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The Muppets 50th Anniversary

Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by BlueFrackle, Mar 28, 2003.

  1. That Announcer

    That Announcer Well-Known Member

    I'm sure he's done that for Kermit a few times. "OK, Chief. Now just remember that I can't be held responsible if this thing blows up."
    "Scooter, what do you mean, blows up? Of course it would be your fault!"
    "Gee, my uncle who owns the theater didn't think it would be my fault."
    "Do what you want with it, I could care less!
  2. Saironi

    Saironi Well-Known Member

    I think I saw it. It had a monalouge to the muppet monsters, didn't it? I only remember certain things;

    The Crocodile eating a frog
    A monster (maybe Gorgon Heap, maybe Big V) eating a Wayne-like muppet talking on the phone
    The Piano coming to life and eating Kermit

    Did I miss anything?
  3. Barry Lee

    Barry Lee Well-Known Member

    Yes, that was also posted on my website a long time ago it was Muppet Monster Database but it's not there anymore. Maybe that's where you saw it. :)
  4. dpurves

    dpurves Well-Known Member

    They had a blurb in this week's TV Guide talking about how while Disney had been planning a huge tour to celebrate the Muppets' 50th anniversary they've now changed their mind and cancelled all but three of the stops on the tour, stating that they didn't think anyone would even notice. Apparently they've also fired a number of Muppet staff members because they just don't know what to do with the Muppets. That's very sad, to say the least.
  5. KermieBaby47

    KermieBaby47 Well-Known Member

    I love that part, you'd think they'd know enough to PUBLICIZE upcoming appearances so people will BE ABLE to notice.

  6. By hearing this news about Kermit's 50-stop world tour being cut short and what-not, maybe they should've kept Chris Curtin onboard.

    I'm also sensing that another letter-writing movement is in the works to get Disney to reverse their decisions and resume Kermit's world tour, get back on track with the plans they announced for the Muppets, etc.

    And considering that the public IS noticing their decisions to cut short Kermit's world tour and all that, since they largely advertised these events.

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