This is a complete listing of episodes of the live-action/puppet television series The Muppet Show. 120 episodes were produced in the UK between 1976 and 1980, plus two pilot episodes (one from 1974, the other from 1975). There is no set broadcast order for the episodes, as they were shown in varying order in different regions. The UK broadcasts featured extra scenes that were not seen on US TV. For the Series One DVD box set that was released in 2005, Buena Vista Home Entertainment placed the episodes in the order in which they were produced, rather than aired, for this very reason. The set also includes the longer UK versions of each of the episodes, though six song sequences were cut from the set because of licensing issues.

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  • This is a complete listing of episodes of the live-action/puppet television series The Muppet Show. 120 episodes were produced in the UK between 1976 and 1980, plus two pilot episodes (one from 1974, the other from 1975). There is no set broadcast order for the episodes, as they were shown in varying order in different regions. The UK broadcasts featured extra scenes that were not seen on US TV. For the Series One DVD box set that was released in 2005, Buena Vista Home Entertainment placed the episodes in the order in which they were produced, rather than aired, for this very reason. The set also includes the longer UK versions of each of the episodes, though six song sequences were cut from the set because of licensing issues. The table below lists episodes based on their initial airing. The list indicates the first date upon which each episode first aired, which is not necessarily the order in which episodes were shown in all regions. (en)
  • Cette page présente la liste des épisodes de la série télévisée Le Muppet Show. (fr)
  • Diese Liste der Episoden der Muppet Show zählt alle Episoden der US-amerikanisch-britischen Comedy-Puppenspiel-Fernsehserie Die Muppet Show (Originaltitel: The Muppet Show) auf, sortiert nach der deutschen Ausstrahlungsreihenfolge des Senders ZDF. In den Jahren 1976 bis 1981 entstanden fünf Staffeln mit insgesamt 120 Episoden mit einer jeweiligen Länge von etwa 25 Minuten. In den Vereinigten Staaten wurde die Serie auf CBS erstausgestrahlt. (de)
  • Questo è l'elenco dei 120 episodi della serie del Muppet Show. L'ordine di trasmissione degli episodi non esiste, perché varia in base il paese in cui il programma viene trasmesso; gli episodi sono elencati nell'ordine ufficiale, anche se non corrisponde alla messa in onda originale. (it)
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  • 5.0
  • Dudley tells the Electric Mayhem that he doesn't need them tonight — he's brought a musical robot called M.A.M.M.A., the Music and Mood Management Apparatus. M.A.M.M.A. is a garbage can on wheels, which plays tinny electronic music in any style. The band resents M.A.M.M.A.'s intrusion, and Animal attacks Dudley. Later, Gonzo recites from the works of Percy Bysshe Shelley while — and at the same time — defusing a high-explosive bomb. M.A.M.M.A. wheels up behind him and plays a loud fanfare. Gonzo slips and sets off the bomb, destroying M.A.M.M.A. and half the theatre.
  • Veterinarian's Hospital: Rebranded "Vegetarian's Hospital," the all-pig cast is presented with a tray of fruits and vegetables as a patient.
  • Backstage: Kermit conducts auditions for the next show ... but he forgets to tell Steve. Fozzie gets worried Kermit will hire a new comedian to replace him.
  • Veterinarian's Hospital: Dr. Bob operates on Fozzie.
  • Phyllis hosts the 1st annual Muppet Awards, recognising the greatest Muppet Show performers. The award, the prestigious "Fred", is actually a bowling trophy. Kermit, who hates awards shows, sits out the show, but Miss Piggy is absolutely determined to win. She's thrilled when she realises that she appears in both of the sketches nominated for Best Sketch — "Pigs in Space" and "Vet's Hospital" — but the judges decide not to award a "Fred" in that category. Piggy's only other chance for an award is as Performer of the Year — and she's competing against Kermit.
  • At the Dance: The couples discuss their relationships and mothers.
