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Richard Hunt based Scooter's voice and personality on how he remembered himself when he was younger.
Debuted in the first season of The Muppet Show. The wild, frenzied monster drummer for Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem.
Author Christopher Finch calls Animal "the ultimate representation of a long line of Muppets who personify unbridled appetite",  : both "carnivorous beast" and "physical manifestation of pure libido.
A scheming and sassy Latino king prawn. His first theatrical film appearance was in Muppets from Space. Pepe became the spokesman of restaurant chain Long John Silver's in A sly and witty brown rat from the inner city , that Whitmire describes as "a sarcastic kind of New York City character"; debuted in season four.
A shy, soft-voiced human-like Muppet and obsessive fan of the Muppets. After his successful contributions to the telethon with his lauded whistling act, Walter is accepted as a member of the Muppet ensemble.
Walter returns in Muppets Most Wanted , where he is instrumental in discovering Constantine's intentions and in rescuing Kermit.
A rock house band consisting of Dr. Teeth , the gravelly-voiced leader and keyboard player of the band; Floyd Pepper , the cynical " hippie " bass player ; Janice , the lead guitar player with a flower child personality; Zoot , the laid-back saxophone player; and Animal , the crazed drummer.
The trumpet player Lips was a later addition to the band. An inventive, yet absent-minded scientist who frequently performs science experiments and invention demonstrations that typically go awry and has an "affable cluelessness" whenever his assistant, Beaker , is a victim of these presentations.
Bunsen serves as a foil for Beaker. A hapless lab assistant to Bunsen, who performs ill-fated experiments which often result in him getting seriously injured.
He was designed by Jim Henson and built by Don Sahlin. Beaker debuted in the second season of The Muppet Show. A patriotic bald eagle and the group's self-proclaimed delegator of disciplined manners and values.
Two elderly and grumpy gentlemen who constantly heckle the Muppets from the audience, specifically from an upper balcony box on The Muppet Show.
They were designed and built by Bonnie Erickson. A chef that speaks in mock Swedish. Based on the "standard finger puppet",  : 77 the Swedish Chef was originally a dual collaboration between Jim Henson and Frank Oz , who provided the hands.
Oz would deliberately do unexpected things, like tossing chickens and juggling meat cleavers, that Henson would have to improvise through.
Frith and built by Henson and Bonnie Erickson. Camilla the Chicken is the female chicken that is Gonzo 's longtime love interest on The Muppet Show.
This chicken with hay fever was performed by veteran Muppet performer, Jerry Nelson , and is seen frequently on The Muppet Show , but also makes appearances on the various full-length Muppet movies such as The Muppets Take Manhattan where she hyperventilates after attacking a villain and needs "mouth-to-beak resuscitation ", and The Muppet Movie as Gonzo's plumber girl and is in the back of the car for the whole movie.
She also appeared in TV specials such as A Muppet Family Christmas where she is seduced by the turkey who was invited to the family gathering by the Swedish Chef.
Camilla appears as Gonzo's business partner in the film The Muppets , where she and her chicken companions also perform " Forget You " in the big Muppet reunion show.
Bobo the Bear is an imposing yet easily amused and befuddled brown bear. He is notable as a more realistic but still anthropomorphic portrayal of a bear, compared to the stylized appearance of Fozzie Bear.
Bobo has been in several Muppet films as a major character and others as just a background character. One of his appearances was on Muppets Tonight as the security guard, where he was a seemingly clever and lovable character, with his tagline of "Have a good day, sir!
His character in Muppets from Space was named Renfro. The character appeared in the television special A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa , appearing alongside Nathan Lane as a pair of airport security personnel.
Along with fellow henchman Uncle Deadly, Bobo is not fully aware of the scheme that Richman is doing; at one point, he even turns to Uncle Deadly asking, "Hey He was seen partaking in the finale version of "Life's a Happy Song" where he was seen with Tex Richman's showgirls.
In the television series The Muppets , he plays a key role as the stage manager for the talk show Up Late with Miss Piggy. Uncle Deadly is a sinister-looking, blue dragon -like monster who lurks around the Muppet Theater.
