Netflix has announced the shows and films that will be leaving the streaming site at the start of March. 1967 Oscar winner "The Graduate" will expire at the top of the month. "RoboCop" and Muppets fans will want to check out a few installments from both franchises. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon and Taylor Swift are like human muppets, always smiling and providing G-rated entertainment, and below they join forces for the latest entry into the Late Night Talk Show Host Viral Video Library that will one day be housed inside the Smithsonian. The duo revisit their former days of dancing for various NYC Fan Dance Cams—check it out: [ more › ]
Jimmy Kimmel welcomed a very special guest on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday (Feb. 12), introducing this new writer with, "I knew of him as a kid, he was actually someone who was kind of a role model for me, and he showed some interest...Show More Summary
There’s not much else that needs to be said, really. When The Empire Strikes Back came out in 1980, The Muppet Show was nearing the end of its five-year run. Frank Oz, the puppeteer behind Muppets like Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear, was...Show More Summary
The men's shows, which wrapped in Paris over the weekend, featured everything from muppet fur coats and berets to man-skirts. The street-style scene outside was, naturally, just as over-the-top: A$AP Rocky made an appearance, there were a few hunks in bucket hats, and Michelle Elie wore her usual crazy Comme des Garçons... More »
And here's why she's totally within her rights to refuse to talk about it and The Today Show were being jerks.
Go home, Tim Burton and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. You simply cannot compete with the Muppet Jabberwock. The Muppets are perfection. Read more...
Post by Jacqueline Burt For a show about monsters and a giant talking bird, Sesame Street has always kept it real. (Consider Oscar the Grouch, who lives in a garbage can and is, well, as unpleasant as you'd expect a dumpster-dweller to be.) Sesame Street was multicultural before "multicultural" was even a word. Show More Summary
"We're not birds, we're a jug band!" It's that time of year again. You can't seem to walk a block without seeing Christmas lights or hearing holiday favorites (all ten of them) from every passing storefront. If you're looking for...
The Muppets are so lovable and innocent… until they kill us all and use our lifeless bodies as playthings. Here's what it might be like if the roles were reversed in the intro to "The Muppet Show," with them putting their furry little...Show More Summary
What if a troupe of famous puppets rose up in rebellion and turned the tables on their human masters? You might see The Human Show. The Muppets, after years of oppression, invite you to a night filled with song dance...
This is completely wrong. All of it. So, so, wrong. Read more...
How would you like it, humanity, if someone took your lifeless bodies and paraded them around, making them dance and sing for people's entertainment? As this amazing, disturbing Muppet Show parody by Sethward reveals, you probably wouldn't much care for it. Read more...
“The Human Show” is a dark and bizarre parody of The Muppet Show by Sethward in which human corpses are the puppets being controlled by Kermit, Gonzo, and the rest of the cast of The Muppet Show. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Thanksgiving on The Muppet Show with Arlo Guthrie, episode 408 (1979).
Muppet Pigs -- The Happy Wanderer, from episode 401 of The Muppet Show.
Sesame Street celebrated its 45th anniversaryon Monday — you know, that gritty show about despair, grief and sorrow that also happens to have Muppets. No? Not familiar? It seems Christoph Waltz has a much different interpretation ofShow More Summary
James Earl Jones was the first celebrity guest to appear on Sesame Street, appearing in segments in which he recited the alphabet and the numbers one through ten for the show’s pilot in 1969. According to The Muppet Wiki, Jones studied acting under Sesame Street actor Will Lee who played Mr. Hooper, and Jones’ alphabet and number clips were later […]
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This time around, for Sesame Street Week, we’re picking our favorite songs from the much-loved show. For all of its colorful Muppets, goofy pop culture spoofs, and flashy guest stars, Sesame Street is, first and foremost, an educational children’s program. Show More Summary