Film Muppet Treasure Island Discussion

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08:56:35 PM Nov 8th 2011
edited by loracarol
  • Parental Bonus: It's a Muppet movie. Of course it's going to be packed with Parental Bonus. Among the many instances are at least two references to Star Trek, also counting as Late to the Punchline moments for viewers rewatching it.

  • Shout-Out
    "We'd be out searching for that treasure! Sailing the seas on a five-year mission, boldly going where no man has gone before! Say, that's catchy."

...What's the other shout out to Star Trek? O_o
12:45:22 PM May 16th 2010
For those of you who haven't seen the movie, and we're doubting how Meaningful the Names were, here's the role call:
Long-John Silver
Short-Stack Stevens (a dwarf)
One-Eyed Jack (wearing an eye-patch)
Black-Eyed Pete (has a black eye)
Wall-Eyed Pike (a wall-eyed pike)
Polly Lobster (Long-John's Talking Parrot Lobster)
Mad Monty (dangerous, and looks it)
Sweetums (Odd Name Out)
Old Tom (old Muppet)
Real Old Tom (mummified Muppet)
Dead Tom (skeletal Muppet)
Clueless Morgan (Cloud Cuckoo Lander)
Headless Bill (what do you think?)
Big Fat Ugly Bug Faced Baby-Eating O'Brien (a beautiful woman)
Angel Marie (a hideous monster)
10:12:31 PM Apr 18th 2010
okay, could somebody explain what the Late To The Joke aspect of Piggy's "I'm a Pig, I need Commitment!" joke is? I don't get it.
10:33:24 PM Apr 18th 2010
edited by AnonymousMcCartneyfan
It's related to an old joke. It comes in many forms. Let me give it a shot:

A chicken said to a pig, "Why don't we surprise Farmer McDonald by making him a breakfast of ham and eggs?"

The pig replied, "That's easy for you to say. You'd only have to make a contribution. I'd have to make a commitment!"

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