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2 00:00:08,599 --> 00:00:10,001 [knocking on door]

3 00:00:10,066 --> 00:00:13,402 Leo Sayer. Fifteen seconds to curtain, Mr. Sayer.

4 00:00:13,466 --> 00:00:14,733 Thank you, Scooter.

5 00:00:14,800 --> 00:00:18,703 You know, l don't really believe this is rhe Muppet Show. It's so quiet here.

6 00:00:18,766 --> 00:00:21,268 - You can hear a pin drop. - [bowling ball rolling]

7 00:00:24,399 --> 00:00:27,736 - [laughing] - Strike!

8 00:00:28,833 --> 00:00:31,535 Now l believe it's rhe Muppet Show.

9 00:00:31,600 --> 00:00:32,934 [drumroll]

10 00:00:33,000 --> 00:00:38,538 lt's rhe Muppet Show, with our vey special guest star, Leo Sayer. Yay!

11 00:00:52,666 --> 00:00:56,336

  1. It's time to play the music

It's time to light the light

12 00:00:56,399 --> 00:01:00,604

  1. It's time to meet the Muppets

on The Muppet Show tonight

13 00:01:00,666 --> 00:01:04,669

  1. It's time to put on makeup

It's time to dress up right

14 00:01:04,733 --> 00:01:06,768

  1. It's time to get things started

15 00:01:06,833 --> 00:01:09,035

  1. Why don't you get things started?

16 00:01:09,099 --> 00:01:10,768 Come back here, Statler.

17 00:01:10,833 --> 00:01:13,235 lf l have to stay and watch this, so do you.

18 00:01:13,299 --> 00:01:15,268

  1. It's time to get things started

19 00:01:15,333 --> 00:01:17,468

  1. On the most sensational, inspirational

20 00:01:17,533 --> 00:01:19,701

  1. Celebrational, Muppetational

21 00:01:19,766 --> 00:01:25,471

  1. This is what we call

The Muppet Show #

22 00:01:26,333 --> 00:01:28,535 - [explosions] - [trumpet squeak]

23 00:01:28,599 --> 00:01:30,001 My teeth!

24 00:01:32,400 --> 00:01:35,369 Thank you, thank you, and welcome again to rhe Muppet Show.

25 00:01:35,433 --> 00:01:37,802 We're vey excited about tonight's guest star

26 00:01:37,866 --> 00:01:41,269 because it's not vey often we have any really good rock on the show.

27 00:01:41,333 --> 00:01:44,536 Yeah! We rocks are pre_ upset by it.

28 00:01:44,599 --> 00:01:46,401 Uh, l suppose that's true.

29 00:01:46,466 --> 00:01:48,668 l guess we've been taking you for granite.

30 00:01:49,533 --> 00:01:51,268 - [grunts] - [groans]

31 00:01:51,333 --> 00:01:54,135 Just my luck, a rock with no sense of humor.

32 00:01:54,200 --> 00:01:56,802 Get out of here. OK, as l was tying to say,

33 00:01:56,866 --> 00:01:59,935 here is one of the truly great stars of rock music,

34 00:02:00,000 --> 00:02:03,870 the delightFul Mr. Leo Sayer, who makes us feel like dancing.

35 00:02:06,933 --> 00:02:09,935 (# You Make Me Feel Like DancingI

36 00:02:26,966 --> 00:02:30,369

  1. You've got a cute way of talkin'

37 00:02:32,133 --> 00:02:35,202

  1. You've got the better of me

38 00:02:37,266 --> 00:02:40,736

  1. Just snap your fingers

and l'm walking

39 00:02:40,800 --> 00:02:45,204

  1. Like a dog, hanging on your lead

40 00:02:47,066 --> 00:02:51,403

  1. l'm in a spin, you know

Shaking on a string, you know

41 00:02:51,466 --> 00:02:54,869

  1. You make me feel like dancing

42 00:02:54,933 --> 00:02:56,934

  1. l want to dance the night away

43 00:02:57,000 --> 00:03:01,437

  1. You make me feel like dancing

l'm gonna dance the night away

44 00:03:01,500 --> 00:03:04,870

  1. You make me feel like dancing

45 00:03:05,533 --> 00:03:10,337

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

Dance the night away

46 00:03:10,400 --> 00:03:13,936

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

47 00:03:14,000 --> 00:03:16,001 [vocalizing]

