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Walter Celebrates the Muppets!

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by minor muppetz, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    In honor of the Muppets recieving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, enjoy this fan fic.

    Part 1.1

    (The setting is on-location where the Hollywood Walk of Fame is. The street is filled with Muppets, while Walter is at a podeum).

    Walter: Well, the Muppets have all gotten their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In fact, since I am a Muppet now, I'm among the Hollywood greats who have recieved such an honor. Tonight, I am saluting the Muppets. All of them, and they are all here. (cut to shots of each character as Walter says their names) Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Pepe, Scooter, Animal, Floyd, Bunsen and Beaker, Statler and Waldorf, Rizzo and the rats, Robin and the frogs, Camilla and the chickens, Bean and the bunnies, the penguins, Mahna Mahna and the Snowths, Janice, Rowlf, Link Hogthrob, Sweetums, Sam the Eagle, Dr. Teeth, '80s Robot, Pops, The Swedish Chef, Bobo, Uncle Deadly, Thog, Zoot, Wayne and Wanda, Dr. Strangepork, The Moopets, Droop, Lips, Carl, Seymour, Clifford, Johnny and Sal, Dr. Phil van Neuter and Mulch, The Newsman, Annie Sue, Miss Mousey, Nigel the conductor, Nigel the director, Louis Kazagger, Angelo, Crazy Harry, Lew Zealand, Beauregard, Digit, Leon, Doglion, Angus McGonacle, and many, many more (cut to a wide shot of many characters). (Walter is now a little out of breath) I've spotted every Muppet I can think of, so let's get started!

    (The Muppets all cheer)

    (The title card appears, followed by a clip montage, an instrumental version of "Life's a Happy Song" plays -- I'll list what clips appear in a later post)

    Part 1.2

    Walter: Let's start off by honoring some of the best-known Muppets, starting with the one an donly Kermit the Frog! YAAAAAYYYY (Walter waves his arms like Kermit)

    (An instrumental version of Bein' Green plays as Kermit enters the podeum. Audience cheers)

    Kermit: Thank you, thank you. It is an honor to be here.
    Pepe: PFFT! You've had your own star for many years, okay...
    Kermit: (feeling a little guilt) Uh, yeah...
    Walter: Kermit, you've led a great life.
    Kermit: Yes, I have. Ever since mu humble beginnings in the swamp.

    (clips from Kermit's Swamp Years play as Kermit talks)

    Kermit: I grew up in the swamp with my friends, Googles, Croaker, Horace, Arnie, and Blotch, not to mention Pilgrim.

    (A clip of Kermit's first meeting with Pilgrim is shown, without Kermit narrarating)

    Kermit: (narrarating continues) Two interesting things happened when I first went outside the swamp. For one, if not for me animals would have never talked to humans.

    (Kermit stops narrarating as a clip of Kermit talking to Dr. Crashman is shown)

    Kermit: (narrarating continues) And I went to the movies for the first time.

    (Kermit's narraration stops as a clip of Kermit telling Croaker he wants to be in the movies is shown)

    (Cut to Miss Piggy watching the footage)

    Miss Piggy: At the Oscars you said your first trip to the movies was at the drive thru.
    Kermit: (nervously) Uhhhh... Really?

    (Cut to montage of footage from The Muppet Movie)

    Kermit: (narrarating over footage) But then, a Hollywood agent resembling Dom DeLuise told me that a Hollywood studio was looking for frogs wishing to become rich and famous, so I headed for Hollywood, along the way meeting many of my friends and future co-stars, including Fozzie, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and Camilla, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, Bunsen and Beaker, Sweetums, Rowlf, and Scooter, and the rest is history.

    (cut back to original footage)

    Walter: Your story is just as fascinating now as it was when I first heard about it.
    Kermit: Thank you, Walter.
    Walter: And now, let's show your famous tap dancing number!

    (cut to "Happy Feet")

    Fozzie: Bravo, Kermit!
    Link: Very impressive!
    (Miss Piggy enters podeum)
    Miss Piggy: You can dance well, but you won't dance with moi?
    (Kermit gulps)

    (cut to "I Won't Dance")

    Walter: And now we're honoring Miss Piggy!
    Miss Piggy: Naturally.
    Walter: In your time, you have sung a great many songs.
    Miss Piggy: I know.
    Walter: Here's some of the better ones!