  • Backstage: Jaye P. Morgan isn't very thrilled about being on the show. Later, Scooter's uncle J.P. Gross shows up.
  • Sketch: Several acts audition including Can-Canning Rodents and Mary Louise and Friend singing "Swannee Ribbit" until Mary-Louise is hooked off the stage.
  • Backstage: Gonzo interviews hopefuls for a new dancing chicken act.
  • Sketch: Sam tells the story of the ant and the grasshopper.
  • Sketch: Slim Wilson tries to ride Old Skyball Paint.
  • Statler and Waldorf get their chance to do a better show than Kermit. They play hosts, while Kermit and Fozzie watch from the balcony. Unfortunately, Statler and Waldorf's acts don't turn out exactly as they plan. The Berlin National Opera Company, who were going to perform the first act finale from Siegfried, can't make it on time, so the Salzburg Sauerkraut Singers have been sent instead. Statler and Waldorf didn't agree beforehand on which holiday Hal should do a tribute to, so Hal's Fourth of July number is invaded by Gonzo singing Christmas songs from a chicken-drawn sleigh. Plus, Miss Piggy sings "Just an Old-Fashioned Girl," instead of the star from India, Endura Mahashira. Finally, Statler and Waldorf admit that the show is harder to put together than it looks and happily go back to complaining from the balcony.
  • Veterinarian's Hospital: Bob's nerves are getting to him.
  • Fozzie's Act: Fozzie puts his ventriloquist skills to the test with his friend Chucky.
  • UK Spot: Floyd and Zoot perform "Honeysuckle Rose."
  • Song: "Octopus's Garden," with Robin, Kermit, Piggy, and Animal.
  • Gonzo's Act: Grow a tomato plant to the 1812 Overture.
  • Guest Act: "We're All Alone" by Rita Coolidge featuring appearances by Billy the Bear, a Deer, a Beaver, a Weasel, and repurposed versions of Mayor Harrison Fox, James Badger, Nat Muskrat, and Will Possum from Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas.
  • Talk Spot: Miss Piggy visits Raquel in her dressing room.
  • Song: Rowlf, Gonzo, and Animal perform "Flight of the Bumblebee."
  • Backstage: Gang encounters Phantom of the Muppet Show.
  • Brooke stars as Alice in the Muppet production of Alice in Wonderland. The onstage zaniness can't match the usual backstage chaos — Fozzie thinks he's going to play the Tin Woodman, and Miss Piggy is hoping to take over as Alice. Bunsen's special effects make Brooke too tall to leave her dressing room — and then shrink her so small that no one can find her. Piggy, still hoping for the lead, tries to "accidentally" step on Brooke. Finally, Gonzo as the Mad Hatter heads the Mad Tea Party, which ends with a rousing chorus of "We're Off to See the Wizard."
  • Song: Kermit and Miss Mousey sing "How Could Believe Me?"
  • Sketch: More acts audition including Terry-Louise and Friend singing "Tie a Yellow Ribbit" until Terry-Louise is hooked off the stage, Baskerville the Hound doing stand-up, and another emcee auditions.
  • Song: "Lady of Spain" by Marvin Suggs and his Muppophones.
  • Backstage: Fozzie decides to try a ventriloquist act.
  • Muppet News Flash: Mrs. Thomas ate a diesel tractor.
  • News Flash: The London Symphony Orchestra jettisons some instruments from their flight.
  • Backstage: Three-headed monster wants to be on the show.
  • UK Spot: "It's not Where You Start, it's Where You Finish" by Rowlf.
  • Guest Act: "Take a Little One Step, Two Step" by Bernadette Peters as Sweetums, Thog, and Timmy Monster follow along
  • Wayne and Wanda: "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow."
  • UK Spot: "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee," with Fozzie and Rowlf.
  • Talk Spot: Robin chats with Bernadette who sings "Just One Person" with Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Scooter, Gonzo, Rowlf the Dog, Droop, and Green Frackle.
