Inglourious Muppets: Kermit decried by German authorities


11 Responses to “Inglourious Muppets: Kermit decried by German authorities”

  1. RadioSilence says:

    It ain’t easy being green.

  2. tylerdurden says:

    We knew that Bert was evil, but Kermit?

  3. angusm says:

    It’s not easy making green.

  4. Brainspore says:

    Product placements have to be designated as such on-screen in Germany? I bet when they watch Michael Bay movies they can’t even see what’s going on under all the disclaimer text. (Lucky bastards.)

    • Alexander Janssen says:

      Applies only to ads, news and publicly funded shows, not to movies. Unless they are movies funded by the tv license fee (which only applies movies produced by public broadcasting stations)

  5. paulcarcosa says:

    He fought the law. (And the law won.)

    Kermit, my tragic hero.

  6. GrymRpr says:

     Kermit a criminal?

    But if you were talking about That Frog Kurtis….


  7. I am all for obvious labeling of adverts. Even better would be an “ad bit” that would tell my DVR what is and isn’t an ad.

  8. timquinn says:

    Kermit himself is product placement.

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