The Muppet Show (1976–1981)
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Ruth Buzzi 

Scooter's uncle, J.P. Grosse sends a mechanical wind-up TV show host that resembles Kermit in every way. Soon, the duplicate starts harassing Kermit and flirts with Miss Piggy.

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Sgt. Floyd Pepper / House / Paul / Pig / Whatnot (voice)
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Zoot / Boppity / Jugband Member (voice)
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Wanda / Dancer / Screaming Woman / Jugband Member (voice)
John Lovelady ...
House (voice)
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Scooter's uncle, J.P. Grosse sends a mechanical wind-up TV show host that resembles Kermit in every way. Soon, the duplicate starts harassing Kermit and flirts with Miss Piggy.

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9 October 1976 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Ruth Buzzi recently revealed that she was originally supposed to be the first guest on the show, but scheduling conflicts pushed her back to episode #4. The guest star on the first episode was Juliet Prowse. See more »

Goofs

In the balcony scene after the talk spot, we can see Jim Henson's hair bopping up and down performing Waldorf. See more »

Quotes

Fozzie Bear: A lot of these folks want to see me!
Statler: Well, so do we.
Fozzie Bear: You want to see me perform?
Waldorf: No, retire!
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References Laugh-In (1967) See more »

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Sunny
Written by Bobby Hebb
Performed by Sgt. Floyd Pepper (Jerry Nelson), Zoot (Dave Goelz), Janice (Eren Ozker) & Animal (Frank Oz)
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