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Characters who should have been babies

Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by minor muppetz, Aug 20, 2005.

  1. BabyScooter

    BabyScooter Well-Known Member

    what if there was a swedish chef and he would always try to put one of the muppet babies in the pot or try to cook the or fry. lol.
  2. BabyScooter

    BabyScooter Well-Known Member

    maybe these food items the muppet babies could be. kermit frog legs, piggy a "ham" burger, fozzie roast bear (supposed to be roast beef but he would taste funny.),gonzo weirdo al a moad, rowlf cookie (cook-key like on the piano), animal he can't catch him. sceeter flip jacks, scooter I don't know.
  3. emberfire

    emberfire Member

    how about....scooter computer chips and salsa....
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  4. ZootyCutie

    ZootyCutie Well-Known Member

    WHAT? I doubt that they could use that on a kid's show like that. :concern:
  5. Erine81981

    Erine81981 Well-Known Member

    Someone i remember but can't remember who did it. I found a pic that someone here had done of characters but in baby form. I wished they would put it up again. I had it saved back in the day but with all the computer virus we had all the stuff i had saved just disapparead. But these ideas would be cool for another Muppet Babies series for the near futures.
  6. BabyScooter

    BabyScooter Well-Known Member

    emberfire that's a great idea! thx;)
  7. ZootyCutie

    ZootyCutie Well-Known Member

    After hearing on Muppets Tonight how Nigel the Director was bottle-fed coffee when he was a baby, I think that he would of made a hilarious baby, always hyper all the time.
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  8. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Hey, I didn't realise that Nigel was in Muppet's Tonight. Is it the same Nigel as the conductor from TMS? And if so, who voiced him?

    Something I'd love to have seen in the series, was baby Frackles. They could have been in an episode as cute little monster villians or something.
  9. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Oh, it somehow double posted. I do appologise. And I will now tap-dance as penance. *does*
  10. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    No... Nigel the Orchestra Conductor from TMS and Nigel the Control Room Director from MT are two completely different characters. Nigel (TMS) was performed/voiced by Jim, whereas Nigel (MT) was probably performed/voiced by Brian though you can doublecheck at Muppet Wiki.
  11. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Ahhh! Oh, was he the crazed droopy-nosed creature? (Yes, my MT knowledge is very very limited, although I have seen various episodes on YouTube.)
  12. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Possibly... Though I can't say for sure, you know the extents of my batty eyes. Check it at Muppet Wiki, they'll have pics of the characters too there.
  13. ZootyCutie

    ZootyCutie Well-Known Member

    Yes, that's him.
  14. GSmiley2007

    GSmiley2007 Well-Known Member

    You know, I've been thinking about baby versions of some of the newer Muppets, like Rosita, Abby Cadabby, Zoe, and Kingston Livingston III as babies, although I know they weren't around when Muppet Babies was, but still... ;-)

    Anyhoo, regarding Boober Fraggle as a baby, he'd look like his adult counterpart, only he'd have visible eyes and shorter hair (and a shorter body), but his personality would be the same, with him telling weird superstitions to the other Muppet Babies and being obsessed with cleaning up instead of playing with the others. :)
  15. Baby Rowlf

    Baby Rowlf Well-Known Member

    Baby Doglion. Awwwwwww.

    Though you know, with all these baby versions of characters like Sweetums and Doglion and Uncle Deadly, and Johnny Fiama (and Sal!)...one has to wonder how NANNY would cope with all of this!
  16. maniacal muppet

    maniacal muppet Well-Known Member

    It's kinda random, but if you have a video with Sweetums and you can listen to it as you speed t up, you can hear what he would probably sound like :)

    I found this out because I have a copy of the 30 year ann. on video from the U.K. and my vcr doesn't accept that kinda tape so I got to a part with Sweetums and it's all fast and funny :)
  17. ZootyCutie

    ZootyCutie Well-Known Member

  18. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member


    I would so have loved to see Annie Sue as a baby in that series. That would have been the butest, and most annoying, thing ever! She could have been the sweet one that was both adorable and just downright loverly, while Piggy went on scheming around her.

    I love the idea of Uncle D having a toy Yorrick skull.
  19. GSmiley2007

    GSmiley2007 Well-Known Member

    Now I've got to wonder-- what voice actors would do these proposed Muppet Babies characters of ours?

    For me, I'd either get the Muppeteers themselves, or, these guys (of course some of them are the original VAs from Muppet Babies):

    These are examples:

    Frank Welker - In addition to doing Baby Kermit, Beaker, and Skeeter, I could see him doing Baby Oscar and Baby Count. And a Baby Sprocket and Treelo, too...

    Katie Leigh - She'd do a pretty good Baby Telly and Baby Guy Smiley, given that she does a really good Baby Rowlf (and that their voices might sound similar).

    Greg Berg - Wow... his voice for Baby Fozzie is very close to the adult version! I wonder if he could do a baby version of Bert as well...

    Russi Taylor - I imagined her doing baby versions of Grover, Elmo, Prairie Dawn (although her voice would sound more like Minnie Mouse instead of Baby Gonzo), Sam the Eagle, Tutter the Mouse, and Wembley Fraggle.

    Tom Kenny (of SpongeBob SquarePants fame) - I imagined him doing baby versions of Snuffy, Fat Blue, The Amazing Mumford, and Gobo Fraggle.

    So, what do you think? ;-) (Maybe you guys have better ideas. :-D)
  20. ZootyCutie

    ZootyCutie Well-Known Member

    Speaking of that Katie Leigh thing, I thought she'd be a good Baby Dr. Teeth, due to the adult versions of him and Rowlf sound the same.

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