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The Picture at the bottom

That picture looks interesting- the one with a whole family of Anything Muppets. And the icon indicates that it's on What should I look for on that site to find it. Some help would be appreciated. Garrettk41 18:00, October 12, 2009 (UTC)

It's from We're a Family. -- MuppetDude 18:22, October 12, 2009 (UTC)


What is the difference between these puppets and watnots? -- Joe (talk) 12:11, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

While their fuction of Anthing Muppets and Whatnots are the same (i.e. easily-changeable utility puppets) the two are aesthetically different. And the major difference between the two is that Anything Muppets are from the Sesame Street universe and Whatnots are from the Muppets universe. -- Brad D. (talk) 13:53, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

Ernie-Large orange live hand pattern?

Looking at what characters have the large orange live hand, I was wondering if Ernie is consider this AM pattern or is his design different from most of the Large orange live hand? I was wondering if it is ok to add him to that list? -- User:Rocketstevo 05:09, August 20, 2008

Ernie is not an Anything Muppet. His design is very different; the body type is larger, and his mouth is sculpted into a smile. The orange live-hand AM is based on the lavender version. -- MuppetDude 14:08, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
I thought Ernie was, Sir John Feelgood has Ernie's mouth. Even the Elmo's World Opera Singer, And the Dentist from "The Dentist of Serville" User:BuddyBoy600

citation needed

Is there a source for the fact that Anything Muppet characters usually get rebuilt into their own, permaneant puppets after becomming successful or getting used alot? I'm sure that Count von Count and Prairie Dawn have their own puppets, but I do wonder about some of the more minor characters (Little Jerry and the Monotones, Lefty the Salesman, Monty). --Minor muppetz 13:26, 8 April 2007 (UTC)

That seems to be a general rule, not one that's broken down case by case. Scooter added the info, as an insider. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 14:23, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
I know that that sentence recently deleted, but this has gotten me thinking, and this might be a subject to bring up in current events. There have been a handful of insiders who are members of Muppet Wiki. Obviously, if they worked on a particular project they would know by being there. Should there be a special way of citing sources if one is involved with something in some way (like being a performer, archivist, writer, puppet builder, etc) and would know something even if there isn't a written or visual source available? I guess it would be similar to "personal correspondence", though they are the ones with the information. --Minor muppetz 02:56, 31 May 2007 (UTC)

Lavender vs. Large Lavender

Does anyone know why the Live Hand version is also called Large? Is it really any larger than the regular Lavender Anything Muppet?--Pantalones 22:37, 19 March 2006 (UTC)

It is, actually. Count von Count clearly has a much bigger head and even torso than Herbert Birdsfoot or the tiny Lavender Anything from "Fat Cat Sat". Unlike, say, the live hand and regular versions of Fat Blue, the only real relationship between the two, to my mind, is coloring. That said, mayhaps Scott, possessor of the all-knowing character style guide, can weigh in, as its also possiblye that another term entirely was used to refer to either or both Lavender and Large Lavender. --Andrew, Aleal 22:49, 19 March 2006 (UTC)
I think the guide called them "lavender Muppets with hands". -- MuppetDude 16:37, 30 March 2006 (UTC)

Spinney Illustrations

Once we get the whole copyright situation figured out, it would be cool to have Caroll Spinney's illustration of the Anything Muppets on this page. You know the one I mean?

Also, if you look at pages for individual characters, you can see I've created a format for linking back to this page. ("He is made from the Lavender Anything Muppet.") I've done this for all the characters that are on the list at this stage. If more get added later, we should do the same thing for them. --GrantHarding

