Miss Piggy is indignant and the Cratchits begin singing “Bless Us All.”
Robin and Kermit finish singing and the Cratchits come together for dinner.
We meet Bob Cratchit’s family. Including some pigs!
Scrooge eavesdrops on his nephew’s Christmas party.
We’re talking about ALL the songs from The Muppet Christmas Carol with EXTREMELY special guest Paul Williams! He wrote those songs! And other Muppet songs!
“It Feels Like Christmas” concludes and Scrooge wishes to see family.
The Ghost brings Scrooge to Christmas morning and starts singing “It Feels Like Christmas.”
Scrooge says goodbye to one ghost, and hello to another ghost. Come in, and know him better, man!
Belle finishes “When Love Is Gone” and Rizzo cries. (And we all like this song now.)
Belle and young Ebenezer have a sad conversation and Belle starts singing “When Love Is Gone.” With EXTREMELY special guest Meredith Braun! She played Belle in this movie!
Scrooge meets Belle and they seem to like each other.
Fozziwig’s annual Christmas party begins!
Scrooge leaves school for his job at Fozziwig’s. And Gonzo lights the rat! With EXTREMELY special guest Craig Shemin!
Scrooge watches his young self work too hard and we meet Headmaster Sam the Eagle.
Scrooge arrives in his childhood.
The Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge (and Gonzo and Rizzo) on a wild ride.
Rizzo forgets his jellybeans and the bell tolls one.
“Marley and Marley” concludes and Rizzo hates heights. With EXTREMELY special guest Leslie Carrara-Rudolph!
Jacob and Robert Marley (Statler & Waldorf!) sing their hit song “Marley and Marley.” With EXTREMELY special guest Leslie Carrara-Rudolph!
Everything is very spooky and we get our first glimpse of Statler and Waldorf as Marley and Marley.