Fozzie moving right along

The Muppet Show episode 201

Movin right along singalong

Muppet Sing Along

"Moving right along" is a phrase used to suggest that a conversation or situation is at a standstill, and that the speaker intends to advance to the next topic. The Muppets most notably used the phrase for the song "Movin' Right Along" when Kermit the Frog and Fozzie Bear commence their drive to Hollywood in The Muppet Movie.

What follows is a list of instances in which the Muppets have used the line, or something similar with the same meaning.

  • The Muppet Show
  • Kermit uses the phrase before Scooter interrupts to tell him that Bob Hope is on his way back via Concorde in episode 221. Kermit says it again later in the episode when Hope shows up to say that he's finally ready to deliver his monologue.
  • Fozzie Pig says "rolling right along" when he takes over Fozzie Bear's comedy monologue.
  • Fozzie says it during his comedy act in episode 413 following Astoria's punchline delivery to one of his jokes.
  • Waldorf uses the phrase to introduce the next number in episode 517 once the sauerkraut's been removed from the stage.
  • Trying to ignore a conversation between Otto and a goldfish in the Muppet Sing-Along video It's Not Easy Being Green, Kermit introduces "Movin' Right Along" from The Muppet Movie with a quip to the viewer, "I guess we should be moving right along."
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