A collection of other posts that don't fit into a set series such as Muppet Comic Mondays, Weekly Muppet Wednesdays, or Sesame Street Saturdays. These posts are part of their own series as well and most are written by our fantastic fan contributors. Below you'll find opinion articles, Muppet Fan Testimonials, artwork, fan collections, and much, much more!
Written and selected by Ryan Dosier, 120 Awesome Muppet Songs highlights exactly 120 songs from the world of the Muppets, Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock, and more to compile a list of the essential and most awesome Muppet music of all-time. Presented in segments of 15 songs for eight posts, the series concluded after eight weeks.
       PART 1      PART 2      PART 3      PART 4      PART 5      PART 6      PART 7      PART 8
The Great Muppet Survey is a return of a series of two articles from 2009 which asked Muppet fans some questions about their fandom and showcased their answers. Almost four years later, we've brought it back for more Muppet fans! Submitting your answers to the Survey is easy, just check out our initial post and fill in your answers! We'll showcase them on the site soon!
Ryan Dosier's Answers
Joe Hennes's Answers
Kyle Mahoney's Answers
Sydney "DarthSydious"'s Answers
Danny Beckwith's Answers
Beth Kondrick's Answers
Michael Oberg's Answers 
John Papovitch's Answers 
James Loyd's Answers 
Benny Sheckner's Answers 
Scott Champion's Answers
Connor Burke's Answers
Julia Gaskill's Answers
Jarrod Fairclough's Answers
Michael Wermuth, Jr.'s Answers
BJ Wanlund's Answers
Fawn Feather's Answers
Mary Arline's Answers
Stephanie Routh's Answers
Adam Dickstein's Answers
Justin Tonglet's Answers
Erica Rodriguez's Answers
John Wessner's Answers
Renee Angely's Answers
Maria Kersey's Answers
Ceris Thomas's Answers
Rachel Herrick's Answers
Steven Brandon's Answers
Shane Keating's Answers
Bruce Aguilar's Answers  
Holly Mahar's Answers
Jennifer Filips' Answers
David Counterman's Answers
Daniel Kimbrell's Answers
John Anthony's Answers
Benjamin Breeden's Answers
Lucy Parat's Answers
Mark Hansen's Answers
Joseph Scarbrough's Answers
Professor Ryan Dosier and sometimes guest lecturers head a semi-weekly lecture on various topics within the Muppet world, keeping you up to date on your Muppetology knowledge. As an introductory course, Muppetology 101 has covered topics such as character recasts and character couplings and in the future will look at various Muppet productions and the order they came in.
Have you ever wondered how some Muppet fans became Muppet fans? How did a kid like Maxwell Jessop, born years after the Jim Henson era, come to love the Muppets? How did The Muppet Mindset's Ryan Dosier get obsessed and start this website? You'll find out the answers to all of these and much more in our ongoing series of Muppet Fan Testimonials. If you would like to share your story, email Ryan Dosier at muppetmindset@gmail.com.
Aaron Buitron
Kevin Hodgson
Jarrod Fairclough
Renee Angely
Mark Hansen
Jordan Sibayan
Beth Kondrick
Michael Wermuth, Jr.
Maxwell Jessop 
Casey Daron
Ryan Dosier
Blake Taylor  
Justine Sautjeau 
Julia Gaskill
Kyle Mahoney
Michaela Christene
Joel Swanson
Erica Rodriguez
Mitchell Stein
Muppet Retro Reviews is the latest article series on The Muppet Mindset. Originated by frequent contributor Kyle Mahoney reviewing Big Bird in China and Big Bird in Japan, the series takes another look at "retro" Muppet productions--those productions produced in the past. We try to focus on projects made before the year 2000, but we'll settle for whatever! If you would like to 
contribute to Muppet Retro Reviews, submit an article to muppetmindset@gmail.com.
Big Bird in China and Big Bird in Japan reviewed by Kyle Mahoney
Billy Bunny's Animal Songs reviewed by Michael Wermuth, Jr.
Muppet Monster Adventure Video Game reviewed by Joshua Gillespie
Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting reviewed by Mary Arline
Sesame Street Episode 0001 reviewed by Michael Wermuth, Jr.
The Christmas Toy reviewed by Michael Wermuth, Jr.
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street reviewed by Ryan Dosier
John Denver & the Muppets: A Christmas Together reviewed by Ryan Dosier
A Muppet Family Christmas reviewed by Chris Stulz
Muppet Sing-Alongs: Muppet Treasure Island reviewed by Hubert A.
Gonzo Presents Muppet Weird Stuff reviewed by Michael Wermuth, Jr.
The Muppets at Walt Disney World reviewed by Ryan Dosier
Rocky Mountain Holiday reviewed by Michael Wermuth, Jr.
