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Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Beauregard, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member


    Now I've got Broadband I can listen all day, but every now and then there are visual bits I'd like to know more about. So...

    First off, what's happening in the song "Sentimental Journey?" And what episode is it from, and why were Gonzo and Kermit seperated from the others?
  2. Frogster

    Frogster Well-Known Member

    You know, I've wondered that too... it starts off with Scooter and Camilla wondering where Kermit and Gonzo are. That song's always been a mystery to me.
  3. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Hmm. Seems to me they are on one of the push-car train things. Where you work it with two handles like a see-saw. But how they got there, I don't know.
  4. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

    I don't know what it's called, but Gonzo and Kermit are riding down a train track on a railcar with two handles, which, when pressed, move the car forward. I think it's called a lorry. It's from the Loretta Lynn episode, but I don't know why they're separated from the group.

    They used a green screen technique with the background moving behind them (they get faster by the end of the song).
  5. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Uh huh. So, now all I need to know is how they got there. Anyone?
  6. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

  7. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Thanks so much MuppetDude!

    Wow, this is a Must See episode!

    Only occasionally did they leave the safe confines of the Muppet Theatre, but when they did it must have been fun.
  8. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Ok, ok, 'nother song.

    Limbo of the Organised Mind. Does anyone know what it was from, how it went, and what the words are?

    I would like to perform it myself sometime to illustrate that the inside of a person is more important than their apperence.

    So, any help would be nice.

    Or, an MP3?
  9. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    "Your feet's to big"

    So, what's happening in this song? Why are they laughing? What's so funny? What does the Big-Footed monster look like.
  10. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

    I found a clip that Scarecroe had featuring this segment, but I can't post it since it'll cost him bandwidth. So I'll describe it.

    It's about a character called Nobody (who you might be familiar with) and as he talks different images flash behind him. At the beginning and end of the sketch his face is shown against a human's head.
  11. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Hmm. Thanks MuppetDude.

    How strange. I think it may be a clip that works best on a record, so you can imagine the guy walking around his head.


    But, does anyone know the lyrics/transcript of this?
  12. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    "Another sombody done somebody wrong song"

    I only heard the end of this song from the Muppet Show, but Piggy was crying by then and missing Kermit. Why? Does anyone know?
  13. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

    "Your Feet's Too Big"--featured two furry pink monsters (with big feet) that worked sort of like Baby Tooth and the Funky Funk from SS, with three puppeteers performing each. One of them had a purple beard, moustache, and pointed red nose. The other had a head similar to Telly's. The male one has also appeared on JHH ("Monster Telethon").

    "Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song"--the set features Piggy and Rowlf only at first, but when it hits the chorus, Fozzie, George, Mildred, Janice, Scooter, Gonzo, and Hilda appear behind the piano and Rowlf to sing along. At the end, some of the characters get a bit teary-eyed (including Rowlf). I don't think that her missing Kermit had anything to do with the show. (Maybe it was reserved for a later episode?)
  14. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Hmm. Interesting. Thanks.

    I did have another questian yesterday, but I couldn't find this thread for some reason. Oh well. I'm sure I'll remember it.


    Interprited for long-necked tie-wearing assistents/victims:

    Mmm. Meeping maaps.

    Me med mee m moumer meep mesmeemay! Mee, mou, my, meegometten (sp?). Me mee. Me meep meemeermin.
  15. Vic Romano

    Vic Romano Well-Known Member

    I heard a song called "Friendship" sung by Kermit, Robin and 'the Whales'. They seem to have a weird (and slightly annoying) under-water vibrato to their voices at parts. It say s it was from the Muppet Show, so here are my questions:
    1. What episode (guest star?) was this and what season?
    2. It's obvious Kermit and Robin have befriended some whales who are being hunted by poachers (of whom Kermit and Robin confront at the end of the song). SO: is this any relation, inspiration or similarity to the beautifully illustrated Muppet story book "A Whales Tale" where Kermit and Robin are seperated from the rest of the gang on a boat trip for an ocean picnic??
  16. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

    1) I think it's from the Chris Langham episode, season five.

    2) There's definitely some similarities.
  17. Vic Romano

    Vic Romano Well-Known Member

    Thanks, it sure sounds like it has a LOT of similarities.
  18. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Isn't Chris Langham one of the Muppet writers? How'd he end up on a show? Was he famous? Did audiences know him?


    Interprited for the weak at heart and head and feet and everywhere else because of daily damages:

    Meep mee meeter? Meeper mou mo mee mee? Meeping meep mou meep's make. Meep?
  19. Vic Romano

    Vic Romano Well-Known Member

    Woah, good call, Beau... IMDB credits him as a writer on The Muppet Show.
    Check it out...
  20. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    In that case, what was he introduced as on the show?


    Interprited into mime:

    ___________, ___________________________?

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