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Opening and Closing
Does anyone know if the full opening with the Babies introducing themselves was used after season one? I edited the wiki, because it previously said the opening change was made when Little Muppet Monsters was cancelled during the sixth season, which is incorrect. However, I don't remember if they ever went back to the original theme while it was on CBS. Anyone know? -- User:RobintheBrave 09:27, July 6, 2010
- Yeah, we don't count random test projects of which no details exist beyond a resume, and it sounds like it's one of those which was basically in-house, just using Baby Gonzo to see how the technology would work, not for something specific. If it ever actually turns into anything beyond a demonstration (that's happened at various events with different characters, after all), it counts. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 00:02, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
I posted a link to an interview I did with Jeffrey Scott in which he talks about his work on Muppet Babies. Take a look --- he really gave high praise to the series. Agent0042 01:51, 31 January 2006 (UTC)
Did Dave Coulier take over all of Howie Mandel's characters after the first season? -- Ozzel 20:59, 17 January 2006 (UTC)
- I'm pretty sure Dave Coulier ended up voicing Baby Animal for most of the show's run. I'll see if I can find a source on that. PrawnRR 20:08, 26 January 2006 (UTC)
- It's true that Coulier took over Animal and Bunsen, as proven by the end credits. (In fact, the Coulier episodes air most often in syndication). However, Frank Welker, as noted in the article, took over as Skeeter. Andrew, Aleal 21:10, 26 January 2006 (UTC)
Of course the Dave Coulier episodes air most often in syndication, the first season was the only one that didn't feature Dave Coulier, so that's six out of seven seasons (though only the first few episodes from season seven are shown in syndication). --Minor muppetz 21:25, 16 February 2006 (UTC)
It is possible Muppet Babies will be shown again but on a fuuly owned Henson Network and Diseny * ABC Domestic Televsion will ditribute that and all the other Muppet Shows