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Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by MissMusical12, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Because I have now finished my first oneshot collection and Survival Of The Muppets is coming to an end very soon, I think it's time I introduce an all new story! :halo: But first...here's the plot!

    Plot: After watching a local high school production of "Grease," Kermit and the gang believe that they can put on a much better than what they saw. With the help of their new friend, Misty, the gang tries to put together "The Best Production of Grease EVER!" But not without some little bumps in the road first. Will the gang succeed in making "Grease" the word for them? Find out in this all new "musical" comedy adventure!

    Chapter One will either be up tonight or tomorrow, so stay tuned!
  2. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 1: Grease Is The Word, Man!
    "We'll always be together. We'll always be together." The curtain then came down on the local high school production of "Grease." The audience cheered for the kids up on stage as they came back out for their curtain calls. Everyone....except the Muppets.

    Usually, the Muppets supported pretty much everything, but this, they thought, was just plain awful. In fact 75% of the Muppets were "Grease" fans and even they admitted they hated the production they just saw. "Wow," Walter whispered to Kermit in amazement. "Now I know how Statler and Waldorf feel." "I know what you mean," Kermit whispered back in agreement. "I hate to say it, but this was the worst production of Grease I've ever seen."

    The Muppets all stayed in the back row of the auditorium until almost every person in the audience with their children who was in the cast left. "We might as well not waste our time here any longer," Kermit said. "Yeah," Fozzie said. "I don't think I wanna smell anymore of the stink of this production." "You're right, Fozzie," Kermit agreed. "C'mon guys. Let's go home."

    But just before all the Muppets exited the auditorium, a teenage girl accidentally tripped near them. The girl had long auburn hair, light skin and was short. On her was a black spaghetti strapped tank top under a black and white striped jacket, jean shorts over pantyhose, and black flats. She was carrying on her shoulder what looked like a bag full of "theater material" such as a script and her makeup kit. "Oh. Sorry," the girl apologized, but then realized something. She rubbed her eyes, thinking "This has to be dream," but realized this wasn't a dream. She just tripped right near The Muppets themselves. "Oh my gosh!" she said. "You guys are the Muppets!" "Yes," Kermit replied. "Yes we are, maam. I'm...." "I know," the girl interrupted. "You're Kermit the Frog. And you're Walter, and Fozzie and Gonzo and and....oh my gosh." The girl was so amazed, she was just lost for words.

    "I....I'm sorry. Uh....my name's Misty." "Hey!" Gonzo said, looking up from his program. "You're the girl that played the cheerleader up there." "Yes. I am....I mean was," Misty said in embarrassment. "Hey what's there to be embarrassed about?" Walter asked. "We thought you were great up there, Misty." "Ohhh..." she said. "That's what they all say. People just say that to me just to make me feel good about myself. And sometimes, they never mean it. Especially when you're not playing a lead." "Well, we mean it," Walter replied. "We thought you were hilarious up there." "Do you take your word on it, Walter?" she asked. "Of course," he replied. "We are honest, good hearted, Muppets." Suddenly, Misty and Walter turned around and saw Animal, hitting his head against the seat in front of him and yelling "BAD SHOW! BAD SHOW!" Walter then turned back to Misty and said "Most of the time."

    "Hey, listen. Maybe we should talk some more over some ice cream. My mom doesn't mind," Misty suggested. "But where are we going to find an ice cream place around here, Misty?" Fozzie asked. "They sell ice cream at the gas station not even a mile away. All the flavors you can think of," she replied. "Well then, let's get on the bus and get us some ice cream!" Dr. Teeth said in excitement. "ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM!" Animal yelled.

    "Mmmm. You're right, Misty," Kermit said, still eating his ice cream. "This ice cream is amazing." "I know," Misty said. "I think I'd rather be eating ice cream at the gas station with the Muppets rather than go to my cast party." Then suddenly, Walter spit out the ice cream he was eating and it accidentally hit Miss Piggy. "AHHHHHHH!" Miss Piggy yelled. "WHO SPIT ICE CREAM IN MY HAIR!!?!?!" Walter and Gonzo looked at each and Walter was the first to point and say "Gonzo did it." He quickly ran off to where Misty and Kermit were before Miss Piggy karate chopped Gonzo. "Misty," Kermit started. "Why don't you want to go to your cast party?"

    "Because...."Misty started, took a deep breath and said "I really hated doing this production." "WHAT!?!?!?" all of The Muppets yelled at once. "It's true," she said. "I mean, don't get me wrong, I love acting and singing, but this production was just unfair." "You're telling us," Floyd agreed. "It was so unfair, I couldn't even take Animal to the bathroom when the show was going on." Misty couldn't help but chuckle there, but then she continued speaking "I mean....it just didn't seem right. Everything was cast all wrong. I mean...." "Some of them couldn't sing," Miss Piggy said. "Some of them couldn't dance," Scooter added in. "And a whole mud pile of them can't act," Fozzie lastly added in. "How'd you guys know what I was going to say?" Misty wondered. "We know....everything," Gonzo said. " Boy if we did our own production of Grease, we could prove that only people worth wanting and willing to perform deserve to perform," Walter said.

    Suddenly, Kermit got an idea. "Walter," Kermit started. "What did you just say?" "We could prove that only people worth....." Walter started. "No the first thing," Kermit interrupted. "If we did our own production of Grease we could......." Walter started, again. "Yes!" Kermit interrupted, again. "Yes that's it! We could do our own production of Grease!" "That sounds like an awesome idea, Kermit," Misty agreed. "That way, you guys can prove that any production of Grease was better than my school's." "We will!" Walter said in determination. "We'll make it The Best Production of Grease.....EVER!" "Walter, have you been reading the plot line above?" Kermit asked in suspicion. "Yes I have!" Walter replied, still in a determined. "Okay. Just checking," Kermit said. "So what do you say, guys? Should we do it?"

    The rest of the Muppets looked at each other for a moment and then nodded. "All we gotta say is," Dr. Teeth started. "Grease is the word, man!" "YEAH!" Everyone said in agreement and excitement. "We can do this, guys," Walter said. "Remember, we're all in this together!" "Walter, I think you just referenced the wrong musical right now," Misty said. "Ohhh, sorry," Walter said. "Man these breaking the fourth wall jokes are getting crazier......" "Than you?" Kermit asked. "Ummm, I think we should end this chapter before we do anymore musical references," Misty said.
    --------------------------------------End of Chapter 1-------------------------------------------
    Well, how'd you guys like this story so far? Sorry for the slow beginning. The later chapters will get a lot better, I promise. ;)
  3. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Wow! I like where this is going. I had gone to productions of the musicals and I felt like some of them cannot act, sing, dance, or act. Well, that nakes perfect sense. So, I would like more please. Great start, eh? :smirk:
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  4. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 2: "Role Call"

    Throughout the next several days, Kermit, Misty and Walter all worked together to get all the copyright stuff cleared, beg people to produce it, and buy the scripts and libretto. And it wasn't easy so I have decided not to write a long and boring chapter about it. But, let's skip ahead to days later. It's now time to cast the roles.

    The three decided not to hold auditions but let it be "first come, first serve." In short, because the three of them have trust in everyone with their talents, they know that whatever role fit them, fit them. Of the three, so far, Misty has been cast as Jan, one of the Pink Ladies. Kermit was directing the show and Walter was co-director.