In his first full part on the show, in episode , he was known as the "Phantom of The Muppet Show". Although he made his first appearance alongside Vincent Price on episode of The Muppet Show , Uncle Deadly did not receive his proper introduction until episode One by one, the Muppets tell Kermit the Frog that they have seen a phantom, but Kermit refuses to believe them until he sees Uncle Deadly with his own eyes.
Once revealed, Uncle Deadly explains that he used to perform at the Muppet Theater, where he played Othello until he was killed He also appeared on The Tonight Show in when Kermit hosted.
Uncle Deadly made his first appearance in over 20 years in The Muppets , in which he is voiced by Matt Vogel.
As Richman tries repeatedly to stop the Muppets from raising the funds to buy the theater, Deadly realizes his mistake and decides he too is a Muppet and not a Moopet.
He forces Richman off the theater roof before he can cut the wires on the transmission tower and joins the group. Uncle Deadly is seen during the finale version of "Life's a Happy Song".
Clifford is a cool lavender-colored, catfish-faced, sunglasses-wearing character with multicolored dreadlocks. When The Jim Henson Hour was canceled, Clifford was the only major character beyond the classic Muppet Show characters to make further appearances.
In that special, Clifford played glockenspiel , tambourine , and cowbells. He also co-starred with Kermit in a sing-along video and appeared in a music video.
In , Clifford became the host of Muppets Tonight , since no one else wanted the job. In addition to being the host, his appearance was changed as well.
The puppet's head was also built slightly bigger. In , at a Muppet fan convention, Kevin Clash revealed that he disliked the eyes and will not perform Clifford again unless he is wearing his sunglasses.
When Muppets Tonight ended in , Clifford was returned to his original sunglasses look for his last two appearances in Muppets from Space and The Muppets' Wizard of Oz.
In the film, he lives in Kermit's mansion, after the breakup of the Muppets. Created by Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller , the character—as his name implies—resembles the many robots who dominated the toy, novelty, and pop culture landscape in the s.
He uses slang from the era and offers such beverages as Tab and New Coke. He subsequently reappears in Muppets Most Wanted.
Beauregard is the Muppets' backstage janitor and stagehand of indeterminate species. Debuting in season three of The Muppet Show , Beauregard originally wore a gray jacket over his plaid shirt, but in the fourth season, he stopped wearing the jacket.
He tries to be helpful, but his dimwitted efforts frequently result in disaster. His slow wit is often preyed upon by other characters who use him to their own purposes.
He has a characteristic blink and often turns to the camera and says, "Right". Beauregard has superhuman strength , which is illustrated by his ability to effortlessly lift and carry around objects that are far too heavy to carry, such as an anvil, couch or piano.
Beauregard appeared on the stage in various sketches and skits. Other times, Beauregard appears accidentally on stage during productions, still working on the props until he realizes that he is intruding and must either rush out of sight or attempt to blend in with the action.
However, Beauregard was more comfortable backstage. Beauregard also appeared in The Great Muppet Caper in , where he played a taxi driver.
He brought Kermit, Fozzie, and Gonzo to the Happiness Hotel, and right through the front door, into the lobby.
Beauregard's other major role was in the special The Muppets at Walt Disney World , where he dragged Miss Piggy onto a series of thrill rides. The main reason why Beauregard never became a star was because the writers thought he was too passive; he did not desire anything.
This made Beauregard difficult to write for. In The Muppets , Beauregard is found by Scooter living in the janitor's closet of the old Muppet Theater, seemingly unaware that The Muppet Show is no longer on the air.
In Muppets Most Wanted , Beauregard is the engineer of the train that is used for the Muppets' world tour. Constantine is an evil Russian frog who is considered to be the "World's Most Dangerous Frog", Interpol 's most wanted criminal, and a doppelgänger for Kermit.
Constantine collaborates with Dominic Badguy Ricky Gervais to conduct robberies all across Europe, framing the Muppets as culprits until the two of them are defeated and arrested by the police.
The filmmakers tasked in designing Constantine originally planned to have him be a paler shade of green than Kermit.
However, early camera tests revealed that the color differed too greatly from Kermit's, clashing with the filmmakers' intentions of having Constantine bear a strong resemblance to him.
