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Muppets Home Page was a Muppet web page maintained by Muppet fan Bill Sherman, which started in the early 1990s. For some time, the site served as one of the most popular Muppet sites on the web, having appeared in the booklet for Muppets Inside. Updates after 1996 had been few and far between; the page was last updated in 2001, and is currently defunct.
The site featured a variety of list/episode guide pages, along with links to other Muppet pages on the internet. There was a news section, a reviews section, an album guide, and a software guide. The most substantial item was the "Muppography", which compiled several Henson-related lists, including listings of Henson movies, series, specials, video releases, non-fiction books, guest appearances, commercials, albums, video games, software, and episode lists for The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, The Storyteller, The Jim Henson Hour, Mother Goose Stories, The Storyteller: Greek Myths, Dinosaurs, The Animal Show, and Muppets Tonight.
Muppets Home Page included more detail episode guides to The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, Dinosaurs (limited to the 58 episodes that were initially broadcast on ABC), Muppets Tonight, and The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. While most of the episode guides just had titles and basic descriptions for the episodes, the Muppets Tonight episode guide had detailed descriptions of the first season episodes. The Muppet Show guide had shows arranged alphabetically by guest, listed songs and sketches, and included a very brief description of the backstage plots. The UK Spots were not listed. An additional page listed every episode featuring the various recurring sketches.
A Sesame Street page covered the recurring sketches; included were guides to Ernie and Bert sketches, Super Grover, Waiter Grover, Monsterpiece Theater (only listing the various titles, with no descriptions), Sesame Street News Flash, and various game shows, as well as a separate page for other types of Muppet skits (including two street stories). This section also included a "Whatever happened to...?" page, concerning Roosevelt Franklin, Sam the Robot, and Little Bird.