Heaven is the paradise available in the afterlife according to Christian theology. It is also the home of The Boss, Daniel, Glenn, and assorted angels in It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie. This version of Heaven consists largely of a shining white office space, full of cubicles and computers where angels do their work beneath a cloud ceiling. A door leads to the Boss' private sanctum: a pastoral valley full of flowers, green grass, a Jurassic butterfly, and a couch strategically located to view the affairs of the world (or SpongeBob).
A more traditional Heaven is glimpsed in The StoryTeller episode "The Soldier and Death" (which also appears in illustrated form by Darcy May in the book adaptation), while a theatrical representation is seen on The Muppet Show for the number "Great Day".
The Dinosaurs episode "The Last Temptation of Ethyl" features a version of heaven, referred to simply as "The Afterlife." Ethyl is transported there after a near death experience but is returned to Pangaea since it's not yet her time. After Ethyl starts "pushing the Afterlife," she returns a second time and Grandpa Louie warns her that she could go somewhere "not so nice," a personal hell consisting of dozens of Earl clones.
- In the Bear in the Big Blue House episode "A Berry Bear Christmas," Jack the Dog wakes up in the Big Blue House after nearly freezing to death outside, and says, "I hope this is heaven. Otherwise..."
- Vouching for the Crew of the Hispaniola, Long John Silver says, "you could sail to Heaven and back with these men."
- In an outtake from Letters to Santa, Kermit walks through his apartment door into a stage light and says, "Oh look, it's heaven!"
- In Muppets Tonight episode 103, when Sam the Eagle gets stuck on his political talk spot with Andy and Randy Pig, he comments, "and they say purgatory doesn't exist."