Miscellaneous productions mentioning names of performers, employees, different productions, and other pieces of inside information.
|In the "Pop Psychology" sketch on Good Morning America, Behemoth's inner child babbles "Mama. Mama. Bert and Ernie!"|
|During their appearance in Drop the Mic, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog fought in a rap battle between themselves. After Kermit's friendly rap, Miss Piggy performed a rap to him that included the lines "We're in Drop the Mic, not Sesame Street. You used to be a star. It was easy being green".|
|A photo from the wedding finale of The Muppets Take Manhattan is visible on the wall of a Bounty commercial.|
|One of the Facebook Portal commercials shows Ma Bear looking at pictures of her with Fozzie from The Muppets at Walt Disney World and two Baby Fozzie pictures from The Muppets Take Manhattan.|
|In "Improvised Music", Mr. Director, a lookalike of Peter Harris, wears a necklace with a miniature Kermit dangling from it. This is the Kermit pendant given to cast, crew and guests on The Muppet Show.|
|In "Notation: The Sign That Gets the Sound, a nursery set is decorated in with Muppet Babies wallpaper.|
|In The Birthday Blah, when Chelli finds out it is Sofie's birthday, he plans to throw her a party because he says that a birthday without a party is like Bert without that orange guy.|
|The regular variant of Sam the Eagle Action Figure Series 8 by Palisades Toys includes a book titled "Standards and Practices - The code of Ethics and The Standards of Professional Conduct, 118th Edition". Inside the book is the "Nudity" speech from episode 206 and The Muppet Show 2 album.|
|The "shifty-eyed" variant of Sam the Eagle Action Figure Series 8 by Palisades Toys includes a book titled Strategies for the All-American Campaign: Sam the Eagle 2004. Inside the book is a list of "Important people to mention in speeche" (sic). The list includes Wayne and Wanda.|
|The original Muppet Show title card is used as part of the backdrop in the "Stage Fright" game.|
|The description for "Food Fight" is based on Dr. Teeth's reading of The Muppet Movie screenplay in the film.|
|Among the names pre-programmed into the high score listings are "Steve W," "Kevin C" and "Brian H."|
|In the bottom right corner of the main stage, among a box and other clutter, sits the original version of Ernie's Rubber Duckie.|
|Seen in Rizzo's stateroom are T-shirts for KMUP and Pete's Luncheonette.|
|While soliciting money for Pepe the King Prawn's "Disney Legends" program, Walter lists off some well-known Disney legends, including Wally Boag, Dick Van Dyke and Jim Henson.|
- Page 43: Clifford's clothes were custom tailored by Polly of Passaichere
- Page 67: Foo-Foo's grooming was done by Madame Rollin of Ronkonoma
- Page 93: Johnny Fiama's pinstriped suit is said to be made by Gene's Pin=stripery
- Page 104: Lew Zealand's favorite fish is named Jerry.
- Page 113: It's said that The Gogolala Jubilee Jugband left due to a dispute over whether to put a hole in the washtub.
- Page 115: Lydia, the Tattooed Lady's tattoos are noted to have been done by Maury James.
- Page 137: Nigel got his training from the Peter Harris TV Academy, Elstree campus.
|At the Fozziwig Christmas party, Sam, Wilkins, and Wontkins can be seen as Christmas party attendees, alongside Frank Oz and Jim Henson.|
|A storefront window reads "J.H. & Son."|
|The headstones in the graveyard bare the initials and death dates of Muppet Performers who have passed on, including Jim Henson, Richard Hunt, Jerry Juhl, Jane Henson, and Jerry Nelson (whose headstone depicts Count von Count).|