    "Okay, I think we have everyone cast..." Kermit said, looking at his clipboard. "No we don't, Kermit," Misty kindly argued. "We still have plenty of roles to fill. We don't even have the leads yet." "Oh yeah, you're right, Misty," Kermit said. "Kermie! Kermie!" a familiar called in the distance.

    The voice was Miss Piggy, whom was rushing towards Misty and Kermit. "Hi, Piggy," Kermit said. "Kermie, moi has a very special request," Miss Piggy said. "I do not wish to play the role of Sandy." Kermit and Misty looked at each other in surprise. Miss Piggy? Turning down a lead like Sandy? This was rare. "Miss Piggy, this isn't like you, turning down a role like Sandy," Misty said. "I know," Miss Piggy responded. "However, there is ONE role and one role alone that moi wishes to play." "What role, Piggy?" Kermit asked.

    "Rizzo!" Miss Piggy dramatically said. Then all of a sudden, Rizzo popped up out of nowhere. "Hey, anyone call my name?" he asked. "Get lost, garbage breath!" Miss Piggy yelled and kicked Rizzo out of sight. "Piggy," Kermit started. "You wanna play Rizzo?" "Of course!" Miss Piggy said arrogantly. "Moi was born to play that role! Plus, I get to insult whoever plays Sandy through song." Misty couldn't help but chuckle. She just couldn't wait to see Miss Piggy singing "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee." "I just can't wait," Misty said excitingly. "Merci bocoup, Misty," Miss Piggy said and then turned to Kermit. "Well, I must be off. I have a 2:00 M and P." "M and P?" Kermit asked, confused. "What's that?" "Mani and pedi," she answered. "It means manicure and pedicure," Misty translated in regular language to Miss Piggy's girl language. "Au revoir, mon capitan," Miss Piggy said and kissed Kermit on the cheek before she left.

    Misty chuckled and started to ask "How long have you two....." "Don't ask," Kermit replied, not feeling like talking about him and Miss Piggy's relationship. "Anyways, who's going to play the two leads if Miss Piggy doesn't wanna play Sandy?" "I'll play Sandy!" Misty started, excitingly. Kermit gave her a look and responded "Nice try. But no dice." Misty frowned, but wasn't too disappointed. She was kind of expecting that anyways, but it was worth a shot to try. "Oh," she said. "Ahem, I mean, yeah. Who's going to play Danny and Sandy is the right question."

    Suddenly they heard the sound of a bass guitar and singing. Kermit and Misty looked behind them and saw only Floyd, relaxing in one of the seats in the audience, playing his bass guitar and singing: "Last time I saw her, she sweetly kissed my lips...." "Hey Floyd!" Kermit called. Floyd looked up from playing his bass guitar and replied "Oh hey! What's up, my little green friend?" "You wanna play Danny?" Kermit asked. Floyd was silent for a minute, but then he shrugged and said "Sure." Kermit then looked back at Misty. "Okay, we have our Danny," she started. "Now we need Sandy." "If you wanna make my day even better....," Floyd started to call out from the audience. "Put Janice as Sandy." "Oh yeah!" Misty said in realization. "I forgot you two were going out. Strong?" "Strong," he replied, nodding. "Okay," Kermit started as he wrote down on his clipboard. "We have our Danny and Sandy." "What's next?" Misty said as she curiously looked over Kermit's shoulder to see what wrote down.

    "Teen Angel," Kermit said. Then all of a sudden, Pepe and Link Hogthrob ran right up Kermit and Misty. "I wanna play Teen Angel!" they said at the same time. "No I wanna play Teen Angel!" "Listen here, shrimp," Link started. "You don't have the brawn and masculinity that Teen Angel has." "Ho yeah?" Pepe argued. "I have just as much masculinity and handsome looks as you. Even better! And it's PRAWN!" "Who wants to see someone who's only 2 feet tall as Teen Angel?" Link argued back. "I'm tall, lean and handsome." "And a pig," Pepe said. Pepe and Link then continued having their argument and even fist fought, while Kermit and Misty just stared at them weirdly. "They're arguing over a role that only sings one song and is only in the show for about 5 minutes....tops," Misty said. "Maybe we should break it up," Kermit suggested. "No, let them argue," she responded. "I love watching morons fight." Kermit then scribbled something down on his clipboard and then looked back up. "Okay, I think we have everyone....."

    "Wait," Misty interrupted. "There's still one more role you need to cast." "What's that, Misty?" Kermit asked in wonder. "Kenickie," she replied, pointing to where it says "Kenickie" on Kermit's paper. "Oh!" Kermit realized. "Kermit, I think you should play Kenickie," Misty insisted. "What? Me?" he said in surprise. "No...I....I could never pull it off." "But it makes the most sense with Piggy as Rizzo," she responded. Then all of a sudden, Rizzo reappeared. "Hey! Did anyone just call my name...again?" he asked. "Rizzo, not now," Kermit said. "Oh...." Rizzo responded and walked off. "C'mon, Kermit," Misty begged. "Please...please play Kenickie....for Miss Piggy, at least. She'll be thrilled when she founds out you're playing Kenickie." Kermit then sighed and decided to give in. "Okay," Kermit said. "I'll do it.....for Piggy." "That's the spirit, Kermit," Misty said. He then wrote down his name next to where "Kenickie" was written. "Now we have everyone cast," Misty said, nodding.

    The next day, Kermit put up the cast list for Grease right by the entrance to the auditorium:

    The Muppet Players Present
    Grease
    Cast List:
    Danny Zuko- Floyd Pepper
    Sandy Dumbrowski- Janice
    Betty Rizzo- Miss Piggy
    Kenickie- Kermit the Frog
    The Burger Palace Boys:
    Doody- Scooter
    Roger- Fozzie Bear
    Sonny- Rizzo the Rat
    The Pink Ladies:
    Frenchy- Delores
    Jan- Misty
    Marty- Spamela Hamderson
    Assorted Others:
    Miss Lynch- Mildred Huxtetter
    Patty Simcox- Annie Sue Pig
    Eugene Florcyznik (*I can't spell his last name)- Seymour
    Vince Fontaine- Gonzo
    Johnny Casino- Dr. Teeth
    Cha Cha DeGregorio- Libby Lou (*She's just some random whatnot. So I just made up her name)
    The Teen Angel- Animal
    "WHAT!?!?!?!" Pepe and Link said together in shock. "ANIMAL!!?!? TEEN ANGEL!!??!" Link and Pepe then looked behind them and saw Animal, rolling around on the floor. The two then looked at each other and ran off.​
    "Oh, Floyd!" Janice said in surprise and excitement. "Like you got me the role of Sandy?" "Of course," Floyd replied. "I can't be Danny without you as Sandy." "Oh, Floyd, like you shouldn't have," she said and hugged him. "I only give the best to my babe," he responded and kissed her cheek. Janice then grabbed Floyd's hand and went off with him.​
    "Vince Fontaine?" Gonzo asked in confusion. "Who's he?" "Gonzo, don't you remember?" Kermit said. "You asked for that role." "No I didn't," he replied. "I asked to play Sneezy." "Who's Sneezy?" Kermit asked. "You know, the other Burger Palace Boy," he replied. "The one that sneezes a lot but never gets a girlfriend." "Gonzo. we're doing Grease, not Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs." Kermit said back. "Oh....I forgot we did that already," Gonzo said in realization as he took the comic book entitled "Muppets Snow White." "Ugh," Kermit sighed. "This is going to be a very long fanfiction."​
    --------------------------------------------End of Chapter 2------------------------------------------​
    Yeah, I know this chapter was long, but this was a really fun chapter. Stay tuned for chapter 3! :halo:
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  5. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 3: Mooning With Fozzie

    Rehearsals for Grease began the following day and have been going on almost every day since. If the Muppets wanted to put on "The Best Production of Grease Ever" they had to work hard for it. They knew. They've been through it before. It wasn't as bad as what they had to go through in Manhattan back in the 80's, but it was still "serious." They all wanted to give everything they got.

