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Re: muppet show

Postby Jargo » Sat Apr 21, 2012 7:54 pm

I'm missing a few figures: White tux Rowlf, variant holiday Fozzie and Pepe, Invisible and Mega Beaker, variant Dr. Teeth, Ghost of Sam Arrow, Mega Animal, Wedding of the century Kermit and piggy and variant glow in the dark and nocturna Koozebane Kermit.
And possibly Tour Animal though I may have it, just can't remember. It may be one of the Collector's-paradise-dot-com exclusive Animal figures I don't have.

They weren't hugely available here so I feel like I did well getting everything I did. I bought a factory paint sample penguin from Ken Lilley which I now can't tell from the actual released ones. :roll:

I like to display Supergrover with reporter Kermit so he doesn't feel lonely. The Merdlidops came off their base so I now shove the little critters with the Koozebanians in the backstage playset.

When Palisades ran the choose a pack in character competition i put forward Irving Bizarre, Fozzie's agent. I like to think Ken Lilley liked the idea but in the end the Cow won. Irving would have been cool, a top hat with shoes sticking out from underneath. They could easily have done that. But I'm not bitter........ :evil:
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Re: muppet show

Postby anarky » Sat Apr 21, 2012 8:20 pm

I would kill to get a figure of Big Fat Ugly Bug-Faced Baby-Eating O'Brien. A one-off joke, true, but one of the funniest in Muppets history.
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Re: muppet show

Postby Jargo » Sat Apr 21, 2012 8:28 pm

But, but she wasn't a Muppet. :shock:
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Re: muppet show

Postby RoIIo Tomassi » Sat Apr 21, 2012 8:37 pm

Thankfully, I didn't go nuts trying to be a variant completist with the Muppets figures. But I did manage to get all the playsets.
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Re: muppet show

Postby Jargo » Sun Apr 22, 2012 10:50 am

I became a little obsessed but in the end I figured I had one of every character they produced and didn't need them over and over again. Though I would have bought every tuxedo figure.
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