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Discussion in 'Games' started by Philip Kippel, Jul 17, 2002.
what if animal had a sophisticated british accent and was very articulate
What if a child star guest-starred on "Muppets Tonight"?
What if a Sesame Street character or two (such as Big Bird, Ernie & Bert, and Elmo) guest-starred on "Muppets Tonight"?
What if Kathryn Mullen, Jerry Nelson and David Rudman performed in "The Ghost of Faffner Hall"?
What if Kathryn Mullen, Richard Hunt, Jerry Nelson and David Rudman performed in "Jim Henson's Mother Goose Stories"?
What if Gonzo's life could be completely described by the "Weird Al" Yancovich song "Alberquerque"?
What if Phoenicia the Hippo, Bernice the Warthog, Billybob the Lemur, and Trudy the Chimp had big parts in the number for "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" in the Billy Crystal episode of "Muppets Tonight"?
What if Tommy the Gazelle, Lenny the Gorilla, Jackie the Orangutan, Harry the Rhino, and Kasey the Kangaroo appeared in the number for "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" in the Billy Crystal episode of "Muppets Tonight"?
Not so much a "what if," but last night I pictured Oscar the Grouch breaking things off with Grundgetta, and being seen together with Marjory the Trash Heap...
What if there was a computer-animated Muppet TV series?
What if the Muppets were all upside down.
hmmm, that was a weird one.
What if The Muppet Movie was basically a 90-minute episode of The Mupet Show?
What if the muppet show was just humans interviewing muppets.?
What if there were Muppet versions of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie, and Jughead?
Ohhh, I love Archie Comics! But somehow if they were muppets I don't think they would be as popular. Because they started as comics.
How about... What if they could add a live peacock, golden pheasant, wild turkey, and griffon vulture to the closing number in The Muppet Show's Leslie Uggams episode?
What if "The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson" featured clips from Follow That Bird?
What if "The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson" featured clips from Dreamchild and The Witches?
What if "The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson" featured clips from Muppet Babies, The Christmas Toy, The Tale of Bunny Picnic, Puppetman, Little Muppet Monsters, Jim Henson's Mother Goose Stories, and The Ghost of Faffner Hall?
What if "The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson" featured clips from various international Sesame Street coproductions?
Wait... The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson didn't have any clips from Muppet Babies? That's odd. And I thought I read that the special had a section on the international variations of Sesame Street (and Fraggle Rock). I guess I'm wrong.
It actually showed a clip of "Big Bird in China".
What if they used live chickens for Roger Miller's final number on The Muppet Show's Roger Miller episode?
What if (if you've seen the Sesame Street Pitch Film from 1968-69), the show that was to become Sesame Street actually became "Hey Stupid" as suggested by Scoop?
And remember that scene from "Dumb and Dumber" where Harry was told to "toss some salt behind his right shoulder"? this is what would happen...
(Kermit, Scoop, Rowlf, Grump, and other Muppets are at a diner, having lunch, when all of a sudden, a bunch of angry offended parents enter)
PARENT #1: (angrily) Okay, who's the deadman responsible for the title of this show?
All the other Muppets point to Scoop, and try to get out of the fiasco by looking outside the window. Scoop is now surrounded.
SCOOP: (nervously) Oh, listen, uh---Believe me, I' thought, you know, since these kids can't read or write---I---I never meant to offend anyone of---
One of the parents notices Scoop was eating a hamburger
PARENT #2: You gonna eat that?
SCOOP: No---yes---no---Well, I'd cross my mind...Yeah...
(And you know what happens next)
But that's not an international variation of Sesame Street. It aired in america, and was produced for both american and chinese audiences.
What if several more Muppets (such as Grover, Cookie Monster, Herry Monster, Guy Smiley, Sherlock Hemlock, Harvey Kneeslapper, Rowlf, Thog, Gonzo, and various Frackles, chickens, and rats) guest-starred on "The Flip Wilson Show" besides Big Bird, Oscar, Ernie, Bert, Kermit, and two Whatnots (or maybe they were Anything Muppets)?
Separate names with a comma.