48 00:03:16,066 --> 00:03:19,269

  1. Quarter to four in the morning

49 00:03:21,133 --> 00:03:24,336

  1. l ain't feelin' tired

Wo, no, no, no, no, no

50 00:03:26,199 --> 00:03:29,937

  1. Just hold me tight

And leave on the light

51 00:03:31,199 --> 00:03:34,736

  1. 'Cause l don't want to go home

52 00:03:36,133 --> 00:03:40,704

  1. You've put a spell on me

l'm right where you want me to be

53 00:03:40,766 --> 00:03:45,504

  1. You make me feel like dancing

l want to dance the night away

54 00:03:45,566 --> 00:03:50,437

  1. You make me feel like dancing

l want to dance the night away

55 00:03:50,500 --> 00:03:53,803

  1. You make me feel like dancing

56 00:03:54,533 --> 00:03:57,736

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

57 00:03:57,800 --> 00:03:59,134

  1. Dance the night away

58 00:03:59,199 --> 00:04:04,071

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

Dance the night away

59 00:04:04,133 --> 00:04:08,804

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

Dance the night away

60 00:04:08,866 --> 00:04:14,638

  1. l feel like dancing, dancing

[vocalizing]

61 00:04:14,699 --> 00:04:17,836 [birds vocalizing]

62 00:04:29,533 --> 00:04:34,137

  1. But if you let me stay

We'll dance our lives away

63 00:04:34,199 --> 00:04:39,271

  1. You make me feel like dancing

l'm gonna dance my life away

64 00:04:39,333 --> 00:04:44,137

  1. You make me feel like dancing

l'm gonna dance my life away

65 00:04:44,199 --> 00:04:48,904 - # You make me feel like dancing - # l'm gonna dance my life away

66 00:04:48,966 --> 00:04:52,069 - # l feeljust like dancing - # You make me feel like dancing

67 00:04:52,133 --> 00:04:54,568 - # l'm gonna dance my life away - # You make me feel

68 00:04:54,633 --> 00:04:57,268 - # You make me feel like dancing - # Just like dancing

69 00:04:57,333 --> 00:04:59,401

  1. l'm gonna dance my life away #

70 00:05:14,766 --> 00:05:18,536 There's something about him reminds me of me when l was young.

71 00:05:18,600 --> 00:05:20,535 - What is it? - Mainly his age.

72 00:05:22,300 --> 00:05:24,935 OK, strike that set. Set up the next number.

73 00:05:25,000 --> 00:05:26,801 - Uh, Kermie. - Hmm?

74 00:05:27,600 --> 00:05:31,737 May l ask you what is this Carbon Paper number coming up next?

75 00:05:31,800 --> 00:05:36,070 Oh, yeah. That's a song that Annie Sue is doing. She's a girl singer.

76 00:05:38,199 --> 00:05:41,002 Uh-huh. Mm-hmm. l see, l see.

77 00:05:41,066 --> 00:05:43,535 Yeah, but she's not at all like you, Miss Piggy.

78 00:05:43,600 --> 00:05:46,069 Oh, of course not, Kermie.

79 00:05:46,133 --> 00:05:50,504 You said she was a girl singer. l am a woman singer.

80 00:05:51,266 --> 00:05:53,868 Yeah, yeah. That is true.

81 00:05:53,933 --> 00:05:57,269 So, uh, what is, uh... what is she, a chicken?

82 00:05:57,333 --> 00:06:00,069 A, what, a goat? She's not a frog, is she?

83 00:06:00,133 --> 00:06:02,068 Uh, no, no, she's a... [stammers]

84 00:06:02,133 --> 00:06:05,135 She's a... She's a... a pig.

85 00:06:06,533 --> 00:06:09,002 - What? - She's a pig.

86 00:06:09,866 --> 00:06:12,535 Another girl pig singer?!

87 00:06:13,600 --> 00:06:16,402 - Yeah, but you're a woman. - Forget that! Who cares?

88 00:06:16,466 --> 00:06:18,701 Yeah, but like l say, she's nothing like you.

89 00:06:18,766 --> 00:06:21,335 - She's vey young... - What?!?

90 00:06:22,333 --> 00:06:24,802 She's just a kid. She's vey inexperienced.

91 00:06:24,866 --> 00:06:27,335 She's just learning the business, Miss Piggy.

