Saturday, June 9, 2012

WORD OF THE DAY! 6/9/12.

Arthurian [ahr-thoor-ee-uhn]
adjective
1. Of or pertaining to King Arthur, who, with his knights, formed the subject of large part of medieval romance.

EX.Pictured above and below you can see the Muppets cast dressed as characters from Arthurian lore and, to be honest, I would love to see a Muppets film based on the premise. It would, basically, be a FUNNIER version of Monty Python. That's right Holy Grail fans. I'm calling you out.

Muppet Treasure Island and the Muppet Christmas Carol were two great examples of a Muppets genre parody.

BILLY BONES DEATH SCENE

And the Star Wars episode of Muppet Babies is a lost treasure. It even includes a Jetsons parody and a Star Trek parody. The people who made the show must've been having a lot of fun drawing their characters in cool outfits.

THIS IS INSANE?!




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