Amanda and Emily discuss the good and bad things about autumn, including pumpkin things. Oh, and Emily has a secret confession about snowman.
The wildly boring but amazingly humorous conversation continues downstairs while Miss Piggy drops inside the upstairs window.
Listen as Steve insults all your favorite hair bands from the 80s.
We get to sit in on a mundane conversation turned hilarious by John Cleese and Joan Sanderson as Miss Piggy makes her way up the side of the building.
The story moves over to 17 Highbrow Street and Miss Piggy peeks into the window of a fancy couple having dinner.
Steve and Charlie tackle this 50’s horror movie style parody of Thomas Dolby. Theme Improvised by Anthony Riley Charlie and Steve drawn by Bob Kodzis
Kermit finishes his big song and dance number, Fozzie confuses himself and Kermit in the mirror and then Kermit gives in and invites Fozzie on his date.
“Stepping Out with a Star” continues as Kermit finishes getting dressed for his date with Lady Holiday.
Kermit explains why Fozzie can’t come on the date and then starts to get dressed while singing “Steppin’ Out with a Star.”
Inspired by the hit Stars on 45, we discuss the first Weird Al Polka Medley.
A Muppets News Flash comes in reporting on Kermit and Lady Holiday’s date and Kermit gets ready for the big night.
Annie and Jenn delve into the oh-so-controversial world of “Gillovny” and its effect on the fandom. We also discuss our experiences at Spooky Empire in Orlando. Listeners be advised: there will be not much (if any) discussion of the actualRead more…