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The Muppets at the House of Mouse

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

  1. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Wow! That sketch was hilarious! This is amazing! More please!
  2. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 16:
    Kermit: Nice work, guys, even though we're all still in the dark.
    Mickey: Any update on the lights?
    Walter: Last I heard, Goofy and Gonzo are fixing them right now.
    Kermit: Goofy and Gonzo?
    Goofy: Have you got the wires hooked up right, Gonzo?
    Gonzo: Give me some time, Goofy. You know what they say,"Rome wasn't built in a day". (Electricity crackles) AHHHHHH!
    Goofy: Gawrsh! Are you okay?
    Gonzo: Are you kidding? That was the most amazing feeling I've ever experienced!
    Kermit: In the meantime, we have to figure out how to keep the audience entertained and figure out how to get the lights working again.
    Scooter: Bad news, cheif.
    Kermit: Oh, great. I don't know how much more bad news I can take. What's going on?
    Scooter: The Fraggles are starting to fall asleep.
    (Fraggles snoring)
    Minnie: They're not the only ones. Look at the audience!
    Daisy: They're falling asleep, too!
    (Audience snoring)
    Fozzie: What do we do now?
    Suddenly, a mysterious voice comes through the dark
    Voice: May I make a suggestion? We just go on with the show.
    Kermit: Who said that?
    Voice: I did! Look out below!
    Then it becomes clear who the mystery voice belonged to...
    Mickey: Why, it's the Cat in the Hat!
    Walter: No doubt about that!
    Cat: Hmm. Sure looks like you really need some light around here.
    Kermit: You're not kidding. What are you doing here anyway?
    Cat: I had a sense that you needed some help, so myself and my friends from the Wubbulous world came by to help.
    Walter: Wubbulous world? As in "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Suess"? Oh, man! I loved watching that show!
    Terrence McBird: We're not the only ones that stopped by. Look!
    Fozzie: I don't believe it! The characters from "Bear in the Big Blue House" are here, too!
    Bear: That's right. We're here to help. (Sniffs) Anybody else smell smoke?
    Kermit: Never mind that. Let's get this show on the road!
  3. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I warned you, author! The Fraggles fall asleep in the dark! Everybody's alseep? Oh dear! Author, we need lights!
    :excited: Mokey, who are you talking to?
    Oh! Somebody you don't know Red. Ahem! I will say that light keeps us awake. More story please?
  4. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 17:
    Pete: My plan is falling into place. Now phase two...hypnotize the audience so they can forget about those dumb Muppets and make them unaware of their existence. (Laughs)
    (On Microphone): Listen up, audience. Listen to my voice and follow the light on the wall. You will forget about all that's happened tonight. You will forget about the Muppets and forget they even exist.
    Audience: We will forget about all that's happened and we will forget about the Muppets.
    Walter: We can't let Pete do this!
    Mickey: Got that right, Walter! All right, Kermit! Do your stuff!
    Kermit: You've got it, Mickey! Hold it right there, Pete! We have more on the way!
    Pete: So what? The audience will have forgotten about you by now.
    Kermit: Not for long. Ladies and gentlemen, if you're listening, we have a special surprise for you. Believe it or not, we have all the characters from "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Suess" and "Bear in the Big Blue House" will be performing some songs tonight. So without further delay, Let's go to the Wubbulous World and visit the Big Blue house!
    Bear: Welcome to the blue house.
    Tutter: Hello from the small mouse.
    Bear: Things to do
    Pip and Pop: fun for you.
    Bear: Howdy from the big bear.
    Want some fun?
    Pip and Pop: Here's where.
    Bear: Just for you,
    Tutter: all is new.
    All: In the house of blue.
    Pip and Pop: Lots of room at our house.
    Bear: Catch the moon at our house.
    Tutter: Kitchen's here,
    Pip and Pop: bathroom's there.
    Bear: Attic full of stuff here.
    Ojo: Pillows full of fluff here
    Treelo: Plenty to do
    Ojo: just for you
    All: in the house of blue.
    Welcome, welcome, welcome to the big blue house.
    Welcome,welcome, welcome to the big blue house.
    Door is open
    Tutter: come on in.
    Bear: Now you're here.
    All: So let's...begin!
    Cat: Come on along. Get up and let's shout "Hooray" now!
    Sarah Hall Small: We're gonna have a wubbulous kind of day now.
    Cat: Just grab a hat and spin around,
    Horton and Morton: you'll be ten feet off the ground.
    Fox in Socks and Mr. Knox: Come on along, we're waiting for you.
    Cat and Terrence: This is the song to welcome you to
    All: The Wubbulous World of Dr. Suess.
    Cat: C-A-T N-A-P, Catnap.
    All you cats come gather 'round.
    There's a new beat goin' down.
    Groove along to the swinging sound and take a nap with me.
    C-A-T N-A-P, Catnap.
    Everybody, no you see,
    Taking a nap is the key.
    Take a tip from Mr. T (That's me!) and take a nap with me!
    C-A-T N-A-P, come on everyone!
    All: Catnap!
    Bear: Uh-oh, I'm getting that feeling again.
    Yeah, it's an itchin', a twichin', a scritchin', a scratchin'.
    It's time for the Bear Cha-cha-cha!
    When I feel my toes start to twitch, my lips go "la-la-la-la-la-la".
    And my arms and legs get the itch, it's time to do the Bear cha-cha-cha.
    Cha-cha-cha, Ha-cha-cha!
    Gonna cha-cha-cha, Ooh-la-la!
    Time to cha-cha-cha, the Bear cha-cha-cha.
    Now you might notice some people stop and stare.
    Pip, Pop, Tutter and Ojo: Who? What? Why? How? Where?
    Bear: You can explain to them you're an honorary bear.
    Everybody now!
    Bear characters and Dr. Suess characters: Cha-cha-cha. (Ha-cha-cha!)
    Gonna cha-cha-cha, Ooh-la-la.
    Time to cha-cha-cha, the Bear cha-cha-cha.
    The Bear cha-cha-cha!
    Bear: Cha-cha-cha
    Pete: What? How could this happen? I thought I had them all hypnotized!
    Walter: Sorry, Pete. But when it comes to the Muppets,
    All: never underestimate the power of music!
    The the lights turn on.
    Minnie: The lights!
    Kermit: The power's back on!
    Goofy: Yep, and it's all thanks to Gonzo!
    Gonzo comes out burnt and eyes lit up.
    Gonzo (weakly): All in a day's work! (Passes out)
  5. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Whew! Huh? What happened? Oh my! I'm awakw thank goiodness. Yes, the Fraggles and everyone's awake. Hynotize? Oh dear! The awful green creature...what is it?...oh yes the mean genie Red, Mokey (that's me), Boober, and Gobo, except Wembley, because he did on prupose made an awful mistake. I am glad he stood for us! So the lights are on? Yes! I don't believe it! All right, more plz!
  6. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 18:
    Kermit: And now, ladies and gentlemen, it's time for our new member of the Muppet gang, Walter, to present a special tribute to our creator, Jim Henson. And now, here is Walter!
    Walter: Thank you all very much! You know, ever since starring in the latest Muppet movie, I always thought to myself, "I'm living the dream!". I've always admired Kermit the Frog and the rest of the Muppet gang as well as the characters from Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock, but one thing I've found out was the real person behind the Muppets proved to the world that anything is possible and the biggest dreams can come true. His name is Jim Henson.
