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Episode 521: Johnny Cash

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The Muppet Show
Guest Johnny Cash
Production August 11-15, 1980

Johnny Cash and Miss Piggy sing "Orange Blossom Special".

In honor of Johnny Cash's appearance, the show is simulcast over country radio station WHOG, and the radio broadcast threatens to overwhelm the actual show. The head of WHOG, Big Tiny Tall Saddle, insists on making all the decisions. He refuses to let Rowlf go on, and instead schedules Grampaw McGuire and his whistling bricks. Kermit tries to run his own show, but Big Tiny is one of the toughest men alive -- when he's annoyed, he has a habit of wrapping microphone stands around people's necks. Fozzie is replaced by Big Tiny's nephew, Wally Whoopie, a stand-up comedian who makes fun of the bear -- which inspires Kermit to stand up for his friend, and his show.



Johnny cash and miss piggy
  • This is the only episode where the stage setting is the same through the entire episode.



Kermit the Frog, Big Tiny Tallsaddle, Billy Boy, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Rowlf, Statler and Waldorf, Pops, Scooter, The Martins and the Coys, Wally Whoopie, Whatnots, Cows, Bull, Chickens, Lew Zealand, The Gills Brothers, Geri and the Atrics Guitar Player

Background Muppets:

Slim Wilson, Zeke, Gramps, Lou, Bubba, Lubbock Lou, T.R. the Rooster, Old Skyball Paint, Goat, Ducks, Baby, Old Skyball Paint, Beauregard, Gaffer


Jim Henson as Kermit the Frog, Rowlf, Waldorf and Wally Whoopie
Frank Oz as Fozzie Bear and Miss Piggy
Jerry Nelson as Pops, Big Tiny Tall Saddle, Lew Zealand, Slim Wilson and Bearded Man
Richard Hunt as Scooter and Statler
Dave Goelz as Gonzo, Singer, Hillbilly and Beauregard
Steve Whitmire as Billy Boy and Singer
Kathy Mullen as Singer
Louise Gold as Atrics Guitar Player and Singer

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