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I think this is a great list, but I'm wondering, should we list the various Muppet music and viral videos? --Minor muppetz 04:03, June 3, 2011 (UTC)

I'd rather just keep it to the longer/fuller productions. I think it kind of deludes the list if we try to include every little short, interstitial, promo, commercial, music video, or appearance. But that's just my opinion. -- Brad D. (talk) 12:33, June 3, 2011 (UTC)
I figured it would be too complicated to list every commercial or television appearance, but at the same time, I've wondered about guest appearances that are more substantial than just an interview or one sketch, like Kermit's gigs hosting The Tonight Show and Larry King Live, the "Cliff's Nightmare" episode of The Cosby Show, and The Muppets Take Over Today. I've also wondered about The Muppet CD-ROM: Muppets Inside. While it is a game, it does have live video footage created for the production as well. --Minor muppetz 15:58, June 3, 2011 (UTC)
There's another production that I wonder about whether to list, I guess it'd be more of a grey area. But should Neat Stuff To Know & To Do be listed? It doesn't feature any major characters from the Muppet universe in any significant way, but it does have P.J. and Kai-Lee, who were major in all the Play-Along videos that heavily feature the more major Muppet Show family of characters. Would that justify inclusion here? And now that I think about it, I listed Wow, You're a Cartoonist!, but now I wonder if that belongs; If you don't count P.J. or Kai-Lee, most of the Muppet Show characters who appear only appear briefly (probably less than ten seconds each). Of all the familiar characters in the video, Kermit is most prominiently featured, but his pressence here doesn't seem too different from his appearances on Sesame Street. --Minor muppetz 14:12, June 8, 2011 (UTC)
I would put Neat Stuff to Know and To Do and Wow, You're a Cartoonist! in the same category as stuff like Billy Bunny's Animal Songs, Things That Fly, and Muppets on Wheels. The only real Muppet from The Muppet Show family is Kermit (who has also appeared in things like Sesame Street, Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas, The Christmas Toy, Mr. Willowby's Christmas Tree, and other non-"The Muppets" productions). -- Brad D. (talk) 14:52, June 8, 2011 (UTC)