Wonder No More, Ernie! – Part 1

Jarrod Fairclough – Way back in Season 41 of Sesame Street, Ernie sung an Emmy nominated song called ‘I Wonder’, about the things that cross his mind as he examines the world around him.  If you’re unfamiliar with the piece, you can watch it here! Over two posts, we’ve decided to take every question Ernie asks…

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance

Jarrod Fairclough – Full House.  Arrested Development.  That one show with Rita Moreno where instead of singing ‘Fever’ she’s the matriarch of some family taking it one day at a time (I think it’s called ‘The Lady Who Takes It Daily’, although on second thought that doesn’t sound family friendly).  These are just a few of…

The Top 10 Songs of: Janice

Kieran Moore – If you’re a Muppet fan like me, chances are you’re permanently confused. You see, we think – nay know – the Muppets are cool that’s why we love ‘em, but if we’re honest, as characters they’re actually a pretty big bunch of nerds and weirdoes. However, one of the joys of the Muppets…

The Top 10 Songs of: The Count

Kieran Moore – When I first started writing character charts for the Muppet Mindset there were a few I was instantly worried about tackling. For some it was because they were particular favorites and I wanted to do them justice, for others it was the fact that I know the character is really cherished by fans;…

Muppets Wearing Glasses

Jarrod Fairclough – Sometimes on the site we go in depth, taking a look at the state of the franchise, the role Frank Oz could play going forward, or even reviewing coloring books.  Other times the fans tell us their stories, we reminisce about video games, or we report breaking news… Then, other times, we play…

Review: Art of Coloring; The Muppets!

Jarrod Fairclough – When Disney announced their adult Muppet coloring book way back in September, I was a little dubious.  While some pop culture characters lend themselves to intricate pencil work, The Muppets are fairly cartoony in the first place, so when a preview copy landed on my doorstep six weeks ago, I was curious to see…