All The Female Muppets, The Complete List

If you're looking for a list of all the female Muppets, you're in luck! This is a list of all the female Muppets who were part of the Muppet franchises.

Please Note: This list includes female Muppets that have appeared as characters in a speaking role in multiple Muppet productions (i.e. multiple episodes, films, specials, ect.) with a consistent name and personality (this does not account for unnamed extras, recycled puppets, or puppets that resurface in crowd scenes or as silent background extras).


Miss Piggy

Miss Piggy is one of the central characters on "The Muppet Show". She is a force of nature who developed from a one-joke running gag into a complex, three-dimensional character.

Miss Piggy is a prima-donna pig who is absolutely convinced that she's destined for stardom, and nothing is going to stand in her way. Her public face is the soul of feminine charm, but she can instantly fly into a rage whenever she thinks she's insulted or thwarted. Kermit the Frog has learned this all too well; when she isn't smothering him in kisses, she's sending him flying through the air with a karate-chop.


Camilla the Chicken

Camilla the Chicken is the love of Gonzo's life. Her proper introduction on "The Muppet Show" is in episode 318 when she and Gonzo have their first date. She was previously seen and mentioned by name in episode 305 during the jousting scene, and in episode 309 when Gonzo attempted to audition her and another chicken named Nellie for Liberace's concert (he eventually agrees to sign them on for his Las Vegas act).


As Miss Piggy started out as one of a number of pigs, and Rizzo as one of many rats, Camilla evolved out of a group of chickens used on "The Muppet Show" as background Muppets. Before being named in episode 309, a precursor to Camilla appeared in episode 303 replacing Gonzo in the Pigs in Space sketch, and as Gonzo's dancing partner in episode 305 (played by Dave Goelz). Even as far back as episode 217, Gonzo finds love with a chicken when he sings "Won't Somebody Dance with Me" at the dance.

Annie Sue Pig

Annie Sue is a young female pig singer on "The Muppet Show." Miss Piggy saw the cute young singing pig as a rival for Kermit's attention, and the audience's affection. However, Annie Sue saw Piggy as a role model. She was specially designed for her regular Muppeteer, Louise Gold.


Annie Sue appeared in the background during the second season, first in episode 214 in a group of hip Muppets (wearing a pink wig instead of her signature yellow curls).

She was then "introduced" as Miss Piggy's rival in episode 302. In this episode, Piggy is furious when Kermit hires a new girl pig singer, Annie Sue, especially when he introduces her as "the Muppets' delightful little lady of song." Annie Sue also helps Fozzie Bear with his memory act, easily winning over the crowd. When Kermit congratulates her, she modestly says, "I didn't do very much." To make Piggy feel better, Kermit lets her do the dramatic recitation she's always wanted to do, Wordsworth's "Daffodils," but the flowers on the set are filled with sneezing powder. Later, Piggy sees Kermit peck Annie Sue on the cheek, and she launches a vicious karate chop at him.


Denise The Pig

Denise the pig is featured in the 2015 ABC series "The Muppets." She serves as the network's Head of Marketing on Up Late with Miss Piggy.

Some time before "Pig Girls Don't Cry", she met "Up Late's" Executive Producer, Kermit the Frog at a cross-promotional synergy meeting. Shortly after, they began dating. In an interview with Extra, Kermit says that she was one of the people who had the idea for the Muppets to do a new show, and they hit it off. He later admitted to Entertainment Tonight that he's got a thing for pigs because he finds their curly tails attractive.


Denise (Muppets TV)

Denise is a muppet character created for the 2006 French series "Muppets TV." The character has lavender skin, blonde hair, and big, red lips and was featured in several sketch segments. When she played Denise Sideul in Les Experts Muppets (a CSI parody), she had black hair. The Whatnot puppet was previously used as Loni Dunne on From the Balcony, Clarissa in "Muppets Tonight" and as an unnamed character in the Muppet Meeting Films.


Emily AKA Mabear

Ma Bear is Fozzie's mother. She debuted in "The Muppet Show" episode 216, in which she's present in the Muppet Theater audience. Fozzie insinuated himself into all the acts that evening, but when he looked out into the audience, he found that his mother fell asleep.


She later joined her son in episode 410, where she danced as Mother Brown in the UK Skit "Knees Up Mother Brown." She's also mentioned in episode 503, standing off-stage (unseen) during Fozzie's comedy act.

Ma Bear later went on to play a key role in "A Muppet Family Christmas" (which took place in her farmhouse) and was also prominent in The Muppets at Walt Disney World. Her last appearance to date was portraying Ma Fozziwig in "The Muppet Christmas Carol." However, a picture of mother and son can be seen in "Muppets from Space," and Fozzie tells her to go home at the end of the credits for "Muppets Most Wanted."

Geri and the Atrics

Geri and the Atrics is a rock and roll band on "The Muppet Show." The polar opposite of Bobby Benson's Baby Band, the group consists of six elderly ladies, and one pair of false teeth. The band appeared in three episodes of "The Muppet Show." The group had a rather eclectic sound, performing classic rock and roll songs, but with classical instruments such as a tuba and cello. Geri and the Atrics debuted in episode 404, with a rendition of "Hound Dog". Statler and Waldorf are quite appreciative, calling the group their kind of act. The band returned in episode 413, singing "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" as the UK Spot.


The group resurfaced the following season, asking the musical question "Who Put the Bomp in the Bomp Bomp Bomp" as the opening act of episode 517. Statler and Waldorf, in their status as the show's producers, reverse their previous opinion, calling the act a terrible mistake. The band is unfazed, noting that they have a gig at the Boom Boom Room.

While Geri and the Atrics disbanded when the series ended, the group would be recycled on many other occasions when old lady Muppets were required, either individually or collectively. As a group, they sang counterpoint to the babies in "The Muppets Take Manhattan;" sat with Statler, Waldorf, and Pops in The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years; and several members appeared in The Muppet Christmas Carol, Muppet Treasure Island, Muppets Tonight, and The Muppets episode "Because... Love‎‎".


Gladys (Muppet Show)

Gladys is a cafeteria lady muppet who wore sparkly, green glasses over the bushy, gray hair that obscured her eyes. Gladys first appeared in episode 301 of "The Muppet Show," in which she worked alongside the Swedish Chef in the Muppet Theater's new canteen. She only appeared in the first half of the third season, though, making her final appearance in a cameo in "The Muppet Movie."


In the fourth season of "The Muppet Show," the role of the cafeteria lady was played by Winny, another Richard Hunt character. Winny's tenure on the show, however, was even shorter than Gladys', and the canteen set was entirely dropped from the show by its fifth season. Gladys, like many previously abandoned characters, has since made several appearances in "The Muppet Show" Comic Book, including in the Muppet Sports and Swedish Chef sketches in the first issue of The Treasure of Peg-Leg Wilson. According to The Muppets Character Encyclopedia, Gladys changed her name from Sally after getting a deal on a necklace with the name Gladys.


