Not to ruffle to many feathers, but I believe that since Jim Henson left this life, the Muppets have not been as edgy as they once were. There is very little that is aww worthy, and the songs have lost some heart. The first three Muppet films all had songs nominated for Grammys and Oscars. Do you remember how you felt when the gang rode bikes? when Piggy did water ballet? Those great songs like 'Movin Right Along', 'The Rainbow Connection', and 'The Happiness Hotel'? Songs that made you want to get up and dance? When is the last time the Muppets had to face adversaries as cold as Doc Hopper or Lady Holiday's brother? To better the Muppets, to bring about these old feelings in a new generation, we need writers who remember the Muppets, who on't think they're merely cute, but see them as the little worlds of potential that Jim Henson saw them for.