|The Jim Henson Hour|
|Air Date||April 14, 1989|
|Jim Henson Intro||
Jim Henson announces that this show is out of this world. This weeks guest is Louie Anderson.
The first episode is themed around science fiction. Digit tells Kermit that he can pick up shows from other planets. Eventually, Digit breaks down, so Kermit, Lindbergh, and Waldo C. Graphic go inside Digit's brain to get him fixed.
"Neutron Dance" by The Extremes.
Miss Galaxy Pageant hosted by Marty the Earthling.
War and Peace, part 1: War (next week: Peace)
Waldo helps Kermit and Lindburgh try to fix Digit from inside his head.
The Adventures of Space Guy
| ||The Storyteller||
"The Heartless Giant"
|Jim Henson Outro||
Jim talks about the guards in the Heartless Giant.
- After Jim's intro, the monitor behind Digit is displaying the 1985 CGI film Chromosaurus, by Don Venhaus and Pacific Data Images, who worked on the CGI for The Jim Henson Hour.
- Kermit the Frog, Digit, Lindbergh, Waldo C. Graphic, Bean Bunny, Gonzo, Vicki, Link Hogthrob, Codzilla, The Extremes, Timrek the Gorf, Oznog, Chickens, Bunnies, Lobsters, Whatnots, Foo-Foo, Jo Beth Garfdoohoo, Zsa Zsa Porkmustard
- Aliens, Anthony, The Teppums, Koozebanian Phoob, Boo Monster, Pink Frackle, Shakey Sanchez, Jade Green Frackle, Gertha, Slithy Tove, Cinders, Lugsy, Twitch
- Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, Timrek the Gorf, and Link Hogthrob
- Jerry Nelson as a Combat Lobster, narrator, Jo Beth Garfdoohoo, and one of The Extremes
- Dave Goelz as Digit and Gonzo
- Steve Whitmire as Waldo C. Graphic, Bean Bunny, Foo-Foo, and one of the Extremes
- Kevin Clash as Leon, Clifford, Codzilla, and one of the Extremes
- Fran Brill as Vicki and Lobster Debbie
- Dan Redican as Zsa Zsa Porkmustard
- Rob Mills as a Combat Lobster
- Gordon Robertson as Lindbergh
- Sharon Lee Williams as one of The Extremes (uncredited)
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