Some people these days have strong opinions about whether certain media should be accessible based on its themes, messages, and content. Is it time to ban the Muppets?
With the events of this week, we just can’t do it. But what *can* we do?
The people have spoken: Our next President is Kermit the Frog, who received an incredibly 93.9% of the vote! Now make sure you #VOTE in the actual election!
It’s the return of our quadrennial event: The ToughPigs Election! Cast your vote for Kermit or Doc Hopper!
In a 1981 episode, Oscar ran a trashy campaign for mayor of NYC.
My fellow Muppet fans: We have to get Trump out of there.
In this rare episode, Big Bird tries being president of the USA. His term doesn’t last very long.
Jim Henson wanted Fraggle Rock to bring peace to the world. Maybe it still can.
Beaker became a figurehead for the March for Science, and we agree that the Muppets have always been advocates for science!
With PBS in danger of being defunded, we look to the lessons of Sesame Street to prove its importance.
When reading about the awful stuff that’s going on in the world, use these Muppet clips to help from getting down.
It is the firm belief of the owners of ToughPigs that Donald Trump represents the opposite of the teachings of Jim Henson. Yeah, even the Muppet fan sites are getting involved.
The people have spoken: Our next President is Big Bird, with Mr. Snuffleupagus as his VP! Birdseed milkshakes for everyone!
Think Miss Piggy would make a great President? Think again.
You’ve heard the argument for Big Bird, now get the scoop on why Sesame Street’s largest canary is unfit for office!
Our argument for a Big Bird/Mr. Snuffleupagus Presidency. It’s the most remarkable term you’ll ever see!
It’s the return of our quadrennial event: The ToughPigs Election! Starting with our argument in favor of a Miss Piggy Presidency!
Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear vie against Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus for the Presidency! Who will win??
Would Hillary Clinton make a good President based on her Sesame Street appearance from 1993?
Donald Trump has been parodied three times on Sesame Street, and in all three he’s a villain. Is anyone actually surprised??