Kermit the Frog: Well, I have a dream too, but it’s about singing and dancing and making people happy. It’s the kind of dream that gets better the more people you share it with. And I found a whole group of friends who have the same dream, and that makes us sort of like a family.
Rowlf the Dog: I finish work, go home, read a book, have a couple of beers, take myself for a walk, and go to bed.
Kermit the Frog: Gee, nice and simple.
Rowlf: Avoid women, that’s my motto.
Kermit: But I can’t.
Rowlf: Neither can I. That’s my trouble.
Doc Hopper: Find me a bear and a frog in a brown Studebaker.
Max: All I see is a bear and a frog in a rainbow Studebaker.
Bernie: I’ve got to catch a plane.
Kermit the Frog: With that tongue? No way.
Statler: Well, how do you like the film?
Waldorf: I’ve seen detergents that leave a better film than this.
Waiter: Sparkling Muscatel. One of the finest wines of Idaho.
Fozzie: A bear in his natural habitat. A Studebaker.
Gonzo: I’m going to Bombay, India, to become a movie star!
Fozzie: You don’t go to Bombay to become a movie star. You go where we’re going:Hollywood!
Gonzo: Sure, if you want to do it the easy way!
Kermit: Bear left!
Kermit: Bear left! Bear left!
Fozzie: Right, frog!
German Scientist: We are going to perform an electronic cerebractomy.
Doc Hopper: A what?
German Scientist: An electronic cerebractomy! It’s something so sensational, you’ll have to hold on to your hat…Look, when a German scientist says hold on to your hat, he isn’t making casual conversation, he means hold on to your hat. Hat! Hold!
Fozzie (to the band after they painted his Studebaker): I don’t know how to thank you.
Kermit: I don’t know why to thank you.