Ronnie Crawford: Well I told you... I want to do something different.
Bernard Crawford: So put some Jell-O down your pants.
Pete: Hey, I tell you what is. Big city, hmm? Live, work, huh? But not city only. Only peoples. Peoples is peoples. No is buildings. Is tomatoes, huh? Is peoples, is dancing, is music, is potatoes. So, peoples is peoples. Okay?
Bill the Frog: How about this? Ocean Breeze Soap: It's just like taking an ocean cruise, only there's no boat and you don't actually go anywhere.
Mr. Skeffington: Snookums prefers the rubber Wall Street Journal to the rubber Washington Post.
Rowlf: Don't we all?
Gonzo: Maybe we should add more special effects like exploding socks.
Gonzo: Mr. Mayor! Mr. Mayor, I'm looking for a frog who can sing and dance.
The Honorable Edward I. Koch: If he can balance the budget, I'll hire him.
Kermit the Frog: Why don't you try something like: Ocean Breeze Soap will get you clean.
Jill the Frog: You mean just say what the product does?
Gil the Frog: No one's ever tried that before.
Kermit the Frog: I'm staying! You hear that, New York? THE frog is staying.
Fozzie Bear: So the grizzly bear, he walks out of the room. Well, now, the panda bear is just sitting there, he thinks to himself, "This is odd." And then, what do you know, the phone rings. You know who it is? It's the polar bear, and the polar bear. He says to the panda bear, "I didn't know it was a koala bear!" Get it?"Koala?" Wocka wocka.
Bill the Frog: I'll pick up the bill today, Gil.
Gil the Frog: Oh, good. Something from the grill, Jill?
Jill the Frog: No, meat makes me ill, Gil.
Dog in kennel: Does Snookums Wookums want a boney woney?