  • Paul inspires Gonzo to be a songwriter. Unfortunately, Gonzo writes songs like "For You": "For youuu... I'd wash my hair with stinky glue, I'd fry my legs and eat them too, I'd put a spider in my shoe — for yoouuuu!" Paul is stunned. Later, Gonzo's chickens run off with Paul, so Gonzo develops a new obsession — asparagus. But at the end of the episode both the chickens and the asparagus run away when Paul asks for chicken with a side of asparagus.
  • Talk Spot/Guest Act: Miss Piggy and Cheryl practice karate together. They sing "I Enjoy Being a Girl."
  • Canteen/Talk Spot: Danny accidentally makes rude remarks towards Miss Piggy.
  • Talk Spot: Roy and Kermit sing "Frog Went A-Courting." Roy teaches Kermit how to yodel.
  • Talk Spot: Mummenschanz show Kermit that you don't have to speak to communicate.
  • Guest Act: Harry and some African masks sing "Turn the World Around."
  • Backstage: Kermit is pestered by Lew Zealand, who wants to audition his boomerang fish act: "I throw the fish in the air... they sail away... and then they come back to me!" Meanwhile, Miss Piggy plans the closing comedy sketch — a wedding "sketch" starring her as the bride and Kermit as the groom. Secretly, she books a real minister, and Scooter fools Kermit into signing the marriage license. Kermit is roped into going to the altar, but when the minister asks him if he'll take Piggy as his wife, he says, "I... I... I want to introduce to you the amazing Lew Zealand and his boomerang fish!" Lew starts throwing his boomerang fish as Piggy karate-chops the still-single Kermit.
  • Backstage: There's an outbreak of "cluckitis" in the theatre, a disease which causes the sufferer to sneeze and turn into a chicken. Kermit tries to hide this from Roger, but it doesn't work — Robin turns into a chick in front of him, and Roger recognises the Lew Zealand chicken and his boomerang egg act. By the end of the show, every Muppet except Gonzo has turned into a chicken, the backstage is covered in nests, and Gonzo is thrilled. Kermit is humiliated, but Roger's very understanding; he explains that he had cluckitis once.
  • At the Dance: Floyd and the Black Knight are too light on their feet.
  • Muppet News Flash: The rogue adhesive is under control.
  • In honour of Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter, Scooter buys a mail-order course on how to be a superhero. Soon a crowd of Muppets are wearing silly costumes and reading Invincibility Made Easy. Meanwhile, Miss Piggy appears as "Wonder Pig" and battles a giant chicken. Lynda sings covers of "The Rubberband Man" and "Orange Colored Sky".
  • Pressing Questions: What is man's role in the universe?
  • UK Spot: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Disappearing Clues.
  • Muppet News Flash: A large object drops from the ceiling.
  • Guest Act: Madeline has a run-in with a monster in the park who is out to ruin her day.
  • Song: "Ugly" by Mean Mama, the Frackles, a Crocodile, and a Warthog.
  • Guest Act: Cowboy Sketch. NOTE: The Woodland Creatures in the "For What It's Worth" number are recycled from some of the characters from Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas in unclothed form ranging from an opossum as the lead singer , a fox , a badger , an opossum , a rabbit , and a muskrat .
  • Glenda reveals herself to be Black Jackson the pirate captain, and she takes over the Muppet Theater with the help of Short John Silver and Eric, a heartless pirate parrot . They tie Kermit up, turn the theatre into a ship, and cast off to look for buried treasure. The show ends with a musical battle at sea, with Gonzo and a crew of chickens fighting to save Kermit and the theatre.
  • Backstage: Statler and Waldorf leave their box to sit out in the alley, disgusted by tonight's guest star. Danny overhears them in the alley saying that tonight's guest is the worst performer on earth, even worse than Clive Cahuenga, the singing civil servant. At the end, Statler and Waldorf are embarrassed when they find out that the guest star is Danny Kaye — they thought it was Manny Kaye, the tuned clam player. During the show, Floyd Pepper and Janice occupy Statler and Waldorf's box.
