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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by beaker, Dec 16, 2009.
Well, he could have just said that since he was still upset with Piggy. Probably his anger talking.
Well yes but that still doesn't merit Kermit having a twin.
I know Kermit has about 3000 siblings, but there's never been any mention of a twin. Your explanation makes sense, Daffyfan2003.
: Thank you, thank you...Fozzie, this is not going to work!
: Just read off the page frog!
: Lagies and genklefins..."Lagies and genklefins"?!
: Let's see
: That's what it says, "Lagies and Genklefins..."
: Alright, so my typing is bad.
: Lagies and Genklefins...welcone again tie the Muppel Shocks. My name is Kermit the Forg..."the Forg"?!
: Come on, pick up the pace, here we go...
: and our spegial guest stap is the amazing Hapry Belaf-that's Harry Belafonte, folks!
: Kermit, your timing must be off...you should be getting big laughs with that stuff!
: Aaaaghhh...(chases Fozzie offstage)
I saw this part on YouTube again and it was hilarious. Oh by the way, my typing can be bad too sometimes. No offense for the bear, but that bad grammar can happen to me too.
If somebody said, "Is that Kermit the forg?" I would respond, "It's Kermit the "frog", f-r-o-g, okay kid?"
Kermit needed you to talk to the guy at the T-Shirt shop!
Regarding the Ben Folds Five video with the Fraggles, when I was reading the comments someone said "I like the little green guy on the drums" in reference to Wembley. Grrr!!!!! His name is Wembley Fraggle people out there! Not "little green guy"!
In that someone's defense, FR was not as widely seen as other Muppet productions: it's first run was on HBO, back when cable was still relatively new, and not a lot of people had it; also, FR hasn't gotten a whole lot of love in reruns, so to this day, it wouldn't surprise me if a lot of people still haven't seen it, unless they're Muppet Freaks like us.
Someone asking if they cut a hole in the horse Piggy rides on in the John Denver Rocky Mountain Holiday. >< I can only hope they were just kidding. :/
On an "It's Not Easy Bein' Green" video, someone had the nerve to comment, "Glee brought me here". Needless to say, it got a lot of downvotes.
I've seen those comments. Oi!
In KSY (Kermit's Swamp Years), Kermit observes that "Sometimes if I listen real close, I swear I can hear a voice calling my name."
Croaker: "Yeah, voices, huh?"
:"Yeah, sort of like this...
[speaking with hands over his mouth:] 'Kermit! [followed by a indistinctly muffled 'Kermit!' ] "
Goggles: "Who's Herman?"
: "The voice says 'Kermit!' "
Even if Kermit was never born, Robin would still come into the world due to one of the other frog brothers or sisters...
In KSY, Kermit's mother asks him to set the table for his brothers and sisters, who would most likely still be in existence long enough to bring about Robin, even though this idea seems rather hypothetical...
Gah! I hate those comments! Not necessarily Glee (I haven't come across those yet luckily), but like "Family Guy brought me here!" You obviously don't get out much if you have to find out something exists through Family Guy.
Yes. Videos for "Shipoopi" and "Road to Morocco" sadly mostly consist of "Family Guy brought me here!!!! lolz!!!!"
Even The Great Space Coaster videos are FULL of those FG comments... unfortunately, that is somewhat justifiable, considering GSC is rather obscure, and not too many do know about it unless they watched it during its first-run in syndication, or they're really emersed into puppetry.
Don't throw my Muppets in the same category as Family Guy!!
"Jason Spiegel helped being the Muppets back."
Those users with bad grammaer can't spell correctly.
1. Jason's last name is "S-e-g-a-l"
2. The sentence should be: Jason Segal helped bring the Muppets back."
Did they take an Emglsh class? Good grief!
One wonders if they even know who Jason Segal is. Okay, I can understand that. Up until "The Muppets" I had no idea who he was.
Separate names with a comma.