But that's not Gonzo. Not to me. Any deeply rooted depression would stem from not being understood as an artist or even being alone. Any other time, Gonzo would try to strap a rocket to himself to deliver the letter, and if the thing blew up, he'd actually be happy that happened and give a hearty "let's go again!" Instead we got like 1 Gonzo-y joke and then he turned into Eeyore. Gonzo may have lost his optimism in that episode of TMS where he was misunderstood when his stunts didn't go over well, but he bounced back next episode. I mean, I like LTS, but it feels like a collection of missed opportunities to shove more commercials into the NBC broadcast. But Gonzo really suffered in that special. I don't get how that's the writers who get him, and TM (mentioning his original job from the first movie) and MMW (performing a dangerous stunt Kermit wouldn't allow him to do that turned into a disaster he shrugged off) didn't because he wasn't mugging the camera and narrating the events. Heck, I stand by my hate of MWO, but it seems it took them that long to actually get Gonzo. Really? Like they don't? I fail to see how the characters are off, or more off than they were the last several projects. Fozzie was much more of an idiot in MFS, Kermit had no personality in the same movie. They got Gonzo, Rizzo, and the new characters right, sure... but most of the classic ones were reduced to caricature in that film, if they even showed up.