Statler and Waldorf

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Statler and Waldorf was first played by Jerry Nelson during the 1976 special, "Sex and Violence," before Richard Hunt took over the role with The Muppet Show. Nelson returned to the character with The Muppet Christmas Carol up to his retirement in Jim Henson, The Muppets Characters, Sesame Street Characters, Muppet Babies, Grumpy Old Men, Grumpy Cat, Superhero Tshirt, Disney Insider, Fraggle Rock

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UK Spot: Sam, believing Statler and Waldorf to be more distinguished than the other Muppets, has taken to the balcony to interview them. While he is able to interview Statler, both are unaware that Waldorf has fallen out of the box and is desperately clinging to its edge.

The holidays are here, so it's time to discuss Scrooge, and Muppets, and Kermit and Miss Piggy's offspring in 'Muppet Christmas Carol. Jim Henson, Statler And Waldorf, Die Muppets, Kermit And Miss Piggy, Excellent Movies, Comedy, Best Christmas Movies, Uncle Scrooge, The Muppet Show

Then there's the Muppet Christmas Carol!

The big question is whether the deleted song "When Love Is Gone" will be played this year. Michael Caine MUST sing.

In the critically acclaimed Christmas movie A Muppets Christmas Carol the characters Jacob and Robert Marley are portrayed by 2 old white men. However Robert Marley shortened is Bob Marley showing yet again Hollywood can't stop their rampant Whitewashing Christmas Ghost, Christmas Time Is Here, Christmas Movies, Christmas Carol, Muppets Christmas, Statler And Waldorf, Die Muppets, Sesame Street Muppets, Childhood Characters

Jacob and Robert Marley

Jacob and Robert Marley are the former business partners of Ebenezer Scrooge in The Muppet Christmas Carol. Scrooge says that they have always criticized him, while the two geezers say that they were always heckling him. Both dead and "decaying in their graves," the Marley brothers return to haunt Scrooge. The pair are initially rather jovial about being able to heckle again, but soon, through their song "Marley and Marley", explain their plight. Due to their unbridled greed and cruelty…