Crazy Harry has black scruffy hair, an uncombed chin curtain beard and huge, egg-shaped baggy eyes. Early in season one, he played triangle with the pit band.
He usually carried a plunger box which would activate a hidden charge, often to his victim's chagrin. Once he assisted Gonzo the Great in a cannonball-catching act but perhaps overdid it on the powder, which resulted in an absurdly stretched right arm for Gonzo.
In episode 28 he provided the "Ra-ta-ta-ta-ta! Harry also played solo backup for Jean Stapleton 's performance of " I'm Just Wild About Harry ", with a collection of plunger boxes forming an "explodaphone", providing explosions at the end of every verse of the song.
In the show's first couple of seasons, Harry's appearances were a regular running gag. After those first seasons, the gag was shelved along with Crazy Harry for the remainder of the show's run.
Crazy Harry also appeared in The Muppet Movie , complete with his explosive equipment, as one of the many Muppets in the audience to whom Kermit the Frog screened the film.
He appeared in The Muppets Take Manhattan as a wedding guest. In , he appeared in the Muppets' music video " Bohemian Rhapsody ".
In , he appeared in The Muppets , blasting his likeness onto Mount Rushmore —destroying Abraham Lincoln 's face in the process—during the film's montage.
In , he appeared in a Toyota Highlander commercial, blasting Gonzo from a cannon, like a human cannonball, through the sunroof. In , he appeared in Muppets Most Wanted , in which a criminal uses the noise of Harry's explosions to cover the sounds of a break-in.
For the commercials for the then new TNT cable channel, Crazy Harry would be featured at the end of the commercials, prefixing his use of his plunger with the question "Did someone say TNT?
The phrase "Bolshevik Muppet" was then used as a warning by Harry Dresden to his allies just prior to setting off a large explosion.
Johnny and Sal made their first appearances in Muppets Tonight. Johnny Fiama's surname is an anagram of mafia.
Johnny appears in Muppets from Space , after the cancellation of Muppets Tonight where he is seen as being roommates with Sal. He has a quick scene with a few lines of dialogue at Gonzo's party; when Sal cuts the cake meant for Gonzo's family, and Gonzo gets mad, they pretend not to have done so and go around asking who cut the cake.
He is also seen trying to cheer Kermit up, along with some of the more prominent Muppets. The two have quite a large role though not as large as the previous film as one of many of the Wicked Witch's Miss Piggy flying monkeys, though they appear multiple other times as well.
Lew Zealand is a tan humanoid Muppet with dark hair, a mustache, a red knobby nose, a ruff and a red suit. Lew started out as a Whatnot before a permanent puppet was made of him.
Lew has an obsession for throwing fish, which are unique in that they return to him once thrown—hence the term " boomerang fish".
His catchphrase is: "I throw the fish away, and it comes back to me! He is also able to play a fish organ a line of fish that, when squeezed, each gargle a different note.
The sketches he appears in usually end with the entire stage in an uproar. In the " Marisa Berenson " episode, he played a major part in that episode by using his timely boomerang fish to prevent Kermit the Frog from being tricked into a real marriage during Miss Piggy's "wedding sketch".
In the " Leslie Uggams " episode, Lew Zealand told Leslie how to be a great boomerang fish thrower by saying that "Well, you've got to have sole.
And if you can't get sole, get halibut. Lew Zealand has a supporting role in The Muppets , where after rejoining the group to help save the Muppet Theater from Tex Richman, Lew assists in kidnapping Jack Black to be the telethon's celebrity host.
He later encourages Kermit not to give up on the Muppet Theater. Lew reappears in Muppets Most Wanted , joining the rest of the Muppets on their world tour.
Nelson stated in an interview, "He had that dopey voice, but he could sing beautifully. We never did that part of it on the show, but just the idea of this guy who had a boomerang fish act.
There were some really ridiculous acts on the show, and that was one of the all-time dopey ones. Link Hogthrob is a dim-witted pig possessing traits of a stereotypical leading man , with wavy blond hair, a manly cleft chin , and a high opinion of himself.
