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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by muppetfan89, Aug 14, 2008.
How do you figure? It seems Kermit is the one reluctant to notice any relationship.
Piggy and her relationship to the others kind of mirrors Frank and the others to me in a way.
I'd rather see Piggy as a character of her own in this case than just a stand in for him . Of course, I like to separate the muppets and those who play them as two different 'people'
Me too. It's just as if Piggy brought Frank along for the ride. ^_^
Their lives can still mirror each others that they can still be two separate "people".
Good point. I mean, so many characters are created due to the personality of their creator or performer. I mean, without Vince's genius and Mark's brillant acting, The Undertaker wouldn't exist. The same with The Muppets, for without Jim inventing all these creations & the Muppeteers bringing these characters to life, The Muppets as we know them wouldn't exist.
I know, but I'd rather not think of that all the time, I like to let each speak for themselves
That too. There's valid points on either side.
I remember her getting fired at the dept store ... what gig did she have again? At any rate, given the ending, it's quite obvious that she chose a gig that would make her rich, famous ... and deceptively married.
Yep. XD And that gig has worked very well. ^_^
Their lives can be similar and each can still speak for themselves.
*sigh* I know that, but I just don't like thinking of them both on the same page of my mind, I've always been like that. Like actors and the parts they play in movies, two whole different things to me and I just don't mesh the two. Call it a weird habit of mine
Well, I have the same habit, so it's not that weird.
I mean, for example, we all know Jaleel White voiced Sonic & acted as Steve Urkel, but we also know that the real Jaleel is a smart, intelligent being, not a blue hedgehog or a supernerd.
Well a supernerd would be smart and intelligent yet annoying, clumsy and uncoordinated...
But the real Jaleel is neither clumsy or uncoordinated, nor is he annoying.
I always thought he looked handsome without the glasses *hides*
Well, Jaleel does go beyond his "Urkel" image. XD
Well I do not know him personally or anything, but you can pretty much tell that he isn't for the most part.
Yeah, I think casting agents are just starting to notice.
Even though DiC recognized this early when they hired him to provide Sonic's voice.
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