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|Produced by:||Walt Disney Home Entertainment|
|Release Date:||May 20, 2008|
The Muppet Show: Season Three is a four-disc DVD set collecting all the episodes of the third season of The Muppet Show. The set includes all 24 episodes from the third season, uncut, digitally transferred, plus a vintage television special, a new behind-the-scenes featurette, and a collection of Muppet commercials.
Each disc begins with a clip of Fozzie Bear telling a joke (either from "An Actor's Life for Me" or the "At the Dance" sketch from Episode 311), followed by footage of Scooter pushing scenery and various scenes with Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy hosting the disc.
- Episode 301: Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge
- Episode 302: Leo Sayer
- Episode 303: Roy Clark
- Episode 304: Gilda Radner
- Episode 305: Pearl Bailey
- Episode 306: Jean Stapleton
- Trailers for other Disney home video releases.
- Episode 307: Alice Cooper
- Episode 308: Loretta Lynn
- Episode 309: Liberace
- Episode 310: Marisa Berenson
- Episode 311: Raquel Welch
- Episode 312: James Coco
- Episode 313: Helen Reddy
- Episode 314: Harry Belafonte
- Episode 315: Lesley Ann Warren
- Episode 316: Danny Kaye
- Episode 317: Spike Milligan
- Episode 318: Leslie Uggams
- Episode 319: Elke Sommer
- Episode 320: Sylvester Stallone
- Episode 321: Roger Miller
- Episode 322: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
- Episode 323: Lynn Redgrave
- Episode 324: Cheryl Ladd
- "The Muppets on Puppets" - documentary
- "A Company of Players" - featurette on the Muppeteers
- "Muppet Commercials" - four Purina Dog Chow commercials
- Live-Video Menus featuring Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy
Packaging and Promotion
- "A Frog is Born," a feature on the evolution of Kermit, was listed among the bonus features in early press statements about the release, but was subsequently removed. The press release described the feature, "Behind every celebrity’s glittering façade is a tale of hard luck and harder work. This is Kermit’s." A similar featurette appeared on the 50th anniversary DVD release of The Muppet Movie three years earlier in 2005 as an installment of Pepe's Profiles: "A Frog's Life".
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