While on vacation in Los Angeles, Walter and his friends, Gary and Mary, try to raise ten million dollars to save the Muppet Theater from Tex Richman, a businessman who wants to demolish the theater in order to drill for oil.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2011
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Bonus features: blooper reel
DVD; Region 1; NTSC; 5.1 Dolby Digital or 2.0 Dolby Digital (DVS only); 1.78:1aspect ratio, enhanced for 16x9 televisions; digitally mastered; dual-layer format
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Walter, a Muppet, lives with his human brother Gary in Smalltown. They became Muppet fans when they watched The Muppet Show in their youth. Gary plans a vacation to Los Angeles with his girlfriend Mary to celebrate their tenth anniversary, inviting Walter along so he can tour the Muppet Studios. Mary feels that Gary's devotion to Walter is detracting from their relationship. In Los Angeles, the three visit the abandoned Muppet studio. During the tour, Walter sneaks into Kermit the Frog's office and discovers Statler and Waldorf selling the theater to Tex Richman, an oil magnate, and his henchmen Bobo the Bear and Uncle Deadly. Waldorf explains that if the Muppets can raise $10 million they can repurchase the theater. Walter overhears Richman revealing his plans to destroy the Muppet Theater and drill for oil underneath, and later warns Gary and Mary about Richman's intentions
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Muppet: "Have a seat." ( Gestures toward toilets) "Our executive line of used toilets!" Mary: "Uh... I think I'll stand."
Fozzie Bear: Yeesh. I wish she'd shot a little more curvy.
Veronica: I'm gonna shoot straight: you guys aren't famous anymore.
Waldorf: Nope! The Muppets are as one-dimensional as they've always been!
Prisoner: [in the jail cell next to them] Hey! I'm a Muppet.
Warden: Are you, uh, the Muppets?
Fozzie Bear: Check it out, Fart-Shoes!
Gary: Are there Muppets in this movie?
Gary: Whoa whoa whoa, wait wait wait, stop!