  • Miss Piggy asks Andy to sing "Love Story" for her and Kermit, who have just become engaged. Unfortunately, Kermit hasn't heard about the engagement yet. The rumour slips out, and soon everyone thinks Kermit and Piggy are getting married.
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  • UK Spot: Rowlf sings "A Frog He Would A-Wooing Go," and Sam comments.
  • The Muppets present a murder mystery. Kermit is a private eye hired by Liza O'Shaugnessy, an actress whose production is being terrorised by a killer. The director, Fritz , is shot. The police assign Patrolbear Fozzie to the case, and he interrogates the cast: "All right, which one of you killed the director?" The suspects are themselves killed one by one, until Kermit and Liza team up to unmask the true killers — Statler and Waldorf. At the end of the show, Statler and Waldorf are imprisoned in their balcony for twenty years. Statler complains that if he had known the judge would give them the "box," he would have asked for the electric chair... of the electric variety.
  • Gonzo the Great plans to quit the show after receiving an offer from a film studio in Bombay. A jealous Miss Piggy asks Gonzo to keep her in mind when talking to producers. Gonzo performs a tearful "I Did It My Way", and then leaves the theatre. He ends up coming back — the producers in Bombay thought they were hiring Gonzo the Mediocre — but he has to face his replacement, Trevor the Gross...
  • Talk Spot: Fozzie talks to Nancy about the problems with the night's show and she sings "Pick Yourself Up" to Fozzie. Later, Piggy and Nancy talk to Kermit on the phone.
  • Guest Act: Sir Avery versus the monster of the moor.
  • Swedish Chef: Banana split, interrupted by dancers.
  • Talk Spot/Guest Act: Pearl and Floyd chat, and then sing "In the Good Old Summer Time."
  • Backstage: Fozzie Bear hears Kermit say the show is "going country" with guest Roy Clark, so he sends all the stagehands out to the country. Furious, Kermit makes Fozzie do all their work — shift the scenery, open the curtains — and if anything goes wrong, Fozzie will be fired. Moments later, the theatre catches on fire. Fozzie organises a bucket brigade, and when Kermit demands an explanation, Fozzie gets the Swedish Chef to explain. He also must make a quick patchwork after Gonzo makes a hole on stage before the closing number.
  • Guest Act: "You're Lookin' at Country, with Lubbock Loud and his Jughuggers.
  • Muppet News Flash: The Muppet Newsman forgets his pants.
  • Swedish Chef: Coffee. Interrupted by Veterinarian's Hospital.
  • Song: "The Boy I Love," by Miss Piggy, accompanied by Rowlf .
  • Song: The Electric Mayhem perform "America," but it is interrupted by various international Muppet guests .
  • Song: "Pachalafaka" from the album "The Whimsical World of Irving Taylor".
  • Backstage: In honour of Roy and Dale, the theme of the show is cowboys, and Roy's cows mill around backstage. They're crazy for Fozzie's cow jokes: "You cows are an udder delight! You don't know the hoof of it!" But just as he's getting rolling, they're herded onstage, Kermit says that's one thing you had to worry about in the Old West: "Audience rustlers."
  • Guest Act: "Crocodile Rock" with a group of crocodiles.
  • Kermit has a crush on Linda, so Miss Piggy locks him in a trunk filled with Gonzo's fungus collection. Linda finds him, and they share a romantic moment, but Piggy locks him up again and drags the trunk onstage during "Pigs in Space".
  • Pigs in Space: John Cleese invades the Swinetrek as an old-fashion pirate.
  • Gonzo's Act: Destroying a vintage automobile to "The Anvil Chorus."
  • Muppet News Flash: The battle over Mary Crandall's will between her son Charles and her cat Cuteypie.
