Frank Oz has described Fozzie as “desperately insecure” and cites the character’s close friendship with Kermit the Frog to be essential to his core. Oz elaborates that, “With Kermit, he would want to find a way to be funny. That’s not altruistic for Fozzie. He’s not trying to make people feel better. He just wants to be a great comedian. But the main thing is that he would need to be with Kermit. He feels alone without Kermit. ” Being best friends, Fozzie and Kermit have frequently been paired together in many movies, books, and specials. In The Muppet Movie, Fozzie is the first Muppet that Kermit meets on his journey. After Fozzie’s unsuccessful comedy performance at the El Sleezo Cafe, Kermit invited Fozzie to come to Hollywood with him. The two friends sing the duet “Movin’ Right Along” in the film. Several episodes show Fozzie as dedicated to Kermit, usually responding to his instructions with a chipper “Yes sir. ” On those rare occasions when Kermit must be away from the theater, he invariably leaves Fozzie in charge of the show, although he equally invariably regrets it. In The Great Muppet Caper, Fozzie and Kermit are portrayed as twin brothers.

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