|Air Date||November 16, 1997|
|Written by||Jennifer Barrow, Dick Blasucci, Paul Flaherty, Darin Henry, Jim Lewis, Bernie Keating, Kirk Thatcher and Patric Verrone|
Clifford notices that everyone thinks Dennis Quaid does a better job running the studios, and he begins to feel left out and rejected. Meanwhile, Gilbert Gottfried wins a date with Kermit, and Kermit tries to survive it.
- "Dancing with Myself" sung by Gonzo
- "Great Balls of Fire" sung by Dennis
- Kermit's Dragonheart screen test
- "Up on the Roof" sung by Clifford
- A clip of The Two-Headed Comic from episode 110 can be seen on the screens of the KMUP control room.
- A clip of "The Eagle's Nest" from episode 105 can be seen on the TV in the commissary.
- The Bride of Frankenstein parody picture taken for The Miss Piggy Calendar 1982 can be seen as a movie poster, hanging in the KMUP commissary.
- Leslie Carrara-Rudolph makes a live appearance as Gilbert Gottfried's friend.
- Bill Barretta - Pepe, Bobo, Marty Pipkin, Zippity Zap
- Kevin Clash - Cliffor
- Dave Goelz - Gonzo, Waldorf, Bill the Bubble Guy, Artie Pipkin
- Brian Henson - Seymour, Nigel, IRS Appeal Officer
- Jerry Nelson - Statler
- Steve Whitmire - Kermit, Rizzo, Eugene, Pigeon
- Leslie Carrara-Rudolph - Pigeon
- Phil Baron
- Tim Blaney
- Thomas Fountain
- Doug Legacy
- Len Levitt
- Drew Massey
- Steven Ritz-Barr
- Clifford, Kermit the Frog, Gonzo, Rizzo the Rat, Statler and Waldorf, Seymour, Pepe the King Prawn, Bobo the Bear, Bill the Bubble Guy, Nigel, Eugene, Lucky the Duck, Artie and Marty Pipkin, Zippity Zap, Pigeons, Ozzie
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