|Reviews for The Death That Brought The Muppets Closer Together|
| Mr. FanficGuy chapter 1 . 1/26/2015
Jim actually died of a rare bacterial infection that could have been cured, but because he didn't want to trouble anyone, and the fact that at first it seemed just like a regular cold, he chose not to go to the hospital until it was too late.
| toonboydangamerdude17 chapter 1 . 8/5/2014
'Muppets Tonight' is amazing!
| EmilyTheBrave chapter 1 . 1/8/2014
When I had found out that Jim Henson had died,(This was at least 5 years ago) I wanted to know why a great mind, great entertainer, and great puppeteer had to have been taken out of the world. We all love Jim Henson. Was Dr. Teeth closer to Jim than Kermit was?
| Msytic Dreamer chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
A very sweet dedication to Jim Henson... If I remember right, he gave Rowlf, Kermit and Dr. Teeth the voice cause he loves to sing a lot.. That's from what I heard on the Muppet Show through the little subtitles. But anyways very sweet story love it. Going to favorite it too if i didn't already.
| Scooter12345 chapter 1 . 10/24/2010
I'm in LOVE with the Mupets. My mom used to sing Rainbow Connection to me when I was a baby [I was born in 1995] and I grew up watching Fraggle reruns. :D I love the Minstral episode and I used to have a hat JUST LIKE Travlin' Matt's. I'm in love with Kermit the Frog too. I got a Fozzy Bear for graduation. Sometimes the Muppets are all I can use to make me smile. I just cut my tendon in my pinky this weekend and I put on Muppets meet Manhaten and laughed and cried through the whole thing. Its magical. His vision was magical. Great tribute. :D
| 0Darn-the-Light0 chapter 1 . 2/23/2010
Very nice tribute to Mr. Henson...*scurries off to your page in search of more Muppets*
| Poohbear98366 chapter 1 . 1/20/2010
awh, cute story. I'm ashamed to admit, but when Kermit screamed "You suck God!" I couldn't stop myself from giggling a little. And when Nagini said "Isn't he the guy who made Labyrinth?" I could almost picture the facepalmed Kermit going "ohmygawd..." hehehe. But seriously, this was a touching tribute to Jim, and an enjoyable read.
Peace and Love.