Long before there were Muppets or Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, there was Punch and Judy. The traditional puppet show has been around since at least the 17th century, and even today, specialist puppeteers known as “professors” keep it alive. Show More Summary
We know, through the story of Muppetfucker.net, in which an upstart DJ named DJ Muppetfucker had his website forcefully acquired by the Jim Henson Company so as to halt the spread of its pernicious muppet-fucking ideas, that the Jim Henson Company does not like to imagine the outcome of their much-suggested inter-species romances. Show More Summary
Who's suaver, George Clooney or Fozzie Bear? Check out the Cloonster's latest ad for Nespresso and decide for yourself. Georgie pops into travel scenes from a half-dozen familiar Hollywood films, including The Muppet Movie, as he takes the long, cinematic way home for a cup of that sweet sweet joe: Yes, that's Andy Garcia taunting...
Kermit the Frog of The Muppets sings R. Kelly‘s R&B song, “Ignition (Remix),” in a remix created by Adam Schleichkorn (a.k.a. “Mylo the Cat“). Here is the original song. Related Laughing Squid PostsKermit the Frog Singing ‘It Feels Like Christmas’ From ‘The Muppet Christmas Carol’ at DisneylandJimmy Fallon’s Barbershop Quartet Covers R. Kelly’s ‘Ignition (Remix)’ […]
7 Possibilities For Bill O'Reilly's N... Bill O'Reilly's next job just might be one of those old crabby muppets who sits in the balcony and talks shit. Submitted by: Pitch Regular Keywords: Bill O'Reilly Politics Fox News Sexual Harassment The O'Reilly Factor Jobs Work Careers Views: 23
We can't think of two entities more polar opposite than the Muppets of Sesame Street and the women of The Real Housewives franchise. But thanks to the hilariously adorable parody "The Real Grouches of Sesame Street," the two meet in...Show More Summary
Sesame Street has long been a purveyor of quality Muppet-based parodies of pop culture favorites, and its latest should be a hit with the Bravo set. “The Real Grouches Of Sesame Street” follows Oscar, Grundgetta, and Diva GarbageDump as they mix with outsider Grover and revel in treating each other terribly. Show More Summary
A racist Muppet in itself won’t end racism, of course, but it could properly educate the generation who might. The post Should Sesame Street Introduce a Racist Muppet? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Star Wars isn't the only Lucasfilm property getting some extra love and attention this month - The Hollywood Reporter claims that a new Labyrinth film that has been in the planning stages for some time now finally has a director: Fede Alvarez
Ever wondered what #ticklemeElmo looks like without fur ? #tinkering #takeapart @SciTechMuseum #summercamp #mymuseum2017 pic.twitter.com/w6sPwQfnJh - #ScienceMobile (@ScienceMobileEN) April 12, 2017 Maybe it's the huge smiles or theShow More Summary
Slate's Marissa Martinelli talks with Julia Bascom, executive director of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network.
When Sesame Street introduced Julia, a muppet with autism, first in digital form in 2015 and then in physical form on the show earlier this year, we were instantly hooked on the sweet and likeable character. Now, to continue in its quest...Show More Summary
The Muppets have been a beloved part of pop culture since Jim Henson created the characters back in 1955. Since then, they’ve spanned every kind of media you can think of, from movies to TV to video games and more. However, some of Jim...Show More Summary
On Monday, Sesame Street introduced its newest Muppet, a redheaded four-year-old with a fondness for tag and a stuffed bunny, to the world. Julia is the first autistic character ever to be introduced on the beloved children's program, a milestone for autistic representation onscreen. Show More Summary
April marks Autism Awareness Month, and PBS Kids is doing its part to raise awareness by showing episodes featuring characters on the spectrum. Beginning with a Muppet’s TV debut on Monday, PBS Kids will air episodes of “Sesame Street,”...Show More Summary
Hard times for Muppets! Sad! Me think unemployment not easy for puppet with addiction issues. Me find unemployment very triggering. Me want to ask government, “Who is real monster here?”
The first new felt-faced Sesame Street cast member in a decade spent years in development. Her objective? To help viewers better understand the complex world of autism.
The A.V Club had a chance to interview Frank Oz, Fran Brill, and a few of the other original Muppeteers about their new documentary, Muppet Guys Talking: Secrets Behind The Show The Whole World Watched. The characters they’ve played have become iconic and influential for people around the world. Show More Summary
The arrival of a new character reaffirms a message of sharing. (Take heed, Congress.)
White House press secretary is a hard enough job when your boss isn't Donald Trump, a man who regularly says ridiculous, indefensible things—especially when that same man demands endless adulation from anyone and everyone in return. This...Show More Summary