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How Well Do You Know the Muppets?

posted by Nell Minow

In honor of the eight Muppet movie, “Muppets Most Wanted,” out this weekend, I’ve got some questions to see how well you know the Muppets.

1. Can you guess the writer who provided the narration for this 1968 commercial featuring The Muppets?

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2.  What Oscar-winning actor co-starred with the Muppets as Scrooge in “A Muppet Christmas Carol?”

3.  Which Muppet is the front man of a rock group?

4.  Which Muppet is the lab assistant for scientist Dr. Bunsen Honeydew?

5.  Which Muppet lives in a trash can?

6.  What is the name of Big Bird’s friend that everyone on Sesame Street thought was imaginary?

7.  Who are these guys?

Courtesy Muppet Wiki

Courtesy Muppet Wiki

8. Name something other than the birthmark and voice that distinguishes Kermit and Constantine?

9. Where was Miss Piggy working at the beginning of “The Muppets?”

10. Who is the only Muppet who appears in both the Muppet movies and television shows and on Sesame Street?



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