Torn between Grover and Guy Smiley.%0D %0D Best ensemble: definitely Gonzo's Chickens
Besides Miss Piggy, who''s your favorite puppet?
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There's a new one, a shrimp, who's really cute.
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|by Anonymous||reply 3||01/20/2011|
Madame of course.
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aaaaaaaaaacuuuuuly Miss Piggy is a marrionette you mornon
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Sesame Street league - Grover
Adult league - Gonzo
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Why do you assume that Dataloungers would pick Miss Piggy?
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Drunk again, R5?
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They're "muppets" (marionettes + puppets) when they have the little wire hand guide. %0D %0D Still puppets though.%0D %0D I personally don't know any marionettes by name (Pinnocio?)
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|by Anonymous||reply 10||01/20/2011|
Rusty the rooster
Jerome the giraffe
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Shari Lewis was an artist at fingering Lamb Chop's prostate.
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I hated Miss Piggy. She was a selfish cunt with no scruples whatsoever.
My favorite puppet, was, is, and always will be Ernie.
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I do like the cows as an ensemble as well. Better than the South Park cows (who are just those two guys screaming MOO!)%0D %0D Show me the way to go home....
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Grover is my favorite Sesame Street character, by far.
Sweetums is my choice for forgotten, underused Muppet.
But my vote goes to the drummer
(seen here with Miss Rita Moreno)
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Grover is my absolute favorite. Jerry Falwell got it all wrong when he chastised Sesame Street for the cohabitating homosexuals Bert and Ernie. Grover is a flamer!%0D %0D I also adore Beaker seen in the linked clip singing the best rendition of Danny Boy that I've ever heard.
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Ain't Noboby Here But Us...
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Polly Woggy Froggy gonna get it now!
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Janice, the rocker chick
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|by Anonymous||reply 22||01/20/2011|
I like Peanut because he's so naughty
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Grover and Gonzo
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Miss Piggy is the ultimate diva!%0D %0D I even had her book back in the day, "Miss Piggy's Guide to Life" was hilarious. %0D Did Beeker and Janice ever write books, huh? Huh?
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There is no "besides".
|by Anonymous||reply 27||01/20/2011|
Does the Cookie Monster count?
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No r28 - Count Count counts.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||01/21/2011|
I love Beaker too, thanks for the hilarious clip R17!
My favorite are the two old hecklers, Statler and Waldorf. These guys are nuts and we all know someone like them.
Here they are taking on Milton Berle, he was a great sport.
I am in my forties and I still love the muppets. flame away.
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r30, I'm 50 and still love the Muppets, their expressions, and of course, their cheesy production numbers.
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I adore Kermit, but Statler and Waldorf are a close second. Don't feel bad r30, I'm old and I still love them too.
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|by Anonymous||reply 34||01/21/2011|
please...there's only one puppet.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||01/21/2011|
Fozzie and Gonzo were my 2 faves. I have a question that I thought someone here might be able to answer. I remember an episode where the muppets sang "Heart of Gold" by Neil Young along with the guest star. But for the life of me I can't remember who the guest star was.%0D %0D I believe one of the muppets (an old man) was sitting on a porch in a rocking chair. And other muppets and the guest star sang back up. %0D %0D Does anyone remember the episode I'm referring to? Thanks. :)
|by Anonymous||reply 36||01/21/2011|
I hate puppets, Muppets Miss Piggy. They are creepy, like clowns and mimes. I don't understand the attraction.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||01/21/2011|
How could yall bitches forget the Oinker Sisters?%0D %0D I wonder if that bitch Miss Piggy had anything to do with them not making it big.
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|by Anonymous||reply 39||01/21/2011|
I used to have a Miss Piggy puppet I'd break out at parties and gatherings when I was 12. Oh, the shame!
But my favorite was always Baby Gonzo (from Muppet Babies).
|by Anonymous||reply 40||01/21/2011|
There was also a very talented, perky, helium voiced, curly haired girl pig who was everything Miss Piggy was not. They would ocassionally bring her out to show another jealous side of Miss Hog (not amorous jealousy, but the talent kind). Needless to say, La Piggy always found ways of exterminating her.%0D %0D It was like a Carol Burnett (in Norma Desmond mode) vs. chirpy soprano Vicki Lawrence kind of thing.%0D %0D Did this she-pig have a name? Does anyone remember?
|by Anonymous||reply 41||01/21/2011|
I have a soft spot for Janice.
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|by Anonymous||reply 43||01/21/2011|
Miss Piggy dirties up her image to make a splash with the new generation
|by Anonymous||reply 44||01/21/2011|
When I was a kid, I wanted Sam the Eagle to fuck me.
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|by Anonymous||reply 46||01/21/2011|
Thank You r43!
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|by Anonymous||reply 49||01/22/2011|
Ernie is my favorite, not Miss Piggy. Kermit would be next, I guess. Then Bert.
When I was a kid in the 70s, I thought Ernie and Bert were in a relationship. My father was friends with a lesbian couple and that whole idea of two women living together opened my eyes to other relationships with similar dynamics. Bert and Ernie had those.
I was such a baby dyke.
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Madame will always be the top of the heap in my book.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||01/22/2011|
It was "Polly Woggy froggy gonna get a big boom..." Also, muppet is for mouth+puppet. I would be hard put to choose between Rolf & Animal. Oh, and Lamb chop was a female, so, no prostate there. Although, I heard Shari Lewis talking about ordering lamb chops in a restaurant once... ..Apparently they have stripped Cookie Monster's cookies from him now, and replaced them with veggies. That's akin to replacing a wino's Thunderbird with carrot juice. "Om nom nom nom.." just doesn't go with broccoli, sorry. Well, that seems to have filled up the white-space nicely. Ciao.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||11/12/2012|
Kermit. How could he NOT be a favorite? Despite Piggy's flamboyance he was THE muppet.
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|by Anonymous||reply 56||11/12/2012|
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
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LMFAO at R44
|by Anonymous||reply 58||11/12/2012|
Scooter and Janice
|by Anonymous||reply 59||11/12/2012|
Beulah the Witch and Madame Oglepuss.
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