I just got this question back in my mind again. I wanted to ask this for a long time here. In the movie "Life and Death of Peter Sellers" if anyone seen this or read or heard of his biographies, it seems like Peter Sellers by the 60s and 70s wasn't happy doing comedy anymore but he forced himself or his agent to do it anyway. There was a point in the movie where he took boxes of copies of his TV appearances and memorabilia in the backyard and lit it on fire. Though I'm just curious if there was any sort of behind the scenes stories of Peter Sellers on the set of The Muppet Show. It seemed like Peter was quite a jerk on the set of his movies according to the drama-documentry so I wonder did Peter like most guests on The Muppet Show have a really good time or did Peter dread it?