The following is a list of Muppet Mentions made in notable productions produced for the internet outside of the Henson/Sesame fold, all of which are too brief or minor to constitute having their own page in the Internet Mentions category.
- In a Let's Play of Flappy Birds featuring Orange he says maybe it would help if he sings to the tune Rubber Duckie while playing the game and the background used in the video has Orange as Ernie & Grapefruit as Bert.
- In the season two episode "Still Broken," a discarded puppet of Baby Sinclair is seen in a pile of 1990's sitcom trash.
- Alan Arkin voiced J.D. Salinger
- Will Arnett voices Bojack
- Lance Bass voiced himself
- Kristin Chenoweth voices Vanessa Gecko
- Ed Helms voiced Kyle
- Anjelica Huston voiced Angela Diaz
- Ken Jeong voices Dr. Allen Hu
- John Krasinski voiced Secretariat
- Garry Marshall voiced Abe
- Keith Olbermann voiced Tom Jumbo-Grumbo
- Kristen Schaal voices Sarah Lynn
- Liev Schreiber voiced Copernicus
- Amy Sedaris voices Princess Carolyn
- Nicole Sullivan voiced Tracy
- Stanley Tucci voices Herb Kazzaz
- Naomi Watts voiced herself
- Henry Winkler voiced himself
- One "Everything Wrong With..." video is on Labyrinth. One clip of the post-review stinger, which features Jareth's army of Goblins parading around, has the theme from Fraggle Rock dubbed over.
- The Fraggle Rock theme is also used briefly in the stinger for the review of the Disney movie Frozen, this clip involving the rock trolls.
- In "Everything Wrong With CinemaSins", Jeremy says that he and Chris Atkinson, who created CinemaSins with him, are "not reviewers", while showing a shot of Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, but that they are "a**holes", while showing a shot of Statler and Waldorf.
- In "Everything Wrong With How the Grinch Stole Christmas", when they show the Grinch as a kid, guest reviewer Doug Walker (AKA The Nostalgia Critic) lampoons the Muppet Babies theme song: "Grinchy babies, they make nightmares come truuuuuuue!" In one clip of the post-review stinger, featuring this very scene, the actual Muppet Babies theme plays. Also during the post-review stinger, "It Feels Like Christmas" from The Muppet Christmas Carol plays over the Who-bilation.
- In "Everything Wrong With Cars", as Lightning McQueen discovers Doc Hudson's set of Piston Cups and exclaims, "He has THREE Piston Cups?", Jeremy says, in imitation of Count von Count, "No, FOUR Piston Cups! Ah ah ah ah ah!"
- In "Everything Wrong With Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze", one reference is made to The Great Muppet Caper.
- In "Everything Wrong With Shrek", when Princess Fiona's true form is revealed, as an ogress, even though she has human parents, Jeremy wonders why she couldn't stay human and "have a Kermit/Miss Piggy relationship".
- In the post-review stinger for the review of It Follows, a scene showing one of the girls riding her bike in the playground is accompanied by "Couldn't We Ride" playing in the background.
- In the stinger for "Everything Wrong With Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", a scene showing the Enterprise's running lights coming on is accompanied by "The Muppet Show Theme" ("... it's time to light the lights...").
- In the stinger for "Everything Wrong With Cinderella" (the 1950 animated film), a scene showing the King and the Grand Duke in the balcony is dubbed over with a Statler and Waldorf joke from The Muppet Show.
- In an animated parody called "Angry Birds PSA" released on February 22, 2011, Miss Piggy and Big Bird are among various fictional birds and pigs who decry the bird-on-pig violence of the Angry Birds video game. Piglet, Donald Duck, Daffy Duck, and Darkwing Duck also appear.
- "If Adult TV Shows Were Remade for Children" from July 28, 2011, imagines a kids' version of Mad Men titled Mad Men Babies, using a Muppet Babies-like font, a Nanny-like character, and a sign reading "Henson Cooper Nursery".
- "Muppet Teens" from July 23, 2012, imagines a sequel to Muppet Babies with rebellious, delinquent, and profane teenage Muppets.
