One thing I wonder about is whether the two companies care about cases where minor/obscure characters were reused, which The Jim Henson Company did constantly, especially in the 1990s. Henson probably didn't keep track of what characters from what productions were being recycled (since they probably didn't anticipate selling the Muppets while remaining a seperate company). But then after the sale in 2004 there have been instances where characters that would be owned by Henson or Disney used characters from the other companies productions. I know there's some puppets used in both Henson's uppet Up and Disney's From the Balcony, which both debuted in 2005. In fact, The Muppets featured Blustering Bellowpane Monster (I don't feel like checking for correct spelling right now) from Fraggle Rock in the big crowd scene at the end. Even if the two companies and their lawyers don't care about ownership of the really obscure characters, I wonder if that would have changed recently, considering all the obscure characters who appear in the Boom comics (some comics have featured characters I'm sure Henson owns... And yet Disney wouldn't allow any Jim Henson Hour characters to appear in Muppet Snow White?) as well as all the obscure characters who were rebuilt for The Muppets in 2011. I just learned from Toughpigs' facebook page that somebody is selling a legal book/form/whatever with all the details of the Disney sale. I hope that whoever ends up buying it is one of us (by "us" I mean anybody who regularly posts on the Muppet Central forum, the Toughpigs forum, edits Muppet Wiki and/or writes articles for The Muppet Mindset). As much as I'd like to know the details, I don't think I can justify spending 200 dollars on it. Another thing I wonder: I would assume Disney got the rights to the Play-Along Video releases (assuming Lorimar didn't keep the rights... Considering clips from them appear in the Muppet Sing-Along opening I assume that means the rights at least reverted to Henson) with the Muppet characters. I wonder if Disney got the rights to Neat Stuff to Know and to Do, which doesn't have any major Muppet Show characters (aside from an image of Gonzo), but does star P.J. and Kai-Lee, who are featured prominiently in all the videos that do feature Muppet. Disney probably got the rights to Tale of the Bunny Picnic because of Bean Bunny, but P.J. and Kai-Lee are definately not as well-known as Bean. Rereading the thing that was posted on Tough Pigs, it's interesting how they just noted that Disney got the three broadcast episodes of Little Muppet Monsters; I would hope and expect Disney to have gotten all the episodes, aired and unaired.