I watched a Three-D Muppet Show while in Orlando once, back in 1993. It was while doing a trade show for a healthcare company, part of the deal included a group pass for a night at Disney World. So me and total strangers all visited the park.
What I remember most is wishing my kids could have been with me. The whole time at the park was spent analyzing the event, like I was a secret shopper at Kmart. But, the Muppet's Show was so cool I could barely believe my eyes, and senses, as the 3-dimensional characters flew all over the theater.
I have since come to believe the Sesame Street Generation is a great group of kids, now young adults. In contrast, today, children watch Family Guy, South Park ... going back to Beavis and Butthead, now in re-run. Lord help them.
I like the Muppets, and I know you do too.
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The Muppets Are Real (And Miss Piggy Got a Boob Job): "The Muppets is very much, an island out of place in time. It takes place in the modern day, yet also doesn't seem to be set in any one particular era. Change the cars, lose a few props, and you could have set it in the 1930s."
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Don't mess with the MOO either...