|Air Date||October 26, 1985|
|Written by||Jeffrey Scott|
|Releases||Muppet Babies (Kids Klassics)|
When the TV breaks in time for their favorite cartoon Funny Freddie, the Babies turn a cardboard box into a TV and make their own shows, including a Star Trek parody, commercials, a music video, talk shows and more. Piggy appears on The Tonight Show, and Fozzie even manages to make Johnny Carson laugh.
- When Animal first appears, he hums a tune similar to the Jaws theme song.
- A parody of the CBS logo appears in Kermit's newscast.
- Footage from Ghostbusters plays during Bunsen's commercial.
- Footage from the actual Star Trek plays during the parody Weirdo Trek.
- Gonzo mentions Luke and Han Solo, Indiana Jones, and Larry, Moe, and Curly to Kermit during Weirdo Trek.
- The shows the Muppets suggest are I Love Piggy, Laverne and Skeeter, Leave It To Beaker, Wide World of Weirdo, Happy Dogs, and Candid Computer.
- The episode ends with Gonzo doing a parody of The Twilight Zone he calls The Weirdo Zone as Rod Serling.
- This episode's title (which is also mentioned by Rowlf at one point) is a play on the motto "I want my MTV!"
- Muppet Babies: Baby Kermit, Baby Piggy, Baby Fozzie, Baby Gonzo, Baby Rowlf, Baby Scooter, Baby Skeeter, Baby Animal, Baby Bunsen, Baby Beaker
- Supporting Characters: Nanny
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