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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by miss kermie, Sep 13, 2012.
Okay....this is a really random question, but I'd ask Animal "Who do you think is the hottest woman in the world?"
Well back in the '70s he might have said "Farrah! Farrah!" Lol
Actually don't you see Robin's parents in MTM during the wedding scene?
Wha? Please tell me that you are joking?
Would I joke? Wocka Wocka!
I thought they were Bill, Gill and Jill?
Nope he's sitting between two frogs during the scene. Obviously it's not said if they are his parents but it sure looked like it.
Looking at it again, there is an unnamed female frog beside him, and then there is a male frog on the other side. Muppet Wiki says this male frog's name is Norman, yet there is no page for this character...
Well even if there is no proof it definitely leaves the door open as a possiblity. I knew he wasn't sitting beside Jill, Bill, and Gill.
Robin has parents?
Actually were not really sure. Lol
Why uncle kermit?
Why not dad?
I mean, he's there long enough...
I get what you're saying, but I just can't see Robin calling Kermit "dad". Yes, he is like Robin's father, but he will still be called "Uncle Kermit" no matter what.
Its only because we've known robin as his nephew our whole lives.
But think about it...if you were raised by your uncle, would you call him dad?
Because then people would really be mixed up if he's Kermit & Piggy's son and there's already enough of that on YouTube as is with MCC! I'll just assume Robin prefers spending more time with his Uncle Kermit.
I guess Kermit is more "Father figure" than actual father.
Hmmm... Maybe you're right. After all, we've never seen Robin's parents, so how do we know what they look like? That still doesn't explain why he spends so much time with Kermit. I'm not saying that's a bad thing. It's great that they're so close, but why do we only see Robin's parents (if that's who they are) in that one scene?
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