Fun: Kermit explains visual thinking

In this vintage Muppets clip Kermit and Grump are playing around with visual thinking. It’s a remake of the original black & white version with Kermit and Harry the Hipster. Kind of funny how the language of Kermit has changed since the 70s.

Have fun.


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P.S: The original Black & White version is here. This sketch also exists as a Sesame Street version.

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