Sesame Street: 25 Wonderful Years reviewed by Ryan Dosier
The Jim Henson Hour, Part 1 reviewed by Caitlin Childress
The Muppet Fan's Muppet Collection Chronicle is an ongoing series that showcases Muppet fans and their extensive Muppet collections. It is sponsored by our friends at Muppet Stuff, run by Chris Stulz. Whether your collection is massive like Christopher O'Connor, a Fozzie Bear only collection like Daniel Moss, or a video showing off your collection like Dave Hulteen, we want to see it! If you would like to show off your Muppet collection, email Ryan Dosier at muppetmindset@gmail.com or Chris Stulz at MuppetsStuff@gmail.com.
Ryan Dosier, part 1 part 2
Ann Brooks 
Casey Daron  
Shane Keating
Dave Hulteen (Video Exclusive)
Kyle Mahoney 
Joe Vassalotti 
Julia Gaskill
Jarrod Fairclough 
Gavan Sullivan
Justin H. Piatt
JD Hansel
Ceris Thomas
Peter Valentin
Weston Long
John Papovitch 
Contributor Lucas Ervin took us on a fantastic ride through 100 different classic clips from The Muppet Show in 100 days as a countdown to November 23, 2011 when The Muppets movie hit theaters in the United States. Each week spotlighted a different theme and features seven different clips--one for each day of that week.
100 Days: Recurring Sketches
93 Days: Guest Stars
86 Days: Crazy Characters 
79 Days: The Pigs 
72 Days: One-Hit Wonders 
65 Days: Opening Numbers 
58 Days: The Muppet Monsters 
51 Days: Robin the Frog
44 Days: Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem 
37 Days: Rowlf the Dog
30 Days: Scooter
23 Days: Gonzo the Great  
16 Days: Fozzie Bear
9 Days: Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, Part 1 
4 Days: Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, Part 2

One of our most frequent contributors and our greatest (and only) unpaid intern, Lisa Alexander, provided us with nearly 20 weeks of fantastic quotes and jokes from Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock in her series Almost Daily Fraggle Rock Quotations Presented by Lisa "the Intern" Alexander. Due to scheduling conflicts, Lisa has been unable to continue her Quotations, but there is plenty of Fraggle goodness to enjoy in the weeks below!
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Weeks 4, 5, 6 
Week 7
Week 8
Weeks 9 and 10
Week 11
Week 12
Week 13
Week 14
Week 15
Week 16
Week 17
Week 18
Week 19
(Kind of) Weekly Muppet Quotes by Casey Daron took Lisa the Intern's idea for Fraggle Rock quotes and took it to the Muppet world. In his biweekly posts, Casey collects several quotes from Muppet productions and Muppet characters and puts them out there for all of us to enjoy. He started off without a set theme, but now the quotes feature spotlights on specific Muppet characters or duos such as Gonzo and Rizzo or Floyd Pepper.
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5 (Easter Edition)
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Spotlight: Kermit the Frog
Spotlight: Pepe the King Prawn
Spotlight: Gonzo and Rizzo
Spotlight: Kermit and Fozzie
Spotlight: Miss Piggy
Spotlight: Floyd Pepper
Spotlight: Sam the Eagle
Spotlight: Statler and Waldorf
Spotlight: Fozzie Bear 
Spotlight: Angus McGonagle
Spotlight: Rowlf the Dog 
Spotlight: Sweetums 
Spotlight: Walter
Spotlight: Lew Zealand 
Spotlight: Link Hogthrob 
Spotlight: Scooter  
Dinosaurs Spotlight: Baby Sinclair
Dinosaurs Spotlight: Robbie Sinclair 
Dinosaurs Spotlight: Charlene Sinclair
Dinosaurs Spotlight: Earl Sinclair
Dinosaurs Spotlight: BP Richfield
Christmas Spotlight: A Muppet Family Christmas
Christmas Spotlight: The Muppet Christmas Carol   

In his first, and currently longest, series, "?" with Jarrod Fairclough, frequent contributor Jarrod Fairclough provided us with some wonderful questions that a lot of Muppet fans always wanted to ask, but never knew who to ask or why to ask them. Jarrod solved this problem with some wonderful Muppet celebrity guests including Sesame Street artist Joe Mathieu, Muppet writer Jim Lewis, and Muppeteer Bill Barretta.
Why does Oscar the Grouch wear a hat in illustrations? 
Why does Oscar the Grouch wear a hat in illustrations? THE ANSWER!
An Emergency Meeting - Katy Perry
What the heck is going on with the Fraggle Rock Movie?  
What the heck is going on with the Fraggle Rock Movie? THE ANSWER!
Why does Pepe say "okay" at the end of sentences?
Why does Pepe say "okay" at the end of sentences? THE ANSWER!
