[“Theme from The Muppet Show” plays, along with shots of Kermit’s first steps, classic Kermit scenes from his films, television shows, live concerts and interviews, a clip from a radio interview with Jack Par Kermit says while a shot of him in a black leather jacket and a pair of dark sunglasses.]
“The Muppet Babies, man, those were the days. Forgetting our Muppet selves, embracing the Muppet child within, we were young then, and you know, I think that’s really what it was all about, staying young and fun.”
[The Storyteller in his room with his dog by his side and the fire roaring.]
[That youth is all but gone from Kermit’s eyes.”
[Cut to a clip of Kermit in a park by the water with New York City in the background.]
“I Love you, but You’re bringing me down”
[The Narrator standing in front of the stage in the original Muppet Show Theatre. Well dressed in a tweed three piece suit with a bowtie, beard and large glasses, a la Fritz Wetherby, only younger but with awkward somewhat Muppet-ish look about him.]
“An instant Kermit Classic on all the Pop Charts.
Ever since leaving The Muppet Show, Kermit has been leading a generation in a new wave of pure Alternative Muppet Magic. After his Missippi Delta Lilly Pad Blues Tour, Kermit hopped his way into the International Pond when he landed an Olympic Gold Medal in every Swimming Event Including Water Polo and Diving. Since then his debut rap album “No, It Ain’t” has gone triple platinum and his cleaning product “Easy Green” has become a household staple and the poster child for environmentally safe cleaning products everywhere.