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Who is your favorite Muppet character?
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answered:    November 28, 2011
I was always a big Grover fan. "I walked up these 39 and all I get is a wall?" Never could find him in those days in the stuffed toys.
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answered:    November 26, 2011
That's like asking who your favorite child is. I don't think I can pick just one. I like all of the Muppets for very different reasons: Kermit for his decency; Miss Piggy for her theatricality; Gonzo for his individuality; Fozzie for his insecurity; Statler and Waldorf for their sarcasm; Rolf for his talent as a pianist; Rizzo for his wisecracks; the Swedish Chef for his voice. I could go on, but I think you get the idea.
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answered:    December 13, 2011
My impulse answer would be Animal because he's just that awesome, but Fozzie would come in a very close second with Rowlf pulling up in third.

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answered:    November 29, 2011
I've always had a thing for frogs, so Kermit!
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answered:    November 28, 2011
Animal! And Gonzo comes a CLOSE second!
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answered:    November 26, 2011
Probably Gonzo the Great. That or Sweedish Chef. "Bork bork bork!, ya Schpoony schpoon goes next to da bork!"
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answered:    January 18, 2012
The fuzzy little dude that plays the drums - isn't that Animal??
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answered:    December 22, 2011
Its hard to dislike any of the Muppets, but I don't have a favorite among the cast known as "muppets" that outstrips my favorite Jim Henson character, Ernie (though Grover is a close second).

Children's Workshop (and thus Sesame Street) started the year I was born and, despite that not being exactly uncommon, I always thought I was special because of that temporal link -- I learned to tell time when I was not quite 4 so I knew when to run back in for Sesame Street.  I watched Sesame Street well past the age when it would be cool to admit it because I found it endlessly clever.  As a family we would watch the Muppet show more faithfully than any other during that time frame (my sisters fav was Miss Piggy my father preferred the rarely seen Crazy Harry with Animal and Statler and Waldorf all tied for second, my mother never professed a favorite). 

That said, I have to agree with Chris_Pandolfi though, picking a favorite leaves a tinge of guilt.
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