- Guest Star's Dressing Room: Scooter knocks on Will Ferrell's dressing room door 9 times and tells him '29 2nds 'til curtain'............and Will agrees to do the show with them.
- 'The Muppet Show' Theme Song: Gonzo's trumpet lets out great big puffs out blue smoke...........
- Scooter, Mildred Huxtetter, Fozzie, Walter, Gonzo and Rowlf sing Darlin' Clementine
- Kermit compliments on Mildred Huxtetter.......and tells her that she's incredible.......and she thanks him.
- Miss Piggy asks to do a musical #......but Kermit says that if he let her go on stage with Will........he might need to cancel the original sketch #.
- Will Ferrell (impersonating a Robert Goulet type of voice) and Miss Piggy sing John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt............
- Pigs In Space (Hair Color Changer 600): Dr. Strangepork invents a portable machine called the Hair Color Changer 600 which makes the hairs on their heads change into many different rainbow colors.......
- At the Dance-All of the Muppet characters romantically dance with their partners....
- Veteranarian's Hospital (Patient: Walter): Walter is in the hospital for a dosage of good laughter......
- Muppet News Flash (Exercise Workout Night): The Muppet Newsman announces the time of excercise workout night.........and he ends up on a treadmill as well.
- Sam's Editorial Speech (Violence and Destruction): Sam tells everybody things that include dynamite and gun powder cause violenece and destruction..........
- The Swedish Chef prepares to make blueberry flapjacks........but the blueberries keep disco dancing on the counter.
- Muppet Labs (Automatic Music Box): Bunsen and Beaker demonstrate the use of the Automatic Music Box......which sends Beaker into a classical dancing frenzy.
- Closing Musical #-Kermit, Fozzie, Scooter, Gonzo, Rowlf, Walter, Miss Piggy, Wayne, Wanda and Mildred Huxtetter sing Polly Wolly Doodle..........
- End Credits Outro: Just as Kermit thanks Will for being on the show...........Walter tells him that everything's looking peaceful as usual without fighting and a lot of violent destruction.
- Statler: "Do you really think that comedy stuff is so darn expensive those days?"
- Waldorf: "No........what makes you say that?"
- Statler: "Send out the comedians!"
- Statler + Waldorf: [Laughing Wildly]
Songs and Sketch #sEdit
- Darlin' Clementine (performed by Scooter, Mildred Huxtetter, Fozzie, Walter, Gonzo and Rowlf)
- John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt (performed by Miss Piggy, Will Ferrell and the rest of the Muppet gang)
- Pigs In Space Sketch #-Hair Color Changer 600
- At the Dance Sketch #- same as always
- Veteranarian's Hospital Sketch #-Walter as the patient
- Muppet News Flash-Excersise Workout Night
- Sam's Editorial Speech-Sam's lecture about things that cause violence and destruction.......
- The Swedish Chef Sketch #-Blueberry flapjacks
- Talk Spot-same location as always
- Muppet Labs Sketch #-Automatic music box
- Closing Musical #-Polly Wolly Doodle (performed by Kermit, Fozzie, Scooter, Gonzo, Rowlf, Walter, Miss Piggy, Wayne, Wanda and Mildred Huxtetter)
Muppet Character Voice PerformersEdit
- Steve Whitmire as Kermit, Statler, Rizzo, Captain Link Hogthrob, the Muppet Newsman and Beaker (voices, taken over 3 characters from the late Jim Henson and 2 characters from the late Richard Hunt)
- Eric Jacobson as Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Animal, Sam and Marvin Suggs (voices)
- Dave Goelz as Gonzo, Zoot, Beauregard, Waldorf and Bunsen (voices, taken over 1 character from the late Jim Henson)
- Bill Barretta as Pepe, the Swedish Chef, Rowlf, Dr. Teeth and Bobo (voices, taken over 3 characters from the late Jim Henson)
- Matt Vogel as Robin, Crazy Harry, Floyd, Camilla, Sweetums, Lew Zealand and Uncle Deadly (voices, taken over 1 character from the late Richard Hunt)
- David Rudman as Scooter, Janice and Wayne (voices, taken over from the late Richard Hunt)
- Kathryn Mullen as Wanda (voice, taken over from the late Erin Ozker)
- Kevin Clash as Clifford (voice)
- Louise Gold as Mildred Huxtetter (voice)
- Peter Linz as Walter (voice)
Muppet Memorial DedicationsEdit
Dedicated to the loving memories and magic of Jim Henson (1936-1990), Richard Hunt (1951-1992), Erin Ozker (1948-1993), Jon Stone (1931-1997), Jerry Juhl (1938-2005) and Joe Raposo (1937-1989)..........we'll all be forever grateful.