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  • In "The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou," following a statement that Stewie Griffin makes about wrong-sounding Muppets, he appears with a very deep African-American voice provided by Michael Clarke Duncan. Brian/Chewbacca uses Fozzie's catchphrase of "Wocka-wocka" in "Blue Harvest". In "Baby Not On Board", Fozzie does a show in Saudi Arabia telling Arab jokes. In this appearance, he was voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Kermit after being battered at the hands of Miss Piggy, tells Fozzie that they are changing the name of a skit from "Bears in Space" to "Pigs in Space" in "And I'm Joyce Kinney".
  • Fozzie Bear is the Muppet's resident comedian, who made an appearance during the Muppets World Tour. Members were able to buy his costume at the party. At the Muppets World Tour, he was in Germany.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Fozzie Bear is a character from the television series The Muppet Show. He is an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" Shortly after telling the joke, he is usually the target of rotten tomatoes and ridicule, especially from hecklers Statler and Waldorf.
  • El Oso Fozzie es un personaje de la franquicia de The Muppets.
  • Fozzie's most notable connection with The Wizard of Oz series was that he played the Cowardly Lion in the 2005 TV movie The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. Prior to that movie, though, he had also portrayed the role in the Muppet Babies episode "By the Book" and the photo storybook Muppet Babies: Classic Children's Tales. He also once dressed as The T in Woodman in an episode from The Muppet Show's fifth season.
  • Fozzie appears in "License to Till" when Snot uses a puppet of Fozzie to calm Steve after he is picked on in school. Snot shows up at the hospital where Hayley has severe kidney damage with his Fozzie Bear puppet and attempts to cheer up Stan and Francine Smith in "The Kidney Stays in the Picture" but reveals he's really there because his grandmother is dying. Steve makes a booby-trap out of a collection of Muppet dolls including Fozzie Bear in "Toy Whorey".
  • <default>Fozzie Bear</default> Species Gender Status Color Owner Relatives Occupation First Appearance Voiced by Fozzie Bear is a Bear from the Muppets. He was co-presenting an ESPY award with Lance Armstrong. After making a joke about Armstrong (about winning the "Tour de Pants"), Armstrong picked up the puppet and threw him across the stage. After the puppeteer realized this, he eventually stopped acting.
  • The Fozzie Bear has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Fozzie Bear is een personage uit de films over de Muppets.
  • Fozzie Bear is an important Muppet character and one of the main characters of the franchise. The show's stand up comedian, Fozzie tries his best to be the funniest possible, but his jokes often fail because of Statler and Waldorf mocking him. He is very insecure about his comical talent. Fozzie is best friends with Kermit and Gonzo.
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" He also often says "AaaAAAAaaah" when he tells the jokes, which somewhat serves the same purpose as "Wocka wocka." Fozzie's best friend is Kermit the Frog, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Amidst cries of nepotism, and doubts over whether or not a 3 year old bear was subject to any restrictions under the child labor laws, Fuzzy (under the stage name "Fozzie") began his first role in what would become a long and enviable career (by Hollywood standards).
  • Fozzie Bear is a Muppet bear comedian. He is the best friend of Kermit the Frog. Throughout the Muppet Show, Fozzie was known to have told jokes and punctuate them with his catchphrase "Wocka wocka wocka!" only to have them heckled by his mother's old friends Statler and Waldorf. He is also the son of Emily Bear and Mr. Bear. Even in his young days, Fozzie wanted to be a comedian. On frequent occasions, Fozzie teamed with Rowlf the Dog. As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Fozzie Bear is a second lieutenant in the Bear Corps of Paraguay and has eaten three members of the Partridge Family with no remorse. Born on June 29, 1953, Fozzie Bear has always shown promise among the ranks of bears, whether it's his wise-cracking personality (which is only amusing to other bears) or his deadly killing skills (one of the most dangerous bears next to Colbear) he had promise. He quickly rose to the ranks of Dance Commander, but after his affair with pop sensation Jessica Simpson he was promptly demoted to Private First Class. The other bears clearly didn't approve of his interspecies relations and he was punished for his sexual deviancy. Fozzie has been slowly working his way back to the top, mostly by killing members of the Green Party, and is now back on track to possib
  • As an infant, like many of the Muppets, Fozzie was under the care of Nanny (as seen in Muppet Babies). Fozzie's mother however kept some early home videos of Fozzie and the other Muppets, as shown in A Muppet Family Christmas. As a kid, Fozzie was raised by his mom and dad, along with his baby brother Freddie. Fozzie grew up right next door to his best friend Kermit and often spent time with his grandpa. Even as a baby, Fozzie always had an interest in becoming a comedian. Fozzie remarked at the 2009 D23 Expo that he understudied at the Country Bear Jamboree.
