On The Muppet Show, Miss Piggy was the most major female character, and all of the other female Muppets were supporting characters at best. Do you think that this might have been a deliberate choice? Do you think that, once Miss Piggy became very popular, that the writers and/ or producers didn't want any other females to become more popular than Miss Piggy? During the first season, Hilda was probably equally major/ popular. The main difference is that she was almost exclusively used backstage, while Miss Piggy was regularly used both on-stage and backstage, and there were definately more first season episodes that revolved around Piggy than Hilda. The other female characters -- Janice, Wanda, and Mildred -- were mainly just used on-stage, with minimal significant backstage appearances. Who knows whether Hilda would have remained a main character if Eren Ozker had stayed on the show? Also, throughout the shows run, it seems like Miss Piggy didn't interract with the other women very much. She would normally interract with female guest stars, but she didn't have many conversations with the other female characters. She and Janice reglarly interracted in Veterinarians Hospital but rarely spoke to each other outside of those sketches (the closest thing to them interracting in a movie was when Miss Piggy addressed Janice by name in The Muppets Take Manhattan). It would have been great if they ahd performed some duets togetehr, or if they interracted backstage on a semi-regular basis. While Miss Piggy was often jealous of the female guest stars, the only female Muppets she was jealous of were Annie Sue Pig and Miss Mousey. When Annie Sue Pig was introduced there were a few episodes that revolved around Miss Piggy's jealousy of her, but this soon became a background thing, though there were still tiems when Piggy was jealous of her (in the John Denver and Roger Moore episodes). I don't think Piggy even had any conflict with her in the Wonder Pig sketch (though any niceness she had could have just been acting). Miss Piggy was only jealous of Miss Mousey in the Bernedette Peters episode (and I know there was some sort of mention in The Muppet Movie screen test), but she never talked to Miss Mousey in that epsiode, and in the Julie Andrews episdoe, she doesn't seem to notice or care that Kermit is dancing with Miss Mousey in the same sketch (Miss Piggy was dancing with a male pig, but would that stop her from beign jealous of any girl Kermit might be romantically involved with?). Aside from these, the onyl other female Muppet that Piggy had a conflict with was Mildred in the Candice Bergen episode, but I don't think their arguing had anything to do with jealousy. Miss Piggy didn't seem to have any conflicts with Janice, Camillia, Wanda, or Hilda, but she also didn't interract with them much. Of course, all of them, except for Hilda, already had love interests/ relationships with other characters, and it would be too weird if Kermit and Hilda were romantically invovled, or if Piggy thought they were. And I haven't seen enoguh of Gladys to know if Piggy had any kind of conflict with her. Then again, maybe it would have been too hard for the writers to have had Miss Piggy interract with other regular female characters on a regular basis. it would probably be hard write for her getting along with other women, and it may or may not be hard for her to regularly be jealous of other women on a regular basis. Or maybe the writers didn't want too many characters to dislike Piggy. Annie Sue didn't seem to have anything against Miss Piggy, and it's unclear what Miss Mousey thought of her. Or maybe the writers or producers thought that one major female characetr was enough, and all other females should only take on supporting roles in various productions. Annie Sue wasn't used in many productions after The Muppet Show, though she probably could have. Since Louise Gold performed in The Muppets Go to the Movies and The Great Muppet Caper, she should have had big parts in those. I think she also should have been in The Muppet Christmas carol, since Louise Gold performed in that production. I think that if Link Hogthrob portrayed Fred Scrooge, then Annie Sue would have probably played his wife (and although they weren't romantically involved, I think she could have played Fred's wife if Scooter played the role of Fred).