Show #175 – September 19, 2010

In Podcast by Steve Swanson1 Comment

I’m happy to welcome Sesame Workshop Associate Design Director of Special Projects Louis Mitchell to the show this week. Louis is a leading artistic talent for the Workshop, and I think after hearing this, you’ll join me in saying that I already look forward to his return to the show. He’s done some incredible things during his tenure at the workshop, and we look forward to even more in the years ahead.

The MuppetCast is sponsored by The Fingerbucket Report and Bell, Book & Comic. Life should be more Fun!

Here’s the official link to The Muppets Kitchen with Cat Cora. Enjoy!

VIDEO: Kermit interviewing “Jack”, who jumped over the candlestick

The Muppets made it to the CBS Early Show this past week, along with Cat Cora, to do a little in-studio cooking. Comedic results were good. Cooking results, maybe not so much.

VIDEO: on Sesame Street with the new song “What I Am”. Look for this on Sesame Street’s new season, starting September 27.

Are you a Facebook friend of Grover? You aren’t? What kind of person are you?? Get over there and “Like” Grover today!

Lots of new Sesame Street CDs being released on September 27. Check out the full list on Amazon.

Thanks for listening! Questions/Comments about the Muppets or The MuppetCast can be emailed to, or called in to the voicemail line at 614-364-4270. Follow the show on Twitter and join the Facebook page too!

Have a great week!


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  1. I highly disagree with the ToughPigs peoples’ opinions.

    IMO, they seem to hate almost every new Muppet project out there and they’re extremely overly-negative and hard to listen to.

    Be nice to The Muppets Kitchen and Studio DC, folks! Don’t be so ungrateful!

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