I Love the 70s is a VH1 mini-series designed as nostalgia commentary about popular culture in the 1970s. Kermit the Frog appeared as one of many celebrity commentators. Kermit the Frog has also hosted the BBC version of the series for the 1976 episode in the UK. where also The Muppet Show is discussed.
- 1970 - Sesame Street and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood are discussed. Kermit also reminisces on The Beatles and Wild Animal Kingdom.
- 1971 - The Electric Company is discussed.
- 1972 - During montages, Kermit demonstrates his kung-fu moves, and does a Marlon Brando impression.
- 1973 - Kermit comments on Shrinky-Dinks. Hal Sparks mentions The Count during his Geoffrey Holder impression.
- 1974 - Kermit appears to talk about streaking.
- 1975 - Kermit does his Jaws impression during a montage.
- 1976 - The Muppet Show is discussed. Kermit also touches on America's Bicentennial celebration, Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, and quotes the movies Taxi Driver and Rocky.
- 1977 - Kermit announces the sponsors (V, H and 1) in a reused clip.
- 1978 - Kermit touches on The Incredible Hulk with a passage from “Bein' Green”. He also comments on The Bee Gees.
- 1979 - The Muppet Movie is discussed. Kermit also touches on the slime phenomenon, Bo Derek, and Donna Summer.
- Stephanie D'Abruzzo appeared in I Love the '70s: Volume 2 (with Kate Monster), and I Love the Holidays.
- Loni Anderson
- Alec Baldwin
- Drew Barrymore
- Lynda Carter
- Erik Estrada
- Nick Lachey
- Cheech Marin
- Ziggy Marley