Okay, did anybody else catch the use of "Rainbow Connection" audio and video from The Muppet Movie as part of Wednesday night's episode of the ABC comedy The Neighbors? The episode saw the Weaver family (who've unwittingly moved into a suburb full of aliens as per the premise of the show) collectively coming down with a bad cold, shortly after we learn that school-age son Max copes with a cold by repeatedly watching Kermit sing "Rainbow Connection." So the video clip shows up twice in the episode (the second time, youngest child Abby turns to Max and gripes, "You're ruining Kermit for me!") and a good chunk of the song is played as background music for the climax, which sees the aliens overcoming their earlier fears about catching the cold and coming into the Weaver house to nurse them back to health. It was all a pleasant surprise for me and Mrs. Otter on a mid-season episode of a show that has become one of our favourites after getting off to a shaky start - and I'm wondering if Disney/ABC didn't insert it as a bit of a promo for The Muppet Movie coming out on Blu-Ray. If you missed it, you can probably download the whole episode of The Neighbors on ABC's Web site. Worth a watch, with or without our favourite frog.