Hilda is the seamstress/wardrobe mistress on "The Muppet Show." For the most part, she only appears in the first season of the show; she makes rare appearances as a background character later. Hilda speaks with an Eastern European accent.


Hilda usually appeared backstage. Her onstage appearances include introducing Vincent Price in a scary sketch set in Transylvania, which she claims is her homeland. She participated in the Panel Discussion: "What is Man's Role in the Universe?" in episode 109. She was one of the library patrons who played "The Blue Danube" in episode 124. She also occasionally sang backup for numbers such as "Friends," "I Got a Name," "There's No Business Like Show Business," and "(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song."

In episode 118, she tries to appear younger by wearing a wig, putting on makeup, and even fitting her figure into a corset (until it blows a gasket). She goes to these lengths because no one believes her when she claims she is only 35 years old. In episode 102, Gonzo begs her to mend his teddy bear.


Hilda was one of the central backstage characters in the first season. After performer Eren Ozker left at the end of season one, Hilda appeared in the background in a couple of episodes, but didn't have any more speaking roles.


Janice is the lead guitar player in the Electric Mayhem on "The Muppet Show." She also portrays Nurse Janice in Veterinarian's Hospital ​and appears in various other sketches, frequently as a chorus member. She is occasionally seen in the orchestra during the fifth season of the show. She has a very close relationship with the Electric Mayhem's bass player, Floyd Pepper (although, in the first season of The Muppet Show, she's involved with Zoot in the At the Dance sketch).


In addition to the guitar, Janice has also played the tambourine with the Mayhem, and the trumpet or trombone with the orchestra. In personality, Janice is generally laid-back, noted for her Valley girl "Fer sure" and "Rully" dialogue and behavior (such as tanning herself in The Great Muppet Caper). Twice in the Muppet movies, when caught short during a loud and confusing group discussion, Janice has inadvertently revealed her attitudes towards nudity. In "The Great Muppet Caper," she's interrupted while justifying a willingness to walk along the beach naked to her mother, while in "The Muppets Take Manhattan," she claims that she doesn't pose naked, "even if it is artistic." Janice also has an affinity for baking, at least during the holidays; in "A Muppet Family Christmas," she makes Christmas cookies that are eaten by Cookie Monster, while she brings cupcakes to the party in "A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa." She lists Tina Turner and Joan Jett among her musical influences, while Weezer and OK Go are some of her favorite current bands.


Jill The Frog

Jill is a long-haired, female frog, one of a trio of Mad Ave Advertising executives who work on the Ocean Breeze Soap account in "The Muppets Take Manhattan." Jill and her colleagues, Bill and Gil, recruit the amnesiac Kermit to work with them after he comes up with the brilliant slogan, "Ocean Breeze Soap will get you clean." They also have a habit of using words that rhyme with their names.


In "Manhattan Melodies," the Broadway musical that the Muppets stage at the end of "The Muppets Take Manhattan," Jill plays several small parts, including the salesgirl at the bridal shop where Janice, Camilla and Yolanda Rat bring Miss Piggy to look for a wedding dress. Jill has since made several background appearances in Muppet productions. Most recently, she, Bill, and Gil played bosses in the Muppet RaceMania video game and she also appeared as one of the members for The All Amphibian Band for Kermit and Jimmy Buffett's duet of "Caribbean Amphibian" from Elmopalooza.


Kai-Lee appears in the muppet Play-Along Video series. She has a brother, PJ. Kai-Lee dislikes it when her brother calls her 'Kai' instead of by her full name​.

Lou Jug Band

Lou was the female member of the Lubbock Lou and his Jughuggers jug-band. She served as the group's vocalist and also played tambourine.

Lou debuted in "The Muppet Show" episode 208, and would appear periodically throughout the run of the series, often paired with Slim Wilson. She was featured on the albums "The Muppet Show 2" (singing "Borneo"), and "The Muppet Show Music Album" (as a lead on "Henrietta's Wedding.") In the latter, her name was identified on the album's sleeve. She also made cameos in the first three Muppet films, most notably as a Happiness Hotel resident in "The Great Muppet Caper."


Mama Fiama

Mama Fiama is Johnny Fiama's mother on "Muppets Tonight." Johnny calls her "Ma." Mama Fiama makes a great pasta sauce — so good that Martin Short can't help but eat so much in "Muppets Tonight" episode 110 that he gets as big as a house. In 2005, she FedExed some of her sauce to Jerry Lewis for his telethon. On his way to deliver the sauce to Jerry, Sal spilled the entire contents, leading he and Johnny to sing a rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody".


She also appears in episode 210 and episode 212. Mme. Fiama appears to be religious, as her home is adorned with a crucifix and a copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. A framed portrait of Mama Fiama was included with the Johnny Fiama Action Figure.

Mildred Huxtetter

Mildred Huxtetter muppet is a purple, beak-nosed woman who carries herself with a haughty, aristocratic air. She is very educated, as evidenced by her many appellations, which include BA, MA, PhD, OBE, and RSVP. Mildred made her debut on "The Muppets Valentine Show," where she was performed by Richard Hunt. In that special, Mildred serves as the piano accompanist. She also offers tea to Mia Farrow, mourns over the lack of romance in her own life, and is pursued by Brewster, who mistakes her for his old flame Grace. Although both Mildred's Featured Creature bio at and the Muppet Morsels on "The Muppet Show: Season One" DVDs list Eren Ozker as her regular performer, there are no known instances of her vocalizing in the role.


Because Mildred was never featured in the first season's backstage plots, no context was given for her appearances on "The Muppet Show." Unlike George the Janitor or Hilda (the seamstress), Mildred did not appear to have a position with the Muppet Theater. Nor did she appear to be a performer like Wanda. During the first season of "The Muppet Show," all of her onstage appearances were with George the Janitor in "At the Dance" sketches, where she was performed by Frank Oz. She also danced with Charles Aznavour to "The Old Fashioned Way" in episode 109 and appeared in two ​panel discussions: in episode 109, where she was performed by Richard Hunt, and in episode 115, where she was performed by Dave Goelz.


In episode 204, Mildred appeared as a reporter (voiced by Louise Gold, who would also perform Mildred in episode 305). Although she would appear in the background on "The Muppet Show," "The Jim Henson Hour," "Muppets Tonight" and several Muppet movies, Mildred would have no further speaking roles. She did, however, serve as the receptionist for Muppet Magazine in the 1980s. According to the Spring 1983 issue of Muppet Magazine (which establishes her as the publication's proofreader), Mildred is from Spokane, Washington and once pursued a career as a soprano in The Metropolitan Opera. In 2006, the puppet was on display at the Jim Henson: Performing Artist exhibit at the University of Maryland. Mildred makes a cameo appearance in the 2014 film Muppets Most Wanted.

