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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by WhiteRabbit, Jun 14, 2009.
Floyd and Janice
Doesn't it, though? They've both been an extended member of the Electric Mayhem but Scooter has boundless energy to Lips' shyness. *glad somebody else likes her random ship*
Oh and: would human ships in Muppet stuff count in this thread? I'd like if anyone likes those pairings. I've liked Susan/Gordon and Maria/Louis together since I was little.
By the way, out of curiosity, does anybody have any favorite Muppeteer ships and/or Muppet/Muppeteer ships?
I support LipsxZoot too, mon ami! :3
....Or since someone already made that joke, here's the only one I support that's not official already, Animal and his red-haired dance partner with the goofy voice from the Muppet Show. I always thought they were hilarious/cute together and I wish she would've showed up more as a character.
.....Is it just me or is there a weird amount of guy-on-guy here
Not that I'm totally serious but.....
Red and Mokey (bwahahaha! Mixin' it up!....hey, it's cute too)
That's just the way we Muppet shipper fangirls are.
Beaker/Skeeter. Just try to picture it, especially if she actually does make a comeback in puppet form.
I'm not sure if its ever been mentioned but I LOVE Gonzo and Piggy (Its one sided on Gonzo's side)
Well Jim Henson and Frank Oz were best friends, to the point that when they puppeteered together the chemistry was such they "knew" just what the other was going to do, a seemless pairing.
However, my favourite pairing is that of Jerry Nelson and Louise Gold - in something like eighteen years they've done quite a variety of characters together ranging from Cowboy Jerry and Lou-The-Jugband-Lady on TMS, to Herry Monster and Louisey on Sesame Street through to the tourist rats on MTI. Both are brillient singers, that number that Herry and Louisey did on Sesame ("I Can Sing Anything When I Sing With You) summed up their partnership perferectly. Even in West End Theatre Louise hardly ever sings duets with anyone who can match her quite as perfectly as Jerry can.
Now there's a ship that gets my vote. Cowboy-Jerry and Lou-The-Jugband-Lady, or if you prefer to call them Slim Wilson and Lou, then do.
Is there anyone with a ship they're embarrassed about?
I don't know if I'd say I'm embarrassed about it, but this is something that might tread on people's toes here: I like the idea of Boober/Wembley. If anyone could watch Pebble Pox Blues and NOT think that they are a perfect pair, then they're crazy.
FloydxJanice all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Link HogthrobxAnnie Sue
AnimalxSweetums (That could work.....somehow.......)
(Dude, I totally forgot about this )
My favourite Muppet ships are probably yours. Kermit/Piggy, Floyd/Janice and Gonzo/Camilla, all of them perfectly safe and canon!
But, er, *ahem* I, erm, ImayshipZoot/Lipsprettyhardcore. *runs away before anyone can react*
YES!!!! YES YES YES! ZootxLips!
My favourite canon ships:
And some unofficial ones:
Rowlf/Brunette girl from At the Dance
Swedish Chef/Cleo Laine
We know that Statler and Emily are old friends, but what if it is/was ever more than just friendship? Oh my god, what if...? *mind boggles*
Haha! I think that's already canon!
Ooooh Lord, it's hard to be humble,
When your perfect in ev-er-y way!
Ha, that's true! I was debating whether or not to put it in the list of official ships, but I think it belongs there.
Waldorf and Astoria (a female version of Statler);
As for Statler, his wife could be a female version of Waldorf (minus the mustache), and her name could be Penny,
since the current Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC was originally known as the Hotel Pennsylvania, then renamed as the Statler Hilton when purchased by Conrad Hilton, and after several more business transactions, finally reverted to its original name, the Hotel Pennsylvania.
After all, Waldorf & Astoria is an obvious pun on the famous Waldorf-Astoria hotel in NYC....
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