    (Clip montage includes: "What Now My Love?", "Pig Calypso", and "Snacksercise")

    (the pigs cheer wildly)

    Walter: Talk about going hog wild.
    Miss Piggy: WHAT?
    Walter: I mean, uh, let's show a clip from Pigs in Space!

    (cut to Pigs in Space clip involving mid-course correction)

    Walter: And how about Vets Hospital for good measure?
    (Beauregard walks by with measuring tape)
    Beauregard: I'm measuring as best as I can.
    Miss Piggy: Oh, brother... Here's one of the better Vets Hospital segments.

    (cut to Vets Hospital with a cow patient)

    Fozzie: Aww, that was so udder-able. Ahhh, ge ***? Udder? Ahhhh...

    Miss Piggy: But one of my greatest theatrical moments ever was my wedding with Kermit.
    Kermit: Piggy, we didn't really get married!
    Miss Piggy: The evidence suggests otherwise.

    (cut to Kermit and Piggy's wedding scene in The Muppets Take Manhattan, starting when the minister shows up)

    Walter: And now here's Fozzie Bear!
    (Fozzie's theme music plays as he walks to the stage)
    Fozzie: Wocka wocka! In my career, I have told many funny jokes...
    Statler: No, you haven't!
    Waldorf: In fact, they're un-bear-able!
    (Statler and Waldorf laugh)
    Walter: Well, I think your great.
    Fozzie: Great! Here's some of my best jokes.

    Clip Montage:
    • Fozzie asks, "what do you get when you cross the atlantic with the titanic? (from the Andy Williams episode)
    • Fozzie tells his "fat sailor" joke (from The Muppet Movie)
    • Fozzie tells his joke about an assaulted peanut (from Miss Piggy's Hollywood)
    • Fozzie jokes that Gonzo's so dumb when he graduated he got a pension (from one of his openings... Can't remember the episode)
    • Fozzie tells his "ice cream" joke (from Hey You're as Funny as Fozzie Bear)
    Walter: And now here's Gonzo the Great!
    (Gonzo's theme music plays as he enters the stage. The chickens applaud)
    Gonzo: Thank you, thank you.
    Walter: You've done some, uh, interesting acts over the years.
    Gonzo: Yeah, but I'm always improving.
    Statler: Keep trying! You might just make it!
    (Statler and Waldorf laugh)
    Walter: Here is a montage of Gonzo's best acts!

    Clip Montage
    • Gonzo eats a tire (from TMS with Juliet Prowse)
    • Gonzo wrestles a brick (from TMS with Edgar Bergen)
    • Gonzo's rocket act (from MT with Tony Bennett)
    • Gonzo's water skiing act (from MTM)
    • Gonzo balances a piano and recites the seven times tables (from TMS with Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge)
    • Gonzo and Rizzo's incredible discoveries (from MT with John Goodman)
    Walter: What talent!
    Gonzo: Yeah, but Kermit won't always let me do my acts.

    (cut to: Kermit suggesting Gonzo get a manager, from the Charles Aznavour episode, and Gonzo pitching his dancing cheese act, from the Steve Martin episode)

    Pepe: Am I next, okay?
    Rizzo: No, I'm next!
    Beaker: Mee mee mee!
    Lew Zealand: Well, it's got to be me.
    Animal: NEXT! NEXT! NEXT!
    Walter: Well, sadly, as much as I'd like to shwocase every Muppet, we don't really have time. So here's a quick montage of all the other important characters!

    Clip Montage:
    • Scooter has to imagine the audience naked (The Muppets)
    • Tenderly (TMS with Avery Scrieber)
    • Muppet Labs: fireproof paper (TMS with Leslie Uggum)
    • The Swedish Chef makes pancakes (TMS with Rita Moreno)
    • Rowlf sings "When" (TMS with Peter Sellers)
    • Pepe performs Fozzie's comedy act (It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie)
    • Clifford fakes an injury in order to get a kiss from Paula Abdul
    • Link sings "Sonny Boy" (TMS with Lou Rawls)
    • Sam gives his speech on nudity (TMS with Nancy Walker)
    • Lew Zealand introduces himself to Kermit (TMS with Marissa Berensen)
    • Robin and Sweetums sing "Two Lost Souls" (TMS with John Cleese)
    • Johnny's Pasta Playhouse (MT, The Cameo Show)
    • Bean Bunny's workout video (JHH with Smokey Robinson)
    Bean: Wasn't I cute in that clip? (Laughs)
    Behemoth: I beg to differ! (Eats Bean)

    Announcer: When we get back, we'll show more clips!
  2. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Chapter 2

    Walter: Welcome back to the show! Yes, as we all know, The Muppets have gotten their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
    Miss Piggy: Hmpth! If only moi got her own star!
    Gonzo: I thought you did. Remember the time...
    Miss Piggy: Don't bring that up!
    Gonzo: But the clips about to start.