Miss Mousey

Miss Mousey made her debut in the 1974 special "The Muppets Valentine Show," in which Kermit and Big Mouse vied for her affections during the song "Froggy Went A Courtin'." She broke both of their hearts when she instead rode off with Droop at the end of the scene. Miss Mousey was featured as Miss Piggy's rival for Kermit's affections in episode 212 of "The Muppet Show," in the number "How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You When You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life". Although that was Miss Mousey's last major appearance, and the only one in which she was portrayed as a romantic interest of Kermit's, Miss Piggy claims in Jim Frawley's Camera Tests for "The Muppet Movie" that she broke Miss Mousey in half.


Although the name already appears in the lyrics of "A Frog He Would A-Wooing Go", she's referenced in the song Rowlf the Dog performs with Sam the Eagle in "The Muppet Show" episode 301. According to The Muppets Character Encyclopedia, Miss Mousey left the Muppets quite some time ago, and is now teaching theater classes at a small college in Wisconsin. The Miss Mousey puppet, sans clothes and detailed eyes, appeared in the cast of Woodland Animals singing "For What It's Worth".

Molly Monster

Molly Monster was one of the three Muppet Monster kids in "Little Muppet Monsters." She put on TV shows from the basement of the Muppet house with her brothers Tug and Boo Monster.

Miss Poogy

Miss Poogy is Miss Piggy's thug counterpart that appears in "The Muppets." She is a member of Fozzie's tribute band, The Moopets. Miss Poogy later appeared in "Muppets Most Wanted" as a gulag prisoner.


Miss Poogy was also described in a article:

"Poogy is the anti-Piggy. A ruddy, rough-looking pig adorned in leather and chains, Poogy addressed the others while sharpening a knife in her left hand. She was obviously getting the crew mixed up in something bad, telling them not to 'worry about it' and expressing surprise that they'd never 'done this before.' "

The puppet used for Miss Poogy has also been used as Snorty in Pigs in Space: Deep Dish Nine on "Muppets Tonight" and was reused for different pig customers on Mopatop's Shop like Trevor and Ollie.


Nanny from "Muppet Babies" is the kindly woman who takes care of the nursery. Nanny is always seen from the babies' perspective, so the audience never sees her face. Her head is always cut off at the shoulders or otherwise obscured. The most we see are her legs, clad in green and white striped socks, beneath a pink skirt. On her feet, she wears purple sneakers with red laces. 


Nanny has a sister known to the Babies as Aunt Fanny, who sometimes helps to take care of the Babies. Nanny's existence is not limited to the animated "Muppet Babies" world. A framed embroidery of her can be seen decorating the wall of Baby Piggy, Baby Fozzie and Baby Gonzo as Wee Willie Winkie (in the guise of Baby Kermit) peers into their window in "Muppet Babies' Classic Nursery Rhymes."


Skeeter from "Muppet Babies" is Scooter's twin sister. Unlike the other babies, Skeeter was created specifically for "Muppet Babies" in 1984. With Miss Piggy being the only major female character in "The Muppet Show" cast, Skeeter was introduced as another female figure. An athletic young girl, Skeeter balances Piggy's ultra-feminine role.


She is energetic, gutsy and spirited but, at times, can be a bit of a show-off. Skeeter and her brother Scooter would occasionally show signs of sibling rivalry in the nursery, with Skeeter often calling her brother a "nerd." While Skeeter often expressed interest in being an athlete or gymnast, her brother was more interested in computers and books. Piggy and Skeeter would often fight for the feminine roles; examples of this behavior can be seen in the second season episode "Snow White and the Seven Muppets", wherein the two girls fight over the role of Snow White, and in the fourth season's "Masquerading Muppets", in which Skeeter becomes jealous that Piggy "always gets to be queen."

Like many female Muppets, Skeeter was performed by male actors. Howie Mandel voiced the character for the first two seasons of "Muppet Babies," after which Frank Welker took over the role. Skeeter never appeared in traditional puppet form, but she did appear as a photo puppet in the books "Muppet Babies' Classic Children's Tales" and "Muppet Babies' Classic Nursery Rhymes." A large walk-around version of the character was created for the "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies Live!" stage show.


Spamela Hamderson

Spamela Hamderson is a buxom pig first seen on Muppets Tonight. Spamela is a parody of actress Pamela Anderson, star of TV's "Baywatch," while her name is also a nod to the meat product Spam. Appropriately, Spamela was primarily seen in the recurring Muppets Tonight sketch "Bay of Pigswatch." Other notable appearances on the series include her portrayal of the titular "Firefly" in episode 106 and her frenetic dance with Ernest Pleth in episode 107.


After Muppets Tonight, Spamela made a cameo in episode 19 of From the Balcony, in which she walks past the "Beach House" (a thinly decorated balcony) at the end of the episode, her beauty prompting Statler and Waldorf to rush off the balcony in a contest to get to her. In an "outtake," she dances in the balcony with the critics, causing Waldorf to have heart and back problems. She also makes a cameo in "Muppets Most Wanted" during the wedding scene.

In print, Spamela appears as the titular character in the Muppet Snow White comic. Speaking with Tough Pigs, writer Jesse Blaze Snider explained that he didn't want to use Miss Piggy in a boring role, and went on to describe how he once chose the character to lead a pitch for Muppets: The Bachelorette.Initially, Spamela was performed by Kevin Clash, while Leslie would do her lines off-screen. In "Muppets Most Wanted," Spamela was one of several characters to attend the wedding of Kermit the Frog Constantine and Miss Piggy.



Taminella Grinderfall muppet is the witchiest witch of them all. She was the star of "Tales of the Tinkerdee," an unaired pilot created by Jim Henson and Jerry Juhl in 1962. Taminella is excluded by King Goshposh and his circle from the royal birthday party. In retaliation, she plots to steal Princess Gwendolinda's birthday presents through cunning, multiple disguises, and an insistence on obeying the rules of etiquette while planning to rob the king blind. A master of impersonations, Taminella's guises range from Pierre, the greatest sculptor in Tinkerdee, to Santa Claus himself, to even Princess Gwendolinda. Taminella subsequently appeared as the witch in "Shrinkel and Stretchel", co-starring the RX Twins. She eagerly anticipated consuming the kids, until they informed her of a powerful new magic, Pak-Nit RX, which took her mind off the subject.


