The New Yorker recently posted their list of seven precepts that should govern any good Muppet movie. They are as follows:
- The Muppets should play themselves.
- The Muppets should have bigger parts than the humans.
- You need great cameos.
- Among the Muppets, Kermit and Piggy must have top billing.
- Go easy on the lessons.
- Throw some jokes to the adults, too.
- Lavish musical numbers.
Throughout the years, there have been a few Muppet videogames, but nothing truly classic. Might this be the time to give it another shot? Hey, we’ve already got a set of ground rules in place…
In closing, if you don’t like the Muppets, you have no soul.