  • Fozzie's Act: Fozzie the Pig performs, meeting with better success than Fozzie the Bear.
  • Song: Rowlf gets another chance at a piano solo, with an extra hand.
  • Guest Puppeteer Australian Richard Bradshaw, with shadow puppets.
  • Miss Piggy announces that this show is Kermit's birthday, and before he can react, she launches into the tribute she's organised. They've planned a This Is Your Life-style show with birthday greetings, including one from Mr. Dawson, Kermit's old acting coach from Leland, Mississippi. Wayne and Wanda, the singing duo from the first series, show up and give Kermit such a guilt trip that he rehires them. When they sing, Kermit remembers why he fired them in the first place, and he does it again. At the end of the show, Kermit admits that it's not his birthday, which is about four months from now.
  • Guest Act: "Help Me Make It Through the Night" by Kris Kristofferson and Miss Piggy backed by Electric Mayhem
  • Act: Stalagmite's toothache.
  • Act: Two chickens play the chimes.
  • At the Dance: "I Have Three Feet."
  • At the Dance: "You wanna take a trip?"
  • At the Dance: 'I see you don't have much to say.'
  • At the Dance: 'Mind if I Smoke?'
  • At the Dance: 'Mind if I light up?'
  • At the Dance: 'You're always blowing your top.'
  • At the Dance: Bananas have appeal.
  • At the Dance: Barn dance jokes.
  • At the Dance: Bat attack.
  • At the Dance: Blow my Top.
  • At the Dance: Boogie! Boogie Boogie!
  • At the Dance: Chandelier.
  • At the Dance: Classy Rats.
  • At the Dance: Falling for you.
  • At the Dance: Family Jokes.
  • At the Dance: George pops the question.
  • At the Dance: Guy has swelled head.
  • At the Dance: Haunted ballroom.
  • At the Dance: Health.
  • At the Dance: Hobos.
  • At the Dance: Just not Animal's night.
  • At the Dance: Lots of visual gags.
  • At the Dance: Pig Latin.
  • At the Dance: Punch Bowl.
  • At the Dance: Shark in the ballroom.
  • At the Dance: Statler and Waldorf join the dance.
  • At the Dance: Tennis.
  • At the Dance: The couples discuss losing weight.
  • At the Dance: The rolling stones.
  • At the Dance: Waiter and fly soup jokes.
  • At the Dance: We're engaged!
  • Backstage: Fozzie gets locked in a magician's box
  • Backstage: Fozzie's jokes on any subject.
  • Backstage: Fozzie's mother is in the audience.
  • Backstage: Kermit is jealous of Ustinov.
  • Backstage: Objects for Kermit running gag.
  • Backstage: Piggy comes on to Kermit.
  • Backstage: Piggy decides to go on a diet.
  • Backstage: Piggy tries to make Kermit jealous.
  • Backstage: Piggy won't be performing this week.
  • Backstage: Scooter becomes Gonzo's manager.
  • Backstage: Scooter's first day.
  • Backstage: Telephone running gag.
  • Backstage: Wind-up TV Show Host.
  • Bear on Patrol: Bullets Barker.
  • Bear on Patrol: Fozzie arrests a violent pig.
  • Bear on Patrol: Pig who does impressions.
  • Canteen: Animal's TV dinner.
  • Canteen: Floyd asks Gladys for a fried egg.
  • Canteen: Fozzie and some clean-cut kids.
  • Canteen: Gonzo prepares for his act.
  • Canteen: Miss Piggy and Annie Sue order.
  • Talk Spot/Guest Act: Raquel serenades Fozzie with a rendition of "Confide in Me."
  • Closing Theme: only performed by Rowlf.
  • Muppet Melodrama: Uncle Deadly and Wayne are too busy dancing to pay attention to Miss Piggy.
  • Guest Act: Peter Sellers assists Link with his workout.
  • Sketch: The Flying Zucchini Brothers human cannonball act auditions.
