It’s time to start the music, it’s time to light the lights. That’s right. The wacky crew has released another Muppetational movie, simply called “The Muppets,” this time with screenwriter/actor Jason Segel. If you were a Muppet, which one would you be? Who would be your best Muppet friend? How about your nemesis?


It’s time to start the music, it’s time to light the lights. That’s right. It’s time for the wacky crew to release another Muppetational movie, simply called “The Muppets,” this time with the help of screenwriter/actor Jason Segel. If you were a Muppet, which one would you be? Who would be your best Muppet friend? How about your nemesis?

Danielle Bouchat, reporter
Muppet to be: I think I would be Skeeter from “Muppet Babies.”
Muppet to befriend: My best friend would obviously be Scooter. Skeeter and Scooter remind me so much of how my older brother and I were when we were growing up — like two peas in a pod.
Muppet nemesis: Animal, because I like organization and neatness. Also because my other brother, the oldest, always loved Animal!

John Cox, web and visual editor
Muppet to be: Animal! A drummer who lives life with reckless abandon.
Muppet to befriend: Statler and Waldorf crack me up.
Muppet nemesis: Gonzo. Just never been a big fan of his. Too much hype.

Jayne Gest, designer
Muppet to be: I want to be a female version of Rowlf because he’s so cool, but I suspect deep down I'm actually Prairie Dawn. Wah, wah.
Muppet to befriend: Statler and Waldorf — Yes, I know that’s two friends, but they are basically the same person right? Who wouldn't want to be on the good side of the hecklers.
Muppet nemesis: Gonzo — Just like in “Seinfeld,” I don't have a good reason for my animosity. If I ever opened the door and saw that annoying little blue creature, I’d said “Gonzo” in the Newman voice.

Jennifer Hayes, enterprise reporter
Muppet to be: Fozzie Bear. Cute and cuddly, but not the best jokester.
Muppet to befriend: Beaker. Although he’s sort of a goof, he’s a great right-hand man.
Muppet nemesis: Sam the Eagle. He always looks so grumpy, and I’m just not down with that.

Sarika Jagtiani, arts and culture reporter
Muppet to be: I consider myself a Kermit/Statler and Waldorf hybrid. I can put on a show and then make fun of myself and everyone in it.
Muppet to befriend: Rowlf. I feel like after I’ve partied with the Electric Mayhem band and almost everyone’s left the club, I could hang out late night with Rowlf. He’d play piano and we’d talk and drink into the wee hours.
Muppet nemesis: Fozzie. Come on man, get some new material.

Christine Miller, reporter
Muppet to be: I think would be Janice. I relate to her sunny disposition, her love of playing the tambourine in public, and holiday baking. Plus, I love that she’s an admitted tanner.
Muppet to befriend: I’d have fun sitting in the corner with Statler and Waldorf judging everybody and pretending to be unimpressed with their quips. It would just be pretending, though; On the inside, I’d be happy as clam to be hangin’ with the cool “kids.”
Muppet nemesis: Miss Piggy doesn't really qualify as my nemesis because there is part of me that loves her show-stopping, scene-stealing ways. However, I think she would definitely be my frenemy. As much as I love her, in my heart I know she’d stab me in the back quicker than the stage curtain could fall and the fat lady could sing.