    (Cut to clip from Miss Piggy's Hollywood, where Gonzo shows her star is removable)

    Walter: As you can see, the Muppets are worthy of their star. Their movies have had many great moments.

    Clip Montage:

    • (in most cases, music from the clips following the titles are heard)
    • The Muppet Movie title card
    • Kermit sings "The Rainbow Connection"
    • Kermit and Fozzie sing "Moving Right Along"
    • Kermit doesn't know why to thank The Electric Mayhem for painting their car
    • Kermit gives his "I have a dream, too" speech
    • The Great Muppet Caper title card (including Fozzie's "nice title" line)
    • The opening verse of "Happiness Hotel"
    • "The First Time It Happens"
    • Kermit and Piggy's argument in the park
    • "Couldn't We Ride"
    • The Muppets battle the jewell thieves
    • The Muppets Take Manhattan title card
    • "You Can't Take No for an Answer"
    • Kermit pitching "Manhattan Melodies" to Lenny Winesop
    • Scooter talks to The Swedish Chef about 3D
    • Rat Scat
    • The Muppet Christmas Carol title card
    • "One More Sleep 'Till Christmas"
    • "light the lamp, not the rat!"
    • Scrooge asks Bean "What's today?"
    • Muppet Treasure Island title card
    • "Sailing for Adventure"
    • Kermit's "Who hired this crew???" meeting
    • "Cabin Fever"
    • "Muppets from Space" title card
    • "Brick House" sequence
    • Gonzo on UFO Mania
    • Pepe appears in tutu
    • Rats battle Dr. Phil van Neuter
    • "The Muppets" title card
    • "Pictures in my Head"
    • Gonzo gives Kermit and Fozzie 30 seconds to talk with him
    • The Muppets get their telethon green lit
    • "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
    (Muppets applaud)

    Walter: Although the Muppets are good as themselves, they have also done admiral work in other roles they play.

    Clip Montage:
    • Robin Hood (Kermit) fights guards (TMS with Lynn Redgrave)
    • Sherlock Holmes sketch (TMS with Joel Grey)
    • Cassablanca (The Muppets Go to the Movies)
    • Rumplestilskin (Gonzo) agrees to turn straw into gold in exchange for Piggy's first-born child (Muppet Classic Theater)
    • The ghosts of Jacob and Robert Marley (Statler and Waldorf) pay Scrooge a visit
    • Mad tea party sequence (TMS with Brooke Shields)
    • The Three Muskateers (The Muppets Go to the Movies)
    • The culprits are revealed (TMS with Liza Minelli)
    • Scarecrow (Kermit) whispers the fact that he doesn't have a brain (Muppets' Wizard of Oz)
    • NYPD Green (MT with Tony Bennett)
    • The Muppet Odd Squad (MT with Rick Moranis)
    • Tarzan (The Muppets Go to the Movies)
    • Dirth Nadir invades the Swinetrek (TMS with Crystal Gayle)
    • The Emperor (Fozzie) learns that he's naked (Muppet Classic Theater)
    Sam: Stop! Stop! The Muppets may have gotten a star, but they are not worthy!
    Rizzo: What do you mean?
    Gonzo: We are so worthy!
    Sweetums: Why do you have to ruin this?
    Janice: Fer sure!
    Sam: The Muppets have been responsible for so many weird, sick moments in television and film history!
    Walter: Oh boy, we're getting another clip montage!

