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Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by Kimp the Shrimp, Sep 10, 2006.
he had a gun
I Saw That Episode and I Know The Description Pretty Well:
Peter Was Talking About how People Was always Getting Away with Injustice like People Meeting in Louisiana Swamps. Then They Show Kermit Playing His Banjo (He Had no Collar and his eyes were different, but the voice was good) when some guy on a rowboat came up to him.
Man:Excuse me, can tell me directions to get town?
Kermit: Yes, Back to where you Came.
Then he gets out a gun Threatening to shoot the Guy.
Was that Frank Welker doing Kermit's voice? He did Kermit on the "Deep Throats" episode
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here's the Clip
I Thought it was Seth Green Doing Kermit's Voice.
hehehehe.....here's another one....I sorta like this one better
Whats with all the Kermit appearances on family guy?
I saw another Kermit Reference. It was at this board Meeting With Ray Ramono, (Te Other Names I Forget) Is was Funny. LOL
I just saw that one on Youtube(the Family Guy one) I think it's because they can. I mean, why did they reference other TV shows? Who knows? But it's funny the way they do it. I must have missed that one that was on Sunday. I saw the episode, but I missed the reference. Oh well, that's the next DVD purchase.
I like the "deep throat" one, though Kermit was a little scary waving his arms around lol
'The Family Guy' is not laughing 'with' the Muppets.
There are soooo many Muppet references on that show, that I really do think Seth McFarlane is a fan. I make Muppet jokes to my friends that may seem like a dig, but it's all from the school of "innitation is the highest form of flattery."
"And it sure is a hot one out there today, Diane. With the temperature reaching over 110 degrees, it's sure difficult to keep cool. Now let's go to Ollie Williams, how are you dealing with the heatwave?"
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