We all know that Abby Cadabby was the result of trying to add a prominent female Muppet character to join the ranks of what's considered a mostly all-male club, however, over the years, there's been a number of different female Muppets that were added to the cast, especially throughout the 90s and 2000s, when more thought was given to consideration. During this time period, the likes of Zoe and Rosita have survived, but there are countless others who didn't... I guess you could say that the purpose of this thread is to compile something of a comprehensive list of female Muppets that they tried to add to the cast of SST, but ultimately ended up becoming a part of what Marty Robinson calls the "Dead Puppets Society". Off the top of my head, I can think of... Elizabeth (Stephanie D'Abruzzo) A green AM girl from 1998 to 2001, with a slight New York accent; adored her pet kitten Sparkles (later Little Murray Sparkles, whom appears to be just a generic cat now). Retired/rejected possibly due to Stephanie's involvement with Avenue Q. Lulu (Stephanie D'Abruzzo) Originally a blue monster with blonde hair, but later a lavendar monster with purple hair created by Stephanie to add a new female monster to the street. She was definitely dropped because of Stephanie's involvement with AQ. Merry Monster (Joey Mazzarino) A little yellow monster with red, feathery hair, who had a soft and mousy voice, but could growl really really loudly. She was used throughout the 90s, though I hear tell people felt she was a little obnoxious. Roxie Marie (Fran Brill) Biff's niece. I believe she was added a year or two before ATC came into play, but she was certainy phased out by Season 30. Ruby Monster (Camille Bonara) A tomboyish orange monster who was on the street during the very late 80s through early 90s... most probably remember her from the Monsterpiece Theater presentation of "Guys and Doll".