Peter Ustinov dubs his own voice in the French version of this episode, which ran as part of the dubbed series Le Muppet Show.
This is the second time someone else, instead of Kermit, says, "See you next time on The Muppet Show!" at the end of the episode. The first time was episode 111. In this episode, Peter Ustinov says it in his Kermit impression.
Statler comments on music soothing the savage beast. However, Waldorf points out that it is not the case here when Animal joins them in their box to shake them.
Miss Piggy tells Kermit that her heart is going "pitter-patter" over being so near to the man she has loved for years. Kermit soon finds out, though, that she is actually speaking of their guest star, Peter Ustinov. After all, he is a renisaince man and Kermit is only a leg man.
Fozzie Bear enters backstage looking for Peter. He explains to Kermit how appearing with Peter in a sketch is the highlight of his career. Last week, as Kermit points out, Fozzie said appearing in a sketch with him was the highlight of his career. Fozzie states simply, "I was wrong."
Hilda tells Kermit how Peter told her she has an exquisite hem-stitch. Kermit reminds Hilda that he has always told her that her craftsmanship as a seamstress is superb and flawless. She replies, "What does a frog know?"
Muppet News Flash: The Newsman receives a report from Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Felix Oglebaum claims to have discovered a cure for the common cold! First you stay away from sick people, then wrap your head in a number-ten-sized brown paper bag and pour honey over yourself. Finally, hold your breath for about an hour or so.
Panel Discussions: Psychiatry is discussed. Peter plays the part of a psychiatrist whose every word is countered by the confused, but opinionated, Cynthia Birdley.
Scooter asks Kermit for Peter Ustinov's autograph, then reveals to Kermit that he wants to be just like Peter when he grows up. Kermit thought he wanted to be like him, but Scooter tells him, "I was wrong."