  • For guest star Arlo Guthrie, the stage is turned into a farmhouse. The Swedish Chef plans a home-cooked meal, but the turkey refuses to be skewered, the pig busts him in the face, and the "beef" stampedes over him. Eventually, the Chef unveils his dinner — vitamin pills.
  • Fozzie's Act: 'Good grief, the comedian's a bear!'
  • Fozzie's Act: 'Look out!'
  • Fozzie's Act: Banana in the ear gag.
  • Fozzie's Act: Fozzie in a box.
  • Fozzie's Act: Fozzie on roller skates.
  • Fozzie's Act: Impressions of great actors.
  • Fozzie's Act: Jokes on any subject.
  • Fozzie's Act: Magician's act with Otto.
  • Fozzie's Act: Phrenology.
  • Fozzie's Act: The banana sketch.
  • Fozzie's Act: The electricians and the polar bear.
  • Fozzie's Act: The telephone pole bit.
  • Fozzie's Act: Tribute to Marcel Marceau.
  • Guest Act: "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" with the Electric Mayhem.
  • Gonzo's Act: "Down Memory Lane" with Rowlf.
  • Gonzo's Act: Gonzo catches a cannon ball.
  • Guest Act: "A Gypsy's Violin."
  • Guest Act: "A Nice Girl Like Me."
  • Guest Act: "All I Need is the Girl."
  • Guest Act: "An Old Fashioned Love Song."
  • Guest Act: "Animal Crackers in My Soup."
  • Guest Act: "Apple Jack" with the Jug Band.
  • Guest Act: "Baby It's Me."
  • Guest Act: "Can't Take My Eyes Off You"
  • Guest Act: "Cotton Fields Back Home."
  • Guest Act: "Elusive Butterfly."
  • Guest Act: "Fever."
  • Guest Act: "Gone with the Wind."
  • Guest Act: "Got anything cheaper?" sketch.
  • Guest Act: "Groovy People."
  • Guest Act: "Happy Together."
  • Guest Act: "Hat."
  • Guest Act: "I Got a Name."
  • Guest Act: "I Really Love You" with Rowlf.
  • Guest Act: "I'll Never Forget Your Feet."
  • Guest Act: "I'm Glad There is You."
  • Guest Act: "In My Life."
  • Guest Act: "Inchworm."
  • Guest Act: "Jump, Shout, Knock Yourself Out."
  • Guest Act: "Just in Time."
  • Guest Act: "Leatherwing Bat."
  • Guest Act: "Let there be Love."
  • Guest Act: "Lullaby of Bird Land."
  • Guest Act: "Mr. Cellophane."
  • Guest Act: "Music! Music! Music!."
  • Guest Act: "My Soul Is a Witness."
  • Guest Act: "Nobody's Business But My Own."
  • Guest Act: "One Note Samba."
  • Guest Act: "One's on the Way"
  • Guest Act: "Play a Simple Melody," with Fozzie.
  • Guest Act: "Put Another Log on the Fire."
  • Guest Act: "Ramblin' Guy."
  • Guest Act: "Sad Song."
  • Guest Act: "Sally Was a Good Old Girl."
  • Guest Act: "School's Out."
  • Guest Act: "Send in the Clowns."
  • Guest Act: "Short People."
  • Guest Act: "Sing."
  • Guest Act: "Spinning Wheel" with Sweetums.
  • Guest Act: "Sunshine on My Shoulders."
  • Guest Act: "Tap Your Troubles Away."
  • Guest Act: "Thank God I'm a Country Boy."
  • Guest Act: "That Face."
  • Guest Act: "The Boy from Ipanema."
  • Guest Act: "The Entertainer."
  • Guest Act: "The King's Breakfast."
  • Guest Act: "The Lonely Goatherd."
  • Guest Act: "The Old Fashioned Way".
  • Guest Act: "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie.
  • Guest Act: "Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails."
  • Guest Act: "Try To Remember."