    "C'mon, Fozzie!" Misty said, dragging Fozzie along into the auditorium for rehearsal. "What's our rush, Misty?" he asked. "Don't you remember?" she asked. "Today's the day we start working on our duet." "We....have a......duet?" Fozzie asked, sounding nervous. "Yeah," Misty replied. "Mooning." Fozzie gulped. He really thought the song was a solo....but he was wrong. He has to sing a duet. The worst part of it is was is that he had to sing.......with a girl. "Oh...boy," Fozzie said, trying to sound enthusiastic.

    Once everyone settled down, it was time for Fozzie and Misty to work on their duet. The two went onstage immediately. "Are you two ready?" Rowlf asked, whom was preparing himself by the piano. "We're ready, Rowlf. Whenever you are," Misty replied confidently. " "Mooning," right?" he asked to confirm. "Yup," she said. "Gee, I wonder what kind of moon it is...." Rowlf said. "It definitely isn't a half moon we're talking about," Fozzie joked, trying to stall him from playing the song. "Ah, waka waka!" "Fozzie, we're wasting precious time," Misty said, sounding serious now. "C'mon now, Rowlf, start the song."

    With that, Rowlf immediately played the intro to "Mooning." It then quickly was time for Fozzie to sing, but he was speechless. He was so nervous that he just couldn't get the words out of his mouth. Rowlf stopped playing and turned to him. "Hey, are you okay, Fozzie?" he asked. Misty then turned to him. "Fozzie?" Misty asked. Fozzie stood there, frozen like a statue. "Are you nervous?" "Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee," he replied nervously. "I think I'll take that as a yes," she said. "Don't worry, Fozzie. You can do this. I'm right here with you, now don't fret, alright?" Fozzie took a deep breath and replied "Okay. I can do this. I can do this." Misty then turned back to Rowlf. "Start again, Rowlf." Rowlf then started up the song again.

    Fozzie began to sing, sounding not as nervous as he was before, but still was a little:
    I spend my days
    Just mooning
    So sad and blue
    So sad and blue

    I spend my nights
    Just mooning
    All over you

    Misty then joined in singing:
    All over who

    Fozzie then sang:
    Oh I'm so full of love as any fool can see
    'Cause angels up above have hung the moon on me

    Misty and Fozzie then sang together:
    (Misty) Why must you go
    (Fozzie) Why must I go

    (Both) On mooning

    (Fozzie) So all alone
    (Misty) So all alone

    (Fozzie) There would be no
    (Misty) There would be no

    (Both) More mooning

    (Fozzie) If you would call me
    (Misty) Up on the phone

    Fozzie then sang alone, now sounding more confident than he was before:
    I guess I'll keep on striking poses
    'Till my cheeks have lost there roses

    Misty and Fozzie sang together:
    (Both) Mooning over you

    (Fozzie) I'll stand behind
    (Misty) You'll stand behind

    (Both) You mooning

    (Fozzie) Forever more
    (Misty) Forever more

    (Fozzie) Someday you'll find
    (Misty) Someday I'll find


    (Both) Me/You mooning

    (Fozzie) At your front door
    (Misty) At my front door

    Fozzie then sang alone:
    Oh, everyday at school I watch ya
    Always will until I got you

    Fozzie and Misty sang together:
    Mooning too

    Fozzie then lastly sang alone:
    There's a moon out tonight

    Everyone clapped and cheered after the two sang their song. "Hey, I did it!" Fozzie said excitingly. "I did it! I can sing a love duet! WOO!" "You sure can, Fozzie," Misty said in agreement. "Hey you wanna go out with me?" he suddenly asked. "Don't push it," she replied. The two then left the stage and went into the audience.

    "Wow, what a lovely duet," Walter said. "You did great, Fozzie," "Thanks, Walter," Fozzie replied from behind. Walter then turned to Kermit whom was looking at his clipboard. "So what's next?" he asked. "Hmmm....I'm not sure," Kermit replied. "Ah! Floyd and Janice are up to do "You're The One That I Want." "Yeah, Janice and I got a situation about that......." Floyd responded coldly from behind.
    ------------------------------------------End of Chapter 3------------------------------------------
    DUN DUN DUUUUUUUUUUUUN!!!! Had to leave you guys on a cliff hanger. The song Fozzie and Misty sing is "Mooning" from Grease. (This song was sung by Roger and Jan in the show. Not in the movie. They got two other random people to sing it.) Here's the song:
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  6. floyd<3janice

    floyd<3janice Well-Known Member

    This is really cool.

    AHHHH how dare you leave us at a cliffhanger more please!
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  7. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Three chapters in one day! WOOO!!!! Enjoy!
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Chapter 4: That's The Song We Don't Want!

    "What's the matter, Floyd?" Kermit asked. He noticed that Floyd didn't look too happy, but what it was was just what he was wondering. Janice was right there behind him. "It's the song," Floyd replied. "Oh no. Not this again," Kermit said, annoyed. "I thought we settled things about....." "Not the theme song, man," he interrupted. "The song Janice and I have to sing near the end of the show." "What about it?" Walter wondered. "Like three words," Janice said, backing Floyd up. "We hate it." she and Floyd said together.

    " "You're The One That I Want?" " Kermit asked. "But guys, every Grease fans knows that song by heart. It's the most memorable song in the show." "Listen, Kermit. You're a nice little dude and all, but.....we just can't take it anymore," Floyd explained. "That song is the most annoying love song on the face of the planet." "Fer sure," Janice agreed. "Okay, so what do you want me to do about it?" Kermit asked. "Like Floyd and I found this one song that was like cut from the show that we thought would be a lot better than You're The One That I Want," Janice explained. "What song is it?" Walter asked.

    "We'll show you," Floyd said. He then clapped his hands and said "Okay guys, take it from the scene where Sandy enters with her new bad girl makeover." Floyd and the rest of the Burger Palace Boys (minus Kermit) headed onto the stage along with Janice and the rest of the Pink Ladies in their positions. Kermit looked at the script and then said "From your line, Janice." Janice nodded and said her line, "Like tell me about it, stud."

    A guitar riff went off.

    Floyd then sang:
    Well...I...feel so strange.
    Well upon my word
    Now my brain is reelin' and my ey-y-y sight's blurred
    Well I'm tremblin' alot.
    I'm nervous and I'm hot
    Uh-huh, I'm all choked up!

    The tempo then got faster, and Floyd continued to sing:
    Well there's a fire alarm wailin' in my head
    And my cirriculation cries condition red
    I'm in a cold sweat
    My t-shirt's all wet
    Uh-huh, I'm all choked up

    He then flirtaciously glided towards Janice:
    Oh baby baby baby
    Take my heart before it breaks
    My knees are weak and my back bone aches
    My hands are colder than ice
    My throat is locked in a vice
    Come on and change my pain to paradise!

