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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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com/2017/07/11/its-time-to-get-things-started/) posts on his blog said the Muppets for him were not just "a job, or a career, or even a passion" but were "a calling, an urgent, undeniable, impossible to resist way of life.
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.
There is plenty of adventure for the Muppets, as they go overseas and find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by baddie Constantine and his dastardly sidekick Dominic Badguy ("Badgeee, it's French"), played by Ricky, who also acts as the Muppets' tour manager.
The Muppets lost their way following the death of creator Jim Henson, but Disney's 2011 reboot gave the characters their mojo back.
The Muppets and Lady Gaga at Christmas, Five, tomorrow, 5.
COMEDY CAPER Pictured: Kermit and Miss Piggy from The Muppets
So when one character reveals 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
It also conclusively proves that the popularity of the madcap puppets has never waned thanks to endless repeats of the award-winning television series The Muppet Show, which ended in 1981, and subsequent film adventures include furry, funny retellings of A Christmas Carol and Treasure Island.
MISS Piggy and Kermit plus their fun-loving friends are back - and we've got four pairs of tickets, plus a goodie bag, to be won for their new movie, The Muppets.
AS a child, there was nothing I loved more than waking up early on a Saturday morning to watch the Muppet Show.
The Jim Henson creations first got their own series in 1976, with The Muppet Show running for 5 years, spawning several spin-offs and movies.