92 00:06:27,399 --> 00:06:30,402 Mm-hmm. l have some things to do.

93 00:06:33,800 --> 00:06:35,935 Hello, sir. Do l look all right?

94 00:06:36,000 --> 00:06:39,236 - Oh, Annie Sue, you look wonderFul. - Oh, good.

95 00:06:39,300 --> 00:06:41,335 - Miss Piggy. Miss Piggy? - What?

96 00:06:41,399 --> 00:06:43,935 Uh, would you like to say hello to Annie Sue?

97 00:06:45,333 --> 00:06:48,202 Oh. [chuckles] Hello, Annabel.

98 00:06:49,133 --> 00:06:52,102 Miss Piggy! How do you do, ma'am?

99 00:06:52,166 --> 00:06:54,535 Yes, if you'll both excuse me.

100 00:06:56,000 --> 00:06:59,670 - Yeah, she had some things to do. - [crashing and yelling]

101 00:07:02,399 --> 00:07:04,201 lt sounds like she's doing them now.

102 00:07:04,266 --> 00:07:06,868 - Uh, l think l better go introduce you. - Oh, sure.

103 00:07:06,933 --> 00:07:08,668 [Miss Piggy yelling]

104 00:07:10,466 --> 00:07:12,201 And now, here to entertain you,

105 00:07:12,266 --> 00:07:14,668 the Muppets' delightFul little lady of song...

106 00:07:14,733 --> 00:07:17,469 - [plates breaking] - [Miss Piggy yelling, muffled]

107 00:07:17,533 --> 00:07:21,536 Uh, that is, one of the Muppets' delightFul ladies of song,

108 00:07:21,600 --> 00:07:23,868 uh, Miss Annie Sue.

109 00:07:23,933 --> 00:07:27,336 I# Carbon Pape_

110 00:07:27,399 --> 00:07:31,203

  1. You put a piece ofcarbon paper

under your heart

111 00:07:31,266 --> 00:07:34,869

  1. And gave me just a copy of your love

112 00:07:35,533 --> 00:07:39,403

  1. Each dove and pigeon'll

know who got the original

113 00:07:39,466 --> 00:07:43,203

  1. Darling, can't you see

what you mean to me

114 00:07:43,266 --> 00:07:47,470

  1. Oh, how you fooled me

with those giggles, winks and nudges

115 00:07:47,533 --> 00:07:51,870

  1. The love that you gave me

was a duplicate with smudges

116 00:07:51,933 --> 00:07:56,404

  1. 'Cause you put a piece

of carbon paper under your heart

117 00:07:56,466 --> 00:08:00,203

  1. And gave mejust a copy...

Here we go, eveybody!

118 00:08:00,266 --> 00:08:03,268 [tapping]

119 00:08:14,733 --> 00:08:18,603

  1. Oh, how you fooled me with

those giggles, winks and nudges

120 00:08:18,666 --> 00:08:23,537

  1. The love that you gave me

was a duplicate with smudges

121 00:08:23,600 --> 00:08:28,137

  1. 'Cause you put a piece

of carbon paper under your heart

122 00:08:28,199 --> 00:08:30,735

  1. And gave me just a copy of

123 00:08:32,600 --> 00:08:37,938

  1. Gave me just a second sheet of love #

124 00:08:38,733 --> 00:08:41,168 [applause]

125 00:08:41,233 --> 00:08:43,134 Terrific! l love her.

126 00:08:43,200 --> 00:08:47,037 That little bundle of talent's the only thing that'll keep this show going.

127 00:08:47,100 --> 00:08:50,102 Shall we shoot her now before she ruins evemhing?

128 00:08:53,066 --> 00:08:54,901 Hey, that was terrific, Annie Sue.

129 00:08:54,966 --> 00:08:57,668 Oh, thank you, sir. l was so nervous.

130 00:08:57,733 --> 00:09:01,002 Oh, you were wonderFul. The audience Ioved you. You were a smash.

131 00:09:01,066 --> 00:09:03,134 Oh, thank you, sir!

132 00:09:04,399 --> 00:09:06,335 Speaking of smash.

133 00:09:06,399 --> 00:09:11,271 Uh, Miss Piggy, you know that dramatic recitation you've always wanted to do?

134 00:09:11,333 --> 00:09:13,868 - Of course. - l want you to do it now.

