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The Muppet Show with Tom Jones

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by Princeton, Aug 7, 2004.

  1. Princeton

    Princeton Guest

    Hi, just thought I'd try something a little different. The plot of this "episode" will focus around the Christmas Toy characters. With that being said, show, show, show, here we go!

    The Muppet Show with Tom Jones

    Opening Theme

    Opening Number: Tom sings "What's New, Pussycat?" with Catgut and Gaffer.

    Backstage/Song: The playroom residents have arrived and Apple gets Dr. Van Neuter to ask Rugby why he's always so arrogant. In response, Rugby sings "I'm So Vain"(instead of "You're So Vain").

    Muppet Sports/Song: Taxi Racing, Cruiser sings "Little Deuce Coup".

    UK Skit: Fleet Scribbler sings "Just The Facts, Ma'am".

    Backstage/Song: This time, Dr. Van Neuter tries to help Mew with his nerves. In response, Mew sings "Nervously".

    Closing Number: Tom and the Gills Brothers sing "It's Not Unusual".

    Closing Theme
  2. JaniceFerSure

    JaniceFerSure Active Member

    This put another smile on my face.Thanks again Princeton.:)
  3. Gorgon Heap

    Gorgon Heap Active Member

    Gaaah! You beat me to another one AGAIN! :boo:

    Oh well, no law against duplicates. I don't have the free time I used to.

    I just have one nitpick- I'd like to see these be longer. You only have 5 acts in this outline; the fewest number of acts on any actual TMS episode was 6, including the UK Spot. Usually the number of acts was more around 8 or 9.

    David "Gorgon Heap" Ebersole


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