The Muppet Show: Season 1, Episode 2

Connie Stevens (26 Feb. 1977)

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When Fozzie overhears Hilda, Kermit, and Scooter talking about getting rid of "that bear" he thinks they're talking about him when in actual truth it's Gonzo's teddy bear that is being ... See full summary »

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Miss Piggy / Fozzie Bear / Animal / Mildred / Bert / Whatnot Dancer (voice)
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Richard Hunt ...
Scooter / Statler / Wayne (voice)
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The Great Gonzo / Zoot (voice)
Eren Ozker ...
Hilda / Wanda / Whatnot Dancer / Connie Stevens Muppet (voice)
John Lovelady ...
Bruce Fox / Rat (voice)
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When Fozzie overhears Hilda, Kermit, and Scooter talking about getting rid of "that bear" he thinks they're talking about him when in actual truth it's Gonzo's teddy bear that is being badmouthed. Meanwhile, Sesame Street's Bert & Ernie make a guest appearance in a musical number with Connie Stevens. Written by miss mazie

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"Lydia, The Tattooed Lady" was one of Jim Henson's favorite songs. It was even performed at his memorial service in 1990 by Kevin Clash in the voice of Elmo. The tattoos drawn on Lydia were drawn on by Henson himself. Unlike other Muppet pigs, Lydia has hooves instead of hands. The punch at the end of the number was the first time Miss Piggy hit Kermit. This punch would later evolve into a karate chop. See more »

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Connie Stevens: [singing] On the day that you were born, the angels got together/And decided to create a dream come true./So they sprinkled moondust in your hair, a green and star light in your eyes of blue./That is why all the girls in town follow you around./Ooh just like me, they long to be, close to you.
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References South Pacific (1958) See more »

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1812 Overture
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Performed by Gonzo (Dave Goelz)
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