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Rowlf the Dog's pain becomes more clear as he sings Biz Markie's classic ballad in this cobbled together video.
Barry Bonds is back from the dead y'all and he's pumping Google Glass.
Kermit The Frog answered Vince McMahon's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, further confirming that WWE and the Muppets are forever connected.
Kermit The Frog talks summer blockbusters and the role that got away.
Jim Henson disapproves.
Things didn't start to heat up until Seth MacFarlane pulled out Kermit and Cruise went for Donald Duck.
Kermit and Miss Piggy put the final nail in the coffin of the Kim Kardashian-Kanye West 'Vogue' controversy.
Two dueling banjo players, Kermit and Steve Martin, enter the swamp. Only one survives.
You may recall early last month when a Fox News panel accused the Muppets of being a secret brainwashing tool used by liberals/socialists/communists to win the hearts and and minds of young Americans -- all because an oil company exec was portrayed as a villain in the recent Muppets movie.
As always, I’m a sucker for anything Muppets, and as we wait patiently for The Muppets to hit theaters, we’re lucky to have a fun marketing campaign treating us with parody posters.
The other night my dog mom sock friend and I were having a heated but friendly debate about tattoos and what truly defines how cool a tattoo is.
The Muppets opens in November, and stars Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Chris Cooper, plus rumored cameos from pretty much every actor you've ever heard of, with James Bobin directing a script by Jason Segel and Forgetting Sarah Marshall director Nick Stoller.
These pictures come from a LiveJournal page that I highly recommend checking out, an entry called simply "Kermit Bale".