The Muppets

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    Jim Henson's (now Disney's) long-running franchise, starring his special type of marionette/puppet hybrids. For the puppets themselves, see Muppet.[1]

    Shows:


    Films and Specials:


    Specials not starring the standard Muppet cast (although Kermit introduces, narrates, or appears in several of them):

    In other shows: Muppet Cameo

    The main members of The Muppet Show cast include:
    Kermit the Frog Perpetual Straight Man / Only Sane Amphibian and leader of the motley crew
    Miss Piggy Kermit's Love Interest with Tsundere-like tendecies
    Fozzie Bear Resident jokester and Kermit's second-in-command
    The Great Gonzo Stuntman extraordinaire and eternal Butt Monkey
    Scooter The Everyman and "gofer" of the group
    Rizzo The Rat Deadpan Snarker and Gonzo's best friend
    Sam the Eagle Uber-patriot and the Stop Having Fun Guy of the group
    Dr. Bunsen Honeydew Gadgeteer Genius Ditz who runs Muppet Labs
    Beaker Honeydew's Unintelligible assistant and Chew Toy
    Statler and Waldorf Two old men who exist solely to heckle the other cast members
    Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem The Muppets' '70s Rock and Roll band, featuring Animal on drums
    Rowlf the Dog Expert pianist and all-around nice guy
    The Swedish Chef A chef who speaks solely in Swedish-like gibberish

    For more detailed descriptions, see the Character Sheet.

    Minor Muppet characters include:
    Camilla the Chicken Gonzo's on-and-off girlfriend
    Clifford Resident cool guy
    Pepe the King Prawn Jerk with a Heart of Gold and suave Charmer
    Robin Kermit's nephew
    Sweetums The 9-foot-tall Gentle Giant
    Crazy Harry Laughing Mad Bomber
    The Penguins An entire flock of Plucky Comic Relief characters
    Marvin Suggs An egotistical French Jerk who uses a "Muppaphone".
    Lew Zealand Enigmatic Cloudcuckoolander, whose act involves boomerang fish.
    And a motley crew of pigs, monsters, creatures, talking food, and various human Muppets
    The following tropes are common to many or all entries in the The Muppets franchise.
    For tropes specific to individual installments, visit their respective work pages.
    • Amazon Admirer: Kermit may claim that he doesn't have time for a serious relationship with Miss Piggy, but he can be entranced when she shows off her martial arts... provided he is not the target. Gonzo has also shown interest in Miss Piggy being tough as nails, but then this is Gonzo.


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    1. Legally speaking, "The Muppets" now only refers to The Muppet Show characters owned by Disney, although Sesame Workshop has permission to use the term to refer to Sesame Street characters. The Fraggle Rock characters (still owned by the Henson company) were Muppets to start with, but are no longer referred to as such.
    2. (This brief-lived HBO series holds the distinction of being one where the main characters were built by the Creature Workshop instead of the Muppet Workshop, giving them a look rather shockingly different from the paradigm seen on most other Muppet productions.)