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Interesting mash up of two episodes for The Muppets season finale. Will there be a second season is the big elephant in the room. It didn’t quite find and settle into it’s niche.
The Muppets started off strong upon their return from hiatus, but it seems to be missing something as of lately. Though the show is generally moving in a more traditional way, much familiar to the that of the classic Muppets, there’s something that’s off.
After a strong reset in the new year, last night’s episode showed a little signs of wear. “Got Silk?” was another solid outing, but after two great episodes that maintained a tight, fast pace and less of the Miss Piggy-Kermit entanglements this episode still felt like like a step back.
As The Muppets strives to stay on the air for its fans and the general public, it seems as though the show may also be fighting to keep ratings up within its storyline.
The Muppets are back from their winter hiatus or as they best referred to it, a much needed vacation. Feeling refreshed and repurposed the team is anxious to get the first show back underway.
Thanksgiving and Christmas specials are troublesome for some shows to integrate into their writing, The Muppets however did not miss their mark on this one as the show has synced into a nice smooth rhythm and is consistently found a stride in their writing, characters, and overall storyline.
“Nice Guy” Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes a guest appearance as himself where he taunts Gonzo. The Great performer remembers his past antics and attempts to recreate his memorable stunts.
No time was wasted in introducing this weeks guest star, Chelsea Handler, who is widely known for her former talk show Chelsea Lately. Sure, it brought a good element to The Muppets, but honestly, it just didn’t work.
This was an all-around great episode, it seems as though the show has found its rhythm and is striding along beautifully. It continues to thrive and does a great job involving the entire Muppets cast, making it a lot more entertaining and enjoyable to watch.
Is Kristen Chenoweth the only woman Miss Piggy is actually cool with? I was quite surprised to see the relationship between the two, one would even call it a friendship, shocker.
Whatever Miss Piggy wants, Miss Piggy gets-unfortunately. As much as I love them, the biggest problem with this situation is The Muppets, they hate having to deal with her temper tantrums, among other things, yet they enable her diva like type of behavior.
By far my most favorite episode! Not only because Kermit outsmarted Miss Piggy, but also because the characters personalities came out in depth, they were fun, carefree and they know how to party.
If you grew up watching The Muppets as a kid, chances are you have your favorite Muppet. If you just started watching, chances are you have a favorite you love to watch every week.
As for as office sitcoms go, The Muppets is very funny. “Hostile Makeover” is miles ahead of the pilot and gives a greater sense of what this series could be and how it’ll function week to week, but I can’t help but miss some classic Muppet antics that are severely absent.
The Muppets are back with their take on modern love, interspecies dating, and bisexual shrimp. It’s perfect timing for our favorite felted friends to return to the airwaves with an updated – and in my opinion – upgraded version of The Muppet Show .