- In Fred Goes to the Movies!, Fred goes to see an R-rated movie titled Nightmare on Sesame Street.
Funny or Die
- In the video "Jean Dujardin's Villain Auditions," one of his auditions is for "Muppets 2", which has him saying "Kermit..." in a menacing way.
- The song "Handjob, Blandjob, I Don't Understand Job" features references to Elmo and Statler and Waldorf. And, in the end, two people appear in Statler and Waldorf masks.
Glove and Boots
Glove and Boots is YouTube series of short comedy videos produced by Bento Box Entertainment. The videos feature a selection of hand-and-rod puppets; the two main video hosts are Mario (the red wild-looking puppet) and Fafa the groundhog.
- In one video, Mario answers the question "Is Mario related to Elmo?"
- One blog, prompted by viewers' comparisons to the Muppets, suggests that the Muppets have been replaced by pod people, focusing on their ABC show.
- In "Presidential Candidates - They Could Be Worse", Elmo is among seven candidates for President at the 2016 "Even Worse Presidential Candidates Debate" (along with Kylo Ren, Vlad the Impaler, Gargamel, Mojo Jojo, Bluto, and a Borg drone). The Borg ends up assimilating Elmo, who becomes 'Elmodicon of Borg'.
How It Should Have Ended
- In "How The Phantom Menace Should Have Ended" a number of aliens from other franchises are shown in the Galactic Senate from the 1999 Star Wars movie. Two Gonzos are among them. Others include ALF, Spock and Gorn from Star Trek, Xenomorphs from the Aliens movies, Santa Claus, George Lucas, Daleks from Doctor Who, E.T. from E. T. - the Extra-Terrestrial, Superman and Supergirl, and Kang and Kodos from The Simpsons.
The Irate Gamer
- In his review of the video game Q*Bert, Chris Bores, the Irate Gamer, tries to figure out what exactly a Q*Bert is, by breaking down the name itself, only to be left with more questions than answers; the "Bert" part of "Q*Bert" is revealed to be Bert from Sesame Street (the "Q" part is revealed to Q from Star Trek).
- In their 2011 Year in Review video "2011, Buh-Bye!", popsicle stick puppets of Bert and Ernie appear singing "We told the whole world, 'We're not gay!'" Caricatures of Kermit the Frog and Jason Segel are also seen briefly.
- The 2012 Year in Review video, "The End is Here!," features Jerry Nelson in Heaven, holding an angelic version of The Count. A small doll of Big Bird also appears in Mitt Romney's box as he's booted from the White House premises.
- In Phelous' review of Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman, clips from A Muppet Family Christmas where Statler and Waldorf heckle Fozzie and the Snowman are mixed with with clips of the puppet-like Jack Frost from the movie.
- The video "Phelan & Allison Try to Survive Sesame Street" features Phelan (Phelous) and Allison (Obscurus Lupa) driving to a seedy Sesame Street located in Canada.
- In Phelous' review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Gettin' Down in Your Town, he remarks, "For those of you who think I'm too boring and have an annoying Muppet voice, which is a contradiction in terms in my book..."
- In Rowdy C.'s TV Trash review of Sonic Underground, he criticizes the show's music, saying that the Muppet Babies sing better than them.
- In the TV Trash review of Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills, Rowdy comments on the show's puppeteering, "The fact that I just saw the new Muppet movie only makes this more painful."
- In the TV Trash review of Snoopy's Reunion, Rowdy comments in regards to Snoopy and his siblings playing music that they're "[n]ot quite Electric Mayhem level, but I'd still take them over the Country Bears."
- For the first week of his TV Trash Summer Spectacular about dinosaurs in 2013, Rowdy reviewed Dinosaurs.
Say Goodnight Kevin
- In Kevin's review of Psalty: Kids Praise 5, following a random song sequence, a clip form Muppet Treasure Island is shown showing the Muppets stepping off camera following the "Cabin Fever" number.
- In Kevin's review of McGee and Me: The Not-So Great Escape, McGee asks Nicholas why he doesn't just stick his head in a garbage can, to which Nicholas replies, "Because then I'd have to live with you." After this, a clip of Oscar the Grouch is shown.