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" He also often says "AaaAAAAaaah" when he tells the jokes, which somewhat serves the same purpose as "Wocka wocka." Fozzie is also best friends with Kermit, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase laugh, "Wocka wocka wocka!" Fozzie's best friend is Kermit the Frog, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
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Appeared
Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To be a good comedian
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Cita
  • "¡Wocka Wocka!"
Walk
  • No
Dislikes
  • Tomatoes all over him, Statler & Waldorf tormenting him and his jokes, jeers by audiences toward him
Juegos
  • Club Penguin
  • Disney INFINITY 2.0
  • Disney Universe
Amigos
designnote
  • builder
  • designer
personalidad
  • Divertido
películas
  • A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa
  • Muppet Treasure Island
  • Muppets Most Wanted
  • The Great Muppet Caper
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol
  • The Muppet Movie
  • The Muppets
  • The Muppets' Wizard of Oz
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Number
  • Y0767
Voice
Job
  • TV personality
Nombre
  • Fozzie
Games
  • My Muppets Show
  • Disney INFINITY series
  • Disney Emoji Blitz
Likes
  • His mother, singing, performing, telling jokes, playing music, feeling appreciated
Design
Series
Voiced by
Appearance
  • Mona Leaves-a
  • Obese bear, orange fur, rose cherry nose, pink eyelids, white eyes with black pupils, brown eyebrows, brown pork pie hat with a chocolate band, white string tie with pink polka dots on it
Actor
Name
  • Fozzie Bear
Personality
  • Funny, loyal, sweet, sensitive, loving, charming, devoted, sometimes doubtful, friendly, lovable, insecure, witty, kind-hearted, charismatic, wants to make people laugh, ambitious, happy
ImageSize
  • 210
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Shows
  • The Muppets
  • Muppet Babies
  • Little Muppet Monsters
  • The Muppet Show
  • Good Luck Charlie
  • Muppets Tonight
  • MuppeTelevision
  • Muppet Moments
rides
  • Midship Detective Agency
  • Muppet Vision 3-D
  • Here Come the Muppets
  • Muppets on Location: Days of Swine and Roses
Alias
Species
Awards
  • 8
Enemies
Note
  • 1976
  • 2002
Performer
Clothes
  • Fozzie Bear Costume and Fozzie Bear Head
Color
Related
  • Unknown
Years
  • 2013
Affiliations
  • The Muppets
Imagen
  • Fozzie.png
Occupation
  • Performer
  • Stand-up comedian
Debut
  • 1976
Family
Fullname
  • Fozzie Bear
Films
  • The Muppets
  • Muppets Most Wanted
  • The Great Muppet Caper
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol
  • Muppet Treasure Island
  • The Muppets' Wizard of Oz
  • The Muppet Movie
Friends
  • Walter
  • Kermit the Frog
  • Gonzo the Great
  • Animal (Muppet)
  • Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Rowlf, Link Hogthrob, Clifford, Sweetums, Pepe the King Prawn, Scooter, Sam the Eagle, Emily Bear, Walter, Gary, Mary, Animal, Rizzo the Rat, the Swedish Chef, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Beaker, Bean Bunny, Robin the Frog, Camilla, Crazy Harry, Lew Zealand, Beauregard, Dr. Julius Strangepork, Nadya, Dominic Badguy
Gender
  • Male
Position
  • Muppet, Comedian
Quote
  • "Check it out. Fart shoes."
  • "Oh, just for the halibut!"
  • "Wocka, wocka, wocka!"
Designer
  • ?
  • Michael K. Frith
Apariencia
  • Un oso con sombrero y corbata
inspiración
  • Un oso
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  • In "The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou," following a statement that Stewie Griffin makes about wrong-sounding Muppets, he appears with a very deep African-American voice provided by Michael Clarke Duncan. Brian/Chewbacca uses Fozzie's catchphrase of "Wocka-wocka" in "Blue Harvest". In "Baby Not On Board", Fozzie does a show in Saudi Arabia telling Arab jokes. In this appearance, he was voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Kermit after being battered at the hands of Miss Piggy, tells Fozzie that they are changing the name of a skit from "Bears in Space" to "Pigs in Space" in "And I'm Joyce Kinney".
  • Fozzie Bear is the Muppet's resident comedian, who made an appearance during the Muppets World Tour. Members were able to buy his costume at the party. At the Muppets World Tour, he was in Germany.
  • Fozzie Bear is a second lieutenant in the Bear Corps of Paraguay and has eaten three members of the Partridge Family with no remorse. Born on June 29, 1953, Fozzie Bear has always shown promise among the ranks of bears, whether it's his wise-cracking personality (which is only amusing to other bears) or his deadly killing skills (one of the most dangerous bears next to Colbear) he had promise. He quickly rose to the ranks of Dance Commander, but after his affair with pop sensation Jessica Simpson he was promptly demoted to Private First Class. The other bears clearly didn't approve of his interspecies relations and he was punished for his sexual deviancy. Fozzie has been slowly working his way back to the top, mostly by killing members of the Green Party, and is now back on track to possibly make it to a rank as high as Vice Admiral Sr.
