Sam: Uh, excuse me, Kermit. May I speak with you?
Kermit: Uh, sure Sam. Whatcha want?
Sam: I think you know why I am here?
Kermit: Uh, well, actually Sam, to tell you the truth, I never know why you're here.
Sam: I feel my job is to make sure this program is morally upright and cultural and wholesome.
Beautiful Day Monster: That's work cut out for ya, bird.
Sam: Now that was unwholesome. That was not cultural.
Kermit: Uh-- uh-- fine. Fine. Uh, what can I do for you, Sam?
Sam: I want to know who is going to be on tonight's show.
Kermit: Oh. Well, let's see. tonight's show is very classy, very highbrow. You'll like this show.
Sam: Ah good. Yes, tell me more.
Kermit: Uh, lets see ,uh , we got Fozzie is doing a pantomime with Zero Mostel.
Sam: Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mm hmm.
Kermit: Got a musical number.
Sam: Musical Number. Good. Good.
Kermit: With Zoot and Rowlf. And of course we got...we got the lady uh--...er-- lady wrestlers.
Kermit: Uh-- Oh nothing, Sam. it's just we got some lady uh, lady uhhh, lady wrestlers. Stand by for the pantomime number!
Sam: Lady what?
Kermit: Oh...lady wrestlers.
Sam: Wrest what?
Sam: LADY WRESTLERS!? LADY WRESTLERS!?!?!?!?? HAVE WE NO SHAME!? Kermit, something- something must be done here.
Kermit: Yeah but--
Sam: Someone must work for integrity and decency. Someone must do this. And I shall continue to speak out. Knowing someday, I will get my just desserts!
Kermit: Uh, Sam. You will someday get your just desserts.
(Beautiful Day Monster slams a cream pie on Sam's beak)
Kermit: What was that?
Beautiful Day Monster: Just Dessert.
Sam: The road is long...the path is steep...
Scooter: Zero Mostel, twenty five seconds, stand by. Mr. Mostel? Hey Fozzie, where's Mr. Mostel?
Fozzie: Oh, he's in his dressing room eating.
Zero Mostel: I'm not in my dressing room eating! I'm in my dressing room being eaten!
Waldorf: You know, I'm really going to enjoy tonight.
Statler: You plan to like this show!?
Waldorf: No, I plan to watch television.
Jerry Nelson now provides the voice of Crazy Harry.
Doesn't the woman in the wrestling ring with Kermit look and sound a lot like Hilda?
This marked Zero Mostel's last television appearance. Taping was completed three months before his death and aired three months after.