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Filmography by TV series for
Bunsen Honeydew (Character)
from "The Muppet Show" (1976)

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"The Muppets." (12 episodes)
  1. Pilot (21 July 2015)  
  2. Pig Girls Don't Cry (22 September 2015)  
  3. Hostile Makeover (28 September 2015)  
  4. Bear Left Then Bear Write (6 October 2015)  
  5. Pig Out (12 October 2015)  
  6. Pig's in a Blackout (9 November 2015)  
  7. Going, Going, Gonzo (30 November 2015)  
  8. Single All the Way (7 December 2015)  
  9. Swine Song (1 February 2016)  
  10. Little Green Lie (22 February 2016)  
  11. Generally Inhospitable (29 February 2016)  
  12. Because... Love (29 February 2016)  
"Just for Laughs" (1 episode)
... aka "Just for Laughs Comedy Festival" - Canada (English title) (long title)
  1. The Muppets in Montreal (30 September 2012)  
"WWE Raw" (1 episode)
... aka "WWE Monday Night RAW" - USA (original title)
... aka "WWF Raw" - , USA (new title)
... aka "Monday Night Raw" - USA (promotional title)
... aka "Raw is War" - USA (new title)
... aka "Raw is War/War Zone" - USA (long title)
... aka "WWE Raw SuperShow" - USA (new title)
... aka "WWF Monday Night Raw" - USA (premiere title)
... aka "WWF Raw is War" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "War Zone" - USA (alternative title)
  1. Episode dated 31 October 2011 (31 October 2011)  
"Muppets Tonight" (10 episodes)
  1. Michelle Pfeiffer (8 March 1996)  
  2. Tony Bennett (12 April 1996)  
  3. Sandra Bullock (23 June 1996)  
  4. Jason Alexander (30 June 1996)  
  5. Pierce Brosnan (18 October 1996)  
  6. Heather Locklear (15 November 1996)  
  7. Paula Abdul (31 December 1996)  
  8. Rick Moranis (14 September 1997)  
  9. The Cameo Show (7 December 1997)  
  10. Andie MacDowell (4 January 1998)  
"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" (1 episode)
... aka "Disneyland" - USA (original title)
... aka "Disney's Wonderful World" - USA (new title)
... aka "The Disney Sunday Movie" - USA (new title)
... aka "The Magical World of Disney" - USA (new title)
... aka "The Wonderful World of Disney" - USA (new title)
... aka "Walt Disney" - USA (new title)
... aka "Walt Disney Presents" - USA (new title)
  1. The Muppets at Walt Disney World (6 May 1990)  
"Muppet Babies" (16 episodes)
... aka "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies" - USA (complete title)
... aka "Little Muppet Monsters" - USA (segment title)
... aka "Muppets, Babies and Monsters" - USA (second season title)
  1. Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Dark? (22 September 1984)  
  2. Scooter's Hidden Talent (13 October 1984)  
  3. The Case of the Missing Chicken (20 October 1984)  
  4. Eight Take-Away One Equals Panic (27 October 1984)  
  5. Close Encounters of the Frog Kind (10 November 1984)  
  6. Good, Clean Fun (8 December 1984)  
  7. Once Upon an Egg Timer (14 September 1985)  
  8. Snow White and the Seven Muppets (19 October 1985)  
  9. I Want My Muppet TV! (26 October 1985)  
  10. Musical Muppets (2 November 1985)  
  11. By the Book (30 November 1985)  
  12. Pigerella (13 September 1986)  
  13. The Muppet Broadcasting Company (11 October 1986)  
  14. Where No Muppet Has Gone Before (10 October 1987)  
  15. Old MacKermit Had a Farm (19 December 1987)  
  16. Remote Control Cornballs (5 October 1991)  
"The Muppet Show" (29 episodes)
  1. Paul Williams (10 October 1976)  
  2. Peter Ustinov (24 October 1976)  
  3. Phyllis Diller (5 December 1976)  
  4. Avery Schreiber (12 December 1976)  
  5. Bernadette Peters (5 November 1977)  
  6. Teresa Brewer (19 November 1977)  
  7. Zero Mostel (10 December 1977)  
  8. Lou Rawls (16 December 1977)  
  9. Julie Andrews (25 December 1977)  
  10. Peter Sellers (1 January 1978)  
  11. Bob Hope (11 February 1978)  
  12. Gilda Radner (2 April 1978)  
  13. Pearl Bailey (9 April 1978)  
  14. Jean Stapleton (23 April 1978)  
  15. Alice Cooper (28 October 1978)  
  16. Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge (18 November 1978)  
  17. Leslie Uggams (26 January 1979)  
  18. Elke Sommer (27 January 1979)  
  19. Crystal Gayle (6 October 1979)  
  20. Liza Minnelli (17 November 1979)  
  21. Jonathan Winters (8 February 1980)  
  22. Christopher Reeve (9 February 1980)  
  23. Andy Williams (7 March 1980)  
  24. Alan Arkin (21 March 1980)  
  25. Shirley Bassey (20 September 1980)  
  26. Brooke Shields (4 October 1980)  
  27. Jean-Pierre Rampal (30 November 1980)  
  28. Carol Burnett (13 December 1980)  
  29. Buddy Rich (15 February 1981)