The Muppets Episode 3 - Bear Left Then Bear Write

What did you think of "The Muppets" episode "Bear Left Then Bear Write"?

  • Absolutely positively! This episode was great!

    Votes: 33 64.7%
  • Bork bork! This episode was good.

    Votes: 15 29.4%
  • Mee mee. This episode was so-so.

    Votes: 2 3.9%
  • You're all weirdos! This episode was disappointing.

    Votes: 1 2.0%

  • Total voters
    51

drteethcool

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I mean everyone's got their own opinion, but Seinfeld was hated until like season 3, Mash wasn't well recieved in season 1, I am just saying to wait more than the first few episodes to judge the show, after like the first 10 you do not like the show, then I guess its your opinion, but TMS wasn't all that good in season 1 either, so watch it or not, I am pretty sure the show will become great soon.
so if a network does not care about rating how do they decide what should get the ax and what should get more seasons ?
 

Muppet Master

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so if a network does not care about rating how do they decide what should get the ax and what should get more seasons ?
I mean all networks care about ratings, but if a network didn't care about ratings, they would probably cancel shows that have been getting bad reception, and stuff, I really do not know that much.
 

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Sweetums' puppeteering can switch between having one arm in the head to control his mouth, or having both arms in the sleeves for better movement. (Also I remember reading that his eyes are remote-controlled.)
I know that. I didn't know that years ago when I thought it would be impossible for a full-body character to ride a bike because I thought most full-body characters were performed like Big Bird.
 

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I mean all networks care about ratings, but if a network didn't care about ratings, they would probably cancel shows that have been getting bad reception, and stuff, I really do not know that much.
Do you think the writers are watching to see how this show is doing ?
 

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Muppet Master I think the whole purpose of TMS was to be random. Besides a lot of those weird one shot muppets are somewhat popular today. Like that spinning wheel thing that sang "windmills of your mind"
That song has a nice meaning, and is hilarious, something like the Fuzz brothers is time consuming, so basically I'm mostly referring to the UK spots.
 
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