135 00:09:14,600 --> 00:09:15,667 - Really? - Mm-hmm.

136 00:09:15,733 --> 00:09:17,868 l had the stage all set up out there for you.

137 00:09:17,933 --> 00:09:20,669 Oh, Kermit! l'll...

138 00:09:20,733 --> 00:09:23,535 - Which side did she kiss you on? - This one over here.

139 00:09:27,733 --> 00:09:29,734 - [applause] - Oh, thank you, thank you.

140 00:09:29,799 --> 00:09:32,736 - Kermie, it's beautiful. - [loud piano chord]

141 00:09:32,799 --> 00:09:37,070 Oh. Ahem. The Daffodils by William Wordsworth.

142 00:09:37,666 --> 00:09:39,134 [playing piano]

143 00:09:39,200 --> 00:09:41,869 l wandered lonely as a cloud

144 00:09:41,933 --> 00:09:46,070 That floats on high o'er vales and hills

145 00:09:46,533 --> 00:09:48,601 - [sneezes] - [clears throat] Excuse me.

146 00:09:48,666 --> 00:09:51,468 When all at once l saw a crowd

147 00:09:51,533 --> 00:09:55,670 - A host of golden da__ils - Aah-choo!

148 00:09:56,866 --> 00:09:58,734 - Sory. - Ahem.

149 00:09:58,799 --> 00:10:02,136 Beside the lake... Aah-aah-choo!

150 00:10:02,200 --> 00:10:06,470 Ahem. Beside the tree... Aah, aah... Aah-choo!

151 00:10:07,466 --> 00:10:10,001 Aah... aah... aah-choo!

152 00:10:11,866 --> 00:10:15,970 Uh, please excuse me, it's the flow... Aah... aah-choo!

153 00:10:16,033 --> 00:10:19,035 [all sneezing]

154 00:10:22,000 --> 00:10:23,334 Kermit!

155 00:10:24,866 --> 00:10:27,468 All right, where is El Slimo?

156 00:10:27,533 --> 00:10:30,535 Who put the sneezing powder in the flowers?

157 00:10:32,399 --> 00:10:35,669 And what do you have to say for yourself?

158 00:10:35,733 --> 00:10:37,067 [sneezes]

159 00:10:38,733 --> 00:10:40,067 (# The Show Must Go OnI

160 00:10:40,133 --> 00:10:43,336

  1. Baby, although l chose

this lonely life

161 00:10:43,399 --> 00:10:45,802

  1. It seems it's strangling me now

162 00:10:48,633 --> 00:10:51,936

  1. And all the wild men, big cigars

Gigantic cars

163 00:10:52,000 --> 00:10:55,536

  1. They're all laughing at me now

Ha!

164 00:10:56,799 --> 00:11:00,537

  1. Oh, l've been used

Oh, so used

165 00:11:00,600 --> 00:11:05,271

  1. Oh, l've been a fool

Oh, what a fool

166 00:11:05,333 --> 00:11:09,270

  1. And l broke all the rules

l broke all the rules

167 00:11:10,266 --> 00:11:14,603

  1. But l won't let the show go on

168 00:11:17,666 --> 00:11:21,469

  1. Baby, look, there's

an enormous crowd of people

169 00:11:21,533 --> 00:11:24,068

  1. And they're all after my blood

170 00:11:26,533 --> 00:11:30,737

  1. l wish maybe they could tear down

the walls of this Muppet Theater

171 00:11:30,799 --> 00:11:33,736

  1. And let me out

Oh, let me out

172 00:11:34,733 --> 00:11:39,003

  1. But l've been blind

Oh, so blind

173 00:11:39,066 --> 00:11:43,537

  1. Wasting my time

Wasted, wasted, oh, so much time

174 00:11:43,600 --> 00:11:48,571

  1. Walking on the wire

High wire

175 00:11:48,633 --> 00:11:52,837

  1. But l won't let the show go on

176 00:11:56,000 --> 00:11:59,002 [scat singing]

