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Episode 406: Linda Lavin

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The Muppet Show
Guest Starring Linda Lavin
Production Dates May 29-31, 1979
Home Video
Lindalavin
Kermitbirthday

Miss Piggy announces that this show is Kermit's birthday, and before he can react, she launches into the tribute she's organized. They've planned a This Is Your Life-style show with birthday greetings, including one from Mr. Dawson, Kermit's old acting coach from Leland, Mississippi. Wayne and Wanda, the singing duo from the first season, show up and give Kermit such a guilt trip that he rehires them. When they sing, Kermit remembers why he fired them in the first place, and he does it again. At the end of the show, Kermit admits that it's not his birthday, which is about four months from now.

Songs/Sketches

Notes

  • Watch the final production number closely. As Linda's walking down the huge birthday cake and the Muppets are walking up, she elbows her way past Fozzie.

Cast

Muppets:

Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Scooter, Rowlf the Dog, Statler and Waldorf, Dr. Teeth, Floyd Pepper, Zoot, Janice, Animal, The Swedish Chef, Robin the Frog, Wayne, Wanda, Annie Sue, Mr. Dawson, Zuzu Fitzwaller, Frogs, Mrs. Appleby

Background Muppets:

Cow, Catgut, Horse, Old Lady, Muppy, Lew Zealand, Sam the Eagle, Louis Kazagger, Quongo, Beauregard, Marvin Suggs, Zelda Rose, Wolfhound, Frackles, Chickens

Performers

Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, Rowlf, Dr. Teeth, Waldorf, and the Swedish Chef
Frank Oz as Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, and Animal
Jerry Nelson as Floyd Pepper, Robin, Zuzu Fitzwaller, and Horse
Richard Hunt as Scooter, Wayne, Statler, Janice, and Cow
Dave Goelz as Gonzo, Zoot, and Mr. Dawson
Kathryn Mullen as Wanda and Mrs. Appleby
Louise Gold as Annie Sue
Steve Whitmire as others


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