Kermit and Fozzie are newspaper reporters sent to London to interview Lady Holiday, a wealthy fashion designer whose priceless diamond neckl...更多>
[Kermit is sitting on a bench - a man and his daughter walk by] Girl: Look, Dad. There's a bear. Father: No, dear. That's a frog. Bears wear hats. Miss Piggy: You! It was you! Kermit was right there! You're a phony. You're a phony. Yes, you are! And you know what, you can't even sing. Your voice was dubbed. Miss Piggy: [Lady Holiday has just given Miss Piggy the entire backstory for the movie] Why are you telling me all this? Lady Holiday: It's plot exposition. It has to go somewhere. Statler: I guess all's well that ends well. Waldorf: I don't care, as long as it ends. Truck Driver: What are you doing here? Oscar the Grouch: A very brief cameo. Truck Driver: Me too. Kermit: We're going to catch those crooks red-handed. Beauregard: What color are their hands now? Dr. Bunsen Honeydew: I suggest we jump. Fozzie: Are you crazy? There's about 100 feet. Dr. Bunsen Honeydew: I didn't say it was a good suggestion. Kermit: How come you don't have an English accent? Beauregard: Hey I'm lucky to have a driver's license. Pops: Hey, how're you guys fixin' to pay? Kermit: What are our choices? Pops: A: Credit card; B: Cash; C: Sneak out in the middle of the night. Fozzie: We'll take C. Pops: Very popular choice. Fozzie: [about run-down hotel] If that's the Happiness Hotel, I'd hate to see what the sad one looks like. Gonzo: Stop the presses! News Editor: Why? What happened? Gonzo: I don't know. I just always wanted to say that. Fozzie: What does "BSC" stand for? Kermit: I don't know. Kermit: I hate to be rude, but we're trying to do a movie. Statler: Hey, Waldorf. Wake up. Here come the bikinis. Waldorf: Oh, boy. We must synchronize our pacemakers.
: What am I? A glutton for punishment? Kermit: We were wondering if you could recommend a nice hotel. Actually, a cheap hotel. British Gentleman: How cheap? Fozzie: Free. British Gentleman: Well then, that narrows the field a bit. [reading from his guide] British Gentleman: Let's see. "Places where you can park your carcasses." Bus terminals. River banks. The Happiness Hotel. Kermit: The Happiness Hotel? That sounds great. Gonzo: What's wrong with bus terminals? Fozzie: Mr. Holiday, sir. Will you let him go? If you hold him too long, he'll just give you warts. Gonzo: Is that the Eiffel Tower? Fozzie: Yeah! Kermit: No. Fozzie: No. No. Miss Piggy: [about Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem's playing] They don't have to play this loud. Kermit: That's okay, they don't mind. Fozzie: I guess this would be a bad time to ask for a raise? Nicky Holiday: Miss Piggy you're a very different looking woman. I'm so tired of the same type. Those tall thin creatures with the long legs, the aquiline noses, the teeth like pearls, soft skin. Miss Piggy: Yeah, well I can see where that might make you sick to your stomach. [Kermit, Fozzie and Gonzo are in cages on an airline flight] Fozzie: Kermit, I'm hungry. When do we get to eat? Kermit: Sorry Fozzie, they don't serve food in 9th class. Air Steward: All out for England. Kermit: Great the plane is landing. Air Steward: [opens cargo door in mid-flight] No, the plane lands in Italy. You land in England. Air Steward: All out for the USA. Kermit: Great. How close are we? Air Steward: About 30,000 feet. Kermit: You mean... Air Steward: [opens cargo door in mid-flight again] Yep, happy landings. Sam the Eagle: You are all - WEIRDOS. [In a hot-air balloon] Gonzo: I'd like to try this without a balloon. Kermit: Try what? Plummeting? Gonzo: Yeah. Kermit: I suppose you could try it once. Prison Guard: Miss Piggy. Miss Piggy: What? Prison Guard: Your lawyer is here to see you. Miss Piggy: Lawyer? I don't have a lawyer.