    Clip Montage:
    • "Mahna Mahna" (TMS with Juliet Prowse)
    • "Hugga Wugga" (TMS with Phyllis Diller)
    • Muppet Sports: Bagpipe eating (TMS with Lola Falana)
    • Muppet News: clothes turn into chickens (TMS with Debbie Harry)
    • Muppet Labs: germ enlarger (TMS with Alice Cooper)
    • Pigs in Space: snacka waves (TMS with Pearl Bailey)
    • Roger Miller sings "Hat"
    • "Raggmopp" (TMS with Lena Horne)
    • Swedish Chef: perculator (TMS with Liberace)
    • Hurting Something: screaming no-nos (JHH "food" episode)
    • Singing Cheeses (TMS with Michelle Pheiffer)
    • "The Windmills of Your Mind" (TMS with Don Knotts)
    • Avery Scrieber sings a giberish song
    • "Lady of Spain" (TMS with Rita Moreno)
    • "Isn't it a Lovely Day?" (TMS with Shirley Bassey)
    • Talking Houses: ghosts in the attic (TMS with Florence Henderson)
    • Danny Boy (TMS with Wally Boag)
    • Talk Spot: Mummenshaz
    • Jabborwocky (TMS with Brooke Shields)
    Sam: But there are the rare, few-and-far between cultural moments.

    Clip Montage:
    • "What Do the Simple Folks Do?" (TMS with Zero Mostel)
    • Rowlf and Judy Collins sing "Do a Deer"
    • "I Want to Sing an Opera" (TMS with Liberace)
    • Cleo Lane sings "Tomorrow"
    • "The Whistling Curuso" (The Muppets)
    Rowlf: Good clip montage, Sam.
    Sam: Oh, thank you. But now let's present some all-american Muppet moments!

    Clip Montage:
    • Fozzie sings "America" (The Muppet Movie)
    • Stars and Stripes Forever
    • Miss Piggy appears as Abraham Lincoln (I Love Liberty)
    • "When the Saints Come Marching In" (TMS with Hal Lindon)
    Walter: Well, when we get back...
    Sam: The show will surley lose whatever dignity it has left.
  3. muppetlover123

    muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

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  4. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Part 3

    Walter: The Muppets have a large musical library.
    Rowlf: That's right, Walter.
    Walter: They have performed all kinds of genres...
    Rowlf: From classical to jazz...
    Walter: From country to rap
    Rowlf: From disco to blues.
    Walter: And now, here's a sample of the Muppets' musical history.
    Rowlf: Though many songs have been shown tonight.

    (Walter gives an awkward look)

    Clip Montage:
    • "You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Heard" (TMS with Ruth Buzzi)
    • "How High the Moon" (TMS with Roger Moore)
    • "Heat Wave" (The Muppets Go to the Movies)
    • "Sax and Violence" (TMS with Connie Stevens)
    • Mupera (TMS with Beverly Sills)
    • "Barnyard Boogie" (TMS with Shirley Bassey)
    • "I'm Going to Go Back There Someday" (The Muppet Movie)
    • "Tico Taco" (TMS with Jean Stapleton)
    • "Eight Little Notes" (TMS with James Coco)
    • "Sweet Vacation" (JHH with Tonight Show cast)
    • "Ode to Joy"
    • "Something's Missing" (TMS with Rudolph Nureya)
    • "Halfway Down the Stairs" (TMS with Harvey Korman)
    • "Bein' Green" (TMS with Peter Sellers)

    Floyd: Of course, no form of music beats rock and roll.
    Animal: (literally beating up some rocks and rolls) Beat ROCK-AND-ROLL!
    Floyd: (chuckling) Here's some of the best rock and roll moments from the Muppets.
    Animal: YEAHHHHH...

    Clip Montage:
    • "Can You Picture That?" (The Muppet Movie)
    • "I Get By with a Little Help from My Friends" (TMS with Lynda Carter)
    • "Rock Around the Clock" (TMS with Victor Borge)
    • "Mr. Bassman" (TMS with Mummenshaz)
    • "I Get Around" (TMS with Anne Murray)
    • "Wild Thing" (TMS with Teresa Brewer)
    • "Neutron Dance" (JHH with Louie Anderson)
    • "The Music Just Keeps us Rolling Along" (JHH with Buster Poindexter)
    • "Dancing with Myself" (MT with Dennis Quaid)
    • "Money" (TMS with Jim Nabors)
    • "Jingle Bell Rock" (Muppet Family Christmas)
    • "Bohemian Rhapsody"

    Scooter: You know, us Muppets have worked with many celebrities over the years.
    Walter: I know. I've worked with you guys.
    Scooter: Well, here's a long reel of our times spent with celebrities.
    Walter: Oh boy!

