The gang tries their best to force John to perform with them, but he drags his feet at every opportunity.

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Himself - Special Guest Star
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Slim Wilson / Floyd Pepper / Crazy Harry / Waiter / Parrot / Announcer (voice)
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Scooter / Statler / Sweetums / Bubba / Pig (voice)
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Gonzo / Koozebanian Spooble / Marvin / Lubbock Lou (voice)
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The gang tries their best to force John to perform with them, but he drags his feet at every opportunity.

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Comedy | Family | Music

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3 December 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In one of John Cleese's skits in which he plays a pirate, complete with a nagging parrot/possible wife. Shortly before the end of the skit, he asks, "Do you want to be an EX-parrot?" and fires off his gun, missing the parrot. This is a reference to the infamous Parrot Sketch from Cleese's Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969). Also during the sketch, Cleese says to Capt. Link Hogthrob, "Of course I'm a pirate! What did you think I was? A management consultant?" In real life, Cleese has his own company that produces management consulting films. See more »

Goofs

On stage Gonzo's right arm is stretched by catching the cannon ball but backstage his left arm is elongated and knotted up. See more »

Quotes

The Newsman: Here is a Muppet News Flash! Science has discovered a process which may go a long way towards solving the world's food crisis. Dr. William Edgar of Chicago, Illinois, reports he has found a method of synthesizing Italian dinners out of wool. At a recent press conference, Edgar demonstrated his process by knitting a tureen of minestrone, while his wife Nancy crocheted meatballs.
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References Man of La Mancha (1972) See more »

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Rowlf's Polka
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Music by Derek Scott
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