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Fozzie Bear voicing ‘Dr. Enamel’ on Big City Greens

Pig's Laundry

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Yeah, a puppet is voicing a cartoon character. What a time to be alive!

Seriously, this is soo weird, it boggles the mind. I wonder if he'll be credited as Fozzie or as Eric Jacobson.
 

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The Fozzie puppet they’re using looks very beaten up. And it looks like Puppet Heap needs to rebuild Fozzie.
 

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He does look pretty dirty.
Also, I never noticed how big his mouth is.
 

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Yeah.... i wonder if its the same puppet from The Muppets 2011. Seems they dont rebuild the charcters as often as they use to.

But I do love that the Muppets are being treated as actors. I hope this trend continues. In the past we only saw the Muppets out and about when they had a product to push. Lately they are just out there just because, and thats neat.
 

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Well, when it comes to Muppet Performers who've lent their voices to cartoons, there's Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Kevin Clash, Bill Baretta, and now Eric Jacobson!
 

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Well, when it comes to Muppet Performers who've lent their voices to cartoons, there's Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Kevin Clash, Bill Baretta, and now Eric Jacobson!
Oh yeah...I almost forgot about "Sheep in the Big City."

 
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