Muppet Moments was released by Playhouse Video in 1985, as part of a series of compilations featuring songs and sketches from The Muppet Show.

Kermit the Frog and Fozzie Bear go to the attic to clean out old stuff, but everything up there reminds them of special moments from The Muppet Show.

Muppet Show guest stars include Bernadette Peters, Pearl Bailey, Andy Williams, Zero Mostel, Lena Horne, and Liza Minnelli.

Picture Segment Description
FRAME Kermit and Fozzie, armed with cleaning tools, plan to dust off the attic and toss away anything they don't need. Fozzie discovers an egg, which Kermit tells him to throw out. Fozzie has Kermit think of it as a rising star of the chicken world, aka a "baby face..."
Baby Face
Song "Baby Face" with the Chickens
(Episode 207: Edgar Bergen)
FRAME They decide not to throw the egg away and Fozzie considers taking it on vacation with him one day. Kermit tells him to rule out going to Rio, as they've already done that...
Rio edited
Song "I Go to Rio"
(Episode 424: Diana Ross)
Sketch Muppet News Flash: Results of National Sheepdog Trials
(Episode 417: Star Wars)
Sketch The Swedish Chef: Spicy Sauce
(Episode 115: Candice Bergen)
FRAME While dusting, Kermit comes across some sheet music. It turns out to be for "In the Good Old Summertime" and Fozzie begins to sing some of it. Kermit thinks Pearl Bailey did it much better.
Song "In the Good Old Summertime" with Pearl Bailey and Floyd Pepper
(Episode 305: Pearl Bailey)
Song "Pathétique"
(Episode 313: Helen Reddy)
FRAME Fozzie discovers a worm under a helmet. Kermit alerts him of the danger that worm has caused in the past.
Inch Worm
Sketch The Glow-Worm
(Episode 204: Rich Little)
FRAME Fozzie swats the segment as it transitions onto the scale. Even though Fozzie found it weird, Kermit replies they did plenty of nice numbers too, like one with Bernadette Peters.
Song "Just One Person" with Bernadette Peters, Robin the Frog and cast
(Episode 212: Bernadette Peters)
Sketch The Swedish Chef: Chicken Egg
(Episode 212: Bernadette Peters)
Song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"
(Episode 420: Alan Arkin)
Sketch Pigs in Space: The Captain's Controls
(Episode 209: Madeline Kahn)
FRAME Fozzie prevents Kermit from throwing away a horn, claiming it's his friend, Lena (Horn).
Song "Sing" with Lena Horne and Cast
(Episode 111: Lena Horne)
Sketch The Swedish Chef: Japanese cake
(Episode 120: Valerie Harper)
Take a Chance on Me
Song "Take a Chance on Me"
(Episode 403: Shields & Yarnell)
FRAME Fozzie now comes across a saxophone and a bomb - sax and violence!
Sax & Violence
Song "Sax and Violence" with Zoot, Mahna Mahna, and Nigel
(Episode 102: Connie Stevens)
FRAME Kermit is relieved Sam the Eagle is present, otherwise they'd be lectured on violence. Fozzie recalls the fables Sam would tell them to teach them morals and reiterates one lesson he learned - never listen to Sam's fables.
Sketch "The Ant and The Grasshopper" with Sam the Eagle
(Episode 212: Bernadette Peters)
The opening music used for Sam's editorial sketches is added to the beginning.
Song "Night and Day"
(Episode 516: Gladys Knight)
FRAME Fozzie carries one of the sarcophagi from the previous number, while Kermit carries a tiny dresser. They convince the other to not throw their respective items away.
Sketch Veterinarian's Hospital: Shoe
(Episode 212: Bernadette Peters)
FRAME Fozzie uncovers a small powderpuff from inside a trunk, intending to throw it out. Kermit points out that it's a valuable showbiz memento - it was nearly eaten by Zero Mostel.
Backstage Dressing Room: Sam the Eagle talks to Zero Mostel
(Episode 202: Zero Mostel)
FRAME Kermit and Fozzie both find matching maracas - they're two of a kind!

Song "Two of a Kind"/"Jubilee Time" with Andy Williams (both numbers edited together)
(Episode 422: Andy Williams)
Sketch Muppet News Flash: Remodeling of Muppet News Studio
(Episode 309: Liberace)
Feelings edited
Song "Feelings" with Beaker
(Episode 424: Diana Ross)
FRAME Kermit and Fozzie react to the previous song and move onto the next piece.
Sketch Muppet Sports: Wig Racing
(Episode 310: Marisa Berenson)
FRAME Fozzie finds a bunch of birthday items. Kermit believes they were from the last time a birthday was celebrated in the theater.
Song "It Was a Very Good Year" with Statler and Waldorf
(Episode 406: Linda Lavin)
FRAME Fozzie and Kermit enjoyed the sweet song, but Fozzie wants to take a quick rest and watch Liza Minnelli.
Song "A Quiet Thing" with Kermit the Frog and Liza Minnelli
(Episode 414: Liza Minnelli)
Sketch Muppet Labs: Bunsonium
(Episode 212: Bernadette Peters)
FRAME Fozzie wants to throw out a piece of what appears to be a vacuum hose, but, as Kermit points out, it's actually a living creature. Fozzie attempts to soothe it, claiming it should have its own series.
122 java
Song "Java"
(Episode 122: Ethel Merman)
FRAME Fozzie is satisfied with the work they've done, until Kermit points out, they've done no cleaning for a broken, glass bottle he intends to trash. Fozzie won't have it, citing it as a piece of Muppet history (from the "cowboy sketch"). As the credits role, they fight over keeping it. Kermit relents and lets Fozzie keep it. As he shuts the door, it falls over and breaks.
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