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In It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie, Kermit wishes he was never born after Fozzie loses the loan money and the Muppets consequently lose their theater to Rachel Bitterman. As a result, Kermit's guardian angel Daniel takes him to a world in which he really was never born in order to show him how his friends would be worse off without him...
|"How could things be so bad without me?" Kermit wonders...|
|The park becomes "Bitterman Plaza" after Rachel Bitterman bulldozes it. The statue of Kermit, which said "for the lovers, the dreamers and you," becomes a statue of Rachel Bitterman, which says "Conquering nature, one mall at a time."|
|Gonzo is a depressed street performer. He plays the guitar and showcases the talent of Amy the Dancing Brick.|
|Rizzo ends up on the NBC reality show Fear Factor. A contestant's head is enclosed in the rat's cage, and she is told to fight Rizzo and eat him alive, which wasn't in Rizzo's contract. Without Kermit being born, 90% of TV network is reality shows.|
|Doc Hopper's Frog Legs is a thriving and growing fast-food restaurant, with a franchise in Bitterman Plaza, implying that Doc Hopper's chain could easily prosper because Kermit wasn't there to interfere, since he was never born.|
|The Electric Mayhem become "O'Mayhem's Celtic Dance Troupe," choreographed by Howard Tubman. They perform Irish step-dancing in Bitterman Plaza near Doc Hopper's.|
|Without Kermit in the way, Bitterman is able to turn what would have been the Muppet Theater into the trendy Club Dot.|
|Dr. Bunsen Honeydew is a beatnik doorman at Club Dot. He has sunglasses, a soul patch and headset, and decides who can and can't come into the club.|
|Sam the Eagle appears in Club Dot as a wild glowstick-waving, pacifier-sucking dancer.|
|Kermit is shocked when he sees Scooter as a cage-dancing raver at Club Dot.|
|Johnny Fiama becomes the bartender at Club Dot, where he works for Rachel Bitterman.|
|Statler and Waldorf become deadbeat barflies at Club Dot. They buy drinks for the ladies, but once they stop shelling out the dough, Fiama kicks them out.|
|Robin ends up as a busboy at Club Dot. He tells Bitterman that there's no more bottled water; she tells him to just fill up the bottles with tap water.|
|Beaker ends up as a deep-voiced, big-muscled bouncer at Club Dot who tosses Kermit and Daniel out of the club.|
|Fozzie is a pickpocket lurking in the alley behind Club Dot. He manages to snatch Kermit's wallet, even though Kermit doesn't have pockets.|
|Miss Piggy is a lonely shut-in living at the Murray Hotel with a lot of pet cats. She uses her acting skills in her career as a telephone "psychic." Seeing Piggy in such humiliating circumstances is the last straw for Kermit; he returns to the real world with a new resolve.|
|A lipsticked Sal Minella can be seen donning a wig and dress behind-the-scenes for unused scenes at Club Dot, shown during Inside Pepe's Studio on the MGM DVD release of the film.|
|In a deleted scene from the film it is revealed that Pepe the King Prawn has become a criminal and con-artist; and has escaped from prison.|