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"'''Pig Calypso'''" is one of only a few original songs written specifically for ''[[The Muppet Show]]''. The number is performed by [[Miss Piggy]], [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]], and the [[pigs]] as the [[Opening Numbers Performed by the Pigs|opening number]] on [[Episode 221: Bob Hope|episode 221]].
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"'''Pig Calypso'''" is one of only a few original songs written specifically for ''[[The Muppet Show]]''. The number is performed by [[Miss Piggy]], [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]], and the [[pigs]] (including [[Annie Sue]]) as the [[Opening Numbers Performed by the Pigs|opening number]] on [[Episode 221: Bob Hope|episode 221]].
   
 
In a tropical setting, Miss Piggy and the pigs sing about her romance with Kermit. The pigs then encourage Kermit to tell his side of the story. He responds by claiming that there is no relationship between the two, and that "Bib and napkin, knife and fork is the only way that I'll touch pork!" The number ends as Miss Piggy karate chops the frog.
 
In a tropical setting, Miss Piggy and the pigs sing about her romance with Kermit. The pigs then encourage Kermit to tell his side of the story. He responds by claiming that there is no relationship between the two, and that "Bib and napkin, knife and fork is the only way that I'll touch pork!" The number ends as Miss Piggy karate chops the frog.

Revision as of 16:35, September 16, 2007

Written by Derek Scott
Publisher Sony/ATV Tunes LLC

"Pig Calypso" is one of only a few original songs written specifically for The Muppet Show. The number is performed by Miss Piggy, Kermit, and the pigs (including Annie Sue) as the opening number on episode 221.

In a tropical setting, Miss Piggy and the pigs sing about her romance with Kermit. The pigs then encourage Kermit to tell his side of the story. He responds by claiming that there is no relationship between the two, and that "Bib and napkin, knife and fork is the only way that I'll touch pork!" The number ends as Miss Piggy karate chops the frog.

One of the pigs plays a portion of this song on the steel drums backstage in episode 216.

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