What do you mean by Caroll Spinney's illustration? Are you talking about anything muppets that were seen in the book How To be a Grouch, which was written and illustrated by Caroll Spinney, or someting else? --Minor muppetz 22:58, 26 January 2006 (UTC)
It was from a book about puppets and puppeteering from the 1970s; Caroll contributed two illustrations: one of how he performs Big Bird, and one of three AMs. I don't have the book. -- MuppetDude 16:01, 2 March 2006 (UTC)
Yeah, that one. I have the book, although it's many miles away right now. I'll upload it this summer if nobody else does it first. --GrantHarding 01:18, 20 March 2006 (UTC)
Grant, do you have a title or publishing info or author or anything for that book? Syracuse's library may have it, or be able to get it. --Andrew, Aleal 02:47, 20 March 2006 (UTC)
I finally did it! -GrantHarding 01:28, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

Anything Muppets Sketches

Please use this on the page. I have used very long time to work on it on school. If you not put it to the page, my work is done for nothing. I’m hoping that this can be used. I’m sorry that it's not all of the sketches here, but maybe you guys can fix it. --NRKfan (talk) 09:28, January 4, 2013 (UTC)

I don't see how or why we would use a table like this. A table of all the Anything Muppet sketches would be incredibly long and some of your entries here (like "Circles") feature established characters and not AMs. I honestly don't see a point to it. I'm sorry for your effort. - Oscarfan (talk) 14:36, January 4, 2013 (UTC)
Picture Episode Description
Episode 0001 Gordon puts some features on some Anything Muppets, forming them into a family. They all sing "Consider Yourself".
Episode 0003 Bob sings "Good Morning Starshine" with a group of hippie Anything Muppets.
Episode 0008 Muppets sing "Five People in My Family"
Episode 0018 Anything Muppets sing "Lulu's Back in Town". Lulu turns out to be the Beautiful Day Monster, with a wig.
Episode 0023 An Anything Muppet man named Jack sings "A, You're Adorable" to his girlfriend, Adrienne, using alphabet blocks to enumerate the ways that he loves her. Cookie Monster shows up and eats the blocks.
Episode 0026 Three Anything Muppets sing "Everyone Likes Ice Cream"
Episode 0054 Anything Muppets sing "I Am a Fine Musician".
(First: Episode 0010)
Episode 0083 Monsters look at a big A.
Episode 0068 Roosevelt Franklin counts.
Episode 0131 Cookie Monster and Herry sing "Circles".
Episode 0162 Anything Muppets sing "Goin' for a Ride", while traveling in a car, train, and boat.
(First: Episode 0037)
Episode 0179 Roosevelt Franklin shows that he knows the "Days of the Week".
(First: Episode 0107)
Charlie and Louie
Episode 0179 Charlie, an Anything Muppet, is lost and finds a policeman. It's his Uncle Louie, but he doesn't recognize him in uniform. Without the uniform on, Charlie asks Uncle Louie to find him a policeman.
(First: Episode 0135)
Episode 0014 Mahna Mahna and two Anything Muppet girls sing "Mahna Mahna".
Episode 0198 Herbert Birdsfoot demonstrates "over" and "under" by having Grover lie over a mattress. Then Grover lies under the mattress, and Herbert drives the point home by adding more objects over Grover.
Episode 0276 Herbert Birdsfoot wants to demonstrate the letter M. Grover enters, making "Mmmmm" noises, so Herbert uses Grover to help him tell a story using M words. When the story is over, Herbert discovers that Grover's mouth is stuck together after eating peanut butter.
Episode 0303 Harvey Kneeslapper asks a man, "Do you know where I wanna be?" The man says he doesn't know. Harvey says, "I wanna B -- right here!" and slaps a letter B on the man's sweater. Harvey runs off, laughing.
Episode 0278 Two Anything Muppet boys are in the park, playing hide and seek. One hides while the other says the alphabet. Unfortunately, he doesn't know the whole alphabet, so he asks for help when he gets stuck. The other boy has to come out of his hiding place to help him finish the alphabet. He helps with Z, and then gets caught.
Episode 0406 A bridge of teeth come to an employment agency, looking for a job. He's offered jobs in the smelling line and in listening, but he's unqualified for those. Teeth demonstrates his talent in biting and chewing by chomping up the desk.

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