Oh, and I'm also realllly enjoying Kermit's smug snickering when Miss Piggy trounces Miss Poogy. There's a definite aspect of, 'That my girl!" in his attitude, although he manages to fall back into the "Abyss of Noncommitment" (Is that near the Slough of Despond? Or the Bog of Eternal Stench?) as soon as she is safely back in her dressing room. He does eventually get his act together, but it is divine watching Piggy shine him on in every conceivable way until he does. Knowing that she loves him so, it must have been very difficult for her to pretend indifference, but she was right to protect herself. It all paid off in the end. Also, how sweet is it that Kermit keeps Piggy's picture in a drawer marked "Beauty Rings"? When you get a moment, watch the scene where Piggy rallies the troops, but don't watch Piggy--watch the reactions of the others! Teeth is grinning to beat the band, Gonzo seems hopeful and Scooter perks right up. Here were a few of the touches that I felt put the cap on Piggy's character. When she comes back to the muppets, she re-dons her long, glamorous gloves instead of the short gloves she wears in Paris. It is subtle, but the attention to detail just screams "The diva is back!" Piggy's back-seat driving during the wild ride to the studio is so wonderfully in character. The last thing--and I just love her for this--is that, even when confronting Kermit at the house about the legalities/ethical issues of kidnapping a celebrity, Piggy entreats Kermit, "Come on, Kermit! Don't let these guys down now." We all know she could have said, "Don't let these guys down again," but she doesn't. I like Kermit waving his arms about his head when yelling for Scooter right when they get to the theater. I like Kermit, all tuxed and spiffed, getting briefed by Scooter with his hand on his hip. I like Kermit's continued politeness to Veronica despite her lack of finesse in dealing with him. I also lack the way that Kermit just absorbs everyone else's disappointment and apparent lack of interest with aplomb (Fozzie is hurt, but proud, Gonzo is distant but secretly yearning), but balks at facing Piggy's scathing disdain until goaded into it by the others. I keep seeing new things--the mark of a true classic!