog City, every crazy cat I know and every lowdown so and so.
    Dog City, everybody wants to go.
    Dog City, everybody in the know.
    Put your glad rags on, bring lots of dough.
    Hurry up, everybody wants to go.
    Apple: When there's a big job to be done or a race that must be won,
    no matter how impossible it seems.
    Balthazar: If there's a feeling in your heart, on your mark, get set to start
    and head on out to try and reach your dreams.
    Rugby: You've got to try the impossible, dare the increadible.
    Climb aboard and take a ride, hope that luck is on your side.
    Mew: Try the impossible 'cause if you do, you can make the impossible come true.
    Belmont: There's a wise and simple lesson when your hopes are growing dim,
    Simply take the word impossible and throw away the "Im".
    All: You've got to try the impossible, dare the incredible climb aboard and take a ride, hope that luck is on your side.
    Try the impossible 'cause if you do, you can make the impossible come true.
    Bean: When you stand all alone and you feel the weight of zero in your bones.
    When the wrong just goes on and the fight is like a night without a dawn,
    with Lugsy: There's a voice you will hear, it will tell you what is right in spite of fear.
    And the voice is a drum, it will lead you to your courage, it will tell your friends to come.
    Bunnies: Drum of right, lead the fight.
    Drum of time, we shall climb.
    We will march to fight the wicked 'til the wicked take to flight
    for we serve the drum of right.
    All: Old friends, new friends home with a family.
    we'll be together at Christmas.
    Snowflakes, sleigh bells bringing back memories.
    We'll be together at Christmas.
    Some things change with passing years, let this feeling stay.
    with Muppets and audience: Old friends, new friends hoping we'll always be here with each other together on Christmas Day.
  12. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 13:
    After the medley was over, Pete hides unseen backstage figuring out a way to end the Muppets' time at the House of Mouse.
    Pete: As soon as I can figure out a way to shut this place down, those Muppets days as famous movie and TV stars will be numbered. But how?
    Kermit: Pigs in Space on stage, please!
    Miss Piggy: Kermie, you must know I do apoligize about what I've said to Clarabelle about us being married and all.
    Kermit: Not now, Piggy. Just get on stage with the others and then you gotta change for "Veterinarian's Hospital"!
    Daisy: How do those two stand each other in the same room?
    Minnie: Beats me.
    Walter: It's a long story. I'm not sure you'd want to know all the details.
    Mickey: And now, the Muppets proudly present, the classic Muppet Show skits. First off, "Pigs in Space"!
    Announcer: And now, "Pigs in Space"! Starring the pompous Captain Link Hogthrob, the feisty First Mate Miss Piggy and the impetuous Dr. Julius Strangepork. When last we left the spaceship Swinetrek, it had developed a severe list.
    Miss Piggy: Do something!
    Link: I can't correct it. There's something wrong with the Gyro..., what was the name, Dr. Strangepork?
    Dr. Strangepork: I don't know, but if it doesn't get fixed soon, it'll mess up our billiard's game for tonight.
    Miss Piggy: Maybe I can fix it?
    As she moves to the other side, the ship is balanced.
    Miss Piggy: There.
    Dr. Strangepork: That's all? All you did was sit in Link's seat!
    Link: Maybe it took a woman's touch. (Laughs)
    Miss Piggy: At least it worked.
    Link: It certainly did. Now I'll have to go back to my own seat.
    Miss Piggy: Wait, wait, wait! Oh, no!
    Link: It's doing it again.
    Dr. Starngepork: Hey, First Mate Piggy, come here, please.
    Miss Piggy: Why?
    Dr. Strangepork: Just come here.
    Miss Piggy: All right, excuse me. Watch it. Wait, wait, what the...?
    Dr. Strangepork: Link, I think we've found the answer.
    Link: Huh?
    Miss Piggy:It's a coincidence, Strangepork.
    Dr. Strangepork: Oh, yeah? Then why don't you go back to your own seat?
    Miss Piggy: I think I will. Uh-oh.
    Link: Hey, I get it now.
    Miss Piggy: One more word from you and you're dead!
    Link: As you wish, First Mate Fatso! (Laughs)
    Miss Piggy: Fatso? That does it!
    Then chases after Link and Dr. Strangepork causing the spaceship to lean from side to side.
    Statler: You know, it's kind of strange to see the sketch again.
    Waldorf: Why? Did you see any changes from last time?
    Statler: Yeah, the sketch got worse with age!
    (Both laugh)
  13. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I saw that sketch on Youtube last year. That one is hilarious since there is always Muppet chaos. (laughs)! Thank you for posting, vettech28!
  14. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 14:
    Kermit: Okay, everybody. Quick change for "Veterinarian's Hospital"! "Muppet Labs" on stage next!
    Mickey: I don't get it, Kermit. How do you manage all of this craziness every show?
    Kermit: Years of practice and a little thing called "Controlled chaos"
    Bunsen: Dr. Bunsen Honeydew here at Muppet Labs where the future is being made today. Well, I've got news of welcome relief for short, stubby people like Beaker here. Announcing new from Muppet Labs is the Atomic Elevator Shoes. Yes, these shoes can add inches to your height at the mere flick of a lever. Beaker is wearing them now and they work like this...up and down.
    (Beaker meeps frantically)
    Oh, Beaker, stop it! You're just acting like a baby! These shoes can increase your height by nearly 50% and it makes you incredibly tall. Beaker, you're still wearing your stripy socks! That's all today from Muppet Labs.
    (Beaker falls over because of the extreme height)
    Waldorf: It's amazing how Miss Piggy remains a big star.
    Statler: Yeah, in more ways other than her weight!
    (Both laugh)
    Pete: Now it's time for lights out House of Mouse and the Muppets.
    Fuse battery: Hey, what are you doing? Hey, let me go!
    (Electricity and lights go out)
    Kermit: What the hey?
    Gonzo: Who turned out the lights? I was working on my latest stunt, walking through a cactus patch blindfolded. Who needs the blindfold? This is more fun! Oh! Ouch! Yikes!
    Minnie: Mickey, what happened?
    Mickey: I wouldn't be surprised if Pete had something to do with this.
    Donald: That big goofball had doen this once before.
    Scooter: What'll we do now? "Vet's Hospital" is up next.
    Rowlf: That's okay. We'll improvise. After all, we performed this sketch in total darkness once before.
    Mickey: Well, I don't know if this is going to work.
    Scooter: Trust me, you'll be surprised how resilient they are when it comes to things like this.
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  16. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I agree muppetlover123! Pete is the villian of Mickey & his friends. I hope the Fraggles or others don't fall asleep before Vet's Hosipital sketch begins. I did noticed that in "the Day the /Music Died," that Fraggles fall asleep in total darkness when there is no music and the (ahem) ditizies start dying after turning the lights out of Fraggle Rock. Post more before I (yawns) fall asleep too. zzzzzzzzzzzz! zzzzzzzzz! Huh? I am not even sleepy yet. (Groans)!
  17. Duke Remington Active Member

