playing the title role. "Panel Discussions" A sketch where Kermit the Frog, the featured guest star, and other Muppets discuss various topics. "Muppet News Flash" The Muppet Newsman delivers a news brief about a bizarre incident or human-interest story. "Muppet Melodrama" A sketch where Uncle Deadly would capture Miss Piggy and put her in perilous plights to force her to marry him. The planet would also be featured later on Muppet Babies, the "Space Cowboys" episode of Jim Henson's Little Muppet Monsters, and CityKids (which featured different Koozebanian aliens). Bunsen Honeydew with his assistant Beaker getting the worst of its inevitable molde brygge lege malfunction. Scooter would visit the guest star in his/her dressing room, usually saying "Fifteen seconds to curtain". Swedish meatballs that bounce, and smashing a cake with a baseball bat after it begins insulting the Chef in mock Japanese.
"Muppet Sports" A sports sketch that features different sporting activities that are covered by Louis Kazagger. The writers soon realised that another character was necessary to show Bunsen's failings which resulted in Beaker being introduced in series Two. "The Swedish Chef" A cooking show parody. Only appeared in the first series. Bob and his nurses looking around in puzzlement as a disembodied narrator tells viewers to "tune in next time, when you'll hear Nurse Piggy /. "Gonzo's Stunts" These sketches detail the stunts of The Great Gonzo. Grosse owns the theatre, and rents it to the Muppets, as Scooter is only too happy to remind Kermit. During the first series, these segments frequently featured an interview with the episode's guest star, who portrayed a person connected to the story. A replica of the theatre serves as the setting for the Muppet*Vision 3D attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney California Adventure. "Veterinarian's Hospital" Parody of the soap opera General Hospital and other medical dramas, this segment consists.
One would often make something up on the spot, making the other puppeteer comply with the action. "Blackouts" A bunch of short, comic sketches traditional to Vaudeville that end with the lights turning off or a quick closing of the curtain. His introduction would be followed by a clip of the guest star, usually surrounded by a group of Muppets.