As I was scrolling Netflix, I found The Muppet Show... and then The Jim Henson Show (the MuppeTelevision segments of The Jim Henson Hour)... and then Muppet Babies, and Muppets Tonight, and Hey Cinderella, and The Muppets Go to the Moives, and most of the movies, and "Muppet Shorts" (which includes the Muppetisms, various viral videos, the Here Comes the Muppets pre-show, and a few DVD featurettes). Looking at the Muppet Show page, I saw that it not only has all five seasons, but also "pilots" (including the unaired versions of the first two episodes) and a "season 6" (which is simply "Of Muppets and Men" and all of the compilation videos). I even did some searching for some of the more unexpected things, and I saw that Netflix has Little Muppet Monsters, The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years, the Play-Along Videos (listed as "The Muppets Play-Along Video"), The Secrets of the Muppets, and Muppet Time. The only things I searched for that didn't show up were A Muppet Family Christmas and Mr. Willoby's Christmas Tree. And then I found an article on Google, announcing that Disney has put every Muppet production it owns on Netflix, with the exceptions of all the Christmas productions (those are being saved for November), Muppets Most Wanted, the Muppet Meeting Films, and Muppet Vision 3D. Well, if you'll excuse me, there's a lot that I need to watch. I think I'll start with the unaired pilot versions of the pilots. Oh wait... APRIL FOOLS!