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Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by Phillip, Nov 19, 2011.
There's a brick wall set up for the next segment... just sayin
Expect the unexpected from SNL - it's been hit or miss over the years, but they nailed it tonight.
nice i hope theres video soon
I thought the same thing when I saw that brick wall.
i must say aside from the Muppets, Jason Segal is doing a great job and im loving his skits they are a great laugh
patience my young Muppet friend...asking for videos wont make them come any faster....good things come to those who wait
Aside from the Muppets, nothing's really making me laugh. I'm mostly meh or huh? or phooey about all the sketches. Florence and the Machine's on now, maybe one more Muppetism before the show's over?
song about my hometown gotta love it
Just saw Rowlf and Gonzo hanging out at a bar in the closing sketch.
wow........ the performers too........how unusual!!!!
they usually show up at the end they have in the past...but still awesome love seeing rowlf...i wish they didnt cut so quick so we couldve got a better shot of scooter
Steve Whitmire, Bill Baretta, and Eric Jacobson all appeared during Jason's closing. I couldn't spot any other Muppeteers, but they were probably in the back of the crowd.
Wait, Rowlf and Gonzo were in the closing sketch? I didn't see 'em! Well I did record the monologue and Really?!? sketch, they'll be up tomorrow morning!
thank goodness for the DVR!
They sure were. Even though all they did was dance a little bit, it was really fun to see them a second time.
I loved it! The Muppets were great! The affectionate Thanksgiving skecth, though, was disgusting!
I saw Steve, Eric, Dave Goelz, Dave Rudman, Bill, and Peter Linz. I'm guessing Camilla was attached to Matt Vogel. There should be seven performers total, and matches the number of characters on screen.
It was a little too over the top.
This was definitely a fun night, and hopefully someone got the final sketch recorded... NBC and Hulu usually don't put in every sketch the next day.
Yup! Muppet Domination has become a gold mine!
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