You know, I wasn't going to take much stock in this episode because I never liked the Piggy feud with celebrity stuff. Not even in the original show, especially in the original show (though, to be fair they did do it pretty good with Annie Sue). And while they did give her a nice reason to be ticked off at Reese, most of it went predictably like it has since said original show. But then it surprised me. Piggy felt shame. Self shame, but still shame. She didn't all the sudden love a celebrity because they loved her back. She felt actual shame and humiliation for doing the stuff she did. We saw her actually regret what she usually does. I...I don't think I've ever seen that. This is much deeper and better written than the other rivalries on the show. Heck, it's a surprising bout of humility from a character that characteristically never felt any. We got movie quality Piggy in a TV show. I am impressed. That's the mature, not adult, Muppets I want to see more of. Plus, I kinda dislike Reese Witherspoon, but she did some great Adam Westing here. Glad to see the guests having fun with this show. And I also loved what they did with the Fozzie story. It's not so much that he humiliated his girlfriend (through ribbing, not insult comedy...someone's going to oversimplify that) in his comedy routine as a last ditch attempt at trying to get laughs (which the character has been known for). It's what they added to that B plot at the end that made it work. Having his girlfriend realize that all Fozzie wants is a laugh, and seeing him bomb on stage was worse than having him joke about her sweating. And then kinda dialing back on that with the credits stinger. But always saying that he does indeed love her. The C story was actually decent as far as these C stories go. Nice to see Scooter used a lot in the series. And there was some good stuff there with Rizzo. I still think these are holding back the A and B stories a little, but this one felt self contained enough to be a decent aside. But other than that, I've seen mark improvement over this episode. A musical number? Less emphasis on "adult" jokes that are admittedly kinda awkward at times? Better pacing than the last 2 episodes? I think this show is starting to get there. it's not perfect and has a ways to go, but for an episode I didn't think much of before, I was pleasantly surprised by how this one turned out. Just... hopefully there won't be too many more Piggy vs. Female celebrity episodes in the future. Unless they can at least do something with them like they did here.