In The Muppet Show , Link is best known as the captain of the Swinetrek on the recurring sketch Pigs in Space where his unbridled machismo is often a source of conflict with his co-star, First Mate Piggy.
Unlike Dr. Julius Strangepork, whose role on The Muppet Show would be primarily be on Pigs in Space , sketches including "Wonder Pig", Link would feature regularly both in the show's onstage acts and backstage mayhem.
Starting in the show's third season, Link was also featured as the police chief in the recurring Bear on Patrol sketches, where his dimwittedness was often the source of physical trauma to patrol officer Fozzie Bear.
Henson's son, Brian Henson , recalled that his father often used Link's deep-throated, pompous voice when performing some stereotypically-masculine chore, such as carving the Thanksgiving turkey.
Whitmire performed Link for the movie The Muppets. The appearance featured the first speaking appearance of the puppet ever since Henson's death.
Link appears in several scenes in the background and gets a moment in the spotlight as part of a barbershop quartet , singing " Smells Like Teen Spirit ".
In Muppets Most Wanted , Link returned to prominence for the first time in decades, having several lines of dialogue and his own scene with Usher.
An action figure of Link was produced in as part of Series 4 of Palisades Toys ' line of Muppet action figures.
Marvin Suggs is a flamboyant musician that wears a frilly, multicolored shirt. He is best known for playing an instrument known as a Muppaphone,   a group of small, round, furry pink and orange Muppets that emit a tonal " ow " voiced by Henson and Jerry Nelson  when Marvin strikes them on the head with his mallet.
During season three of The Muppet Show , Suggs and the Muppaphone were part of an "explicit criticism of violence" with Suggs being explicitly punished for his violence in an episode where a witchdoctor turns Suggs' head into a Muppaphone.
The Newsman is the bespectacled newsman for The Muppet Show , who tries to deliver the news with accuracy, but is visibly flummoxed on camera by the day's latest bizarre story or interview.
Interviews were a more common part of the Muppet News Flash segments in its first season, where the interviewees were portrayed by the show's guest star.
From the second season onward, he would almost invariably suffer some calamity related to the story, such as having items dropped on his head or the newsroom destroyed.
He greeted the week's guest star in every episode of the fifth season. Since then, he has only made a couple of cameo appearances.
Robin the Frog is Kermit's young, sweet-voiced nephew. He has appeared in most Muppet productions since The Muppet Show.
He loves to spend time with his Uncle Kermit, his best friend Sweetums , and his boys' club, the Frog Scouts. One of his most famous moments was singing " Halfway Down the Stairs ", a song based on a poem by Winnie the Pooh creator A.
He also has an important role in episode of The Muppet Show , when he was feeling sad for being so small until the guest star Bernadette Peters and all Robin's Muppet friends sing the song "Just One Person" to cheer him up.
In the animated Muppet Babies series, Robin appeared as a tadpole in a fish bowl , as all the characters were younger versions of their live-action selves, and was said to be the son of Kermit's unnamed and unseen big sister.
Robin's roles in the Muppet movies varied from cameos to large roles, though he significantly has not appeared in a large amount of Muppet movies. In The Muppet Movie , he had a small role at the beginning of the movie at the film screening where he asks Kermit if the movie is about how the Muppets got started.
He also had a few other quick scenes and is with the other Muppets in the finale. In The Muppets Take Manhattan , he only appeared in the background at the wedding.
His next appearance was in the direct-to-video Muppet Classic Theater where he appeared in " The Emperor's New Clothes " sketch in a minimal role, realizing Fozzie the emperor was not wearing clothes.
He had a quick cameo with dialogue in Muppets From Space in the boarding house. His final role with Jerry Nelson as his performer was in 's It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie , which was arguably his second-largest role to date; he appears in the Muppet Theater in a few scenes and in the Moulin Scrooge scene as the green fairy.
He also made a brief speaking cameo in 's Muppets Most Wanted , again performed by Vogel. In the episode, Kermit and Miss Piggy pretend to still be in a relationship so as not to upset Robin, whose parents are divorcing.
Sweetums is a very large, imposing and hairy ogre about nine feet tall. Despite appearing physically intimidating, he is often depicted as friendly and harmless.
