Jim, P.J. and Kai-Lee with other characters featured in the Play-Along videos, 1988.
I love me some muppet nail art!
While we were doing The Muppet Show in England, Richard was the official Muppet Workshop Tour Guide. He even had a tour guide hat. He would take visitors through the shop, where all the puppets that were not being used hung on racks. Richard would stop at all the characters and do a little schtick imitating their voices. All our guests adored Richard. He made them feel so welcome and at ease. He took special care with young ones too, for as he told me once “Can you imagine the incredible impression this makes on a child’s mind?”
- Jerry Nelson [x]
I had this as a poster on my door. I think my mom got it from ordering the Jim Henson Bedtime Stories books.
And then something happened and it ripped. Badly. 10 year old me was crushed.
“This is actually a backpack, but it REALLY looks like I took his head and displayed it on stage in some weird Muppet sacrifice ceremony.”
Announcement card for The Muppet Show Sex and Violence designed by Michael K. Frith, 1975.