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Active August 2009 - 2021
Type Fan site
Creator Ryan Dosier

The Muppet Mindset was a Muppet fan website, created in August of 2009 by Ryan Dosier as an answer to Muppet fans looking for an outlet to express themselves. The site hosted product and film and television reviews, as well as opinion articles, interviews, and news stories. In 2015, Dosier transferred ownership of the site to longtime contributor Jarrod Fairclough.

Articles on the site include exclusive interviews with Muppet Peter Pan comic writer Grace Randolph, comic artists Amy Mebberson, James Silvani Dave รlvarez and Louis Henry Mitchell, as well as Muppet performers Frank OzDave Goelz, Bill Barretta, Matt Vogel, Peter Linz, Kevin Clash, Jerry Nelson and Pam Arciero, as well as writer Jim Lewis. Muppets like Kermit, Cookie Monster and Walter have also been interviewed.

In 2016 the site celebrated 40 years of The Muppet Show, where 40 individuals shared their favorite moment from the series. They included Dave Goelz, Peter Linz, Cheryl Henson, Kirk Thatcher, Mike Quinn, Louise Gold and Tyler Bunch, as well as Jim Henson and Richard Hunt's favorite moments as explained by Quinn.

The site had a weekly article series called Weekly Muppet Wednesdays, where every Wednesday, a different Muppet was spotlighted. The first Muppet to be honored in this weekly article was Floyd Pepper. In 2012, the site had reached the 100th Weekly Muppet, Kermit the Frog. The final Weekly Muppet Wednesday was in 2016, dedicated to Gloria Estefan.

BOOM! Studios often used the blog's reviews to place on the back of the trade paperbacks of Muppet Comic books.

The Muppet Mindset occasionally partnered with ToughPigs to celebrate big events. On March 17, 2021, the two fan sites merged, with archival articles moved to

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