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This is a list of instances in which eyelids can be seen on Muppets who don't normally have them, or they've been extended for those that do. This is usually done to create the appearance of sleep, when the simpler method of turning the character's eyes from the camera won't work for the scene. Some Muppets, like the early Big Bird, have closeable eyelids built in.

Picture Character Description
Abby Cadabby Abby closes her eyes as she drifts off into dreamland in Abby in Wonderland; Episode 4177, when she goes to sleep.
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Akshar Kumar Akshar Kumar, Bollywood movie star from India's Galli Galli Sim Sim in one of his movie roles.
Anything Muppet A Pumpkin Anything Muppet customer sleeps at a nightclub table in "A Body Full of Rhythm."
Baabra Sheep and her two kids With ear muffs covering their ears, they all can sleep without being disturb by the sing-along at the Panwapa community in, "Baa to the Sun, Sing to the Moon."
Baby Bear Episode 3836, exhausted from cooking the huevos rancheros for Maria; Episode 3977, after singing a lullaby to Big Bird; Episode 3925, exhausted from learning to whistle; Episode 4056, after a night of no sleep, and hibernating in Episode 4191.
Bert A sketch with Ernie; Episode 4276, when he and Ernie fall asleep.
Bill the Bubble Guy Episode 107, Bill is in a coma in the Muppets Tonight sketch, While You Were Slapping.
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Camilla the Chicken After Martin Price tries to evade the cops in The Muppets Take Manhattan with Camilla and Gonzo as hostage, Gonzo performs mouth-to-beak resuscitation on Camilla.
The Cat in the Hat The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss Theme, Opening the door for Yertle the Turtle to fall into a puddle and avoiding two Wickershams swinging into each other.
Chickens The Muppets
Cookie Monster Big Bird's Mother Goose.
Cookie Monster As Monster Gaga in Cookie Monster Auditions for Saturday Night Live.
The Countess The Count's Storybook Theater, The Count counts Countesses' snores.
Elmo The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, Kids' Favorite Songs, Happy Healthy Monsters, Bedtime with Elmo, assorted Elmo Variants, Episode 3046, Episode 3663, Episode 3853, Episode 3977, Episode 4117 (as Jelmo), and in Sesame Beginnings as a baby.
Emily Bear At the end of The Muppet Show episode 216.
Ernie The second part of a two part sketch where The Count sleeps over and keeps Ernie up all night. In addition to added eyelids, he also has heavy bags under his eyes.
Ernie In a promotional photo used on an ad for "Nap Time" videos at Ernie also gains eyelids in Episode 3913 and Episode 4276, when he falls asleep at the end of both episodes.
Ernestine Ernestine falls asleep as Gina and Big Bird go through Ernie and Bert's photo album in The Best of Ernie and Bert.
Espinete Barrio Sésamo
Fozzie Bear as the Cowardly Lion The Muppets' Wizard of Oz, when he's affected by the poppies. He is shown both with full eye coverings, and lids extended beyond his normal ones.
Gabriel "Honest Lullaby" in episode 503 of The Muppet Show.
Gonzo Muppets from Space, his standard moving eyelids are extended in a scene to cover his entire eyeballs, and a lower eyelid is added. Also, for a brief scene, his upper eyelids cover his eyes, but open halfway twice.

In The Muppets, while sleeping in the rafters of The Muppet Theater directly above the stage.