    Clip Montage:
    • Don Knotts cold opening
    • Jason Segel and the Muppets sing "I Can't Believe I'm Hosting SNL" (Saturday Night Live)
    • Jimmy Dean has Rowlf rehearse for a Lassie movie (The Jimmy Dean Show)
    • Elton John sings "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"
    • John Denver and Floyd sing "Gone Fishin'" (Rocky Mountain Holiday)
    • Smokey Robinson sings "Jump for my Love"
    • Tony Randall cold opening
    • Garth Brooks sings "We Shall Be Free"
    • Kermit talks with Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
    • Kermit's talk spot with Rita Moreno
    • The Artist Formerly Known as Prince cold opening
    • Harry Belafonte sings "Turn the World Around"
    • Debbie Harry cold opening
    • Diana Ross cold opening
    • Loretta Lynn sings "You're Looking at Country"
    • Mia Farrow and Thog sing "Real Live Girl" (The Muppets Valentine Show)
    • Raquel Welch sings "Baby It's Me"
    • Liberace sings "Has Anybody Seen My Bird?"
    • Sam talks with Zero Mostel
    • Miss Piggy talks with George Wendt (Miss Piggy's Hollywood)
    • John Cleese cold opening
    • Lena Horne talk spot
    • Johnny Cash talk spot
    • Billy Ray Cyrus introduces Miley Cyrus to The Electric Mayhem
    • Bobo won't let Larry King in (MT with Billy Crystal)
    • Seymour and Pepe act as Jason Alexander's conciences
    • "She Drives me Crazy" music video

    Fozzie: Wow, we really have worked with a lot of celebrities, haven't we?
    Janice: Fer sure.
    Bunsen: I wonder how many celebrities we've worked with have stars out here.
    Miss Piggy: Well, however many there are, it certainly can't add up to the total number of Muppets there are.
    '80s Robot: I will use my modem to see. (uses system) There are more Muppets than celebrities.
    Digit: And it must be true. Robots are never wrong.

    Announcer: When we get back, we'll see more clips, and maybe it'll finally end as well!
  5. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Part 4

    Walter: Lets see what everybody's favorite Muppet memories are. Hey, Statler, Waldorf, what are your favorite Muppet moments?
    Waldorf: The ones we slept through!
    (Statler and Waldorf laughed)
    Walter: Uh, moving right along....
    Fozzie: Hey! That's a great song!
    Walter: I know. Hey, what's your favorite Muppet memory?
    Fozzie: Well, I am particularly fond of the time I did the banana sketch.

    (Cut to "The Banana Sketch" and the backstage scene that followed it)

    Walter: So, what's your favorite Muppet memories?
    Andy and Randy: This job's too hard!
    Walter: Okay, let's see, uh... Oh, Crazy Harry, what's your favorite Muppet moment?
    Crazy Harry: This one! (blows up Walter)
    Walter: (weary) I should have known.

    Kermit: We've had a lot of great moments.
    Miss Piggy: Yes, we have.
    Scooter: Remember when we appeared in that music video with OK Go?

    (Cut to the "Muppet Show Theme" music video)

    Dr. Teeth: The band played absolutively posilutely swell!
    Floyd: You've got that right.
    Zoot: Yeah.

    Bunsen: So, Beaker, what are some of your favorite memories?
    Beaker: Oh, mee mee meep mee meep mee mee mee.
    Bunsen: Huh, that's my favorite, too.

    Sweetums: I like that really ugly song the monsters did!

    (Cut to "Ugly")

    Bobo: I like the time I danced with Cindy Crawford.

    (cut to Bobo and Cindy Crawford's dance number)

    Pepe: I like anything with me, okay!

    Clip Montage:
    • Seymour and Pepe's "elefino" joke (MT with Sandra Bullock)
    • Pepe tells Rizzo "I'll spank you like a bad, bad donkey, okay!" (MFS)
    • Pepe asks Rachiel Bitterman if her model building comes with action figures (It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie)
    • Pepe takes out his electronic devices at the airport (Letters to Santa)
    • Pepe uses the "door in a jar" (MFS)

    Miss Piggy: Hey, Kermie. Remember our honeymoon?
    Kermit: We did not have a honeymoon.
    Miss Piggy: Nonsense! Here's the clip!

    (cut to "Ukelelee Lady")

    Kermit: (annoyed) That wasn't a honeymoon, it was a sketch on the show.
    Walter: Anyway, it's time to end the celebration. Let's all end with a song. Let's see, should we sing the Muppet Show theme, or The Rainbow Connection, or Turn the World Around, or....
    Rowlf: Hey! Why don't we sing the "Scooby Doo" theme!
    Walter: Huh?

