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Apperances by the Gills Brothers

Muppet Frog

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Nov 11, 2004
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The Muppet Show apperances

1. They debut in the James Coco episode when Kermit and Robin sung Octopus's Garden.

2. They were in the Dizzy Gillespie episode singing I Wanna Catch Me Some Blues with a fish singer.

3. They were also in the Crystal Gales episode singing Sixty Seconds Got Together.

4. They sung Go Tell Anchovy they get booed off and they were turned into skeletons in the Diana Ross episode.

5. In the Johnny Cash episode they sung Goodnight Sardine with Lew Zealand.

Also appeared in

1. The Muppet Movie: In the crowd of Muppets in the finale.
2. The Ghost Of Fahner Hall: They were also known as The Gargles.
3. The Jim Henson Hour