177 00:12:33,799 --> 00:12:37,537

  1. Baby, l wish you'd help me escape

178 00:12:37,600 --> 00:12:39,735

  1. And help me get away

179 00:12:42,666 --> 00:12:45,201

  1. Leave me outside my address

180 00:12:45,266 --> 00:12:48,702

  1. Far away from this masquerade

181 00:12:49,600 --> 00:12:51,635

  1. Masquerade!

182 00:12:51,700 --> 00:12:54,869

  1. l've been used

Oh, so used

183 00:12:54,933 --> 00:12:59,203

  1. l've been a fool

Oh, what a fool

184 00:12:59,266 --> 00:13:03,803

  1. l broke all the rules

l've been used, oh, misused

185 00:13:04,600 --> 00:13:07,402

  1. But l won't let the show go...

What'd l say

186 00:13:07,466 --> 00:13:09,935

  1. l won't let the show

187 00:13:10,000 --> 00:13:15,004

  1. l won't let the show go on #

188 00:13:17,466 --> 00:13:19,935 [applause]

189 00:13:27,533 --> 00:13:29,601 (# She Was One Of The Early BirdsI

190 00:13:32,066 --> 00:13:35,736

  1. It was at the matinee

191 00:13:35,799 --> 00:13:38,869

  1. Sweet Mabel and l did meet

192 00:13:39,866 --> 00:13:43,336

  1. She was in the ballet front row

193 00:13:43,399 --> 00:13:46,402

  1. And l in a balcony seat

194 00:13:47,399 --> 00:13:50,736

  1. She was one of those Dickey birds

195 00:13:50,799 --> 00:13:54,136

  1. Beautiful wings she had on

196 00:13:54,666 --> 00:13:58,136

  1. Figure divine

Wish she were mine

197 00:13:58,200 --> 00:14:01,536

  1. On her l was totally gone

198 00:14:02,133 --> 00:14:05,736

  1. She was a dear little Dickey bird

199 00:14:05,799 --> 00:14:11,071 - [trills] - # She went humming-humming sweetly

200 00:14:11,133 --> 00:14:15,670

  1. She sang to me

till all my money was spent

201 00:14:15,733 --> 00:14:19,603 - [trills] - # Then she went o#-song

202 00:14:19,666 --> 00:14:23,669 - [clucks] - # We parted on fighting terms

203 00:14:24,533 --> 00:14:27,802

  1. She was one of the early birds

204 00:14:27,866 --> 00:14:31,135

  1. And l was one of the worms

205 00:14:31,933 --> 00:14:35,403 - # She was a dear little Dickey bird - [birds singing and chirping]

206 00:14:37,133 --> 00:14:40,936

  1. She went

thrgfour-fivesix sweetly

207 00:14:41,000 --> 00:14:45,471

  1. She sang to me

till all my money was spent

208 00:14:46,200 --> 00:14:49,536

  1. Then she went o#-song

209 00:14:49,600 --> 00:14:53,203 - [off-key cluck] - # We parted on fighting terms

210 00:14:54,266 --> 00:14:57,535

  1. She was one of the early birds

211 00:14:57,600 --> 00:15:00,736

  1. And l was one of the worms

212 00:15:01,733 --> 00:15:04,402 [chirping and whistling]

213 00:15:09,133 --> 00:15:12,469

  1. She was one of the early birds

214 00:15:12,533 --> 00:15:18,272

  1. And l was one of the worms #

215 00:15:18,333 --> 00:15:20,668 [applause]

216 00:15:25,866 --> 00:15:28,535 - Hey, Leo! - Hey, Dr. Teeth!

217 00:15:29,533 --> 00:15:32,802 - Hey, that last number was terrific. - Thank you, Dr. Teeth.

218 00:15:32,866 --> 00:15:36,402 But you know, it sounded good, but it wasn't the arrangement l sent in.

219 00:15:36,466 --> 00:15:38,801 Oh, yeah, your arrangements came yesterday,

220 00:15:38,866 --> 00:15:40,467 Animal had 'em for lunch.

221 00:15:40,533 --> 00:15:43,936 - He ate my arrangements? - He certainly couldn't read them.

222 00:15:44,733 --> 00:15:48,403 When Animal gets anything he either hits it or eats it.

223 00:15:48,466 --> 00:15:50,401 No third alternative.

224 00:15:50,466 --> 00:15:54,403 lnteresting. Anyway, it sounded good. l'd really like to meet Animal.

225 00:15:54,466 --> 00:15:56,901 Hey, you want to meet Animal? That's no problem.

226 00:15:56,966 --> 00:15:58,734 - One thing, though. - What's that?

227 00:15:58,799 --> 00:16:01,836 See that line down there on the floor? Stand behind that line.