    Well there's a fever key runnin' through my skin
    Don't you hear me knockin'
    Won't ya let me in
    You know I'm your fool
    So don't you be cruel
    Uh-huh, I'm all choked up!

    The Pink Ladies minus Janice sang:
    Now listen here!

    Janice then sang:
    So you're spinnin' around in a dizzy spell
    It's a situation I know prettty well
    Well I been there too
    So I feel for you
    Uh-huh, I'm all choked up

    The Pink Ladies minus Janice sang:
    And furthermore:

    Janice sang as she playfully flirted with Floyd:
    So you're down and out; You're against up a wall
    And you say that I'm the one that did it all
    Well I'm sure you're sincere
    Oh oh, It gets me right here
    Oh, I'm all choked up.

    Oh baby
    Take it slow and don't complain
    My poor heart just can't stand this strain
    I can cure your disease
    Come on and say pretty please ("Pretty please, my main squeeze!" Floyd cried out.)
    Take your medicine down on your knees!

    Floyd, infatuated, sang:
    Got a fever
    A hundred-four fahrenheit
    Need your lovin'
    Can I come over tonight?
    Feelin' low down
    My equilibrium's shot
    Give me
    The tranquilizer you got!

    Dr. Teeth and Zoot threw them their guitars from offstage, in which they both successfully caught.

    Floyd continued to sing:
    Oh baby take my ring
    Cause you're my match

    Janice sang:
    Well I still think there's strings attached

    Floyd sang:
    You're writin' my epitaph

    Janice sang:
    Like that's just tough and a half.

    Floyd sang:
    You're gonna make me die!

    Janice sang:
    Don't make me laugh!

    The two then sang together and played their guitars at the same time:
    Well I'll forgive for what you put me through
    Cause I do believe you really love me too
    I look in your eyes
    The suffering dies
    Uh-huh, I'm all choked up

    The Burger Palace Boys and Pink Ladies sang:
    Hey hey hey yeah!

    Janice and Floyd sang:
    I'm all choked up

    The Burger Palace Boys and Pink Ladies sang:
    Hey hey hey yeah!

    Janice and Floyd finally sang:
    I'm all choked up!
    (Burger Palace Boys and Pink Ladies)
    Uh huh shoo be doo wop
    Uh huh shoo be doo wop
    Uh huh shoo be doo wop

    All finally sang:
    Yeah!

    Kermit and Walter just looked at each other after the song was over. Silence. After a few minutes, Kermit finally said "That was.............................single handedly the worst love song I've ever heard!" "I tried to tell them that, Kermie," Miss Piggy said from onstage. "You either put "All Choked Up" in the show, or you can go find yourselves a new Danny and Sandy," Floyd threatened. Kermit then turned to Walter. "What now?" Kermit asked. "We might as well just put it in," Walter said, giving in. "I mean, from what it looked like up there, they directed, choreographed and sang it really well."

    Kermit then glanced at everyone onstage, then back at Walter, and then back again at everyone onstage."I have no choice," Kermit said, sighing. "All Choked Up is in." Everyone onstage, especially Floyd and Janice, were excited when they heard the news. "Like we did it, Floyd! We did it!" Janice said, excited. She hugged Floyd and kissed him all over his face. Floyd blushed, but replied "I'm glad."

    "Hey, Walter," Kermit started. "When did you say we the show was going to be on?" "The 28th," Walter replied. "Why?" Kermit's eyes then widened and then asked "What day is today?" "The 20th," Walter replied. Kermit's eyes widened even more. Everyone on the stage then fell silent. They were scared. They all were. They were so scared somebody even fainted onstage (They forgot who though). They knew what was coming. Crunch time had come sooner than expected.
    --------------------------------------------End of Chapter 4--------------------------------------
    Uh oh! Leaving you on another cliff hanger. Dun dun DUUUUUUUUUUUN!!!!! Anyways, how are you guys enjoying the story so far? And one more thing, the song is "All Choked Up" from the Original Broadway Cast of Grease. (I just thought this song would be better for Floyd and Janice than "You're The One That I Want," personally.) And speaking of that, here's the song:
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  8. miss kermie

    miss kermie Well-Known Member

    Omg, I love how piggy wants to be rizzo.
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  9. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Rizzo:shifty:: Hey! Did you just call?
    Me: No, she's referring to the character.
    Rizzo:shifty:: Again with this!?!?! AHHHH!
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  10. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 5: Crunch Time (And Not The Good One Either)

    "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!" Everyone all freaked out after. "Walter!?!?" Kermit yelled. "Do you realize we've only got eight days to pull all of this together!?!?!" "It was the only date the producer said was available for us to do the show," Walter explained. "I'm sorry." "It's not your fault," Kermit said, still worried but calming down a little. He really didn't want to yell at Walter. After all, he was still new to the Muppet community. But that's not Kermit's worry right now. His worry was trying to put together the show in EIGHT days. That's pretty much only a week. Not even a month, a week.

    "Okay, everyone!" Kermit then said. "From the top of the show! Places!" Everyone then scrambled to take their positions for the opening number, "Grease." The Muppets felt that putting in that other opening number made no sense, so they just added in the opening number from the movie. The music then began to play and the company began to sing: "I solve my problems and I see the light. We got a lovin' thing, we gotta feed it right. There ain't no danger we could go too far. We start believin' now that we can........"

    "STOP! STOP!" Kermit yelled. "What's the matter, Kermit?" Misty asked from onstage. "Something's missing," he replied. "What is it?" Walter asked. "I think moi knows the answer," Miss Piggy replied. "Well...what's missing, Miss Piggy?" Misty asked. Miss Piggy then turned to Kermit and yelled "KERMIT! Get up here!" "Wha...." Kermit began to say, but realized something. HE'S supposed to be in the opening number, too. HE'S Kenickie. HE almost forgot. WHY do I keep capitalizing HE? "Oh shut it, narrator!" Miss Piggy snapped. Uhhh....sorry.

    So, the cast worked day and night nonstop trying to perfect "Grease." Everyone danced till they dropped. Sang till their throats couldn't take it anymore. And acted until.......until....well you get the point.

    "Kermit, we're like so tired," Janice complained. "Yeah, I haven't slept in days," Floyd added in. "And Animal hasn't even touched his drum in days..." "AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!! DRUM! NEED DRUM! NEED DRUM!" Animal yelled while rolling on the floor. "Guys we're gonna keep practicing until this perfect!" Kermit commanded back. "Remember, we gotta make this the best production of Grease ever!" The cast looked at each other. Kermit? Of all people? A perfectionist? This wasn't like him at all. "Kermit, we didn't say it had to be the best production," Misty said, being the brave soul to stand up to him. "We just wanted the production to be better than my school's." Everyone in the cast nodded.

    "This just isn't like you, Kermit," Misty continued. "Being a perfectionist...when did that ever come in play? We just wanted to have fun doing this show, not make it a theater boot camp!" Kermit fell silent. No comment, whatsoever. Misty then turned to the rest of the cast. "C'mon guys, we're going on break." The rest of the company then headed out of the auditorium. Everyone.......except Walter.

