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*In a 1975 appearance on ''[[The Tonight Show]]'', Kermit does make the "person in my throat" joke in response to his own. "That's a frog joke, real big with all the frogs out there," he tells [[Johnny Carson]].
 
*In a 1975 appearance on ''[[The Tonight Show]]'', Kermit does make the "person in my throat" joke in response to his own. "That's a frog joke, real big with all the frogs out there," he tells [[Johnny Carson]].
 
*In [[Episode 115: Candice Bergen|episode 115]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', [[Behemoth]] visits the clinic for his sore throat. [[Dr. Bob]] inspects and discovers that Behemoth has a frog in his throat - Kermit, to be exact.
 
*In [[Episode 115: Candice Bergen|episode 115]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]'', [[Behemoth]] visits the clinic for his sore throat. [[Dr. Bob]] inspects and discovers that Behemoth has a frog in his throat - Kermit, to be exact.
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*Kermit tells [[Bob Hope]] that he's speechless when participating in ''[[The Bob Hope All Star Christmas Comedy Special]]''. Hope is surprised and suspects he must have a person in his throat.
   
 
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Revision as of 06:32, September 26, 2016

Vhbehemoth

Behemoth with a case of "ingrown TV show host."

Having "a frog in my throat" is a common expression referring to the hoarseness of one's voice.

Given the fact that the most famous Muppet character, Kermit, is a frog, the expression has found its way into many productions as a part of a joke.

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