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Baby Animal awakens on USS Sulaco Aliens


Alien is a science fiction film released in 1979, directed by Ridley Scott. Doubling as a horror, the story follows the crew of a spaceship who is hunted down by an aggressive and dangerous alien. The film spawned a number of sequels creating a franchise that includes comic books, novels, theme park rides and several crossovers (most notably with the Predator franchise; also Superman and others).


  • A poster in the waiting queue of Muppet*Vision 3D features a spoof of the film's tagline: "In space, no one can find their shoes."
  • Another poster decorating the attraction released years later spoofs WALLโ€ขE, and features the tagline "In space, no one can hear you meep!"
  • The opening of the Muppet Babies episode "Nanny's Day Off" uses footage from the second film of the series. After the opening credits, a sequence of shots establishing the film's ship Sulaco from space and the vessel's interior, segue into animation of Baby Animal being awakened from a stasis chamber.
  • In a January 8, 2016 tweet, Fozzie Bear suggested a tagline for Kermit's movie pitch, "In space, no one can hear you croak." [1]


  • In the 2004 film AVP: Alien vs. Predator, the following exchange takes place.
Mark Verheiden: Keep the beakers away from the gear.
Graeme Miller: What's he mean, "beaker"?
Alexa Woods: It's what they call scientists out here. You know, Beaker, like in The Muppet Show?


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