Monday, October 13, 2008

I especially love Muppets at 5am

I'm up at 5am because I'm still on Australian time and this is making me very, very happy. 

Thanks Sarah!

"I've never seen anything like that before!"
"And with any luck I'll never see anything like it again! Haaaa ha ha!" 
"Play it again!"
"Oh, right..."

-Statler and Waldorf (the two old man puppets that like to heckle)
How about Gonzo, Camilla and Strauss' "Blue Danube Waltz," in "Classical Chicken":

And just because I can't get enough... 
"How many hits did that thing receive?"
"Unfortunately not enough to kill it! Ah ha ha haaa!"

-Statler and Waldorf



Unknown said...

hahaha! a good'un x

Anonymous said...

I personally enjoy watching the top center Beaker shake as he goes for those high notes. Oh, and you can't beat the violin catching on fire.

Unknown said...

Yeah top center's facial expressions are a killer.. also the drummer just aimlessly banging the drums the whole way through in his own little world! And him being late and slyly walking in.

You can really go into depth here...

Anonymous said...

I know, I've watched this thing like 50 times's surprising how much depth is in it, and how you can notice something different each time. Plus, the fact that the Beakers actually sing in tune and the violin-playing Beaker is actually playing somewhat convincingly makes me appreciate that whoever put it together actually knows something about music.

And I'm placing the blame for the meltdown on the Beaker with the metronome. If he hadn't panicked and tried to mess with it, I'm sure the other Beakers would've kept chugging along normally.

kinkybootbeasts said...

I love that so far this blog entry has gotten the most comments. Thanks ladies!

Seems that this Beaker video has made a lot of internet buzz in general:

I enjoy watching the Beaker in the upper left, he's totally freaked out by the timpani booms! Or maybe he's just freaked out in general.

Unknown said...

Well what can we say, your blog attracts the maturest readers!