    He was worried about Kermit, but then again also felt like Kermit was working everyone too hard. "Walter?" Misty called before leaving. "Are you coming or what?" Walter turned to Kermit and then back at Misty and then back at Kermit. He then went up to where Misty was and headed out of the auditorium with her, leaving Kermit all alone in the auditorium.

    After Walter left, Kermit gave a long sigh. "What have I done?" Kermit thought to himself. "I've turned into a perfectionist monster. I wasn't thinking clearly. Now....who knows if the show will ever happen.....but.....I gotta win them back. I gotta get them back!" Kermit then stood up from the chair and yelled out "You hear me, world! I'm gonna win them back! We're gonna have a great production of Grease....it won't be perfect....but it'll be great! Wait....why this does speech sound somewhat familiar?" He then shrugged and headed out of the auditorium to find the rest of the cast.
    --------------------------------------------End of Chapter 5--------------------------------------
    Such a dramatic chapter......Wow...I like have no other comment. Next chapter will be up soon. :)
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  11. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 6: Kermit's Apology

    "Okay....that is a pony," Fozzie answered. "No wait wait wait...it's a giraffe....No! A pigeon! No!" "Fozzie," Misty started. "This isn't even Draw Something. We're playing Angry Birds on my IPhone." Fozzie fell silent for a minute but then said "Oh. I knew that." "Okay, whose turn is it?" she then asked. "MY TURN! MY TURN! MY TURN!" Animal yelled and swiped the IPhone from Misty's hands. Unfortunately, he accidentally broke it in half after he couldn't beat the level. "Animal!" Misty yelled. "Sorry...." he apologized and gave Misty back her phone. She then rolled her eyes and replied "It's alright."

    Misty then turned to Walter, whom was sitting alone at a nearby picnic table. After Misty stood up to Kermit for the rest of the cast, they retreated to the nearby park to reconcile. They all wanted to clear their heads of Grease for now and relax. Misty decided to go over to Walter. "You okay, Walter?" she asked. "Yeah, I guess," he replied. "I mean...do you think it was right for us to leave Kermit like that, all alone in the theater?" Misty then took a deep breath and replied "Kermit just needs time to calm down and get his act straightened out." Walter and Misty then just stared at each other for a bit, but then she left him and went back to the other Muppets. Walter continued to sit alone. "Was it right for us to leave Kermit like that? Was it?" he said to himself.

    Suddenly, he heard a rustle behind the bushes. "Psssst. Walter," a voice whispered. Walter then looked into the bushes and saw Kermit hiding in there. "Kermit?" Walter asked. "Is it really you?" "Yes. It's me, Walter," he replied. "Listen, I'm really......" "Walter!" Misty cried to him. "Who are you talking to?" "Ummmm...." Walter said, trying to find the right words. "The magical talking bush." Misty then stormed over to where Walter was, immediately looked in the bushes and saw Kermit there.

    "Oh," she responded. "It's you." Kermit then walked out of the bushes, revealing himself to the other Muppets. They all immediately stared at him. "Was it of distrust or hatred?" Kermit thought. "I hope they don't hate me now...."

    He then took a deep breath and said "I'm sorry. I'm really sorry. I'm sorry I've been working you all too hard. And Misty......you were right. This doesn't need to be the best production of Grease ever. It just needs to be.......amazing. In its own way. You all have been working so hard and having fun out there......that I guess I've been missing out on all the fun, since directing has been getting to my head. I just wish I could have just as much fun as you guys were having." Misty smiled and turned to the other Muppets, in which they all nodded. She then turned back to Kermit and said "We accept your apology. Thanks for being honest." She then high fived Kermit in acceptance.

    "Hey does anyone know what day it is?" Fozzie then asked. "The 28th, why?" Misty answered, wondering why the 28th was so important. "OPENING NIGHT!" Kermit and Walter yelled together. "Opening night! It's tonight!" Kermit said, worried. "Don't fret, my froggy friend," Floyd said with confidence. "We got this. We're all ready to rock the house." "ROCK! ROCK!" Animal yelled with determination. "Alright, if you guys say so," Kermit said, trusting his fellow friends. "Well, what are we waiting for?" Walter said. "Let's go make Grease the word!" "YEAH!" everyone yelled in excitement and hurried back to the theater.
    --------------------------------------------End of Chapter 6--------------------------------------
    Sorry for the really short chapter. I had to rush because my aunt and uncle are coming to visit. Next chapter will be up soon, so don't fret guys. ;)
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  12. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 7: Starting The Summer Night On A High Note

    By the time the gang rushed back to the theater, it was just about time for the house to open. Everyone in the audience went straight to their seats, with high hopes that the show they're going to see will be a good one. Well almost everyone..................."You think we should've brought our raincoats?" Waldorf asked. "Why would we need our raincoats?" Statler asked. "So we don't get any of the grease splashed on us," Waldorf replied. "Dohohohoho" the two old men laughed together.

    Backstage, everyone in the cast was rushing to get their costumes on, their makeup done, and, for the men, get their hair all greased up.....if some of them even had any. "Okay, everyone gather around!" Kermit called to gather everyone up. "I just have one more thing to say before we go on....let's get out there and make Grease the word for these folks!" Everyone then put one of their hands on top of the others in a circle and then yelled out "Grease is the word!" Everyone was now pumped. "Okay, everyone," Walter said. "Places!"

    The house lights dimmed and the orchestra started to play the intro to the opening song. The curtain opened, the fog came out, and there stood the cast, lead by Miss Piggy, in full, Grease-afied glory.

    (Everyone)
    I solve my problems and I see the light
    We got a lovin' thing, we gotta feed it right
    There ain't no danger we can go to far
    We start believing now that we can be what we are

    Grease is the word

    They think our love is just a growing pain
    Why don't they understand, It's just a crying shame
    Their lips are lying only real is real
    We stop the fight right now, we got to be what feel
    Grease is the word

    (Grease is the word, is the word, that you've heard)
    It's got groove, it's got meaning

    Grease is the time, is the place, is the motion
    Grease is the way we are feeling

    (Boys)
    We take the pressure and we throw away
    Conventionalitly belongs to yesterday

    (Girls)
    There is a chance that we can make it so far
    We start believing now that we can be who we are

    (Everyone)
    Grease is the word

    (Grease is the word, is the word, that you've heard)
    It's got groove it's got meaning

    Grease is the time, is the place, is the motion
    Grease is the way we are feeling

    This is the life of illusion
    Wrapped up in trouble, laced with confusion
    What are we doing here?

    Grease is the word, is the word, that you heard
    It's got groove it's got meaning
    Grease is the time, is the place is the motion
    Grease is the way we are feeling

    Grease is the word, is the word, is the word, is the word

    As the cast faded out in singing the last lyric, the audience cheered. Open now to a Rydell High's cafeteria. It is now well into the scene, just before "Summer Nights."

    "Like, I spent most of my summer down at the beach," Janice (as Sandy) said. "I met a boy there." "You hauled your cookies all the way to the beach for some guy?" Miss Piggy (as Rizzo) asked. "Well, like I rully didn't have time to make cookies for him," she answered, somewhat out of character. "But like, it was rully romantic......even without cookies."

    With the guys, Floyd (as Danny) is crowded around by the other guys, begging him to tell them all about his summer with the girl. "C'mon, guys," Floyd said. "You don't wanna hear all the "details." This only made the boys more anxious for him to tell them. "Alright! I'll tell you!" he said, finally giving in.

