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Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by GonzoRizo, Dec 20, 2004.
Because it sure seemed like it. Any one think she did? By the way I'm new here.
Hi! I'm not sure wether or not she did, but if so, it never seemed to be let on to, unlike Gonzo and Piggy. Am I making any sense? Cuz it doesn't feel that way...
well I understand!
welcome to MC gonzorizo.
Oh, good. That makes me feel better.
Yah it makes sense to me Beakerfan. Its true Skeeter never gave some actual hints towards liking Gonzo, but in some episodes it seemed like she kind of liked him, although she never came out and said it like Gonzo would to Piggy. She might just have a different approach into getting guys.
I don't think Skeeter had a crush on Gonzo or anyone else in the nursery. For one thing, the Gonzo-Piggy-Kermit love triangle was probably more than enough love for the nursery to take.
(and personally, I think if Skeeter were to have a relationship with anyone in the Muppet family, it would be Clifford)
I agree about the love triangle.
Skeeter and Clifford? I guess I could see that. Actually, I remember a few Muppet Babies episodes where Skeeter seemed to be interested in Kermit, especially in the Cinderella episode much to Piggy's jealousy.
i'm sorry, i can't see that (skeet and cliff). But i can c the Skeet/Gonzo Love Connection, just fyi. *sidenote to disney* could you plz make a skeeter muppet/puppet/plushie and sell it to the masses?
I couldn't see Skeeter / Clifford either.
Skeeter and Clifford
I personally think Skeeter and Clifford would work. I mean no one knows for sure what kind of a personaity she had when she became an adult/teen. It's quite possible that her and Scooter could be very differnt. In a sence they were differnt as night and day right from day 1. I think Skeeter might have had a differnt life alltogether and that's what brougth her and Clifford together. But their relationship isn't a perfact one. But they always loved each other in a sence, but allowed each other to have freedom. Nither Clifford or Skeeter were overly possive. That's the way I see it anyway.
This thread always makes me crack up!
Ha! Ha! Ha! Skeeter and Gonzo, sitting up a tree. Doing what they shouldn't be!
Snickers. Sorry I can't picture it somehow. Can you imagine the kids they would have? I gues it couldn't be anyworse than Clifford and Skeet.
What "happened" to Skeeter, anyway? She's never mentioned or seen in the adult muppet world. Did she move to France or something? I know she was created so Piggy wouldn't be the only female, but...
She moved to the Amazon.
Skeeter can't possibly have a crush on Clifford, because through some weird scientific experiment gone wrong, she grew up to BE Clifford!
Look in your heart! you know it to be true!
You wanna explaine how that could be possible? I can't picture it no way no how. They are totally differnt in every way even gender incase you hadent noticed Skeeter is a girl. Don't give me a funny look Skeeter has been misstaken for boy before. Not that I'm interested in going into any weird topic or anything just want to know how oyu figured it out.
Hmm, been a while since I've seen the show (cept for the one ep. dvds I got with the plushes. -_-) but I don't think she really liked anyone, just perhaps she felt left out with piggy always going after kermit? ^_^ And a few times when she went after kermit too it was usual in a story when they were both princesses right? So it would make sense.
Amazon muppets, boy that is an interesting picture.
I remember that as well.
That's SO funny!! Yeah, if you thought about it perhaps...yeah....XD
SHE WAS THE EXPERIMENT OF BUNSEN AND BEAKER!!!
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