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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by Gorgon Heap, May 6, 2003.
(to quote Spinal Tap)
What's wrong with bein' sexy?
I'll agree with that.
I just wacthed this episode eariler today too, and I disagree with it being "too sexy" for the Muppet Show. I mean it's not like she pulled a "Janet Jackson" so to speak. If this happened on Sesame Street, than I would agree that it's too sexy, but the Muppet Show was meant for grown folk, just as much, maybe even more, for kids.
I can't remember the episode well enough (I was pretty young), but what's wrong with it anyways?
Just my opinion.
You mean your opinion was wrong?
I still don't understand. What was wrong with-the-episode?
Just what some people think.
Her outfit maybe a bit too "skippy" for some.
Are you telling me that a skimpy outfit on a woman consitutes an episode that should be banned and makes the said woman wearing it on of the worst guest stars ever?
I'm not directing this at anyone in particualr, but if this is the case than it's my feeling that some people gotta remove a certain jarred & spiced small cucumber from a certain location.
Who would think Guy Smiley would make a better host than Kermit (who would have been a CO-host)?
No one Dil, stop asking.
You gotta! because hosts would be in tuxes, rather than being naked.
Guy Smiley would be a maniac of a host, as Kermit (who still would have worn a tux through out the Muppet Show Years) would have been the Co-host, being more calm than in the later TMS seasons.
Kermit was only naked when his collar was removed. Otherwise, he was more "overdressed" when wearing a tux or costume. And I don't remember Kermit being less calm as TMS progressed over the years. In fact, I would have said that he did become more calmer as the show progressed.
As for Guy Smiley - from memory he used to wear a suit but not a tux. And he was more of a gameshow host than a comedy variety show host as well.
Guy Smiley would have been both a gameshow host AND a comedy variety show host as well, I say.
Kermit was somewhat acted more energetic in his introductions in the 4th and 5th Season than in the 1st (of course), 2nd and 3rd season.
Guy Smiley would have been everybody's favorite comedy variety show host, as Kermit would have been everybody's favorite comedy variety show CO-host.
Kermit is cuter.
Guy Smiley is funnier.
Yeah, right! I don't ever remember Guy Smiley ever coming up with one-liners, pulling expressions (like Kermit regularly did) or even breaking the fourth wall to his audience in *any* of his appearances on Sesame Street.
I think Dil is pulling our collective flippers - I mean legs!
Oh yeah? Well The Muppet Show IS a comedy variety show, and Guy Smiley would make a hilarious host, a more mad host, being even more funnier than Kermit, who would be the CO-host. Although Kermit would STILL be one of the most important characters, Guy Smiley would be the host, though Kermit would still introduce HIS numbers. Kermit still would be the main star of the muppet-movies. Guy sure would make a more powerful "YAYYY!!" than Kermit.
He's too Sesme Street.
He also doesn't have the same personality that Kermit has either.
Also I don't think Guy could have handled the other Muppets like Kermit did.
Kermit WOULD handle the other muppets, while Guy Smiley is the host. It would be a different version, but Kermit would still star the same way, except in the introductions.
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