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From Miss Piggy
and Josh Groban to Fozzie and Jay Leno,
discuss all aspects of "The
Muppets on Dancing with the Stars
night don't miss The Muppets return to "Dancing with the Stars" on
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Their Own Words: Jim Henson
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Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by beaker, Nov 26, 2011.
I laughed at Staler and Waldorf's bit.
I was laughing pretty hard at Beautiful Day eating his phone at the telethon.
Both of Scooter's arms coming out of the one sleeve in the Muppet Man. One of the funniest Muppet visual gags of all-time.
Every time I've seen the movie I remind myself that I need to bring this up, but then I always forget! I find that so amusing as well.
The Muppet Man's right arm made me grin widely. Poor Scooter, crammed into the sleeve like that! I hope the jacket was clean.
"What the wocka?"
Bobo, and Uncle Deadly singing Together Again
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Sweetums chasing after the car. (sincerely TMM nostalgia <3)
The choir in the bus (thought that was canned angelic music xD)
Wayne and Wanda kissing
Jack Black! <333
Kermit assuring Scooter to see the audience naked (or in their underwear) lol!
Tex's song. (<3333)
Animal's "mean lady" remark when they're turned away by Emily Blunt made me laugh every time
"You are all naked...well partially" That was aweseome.
The montage scene where they were getting everyone back with the hook.
why does everyone forget about Hobo Joe
"Life's a piece of cake." "With someone to give..." "...and someone to HEAVY CAKE!"
Didn't catch that line at first, but it cracks me up every time now. In addition to all the other obvious funny parts that everyone else already pointed out.
The line's actually "Someone to give and someone to take".
On the soundtrack, yes. But in the movie, it's definitely heavy cake.
I just listened to the clip and it's not "heavy cake". He's stuttering, then yelling "TAKE" as he collapses under its weight.
Really? Huh. The clip from the movie itself? Because I just saw it again tonight and it sure sounded like heavy cake to me. I know the line is take on the soundtrack. Not that it really matters. It's funny either way.
at smells like teen spirit jack black said it
Wow. Just about summed up everything, didn't you? lol. I second that!!
I really kinda teared up near the end during the Muppet's telethon. Seeing the old Muppet show sets, hearing the theme song, and then the shot of Kermit behind the door in the big 'O'--I don't know,about all the people like Jim Henson they've lost and the times they won't get back, when they were just starting out and everything was so easy: something I can't quite put my finger on there that did for me. Still, I can't listen to the original 'Rainbow Connection' dry eyed. Just can't. That's a painfully beautiful song.
My crack up moment was either Gonzo blowing his million-dollar franchise sky-high (seriously though? That is why I love him. ) Or Scooter's seeing the audience in their undies instead of naked. I never really got if that was supposed to be a gag that they couldn't show the audience nude (which obviously they could not ) or Scooter being too naive to imagine a stark crowd. ......Probably shouldn't dig into that one too much though....
tex richman"s rap ! so unexspected and moopet fozzie what the wocka priceless and when scooter comes on stage and says you are all naked and the chef when they kiddnap jack black used his rolling pin as a wepon
Two words. Muppet Man. Enough said.
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