* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: [[https://muppetmindset.wordpress.com/2010/01/19/its-not-easy-being-mean-part-2/ This article]] suggests that instead of being a CardCarryingVillain, Nicky Holiday is actual a complex character who is DrivenByEnvy of his sister's success and is also an AttentionWhore who steals from his own sister not just because of those traits but also specifically to hurt her.
** It also suggests that he's drawn to Miss Piggy not just because of the FridgeBrilliance mentioned below but also because other relations haven't been fulfilling and that she was captivating in personality rather than appearance while also being something that he could take away from his sister.
* EarWorm: "Happiness Hotel" fits right in...at the...AARGH!
** Don't forget the opening, starring everybody--AND ME!
** "Steppin' out with a star and feelin' high!"
** "Yes, couldn't we riiiiiiiide? Side by siiiiiiiide!"
* FridgeBrilliance: It makes sense that Nicky would be tired of conventionally attractive women, since being the brother of a fashion designer, he naturally sees a lot of them.
* MemeticMutation: "Did you leave them in your other pants?" "I don't ''have'' no other pants!"
* ParentalBonus: The Peter Falk scene, as long as you know about ''Series/{{Columbo}}''.
* TearJerker: The "That's a frog, bears wear hats" scene, while funny on the surface, becomes incredibly bittersweet [[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Christine_Nelson if you know the story behind it]].
* UncannyValley: After a BlindingCameraFlash gag that gives the Happiness Hotel crew exaggeratedly dilated pupils, characters who typically have EyesAlwaysShut or [[EyelessFace Eyeless Faces]] like the Swedish Chef, Janice, Zoot, Lips and Bunsen Honeydew now suddenly have visible eyes as a result of the gag. It's a bit unsettling to see these characters who typically don't have eyes suddenly have them, especially given this is the ''only'' time that's happened for most of them.
* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This film outdoes ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'''s famous bike-riding scene by featuring Kermit and Miss Piggy sing a duet while riding bikes, going in circles and performing tricks in the process. And then it finishes off with an entire ''parade'' of Muppets on bicycles.