The character was revived for the 1971 special "The Frog Prince." Though still voiced by Jerry Juhl, Taminella was now a full-bodied character, puppeteered by Richard Hunt. Her comedic aspects were also toned down and her power and menace emphasized, to present her as a genuine threat to be overcome. Her actions in the special were far more malevolent than silly disguises and present stealing: she turned Sir Robin the Brave into Robin the Frog; fooled the gullible King Rupert the Second into believing that she was his sister, Aunt Taminella, while plotting to take his throne; and cast a spell on Princess Melora that made her talk wackbirds. She was defeated by Robin, when he figured out how to "bake the hall on the candle of her brain." Afterwards, she turned into a bird, and was never used again in another Henson production.


In the original script for "The Great Santa Claus Switch" (which was originally titled "The Witch Who Stole Christmas"), Taminella was intended to be the special's villain. The puppet used for Taminella was recycled as Tommy, who appeared in ads for Kern's Bakery with his partner Fred (previously used as the Prime Minister). Since 2015, the Taminella Grinderfall puppet has been on display at the Center for Puppetry Arts as part of their permanent Worlds of Puppetry exhibit.

Vicki (Human)

Vicki is Kermit's young assistant at MuppeTelevision on "The Jim Henson Hour." A film school graduate, she greatly admires Kermit's leadership skills and the Muppet legacy. However, she makes Kermit feel his age by reminding him of watching "The Muppet Show" while she was in day care. The puppet was later used as Scary Mary in "Muppet Time."



Wanda is a muppet from the Wayne and Wanda singing duo who performed regularly during the first season of "The Muppet Show," often introduced by Sam the Eagle, who approved of their "wholesome, uplifting, and decent" act, but was constantly frustrated by their inability to get past the first verse of any song. While their sketches began as mellow and classy, they always ended in disaster, seemingly foretold by the title of their chosen song.


Their treacly act, consisting of love songs often from musicals and operettas, was reminiscent of Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald. The characters first appeared in the unreleased pilot version of episode 101. In the middle of an extended version of "The Muppet Show Theme," Kermit introduces a clip of them singing "You Made Me Love You," even though neither the song, nor the performers were featured in the pilot itself. Wanda made her first official appearance in the "At the Dance" segment in the same episode, where she danced with Mahna Mahna in both the pilot and broadcast versions.

Wayne and Wanda, as a pair, were properly introduced in a rare backstage segment in episode 102, in which they complained that their act had been cut. They badmouthed guest star Connie Stevens until they realized that she was eavesdropping on their conversation. Their first onstage act was "Stormy Weather" in episode 103. Unfortunately, they were cut entirely from the second season, in part due to the departure of Wanda's performer, Eren Ozker, and in part to the promotion of Jerry Juhl to head writer, who shifted the show's focus from running gags to character-based comedy.



Yolanda Rat first appeared in "The Muppets Take Manhattan" as one of the several rats befriended by Rizzo. She appeared sporadically over the years, until taking on a regular role as Kermit the Frog's assistant in ABC's "The Muppets."


In "The Muppets Take Manhattan," she and her rat compatriots apply for jobs at Pete's Luncheonette. As the only girl in the group, Rizzo frequently makes unwanted passes at her. She gets the job working in the kitchen at Pete's, and helps Kermit with his whispering campaign to sell Manhattan Melodies. Although she and Rizzo don't develop much of an agreeable relationship on screen, they appear to have grown close by the Wedding Finale. Yolanda re-appeared in "The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years," and as a large-scale stage puppet in "The Muppet Show On Tour: 2nd Edition." She was the head of Muppet Studios in the interactive video game You're the Director, where she was named Yolanda Steele, an executive concerned with keeping production under budget. In "Muppet Classic Theater," she plays a huckster who assists in selling invisible attire in "The Emperor's New Clothes".


Yolanda can also be seen in the background of "A Muppet Family Christmas" and "The Muppets" at Walt Disney World, and pops up The Muppet Show Comic Book: Family Reunion, where she is paired with Rizzo. When she and Rizzo played Hansel and Gretel in the Summer 1986 issue of Muppet Magazine, she said she was happy to be saved from being typecast in The Pied Piper of Hamelin... "we play the rats." She briefly appeared in the beginning of The Muppets Kitchen with Cat Cora episode "Movie Night" in 2010, and has a spoken line in the episode "World's Biggest Sandwich". In the Entertainment Weekly "reunions issue" (October 2010), she is incorrectly credited for having been a cast member of "The Muppet Show." She also appeared during the "Life's a Happy Song" finale of 2011's "The Muppets" beside Beauregard and fellow rats. In "The Muppets," she works on the staff of Up Late with Miss Piggy while studying to become an ultrasound technician (she has a 'B' average). She has a close relationship with Rizzo and has been dating a possum who works in advertising.

Zelda Rose

Zelda Rose is a tall, pink female Muppet with gray hair and a long orange nose. She was given her name in episode 203 of "The Muppet Show" when she performed "Who?" with her singing owl. In episode 124, she conducted a group of noisy library patrons to the tune of "The Blue Danube." Zelda was often seen in the audience, and in At the Dance skits with various partners.


Zelda made her debut on "The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence." The puppet had previously been used (without a wig) as Twill, the violinist on The Ed Sullivan Show. In episode 115 of The Muppet Show, it was made to look like a farmer performed by Jim Henson. A prototype version of Zelda was used for the Flower-Eating Monster bit on The Julie Andrews Hour.

Zelda was often performed by Louise Gold, and occasionally by Jerry Nelson. Although Abby Hadfield performed her when she sang "Who?" on The Muppet Show, Louise Gold rerecorded her part when the song was released on The Muppet Show 2 record. In "Muppets Tonight" episode 208, Zelda made a return appearance (though her name is never mentioned), as Dr. Phil van Neuter's mother.



Zondra (also spelled Xandra) is a muppet who worked for Gorilla Television, the pirate broadcasting operation on "The Jim Henson Hour." The Gorilla crew despised popular television entertainment, including that of the Muppets, so they tried to seize control of the show and air their own material instead. Zondra's Gorilla Television cohorts were Chip and Ubu.


Zondra later appeared in the "The Real World Muppets" segments on "Muppets Tonight," where she was renamed Darci. Zondra also appeared in the background at Cape Doom in "Muppets from Space "and in the Poppyfields nightclub in "The Muppets' Wizard of Oz."

Afghan Hound

The Afghan Hound is a blond, female dog with a long pointy snout. The Afghan Hound appeared for the first time in episode 214 of "The Muppet Show" and was thereafter seen in the background of many Muppet sketches. She was performed by Louise Gold in her more prominent speaking appearances, which included episodes 216 ("Mad Dogs and Englishmen"), 519 and ("Maybe It's Because I'm a Londoner").


