Well I definitely watched Sesame Street. My Grandma recently mentioned how amazed she was when I would sit so quietly and intently while watching, lol. I also used to own The Frog Prince, Hey Cinderella and Musicians of Bremen on tape, I watched those all the time and they're still very dear to me. Muppet Babies as well, one of the best cartoons ever made! I adored The Christmas Toy, even though it used to scare me to death, lol. Muppets Take Manhattan was and remains my favorite Muppet movie of all time, the emotion was just so intense and close to the surface. I think a big part of what really makes the film work is the soundtrack. In the beginning, we're introduced to the song "Together Again" and then after that those opening words or notes play throughout the film during pivotal moments (such as when Kermit reads Scooter's letter, or finds out the play has been sold, and when he finally regains his memory). It really ties the whole story together. Oddly enough though, one of my earliest experiences were with the Muppet behind the scenes specials. I knew at a very young age who Jim Henson and Frank Oz were. And looking back, I think specials like that inspired me to study video editing! And then finally I ended learning much more about The Muppet Show and other specials through Nickelodeon. Thank goodness for Muppet Matinee! I wish that was still around!