The Glutton, a perpetually hungry Jim Henson muppet, made its ravenous debut in 1971 on the January 21 episode of "The Ed Sullivan Show".
A pair of smoke-blowing alien muppets took turns singing the phrase "Sclrap Flyapp" on a 1968 episode of "The Ed Sullivan Show".
While appearing on Episode 509 of The Muppet Show, the great Debbie Harry of Blondie performed "Call Me" and "One Way or Another".
Brett Goldstein played an amusing yet unbeknownst game of "Hide and Seek" with Elmo and Grover on Sesame Street for the letter G.
While performing a Muppets version of the Christmas carol "Ringing of the Bells", a restless Animal decided to add actual bells into the mix.
Norwegian rocker Leo Moracchioli of Frog Leap Studios used puppets to perform a heavy metal cover of the opening theme from "Fraggle Rock".
Heavy Metal Muppets Sing About Counting to Four in a Hilarious Parody of the Drowning Pool Song ‘Bodies’
Heavy metal muppets sing about being only able to count to four in a hilarious Psychostick parody of the Drowning Pool song "Bodies".
Smithsonian Channel tells the story of how the lovable muppet Elmo started out as a bit player who rose to became an iconic star.
Muppets Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem performed a colorful cover of the ELO song "Mr. Blue Sky." for the "Dear Earth" event.
Three Muppets in Sunglasses Try to Keep a Chaotic Bip Bippadotta From Disturbing Their Orderly Rhyme
In a classic Sesame Street video, three Muppets in sunglasses try to keep a chaotic Bip Bippadotta from disturbing their orderly rhyme.