228 00:16:01,899 --> 00:16:04,035 - Stand behind it? - Yeah. That's perFect.

229 00:16:04,100 --> 00:16:06,535 Hey, Animal! Come on in here, Animal!

230 00:16:06,600 --> 00:16:08,601 - [Animal] Coming! - [chains rattling]

231 00:16:08,666 --> 00:16:11,101 Dr. Teeth, why do l have to stand behind the line?

232 00:16:11,166 --> 00:16:13,134 That's how far his chain reaches.

233 00:16:13,200 --> 00:16:15,335 - [Animal] Leo Sayer! - [screams]

234 00:16:15,399 --> 00:16:17,268 - Aah! It's Animal! - Ohh!

235 00:16:18,133 --> 00:16:19,868 [growling] Leo!

236 00:16:19,933 --> 00:16:22,335 - [humming] - [knock on door]

237 00:16:22,399 --> 00:16:23,534 Entrez.

238 00:16:24,333 --> 00:16:27,269 Uh, excuse me, Miss Piggy, Annie Sue is outside.

239 00:16:27,333 --> 00:16:29,068 Good. She can stay there.

240 00:16:29,133 --> 00:16:32,202 Aw. Listen, Miss Piggy, she just has something to say to you.

241 00:16:32,266 --> 00:16:35,135 Why don't you be nice to her for my sake, OK?

242 00:16:35,799 --> 00:16:39,336 [sighs] All right, Kermie, l shall be nice to her.

243 00:16:39,399 --> 00:16:41,468 But iust pour vous.

244 00:16:41,533 --> 00:16:44,335 - Aw, thank you. - Send in the little merp.

245 00:16:46,533 --> 00:16:49,002 - l'll be nice. - OK.

246 00:16:53,466 --> 00:16:57,336 Oh, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy!

247 00:16:57,399 --> 00:17:00,603 - All right. - Oh, l can't believe it.

248 00:17:00,666 --> 00:17:04,336 Here l am, face to face with a real superstar.

249 00:17:04,400 --> 00:17:07,136 l can actually reach out and touch you.

250 00:17:07,200 --> 00:17:09,001 [growls]

251 00:17:09,066 --> 00:17:11,201 - But l won't. - Good.

252 00:17:11,266 --> 00:17:13,401 l never thought it could happen.

253 00:17:13,466 --> 00:17:17,870 l've been an admirer of yours ever since l was a little baby.

254 00:17:17,933 --> 00:17:19,267 Oh!

255 00:17:22,533 --> 00:17:25,202 lt was so nice of you to open your door to me.

256 00:17:25,266 --> 00:17:29,403 Well, [chuckles] we must do it again sometime, my dear.

257 00:17:29,466 --> 00:17:31,935 - Oh, when? - Well, right now.

258 00:17:33,133 --> 00:17:35,368 Do drop in again sometime.

259 00:17:37,066 --> 00:17:39,935 And put the star back on the door!

260 00:17:41,266 --> 00:17:42,266 [fanfare plays]

261 00:17:42,333 --> 00:17:45,069 OK, moving right along, we bring you a few slick tricks

262 00:17:45,133 --> 00:17:48,336 with our resident hick, Mr. Fozzie Bear!

263 00:17:48,400 --> 00:17:50,802 [orchestra plays]

264 00:17:50,866 --> 00:17:53,868 Thank you, thank you, thank you! Love you! Love you!

265 00:17:54,866 --> 00:17:56,867 Nothing. OK.

266 00:17:56,933 --> 00:18:00,870 Uh, with the help of my Iovely assistant, Miss Annie Sue Pig...

267 00:18:00,933 --> 00:18:03,669 [applause]

268 00:18:03,733 --> 00:18:05,534 Oh, sure, now, yeah.

269 00:18:05,599 --> 00:18:09,470 Uh, l will astonish you all with, uh...

270 00:18:09,533 --> 00:18:12,202 Oh, l forgot what l was gonna do.

271 00:18:12,799 --> 00:18:15,002 Oh, yes! A memoy act!

272 00:18:15,066 --> 00:18:17,468 Aah-ha! How can l forget?

273 00:18:17,533 --> 00:18:22,404 Yes, with the help of my lovely assistant, Annie... Annie...

