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In the episode "Knocker Nightmare," Jenna wears a green sling with googly eyes.
Black Dynamite and his crew are hired to take out That Frog Kurtis, the main character of "The Puppet Show" (described by a government agent as a low-budget way to entertain kids while the school system was fledgling), as he is about to start a child robbery wave across the country.
Arriving at Puppet Street, they blow up Crenshaw the Slime, a trash can-dwelling creature.
The following is a list of Muppet Mentions made in TV shows outside of the Henson/Sesame fold, which are too brief or minor to constitute having their own page in the TV Mentions category. An animated Canadian sitcom set in the fictional "Galleria Shopping Mall" and starring an ensemble cast of six sixteen-year-old friends as they explore their first part-time jobs and lives as teenagers.
In episode, "Boo, Dude," Jen Masterson has to dress up as a pig for Halloween at her job and one guy says, "Yo Miss Piggy, digging the snout, man." Nickelodeon sketch comedy show.
" to which Rich Youngsta responds "with all of those furry fuzzy motherfuckers, man" In the episode "Inheritance," Rhonda forbids her brother Dre from eating in her car, when he questions if this is a rule, she replies "No, you just eat like Cookie Monster." An animated series on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] block, based on the movie of the same name.
The pilot episode, "Trouble on Puppet Street," features many references to Sesame Street and The Muppet Show.In the season three episode "Bloody Ferlin," Archer's coworker, agent Ray Gillette, mentions that he once kept a diary with Miss Piggy on the cover.Gillette's brother claims that their father burnt the diary.Halfway through season four, his character was shot by a fellow student, leaving him in a wheelchair for the rest of the series.Drake previously revealed that when he landed the role his family were very poor, and that 'the only money I had coming in was off of Canadian TV.'He's since appeared in single episodes of several Canadian and American TV shows, such as Being Erica, The Border and Beyond The Break.Connections The second season episode "The Last TV Show" deals with psychologist Robert Hartley appearing on a public television show.