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Steve Whitmire has left the Muppets, Matt Vogel to continue as Kermit

Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by GonzoMan, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. Prof Bunsen

    Prof Bunsen Well-Known Member

    Or in Star Wars' case, the Last Jedi, which I really didn't think it was that bad compared to what a vocal minority preached it to be. And I mean the toxicity there is ridiculously worse than ours.
  2. MWoO

    MWoO Well-Known Member

    I'm not a HUGE Star Wars fan, but I do like it. To me, Last Jedi had great ideas with poor execution. The idea that Luke turned away from the force because he had given into fear is awesome, imo. He feared Ben would turn into the next Vader, so he went to stop it before it happened. He realized by killing Ben in cold blood he himself would become like Vader so he stopped, but it was too late and Luke caused the very thing he tried to stop. Believing that no matter what he did he would never be free of his father's dark legacy, he decided to isolate himself and his abilities so that he would not be turned. That's pretty awesome. But... then the had him toss Anakin's light saber over his shoulder in a comedic fashion... and then they had him living on a planet with weird fish people... and then they had him milk a giant alien boob for blue milk.... and then they had him cracking jokes... They ruined a great idea in execution.
  3. mbmfrog

    mbmfrog Well-Known Member

    Either that or hope that Kermit makes a cameo appearance during Sesame Street's 50th anniversary special.
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