274 00:18:23,266 --> 00:18:26,602 Oh, help. Annie Thing Pig here, yes,

275 00:18:26,666 --> 00:18:31,837 l shall now demonstrate my remarkable, nay, photographic memoy.

276 00:18:31,900 --> 00:18:34,402 Hey, what's a photographic memoy?

277 00:18:34,466 --> 00:18:37,669 ln your case, a memoy that needs developing.

278 00:18:37,733 --> 00:18:39,534 [both chuckling]

279 00:18:39,599 --> 00:18:42,936 Uh, yeah. Now l shall now ask, uh, Annie...

280 00:18:43,000 --> 00:18:46,803 Hoo-Hah Pig here, uh, to close her eyes

281 00:18:46,866 --> 00:18:50,269 and then l shall describe what she is wearing.

282 00:18:50,333 --> 00:18:53,135 No! Uh, l... l...

283 00:18:53,200 --> 00:18:55,468 No, l will close my eyes

284 00:18:55,533 --> 00:18:59,470 and then, uh, she will... l will describe what she is... Uh, no...

285 00:18:59,533 --> 00:19:03,203 How about we close our eyes and catch some well-earned sleep?

286 00:19:05,466 --> 00:19:07,167 No, no, l got it, listen. Listen.

287 00:19:07,233 --> 00:19:09,668 Uh, Miss... Miss, uh...

288 00:19:09,733 --> 00:19:12,068 Thing-Annie-Thing-Thing here... Yes, yes.

289 00:19:12,133 --> 00:19:16,270 Uh, she will describe what somebody here is wearing, yeah,

290 00:19:16,333 --> 00:19:21,538 and with my eyes shut, l will remember where that person is sitting.

291 00:19:22,466 --> 00:19:24,334 - Drumroll. - [drumroll plays]

292 00:19:24,400 --> 00:19:25,400 OK, do it.

293 00:19:25,466 --> 00:19:30,137 OK, the mystey person is wearing a little brown hat...

294 00:19:30,200 --> 00:19:32,535 - Yep. Yep. - ...a white bomie...

295 00:19:32,599 --> 00:19:36,470 - ...with red polka dots. - Yep. Uh...

296 00:19:36,533 --> 00:19:39,135 - Well, so, is that all he's wearing? - Yeah.

297 00:19:39,200 --> 00:19:41,068 [scoffs] That's ridiculous.

298 00:19:41,133 --> 00:19:45,337 l mean, that means apart from a hat and a tie, he's bare.

299 00:19:45,400 --> 00:19:47,869 - That's right! - It is?

300 00:19:47,933 --> 00:19:51,069 - It's you! - It's me? Of course it's me!

301 00:19:51,133 --> 00:19:54,302 Oh, yes, thank you! Yes, yes. Thank you.

302 00:19:56,700 --> 00:19:59,069 OK, standby for Leo's last number.

303 00:19:59,133 --> 00:20:01,401 Oh, Kermit, l am so embarrassed.

304 00:20:01,466 --> 00:20:05,069 - l forgot evemhing out there. - Don't wory, Fozzie. They loved her.

305 00:20:05,133 --> 00:20:07,134 - Who? - Your assistant, Annie Sue.

306 00:20:07,200 --> 00:20:10,002 Oh, yeah. l forgot. See?

307 00:20:10,066 --> 00:20:12,001 See, it's getting worse. Uh-huh.

308 00:20:12,066 --> 00:20:15,469 - They seemed to like it. - You were wonderFul, Annie Sue.

309 00:20:15,533 --> 00:20:18,702 Oh, thank you, Kermit, sir, but l really didn't do that much.

310 00:20:18,766 --> 00:20:20,968 Well, you saved Fozzie's act, that's all.

311 00:20:21,033 --> 00:20:22,701 - Really? - Sure.

312 00:20:23,266 --> 00:20:24,967 - [gasps] - Oh!

313 00:20:25,733 --> 00:20:28,068 Beats saying that bear was in a lot of trouble.

314 00:20:28,133 --> 00:20:32,070 Yeah? Well, now, it's the frog's turn!

315 00:20:32,133 --> 00:20:34,134 Hii-yaah!

316 00:20:37,000 --> 00:20:39,669 - Hii-yaah! - [screaming]

317 00:20:43,133 --> 00:20:47,604 And now, ladies and gentlemen, our vey special guest star, Mr. Leo Sayer.

