5 Works in The Muppet Show
Fandoms: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Harry Potter Series, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Angel the Series, Superman Returns, Tin Man (2007), Doctor Who, DC Universe (Comics/Animation/Film/TV), Wonder Woman [Comic], Green Lantern [Movie], Dead Like Me, Star Trek Enterprise, Torchwood, Discworld - Terry Pratchett, Highlander The Series, Criminal Minds, Justice League, Battlestar Galactica (2003), Henry V - Shakespeare, The Muppet Show, A Chorus Line (Musical), Temeraire - Naomi Novik, Enchanted Forest Chronicles - Patricia Wrede
20 Feb 2012
Before a girl named Buffy moved to Sunnydale, the Master gets a visit from an old friend, Count von Count.
- Part 1 of Dangerous Muppets
When Angel Investigations accepts a case involving a gruesomely murdered acting agent, they have no idea what sort of insanity (and Muppets!) await them.
- Part 2 of Dangerous Muppets
Fandoms: X-Men, The Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Muppet Show
11 Jul 2010
Jack's stranded on an island again, but this one may have the strangest surprise of them all.
- Part 21 of Love On The High Seas
11 Jan 2008
Fandom: The Muppets, with cameo appearances by other fandoms
Pairing: Lots of implied
Archive: Mailing lists, WWOMB, Beyond Canon, and others ask
Disclaimers: I think that the Muppets still belong to the estate of Jim Henson (GENIUS!) Any visiting characters from other fandoms belong to their respective owners and/or creators. This is strictly a non-profit effort.
Authors Notes: The crossover question was recently raised on AresJoxerCupidStrife. I'm intending to keep Strife, and probably other members of the Xena/Hercules cast involved in this one, but if I fail to include them enough to make it appropriate for this listt, just let me know, and I'll only post chapter notices for those interested. :)
Spoilers: Um... I don't think it's possible in something like this.
Summary: Scribe guest stars on the Muppet Show, and finds out that some of them aren't just merry--they're... Come on, I don't have to SAY it, do I?
Notes: Robin is Kermit's young nephew, and Scooter is the youngish roadie/manager for Dr. Tooth's group.
Credits: You can blame this one on Librarian (Mel), who pointed out that Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker were voted favorite screen scientists in a British poll, beating out Mr. Spock, Dr. Who, and Dana Scully. It wasn't even close. They beat Spock, their closest competition, 2 to 1.