Saturday, November 26, 2005

From the Balcony: Episode 12

A new episode of "Statler and Waldorf: From the Balcony" was posted on today. In the latest installment of the bi-weekly web-show, Statler and Waldorf talk about the films "In the Mix" and "Rent", plus two Muppet rats (Stan and Louie) drop in to take you underneath the balcony and talk about "Yours, Mine, and Ours". You can also learn the meaning of this weeks balconism, "WEAK-quel". So check out the "From the Balcony" website on and watch the latest episode (keep watching after the closing logos for some "Balcony bloopers"). And be sure to check back for the next episode on December 10th.


Nic Kramer said...

I thought the rat part was funny(then again I'm very open mindded)and found it ironic when they mention WEAK-quels, one of the films they mention was Blues Brothers 2000 which had Frank Oz in it.

Anonymous said...

What's more ironic? Mentioning a movie wherein Frank Oz does a favor for a friend, or this exchange?

Statler: "I think the studio was trying to preserve the integrity of the work."

Waldorf: "I think the studio was trying to preserve a profit!"

You be the judge.