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In the episode "Car Trouble", Bryan Pearson (Skyler Gisondo) gets in a fight at school, and tries to get his parents to not call the school because they'll embarrass him.Lauren Pearson (Jennifer Lawrence) points out that he has an Elmo lunchbox and is worried that his mother will embarrass him. " In the episode "Rich Youngsta," Dre does a commercial for a rapper, Rich Youngsta that he shows to his agent, he then tells Dre he talked to him about more sponsorships, and even a guest spot on Sesame Street, Dre responds "With Elmo?The following is a list of Muppet Mentions made in TV shows outside of the Henson/Sesame fold, which are too brief or minor to constitute having their own page in the TV Mentions category. An animated Canadian sitcom set in the fictional "Galleria Shopping Mall" and starring an ensemble cast of six sixteen-year-old friends as they explore their first part-time jobs and lives as teenagers.In episode, "Boo, Dude," Jen Masterson has to dress up as a pig for Halloween at her job and one guy says, "Yo Miss Piggy, digging the snout, man." Nickelodeon sketch comedy show.In the pilot episode, a frog rapper (played by Kenan Thompson) is asked if Kermit is his father.
In the episode, "Change We Can't Believe In", Veronica (Portia de Rossi) calls scientists Phil (Jonathan Slavin) and Lem (Malcolm Barrett) "Bunsen" and "Beaker"." to which Rich Youngsta responds "with all of those furry fuzzy motherfuckers, man" In the episode "Inheritance," Rhonda forbids her brother Dre from eating in her car, when he questions if this is a rule, she replies "No, you just eat like Cookie Monster." An animated series on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] block, based on the movie of the same name.The pilot episode, "Trouble on Puppet Street," features many references to Sesame Street and The Muppet Show.Connections The second season episode "The Last TV Show" deals with psychologist Robert Hartley appearing on a public television show.His neighbor Howard Borden says, "Oh, I love public television. Buckley, David Susskind, The Muppets." The British show Bo' Selecta!
In the season three episode "Bloody Ferlin," Archer's coworker, agent Ray Gillette, mentions that he once kept a diary with Miss Piggy on the cover.