- In Kevin's review of Saving Christmas, Kirk Cameron mentions liking Christmas cookies in the opening, after which a clip of Cookie Monster from Christmas Eve on Sesame Street is played.
Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy
- In "A Scotsman who can't watch a movie without shouting..." the title character watches The Muppet Movie and yells at Kermit for not using his brain to make decisions such as taking a Studebaker to Hollywood, and picking up other puppets on the way.
Some Jerk with a Camera
- In Jerk's review of The Country Bears movie, he criticizes the movie's realistic-looking versions of the Bears, and compares them with Fozzie Bear, accompanied by clips from The Muppet Show.
- A clip from Muppet*Vision 3D is used in Jerk's retrospective on Epcot.
- June 7, 2012: Simon Doonan writes about his own narcissism, comparing himself to Miss Piggy: "Like Miss Piggy, I am completely in the thrall of moi, and I happily acknowledge the fact. When she said, 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be necessary from time to time to give a stupid or misinformed beholder a black eye,' Miss P. spoke for us both. There are two pink follow spots up in the sky: one is pointed directly at Miss Piggy, and the other one is drenching yours truly in flattering light." 
- June 8, 2012: Dahlia Lithwick espouses the Muppet Theory, a paradigm that divides the world into two types of people: Chaos Muppets and Order Muppets.
- "Chaos Muppets are out-of-control, emotional, volatile. They tend toward the blue and fuzzy. They make their way through life in a swirling maelstrom of food crumbs, small flaming objects, and the letter C. Cookie Monster, Ernie, Grover, Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and—paradigmatically—Animal, are all Chaos Muppets. Zelda Fitzgerald was a Chaos Muppet. So, I must tell you, is Justice Stephen Breyer."
- "Order Muppets—and I’m thinking about Bert, Scooter, Sam the Eagle, Kermit the Frog, and the blue guy who is perennially harassed by Grover at restaurants (the Order Muppet Everyman)—tend to be neurotic, highly regimented, averse to surprises and may sport monstrously large eyebrows. They sometimes resent the responsibility of the world weighing on their felt shoulders, but they secretly revel in the knowledge that they keep the show running. Your first grade teacher was probably an Order Muppet. So is Chief Justice John Roberts."
- "Be it 'Pigs in Space,' Oscar’s garbage can, or producing a hit Broadway show in 19 hours, it’s always crucial to get the ratio of Order-to-Chaos exactly right."
- August 29, 2012: Jeremy Stahl reports on what Swedes think of The Swedish Chef. The verdict: they think he sounds Norwegian, and they wish we'd stop asking them. He also discusses the claim of an actual Swedish chef, Lars "Kuprik" Bäckman, that he may have been Jim Henson's inspiration for the character, an idea that Jerry Juhl categorically dismissed.  In a separate item, Stahl posts videos created by a Swedish YouTube user who has "translated" the Chef's gibberish into the Swedish words he thinks they sound like. 
- October 9, 2012: Rachael Larimore points out that while Big Bird is currently causing a bit of chaos in the Presidential race, he is in fact an Order Muppet; Dahlia Lithwick (originator of the Unified Theory of Muppets) confirms.  In a separate item, Brian Palmer explains why Sesame Street isn't on a commercial television network. 
- Sesame Street is one of the shows made fun of in If Kids Shows Were Real.
A cartoon created by Scott Gairdner satirizing both Muppet Babies and hastily-produced foreign knockoffs of American cartoons, supposedly an original Portuguese creation whose creator is apparently unaware of the existence of Muppet Babies.
- On December 27, 2013, there was presented a video about the "Top 10 Muppets from Sesame Street". They are ranked as follows: Telly Monster at #10; Mr. Snuffleupagus at #9; Grover at #8; Abby Cadabby at #7; Count von Count at #6; Oscar the Grouch at #5; Bert and Ernie at #4; Cookie Monster at #3; Elmo at #2; and Big Bird at #1. Honorable mentions are also given to Sherlock Hemlock, Kermit the Frog and Guy Smiley.
- The video on the Top 10 Cartoons of the 1980s ranks Muppet Babies at #1.