Mad Men and 90's dating show star Jon Hamm continued his reign of almost disgusting handsomeness during his most recent visit to Sesame Street. This time, he taught one of the show's resident Muppets about emotions. Read more...
Of Muppets And Men is a wonderful 52-minute documentary about the people who made The Muppet Show happen. Shot in 1980 during the show’s fifth season, the documentary took a look at the people who made the muppets, voiced the muppets, performed with the muppets and of course, the incredible vision of the late great [...]
Rita Moreno and Animal -- Fever, from episode 105 of The Muppet Show.
Journalists, politicians, actors, public servants and Muppets have recited Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address in a project launched by filmmaker Ken Burns to commemorate that speech’s 150th anniversary. Learn the Speech encourages “everyone in America to video record themselves reading or reciting … Read more
Are you a part of the MTV generation? It could be argued that your worldview was shaped more by the Muppets than music videos. After all, Generation X learned so much from Sesame Street and laughed so much at The Muppet Show that they consider Jim Henson and Frank Oz to be members of the family. Show More Summary
(Video Link) If you were expecting a somewhat clumsy but friendly cook preparing you food while saying variations of the word "bork," then you're in for a surprise. The Swedish chef at Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time gets really excited/angry about making food. Show More Summary
When news of Mickey Rooney's death spread late Sunday and into Monday, there was one phrase that made it into almost every tribute to the legendary actor: "Let's put on a show!"Rooney and acting partner Judy Garland organized and put...Show More Summary
Zoot and Rowlf the Dog -- Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, from episode 202 of The Muppet Show.
Over the course of How I Met Your Mother's run, Neil Patrick Harris hosted nearly 1,000 awards shows, Josh Radnor wrote and directed two indie movies, and Jason Segel made a Muppet movie. The cast hasn't exactly been sealed off in a HIMYM bubble. But now that the show has... More »
Alternately, they may make you vomit. But I'll say one thing about Fiona Flame's St. Louis-based show - her girls sure do like getting felt up. Wocka wocka, or Ma-nah ma-nuh-uh? All photos cour...
Lou Rawls -- Groovy People on episode 215 of The Muppet Show.
Oh good, you're still here. Glad I caught you. See, I thought it was super-important to let you know the name of the Morgan roadster that had a role on a 1980 episode of The Muppet Show. Are you ready? Have a notebook? Here's the name: ZZXKL. Read more...
Los Angeles writer, comedian, and “man of a kajllion voices” Brock Baker of BrocksDubs created a great video that shows him singing “Rainbow Connection” as most of The Muppets characters. “Rainbow Connection” was written by Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher in 1979 and performed by Kermit the Frog in The Muppet Movie.
Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie is behind the music of 'Muppets Most Wanted.' He gives us his best Swedish chef impression and shares his dream for a Miss Piggy and Celine Dion Vegas show.
This is a review of the film Muppets Most Wanted. To play with the Muppets on iOS, check out the free download My Muppets Show. The Muppets are a talented troupe of performers with a long history, and like any long-running band, they periodically require a jolt of enthusiasm to renew interest in the franchise. [...]
Since 1969, Sesame Street has been educating children in fun ways that are ever changing. Not only does this iconic show teach all the normal preschool lessons, such as counting and identifying colors and numbers, it also tackles more unique topics that are just as important as the basics. Show More Summary
Some people grew up on the Beatles. Others, the Rolling Stones. Then there were the kids who learned about music through Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, the Muppets' house band. For fans of The Muppet Show, the Mayhem were a gateway to rock and roll. The group covered everything... More »
If Naya Rivera keeps it up, she's gonna end up look like a muppet mixture of Kim Kardashian and Heidi Montag.
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies—and the occasional TV show—in full, spoiler-filled detail. Below Slate movie critic Dana Stevens and Slate editorial director John Swansburg discuss Muppets Most Wanted, the sequel to the most recent reboot of the long-running Muppet franchise. Show More Summary
George Burns and Rowlf the Dog -- Train Back Home from episode 210 of The Muppet Show.