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[[Image:Pianosketch.jpg|thumb|300px|The final of the sketch as seen in the [[La Choy|La Choy Presentation reel]]]]
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[[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] plays the piano as monsters (a [[The Snerfs|one hand Snerf]], a different version of [[Splurge]] and a two hand Snerf) come up to it. Kermit plays "[[Tea for Two]]" and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" to calm them down and send them away. At the end, once Kermit thinks he's home free, his piano comes alive and eats him.
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[[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] plays the piano as monsters (a [[The Snerfs|Snerf]], a different version of [[Splurge]] and another monster) come up to it. Kermit plays "[[Tea for Two]]" and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" to calm them down and send them away. At the end, once Kermit thinks he's home free, his piano comes alive and eats him.
   
 
This sketch was performed by Kermit in a tux on ''[[The Ed Sullivan Show]]'' and ''[[The Hollywood Palace]]''. Kermit also performed the sketch on another program (pictured) in his classic form, without clothes.
 
This sketch was performed by Kermit in a tux on ''[[The Ed Sullivan Show]]'' and ''[[The Hollywood Palace]]''. Kermit also performed the sketch on another program (pictured) in his classic form, without clothes.

Revision as of 03:23, January 5, 2009

Pianosketch

Kermit plays the piano as monsters (a Snerf, a different version of Splurge and another monster) come up to it. Kermit plays "Tea for Two" and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" to calm them down and send them away. At the end, once Kermit thinks he's home free, his piano comes alive and eats him.

This sketch was performed by Kermit in a tux on The Ed Sullivan Show and The Hollywood Palace. Kermit also performed the sketch on another program (pictured) in his classic form, without clothes.

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