The Afghan Hound appeared in the opening theme of Mopatop's Shop and in the background of E-I-E-I-OR on "Muppets Tonight." The Afghan Hound's most recent speaking appearance was in "The Muppets" as one of the Muppets taking calls for The Muppets Telethon, this time performed by Alice Dinnean. When Kermit comments that they are ready to take the calls for pledges, the Hound is seen ordering a pizza on the phone.


Astoria is the wife of Waldorf who appeared just once on "The Muppet Show," in episode 413. Her physical appearance resembles that of Statler in drag, and she wears a single flower in her hat. Kermit declared that Astoria is just as bad as the two old geezers who frequent the show; Waldorf corrected the frog, stating that his spouse is a "geezeress," only to be hit in the head by her for making such a comment.


When Statler was sick, Astoria uses his ticket to attend the show with her husband. The couple visit the Muppet Theater to see the stage show with the Muppets' guest star Dizzy Gillespie.

Betsy Bird

Betsy Bird is a full-body dancing bird muppet who was created especially for dancer Betsy Baytos. She appeared in "The Muppet Show" episode 505, performing "The Varsity Drag" and "Bird Walk." Jim Henson puppeteered the character's head in some closeups, while Baytos provided the dancing, voice and choreography.


Although Henson felt the performance itself was wonderful, the costume's material seemed to hide Baytos' eccentric dance movements, instead of emphasizing them. While Betsy's movements are perhaps nothing extraordinary for a Muppet, for a human dancer it's an impressive performance.

Betsy Bird was also successfully featured during the Muppets' first 'live' performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, in a pas de deux, backed by flying seagulls. This was later aired on PBS as Here Come the Puppets!

Cynthia Birdley

Cynthia Birdley was a purple female Whatnot who appeared in the panel discussion in "The Muppet Show" episode 112. She spoke in a nasally, raspy voice, and was named after her performer, Cynthia Adler (the name Adler has a "birdley" connotation; it is the German word for eagle).


The Duchess

The Duchess appeared in "The Muppet Show" Episode 506, as one of many characters from the Alice in Wonderland books. Originally appearing in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the Duchess is a querulous, intensely ugly aristocrat who oversees a turbulent household, including a pepper-obsessed cook, a Cheshire Cat, and a squawling baby. The Duchess later throws the baby out, who then turns into a pig. She returns, cowed into friendliness by the threat of decapitation, to joing Alice at the croquet match and trial.


On "The Muppet Show," the Duchess is a minor figure, appearing in the chorus and background of many scenes. She has a single solo line during the "Smile" medley, and is usually accompanied by the baby. During the courtroom scene, she's holding a piglet, the transformed baby; both serve as proxy Muppaphone keys for judge Marvin Suggs.


Sam and Ella sang "Veal Meat Again" in a commercial parody in episode 112 of "The Jim Henson Hour." While Ella is the singer of the pair, piano-playing Sam decides to sing the tune (to Ella's chagrin).


Female Koozebanian Creature

The Female Koozebanian Creature is a red laughing alien from Koozebane who debuted in "The Muppets Valentine Show." She has been observed taking part in the Galley-oh-hoop-hoop with the Male Koozebanian Creature.


Granny the Gouger

Granny the Gouger is an aging lady wrestler who has a match with Kermit in episode 202 of "The Muppet Show" when J.P. Grosse demands that Kermit put some good, old-fashioned entertainment back into the show.



Alfredo and Hildegard, the Mop Dancers, performed on episode 309 of "The Muppet Show" when Kermit sent them onstage to sweep up the broken plates from Miss Piggy's opening number "Never on Sunday."

Alfredo is the feminine-looking, gray-skinned Whatnot, and Hildegard is the masculine-looking, green-skinned Whatnot, which leads to confusion when Kermit wishes "Hildegard" good luck and the performer snaps back, "I'm Alfredo!" Alfredo was performed by Dave Goelz.


Lola the Fan Dancer

Lola the Fan Dancer features in a very brief spot in episode 523 of "The Muppet Show." She dances to a sexy tune garnering wolf whistles from the audience. However, instead of feathered fans, she holds two oscillating tabletop fans. To her surprise, they lift her up off the floor, ending her act.


Lottie Lemon

Lottie Lemon and her Singing Wig sing "Just Squeeze Me" in episode 520 of "The Muppet Show." Their number is cut short when The Flying Zucchini Brothers crash down on stage from the previous act.

Statler hopes that someone would know first aid for Lottie, but Waldorf says that she only needs lemon aid. Lottie also appears backstage during the final number of episode 501.



Louise is a chicken who appeared in "Country Music with the Muppets." She served as Rowlf the Dog's assistant, hitting the play button before each clip. She's especially fond of clips featuring chickens and can sing the works of Roy Clark upon request.



Lydia muppet is a bespectacled, redheaded pig whose most prominent appearance on "The Muppet Show" was in episode 102, where she danced along to Kermit the Frog's rendition of "Lydia, the Tattooed Lady."


Lydia's body is almost entirely covered in tattoos (which were drawn by Jim Henson). They feature prominently in her dance routine, a style similar to belly dancing with body gyrating and twerking. Her moves are considered sensual, as Miss Piggy takes issue with Kermit having enjoyed the performance as evidenced by a punch in the face.

Lydia made one more appearance on "The Muppet Show" (without her glasses), where she was performed by Abby Hadfield in "The Entertainer" as part of her audition in episode 203. Unlike the other pigs on "The Muppet Show," Lydia had hooves instead of hands. Her tattoos include "Washington Crossing the Delaware", "the Battle of Waterloo", the Eiffel Tower, the Wreck of the Hesperus, an American flag, and Albert Einstein's equation for relativity.



Martha and George are Koozebanian creatures seen in "The Muppet Show" episode 319. Martha is performed by Louise Gold; George is performed by Richard Hunt.

In the episode's two-part "Pigs in Space" sketch, the Swinetrek crew land on the planet Koozebane. They look around the surface briefly, and decide that there's no life on Koozebane. After they return to the ship, two nearby rocks come to life. The female rock says, "George, wake up! I think I hear prowlers." The male rock answers, "Oh, Martha, go back to sleep!"


Mary Louise (little girl)

Mary Louise is a little girl Whatnot who was most often seen on "The Muppet Show," performing alongside frogs in musical numbers such as "I'm in Love with a Big Blue Frog" and "Never Smile at a Crocodile," primarily during the first season.


In episode 208, she auditioned for the show by singing a duet with her friend, who was (not surprisingly) also a frog. After they're hooked off the stage, Mary Louise returned to audition twice more, under the names Carrie Louise and Terry Louise. All of these attempts were unsuccessful, in part due to Miss Piggy's explicit protestations that she's the only one who can sing with frogs on the show.

