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According to this fictional biography, he was born in Leland, Mississippi , alongside approximately 2, siblings,  though a "interview" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show has him state that he was from the swamps of Louisiana. As portrayed in the film Kermit's Swamp Years , at the age of 12, he was the first of his siblings to leave the swamp, and one of the first frogs to talk to humans. He is shown in the film encountering a year-old Jim Henson played by Christian Kriebel for the first time.
According to The Muppet Movie , Kermit returned to the swamp, where a passing agent Dom DeLuise noted he had talent and, thus inspired, he headed to Hollywood, encountering the rest of the Muppets along the way. Together, they were given a standard "rich and famous" contract by Lew Lord Orson Welles of Wide World Studios and began their showbiz careers.
In Before You Leap , Kermit again references encountering Jim Henson sometime after the events depicted in the course of The Muppet Movie and details their friendship and their partnership in the entertainment industry, crediting Henson as being the individual to whom he owes his fame.
At some point after the events of The Muppet Movie , Kermit and the other Muppets begin The Muppet Show , and the characters remain together as a group, before starring in the other Muppet films and Muppets Tonight , with Kermit usually at the core of the stories as the lead protagonist. Kermit is shown in The Muppet Movie as stating that the events of the film are "approximately how it happened" when asked by his nephew Robin about how the Muppets got started.
Fozzie Bear is portrayed as Kermit's best friend—a fact reiterated by Kermit in Before You Leap —and the two were frequently seen together during sketches on The Muppet Show and in other Muppet-related media and merchandise. On August 4, , Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy "announced" that they had ended their romantic relationship.
Kermit was one of the original main Muppet characters on Sesame Street. Unlike the rest of the show's Muppets, Kermit was never any property of Sesame Workshop and has rarely been a part of the show's merchandise. In The Muppet Show television series, Kermit was the central character, the showrunner , and the long-suffering stage manager of the theater show, trying to keep order amidst the chaos created by the other Muppets.
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Henson once claimed that Kermit's job on the Muppet Show was much like his own: "trying to get a bunch of crazies to actually get the job done. On Muppets Tonight , Kermit was still a main character, although he was the producer rather than frontman. The character was formerly featured at the attraction version in Disney California Adventure Park , at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California , until its closure in Great Moments in American History.
Kermit the Frog has appeared in almost every Muppet production, as well as making guest appearances in other shows and movies. Below is a list of his more well-known appearances:  . Kermit was awarded an honorary doctorate of Amphibious Letters on May 19, , at Southampton College , New York, where he also gave a commencement speech. Kermit was also given the honor of being the Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses Parade in The star is located at Hollywood Blvd.
On Kermit's 50th birthday in , the United States Postal Service released a set of new stamps with photos of Kermit and some of his fellow Muppets on them. Kermit was also the grand marshal for Michigan State University 's homecoming parade in Kermit's legacy is also deeply entrenched in the science community. The other is named after Miss Piggy. Kermit has made numerous guest appearances on popular television shows, including co-hosting individual episodes of a number of long-running talk shows. Jim Henson's characters, including the Muppets, have inspired merchandise internationally, with Chris Bensch, chief curator of Rochester, New York 's The Strong National Museum of Play , reporting "There seems to have been a particular craze for Kermit the Frog in Japan ," likely due to the " cuteness appeal".
Henson alleged that the "counterfeit merchandise" falsely indicated that the characters belonged to Disney, although the latter company had the right to exercise use of the characters due to an earlier licensing agreement. Disney representative Erwin Okun said the lawsuit was "outrageous" and "an unfortunate break with the legacy of a fine relationship with Disney that Jim Henson left behind". The Leland Chamber of Commerce's small Kermit-themed museum set out to preserve some of the dolls and merchandise.
In March , Sad Kermit , an unofficial parody, was uploaded to the website YouTube , showing a store-bought Kermit puppet performing a version of the Nine Inch Nails song " Hurt " in a style similar to Johnny Cash 's famous cover version. In contrast to the real Kermit character's usual family-friendly antics, the video shows the puppet engaging in drug abuse , smoking, alcoholism, performing oral sex on Rowlf the Dog , smashing a picture of Miss Piggy with a breast exposed and attempting suicide. The video became an Internet meme. The Victoria Times Colonist called it an "online sensation".
Kermit has also appeared in a popular meme in which he is shown sipping tea, "one used when you sassily point something out, and then slyly back away, claiming that it's not [your] business". New York magazine replied that, "Kermit is a frog. A frog is an amphibian. A lizard is a reptile. It's just so insulting.
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Beyond a frog and a lizard both being clearly ectothermic , they couldn't be any more different. Not all green things are the same, you ignorant bastards". In November , a new meme surfaced of Kermit talking to a hooded version of himself which represents the self and its dark inner thoughts.
It involves captioning of a screenshot taken from the Muppets Most Wanted movie of Kermit and Constantine looking at each other. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Muppet. For the frog species called "kermit frog", see Hyalinobatrachium dianae. Muppet character. Muppet frog Muppet lizard Sam and Friends. Disney's The Muppets Character Encyclopedia. New York: DK Publishing.
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And though I think such PC game-playing is relatively rare and these scenarios are not the harbinger of doom that Peterson sees them as, you can find examples almost everywhere. To Peterson, the patrolmen of the thought police lurk around every corner, most insidiously in the modern university.
The academy, he argues, has been thoroughly corrupted by political correctness, especially the humanities and social sciences. I n early November, I met Peterson at his home, a cozy semi on a serene, leafy street in Seaton Village. He shares the house with his wife, Tammy, and their year-old son, Julian, a web designer and programmer. They also have a year-old daughter, a Ryerson student named Mikhaila, after Mikhail Gorbachev.
Peterson, who is 54, was barefoot, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans. Peterson sat in an armchair between a pair of floor-to-ceiling totem poles and spoke, almost without pause, for an hour and a half, as if I knew everything and nothing about what he was saying. On the many TV appearances Peterson made in the months after the YouTube lectures, he was uniformly dour, unapologetic and supercilious. The person I met was not much different. Peterson was unperturbed. He said Trump was no worse than Reagan and that the Democrats got what they deserved for abandoning the working class and playing identity politics.
As in his videos, every compelling pronouncement he made for example, how can you really measure racism? But in the three times we talked, I think he smiled maybe twice. Until he posted those YouTube lectures, he had been a popular but low-profile academic. He was born in and grew up in Fairview, a small town about five hours northwest of Edmonton. His father, Walter, was a schoolteacher and vice-principal; his mother, Beverley, worked as a librarian at the Fairview campus of Grande Prairie College. Peterson was the eldest of three kids, and his childhood was, unsurprisingly, bookish.
He learned to read at the age of three, he says. He worked for the NDP throughout most of his teenage years. He finished undergrad at the University of Alberta, first studying political science and then psychology. He became obsessed with the Cold War and the nuclear arms race, and, for a year or so, was haunted by apocalyptic nightmares. Literature offered both solace and solutions.