    (The crowd all sings the theme from "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?")
  6. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Okay, here's a listing of what clips I'd have appear in the opening montage:
    • The Muppets singing "Together Again" (the shot of them entering through doors)
    • Kermit and Fozzie dancing (from The Muppet Movie)
    • Statler and Waldorf dancing from "The Varsity Drag"
    • The Muppets cheering in the screening room, from the end of The Muppet Movie
    • Various audience shots from The Muppet Show, both wide and close-ups
    • The old characters laughing in The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years
    • Miss Piggy jumps onto Pepe, from The Muppets
    • Miss Piggy's Flashdance parody, from the "I'm Gonna Always Love You" music video
    • Gonzo pushing Kermit's chair back, from Gonzo Presents Muppet Weird Stuff
    • Monsters taking over their truck, from The Great Muppet Caper
    • Various shots of "We Need a Little Christmas" from A Muppet Family Christmas
    • Miss Piggy karate chops Kermit, from the John Denver episode
    • Kermit karate chops Link, from The Muppets Go to the Movies
    • Miss Piggy karate chops the royal jewler, from Muppet Classic Theater
    • Miss Piggy karate chops Kermit and Gonzo at once, from the Mummenshanz episode
    • Miss Piggy karate-chops Kermit into a gong, from Muppet Treasure Island
    • Crazy Harry blows up a wall, from The Muppets Valentine Show
    • Crazy Harry blows up Animal, from the Rich Little episode
    • Crazy Harry causes an explosion in Statler and Waldorf's box, from the Ben Vereen episode
    • Crazy Harry holds a bomb while Kermit makes an introduction, from the Ben Vereen episode
    • Crazy Harry blows himself up, from The Muppets
    • Beaker accidently causes an explosion, from Rock Music with the Muppets
    • Two whatnots "blow their tops", from an At the Dance sketch (can't remember the episode)
    • The Newsman explodes, from the Madeline Kahn episode
    • Bunsen gets blown up from his exploding clothes
    • The stove explodes, from Muppets from Space
    • Dr. Bob's patient explodes, from the Harvey Korman episode
    • Pa's house falls apart, from the Kaye Ballard episode
    • Gorgon Heap eats Kermit, from the Vincent Price episode
    • Behemoth puts Shakey Shanchez in his mouth, from the Vincent Price epsidoe
    • Carl bites the head off a dummy, from the Jason Alexander (?) episode
    • Big V eats Lenny the Lizard, from the Rich Little episode
    • Doglion eats Luncheon Counter Monster, from the "Food" episode
    • A TV eats its viewer, from the Vincent Price episode
    • Bunsen slingshots sharpened bananas at Beaker, from the Ann Murray episode
    • Beaker's hair blasts off his head, from the Julie Andrews episode
    • A bucket falls on Beaker's head, from The Muppets at Walt Disney World
    • Beaker gets sucked into the shrinking machine, from The Muppets
    • Beaker slips on the icy path, from A Muppet Family Christmas
    • The Muppets get settled into their lockers, from The Muppets Take Manhattan
    • Swinetrek doors close on Link's head, from the Madeline Kahn episode
    • Gonzo jumps in front of a taxi, from The Great Muppet Caper
    • Fozzie opens the door to tell the gang they can go on Kermit's date, from The Great Muppet Caper
    • Kermit and others encoutner their friends backstage, from The Muppets Take Manhattan
    • Robin gets yanked off-stage by a hook, from the Bernadette Peters episode
    • Scooter yanks Kermit off-stage with a hook, from the Marisa Berensen episode
    • Sam, Scooter, The Electric Mayhem, and Crazy Harry all get pulled by a hook, from The Muppets
    • Kermit and Lindberg zoom out of Digit's brain, from the Louie Anderson episode
    • Beauregard drives his taxi into the Happiness Hotel
    • Shots of The Electric Mayhem performing "Rockin' and Rollin' Around the World", from The Muppets at Walt Disney World
    • John Cleese pulls Gonzo's arms
    • Gonzo's arms and legs get stretched, from Muppet Treasure Island
    • Gonzo's arms and legs get stretched, from the Lynn Redgrave episode
    • Various shots from "Hey a Movie!", from The Muppets Go to the Movies
    • Various shots from the "Life's a Happy Song" finale, from The Muppets
  7. miss kermie

    miss kermie Well-Known Member

    There's so many memories in this!

    Very good chapters! =)

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