I don't have time for much, but thought I'd ask what you would think about more of Telly as the intrepid reporter in Kermit's place, since Kermit now seems to be a product of Disney. As a big sports fan, I found myself comparing their styles - at least from what I remember of Kermit. And, I found Telly to be quite fun, though he has a different delivery - in fact, from my POV, they'd team up very nicely, Kermit as the play-by-play man and Telly as the color commentator. Kermit had a very calm style, IIRC, he might get a little excited but little ever seemed to rattle him. A good comparison might be, if you've ever heard him, Vin Scully, the Dodgers and NBC Game of the Week announcer. (And, he did have his famous calls - like on Kirk Gibson's home run off the bench in '88's Series "I can't believe what I just saw." But, even then he was very composed.) Whereaas Telly is more emotional, his reporting in the episode where Curly Bear tries porridge reminded me of a cross between the reporter in that famous broadcast of the Hindenberg crash ("Oh, the humanity!") and the excited Keith Jackson on college football games. He was certainly informative, but he showed more passion than some. (And if you talk about famous calls, I can see him doing Russ Hodges' "THe Giants win the pennant!" call after Bobby Thomson's 1951 pennant-winning home run.) So, would you want to see more Monster on the Spot as a sort of up-to-date "Muppet news flash" - or, has Telly been in that position often before, and this was the first time I saw it? I liked Telly being used as a broadcaster.