We all know which Sesame Street book is the “Most Classic” of all time. But which book deserves the #2 spot?
This remarkable new book makes Sam & Friends feel like a real TV show for the first time since it aired.
Remember that time on Sesame Street when David was a professor and gave a poorly-researched lecture about trees? We do, and we have way too many thoughts about it!
It’s been 25 years since we got one of the best-ever Muppet video games.
Before internet video, VHS tapes were crucial to growing our Muppet fandom.
We haven’t read this article yet, but we’re pretty sure it’s accurate.
It’s the 50th anniversary of Jim Henson’s strange, experimental TV special. We have some ideas on how to mark the occasion!
A track-by-track look at the classic holiday album. And a happy new year!
It’s been a quarter-century since Kermit burst through the cover of the book and made us Muppet experts.
Untangling a case of mistaken Muppet identity.
Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, and John Lovelady star as singing Muppet garbage!
Bert reveals his favorite number and Oscar riffs on Tony Orlando in this track-by-track look at the classic album. Brought to you by the numbers 1 through 10!
Muppets on display? Yay!
YOUR comments and insights on a wacky 1972 Sesame Street book!
Bert has inventions! Ernie has animals! The Muppet Book Club returns!
Two Tough Pigs writers visit Bremen for the first time in decades. But are they still moved by the music of an animal jazz quartet?
Anthony and Roz discuss the classic Muppet special, which sticks pretty closely to the original fairy tale — except for the backwards-talking princess and an ogre named Sweetums.
Anthony and Ryan talk about the first-ever hour-long Muppet special, which features a sardonic Kermit, exceptionally ugly stepsisters, and Splurge.
In the mid-80s, The Muppet Movie was released on Super 8… or at least, some of it was.
Watching the rarely seen Jim Henson sitcom pilot “Puppetman.”