They are soon captured by Curtis and his army (featuring spoofs of Ernie, Bert and Big Bird), but Kurtis is quickly defeated."The Puppet Show" seen in the episode mixes elements of The Muppet Show (such as the logo and theater setting), Sesame Street (a brownstone and garage are seen on stage) and other references (including a rainbow on stage)." to which Rich Youngsta responds "with all of those furry fuzzy motherfuckers, man" An animated series on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] block, based on the movie of the same name.
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. The CBS series chronicles the lives of two waitresses, Max and Caroline, in their early twenties working together at a Brooklyn restaurant and dream of one day opening a cupcake shop for which they need to raise $250,000.
Due to their low salaries, they can barely afford anything and must continually find ways to make ends meet.
Connections The second season episode "The Last TV Show" deals with psychologist Robert Hartley appearing on a public television show.
His neighbor Howard Borden says, "Oh, I love public television. Buckley, David Susskind, The Muppets." The British show Bo' Selecta!
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In the episode "bad rom ANTs," self-centered Lexi Reed makes it a mission to make it into the school newspaper.
In the episode "Knocker Nightmare," Jenna wears a green sling with googly eyes.
At one point, she mentions that she has Elmo on her arm.
When Olive's talent portion results in a chemical explosion, he mentions he hasn't seen such a bomb since Cookie Monster's performance in The Color Purple.
An American show on PBS, based on a British program of the same name, the program has had one partially unintentional reference to Sesame Street.
Rudy Franchi, of Heritage Auction Galleries of Dallas, wore an Oscar the Grouch tie in a 2001 appraisal (aired in the November 2008 episode "Politically Correct"). An animated sitcom on FX revolving around secret agent Sterling Archer and his cohorts at ISIS, a low-rent spy agency.