"Leave aside their anatomical incompatibility, which is oft-joked-about but in the context of felt puppets basically irrelevant," says Dan Kois. "They’re totally mismatched in every other way. She’s a globe-trotting, bestselling author; he’s a homebody who just spends his time sitting around the swamp in the mud. She’s a fashion plate who loves the finer things in life; he’s a nudist. She’s a domestic abuser, and he’s her boss, for crying out loud. What a mess! Most importantly, they’re emotionally incompatible. One is a closed-off, neurotic commitment-phobe, the other a clingy, psychopathic narcissist. Their relationship began with a very sweet first date—in which not even a rude waiter could dampen their enthusiasm for each other or for sparkling muscatel—but only went downhill from there." He adds: "The Muppeteers’ obsession with Piggy and Kermit has come at the expense of nearly every other character. Sure, Fozzie briefly dated a human. But we know so little about, say, the long-term love of Gonzo and Camilla the chicken, or Janice’s romances with various members of Electric Mayhem, or what is actually the deal with Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker. Share the spotlight a little, you attention hog (and attention frog)!"