Moki is an unproduced concept for a TV film first pitched by Jim Henson in April 1967. The film is described as "a genderbending case of mistaken identity in which a long-haired, androgynous young man is mistaken for a female fashion model."
Bernie Brillstein shopped the proposal around, however the unorthodox subject matter was seen as too controversial for networks. One potential director, Howard Morris, told Brillstein in May 1967: "This guy Henson's obviously got a nutty visual mind, [but] this story scares the bejesus out of me. It's not exactly dirty—it just ain't quite clean...the guy is very talented and it's a funny idea, but I guess I'm just old fashioned."