  • Guest Act: "Welcome to My Nightmare."
  • Guest Act: "What do the Simple Folk Do?"
  • Guest Act: "What would you say?"
  • Guest Act: "Whistle a Happy Tune."
  • Guest Act: "Willkommen" from the musical Cabaret.
  • Guest Act: "Yesterday, When I Was Young."
  • Guest Act: "You and Me."
  • Guest Act: "You're Always Welcome at Our House."
  • Guest Act: "You're the One."
  • Guest Act: "You've Got a Friend."
  • Guest Act: "You've Got to Have Friends."
  • Guest Act: 'Beast of the Week' sketch.
  • Guest Act: 'Fears' poem.
  • Guest Act: 'House of Horror' sketch.
  • Guest Act: Avery as museum security guard.
  • Guest Act: Balloon Animals.
  • Guest Act: Ben sings "Pure Imagination" to Droop.
  • Guest Act: Bruce and Fozzie's comedy routine.
  • Guest Act: Chicken outfit.
  • Guest Act: Cleo Lane performs with Bruce Schwartz.
  • Guest Act: Cloris sings a medley with Link.
  • Guest Act: Danny and the Muppets sing "Inchworm
  • Guest Act: Dom sings "We Got Us" with Piggy.
  • Guest Act: Economics sketch.
  • Guest Act: Elke sings "Row, Row, Row."
  • Guest Act: Floyd and Animal chat with Lou.
  • Guest Act: French Tango.
  • Guest Act: Harry and Animal perform a drum battle.
  • Guest Act: Harvey trains a dangerous animal.
  • Guest Act: Impressions of the Muppet cast.
  • Guest Act: Juggling.
  • Guest Act: Lesley sings "Last Dance" to Link.
  • Guest Act: Lynn and the gang reprise "Hey Down."
  • Guest Act: Lynn and the gang sing "Hey Down."
  • Guest Act: Marisa dances with Feather Boas.
  • Guest Act: Medley of songs by Miss Merman.
  • Guest Act: Mummenschanz performs crawly creatures.
  • Guest Act: Nabors works bakery security.
  • Guest Act: Nonsense sound song.
  • Guest Act: Roger performs "In the Summertime."
  • Guest Act: Roy and Dale sing a medley of songs.
  • Guest Act: Roy sings "Skyball Paint."
  • Guest Act: Sandy makes Sweetums feel beautiful.
  • Guest Act: Swine Lake.
  • Guest Act: Tweedley Tweedley Dee.
  • Guest Act: duet on piano with Rowlf, "Do-Re-Mi."
  • UK Spot: Kermit chats with Marvin Suggs and his Muppaphones.
  • Song: Gonzo sings "Gonzo's Song" to Camilla. Big Bird interrupts.
  • The pigs are excited that guest star Beverly Sills plans to perform the opera "Pigoletto" as the closing number. For his work in this episode, art director Malcolm Stone received the first of two Emmy Award nominations for his work on The Muppet Show.
  • Talk Spot: Kermit chats with Lou, which turns into a scat song with the Electric Mayhem.
  • Muppet News Flash: Boxer will defend title against himself.
  • At the Dance: Men vs. Women, and the troubles with some of the couples.
  • The Prairie Dog Glee Club sings very well, but Scooter says they have "pack rat blood in 'em — they keep stealing everything!" The prairie dogs go wild, taking everything Kermit has — including his collar, which leaves him naked on stage. The Muppets sing "Swanee" by George Gershwin.
  • Backstage: Sam attempts to class up the cast due to their high culture guest star.
  • Robin's Frog Scout troop visits the show, getting in everyone's way backstage. They ask Debbie for help earning their punk merit badges, and she teaches them how to do the pogo. When Gonzo cancels his act, the Frog Scouts get their chance to do a performance of close-order drills.
  • Guest Act: Dale sings "Deep in the Heart of Texas."
