Leslie Uggams: Listen, Lew. What does it take to become a great boomerang-fish thrower?
Lew Zealand: Well, you gotta have sole. And if you can't get sole, use halibut.
Leslie Uggams: I should have guessed.
Lew Zealand: But in that case, I use a catcher's mitt.
Leslie Uggams: Why? No, no, don't tell me. Let me guess. Just for the halibut?
Lew Zealand: See? You're catching on.
Leslie Uggams: Listen, how did you acquire this talent? Was it an accident?
Lew Zealand: No, it was on porpoise.
Leslie Uggams: I give him the straight lines, and he gives me the fish lines.
Miss Piggy: Holy maracas!
Big Bird: Oh, hi. I'm Big Bird.
Miss Piggy: Huh. No kidding.
Big Bird: I'm a friend of Kermit's.
Miss Piggy: Oh.
Big Bird: Yeah, we both come from the same neighborhood. Sesame Street.
Miss Piggy: Oh. Isn't that that cute little children's show with puppets?
Big Bird: Uh-huh. And who are you?
Miss Piggy: Who am I? I am Miss Piggy.
Big Bird: Oh. Well, do you work around here?
Miss Piggy: Uh, listen, yellow thing. Do you see that star here?
Big Bird: Oh, yes. It's very pretty.
Miss Piggy: And, uh, do you know why it is there?
Big Bird: Well, uh... Perfect attendance?
Miss Piggy: I am the singing star of this show.
Big Bird: A singing pig? That's very funny!
Miss Piggy: Kiss your feathers goodbye, bird! Hai-ya!
[swings at Big Bird, but he doubles over and she misses and falls]
Big Bird: Oh, you do acrobatics, too. She's very versatile.
The Great Gonzo: Listen to the rhymes in the chorus. It's very Cole Porte-ry. Camilla / You're sweeter than wine or vanilla, Camilla / Come lie beneath this tree, it's a willa, Camilla / Camilla / The night it grows stilla and stilla, Camilla / You're prettier by far than Godzilla, Camilla.