    (Floyd)
    Summer loving had me a blast

    (Janice)
    Summer loving happened so fast

    (Floyd)
    I met a girl crazy for me

    (Janice)
    Met a boy cute as can be

    (Both)
    Summer days drifting away
    To uh oh the summer nights

    (Boys)
    Uh well-a well-a well-a huh
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Scooter as Doody)
    Did you get very far

    (Girls)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Spamela as Marty)
    Like does he have a car?

    (Girls/Boys)
    Uh huh (Do do)
    Uh huh (Do do)
    Uh huh (Do do do do do)

    (Floyd)
    She swam by me, she got a cramp

    (Janice)
    He ran by me, got my suit damp

    (Floyd)
    I saved her life, she nearly drowned

    (Janice)
    He showed off, splashing around

    (Both)
    Summer sun, something's begun,
    But uh oh those summer night

    (Everyone but Floyd and Janice)
    Uh well-a well-a well-a huh

    (Girls)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Delores as Frenchy)
    Was it love at first sight

    (Boys)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Kermit as Kenickie)
    Did she put up a fight

    (Girls/Boys)
    Dow dooby doo (Uh huh)
    Dooby doo (Uh huh)
    Dooby dooby dooby (Uh huh Uh huh huh huh)
    Dow dooby doo (Uh huh)
    Dooby doo (Uh huh)
    Dooby dooby dooby (Uh huh Uh huh huh huh)

    (Floyd)
    Took her bowling in the arcade

    (Janice)
    We went strolling, drank lemonade

    (Floyd)
    We made out under the dock

    (Janice)
    We stayed out 'till ten o'clock

    (Both)
    Summer fling, don't mean a thing,
    But uh oh the summer nights

    (All but Floyd and Janice)
    Woah woah woah

    (Boys)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Fozzie as Roger)
    But you don't gotta brag

    (Girls)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Miss Piggy as Rizzo)
    'Cause he sounds like a drag

    (Everyone but Floyd and Janice)
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Shoo bop bop
    Yeah!

    (Janice)
    He got friendly, holding my hand

    (Floyd)
    Well she got friendly down in the sand

    (Janice)
    He was sweet, like just turned eighteen

    (Floyd)
    Well she was good you know what I mean

    (Everyone)
    Woo!

    (Both)
    Summer heat, boy and girl meet
    But oh oh those summer nights

    (All but Floyd and Janice)
    Woah woah woah

    (Girls)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Misty as Jan)
    How much dough did he spend

    (Boys)
    Tell me more, tell me more

    (Rizzo as Sonny)
    Could she get me a friend

    (Janice)
    It turned colder - that's where it ends

    (Floyd)
    So I told her we'd still be friends

    (Janice)
    Then we made our true love vow

    (Floyd)
    Wonder what she's doing now

    (Both)
    Summer dreams ripped at the seams,
    But oh
    Those summer nights

    (All but Floyd and Janice)
    Tell me more, tell me more!

    The audience then burst into applause. Such magnificence! Walter looked on from the side proudly. This was going to be a great night. And a great performance. What could go wrong?
    --------------------------------------------------End of Chapter 7-------------------------------
    Wow......this was a doozy of a chapter. The two songs from Grease are "Grease" and "Summer Nights"

    Grease:


    Summer Nights:
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  13. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 8: Improvising Greased Lightning

    It was now well in Act 1, with the boys all surrounded around "the car" for the Greased Lightning scene. "I'll have it all fixed up and it'll work like a champ!" Kermit (as Kenickie) said in determination. The rest of the Burger Palace Boys (minus Floyd) didn't think so.

    "C'mon guys," Floyd (as Danny) said. "Why this car is automatic.......(music).......systematic......(music)........hydromatic..........(music).....why, it's Greased Lightning!" "Greased Lightning!" the other boys yelled out.

    (Kermit)
    We'll get some overhead lifters and four barrel quads
    Oh yeah

    (Floyd)
    Keep talking whoa keep talking

    (Kermit)
    A fuel injection cutoff and chrome plated rods
    Oh yeah

    (Floyd)
    I'll get the money I'll kill to get the money

    (Kermit)
    With a four speed on the floor they'll be waiting at the door
    You know without a doubt I know I'll be making out
    In Greased Lightning

    (Boys)
    Go go go!
    Go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go!

    (Kermit)
    Go Greased Lightning you're burning up the quarter mile

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go, Greased Lightning!

    (Kermit)
    Go Greased Lightning you're coasting through the heat lap trial

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go, Greased Lightning!

    All of a sudden, Fozzie accidentally hit Kermit while doing the hand motion for the dance, thus knocking Kermit out. "Uh oh," Fozzie said. "That's not a good sign." "Well, what do we do now?" Scooter asked. "Just keep singing," Floyd answered. "Cover for him. We'll all sing his part." "What do we do about the body, though?" Rizzo asked. "I don't know," Floyd replied. "Someone drag him off." A male whatnot in the chorus volunteered to drag Kermit off the stage. "It's getting close!" Fozzie said, worried. "I'll start," Floyd said. "You guys follow suit." "Yes sir!" the rest of the Burger Palace Boys replied.

    (Floyd)
    We'll get some purple fringe tail lights and thirty inch fins
    Oh yeah

    (Boys)
    Ooh ooh ooh
    Ooh
    Ooh Ooh Ooh

    (Scooter)
    A Palomino dashboard and duel muffler twins
    Oh yeah

    (Boys)
    Ooh ooh ooh
    Ooh
    Ooh Ooh Ooh

    (Rizzo)
    With new pistons, plugs, and shocks I can get off my rocks

    (Fozzie)
    You know that I ain't bragging, she's a real draggin' wagon
    Greased Lightning

    (Boys)
    Go go go!
    Go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go!

    (Floyd and Fozzie)
    Go Greased Lightning you're burning up the quarter mile

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go, Greased Lightning!

    (Scooter and Rizzo)
    Go Greased Lightning you're coasting through the heat lap trial

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go Greased Lightning!

    (Floyd)
    You are supreme

    (Boys)
    Uh huh!

    (Scooter, Rizzo, and Fozzie)
    The chicks will scream

    (Boys)
    Uh huh!

    (Floyd, Scooter, Rizzo and Fozzie)
    For Greased Lightning!

    (Boys)
    Go go go!
    Go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go!

    Floyd then grabbed his electric guitar (in which he rarely plays in public) and started jamming out to it. Zoot, Dr. Teeth, Lips and Animal joined him in the instrumental. Fozzie, Rizzo, Scooter and the rest of the guys continued their dance break.

    Suddenly, at the clapping part, Gonzo came down on what looked like a prop engine, wearing a leather jacket like the other Burger Palace Boys and a gnome hat. "WOOOOOO!!!" he yelled. "Gonzo!" Fozzie said as he saw Gonzo coming down. "What are you doing here?" "Yeah, and why you wearing a doofy hat with a leather jacket?" Floyd asked. "I'm Sneezy!" Gonzo yelled from above. "Your long lost Burger Palace Boy! I'm here to take Kenickie's place!" "No you're not!" Floyd argued. "Animal! Get him!" Animal then jumped from his drum set and attacked Gonzo, thus bringing down the prop engine with them. The rest of the instrumental was uninterrupted.

    (Floyd, Scooter, Rizzo and Fozzie)
    Go Greased Lightnin' you're burning up the quarter mile

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go, Greased Lightning!

