You know, for the 2nd S & W comment, the one interrupted by static, it should probably read like this in order to explain the context of the joke:
Waldorf: "You know, I heard that in one of his TV specials, Andy Kaufman actually ASKED for them to mess with the picture during one part."
Statler: "That's the silliest thing I ever --"
(CUT TO STATIC)
(CUT BACK TO S & W LAUGHING)
Also Roscoe in the last backstage scene should be saying full-body costume with a puppet head, not the other way around.
Perhaps Gonzo's chair should be suspended from a WWI biplane, just to give it some character.
Good work on your outline! I really like Andy's work. I LOVE the "Foreign Man" bit that he does in front of the gang!
I've been working on a Paul Frees outline set in Season Four (it's a Halloween episode, because he was the Haunted Mansion's "Ghost Host"). I thought that it would be funny to do an outline with a performer who was a professional voiceover man, and also because I admire his work. Here's a little idea I had that could be in it:
U.K. Spot: "The Money Cat": A bunch of black cats (on a fence set) sing the song from the animated film "Gay Purr-ee".
Clever in joke, because Paul was the voice of Meowrice (the villain) in the movie, and Meowrice sang that song in the film!