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"What's a three-letter word for a perfect Valentine? / Y-O-U! Happy Valentine's Day!"


" I may be piggy, valentine... / ...but I want you all to myself! Happy Valentine's Day!"


"De phlin hge yar, de yammer-yammer. / In other words, have a Happy Valentine's Day!"


Boxed Muppet Valentines, produced by Hallmark in 1979

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muppetationalcollectables:

Because of Muppet Tonight’s short run time, very little merchandise of the show was made. One of, and perhaps the only, form of merch were these packs of Valentines Day cards that were produced in 1997, only a year after the show’s debut.

In fact, they are the only bits of merchandise to even mention the show’s name on the packaging, any other products that featured its cast were labeled as general Muppet items.

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themuppetmasterencyclopedia:

Miss Piggy Valentine’s Day Cards by Hallmark #2

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muppetationalcollectables:

“The Muppets Valentine Card Game”, printed by Hallmark circa late 70s to early 80s

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Toothbrush Holder: Front View


Toothbrush Holder: Side View


Handheld Mirror


Soap Dish


Tissue Box

In the late 70s and early 80s, Sigma Ceramics produced a line of bathroom accessories featuring Miss Piggy with decadent Kermit The Frog accents. The line included a cup, a toothbrush holder, a handheld mirror, a soap dish, and a tissue box.

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Fozzie Bear cookie jar, produced by Treasure Craft in 1995

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a set of “Muppet Show” egg cups, produced by Sigma Ceramics in the late 70s-early 80s

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talesfromweirdland:

The Swedish Chef demonstrates how to make donuts.

Sorry, but I just find this hilarious.

Scan from my crumbling The Muppet Show Book (1978).

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Because of Muppet Tonight’s short run time, very little merchandise of the show was made. One of, and perhaps the only, form of merch were these packs of Valentines Day cards that were produced in 1997, only a year after the show’s debut.

In fact, they are the only bits of merchandise to even mention the show’s name on the packaging, any other products that featured its cast were labeled as general Muppet items.

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kidsasquatch:

Kermit the frog stickers.

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