Over the years, there have been many Jim Henson documentaries, and Kevin Clash just recently got his own documentary. Which performers do you think would be best to get the documentary treatment next? We'll just assume that rights regarding characters and clips won't be a problem. I think that Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Dave Goelz, Caroll Spinney, Steve Whitmire, Bill Barretta, Brian Henson, Fran Brill, and Martin Robinson all deserve their own documentaries. But I think the best choices would be Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, and Caroll Spinney. A Frank Oz documentary would probably be the best choice for mass market. He is one of the few Muppet performers whose name is recognizable to casual fans, and it'd not only appeal to Muppet fans, but also Star Wars fans (assuming Yoda clips are included) and maybe also movie fans, since he directed so many. I know that at the "Sesame Street at 40" even he said that he's been thinking about not writing his autobiography, but hopefully he wouldn't veto a documentary. I could live with the focus being half about his performing career and half about his director career. A Jerry Nelson documentary would be great because he's done so many characters, and in The Muppet Mindset interview he seemed to hint at wanting to do an autobiography. I'd be satysfied if such a documentary was just him talking about each character, one at a time, followed by clip montages of the characters and such (okay, so there's not much else I'd expect aside from him talking about how he got started and maybe his recent health issues and Turo Daydreams album). A Richard Hunt documentary would be really interesting. Again, I'd expect and hope for most of the focus to be on his career as a Muppet performer (when it comes to docuementaries and autobiographies I generally expect and hope for the majority of content to be about the subjects careers over their personal life). Most of Hunt's characters are pretty much supporting, and he was a major performer for such a short period of time... The main points of interest is that such a documentary could very well potentially FINALLY give us video and audio footage of Aristotle (one of the rarest Sesame Street characters ever, yet he seems to be brought up quite a bit). It'd also be interesting to show clips of Richard Hunt's Elmo (though I hear the Kevin Clash documentary has some footage). And a Caroll Spinney documentary would be intersting, due to the majority of his career being on Sesame Street and him not having too many characters. Sesame Workshop would be the only company needed to get clips from (though I'd hope that clips from some Big Bird and Oscar guest appearances would be shown, as well as clips from Follow That Bird). It would be intersting to see clips from Spinney's performances on Bozo's Big Top, and also Rascal Rabbit (if the show still exists). It'd be great if it showcased clips from his rare performances as Anything Muppets, and I'd like it to have some clips of his rare character Shivers the Penguin and one of his Elmo performances. But I'd be really shocked if there was no section on Bruno (Spinney rarely talks about the character in interviews, even in fan interviews, but Bruno is often the only other Spinney character mentioned in articles and such that talk about Spinney, he's the only other Spinney character mentioned in his autobiography, and of course there is behind-the-scenes footage of Spinney performing Bruno).