Grandpa Jacob The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "Talkin' with the Cat," while sleeping.
The Grinch The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "The Cat in the Hat Takes a Nap," when sleeping.
Grouches A group of grouches receive some extra eyelids in a scene from "The Adventures of Trash Gordon."
Grover Happy Healthy Monsters while relaxing.
Grundgetta Grungetta plays the role of Sleeping Grouchy in Episode 4143.
Henrietta Honker Big Bird helps the baby honker get to sleep in Sleepytime Songs & Stories.
Herry Monster A 1971 sketch where he sleeps in bed snoring with Zs. In an insert, seen in episode 3957, after he and Rosita sing "Monster Lullaby," he falls asleep.
Kermit the Frog When he turns into a "Mr. Hyde" variant in episode 420 of The Muppet Show.
Mr. Knox Mr. Knox and Fox in Socks wait in line at the Travel Center. Mr. Knox becomes very bored (while Fox in Socks paints him).
Mama Fiama When Johnny Fiama sings "You and Me Against the World," he remembers how his mom was always sleeping when he and Sal Minella watch TV and after Johnny finish the song, his mom is sound asleep.
Mean Mama For the number "Hey There, Good Times" in episode 318 of The Muppet Show; in "Hooray for Hollywood" from The Muppets Go Hollywood.
Mojabo Sleeping over at a child's house on Sesame Street (Japan)
Mokey Fraggle Mokey's usual moving eyelids are extended to provide static lids covering her entire eyes while she meditates in "A Cave of One's Own."
Monster Clubhouse Monsters Googel, Narf and Phoebe have eyelids during brief naptimes.
Morton the Elephant Bird The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "Horton Has a Hit," when sleeping in two scenes.
Natasha "Natasha's Lullabye"
Dr. Nobel Price In episode 2282, Dr. Nobel Price is testing a machine he just invented: a "wake-up" machine.
Pepe the King Prawn as Toto The Muppets' Wizard of Oz, when he's affected by the poppies.
Prairie Dawn The Letter of the Day Games for the letters D, P, and Y.
Red Fraggle "A Cave of One's Own" and various episodes from season 3 onwards: "The Day the Music Died", "Red-Handed and the Invisible Thief", "The Secret Society of Poobahs", "Playing Till It Hurts", "Gone, But Not Forgotten", and "The River of Life". Usually, this would be if Red is either sleeping, waking up or not well.
Rizzo Muppets from Space, sleeping and, later, praying.
Rosita Episode 3836, exhausted from cooking the huevos rancheros for Maria that she falls asleep with Big Bird and Baby Bear. In Talk, Listen, Connect. In a Healthy Habits for Life skit when she goes to sleep.
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Rowlf the Dog The Jimmy Dean Show, January 14, 1963; Rowlf gains eyelids and bags when he gets the flu.
Samson Sleepwalking in Sesamstrasse's episode 2468.
Sarah Hall-Small The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "The Cat in the Hat Takes a Nap," when sleeping.
Sleeping Beauty This News Flash sketch shows the contrast between building eyelids for a puppet (Sleeping Beauty) and turning the eyes of another puppet (Prince Charming) away from the camera.
Sleeping Beauty Although she's only so far been used as a one-shot character in this form, Sleeping Beauty's eyelids are replaced with lids that cover her entire eyes at the end of her "Healthy Storybook Moments" sketch.
Slimey the Worm Various Trash Gordon sketches.
Statler In a Muppetism.
Statler and Waldorf The Muppets blooper reel
Telly Episode 4118, after becoming exasperated with Oscar; in a brief scene from Talk, Listen, Connect, in which Telly's moving eyelids are replaced with lids that cover his entire eyes.
Terrence McBird The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "The Cat in the Hat Takes a Nap," when sleeping.
Thidwick the Moose The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "Halfway Home to Malamaroo," making fuel for Alvin's spaceship; depressed when he couldn't make everyone's birthday come true in "The Birthday Moose."
Tutter "Go to Sleep" and "A Berry Bear Christmas"
Waldorf Mostly asleep in "Des O'Connor Entertains"
Walter Two variations are seen on Walter in The Muppets. One with sleepy eyes as he's falling asleep watching The Muppet Show, and another with completely closed eyelids after he's fallen asleep and he drifts off into a dream.

Wembley Fraggle "The Day the Music Died" and various episodes from season 3 onwards: "Pebble Pox Blues", "Gobo's School for Explorers", and "Gone, But Not Forgotten." Usually, this would be if Wembley is either sleeping, waking up or not well.
The World's Oldest Fraggle In "The Day the Music Died," The World's Oldest Fraggle was seen sleeping in his cave.
The Wickershams Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss "Horton Has a Hit," affected by Horton's lullaby
Yertle the Turtle Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, "Horton Has a Hit," sent to sleep by Horton's lullaby.
Zoe Happy Healthy Monsters while relaxing. In the end of the Moonshine song when she goes to sleep. Near the end of a sketch where she takes a nap after listening to a lullaby peace.
Zoe as the Dormouse In a fit of laughter, Zoe's eyelids are brought up from the bottom of her eye to meet her top eyelid in Abby in Wonderland.

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