I am sorry to have to say it (you have no idea how it pains me), but that is not true. There were times--even "Jim" times when Kermit was/is mean to Piggy, and sometimes to Fozzie. Kermit was not beyond a certain acid wit that could wound and he could be very sarcastic. The first one that comes to mind is his comments about her when she was preparing for the "Swine Lake" ballet. He was also mean to her when filming the "beside the duck pond" scene in The Great Muppet Caper. He accuses her of over-acting and then, when she is crying and repentant, doesn't really try to make her feel better--just tries to steer her back into doing the movie scene. He is unkind to her in the Loretta Swit episode because he is mad at her. He is rude to her in front of the entire cast in IAVMMC, simply because she is trying to tease him with mistleto. I am not saying that he was never provoked. Piggy could be an can be very demanding and over-the-top, but the way in which he responds to her is sometimes quite mean. Also, Kermit can be very morose, and sometimes I am amazed at how hard his friends try to draw him out of his crabby moods when it would be far easier--and perhaps far better--to just let him get over it before attempting to socialize with him. Kermit is, well, human (no offense to frog-kind) and has the same weaknesses and faults that any human could have. But he is pivotal to the happiness of a lot of people whether he chose to be or not, and some days he chooses...not. I really admired him for apologizing to Fozzie over the missing money in IAVMMC. That was sortof ground-breaking for him. But although he "makes nice" (and a little whoopee) with Miss Piggy, he does not apologize. Ever.