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Muppet

In investment banking, a derogatory slang term for a client. The term is used especially when the client takes an investment adviser at his/her word and buys or sells whatever securities the adviser recommends.
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Packed with dozens of guest cameos, new songs and the most extended, most exclusive scenes not in theaters, Disney's Muppets Most Wanted is the most hilarious, most wanted Muppet movie ever!
A trailer, which has been screened in cinemas since April 1 and will later open the main feature, offers a very special treat for Muppets fans: Miss Piggy, on board in Business Class, prepares viewers for the film in her own inimitable way.
Fans of The Office might recall Ricky's limb-flinging, wince-inducing dance in an episode of the early Noughties series, but the idea of dusting off his dancing shoes again for Muppets Most Wanted wasn't a welcome one.
Jim and Jane legally separated in 1986 but the two continued to work on the Muppets.
So when one character reveals that the only way to save the iconic Muppet Theatre from demolition is to raise $10m in two weeks, Waldorf turns to the camera and quips, "If I didn't know better, I'd say you were reciting an important plot point
PUPPET POWER: The Muppets are back on the big screen
Don't miss tomorrow's Echo for the chance to win family tickets to see The Muppets and meet Cardiff Blues stars.
uk The Muppets is about Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan discovering plans to raze the Muppet Theatre to the ground.
He pitched the idea to Disney and suggested following the theme of the original Muppets Movie.
In the latest Muppets revival, Kermit the Frog notes their heyday may be behind them, just as in real life -- The Muppets closed up shop in the '80s.
Summary: The Muppets could be making a return to the small screen for a new primetime series.
Edgar Bronfman, some muppets and 117 East 69th Street The Upper East Side townhouse that once served as the creative headquarters of Muppets creator Jim Henson is about to hit the market for around $28 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.