The Gawky Birds who danced with Bruce Forsyth are some of the tallest Muppets ever made.
The Snerfs were designed in 1965. It's the same puppets and performers on each like of Snerfs.
Waldorf: That Miss Piggy takes umbrage at the slightest annoyance.
Statler: I usually take aspirin. Maybe I'll take some umbrage.
Waldorf: Well, now I've seen everything.
Statler: Good. Can we leave?
Waldorf: There aren't many performers who can hold a candle to Bruce Forsyth.
Statler: Of course not, they'd burn him
Waldorf: Statler, you must be the old fool there's no fool like.
Statler: This show brought a tear to my eye.
Statler: Yeah, I'm sitting on a tack.
This episode is number 13 on the Season 1 dvds.
Debut: Miss Piggy singing a duet with the guest star.
This episode was taped from 7/27-28/1976 and 8/5/1976.
"I Am My Own Grandpa" is the UK spot. It was written by Moe Jaffe and Dwight B. Latham.
Fozzie's Joke: Hey, question: if a man born in Poland is a Pole, is a man born in Holland a Hole? Think about it.
Gonzo's gong: Gonzo hits the "O" and puts a hole in it.
"In a Little Spanish Town" was written by Samuel Lewis, Mabel Wayne, and Joseph Young.
"Tree" was arranged by Oscar Rasbach who adapted Joyce Kilmer's poem to music.
"Side by Side" was written by Harry M. Woods.
"Let There Be Love" was written by Jan Grant and Lionel Rand.
The song "All I Need is the Girl" is from the classic Jule Styne-Stephen Sondheim musical Gypsy, which starred future Muppet Show guest Ethel Merman.