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Statler and Waldorf's Greatest (?) Hits
For some reason, they kept coming back for more. That single repeating chord is sort of hypnotic.
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The Muppet Show
Statler and Waldorf
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Sarcastic old guys rule.
i refuse to vote on this. but i will say the scene where they were asleep and holding the 'zzzz' cards ruled.
This is even better when you imagine them as a couple of catty old queens.
always the muppets after my own heart.
"How should WE know how to get to Sesame Street??!?!" FTW
These guys and Oscar the Grouch taught me at an early age that being an asshole can be funny. Thanks Jim Henson!
All of us in 30 years
That timpani makes this some sort of post-modern meditation on sarcasm. Bong...ohm...bong...ohm.
Half of these are bad puns, but the rest are comedy gold. The disappearing one seems especially surreal.
i loved s&w, but it's dumb to play them all back to back.
just kind of pointless, and they lose their awesomeness when they aren't done as punchlines.
These guys, along with Mike Gravel, are the cranky old men who live in my heart!
This is the origins of internet sarcasm.
The patron saints of this website.
These guys remind me of Mortimer and Randolph Duke from Trading Places.
Or is it the other way around?
The last comment was my favorite -- because it was the last one!
When I first watched this, the constant chord in the background made it feel like one of those "ALL THE FATALITIES" video game clips.
To an extent, these WERE Statler and Waldorf's fatality attacks, weren't they?
First show to experiment with pre-empting it's own critics.
I'm glad somebody put this on poetv.
I'd hate for it to be where people might accidentally watch it!
j lzrd / swift idiot
I liked the part where they tossed Kermit to his doom, but regret that they've never leapt on-stage in a John Wilkes Booth-style assault.
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