Ethel Merman and the cast sing a medley of famous duets from her stage career.
- You're the Top with Kermit
- Friendship with Fozzie
- De Lovely with Scooter and Gonzo
- Together Wherever We Go with the Two-Headed Singer
- You're Just in Love with Uncle Deadly
- Anything You Can Do with Miss Piggy
- Mutual Admiration Society with everyone
Rich Little sings a medley of duets from Hollywood musicals.
Kermit the Pig convinces Cloris Leachman to take the stage despite her concerns that the show may not be under the control of the Muppets. She sings a medley of songs from operettas with Link Hogthrob and a group of pigs dressed as Mounties in the Canadian wilderness.
The UK Spot features a group of Muppets that includes Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, Scooter, Robin the Frog, J.P. Grosse, Floyd Pepper, Rowlf the Dog, Baskerville and the Afghan Hound sitting around a fire and singing a medley of old-time favorite songs.
- Long, Long Ago
- Aura Lee
- Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
- Oh Genevieve
- Long Long Ago (reprise)
Due to a miscommunication between Gilda Radner and Kermit the Frog, Radner is stuck performing a medley of songs from The Pirates of Penzance with a Seven-foot-tall Talking Carrot. Their pairing begins with some competition as neither can accurately sing the lyrics at the proper pace, but ultimately work together for a successful ending.
The Muppets version of the jousting scene from Camelot turns into a medley of showtunes when they find they can't afford the rights to the Camelot music. This closing number is performed by Pearl Bailey, Rowlf, Floyd, Gonzo, Fozzie, Scooter, Miss Piggy, Janice and most of the cast.
- Ascot Gavotte
- Hello, Dolly!
- Fugue for Tinhorns
- Anything You Can Do
- A Boy Like That
- Everything's Coming Up Roses
Roger Miller sings a medley of his novelty songs for the closing number. Everyone else, sick with "cluckitis" joins in as chickens.
- You Had a Do Wacka Do
- Dang Me
- My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died
- You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd
As Dearth Nadir appears to have been defeated at the hands of the Swinetrek's crew, he calls in Angus McGonagle to counter attack with a round of gargling Gershwin to deafen Chewbacca. This kicks off a medley finale proposed by Kermit in answer to Luke Skywalker's plea as to what could possibly get them out of this. Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C-3PO dance in the big ending while Mark Hamill joins in for vocals at the end to replace his "cousin."
- S'Wonderful (Gene Kelly & Scooter)
- You Were Meant for Me (Gene Kelly & Miss Piggy)
- For Me and My Gal (Gene Kelly & Cast)
- Singin' in the Rain (Gene Kelly)
As the culmination of a conflict between Glenda Jackson and her pirates and the cast of the Muppet Theatre, a battle in song takes place between two warring ships who trade blows and lyrics from several sea chanteys.
Hal Linden is stuck in the middle of a medley of patriotic and holiday songs at the behest of Statler and Waldorf who can't decide if they should feature the Fourth of July or Christmas. As Linden persists in his patriotic theme, he is constantly interrupted by Gonzo as Santa Claus, chickens as reindeer and penguins as angels.