Mary Louise (old woman)

Mary Louise is made from the Grump puppet, wearing a wig and a blouse. She first appeared in the "At the Dance" sketches in episodes 114 and 115, dancing with the Green Frackle in the background.

She was given her name in episode 121, where she danced with Kermit. In episode 204, she was one of the few people to get the best of Animal. As they danced, she said "Tell me if I'm holdin' ya too tight. I said, tell me if I'm holdin' ya too tight!" When she released him from her grip, he fell to the floor. "Now ya tell me," she grunted. She has been performed by Jim Henson (episode 121), Frank Oz (episode 204), and Kathryn Mullen (episode 413).



Melissa and Her Magnetic Moose appear in episode 519 of "The Muppet Show." Although Scooter has warned the first two rows of the audience to hang onto their fillings, Melissa makes it off the stage with a set of antlers full of wrist watches and car keys.


Mrs. Appleby

Mrs. Appleby is the only female frog to appear on "The Muppet Show." She debuted in episode 406. In episode 509, she led of a troop of Frog Scouts that counted among its members Kermit's nephew Robin and Gawain on a visit to the Muppet Theater. Upon meeting guest star Debbie Harry, Mrs. Appleby dubbed herself the "Safety Pin Queen" and joined the "Muppet Punk" jam session. Although Mrs. Appleby would make further appearances, both on "The Muppet Show" and in feature films, her role in episode 509 would remain her most prominent.


Ms. Horn

Ms. Horn, a musical instrument with female hair and eyes, appeared in episode 111 of "The Muppet Show." She mistakenly believed that she was to perform on the show when Kermit called for guest star Lena Horne.


Patti Saverne

Patti Saverne was to perform in episode 416 of "The Muppet Show" with her trained chair. Perhaps because of the curse placed on the theatre that night, or her own inability to keep her act together, the chair suffers an unfortunate mishap. Kermit cues Bernice and her half-horse, half-watermelon act instead.


The Queen

The Queen debuted on episode 121 of "The Muppet Show" in a dramatization of the A. A. Milne poem, "The King's Breakfast," in which she got her name. In that appearance, Jerry Nelson supplied the voice.


She later appeared opposite Zero Mostel, who played a king, singing "What Do the Simple Folk Do?" on episode 202. In that sketch, the voice, but not the puppetry, were supplied by Richenda Carey as her "audition" for the series. The Queen is a Full-Bodied Muppet based on the design of Featherstone.

Trumpet Girl

Trumpet Girl is the description used in scripts of The Muppet Show for the female trumpet player in the Muppet Orchestra. She was named for the first time on the set of "The Muppets" by actress Rashida Jones, who puppeteered the character in group shots. "I named her Dolores. They were cool with that," she said.


Whirling Wanda

Whirling Wanda is the titular "Girlfriend of the Whirling Dervish", seen in the UK Spot for episode 518 of "The Muppet Show."

Her name isn't given on screen; this name comes from the "Time-Life The Best of the Muppet Show" chapter menu.


Female Dancers

The unnamed Whatnots are featured in The Muppet Show in the "At the Dance" sketches.

Female Singers

A trio of back-up singers first appeared in episode 424, during the song "Last Te I Saw Him." They later backed up Paul Simon in "Loves Me Like a Rock," Tony Randall in "Ti-Pi-Tin," and Linda Ronstadt in "It's in His Kiss."


Girl Singers

The Girl Singers are a trio of female Whatnots that do their best to sing "Chanson D'Amour" amidst Crazy Harry's explosive interruptions on episode 204 of "The Muppet Show."

All three Girl Singers are voiced by Louise Gold, who performed this number as part of her audition for "The Muppet Show." It is unclear who puppeteered the characters, although it is known that Louise did puppeteer as part of her audition, unlike prior candidate Richenda Carey.


Fish Singer

The Fish Singer first appeared in the opening number of episode 413 of "The Muppet Show," singing "Blue Fish Blues" with the Gills Brothers.

She was later seen in one episode of "The Ghost of Faffner Hall," which also included various background characters from "The Muppet Show" and "Fraggle Rock," and showed up many years later as an assistant to the king (played by the Hypocritic Oaf) in the story of "The Hat Sharpener's Kingdom" in episode 103 of "The Jim Henson Hour."



Maxine is a recurring purple Whatnot woman who has appeared in several Muppet productions.


Fern is a turquoise-green monster who looked like the Creature of the Black Lagoon. She and her husband Anthony appeared in the sketch "Hurting Something" on "The Jim Henson Hour." She also appeared as a nurse in "The Cosby Show."


Jo Beth Garfdoohoo

Jo Beth Garfdoohoo was a red alien monster from Crab Nebula. She appeared in episode 101 of "The Jim Henson Hour," where she won the Miss Galaxy Pageant by eating the judges. The puppet was recycled from the Fraggle Rock character, the Poison Cackler.



Jojo is a talking dog who is curious about everything. She appeared in "The Jim Henson Hour" episode "Secrets of the Muppets," in which Jim explains to her how the Muppets work. She is a member of the O.M.D (Organization of Muppet Dogs).


The puppet was modeled after a real-life male dog named Bamboo. While Camille Bonora performed Jojo for most of "Secrets of the Muppets," Mike Quinn puppeteered Jojo for one brief shot, with Banora dubbing her voice.

Merlin's Assistant

Merlin's Assistant is a female Whatnot who introduces Merlin's patients in the "Merlin the Magician, MD" sketches on "The Jim Henson Hour" (seen in episode 102 and episode 107). Every time Merlin cracks a joke, his assistant says "Ta-daa!"


Solid Foam Drummer

The Solid Foam Drummer is a female drummer who played in the Solid Foam band on "The Jim Henson Hour." She was never mentioned by name, and her only speaking appearance was a brief line in episode 108. She was built from the same underlying puppet as Zondra, but with a red wig and sunglasses covering her eyes.


Agnes Stonewick

Agnes Stonewick is an 87-year-old woman. She first appears in episode 517 of "The Muppet Show" as a tambourine player for Geri and the Atrics (replacing the band's leader, Geri).

She later appeared in "The Muppets Take Manhattan," and can be seen sitting in the pews at Kermit and Miss Piggy's wedding. In the song "He'll Make Me Happy," the lines "Days go passing into years/Years go passing day by day" are sung by a row of babies and elderly ladies. Agnes is one of the elderly women, sitting with the guitarist and pianist from "The Muppet Show" band Geri and the Atrics.


