Dom DeLuise -- Planet Koozebane - Merdlidops from episode 211 of The Muppet Show.
Taking a break from promoting Muppets Most Wanted to antagonize a different group of easily panicked creatures who would like people to stop messing with their show (fans of the original Office this time), Ricky Gervais has announced that his David Brent character will take another joke a few beats too far with two U.K. Show More Summary
After months of trying, Jimmy Kimmel finally got what he calls "the greatest gift any talk show host could ask for" on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. The host—and even fellow guest Gonzo the muppet—gave Ford a pretty rough ride, mocking him for his...
Bert, Ernie, and Connie Stevens -- Some Enchanted Evening from episode 102 of The Muppet Show.
Living in New York City can take its toll. The non-stop hustle-and-bustle is stressful to say the least, but the Muppets know just what we need to chill out. A cup of Lipton Tea, duh. All it takes is one sip for the Harry Nilsson toShow More Summary
The work done by Jim Henson's Creature Shop doesn't only just show up on Sesame Street and in the latest batch of Muppet movies. Any time you see a convincing looking creature in a commercial that wasn't brought to life through CG, odds are the Creature Shop had a hand in its creation. Read more...
Characters from The Muppets are showing the world how to “Be More Tea” in a new Lipton ad campaign. In their first commercial, Kermit the Frog demonstrates how to cope with a New York filled with Animals by drinking a cup of Lipton tea. Kermit spreads the word about Lipton’s new global campaign to inspire [...]
We thought we couldn't be happier that the Muppets were doing a sequel, but then they go and perform the song We're Doing A Sequel for Muppets Most Wanted's newest tailer and we're ecstatic! Not only does this new preview feature Kermit the Frog in a tux (so hot), it also gives you the HIGHlarious opening [...]
Watching a trailer for Muppets Most Wanted really grabs you by the arm and makes you consider the loved ones in your life, and if any of them would look like a mastermind criminal with the addition of a beauty mark. The marketing train...Show More Summary
Gonzo -- Gonzo Hypnotizes Himself from episode 324 of The Muppet Show.
Jimmy, you did us proud The comedian kicked off his first Tonight Show Monday, marking, as Fallon himself said, "a moment in TV history." See also: Jimmy Fallon Leaves 'Late Night' With Musical Assist From the Muppets But to Fallon fans,...Show More Summary
Before he makes his debut as the new host of The Tonight Show, check out one of the biggest reasons we loved Jimmy Fallon's Late Night show so much—the musical numbers. From Stephen Colbert to Bruce Springsteen and even The Muppets, we've got a round-up of our favorites. Read more...
John Henson, son of Muppets creator Jim Henson, has died at 48 from a heart-attack. Henson, who had no history of heart problems, was a board member of the Jim Henson Company, and sometimes played Sweetums in Muppet movies and shows...
Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and Kermit -- Miss Piggy's Love Triangle from episode 124 of The Muppet Show.
That’s them. While this is still a Jim Henson Company show–just like the Fraggle Rock I grew up with and adored–THESE Doozers are CGI, not Muppets. Plus online video streaming service Hulu, who will be featuring the new series, seems to have the preschool audience in mind pretty exclusively. See the trailer and hear more […]
Now that Jimmy Fallon has wrapped up his run as the host of "Late Night," he needs to set his sights on how to properly host "The Tonight Show," which he launches on February 17. He got some help from The Muppets to help him start his...Show More Summary
Go big or go home! Jimmy Fallon is all set to take over The Tonight Show on February 17th, but not before breaking some records and having fun! The Late Night host brought in 6.6 million viewers for his last show, and according to a report, he “set series records for the largest overall audience on any [...]
As you have perhaps heard, Jimmy Fallon is leaving Late Night for the Tonight Show — but not without doing one last Internet-friendly performance for everyone to remember him by. To close out his final Late Night broadcast on Friday, Fallon invited the Muppets onstage to help him sing a... More »
On February 7, 2014, Jimmy Fallon said an emotional goodbye to his incredible show Late Night. He was joined by notable Muppets such as Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy in a funny, but touching version of “The Weight“, classic song from the concert film The Last Waltz by [...]
The host says goodbye to his show ahead of his "Tonight Show" debut. read more