    You forgot about quite a few of the specials here, such as "Hey Cinderella", "The Frog Prince", "The Muppet Musicians of Bremen" and "The Great Santa Claus Switch".
  18. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Good job, Duke Remington! Vettech28 did forget the specials including: "Hey Cinderella", "The Frog Prince", "The Muppet Musicians of Bremen," and "The Great Santa Claus Switch."

    Vettech28 - Please post more when you have time. Don't tell Red I said that (chuckles)!
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  19. vettech28 Active Member

    I apologize for not including those specials, but I'm not very familiar with those specials. I'm sorry if I offended anybody by not including those specials in the story.
    Chapter 15:
    Annoncer: Time once again for "Veterinarian's Hospital", the continuing story of a quack who's gone to the dogs.
    Miss Piggy: Where are you guys?
    Rowlf: Over here!
    Miss Piggy: oh.
    Janice: Dr. Bob, it's so dark, you can't see your hand in front of your face!
    Rowlf: Well, don't worry. I remember what it looks like. It's brown and it has those five pointy things.
    Miss Piggy: Dr. Bob, you have to cancel the operation. It's too dangerous. Nobody can see anything!
    Rowlf: Well, if that includes the audience, it's the safest bet we've ever done.
    Just a second. Ah-ha! (Comes back wearing a miner's hat and a flashlight)
    Miss Piggy: Dr. Bob, that's a miner's hat!
    Rowlf: Yes, and a pick. Now where's the patient?
    Miss Piggy: You can't use a pick on the patient.
    Rowlf: No, but I can use it on the patient's pockets!
    Now where is he?
    Janice: He's right here, Dr. Bob. He was trying to fix the power line and got a severe shock!
    Miss Piggy: When he sees who his doctor is, he's going to get a real shock!
    Janice: Not that kind of shock, he was shocked by ten thousand volts!
    Rowlf: Gee, that should be enough to get him elected!
    What was he ruuning for?
    Miss Piggy: The hills if he had any sense.
    Janice: Not votes, volts!
    Rowlf: Well, run some volts through him again!
    Janice: Again?
    Rowlf: Yes, it's called "Re-volting"!
    Miss Piggy and Janice: It certainly is.
    Announcer: And so, we come to the end of another "Veterinarian's Hospital". Tune in next week when you'll hear Dr. Bob say:
    Rowlf: Listen, if it's still dark when the patient comes to, give him this.
    Miss Piggy: That's a ball point pen with a little light. What good is that?
    Rowlf: He can see to sign a check!
    Statler: You know, I don't know how those guys go on with the show under these circumstances.
    Waldorf: I don't either, but at least it'll be an elightening experience for the audience!
    (Both laugh)
  20. FrackleFan2012 Well-Known Member

    Awesome part here! I love it when Muppet Universes come together.

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