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We've long been fans of New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer, whose Ordinary People Change the World series of children's books has introduced real-life heroes to a new generation of readers. The collection - which alreadyShow More Summary
A teenage girl is surprised to discover that she can actually pop a kernel of popcorn using a flat iron. Related Laughing Squid PostsHow to Cook Scrambled Eggs With a Curling IronThe Muppets Swedish Chef Makes PöpcørnThe Popinator, A Voice-Activated Popcorn Shooter That Launches Popcorn Into Your Mouth
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The snow tumbles down on Muppets in top hats as a mustachioed Cookie Monster offers a Santa'd Jim Gaffigan a chocolate chip cookie. This is the scene on set as Sesame Street shoots its first holiday special in 10 years. "Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas" is a Dickensian tale told through a furry lens of children's television. Show More Summary
It's that time a year where families gather around the TV to watch their favorite holiday specials. What about the ones that aren't on TV anymore, though?
art And then Rey is going to get trained for a few days by an old dude who trained three days with a dying green muppet. A comic by comic artist Dami Lee. Be sure to follow her at her various social media profiles (linked below.) [Source:...Show More Summary
The Jim Henson Co. are the masters of puppetry, and it’s where the best in the business bring pieces of plastic and fabric to life and bring joy to children and adults alike. Between The Muppets and Sesame Street, generations have been touched by the work of these master puppet makers, and now they’re opening their […]
There’s no doubt that The Jim Henson Company is host to the masters of puppetry. That’s where the best in the business bring pieces of plastic and fabric to life and bring joy to children and adults alike. Between The Muppets and Sesame...Show More Summary
Donald Trump operates his Twitter feed as a virtual Statler and Waldorf, reigning judgment on the media and individual journalists like a muppet in the rafters. Trumpian tweets often appear soon after a negative story has run about him or his business, especially in the case of cable news, hinting at the president-elect’s viewing habits (lots of CNN). Occasionally, Trump...
The Muppet Christmas Carol is the best adaptation of Charles Dickens' story of greed, ghosts, and redemption at Christmastime. The second best is Mickey's Christmas Carol. I will brook no argument concerning these points. Actually, I won't brook any argument...
No doubt, Home Alone has become an iconic Christmas classic flick, right next to Miracle on 34th Street, The Muppet Christmas Carol, and the contested Nightmare Before Christmas. And how can it not be? All those ingenious traps envisioned by Kevin McAllister (payed by none other than Macaulay Culkin) in a bid to protect the […]
Considering Michael Caine's long and prestigious career, it seems unlikely that he would take a job alongside Kermit the Frog's Bob Cratchit. But now we finally know why Caine took the part, and it's enough to melt your heart.
Growing up, I loved the Muppets, I thought they were awesome. I hated Piggy though because she was kind of a dick and always messing with Kermit. For some reason though, I have no recollection at…
From the Muppet Christmas Carol, to the one-and-only Christmas episode of the Twilight Zone, to some top-notch feature-length Christmas-season classics, this list of traditional holiday movies will give you and yours plenty to do between presents and feasting.
Trichinosis will seem like a walk in the park after what Captain Link Hogthrob has to endure in this Muppets Alien sendup starring First Mate Piggy. (more…)
Today in "I'm surprised that hadn't happened already" news: CBS is planning a reboot of The Honeymooners. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Muppets co-creator Bob Kushell is developing an updated version of the classic Jackie Gleason sitcom. The new series will again focus on two couples who... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Honeymooners Jackie Gleason
CBS has put in development a reboot of the classic sitcom The Honeymooners. The multi-camera comedy will be written and executive produced by Muppets alum Bob Kushell. The original series, starring Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden, Audrey Meadows as Alice, Art Carney as Ed and Joyce Randolph as Trixie, aired from 1955-56 on CBS. Show More Summary
Find your holiday fun in Dickensian England, Tsarist Russia or WWII Morocco.
'Muppets' alum Bob Kushell is attached to pen the script for the reboot of the Jackie Gleason starrer. read more