I can see what Jackson said as being mostly true. The character they attribute to Kermit looks more like a dinosaur lizard to me, but I can see the comparisons. Crude writing aside, the undertaking of creating an epic cast of puppet characters on a shoestring budget does show Jackson's commitment to the project. It wasn't an afterthought. Like much of his work, the architecture and planning is apparent. However it's not his best work by far and it is extremely offensive. I do appreciate it offends all equally. This is not a film for most Muppet fans. It interests me in different aspects, but altogether it really isn't a good film. I would like to see a Muppet Show that follows the characters outside of the theater, not just backstage. That’s what made their NBC Christmas special interesting. Just not with the antics of Jackson’s Feebles.