    (Floyd, Scooter, Rizzo and Fozzie)
    Go Greased Lightning you're coasting through the heat lap trial

    (Boys)
    Greased Lightning!
    Go Greased Lightning!

    (Floyd and Fozzie)
    You are supreme

    (Boys)
    Uh huh!

    (Scooter and Rizzo)
    The chicks will scream

    (Boys)
    Uh huh!

    (Floyd)
    For Greased Lightning!

    (Everyone except Floyd)
    Lightning, Lightning
    Lightning, Lightning, Lightning, Lightning
    Lightning!

    The audience burst into a rousing applause. Even without Kermit, the number still worked. It was still amazing. Well....for most people. "So the number worked even without Kermit," Statler said. "Can you imagine what the number would be like if they had the pig in there instead?" Waldorf asked. "No, what would it be like?" Statler asked. "Born to be Hog Wild," Waldorf replied. "Dohohohohoho," the two laughed.
    ------------------------------------------End of Chapter 8---------------------------------------
    Phew. I'm done for today. Four chapters in one day...........ugh. I'm also not very good at writing dialogue for Statler and Waldorf. :sleep::boo: I'm exhausted. This has to be my best chapter so far! I'm very impressed with it. Stay tuned for Chapter 9.

    And here's Greased Lightning (Note: I had to change some of the lyrics to make this song cleaner):
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  14. floyd<3janice

    floyd<3janice Well-Known Member

    I love this so far more please
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  15. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 9: Intermission
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    -------------------End of Chapter 9-----------------------

    Chapter 9 1/2: Backstage During Intermission

    "Kermit! Kermit, wake up!" Walter said as he shook Kermit, still trying to wake him up after he was knocked out earlier. Kermit soon woke up, now recovered from his knock out, and saw Walter, Misty, Fozzie and Miss Piggy surrounding him. "Piggy? Walter? Misty? Fozzie?" Kermit said in wonder. "Wha....what happened?" "I uhhh....accidentally knocked you out during Greased Lightning," Fozzie said, apologetically. "I'm sorry." "It's okay, Fozzie," Kermit replied understandingly. "But the rest of The Burger Palace Boys and I covered for you while you.....were sleeping," Fozzie explained.

    "Bu....what's going on right now?" Kermit asked. "Oh, the show's over," Misty said. "WHAT!?!?!!?" Kermit yelled. "I'm just kidding, Kermit," Misty joked. "But, Act 1 is over and it's intermission right now." "What about the Act 1 finale? We Go Together?" Kermit asked. "Oh, Spamela and I just beat up Floyd," Miss Piggy said. "Moi thought it was a better way to end the first half, by beating up the lead. After all, we're saving We Go Together as the...last song." "It makes more sense," Misty said, agreeing with Miss Piggy. "But...is Floyd okay?" Kermit asked. "Oh he'll be fine," Miss Piggy replied. "We didn't beat him up too rough."

    Meanwhile, in Janice's dressing room, Janice was preparing herself for the second act. She was already in the pink bathrobe she had to wear for "Hopelessly Devoted To You." The downside to playing Sandy, for her, was that she couldn't be in the prom scene with Floyd. The upside.....singing "Hopelessly Devoted To You." Suddenly a knock came on Janice's door. "Like who is it?" she asked. "It's Floyd," Floyd answered from outside the doorway. "Can I come in?" "Fer sure," she replied and opened the door to let Floyd into her room.

    "Hey are you alright from Spamela and Piggy beating you up?" she asked, concerned for her boyfriend's health. "I'm fine," Floyd replied as she led him over to her couch. "They didn't break anything too important. Kermit wake up, yet?" "Yeah, Walter like just woke him up," Janice replied. "He like just texted me that he's okay." "Good. 'Cause I'm done covering for him," Floyd said, in relief. Janice then put an arm around him and laid her head on his shoulder.

    "You look cute," she complimented, noticing that Floyd was already in the outfit he had to wear for the prom scene. Very reminiscent to John Travolta's when he wore it in the movie. "Thanks," Floyd replied. "I stole this from John Travolta's wardrobe closet." "Rully?" Janice asked. "Naaahhh," he replied jokingly. "Hilda personally made it just like ole John's in the movie. I like it, though. Nifty. Shame you're not in the prom scene." "I know," Janice replied, somewhat disappointed. "I rully wanted to....but Kermit said I'd do "Hopelessly Devoted" instead after the prom scene." "Oh yeah," Floyd realized. "I forgot you sing that song. I'll be watching from the wings, just like the rehearsals." "Rully?" Janice asked, excited. "That....and Kermit said I could play bass from backstage during your song," Floyd said. "Oh, like that's so sweet, babe," Janice replied and gave Floyd a kiss on the cheek. "I know how to please my main squeeze," he replied.

    Suddenly, there was a knock on the door. "Like, who is it?" Janice asked. "It's Walter," Walter replied from outside the dressing room. "Floyd, are you in here?" "Yes I am," Floyd replied. "What's up, my fanatic friend?" "Uhhh....we have a slight problem....." Walter started. Floyd and Janice then stepped out of her dressing room and headed downstairs with Walter. "What's the problem?" Floyd asked.

    The three then approached Kermit, whom was by his desk looking worried. Weakily seated behind Kermit was Libby Lou. Though she was in her Cha Cha outfit, she was coughing like mad. "It's Libby," Kermit started. "She's really sick. She's been coughing her brains out since the middle of Act 1." "If she's been coughing her brains out, where's the blood and guts?" Floyd jokingly said and laughed. "Floyd, this is serious," Kermit said. "Your dance partner for the prom scene is sick. She can't go on." "Well, who are we going to find to be my dance partner in five minutes?" Floyd asked. "You said Janice can't do it 'cause she has to save her pretty little voice for Hopelessly Devoted." "And I'm like already in costume," Janice added in. "You're right, Floyd," Kermit sighed.

    Walter couldn't help but think for a moment. What could he do to save the show from total disaster? Then suddenly, he got an idea! "Wait! Guys!" Walter said in excitement. "I'll go on as Cha Cha." The three fell silent, until Floyd laughed. "You've got to be kidding me?" Floyd asked. "Him? Going on as a girl? Especially if it's Cha Cha!" "Walter, are you serious?" Kermit asked in concern. "Yes, I am serious, Kermit," Walter replied. "I wanna be able to help with the show as much as I can. Even if I have to dress up as a girl and dance ridiculously on stage. And embarrass myself in front of thousands of people."

    "Hey boss," Scooter butted in. "One minute 'till intermission's over." "AAAAAAHHHHH!" Kermit yelled in terror. "One minute left and we don't have a Cha Cha!?!?" Kermit then realized something. He turned to Walter and said "Okay, you're in, Walter. You're Cha Cha." Walter smiled and said "Thank you, Kermit." "Janice, you go help Walter with his makeup and costume..." Kermit advised. "And like don't forget the wig," Janice added in as she took Walter by the hand and lead him up to her dressing room. "Floyd, you and I go find our places for the opening of Act 2," Kermit told Floyd. "Gotcha," Floyd said as he headed to his place. "Libby Lou," Kermit said as he turned to the sick Libby Lou. "You....go eat some chicken noodle soup, take some medicine and sleep." Libby Lou coughed, but gave a thumbs up. Kermit then headed off to the stage to get ready for the Act 2 opening.
    ------------------------------------------End of Chpater 9 1/2----------------------------------
    Hahahaha. I love the humor in this chapter. No singing in this chapter, but next chapter will be a fun one! So stay tuned! ;)
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  16. floyd<3janice

    floyd<3janice Well-Known Member

    I love walter going on as Cha Cha hahahaha that's funny
    more please
  17. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Trust me, you haven't seen anything yet with Walter as Cha Cha. :fanatic:
  18. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Chapter 10: Hand Jivin' Walter

    Walter was cleverly disguised well as a girl playing Cha Cha, thanks to Janice. The makeup clearly made it look like he was a girl. He wore a long, curly, brunette wig with a blue flower in it and a dress much similar to the one Cha Cha wore in the movie. Blue and black. And the heels....they hurt, but Walter didn't mind. He was doing it to save the show.