  • Guest Act: "That Old Black Magic" with the Electric Mayhem.
  • Jonathan is convinced that a gypsy has put a curse on the show, and while Kermit scoffs at the idea, he does notice that everything is going wrong. A few acts have to be cancelled, but Kermit refuses to believe there is a curse until a meteorite falls on his flipper. In the final stage of the curse, everyone begins to speak in mock Swedish. It is revealed that Statler and Waldorf had paid for a half-hour gypsy curse, but they didn't expect it would happen to them. As the curse is lifted, Winters pays the gypsy to keep it going.
  • Song: Rowlf and Lew perform "Tea for Two" backwards.
  • Muppet Labs: All-purpose tenderiser.
  • Muppet Labs: Atomic Elevator Shoes.
  • Muppet Labs: Automatic Waste Basket.
  • Muppet Labs: Bunsonium.
  • Muppet Labs: Edible paperclips.
  • Muppet Labs: Electric Nose Warmer.
  • Muppet Labs: Exploding hats
  • Muppet Labs: Fireproof paper.
  • Muppet Labs: Germ Enlargener.
  • Muppet Labs: Gorilla detector.
  • Muppet Labs: Hair Growing Tonic.
  • Muppet Labs: Magnetic Carrots.
  • Muppet Labs: Muppet Labs' Super Adhesive.
  • Muppet Labs: Nuclear Powered Shaver.
  • Muppet Labs: Robot Politician.
  • Muppet Labs: Shrinking pills.
  • Muppet Labs: Teleporter.
  • Muppet News Flash: 'Furniture comes alive.'
  • Muppet News Flash: 'There is no news tonight.'
  • Muppet News Flash: Boffo the Human Cannonball.
  • Muppet News Flash: Chicken dances ballet.
  • Muppet News Flash: Chickens pecking in morse key.
  • Muppet News Flash: Cure for the common cold.
  • Muppet News Flash: Dateline nothing.
  • Muppet News Flash: Flagpole sitting record.
  • Muppet News Flash: Hotline to Washington.
  • Muppet News Flash: Jumping in place record.
  • Muppet News Flash: Longest sentence.
  • Muppet News Flash: Mad English comic.
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  • Cette page présente la liste des épisodes de la série télévisée Le Muppet Show. (fr)
  • Diese Liste der Episoden der Muppet Show zählt alle Episoden der US-amerikanisch-britischen Comedy-Puppenspiel-Fernsehserie Die Muppet Show (Originaltitel: The Muppet Show) auf, sortiert nach der deutschen Ausstrahlungsreihenfolge des Senders ZDF. In den Jahren 1976 bis 1981 entstanden fünf Staffeln mit insgesamt 120 Episoden mit einer jeweiligen Länge von etwa 25 Minuten. In den Vereinigten Staaten wurde die Serie auf CBS erstausgestrahlt. (de)
  • Questo è l'elenco dei 120 episodi della serie del Muppet Show. L'ordine di trasmissione degli episodi non esiste, perché varia in base il paese in cui il programma viene trasmesso; gli episodi sono elencati nell'ordine ufficiale, anche se non corrisponde alla messa in onda originale. (it)
  • This is a complete listing of episodes of the live-action/puppet television series The Muppet Show. 120 episodes were produced in the UK between 1976 and 1980, plus two pilot episodes (one from 1974, the other from 1975). There is no set broadcast order for the episodes, as they were shown in varying order in different regions. The UK broadcasts featured extra scenes that were not seen on US TV. For the Series One DVD box set that was released in 2005, Buena Vista Home Entertainment placed the episodes in the order in which they were produced, rather than aired, for this very reason. The set also includes the longer UK versions of each of the episodes, though six song sequences were cut from the set because of licensing issues. (en)
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  • List of The Muppet Show episodes (en)
  • Die Muppet Show/Episodenliste (de)
  • Liste des épisodes du Muppet Show (fr)
  • Episodi del Muppet Show (it)
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