The Muppet Show: Season 3, Episode 8

Loretta Lynn (21 Oct. 1978)

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With the regular theater being fumigated, Kermit and the gang have to stage the show at an active train station.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Miss Piggy / Fozzie Bear / Fred / Pigs / Train Conductor / Frank (voice)
Baskerville the Hound / Baby / Arab / Slim Wilson / Train Conductor / Announcer (voice)
Richard Hunt ...
Scooter / Janice / Statler / Beagle / Whatnot / The Arab / Baby / Pigs (voice)
Gonzo / Baby / Whatnot (voice)
Louise Gold ...
Annie Sue / Whatnots / Pig / Baby (voice)
Winky Pinkerton / Fred's Friend / Train Conductor (voice)


With the regular theater being fumigated, Kermit and the gang have to stage the show at an active train station.

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Comedy | Family | Music




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21 October 1978 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The Newsman twice says, "Will you get out of here?" in an exasperated tone, which is normally a catchphrase of Kermit's. Both characters were performed by Jim Henson. See more »


After the conductor for the Pittsburgh train calls, "All aboard!", he doesn't get on. See more »


References My Fair Lady (1964) See more »


Sentimental Journey
Written by Les Brown, Bud Green, and Ben Homer
Performed by Dave Goelz and Jim Henson
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