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Muppet Babies
Air Date December 8, 1984
Written by Jeffrey Scott
Director John Gibbs
Releases Yes, I Can Help

After breaking a lamp, the babies try to make it up to Nanny, but create more messes in the process.


When Baby Fozzie accidentally breaks a lamp that Nanny had just bought, the Babies try to make up for it by making lunch.

The lunch preparation gets out of hand, especially when Baby Piggy pretends to be the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters. The giant Marshmallow Pig is eating the entire city, and Baby Bunsen and Baby Beaker help Baby Gonzo to confront her by blowing him up with air from a bicycle pump. The giant Gonzo and Piggy settle down to eat the planet together.

Coming back to reality, the Babies discover that they've made a huge mess in the kitchen. While Nanny cleans the kitchen, the Babies decide to help by giving Baby Animal a bath.

They wrestle the squirmy Animal into the bath, singing "Keep Your Animal Clean" as they scrub him down.

Taking an imaginary detour through the pipes, Baby Kermit pretends to be Indiana Jones. They end up making another mess in the bathroom, but they all pitch in and make everything sparkle again.

Nanny is so impressed that she forgives the Babies for breaking her lamp, until the Babies get so excited for being forgiven that they accidentally break Nanny's bathroom scale.



Muppet Babies: Baby Kermit (as Indiana Frog), Baby Piggy, Baby Fozzie, Baby Gonzo, Baby Rowlf, Baby Scooter, Baby Skeeter, Baby Animal, Baby Bunsen, Baby Beaker
Supporting Characters: Nanny


  • The show breaks the fourth wall when Baby Animal dumps water on Baby Scooter and says "Go Bye Bye!" and Baby Piggy replies that the show is not over yet.


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