Agnes also appeared "The Muppets Go to the Movies" during the opening number, and also on "Muppets Tonight" in a "Swift Wits" sketch, which was the UK Spot in episode 102. She is playing for Buffy, a little dog who would rather win a life-time supply of dog treats than be eaten by Carl the Big Mean Bunny. Agnes has a brother, Norm, whom she does not hold in high esteem. Her apparent distaste for him ultimately clouds what might have been her better judgment, and as a result, every clue she's given by Snookie Blyer is returned with a negative connotation to her brother. Despite her obliviousness, she exhibits some minor distress at Buffy's fate. Incidentally, Agnes also appears to be a member of the Dancing Grandmas seen in episode 204.


Belle the Bubble Mom

Belle the Bubble Mom visited the backstage of "Muppets Tonight" in episode 212. She shares the unique talent of bubbles coming out of her head as her son, Bill. Apparently, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.


Carla the Big Mean Mom

Carla the Big Mean Mom visited backstage in "Muppets Tonight" episode 212. She seems to be a performer just like her son Carl, and thanks the unseen audience after eating a man.


Clarissa is a member of the audience in "Muppets Tonight" episode 104 who's invited to participate in a sketch with Johnny Fiama. Johnny attempts to swoon her with a rendition of "Close to You" over a Valentine's Day dinner. Objecting to her lack of a choice in what to order, and a disdain for the way veal is raised, she punches Sal in the face and leaves the stage.


Repurposed as a Whatnot, Clarissa has made background appearances in various other productions, including "From the Balcony" where she was named Loni Dunne. Denise from "Muppets TV" was recycled from the same puppet design.

Composta Heap

Composta Heap is Mulch's sister and Dr. Phil van Neuter's wife. In Episode 104 of "Muppets Tonight," she appears in Dr. Phil van Neuter's flashback to how he met his enchanting wife, set to the tune of "She Blinded Me with Science." Composta is the Mulch puppet reused in woman's clothing, more or less.


Cynthia Rose

Cynthia Rose is a student of Miss Kathleen's class. She is different from the other students in that she wears two different color socks and always stands in the back of the line. She appears in the musical number, "Starfish and Coffee" in "Muppets Tonight" episode 201. She had previously been seen as a member of hospital staff in the E-I-E-I-OR sketch from episode 110.


She appears again with Chip, Beautiful Day Monster, and a thingy-thing as "obscure Muppets" in the 2015 "The Muppets" presentation pilot for ABC. The credits referred to the character as "Satay" (played by David Rudman, but with no dialogue). She subsequently appeared in a Warburtons advertisement and the acapella cover of "The Muppet Show Theme."


Darci was featured on the "Muppets Tonight" recurring sketch, "The Real World Muppets." A Gothic rocker-type character, Darci speaks with a British accent and sometimes uses language that even she herself does not understand completely.


Darci likes to write songs about her hatred for men, rats, and bears. According to her roommates, Darci was raised by wolves — "Stupid, illiterate, permissive wolves." The puppet used for Darci was recycled from Zondra.

Dorothy Bovine

Dorothy Bovine is the heroine of Lash Holstein: Space Cowdet in "Muppets Tonight" episode 202. She is a beautiful, single ranch owner who also owns a plutonium ore mine, which Moo-Ing wants control of. Moo-Ing also wants Dorothy to be his bride, but not if Lash Holstein has anything to say about it!


Her name is a reference to 1960s film actress Dorothy Provine, an actress whose most famous role is that of Emmeline Marcus Finch in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," and who also appeared in Disney's "That Darn Cat!" and "The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock" with Lou Costello.


Jennifer is one of the Frogketeers from the Kermit the Frog Club sketch on episode 105 of "Muppets Tonight."

Lady Guenevere

Lady Guenevere appears in the "Great Moments in Elvis History" sketch from episode 106 of "Muppets Tonight." Galahad informs King Arthur (played by an Elvis) that the Lady Guenevere has been captured by a dragon. Lancelot (played by another Elvis) offers to slay the beast until Merlin (played a third Elvis) arrives with the Queen in a puff of smoke. It's revealed that Lady Guenevere returned to the kingdom because the dragon had become sick of her. She complains that all they ever ate was roast meat and barbecue. Guenevere's puppet design is similar to that of Scooter.



Madeline is crew member working on the musical Bats, which Gonzo and Jason Alexander are attempting to put on in episode 108 of "Muppets Tonight." She is assigned the task of painting the sets after Gonzo has approved of a color she's picked out.


Miss Kathleen

Miss Kathleen teaches a class that Prince and Cynthia Rose attended. She is a reworked version of the lead vocalist for Geri and the Atrics on "The Muppet Show," and appears in the musical number, "Starfish and Coffee," on episode 201 of "Muppets Tonight." She provides back-up vocals along with her students.


Miss Kathleen was later seen as a customer complaining about monkey hair in her baked ziti at Johnny Fiama's Pasta Playhouse on episode 208. She was performed by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph in this episode.

Miss Weatherington

Miss Weatherington appeared on Episode 206 of "Muppets Tonight". She is Sherlock Holmes' housekeeper, and keeps company with Dr. Watson and Holmes' Cat. In "The Muppets Take Over Today," the puppet is shown celebrating their 100th birthday in photograph captioned: "Ida Thornbush of Topiary, Kansas."


Ms. Whipley

Ms. Whipley is mother to the Whipley Triplets, who appeared on episode 206 of "Muppets Tonight" singing "Tonight You Belong to Me".

Statler and Waldorf's Nurses

Statler and Waldorf's Nurses tend to the needs of Statler and Waldorf at the old age home from which they watch "Muppets Tonight."


Theresa is the lead vocalist in "The Coffee Song," the opening number from episode 203 of "Muppets Tonight." She works at the local coffee emporium, and when Steve asks why everyone there drinks so much coffee, she transforms into a Carmen Miranda get-up and leads the patrons in a lively song and dance number.


The character's vocals were performed by Mavis Vegas Davis, the stage manager on "Muppets Tonight."


Alynda is a young pig who appears in "The Muppets" episode "A Tail of Two Piggies." Her father is a teamster who got her backstage access to "Up Late with Miss Piggy" so she could meet Miss Piggy. Alynda tells Piggy that her wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet of the Zootopia premiere reminded her of a similar mishap she had in gym class. The encounter inspires Miss Piggy to embrace the media flurry over what had previously been an embarrassing situation and launches a social media campaign dubbed #UnveilTheTail.


Big Mean Carla

Big Mean Carla is a real estate agent for Genrich Realty in the city of Los Angeles, California. She is the sister of Big Mean Carl.She appears in "The Muppets" episode "A Tail of Two Piggies" to show Gonzo, Rizzo, and Pepe a house available to lease from Ian Ziering. Prior to her appearance, Carl tweeted a response to a fan who wanted to know if he had a sister. The tweet read, "Yeah, and you'll get to meet her in February! She's NICE!!!!"