    Then shows a film he put together about Jim Henson's life and legacy with montages about different projects throughout his career.
    Walter (narrating): After Jim and his wife, Jane, got their start with Sam and Friends, all throughout the 1960s, they created TV comercials featuring brand new and funny characters that delighted TV audiences across the country. During this time, Rowlf the Dog was one of the first Muppet characters to appear on regular TV programming when he appeared on The Jimmy Dean show in 1963. Then later in the mid 60s, the Muppets became a household nam when they made frequent appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show. In 1969, a woman named Joan Ganz Cooney, hired Jim and his crew of performers and writers to appear on a then "experimental" children's television show which was given the name Sesame Street. Ever since, the combination of live actors and actresses interacting with the Muppet characters along with original animation to teach children about letters, numbers and all sorts of life lessons make Sesame Street the best children's show ever made.
    Ernie: That loose nose joke never gets old.
    Bert: Ernie!
    Walter (narrating): In the 70s, Jim wanted to be more than just a puppeteer for children, he wanted a program that would appeal to adults, too. So with a lot of hard work and persistence, The Muppet Show premiered on television in 1976. Them the world became familiar with new characters like Fozzie Bear, The Great Gonzo, The Electric Mayhem, and of course, Miss Piggy.
    Miss Piggy: I always love it when moi takes to the stage.
    (Other Muppets grumble, then Miss Piggy gives them a dirty look then they quiet down)
    Walter (narrating): Because of the success of The Muppet Show, three movies were created featuring The Muppets, The Muppet Movie, The Great Muppet Caper and The Muppets Take Manhattan.
    Miss Piggy: That wedding was the best day of my life.
    Kermit: Piggy, I keep telling you, that was just acting, we weren't actually married.
    Miss Piggy: Whatever you say, hubby.
    Walter (narrating): In the 1980s, Jim continued to create new projects, such as Fraggle Rock, The Dark Crystal, Labrynth and the Muppet Babies. These projects showed Jim's ability to create brand new worlds that are magical and at the same time, a little strange. Jim's creativity showed in TV specials he created for kids and their families to enjoy throughout the 70s and the 80s like The Frog Prince, Emmet Otter's Jug-band Christmas, The Tale of the Bunny Picnic and The Christmas Toy. In 1989, Jim created the Jim Henson Hour, a short-lived TV show featuring a brand new world featuring new characters and new stories like The Storyteller, The Song of the Cloud Forest and Dog City.
    Waldo: Hey, that's me! I looked really good for being in the 80s.
    Walter (narrating): Near the end of his life, Jim partnered with Disney to create and new attraction to the Disneyland and Disney World parks called Muppetvision 3D and a new TV special called The Muppets at Walt Disney World. Sadly, not long after, Jim Henson died from pneumonia on May 16, 1990. It was a sad day for Jim's family, friends and the Muppet family. A memorial was held in New York on May 21st, five days after his death. Even though he's gone, his legacy lives on with new movies and TV shows like Muppets Tonight, A Muppet Christmas Carol, Muppet Treasure Island, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Suess and Bear in the Big Blue House.
    Walter (on stage): Jim, along with the Muppets and his team of performers, directors, producers, designers and writers, helped me to believe in myself and others and to do my best and follow my dreams. And you know, it just goes to show
    Singing: If just one person believes in you, deep enough and strong enough believes in you
    Hard enough and long enough, before you knew it, someone else would think, "If he can do it, I cn do it." Making it...
    with Kermit: Two whole people who believe in you, deep enough and strong enough believe in you,
    Hard enough and long enough, there's bound to be some other person who believes in making it a threesome. Making it...
    with Fozzie: three people who can say, "Believe in me".
    And if three whole people,
    with Mickey: why not four?
    All Muppets and Disney characters: and if four whole people, why not more and more and more?
    And when all those people believe in you, deep enough and strong enough believe in you, hard enough and long enough, it stands to reason, you yourself will start to see what everybody sees in you.
    Walter: and maybe even you (Maybe even you)
    Muppets and Disney characters: can believe in you, too.
  7. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Oh, vettech28! This was beautiful! I love "Just One Person" and that song touches all of us. The new movie, The Muppets brought me back childhood memories a lot.Fraggle Rock was my favorite show to watch...I mean to read about. I don't want to get carried on technology. Beautiful! More plz!
  8. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 19:
    Mike: And now, ladies and gentlemen, the Muppets proudly present a special tribute to Jim Henson!
    Kermit: Thank you! You know, we Muppets have been around for a long time, well over 50 years! And throughout this time, Jim was with us all the way and this song always reminds us that we can always reach for our dreams, and a lot of times, they can come true.
    Singing: Why are there so many songs about rainbows and what's on the other side?
    Rainbows are visions, but only illusions and rainbows have nothing to hide.
    So we've been told and some choose to believe it, I know they're wrong wait and see.
    Someday, we'll find it, the rainbow connection, the lovers, the dreamers and me.
    Walter: Who said that every wish would be heard and answered when wished on the morning star?
    Somebody thought of that and someone believed it, look what it's done so far.
    What's so amazing that keeps us stargazing and what do we think we might see?
    Someday, we'll find it, the rainbow connection, the lovers, the dreamers and me.
    All Muppets and Disney characters: All of us under its spell, we know that it's probably magic.
    Have you been half-asleep and have you heard voices?
    I've heard them calling my name.
    Is this the sweet sound that calls the young sailor?
    The voice might be one and the same.
    I've heard it too many times to ignore it, it's something that I'm suppossed to be.
    Someday, we'll find it, the rainbow connection, the lovers, the dreamers and me.
    La-da-da-dee-da-da-do, la-da-da-da-da-dee-da-do.
  9. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    I Love the Rainbow Connection! That song does at times puts me to tears. This is great, vettech28! I miss Jim! I have not seen him in person, but he left us with a rainbow connection, magic, and that sometimes it is not eay bein' green or what color you like cannot be easy for you. (sniffles)! He loved everything, creatures like us maybe. Oh I really miss everything that put our world into ease. Yeah! Today, there is death and dessurection, Not everything is into harmony, peaceful, or being intelligent. (cries)! Everyone is being way too typical. Oh woe! Well, I'm glad I have plenty of friends.
  10. vettech28 Active Member