Sweetums has very thick blondish-brown hair all over his body. He has a very large lower jaw, similar to a bulldog, which juts out, revealing two pointy teeth.
He has thick, brown eyebrows over his large yellow eyes and large nose. He often wears a shabby, burlap-like brown shirt.
Many are fooled by his intimidating appearance, but he is very nice and humble, hence his name, "Sweetums".
Sweetums first appeared on the television special The Frog Prince based on the story of the same name in as the henchman of a full-bodied Taminella Ginderfall who was previously seen in the pilots to Tales of the Tinkerdee and The Land of Tinkerdee.
There he tried to eat the hero, played by Kermit 's nephew Robin. He later performed a duet with Robin and the two appeared together on merchandise as best friends.
During his first appearance, Sweetums was performed by Muppeteer Jerry Nelson and voiced by voice veteran Carl Banas , but soon after, Richard Hunt made the character his own.
After Richard Hunt died, John Henson eventually took over both the voice and puppetry. Sweetums also played a car jack in a used-car lot in The Muppet Movie where a salesman introduced him as his Jack.
When called "Jack" by Kermit, he replied, "Jack not name; jack job! After Kermit and his friends ask him if he wants to go to Hollywood with them, he shouts "Hollywood!
He pursues the group for the duration of the movie, finally making it to Hollywood, bursting through the movie screen, shouting "I made it!!
There is an homage to this gag in The Muppets. Beaker is a Muppet character from The Muppet Show. He is the shy, long-suffering assistant of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew , and is likewise named after a piece of laboratory equipment.
During the first season of The Muppet Show , Dr. Honeydew presented the Muppet Labs segments by himself; Beaker was added as his lab assistant from the second season on.
Beaker has bulging eyes , a shock of red hair, and a drawbridge mouth which serves as a frown. He was originally puppeteered and voiced by Richard Hunt until Hunt's death in , when the role was taken over primarily by Steve Whitmire.
After Whitmire was fired in , David Rudman took over the character. Beaker is a magnet for disaster; he routinely experiences mishaps such as being blown up, electrocuted, eaten by large monsters, or afflicted with awkward side effects caused by Dr.
Bunsen Honeydew's experiments. Beaker communicates in a nervous, high-pitched squeak that sounds like "Mee-mee-mee mee". In books and merchandise, the sound is spelled "Meep".
In The Muppet Movie , he "meeps" Honeydew's line "sadly temporary". Rarely he can say normal words, such as "Bye-bye. Beaker rapidly became a favorite with audiences, who both sympathized with and enjoyed laughing at his humorous sufferings.
Occasionally, Beaker was able to take revenge, particularly in a segment when he inadvertently made numerous copies of himself and spent the rest of the episode chasing Dr.
Honeydew around the theater. This segment of "Muppet Labs" was from the Mac Davis episode. Beaker has also appeared as a musical performer, singing " Danny Boy ," " Carol of the Bells ," and " Habanera " with the Swedish Chef and Animal , and " Feelings " and " Dust in the wind " solo.
He also sang " Ode to Joy " with his clones who were accidentally formed by Dr. Honeydew's copying machine. The "Danny Boy" performance was marked by the Chef's singing in his trademark gibberish and Animal's inability to remember anything but the first three words.
Thank you. Because of Disney's designation of the Muppets franchise as being for family audiences, Beaker was given a crucial role replacing the song's more questionable lines like "a mulatto " and "my libido " with "mee-mee-mee-mo.
The two scientists were later incorporated into the Muppet Babies animated series. An animated Beaker was also voiced by Richard Hunt, his usual performer during that period, when he appeared in the short lived Little Muppet Monsters series.
Beaker's "meep" sound has become a well-known catchphrase , and is referenced in various media. Bunsen Honeydew were voted Britain's favourite cinematic scientists.
They beat Mr. Spock , their closest rival, by two-to-one, winning a third of the total votes. Beaker features in an episode of WWE Raw , assisting Santino Marella ringside in his match with Jack Swagger by providing him with a special energy drink formulated by Dr.
UK politicians Danny Alexander   and Ed Miliband  have both been disparagingly likened to Beaker in appearance.