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Plot SummaryEdit

There's a mysterious event going on around in the Muppet Theater...........everything seems to be going topsy turvy.........but not only Kermit or their guest star, Dennis Leary can put an end to it.

Cold OpenEdit

Songs and Sketch #sEdit

  • Strollin' in the Park (performed by Miss Piggy and Mildred Huxtetter)
  • 3 Little Fishies (performed by Kermit, Gonzo, Robin and Walter)
  • Pigs in Space Sketch #-Power failure
  • At the Dance-same as always
  • Veterenarian's Hospital-Fozzie as the patient
  • Muppet News Flash-Cluckitus
  • Sam's Editorial Speech-Giving up evil ways and violence
  • The Swedish Chef Sketch #-Molasses cookies
  • Muppet Labs Sketch #-Time Travel Machine 700
  • Closing Musical #-Looby Loo (performed by Kermit, Robin, Fozzie, Scooter, Sweetums, 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.