    Chapter 20:
    Pete (crying): What was I thinking? I can't let anybody forget about them. They're the best! And I love "Rainbow Connection", that's my favorite song!
    Mickey: I'm glad you've changed your mind, Pete.
    Donald: You know, you're not so bad.
    Pete: Well, it just reminded me of how great they are.
    Goofy: We all think they're terrific.
    Mickey: Take us home, Mike.
    Mike: You've got it, Mickey! Special thanks to our special guests, the Muppets, for being at the House of Mouse tonight and to celebrate, we're having a party on Main Street just outside and everyone's invited!
    Kermit: Come on, everybody! Let's go!
    (All cheering, music begins)
    Kermit: Everything is great,
    Miss Piggy: everything is grand,
    Walter: we've got the whole wide world in the palm of our hand.
    Mickey: Everything is perfect,
    Minnie: it's falling into place,
    Donald: I can't seem to wipe this smile off my face.
    All: Life's a happy song when there's someone by your side to sing along.
    Goofy: Everything is great, we'll live happily ever after.
    Scooter: And we'll giving the world the third greatest gift,
    Fozzie: laughter!
    Pete: The show is almost over, it's time to say, "So long!"
    Oscar: Will you please stop singing, I really hate that song!
    All: Life's a happy song when there's someone by your side to sing along.
    Statler: We're happier when you don't sing!
    Girls: We've got everything that we need, we can be whatever we want to be.
    Boys: Nothing we can't do.
    Kermit: The skies are blue when it's me and you and you and you and you and you and you and...well, all of you!
    (Instrumental and dance interlude)
    All: We've got everything that we need, we can be whatever we want to be.
    Nothing we can't do, the skies are blue when it's me and you and you and you.
    Life's a happy song,
    Daisy: when there's someone by your side to sing,
    All: Life's a happy song
    Beaker: Mee-mee-mee-mee-mee-mee-mee-mee-mee.
    All: Life's a happy song when there's someone by your side to sing along!
    (Walter whistles)
    Kermit: Gee, thanks for having us, Mickey.
    Mickey: Don't mention it, pal. And to all of you watching or reading, we'll see you next time, either at the House of Mouse
    Kermit: or on The Muppet show!
  11. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Life's a Happy Song! SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
    I can't help, but that song is one of my favorites ever.
    Awesome! More if you have the time!
  12. FrackleFan2012 Well-Known Member

