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What happen on the last muppet babies episode?

Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by BabyScooter, Jul 6, 2006.

  1. Teheheman

    Teheheman Well-Known Member

    Ah, ok, that sounds like it makes more sense, she was always the explorer.

  2. Ilikemuppets

    Ilikemuppets Well-Known Member

    Well I hope they would be quality.
  3. Vic Romano

    Vic Romano Well-Known Member

    Hmm... that makes me wonder. Do cartoons ever get a proper final episode?
  4. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Hmm...none that I know of. Wacky Races doesn't, even though that is definatly finished and done with. Things like Loony Toons are more on going and wouldn't have a finishing episodes...

    But shows like the Muppet Babies, etc, really should have a send off I think...
  5. aaronmojo

    aaronmojo Well-Known Member

    Most cartoons are done season by season and seldom have a chance to prepare a "final episode." Read this for more info:


    It's about Dungeons and Dragons but it talks a bit about how cartoon series are produced.
  6. MustangRockstar

    MustangRockstar Well-Known Member

    Evanier is a great source for finding about those old Saturday morning cartoons.

    Still makes me wonder how long Garfield would have went for had CBS not cut the budget and Jim Davis' decided to walk away.

    The show just never jumped the shark.
  7. aaronmojo

    aaronmojo Well-Known Member

    I think Garfield got better towards the end of its run (unlike a lot of shows), based on the reruns I used to catch before work (yeah, I'm a grown man... Watching Garfield... AND?!).

    Certainly it was better than those terrible, terrible movies.
  8. MustangRockstar

    MustangRockstar Well-Known Member

    Nothing to embarassed about, I'm on the cusp of 24 and watch cartoons all the time. I really like animation.

    I'll tell you flat out I own the series on DVD and a lot of what I own is animated. Some cartoons I watch quite frequently with my wife.

    If people have a problem with that, screw em. It's what I like.
  9. BEAR

    BEAR Well-Known Member

    I think that is because there wasn't really a chance to discuss or bring in a puppet version of Skeeter. Skeeter was created specifically for the Muppet Babies cartoon which was created from Muppets Take Manhattan, the last major Muppet movie/project before Richard Hunt's death (right?) and then the Scooter character was basically retired for a long time. So then it would be weird to bring in a Skeeter when Scooter wasn't even being used. Just a theory.
  10. Frogster

    Frogster Well-Known Member

    I woulda loved to see them watching themselves in the future.
  11. erniebert1234ss

    erniebert1234ss Well-Known Member

    I think that MCC was before Richard Hunt's untimely death, though :confused:


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