A particularly scary episode of Fraggle Rock proves to be terrifying to some, and a thrill ride to others.
We’ve bought some more Ooshies, which means it’s time to do Canadian Bert impressions!
Taking one final look at the final Muppet Babies episode, which homages The Muppet Show!
Wembley and Cotterpin feel exactly like their old selves as Wembley is persuaded to become the face of a Doozer ad campaign.
Mokey learns about facts vs. feelings. It’s a timely lesson!
Fans don’t talk about this episode much. Which is too bad, because it features one of The Muppet Show’s funniest musical numbers ever.
Statler and Waldorf have taken over The Muppet Show! It’s not as easy as it looks, huh?
The Chris Langham episode is one of The Muppet Show’s funniest, and yet it’s been marred by Langham’s personal life.
We’re diving deep into the current Muppet Babies cartoon’s holiday episodes!
Shirley Bassey gives a golden performance, proving that Muppet Show guest stars are some of the greatest talents!
Sometimes it’s nice to notice the little things. And this episode’s got plenty… including little murderous animals and little pies everywhere.
The Sesame Street gang stars in a virtual special while quarantining! But it’s a forgettable, missed opportunity.
This episode features bunnies, a transmogrifying potion, and lots of funny humiliation and abuse!
This episode contains the three essential ingredients of a good Muppet production. And the fourth one!
Thanks to a crucial decision, this mashup of Star Wars and The Muppet Show becomes one of the series’ best.
Christopher Reeve played Superman, and this is a super episode. And here’s our list of 25 great moments that prove it!
The Muppets celebrate Thanksgiving, even if no one ever says the name of the holiday.
The Beverly Sills episode of The Muppet Show is full of surprises! Some great, some horrifying.
The show gets moved to a train station, and Kermit is *not* into it.