318 00:20:47,666 --> 00:20:51,069 (# When l Weed YouI

319 00:21:00,133 --> 00:21:04,537

  1. When l need you

320 00:21:04,599 --> 00:21:10,539

  1. l just close my eyes

and l'm with you

321 00:21:11,266 --> 00:21:17,271

  1. And all that l so want to give you

322 00:21:18,333 --> 00:21:22,670

  1. It's only a heartbeat away

323 00:21:24,000 --> 00:21:28,137

  1. When l need love

324 00:21:28,200 --> 00:21:31,002

  1. l hold out my hands

325 00:21:31,066 --> 00:21:34,736

  1. And l touch love

326 00:21:34,799 --> 00:21:40,805

  1. l never knew there was so much love

327 00:21:41,933 --> 00:21:46,203

  1. Keepin' me warm night and day

328 00:21:48,400 --> 00:21:53,605

  1. Miles and miles of empty space

in bemeen us

329 00:21:55,133 --> 00:21:59,070

  1. A telephone can take the place

of your smile

330 00:22:00,733 --> 00:22:06,738

  1. But you know

l won't be traveling forever

331 00:22:08,133 --> 00:22:11,269

  1. It's cold out, but hold out

332 00:22:11,333 --> 00:22:14,002

  1. And do like l do

333 00:22:14,066 --> 00:22:18,203

  1. When l need you

334 00:22:18,266 --> 00:22:24,271

  1. l just close my eyes and l'm with you

335 00:22:25,000 --> 00:22:31,005

  1. And all that l so want to give you

336 00:22:31,833 --> 00:22:36,304

  1. It's only a heartbeat away

337 00:22:38,733 --> 00:22:43,671

  1. It's not easy

when the road is your driver

338 00:22:45,400 --> 00:22:49,403

  1. Honey, that's a heavy load

that we bear

339 00:22:51,066 --> 00:22:57,071

  1. But you know

l won't be traveling a lifetime

340 00:22:58,599 --> 00:23:01,669

  1. It's cold out, so hold out

341 00:23:01,733 --> 00:23:04,535

  1. And do like l do

342 00:23:04,599 --> 00:23:07,269

  1. Oh, l need you

343 00:23:15,000 --> 00:23:17,001 [growls]

344 00:23:26,466 --> 00:23:28,134 [cackling]

345 00:23:32,133 --> 00:23:35,736

  1. When l need love

346 00:23:35,799 --> 00:23:41,805

  1. l hold out my hands and l touch love

347 00:23:42,799 --> 00:23:48,805

  1. l never knew

there was so much love

348 00:23:49,799 --> 00:23:54,804

  1. Keeping me warm night and day

349 00:23:55,799 --> 00:24:00,538

  1. When l need you #

350 00:24:00,599 --> 00:24:03,069 [vocalizing]

351 00:24:03,133 --> 00:24:05,468 [applause]

352 00:24:11,666 --> 00:24:15,403 Well, guys, we started at the beginning and we've come to the end.

353 00:24:15,466 --> 00:24:19,736 So right now let us have a warm thank you to Mr. Leo Sayer! Yay!

354 00:24:21,533 --> 00:24:22,734 l loved it!

355 00:24:22,799 --> 00:24:24,868 Thanks, Kermit. It was iust wonderFul.

356 00:24:24,933 --> 00:24:28,469 - Leo, Leo, l just want you to know... - Excuse me, pig.

357 00:24:28,533 --> 00:24:30,468 ...you're a wonderFul singer... Leo?

358 00:24:30,533 --> 00:24:35,671 Oh, Annie Sue. You were wonderFul. You know, you'll be a big showbiz star.

359 00:24:35,733 --> 00:24:38,735 - l really feel. - Oh, thanks, Mr. Sayer.

360 00:24:38,799 --> 00:24:41,536 Annabel, Annabel, take a bow.

361 00:24:41,599 --> 00:24:44,002 Good. Now iust stand over there,

362 00:24:44,066 --> 00:24:45,667 where you won't get hurt.

363 00:24:46,466 --> 00:24:48,868 Uh, we'll see you next time on The Muppet Show.

364 00:25:24,466 --> 00:25:27,468 That was an amazing mess of mediocre mediocrity.

365 00:25:27,533 --> 00:25:29,868 - You can say that again. - Wanna bet?

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