6th place in WatchMojo.com's Top 10 Muppets from The Muppet Show
Jacob & Robert Marley (in the Muppet Christmas Carol) Hispanola figureheads (in Muppet Treasure Island) Kalidah Critics (in the Muppets Wizard of Oz)
Funny, grumpy, critical, rude, wise-cracking, curmudgeonly, cantankerous, sometimes nice and appreciative
Statler: Slender, elderly, half bald, fair skin, gray eyes, both matching hair and eyebrows, hooked (Jew-style) nose, prominent chin, black suit with vertical gray hairlines consisting of a jacket with 3 matching buttons vertically on the right side and a pair of 3 matching buttons vertically on each cuff side, white dress shirt with clear cufflinks, black vest with matching 3 buttons vertically on the right side, both matching necktie with small blue dots and dress shoes with matching shoelaces Waldorf: Obese, elderly, half bald, fair skin, blue eyes, both white hair and eyebrows, mustachioed, droopy eyes, brown suit consisting of a jacket with 3 chocolate buttons vertically on the right side and a pair of 3 matching buttons vertically on each cuff side, white dress shirt with clear cufflinks, brown vest with 3 chocolate buttons vertically on the right side, crimson necktie with small orange football-shaped prints with lavender lining on the inside and white center with very small black dot, dark brown dress shoes with matching shoelaces
Statler & Waldorf share the stage left balcony box in the Muppet Theater, where the 2 take delight in heckling every aspect of The Muppet Show. Statler and Waldorf are especially unforgiving to Fozzie Bear. However, it is revealed in A Muppet Family Christmas that the two critics are friends with Fozzie's mother Emily Bear.
They always have the last word, with a final comment at the end of each episode of the Muppet Show (except in episode 515).
Statler and Waldorf also appear in the Muppet Christmas Carol, where they are given the names Jacob and Robert Marley, respectively. Like their normal selves, their past selves in the film also mercilessly heckle Fozzie Bear (who was playing Fezziwig) during the annual Christmas party. The only time they expressed any gratefulness to Fezziwig was when he gave his speech, only because it was immensely short.
When they appear on Muppets Tonight, they're often watching it from a retirement home.
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