The Muppets of Burlesque

"Anastasia Von Teaserhausen as the Swedish Chef hand-crafted a giant hamburger consisting of the various meats and cheeses that made up her skirt (plus the heads of lettuce she wore as a bra).
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4 Responses:

  1. giles says:

    I'm not sure it's "parody" when you have an actual Kermit puppet introducing part of the show.

    In any case, bless these brave souls publicly mixing a Disney property with sex, 'cause that always works out great.

  2. inoah says:

    The first one reminds me of Kitten on the Keys.

  3. mc_kingfish says:

    Bacon's was lobbying for a Muppet-Hubba forever. Now, on the surface, this seems like a gimme (and frankly, Bacon's had some absolutely awesome show/act ideas before and since) but I had objections:

    1) The Muppet Show already _was_ a parody of a vaudeville/variety show. If the word "parody" exists more than once in the description of a Hubba, it is not going to work.

    2) Muppet costumes for a Hubba-sized show were going to either cost a million dollars or look dumb.

    And, as is obvious, no burlesque show has a million dollars.

    According to Bacon, a pair of fuzzy ears on my head would make me Fozzy Bear.

    I end my commentary here.

  4. rapier1 says:

    Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.