I really hate to ask the question, but I was looking at their website for internship stuff, and it seems that the Henson Company is trapped in the glorious past. They've sold The Muppets. They've sold the Sesame Street characters (sure, they make the characters, but don't own them). They don't really hire new puppeteers anymore. They don't accept new ideas because they're "developing a lot of projects." All of their signature characters no longer belong to them. They're left with weird characters that no one knows for projects no one cares about (Late Night Liars, Tinsel Town, etc.) So how does the company stay afloat? What do they DO, apart from talk about all the things they did during Jim Henson's time?