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Another Muppet Show episode idea!

Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by TravellingMatt, Aug 7, 2002.

  1. TravellingMatt

    TravellingMatt New Member



    OPENING NUMBER: The Electric Mayhem plays a jazz song called "Everybody's Boppin'", with vocal solos by Floyd, Janice, and Zoot.

    STATLER: So everybody's boppin', huh, Waldorf?
    WALDORF: I don't know about you, but the only boppin' I want to do is out of this theatre!

    BACKSTAGE: Miss Piggy is seen talking to Rockapella about them making her the "Pretty Woman" for their number (the Roy Orbison song "Oh Pretty Woman"). However, Janice is spotted and Scott Leonard (the high tenor) asks her to be the "Pretty Woman". Janice readily accepts, angering Miss Piggy. She then spots Floyd and tells him what Janice did.

    GUEST STAR: Rockapella sing "Oh Pretty Woman" to Janice, however, it looks like there's an extra presence onstage...Floyd, who is keeping an eye on the guys so no one does anything to Janice. After the song, Floyd escorts Janice offstage.

    BACKSTAGE: Kermit is talking to the guys. Miss Piggy shows up again and is angered by the fact that she wasn't the Pretty Woman. She tries to karate-chop Jeff Thacher, the vocal percussionist, who uses microphone pickups on his throat. She hits his pickups and hurts herself.

    SKIT: "The Swedish Chef"--The Chef tries to make "baked Alaska" out of snow--but can't seem to stop his ingredients from melting.

    SONG: "Let's Get Away From It All"--sung by an Anything Muppet in a medieval dungeon to his girlfriend, a fellow inmate.

    WALDORF: Haven't you wanted to get away from it all?
    STATLER: Only when this show starts!

    TALK SPOT: Kermit is trying to talk to the guys in Rockapella, but he is interrupted--first by Janice, who is smitten by Scott, then by a very jealous Floyd. Scott reassures Floyd that there's nothing going on between himself and Janice, and to prove it, they serenade Floyd and Janice with "Have A Little Faith". Afterwards, Floyd apologizes for his behavior and says that "for guys who don't use instruments, you're all outta sight!"

    SKIT: "At The Dance", with Rockapella singing the dance music

    SKIT: Fozzie Bear tries to do his comedy act a cappella, but he doesn't know what "a cappella" means. Either way, his act is still lousy!

    CLOSING NUMBER: Rockapella sing "Zombie Jamboree" with the Muppet monsters.


    WALDORF: Don't Rockapella usually sing "Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?"
    STATLER: Well, if Carmen had any common sense, she wouldn't be watching this show!

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