    You forgot The Ghost of Faffner Hall and Mopatop's Shop!!
  13. Duke Remington Active Member

    It's okay. You can always watch them on YouTube and be able to get ideas for rewriting that chapter to include Hey Cinderella, Santa Claus Switch, Frog Prince and Bremen.
  14. vettech28 Active Member

    Mike: And now, a special performance right here in the middle of Main Street, here they are, The Muppets!
    Muppets: I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    It's the heart of America, the heartbeat of a holiday.
    The place was made with a magical plan
    and just around the corner is a fantasy land.
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    I hear the music playing from the old time ragtime band.
    I feel the whole place swaying with the people from across the land.
    You see the greatest smiling faces up and down the street,
    it's remarkable how friendly all the people can be.
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    Boys: Tell your mother she's not to worry,
    'cause no one's rushing, there's no big hurry.
    Girls: You're never alone or left out in the cold,
    All: There's always someone there to pick you up.
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    I know it's no illusion, it's a dream that's here to stay.
    For the time of your life, you oughta find yourself here,
    you're welcome anytime you have the mind to appear.
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    (Ragtime style instrumental)
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    I know it's no illusion, it's a dream that's here to stay.
    For the time of your life, you oughta find yourself here,
    you're welcome anytime you have the mind to appear.
    I'm walking right down the middle, right down the middle,
    I'm walking right down the middle of Main Street USA.
    I'm walking right down the middle (Right down the middle)
    I'm walking right down the middle (Right down the middle)
    I'm walking right down the middle(Right down the middle)
    I'm wlaking right down the middle of Main Street USA!
    Mike: That's all for now, so until next time, see you real soon!

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