Debbie is a character who first appeared in "The Muppets" episode "Bear Left Then Bear Write". After connecting with Gonzo online, the two meet up for a date at Rowlf's Tavern, however, Liam Hemsworth stands in for Gonzo.


The Debbie puppet was later used at the Vulture Festival in May 2016 for a brief audience participation puppetry workshop, in which several characters lip synced to Chumbawamba's "Tubthumping."

Beth Bear

Beth is a bear who cuddled with Fozzie while hibernating in a cave in "The Muppets Take Manhattan."

Betina and Belinda Cratchit

Betina and Belinda Cratchit are the pig daughters of Bob and Emily Cratchit in "The Muppet Christmas Carol." Their mother cannot always tell the two apart. Their siblings are Peter and Tiny Tim. The sisters are very affectionate towards their father, and agree with their mother's assessment of Ebenezer Scrooge.


In the DVD audio commentary, Brian Henson says that the characters were played by Goelz and Whitmire "as a way to make fun of the way Frank performs Piggy."

Joy Buzzer

Joy Buzzer appeared in "The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson." Joy works with her husband, the tap-dancer Whoopie Cushions. Her handshakes have a rather shocking effect on people.

Kermit's Mom

Although Kermit's Mom is seen for the first time in Kermit's Swamp Years, the audience only ever sees her from behind.She speaks to Kermit one night and gives him advice as he gazes at the stars. Later in the movie, Kermit receives guidance from a star, which, like his mother, is voiced by Cree Summer. This could be interpreted as Kermit having mentally created the star based on his mother. Kermit's Mom also appears in the Muppet Kids books Flip Flap Flop and Help! We're Lost! In both books, however, her face is still obscured, only seen from the back or profile, revealing a healthy mop of blonde hair. In The Muppet Show Pitch Reel, Leo says that Kermit's Mom will be happy when The Muppet Show airs.


In his book Before You Leap, Kermit has a section about his mother, stating she had a business career as a talent booker for the area theatre, The Bayou Bijou. Her office was littered with Playbills and flypaper. While working there she discovered acts like Lilly Ponds, The Lipizzaner Horseflies, and Moe Green and His Vegas Cuties. She also booked celebrities like Elton John and Garth Brooks.

In 2015, Kermit tweeted that he wouldn't be able to make it home for Thanksgiving dinner, "I sure will miss mom's cranberry ladybug sauce and horsefly stuffing."


A Laundress appears in "The Muppet Christmas Carol." Along with an Undertaker and a charwoman, Mrs. Dilber, the laundress has scavenged Ebenezer Scrooge's lodgings, and is presenting her take (his curtains) to Old Joe. The laundress' shining moment is being lecherously tickled by Old Joe. In the audio commentary to Muppet Christmas Carol, Brian Henson explains this by remarking that, during rehearsal, performers Steve Whitmire, Louise Gold (Mrs. Dilber), and David Rudman (Old Joe) came up with the idea that Old Joe had previously been "hitting on" Mrs. Dilber, but was now switching his affections to the laundress.


Although she resembles a toad, the laundress would re-appear as a patron of the Benbow Inn in Muppet Treasure Island. There, Mrs. Bluveridge asks her not to take offense after mentioning that they're serving suckling potatoes, implying that she's actually a living vegetable.

In the original book, the laundress's name is Mrs. Dilber. But, like many other versions, The Muppet Christmas Carol made Mrs. Dilber the charwoman and the laundress an unnamed character.

Maureen the Mink

Maureen the Mink is Kermit's Christmas present to Miss Piggy in the 1987 special A Muppet Family Christmas. She is Miss Piggy's biggest fan and worships the ground Miss Piggy walks on.

When Miss Piggy heard Kermit had gotten her a mink, she had initially thought he had meant a mink coat. Upon meeting Maureen, she was ready to punch Kermit, but once she heard that Maureen worshiped the ground she walked on, she declared Maureen a wonderful present.


Mrs. Dilber

Mrs. Dilber is a character in The Muppet Christmas Carol. A winged insect Muppet, Mrs. Dilber is amongst the group who've scavenged from Ebenezer Scrooge's home. Mrs. Dilber memorably took his blankets. In most versions of the story though not within the film's dialogue, the character is identified as Scrooge's charwoman. In the director's commentary on the film's DVD release, Brian Henson states that in approaching the scavengers scene, he imagined that Mrs. Dilber and Old Joe had at one point had a romantic relationship.



Pilgrim is a dog that Kermit and Croaker befriend on their journey to save their friend Goggles in Kermit's Swamp Years.

She is played by Ringo the Dog in wide shots.


Vicki is a snake that Goggles and Blotch encounter in the pet store they have been kidnapped for in Kermit's Swamp Years. She tries to crush them both, but it turns out that Goggles has a secretion gland that makes her itchy.


She resembles an emerald python. The puppet was originally used during "Shiver My Timbers" in Muppet Treasure Island.


Bertha is foremonster of a construction site in Muppets on Wheels. She sings to Kermit and Lindy about the wonders of bulldozers.

Girl Pirate

A character addressed only as a "girl pirate" appears in the Muppet Treasure Island Sing Along home video.

She shows up to tell Kermit that he makes a great pirate. When Bad Polly asks her how she would know, she says that she herself is a pirate. The other pirates, not believing that a girl can be a pirate, scoff at this suggestion. In response, the girl breaks into song and makes her case as a "Real Pirate". Later, in "Let the Good Shine Out", she kisses Kermit when he sings about giving love and having it come back to you.


Loni Dunne

Loni Dunne is an overly-excitable entertainment correspondent in the online series, Statler and Waldorf: From the Balcony. She's a female, purple-skinned, blond-haired Whatnot Muppet. In Episode 17, her first appearance, she discussed the 2005 Oscar nominations with her co-host, Ted Thomas, and literally exploded from her excitement over the nominations.


She returned in Episode 23, where she talked to the Tom Cruise Muppet, who jumped up and down uncontrollably and accidentally kicked her head off.

The puppet was used as "Clarissa" on "Muppets Tonight," and as "Denise" on the French series "Muppets TV."

Scary Mary

Scary Mary appeared in a series of Muppet Time segments on Nickelodeon. Scary Mary claims to be the best scarer in the whole wide world. One of her frequent victims is her cat, Frecklehead. The puppet used for Scary Mary was a modified version of Vicki, from The Jim Henson Hour.



Stella appears in Wow, You're a Cartoonist! as the proprietor of a cartoon boutique. The store sells a variety of elements that are advertised as "all you need to add spice to your cartoon." From hats, shoes, jewelry, hair styles, clothing, "you know it's fresh 'cuz you draw it yourself."