The Great Muppet Caper (1981)
includes three clips from the movie
Kermit dances with a clothes-horse (like Fred Astaire in Royal Wedding)
Features a diamond heist like "Topkapi" with cameos by two of the stars of that movie, Robert Morley and Peter Ustinov.
Features Oscar the Grouch after Piggy takes off on a cement truck to Mallory Gallery
Shelly tells Richard that they had all four Muppet movies at the video store.
When Bobo tosses Sal out of the building, Johnny comments, "That is one nutty way to stop a cab."
Peter asks if there are any bellhops at the hotel that are "rats like in the Muppets"
artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
In this Henson production, Lucky smashes through a huge window on a motorcycle, in slow-motion.
A still of Miss Piggy in "The Great Muppet Caper" is shown in "The Comments Section."
Jason Segel mentions that in the film, Kermit and Fozzie are supposed to be identical twins
Poster seen on apartment wall
The Muppets have to rescue a member of their band who has been framed for stealing a treasure of jewels in Europe.
This film is featured among many other classics
entire scene from this movie shown at end of episode
includes a clip from the movie
clips of this movie are shown in the aniversary special
Sam Eagle calls the group weirdos.
Doug compares the opening song to Miss Piggy's song from this movie
Clip of Sam the Eagle is shown
Shot of Nicky turning to the camera and saying "and me".
The scene of Peter Ustinov and Oscar the Grouch having "very brief cameos"
British couple yammering on
a clip is shown in a montage of Miss Piggy's films
"Happiness, Miss Piggy" plays after the poor mother pig drowns
Miss Piggy: "what an unbelieveable coincidence."
Kermit points out how wrong they are