Why does Pepe say "okay" at the end of sentences? UPDATE  
What is the best Sesame Street toy out there?
What is the best Sesame Street toy out there? THE ANSWER! 
A spin-off of our popular Weekly Muppet Wednesdays series, Weekly Muppeteer Wednesdays are a collection of Muppet performer profiles written by contributor Tom Stroud. Each profile features a different Muppeteer and spotlights their contributions to the Muppet world, notable characters, and back-stories.
Jim Henson
Frank Oz
Richard Hunt
Jerry Nelson
Dave Goelz
Steve Whitmire
Caroll Spinney  
Kevin Clash
Bill Barretta  
Martin P. Robinson
Brian Henson
Karen Prell
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph  
David Rudman 
Peter Linz
Noel MacNeal
Fozzie Bear
Joey Mazzarino   
Yet another spin-off of our popular Weekly Muppet Wednesdays series. This series spotlights the human characters in Muppet productions, such as the Sesame Street adults and Jareth from Labyrinth. The series is exclusively written by frequent contributor Kyle Mahoney.
Doc (Fraggle Rock) 
The Storyteller (The Storyteller)
Bob (Sesame Street)
Jareth (Labyrinth) 
The Man (Time Piece
Doc Hopper (The Muppet Movie)
Ebeneezer Scrooge (The Muppet Christmas Carol)
Gary (The Muppets
Long John Silver (Muppet Treasure Island)
Muppet Maestros is a series by frequent contributor Hilarie Mukavitz who looks at influential names in the world of music and explains how she never would have known of them if it weren't for the Muppets. How many of us can say we would have any idea who Victor Borge is without Muppets? 
Alice Cooper
Cab Calloway
Victor Borge
Randy Newman
Derek Scott  
John Denver 
Shel Silverstein
The Monkees
Harry Nilsson  
The Beatles
Madeline Kahn
James Taylor
Paul Williams
The Muppet Mindset Presents... How To... is a series of articles started way back in 2010 when Lisa the Intern wrote an article about How To... Train Your Dog to Be Like Sprocket. The series continued briefly later that year when James Carroll made an amazing How To... Draw Pepe in 10 Easy Steps piece using Flash. The series was revived in 2012 by Maxwell Jessop whose articles so far have included How To... Make Friends with a Rat and How To... Become a Superhero.
How To... Train Your Dog to Be Like Sprocket
How To... Draw Pepe in 10 Easy Steps
How To... Make Friends with a Rat
How To... Become a Superhero
How To... Be an Awesome Storyteller 
How To... Be a Fraggle 
How To... Act Around Bears 
How To... Say No to Wilkins Coffee
How To... Be a Good Roommate
How To... Enjoy a Hotel Stay 
In September, 2010, one year after Ryan Dosier started this website, we featured The Muppet Mindset's One Year Anniversary Celebration with three great posts. The first featured birthday wishes from Muppet fans on Facebook, Twitter, and from frequent contributors to The Muppet Mindset. The second post was an incredible collection of congratulatory remarks from Muppet royalty including Pepe the King Prawn, Matt Vogel, ToughPigs.com's Joe Hennes and Ryan Roe, and many more. The final day was Ryan Dosier's day to thank everyone for everything and ramble on for far too long--which is what he tends to do every day.
Birthday Wishes from Fans and Contributors
Birthday Wishes from Muppet People
Thanks from Ryan Dosier
The Diary of an Obsessed Muppet Fan was Ryan Dosier's noble and unrealized goal to watch something Muppety every week and write about them in a diary that he didn't love anymore. The plan was to go in chronological order, starting with The Muppet Show Season 1, but by the time he got to Rocky Mountain Holiday, he sort of gave up. Thankfully, there's plenty of great stuff to read from what Ryan did get through!
In 2010, Ryan Dosier and family traveled to Orlando, Florida to visit the greatest place on Earth. He chronicled this experience and all the Muppety happenings in The Muppet Mindset Goes to Walt Disney World. Part 1 follows Ryan through the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, while Part 2 goes to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, plus Downtown Disney and other locales.
Part 2
Another series by Ryan Dosier, Muppets on Your iPhone featured reviews of applications from iTunes featuring the Muppets of Sesame Street and one featuring Animal.
The British Correspondent, known for his cruelties to Ryan's cat, penned his first continuing series with It's Not Easy Being Mean, a collection of profiles on the great villains in the world of the Muppets. From Doc Hopper all the way to The Muppet Show Comic Book's Kismet the Toad, The British Correspondent explains the Muppet bad guys better than anyone.
Another series from Lisa the Intern, The Epic CD-ROM Family Adventure, takes us on a journey as Lisa plays through the 1996 computer game for Muppet Treasure Island. Unfortunately, she never finished, and the world may never know what happened to Long John Silver.
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5