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. Over the years, episodes of TV shows have referenced Muppet characters or projects in the titles only.
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. (2012-2016) is a television series created and hosted by Scott Aukerman, featuring his co-host/bandleader Reggie Watts (seasons 1-4) and "Weird Al" Yankovic (season 5).
•Apparently “Mammy Dearest” might be saying that for one to change a stereotype, one must take it as his own and manipulate it into something positive.
However, with Berenbeim’s broad and uneducated perspective on mammy, this moral is unclear.
Throughout every episode, Addie would sing and play her guitar to help her cope with whatever issue she's currently dealing with. It's like I can't understand a word when you guys are...
A sitcom created by Ron Leavitt, who also created Married with Children, which aired on the WB from 1995 to 1999 which centered on Jack Malloy, the father of a dysfunctional family, and his best friend, a stuffed animal rabbit named Mr.
Some people might interpret “family” as the second question I posted, helping to fuel hatred about the term “mammy.” Another item to post (other than the fact that Berenbeim has no idea of the history and various items mammy has been on other than dolls and Aunt Jemima pancake mix—he never once mentions a movie mammy in the episode) is that most slave women were not overweight due to food rations, most of them never saw their 50th birthday, and, as mentioned, most light-skinned slave (women included) worked in slave households (darker-skinned slaves worked in the fields).
Unless he has a journal written by his great-great-grandmother (which is highly unlikely, since many slaves could not read or write) or her slave owner talking about how overweight she was, how does Gaines know that she was a mammy?
An animated variety series similar to Animaniacs and produced by Steven Spielberg featuring Dr.
Vic Frankenstein with his assistant Igor and their dim-witted Frankenstein monster known as Phil.
Then again, the term could be used as affection towards this woman, but in the context of the word, this seems highly unlikely.