This needs to become a regular feature of Disney’s synergetic crossover. Have the Muppets explain things from the MArvel-verse, or Star Wars.
Because the best thing in the world is still when people take the Muppets and reset them to modern classics like this one.
I’m only sorry they didn’t do the entire song.
I have never been able to care about most American Sportsball. I can get into European football, and at time American Football, but things like Baseball, basketball and hockey are just not that exciting for me.
On the other hand, I do get excited about Muppets. And Since Disney owns the Muppets and Disney owns ESPN, they are going to use the former to attempt to direct me to the latter.
Below, two more slots, starring Bunson and Beaker and Kermit and Piggy.
Once again, they’re not available on youtube, but Disney has released the final two shorts that could possibly herald a return of The Muppet Show.
You can watch them here. Synopsis below.
So there’s good news and there’s not so good news.
The good news is the next installment of Disney’s attempt to revive the Muppet Show came out this weekend.
The bad news is they aren’t releasing it to youtube like they did the first two episodes. The idea is to force everyone to sign up for a free account at their Disney Movies Anywhere website. SO you can watch them, they’re there, they’re free. You just have to make yet another account with yet another streaming service in order to do so.