"Ring Around the Rosie" is a nursery rhyme or folk song that first appeared in print in 1881. The verses change, depending on the location where the song or poem is learned. It is a common misconception that the rhyme dates back to the Great Plague of London, but most folklore scholars regard the theory as baseless. The song has also been incorporated into a schoolyard game, with the end result having everyone fall down.
- When Bert asks Ernie why he's named his bathtub Rosie, he explains that every time he takes a bath, it leaves a ring around Rosie.
- Baby Kermit, Baby Piggy, Baby Fozzie, Baby Gonzo, Baby Rowlf, Baby Scooter, Skeeter and Baby Animal play the game in a field in the book Muppet Babies' Classic Nursery Rhymes.