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Medleys of songs sung on The Muppet Show.

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Episode 122: Ethel Merman

Ethel Merman and the cast sing a medley of famous duets from her stage career.

Episode 204: Rich Little

Rich Little sings a medley of duets from Hollywood musicals.

Episode 221: Bob Hope

The UK Spot features a group of Muppets that includes Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, Scooter, Robin the Frog, J.P. Grosse, Floyd Pepper, Rowlf the Dog, Baskerville and the Afghan Hound sitting around a fire and singing a medley of old-time favorite songs.

Episode 224: Cloris Leachman

Kermit the Pig convinces Cloris Leachman to take the stage despite her concerns that the show may not be under the control of the Muppets. She sings a medley of songs from operettas with Link Hogthrob and a group of pigs dressed as mounties in the Canadian wilderness.

Episode 304: Gilda Radner

Due to a miscommunication between Gilda Radner and Kermit the Frog, Radner is stuck performing a medley of songs from The Pirates of Penzance with a Seven-foot-tall Talking Carrot. Their pairing begins with some competition as neither can accurately sing the lyrics at the proper pace, but ultimately work together for a successful ending.

Episode 305: Pearl Bailey

The Muppets version of the jousting scene from Camelot turns into a medley of showtunes when they find they can't afford the rights to the Camelot music. This closing number is performed by Pearl Bailey, Rowlf, Floyd, Gonzo, Fozzie, Scooter, Miss Piggy, Janice and most of the cast.

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Episode 317: Spike Milligan

In an attempt to include some of the "domestic product" amongst Kermit's international tone he's trying to "lay on" the show, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem endeavor to perform a song from West Side Story, but it quickly turns into a multicultural orgy of regional music.

Episode 321: Roger Miller

Roger Miller sings a medley of his novelty songs for the closing number. Everyone else, sick with "cluckitis" joins in as chickens.

Episode 322: Roy Rogers & Dale Evans

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans close the show with a medley of some of their best-known tunes.

Episode 417: Star Wars

As Dearth Nadir appears to have been defeated at the hands of the Swinetrek's crew, he calls in Angus McGonagle to counter attack with a round of gargling Gershwin to deafen Chewbacca. This kicks off a medley finale proposed by Kermit in answer to Luke Skywalker's plea as to what could possibly get them out of this. Chewbacca, C-3PO and R2-D2 dance in the big ending while Mark Hamill joins in for vocals at the end to replace his "cousin."

Episode 422: Andy Williams

Andy Williams and Kermit sit on stools and sing a medley of duets for the closing number.

Episode 423: Carol Channing

Carol Channing and female whatnots sing a short medley of classic tunes themed around eyes.

Episode 501: Gene Kelly

Rowlf tries to get Gene Kelly to sing his most famous song by playing its vamp, which Gene keeps turning into other songs from his movies.

Episode 506: Brooke Shields

Dr. Teeth, Floyd, Gonzo, and a chorus of Wonderland characters (including the White Rabbit, the Duchess, the baby, and the March Hare) sing a medley of happy songs to cheer up Fozzie in the UK Spot.

Episode 507: Glenda Jackson

As the culmination of a conflict between Glenda Jackson and her pirates and the cast of The Muppet Theatre, a battle in song takes place between two warring ships who trade blows and lyrics from several sea chanteys.

Episode 517: Hal Linden

Hal Linden is stuck in the middle of a medley of patriotic and holiday songs at the behest of Statler and Waldorf who can't decide if they should feature the Fourth of July or Christmas. As Linden persists in his patriotic theme, he is constantly interrupted by Gonzo as Santa Claus, chickens as reindeer and penguins as angels.