Everyone's got to start somewhere, and Kermit the Frog is no exception to the rule! Here's some of my favorite Kermit moments on Sesame Street! Kermit tries to explain rectangles, but his rectangle gets destroyed by Cookie Monster. Kermit takes applications for the Big Bad Wolf. First he gets a small bad wolf, then a medium bad wolf, before the standard Big Bad Wolf (the large blue one voiced by Jerry Nelson) shows up. Kermit and Susan play "One Of These Things" with woodland creatures: a frog and three others who can fly. When Susan says that the frog is the one that doesn't belong, Kermit gets insulted and leaves. Kermit and Bob interact with a real frog. Bob is trying to explain the mannerisms of the real frog, where Kermit is trying to convince him that frogs live in apartments and eat pizza & fried chicken. Kermit tries to explain the letter W, but his letter W is a bit more active than he expected it to be. Kermit interviews Mary and her little lamb. However, the lamb follows Kermit home instead of Mary. Kermit goes to Piper's Pickled Pepper Patch to interview Peter Piper. However, he gets everyone else in the Piper family (whose names all begin with the letter P) except Peter, who's in Portland, pressing pants. (Great Kermit line: "This is Kermit the Frog returning you to the program in progress. Anybody have a letter Q?") Kermit interviews Humpty Dumpty, who has just been put back together again. However, when Kermit gives Humpty a hearty slap on the back, he falls off the wall. Oops! Kermit interviews Jack (of "Jack Be Nimble" fame) who talks a lot like Floyd, jumps over a candlestick, and breaks every bone in his body in the process. (Somewhere Gonzo is saying "WOW! What a finish!") Kermit interviews Old MacDonald on his farm, where Old MacDonald reveals his newest acquisition: a spaceship, complete with Yip-Yip martians. (Kermit to a pig: "You remind me of someone I know!") Kermit interviews Pinocchio, and is driven out of the picture when Pinocchio tells one lie too many. "STOP THE NOSE!" Kermit singing "This Frog", "When I Listen In The Quiet Of The Evening", "African Alphabet", "In My Pond", and "Caribbean Amphibian". Any of the Kermit/Don Music sketches.