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Your Favorite Muppet

Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by HPDJ, Apr 30, 2005.

  1. HPDJ

    HPDJ Well-Known Member

    I think we should all post who our favourite muppet is. Mine is Kermit, followed by Fozzie, Waldorf and Statler. What about you?
  2. That Announcer

    That Announcer Well-Known Member

    Easily Sam the Eagle, followed by Beaker, Scooter and Janice.

    FISH'N'WOLFE Well-Known Member

    The Swedish Chef then Statler and Waldorf and Phil Van Neuter.
  4. Harvey Towers

    Harvey Towers Well-Known Member

    My top 3 are Sam, Rowlf and Clifford but I also love Johnny Fiamma and Sal. Most missed are Pops and Fozzie's mum.
  5. That Announcer

    That Announcer Well-Known Member

    You know of Fozzie's mum. But what about Fozzie's cousin? Muppet relatives are generally a good idea- Bert's cousin Bart, Fozzie's mother and cousin, Grover's mom, the Cookie family, Kermit's little nephew Robin... I could go on forever!

  6. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member


    in that order
  7. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Sam, Piggy, Beauregard, Janice...
  8. dpurves

    dpurves Well-Known Member

    Kermit, Fozzie and Rowlf were my favorites, although those great old hecklers Waldorf and Statler are definitely up there too. I don't think I appreciated them as much as I should have watching TMS as a little kid...
  9. Docnzhoss

    Docnzhoss Well-Known Member

    There's a similar thread to this one already in existence. However, since the clock can not be turned back, the deed is done, and I can't say enough how much I like my favorite Muppets, so here goes:

    Dr. Teeth
    Sam Eagle
  10. unclematt

    unclematt Well-Known Member

    I think I am going to go with...

    1. Fozzie
    2. Kermit
    3. Wembley
    4. Floyd
    5. Janice
  11. zootlove

    zootlove Active Member

    here are my favorites (in order of favorite)
    And that's the way I like it :cool:
  12. BEAR

    BEAR Well-Known Member

    Mine have got to be...
    Of course, Kermit. He has be on the list.


    More recently, I have come to really love Pops, Scooter and SAM THE EAGLE!! I think I like Sam more because he has more exposure in recent projects. It all started with Muppet Christmas Carol, Sam was beginning to step out more.
    Also, a lot of people have expressed how they miss Pops. I really do too. Ever since i saw GMC, I just loved his little old man spunk. I hope I am a little like him when I am old. But, anyway... some of you may not realize this, but we can still see Pops in some of the newer films. Sure, he isn't in the forground really, but he is still around and even with a voice, so we can hear him talk. He was in Very Muppet Christmas movie in the shot of the box office where he was selling tickets. I think he was also in Muppet Christmas Carol. I seem to recall him in the opening sequence when the town sings the Scrooge song. He has a small line as the crown desperses. Anyone remember what the line was?
    Also, speaking of Pops, what exactly was his job? He was the stage doorman, but did he ever do anything else?
  13. MrsPepper

    MrsPepper Well-Known Member

    I am not counting Fraggles or Sesame characters here, so these are my MUPPET characters, in no order:
    Floyd (**cough** the screenname)
    Clueless Morgan
    Oh, and the unisex penguins! :zany:
  14. TogetherAgain

    TogetherAgain Well-Known Member

    Kermit, Rowlf, Robin.... Swedish Chef.... ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    ok, everybody but Pepe. And that's just cause there's too much of him.
  15. ryhoyarbie

    ryhoyarbie Well-Known Member

    Rowlf and Zoot are tied for first place.

  16. kitncaboodle

    kitncaboodle Member

    Statler and Waldorf
    Beaker (poor guy, I just feel so sorry for him!)
    Swedish Chef

    How anybody can possibly like someone as stuck-up, bigoted, and totally devoid of anything remotely resembling a sense of humor as Sam the Eagle is beyond my understanding.

    ::holds up peace banner::
  17. That Announcer

    That Announcer Well-Known Member

    Well, I can. Speaking of which, I'll here and now make a Top 10 list:

    1) Sam the Eagle
    2) Beaker
    3) Janice
    4) Link Hogthrob
    5) Floyd Pepper
    6) Sweetums
    7) Chef
    8) Angus McGonagall
    9) Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
    10) Johnny Fiama
  18. rexcrk

    rexcrk Well-Known Member

    While I love all the Muppets (*ahem* except maybe Piggy) these are my favorites in no particular order:
    1. Gonzo
    2. Sam the Eagle
    3. All of the Electric Mayhem
    4. Kermit
    5. Rowlf
    6. Scooter
    7. Rizzo
    8. Statler and Waldorf
    9. Bunsen and Beaker
    10. Pepe
    11. Bobo
    12. Johnny and Sal
  19. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member

    There is a place for info like this in each member's profile. In addition to favorite Muppet, there is also a place for favorite Muppet and favorite series.
  20. chicamuppet

    chicamuppet Well-Known Member

    Hi from Spain!

    Here comes my top 3:

    1: Rowlf, he is undoubtly the best of the muppets, he has a personality full of irony and cynism, it´s a pity he does not appears more in the show, I hope he will. :sympathy:
    2: Miss Piggy!!!: she is so ridiculous that she makes me laugh not with her but of her!
    3: Statler and Waldorf: for the same reasons that Rowlf, I think they are a different kind of humour, but always according with they style of the show

    Nice forum guys!!

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