Kermit and Fozzie get out of a jam at the El Sleezo Cafe and decide to team up and hit the road.
Amanda and Emily chat about their biggest fears. Then they talk about other people’s biggest fears. Then they take a quiz to find out their perfect costume in the Teen Scene. Don’t forget to check out a live recording ofRead more…
Kermit and Fozzie put on quite a show, but the crowd gets a bit rowdy and toss around our Muppet pals.
Weird Al takes on Country music with his original song about settling for your second choice. Or at least the best thing you can get.
Fozzie’s performance does not go over very well with the El Sleezo Cafe crowd, but Kermit the Frog steps in to try to save the day.
Kermit gets into trouble with Telly Savalas. Carol Kane pops in for a quick gag. Paul Williams makes his cameo appearance. And we are introduced to the one and only Fozzie the Bear.
Nick and Charlie review last night’s Luck Be A Lady.
From Weird Al’s first album, this song is a personal tribute to an old girlfriend’s ex boyfriend.
We get to explore the inside of the toughest, meanest, filthiest pesthole on the face of the Earth… the El Sleezo Cafe. We meet the owner of the establishment, James Colburn. Kermit watches as frog legs get served up then getsRead more…
Kermit’s bike gets wrecked. We learn how much Austin Pendleton hated being on set. And we end up at the El Sleezo Cafe.
Amanda and Emily embark in a special episode devoted to Amanda’s dad’s favorite subject – Coworkers. Plus a special summer break edition of the Teen Scene. Make sure to check out Tonight’s Tonight this Friday, October 27th for what mightRead more…
The pure joy of Kermit riding is contrasted with the pure terror of the construction of a Doc Hopper’s French Fried Frog Legs location.