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* "[[I Get a Kick Out of You]]" (''Anything Goes'')
 
* "[[I Get a Kick Out of You]]" (''Anything Goes'')
 
:- [[Wayne and Wanda|Wayne & Wanda]], ''The Muppet Show'', [[Episode 110: Harvey Korman|episode 110]]
 
:- [[Wayne and Wanda|Wayne & Wanda]], ''The Muppet Show'', [[Episode 110: Harvey Korman|episode 110]]
:- [[Ethel Mermaid]] on ''[[Sesame Street]]''
 
   
 
* "[[You're the Top]]" (''Anything Goes'')
 
* "[[You're the Top]]" (''Anything Goes'')
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* Telly Monster also sang a parody of the titular song, "[[Everything Goes]]", as he packs for a day in the park.
 
* Telly Monster also sang a parody of the titular song, "[[Everything Goes]]", as he packs for a day in the park.
   
* A computer and mouse sing "I Get a Click Out of You" in the ''[[Elmo's World]]'' episode "[[Elmo's World: Computers|Computers]]"
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* [[Ethel Mermaid]] sing "[[I Get a Kick Out of U]]" on ''[[Sesame Street]]''.
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* A computer and mouse sing "I Get a Click Out of You" in the ''[[Elmo's World]]'' episode "[[Elmo's World: Computers|Computers]]."
   
 
==Connections==
 
==Connections==

Revision as of 23:14, February 18, 2010

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"Anyone's Nose"

Anything Goes is a Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, and a collaboration on the book by multiple authors, including P.G. Wodehouse. The story is a love triangle aboard an ocean liner bound from New York City to London, where nightclub singers, mobsters, heiresses, and Royalty intermingle in a game of mistaken identities and cat and mouse.

Songs preformed by the Muppets

- Wayne & Wanda, The Muppet Show, episode 110
- Kermit & Ethel Merman, The Muppet Show, episode 122
  • "Friendship" (from the revival of Anything Goes)
- Ethel Merman & Fozzie Bear, The Muppet Show, episode 122
- Kermit the Frog and Robin, The Muppet Show, episode 519
- Dolly Parton & Miss Piggy on Dolly

References

  • Telly Monster also sang a parody of the titular song, "Everything Goes", as he packs for a day in the park.

Connections

  • John Barrowman played Billy in both the 1989/90 the 2001 London revivals.
  • Louise Gold played Reno Sweeney in London in 1990, and on the JAY/TER Studio Cast album.
  • Bill McCutcheon played Moonface Martin in the 1987 Broadway revival.
  • Ethel Merman played Reno Sweeney in the original Broadway production
  • Leslie Uggams took over the role of Reno Sweeney in the 1987 Broadway revival

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