We meet Gonzo, Rizzo, and Jim at the Admiral Benbow Inn.
Muppet critters sing “Shiver My Timbers” as pirates haul treasure. The devil himself would have to call them scum!
Muppet Treasure Island begins! And so does the song “Shiver My Timbers.”
We’re talking about John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together, the classic 1979 TV special.
We’re talking about Muppet Classic Theater, a 1994 direct-to-video special in which the Muppets tell fairy tales. Is this one of the most forgotten Muppet productions?
It’s an extra bonus! Music producer Robert Kraft tells us all about the genesis of Jim Henson Records and the creation of Muppet Beach Party and Kermit Unpigged!
We’re talking about the 1994 album Kermit Unpigged, an audio release that feels like a TV special.
We have a bunch of stuff to say as the credits conclude: Amusing negative reviews! IMDb keyword fun! And a game of Who Was the Scrooge?
Mice and Charles Dickens say goodbye and credits begin.
Scrooge invites himself over to the Cratchits’ house. And everyone sings!
“Thankful Heart” concludes as Scrooge distributes gifts to shocked recipients.
Scrooge sings about his “Thankful Heart.”
Scrooge orders a turkey from a bunny and makes a donation.
Scrooge cries in a graveyard and wakes up in his bed.
Scrooge just doesn’t want to see whose name is on that gravestone. WHO could it be?! With EXTREMELY special guest Stephanie D’Abruzzo!
The Cratchit family mourns the loss of Tiny Tim. (It’s the most heartbreaking scene in any Muppet movie.) With EXTREMELY special guest Brian Jay Jones!!
Unsavory characters sift through a dead man’s belongings. Who could it be?
Scrooge finds out that the future isn’t so cool. But who’s dead?
The Ghost of Christmas Past departs and a scarier ghost appears.
The Cratchits finish “Bless Us All” and Scrooge finds room in his heart for love.