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Discussion in 'Games' started by Philip Kippel, Jul 17, 2002.
What if American Mayhem, Muppets 75 and Waiting for Kermit were produced for TV?
What if Boppity's, Gloat's, and Scoff's names were used after "The Great Santa Claus Switch"?
What if Miss Kitty's name was used after the first episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if Lenny the Lizard's name was used before and after the thirty-second episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if The Fazoobs' name were used before and after the thirty-second episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if Shaky Sanchez's name was used before and after the the one-hundred-and-third episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if Quongo the Gorilla's name was used before and after the one-hundred-and-fifth episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if Butch the Tiger's name was used before and after the eighty-eighth episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if Billy the Bear's name was used before and after the eighty-fourth episode of "The Muppet Show"?
What if the green birds who sang "Take a Chance on Me" had names?
What if the Snake Frackle and the Green Bird Frackle had names?
What if the Green and Purple Heaps had names?
What if the following Season 5 Frackles had names: a pink one, a green-lavender one, a purple one, a green one, a blue-green one, and a purple-gray one?
I have some more:
What if Lew Zealand performed with Marvin Suggs' muppaphones, and Marvin Suggs performed with Lew Zealand's singing fish?
What if Barkley, Rowlf, and Sprocket were cats?
What if Little Bird was Big Bird and Big Bird was Little Bird?
What if Ernie and Lew Zealand found out they were kin, and finally met each other?
What if Kermit, Fozzie, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Scooter, Rowlf, Animal, Sam the Eagle, Beauregard, Pepe, Rizzo, Big Bird, Little Bird, Barkley, etc. were all human muppets?
What if the “Muppet Show” muppets had one-on-one talks with children?
What if Oscar the Grouch and Grungetta broke up?
P.S. In my earlier post to this thread, I asked what if Grover wanted to be a superhero; I meant to say what if Gonzo wanted to be a superhero.
Scooter's already a human.
What if Muppet Holding Company sold off the rights to the "Bear in the Big Blue House" characters and owned the rights to the characters from "Sesame Street", "Fraggle Rock", "Jim Henson's Animal Show", and other shows owned by The Jim Henson Company?
They could have met. They both appeared in The Muppet Movie, The Muppets Take Manhattan, The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years, and The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, all at the same locations (though in some cases possibly in different shots).
Or what if they were built but for different productions?
What if The Muppet Show was animated, and Muppet Babies were live action puppets?
Then there would be far less Muppet puppets out there in the Muppet world.
How about... what if there was a Muppet version of "The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe" TV series?
What if the Animated Fraggle Rock lasted for more than one season?
What if there was a Muppet version of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory?
What if there was a Muppet version of Homestar Runner?
What if there were a Lorax, the Sneetches, an On Beyond Zebra, and Thing 1 and Thing 2 on "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss"?
What if Jim Henson didn't die until after Dinosaurs ended production?
What if Richard Hunt performed on Dinosaurs for the first season, and whatever second season episodes were produced before his death?
What if Frank Oz and Jerry Nelson performed on Dinosaurs?
What if Dinosaurs characters appeared in The Muppet Christmas Carol?
What if PBS Sprout was to show "Sesame Street" episodes from season 17 to season 20?
What if the muppets never became popular?
What if most of the Muppets were female instead of male, instead of vice versa?
What if Kermit was a pig and piggy was a frog!
About Scooter, yeah I forgot he is a human muppet, but I have always thought of him as a gopher muppet not a human muppet.
About Ernie and Lew Zealand, do not forget they also appeared in "A Muppet Family Christmas" together. In fact, there was a particular scene when the Turkey showed Big Bird to the Swedish Chef as a potential bird feast. As this happens, we see Ernie and Bert with Big Bird and other muppets talking to each other, and we see Lew Zealand talking to Big Bird and (I think) Prairie Dawn, but we also see Ernie and Bert looking at Lew Zealand, Prairie Dawn, and Big Bird talking to each other, so there you go. So, in total, they appeared in 5 movies together. And, another reason why this could work is that Ernie was currently performed by Jim Henson, and Lew Zealand was performed by Jerry Nelson. They look nearly identical, they are similar in personality, and they both have a toy that they like to show off and play with (and maybe some other similarities), they just need to meet each other.
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