Jell-O is a brand of gelatin invented in 1897 by Pearle Bixby Wait. It is typically served as a dessert in the form of fruit gels, puddings and cream pies.
- Pleading with Gene Kelly to dance on stage in The Muppet Show episode 501, Kermit says "If you don't go on, I'll have to. And I can't dance my way out of warm Jell-O."
- The Don't Drop Inn serves cooked Jell-O.
- In the queuing area for Muppet*Vision 3D, one of the many pun-inspired props is "a net full of Jell-O."
- Hooper's Store serves Jell-O with whipped cream for $0.80 as seen in Episode 4123.
- When Kermit rallies the Muppets to save Gonzo from C.O.V.N.E.T. in Muppets from Space, Pepe offers a handful of loose Jell-O.
- Playing word association on Clevver News, Kermit and Piggy respond to JLaw simultaneously with Jell-O.
- Desiree Casado appeared in a 1994 Jell-O commercial
- Seth Green played Alfalfa in a series of commercials for Jell-O Gelatin Pops during the 1980s
- Jack Benny advertised for Jell-O on The Jack Benny Program