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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by Muppet fan 123, Nov 3, 2011.
The Grasshopper drove to Florida,and the ant got stepped on!
According to the ever faithful Muppet Wiki (because I couldn't think of what episode it was from), it was in the Bernadette Peters episode.
Gorgen heap & lenny the lizard rich little season 2
Kermit- I am not the dog's dada!!!!!!!!!!! LOL!
I'll just provide links to my Muppet Mindset articles on my top 40 favorite sketches:
And a few of my favorite sketches that didn't make the list:
"Hat" with Roger Miller
"School's Out for Summer" with Alice Cooper
"Hawian War Chant"
Not to mention a lot more!
I got a few:
The "Zip A Dee Doo Dah" sketch with Alan Arkin...freaking hilarious
Any of the sketches with John Cleese
Lydia the Tattooed Lady
And I love the whole Carol Burnett episode
Bert singing "Some Enchanted Evening" with Connie Stevens
I can't decide between "Jump Shout Boogie" in the Ben Vereen episode and "Happy Feet" in the Madeline Kahn episode.
Gonzo and Fozzy at Vincent Price's haunted house is another one of my all-time favs, and one I remember well from my childhood. Uncle Deadly was great in that sketch as the "beautiful assistant."
Right now I'd have to say either Rowlf and Fozzie playing 'English Country Garden" or the Camelot sketch from the Pearl Bailey episode.
For humor - The banana Boat song from the Harry Belafonte episode.
For a touching moment - Bein' Green from the Peter Sellers episode.
For just pure "Muppet" fun - The opening of the Harry Belafonte episode, where Fozzie tries to write the script for the show as the show is being performed...
"Lagies and Genklefins..."
I second this, it's such a catchy beat.
Also thought the Small World finale in the Spike Milligan ep was a riot, Spike's insanity and Sam's upright morality make for such an entertaining mix.
Another I like a lot is the Leslie Uggams/Big Bird duet. Hard not to feel happy while watching it.
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