    "You got this, Walter?" Kermit whispered before it was time for him and Cha Cha's entrance. "Yup," Walter said, but soon did another "Yup," to make it sound more girly. The two then went out onto the stage where the rest of the cast were dancing. "Ewww, this place is a dump!" Walter (as Cha Cha) complained. "What were you expecting? American Bandstand?" Kermit (as Kenickie) asked, annoyed.

    "Kermie! Kermie! Kermie! I mean, Kenickie!" Miss Piggy yelled happily as she dragged Floyd over to them. She then stopped and noticed "Cha Cha" (not knowing it's really Walter.). "Who's she?" Miss Piggy asked, with attitude. "Cha Cha DeGregorio," Walter (as Cha Cha) answered. "I'm the best dancer at St. Bernadette's." "Whatever," Miss Piggy said, rolling her eyes. She then turned to Kermit and said "Kerm....I mean, Kenickie. Let's dance!" Miss Piggy then let go of Floyd's hand and grabbed Kermit's. She then dragged him onto the dance floor, leaving Floyd (as Danny) and Walter (as Cha Cha) alone.

    "So, you're "the best dancer at St. Bernadette's," eh?" Floyd (as Danny) asked. "Yup," Walter (as Cha Cha) replied. "You got a problem with it......hot stuff?" "Prove it," Floyd said. "What?" Walter replied. "Prove it," he said again. "Be my dance partner for the Hand Jive Contest." "Uhhh..." Walter said, nervously. He almost forgot. Cha Cha is supposed to be the best dancer in the entire show. And Walter CAN'T DANCE. "Sure. Whatever," Walter replied nervously.

    "Okay, all you dudes and dudettes.........," Gonzo (as Vince Fontaine) started. "Wrong time period," Kermit corrected, out of character. "Whatever," Gonzo (as Vince Fontaine) said. "It's time for the big Hand Jive Contest! Guys, grab your gals, hold on tight.........and away we go!" "Okay guys," Dr. Teeth (as Johnny Casino) said as he turned to his backup band. "A one, two, three, four...."

    The music to the hand jive has begun! Immediately everyone started dancing and doing the hand jive!

    (Dr. Teeth as Johnny Casino)
    Before I was born late one night,
    My Papa said everything's alright
    The doctor laughed,when mama laid down,
    With a stomach bouncing all around
    Cause a beebop stork was about to arrive
    Mama gave birth to the hand-jive

    I could barely walk when I milked a cow
    When I was three, I pushed a plow
    While chopping wood I moved my legs,
    And I started dancing while I gathered eggs
    Townfolk clapped, I was only five
    He'll out dance em' all
    "He's a born hand-jive!"

    Oh yeah, yeah, yeah - everybody!

    (Everyone)
    Born to hand-jive, baby
    Born to hand-jive baby

    Couples everywhere were dancing mad. Flips. Spins. Turns. Kicks. Every crazy dance in the book! With Miss Piggy dancing with Kermit, Floyd with Walter/Cha Cha, Misty with Fozzie, Scooter with Delores and other couples.....dancing crazy! Rizzo was on the table eating cheese and drinking soda with some mice friends. "I don't dance," Rizzo said. "Sorry." Spamela was with Gonzo, helping him tap out the dancers. Animal, whom was currently in the band accompanying Dr. Teeth, even got his own drum solo. "GO CRAZY! GO CRAZY! GO CRAZY!" he yelled out, excitingly.

    Rizzo and his mice friends then pulled a prank on Annie Sue by doing the "dress lift" on her........out of boredom from not dancing, of course. An embarrassed Annie Sue then stormed off the stage, with Seymour following her. "YEAH!!!!" Rizzo and the mice yelled and then rolled around the floor in celebration.

    (Everyone)
    How low can you go?
    How low can you go?
    How low can you go?
    How low can you go?

    After that little random thing, the only two remaining couples in the contest were Kermit and Miss Piggy and Floyd and Walter/Cha Cha. "DANCE OFF!" all of them (except Walter) yelled out to each other in determination and excitement. They were really getting into it now. Kermit and Miss Piggy were up first, doing the dance routine Sandy and Danny did in the movie.....only better (Well....in Miss Piggy's opinion). Unfortunately, Gonzo dragged Miss Piggy out of the dance floor with Kermit rushing behind them to get Miss Piggy.

    "Okay! Our turn!" Floyd yelled out and led Walter/Cha Cha onto the middle of the dance floor. "FLOYD! I CAN'T DANCE!" Walter yelled out, out of character. "JUST FOLLOW MY LEAD AND YOU'LL BE FINE!" Floyd called back to him. Walter/ Cha Cha did exactly what Floyd did. When Floyd lifted him, he let gravity do its work, hoping to be put down gently. When Floyd led him into a cartwheel, Walter did a cartwheel. Walter soon realized that he can dance the whole time!
    He was just too scared to admit it.

    (Dr. Teeth as Johnny Casino)
    Higher, higher, higher and higher

    "HEY!" Walter yelled out. "I CAN DANCE! I CAN DANCE! LOOK AT ME! I CAN DANCE!!!!

    (Everyone)
    Now can you hand-jive, baby?
    Oh can you hand-jive, baby?

    Mildred (as Miss Lynch) gave the trophies to Walter and Floyd. The two then high fived.

    (Dr. Teeth as Johnny Casino)
    Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, yeah

    (Everyone)
    Born to hand-jive, oh yeah!

    Then, all of a sudden, Walter accidentally ripped off his wig. He was so caught up in the celebration that his true identity was revealed. Everyone (except Floyd and Kermit, who knew the entire time) gasped at the fact Walter was really the one who was playing Cha Cha the entire time. "WALTER!!?!?!!?" Misty yelled out, in surprise. Walter then looked at his hand and saw the wig he ripped off. "AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!" he yelled out and rushed offstage. "I knew this was gonna be a bad idea," Floyd said, shaking his head.
    --------------------------------------------End of Chapter 10--------------------------------
    Gosh, this was such a fun chapter. Walter as Cha Cha.....that was so in my mind. Anyways, here's the dance scene (The dialogue is in Dutch, I apologize. :o This was the only clip I could find. And the song officially starts at 1:47) :
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  19. muppetfan24/7

    muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    Awww! Poor Walter! More please! Grease is the word.
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  20. MissMusical12

    MissMusical12 Well-Known Member

    Walter will most likely be alright. He just got so caught up in the scene, that's all. But hey, he saved the show. I think he'd rather lose his Cha Cha wig onstage than for the rest of the show to be cancelled.


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