This is why I can see both sides of the arguments, and I do think that SW's concerns are actually justifiable for this very reason: this could very well be like SAUSAGE PARTY, where unsuspecting parents take their kids to what they assume is going to be a kid-friendly movie. A puppet movie with the word "Sesame" plastered on the ads, trailers, promos, and what have you? Yeah, I can easily see the mass public making that mistake . . . already, I see people who aren't as familiar with the properties as us Muppet fans are saying things like, "How can Disney make a filthy Muppet movie like that?!" Or, "How can Jim Henson's kids tarnish the legacy he left behind with Sesame Street?!"