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The Muppet Christmas Carol

It just doesn’t feel like Christmas, until my family has watched The Muppet Christmas Carol.  This year it is celebrating its 25th Anniversary.  Time flies! 264 more words

Phantom of the Opera: Everything's better with Muppets

Faust, a five-act grand opera, is by Charles Gounod with a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré.  It is loosely based on…

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23 Reasons Why 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' Is The Best 'Christmas Carol' Of Them All...👍🏽❤️👌🏽

1. Gonzo Is Charles Dickens

“A blue, furry Charles Dickens who hangs out with a rat?” Sure, it’s a major departure from the original story since Dickens doesn’t appear in A Christmas Carol, but the Muppets decided to have Gonzo the Great embody the author. 1,330 more words

A Christmas Carol (or quite a few)

“Marley was dead; to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that.”

I have always felt pretty sorry for Ebenezer. He’s just settled down to cheese and broth at the end of a long day when a dead friend barges through his door. 1,189 more words

"Oh...may I?"

When I was a kid, I never understood this scene from The Muppet Movie.  I never understood why the waiter (Steve Martin) was being so mean to Kermit, why the scene was supposed to be funny, or really why it existed at all. 214 more words

The Muppet Christmas Carol.

The Muppet Christmas Carol is a tale as old as time – based on Charles Dickens festive tale but with a Jim Henson Twist it takes only about five seconds for everyone’s favourite fluffy puppets to stamp their patented MO on proceedings, in the shape of singing vegetables. 408 more words


"Which one of you is the real Kermit?"

Answer:  Neither of them.  It’s a trick question.

So…this last Monday that just happened, there was a Pentatonix Christmas special on TV, and the report was that Kermit was going to make an appearance.  750 more words