We just received it today in the mail from Amazon and it was very entertaining. I liked the skits that were precursors to others on the Muppet Show. I especially like "Octopus's Garden" and "The Rock and Roll Monster." "The Monster Family" was also very funny. Though Ed talking down...
I think GMC figures of Kermit, Gonzo, and Fozzie in their reporter gear would be great. They could even come with pet cases: FROG, BEAR, and WHATEVER.
A figure of Kermit in the cowboy outfit in TMM would be cool, too. Along with the Giant Animal. :)
Designing Women: (for you Mokey fans, and from these posts all of you are)
Mary Jo: Mokey
Suzanne: Piggy (They can't ALL be Mokey)
This was all in sarcasm by the way. :)
Bill: Link Hogthrob
A small, but funny, one was when Big Bird, Elmo, and Gordon were witnessing some firemen rescuing someone from a fire. Gordon says something like, "They're going to use the ladder to get her down." Big Bird responds with, "Good thing they brought it!"
That cracks me up.
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
Erronious-Statler & Waldorf (Switch off)
Miles Gloriosus-Link Hogthrob
KISS ME, KATE
I have always been a fan of Frank Oz' work in general. From Animal, who has always been a personal favorite, to Marvin Suggs, who now that I watch the Best of DVDs gets more and more hilarious to Grover and Cookie Monster. There are just so many things that Frank did to take the comedy of the...
Entertainment Weekly reviews Swamp Years
Most of the reviews of even good films I have seen given by Entertainment Weekly have been negative. My brother cancelled his subscription because he felt their reviews were too negative. Now that doesn't mean that the Swamp Years will be good, but we...