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" He also often says "AaaAAAAaaah" when he tells the jokes, which somewhat serves the same purpose as "Wocka wocka." Fozzie is also best friends with Kermit, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. During the first season of The Muppet Show, Fozzie's monologues usually consisted of Fozzie telling simple setup/punchline jokes, while being heckled by Statler and Waldorf. After the first season, most of his monologues relied on gimmicks, such as ventriloquism or telling jokes on roller skates. Fozzie also told a joke during the opening sequence of every episode during the first season. In Jim Henson: The Works, Christopher Finch wrote: "One of the biggest problems [with the first season] was with Fozzie Bear. Fozzie was crucial to The Muppet Show because he was conceived as Frank Oz's main character, and the success of the show would depend to a significant degree on Frank having the opportunity to display the full range of his virtuoso performance and comedic skills. "It was logical to have a comedian as a primary character on The Muppet Show, particularly once the Muppet Theater had been established as its basic setting. And given the spirit of the Muppets, it was almost inevitable that he would be a bad comedian. The problem with Fozzie was that his bad jokes and failure to win over an audience provoked more embarrassment than sympathy. For instance in episode 122, Fozzie gets so fed up with the heckling that he demands everyone but true Fozzie fans leave the auditorium. As a result, the seats are left completely empty; even Fozzie's own cousin leaves; Fozzie departs the stage almost in tears. "Jerry Juhl and Frank Oz gradually transformed Fozzie by building up the positive aspects of his personality. They allowed his perpetual optimism to offset his onstage failures until he became a more rounded character. Fozzie's virtues ultimately made his ineptness acceptable -- and even endearing. So successful was this metamorphosis that he became one of the most popular of all the Muppets." As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • As an infant, like many of the Muppets, Fozzie was under the care of Nanny (as seen in Muppet Babies). Fozzie's mother however kept some early home videos of Fozzie and the other Muppets, as shown in A Muppet Family Christmas. As a kid, Fozzie was raised by his mom and dad, along with his baby brother Freddie. Fozzie grew up right next door to his best friend Kermit and often spent time with his grandpa. Even as a baby, Fozzie always had an interest in becoming a comedian. Fozzie remarked at the 2009 D23 Expo that he understudied at the Country Bear Jamboree. Fozzie became a stand-up comic at the El Sleezo Cafe, where Kermit invited him to come to Hollywood to become famous. Fozzie took his uncle's car, which was left to him while his uncle hibernated, and the pair set out for Califonia. However if Fozzie had never met Kermit, he would have ended up becoming a skilled pick-pocket (so good that he could pick the pocket of someone without pants). However, according to The Great Muppet Caper, Fozzie and Kermit are identical twin brothers and share the same father.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Fozzie Bear is a character from the television series The Muppet Show. He is an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" Shortly after telling the joke, he is usually the target of rotten tomatoes and ridicule, especially from hecklers Statler and Waldorf.
  • El Oso Fozzie es un personaje de la franquicia de The Muppets.
  • Fozzie's most notable connection with The Wizard of Oz series was that he played the Cowardly Lion in the 2005 TV movie The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. Prior to that movie, though, he had also portrayed the role in the Muppet Babies episode "By the Book" and the photo storybook Muppet Babies: Classic Children's Tales. He also once dressed as The T in Woodman in an episode from The Muppet Show's fifth season.
  • Fozzie appears in "License to Till" when Snot uses a puppet of Fozzie to calm Steve after he is picked on in school. Snot shows up at the hospital where Hayley has severe kidney damage with his Fozzie Bear puppet and attempts to cheer up Stan and Francine Smith in "The Kidney Stays in the Picture" but reveals he's really there because his grandmother is dying. Steve makes a booby-trap out of a collection of Muppet dolls including Fozzie Bear in "Toy Whorey".
  • <default>Fozzie Bear</default> Species Gender Status Color Owner Relatives Occupation First Appearance Voiced by Fozzie Bear is a Bear from the Muppets. He was co-presenting an ESPY award with Lance Armstrong. After making a joke about Armstrong (about winning the "Tour de Pants"), Armstrong picked up the puppet and threw him across the stage. After the puppeteer realized this, he eventually stopped acting.
  • The Fozzie Bear has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Amidst cries of nepotism, and doubts over whether or not a 3 year old bear was subject to any restrictions under the child labor laws, Fuzzy (under the stage name "Fozzie") began his first role in what would become a long and enviable career (by Hollywood standards). Once the early complications were solved, like walking upright, Fozzie actually proved to be superior to his synthetic co-stars. A voice-over artist was still required to provide his dialogue, but Henson realized great financial savings in needing one less puppeteer on staff. The Screen Actors Guild was extremely displeased with the whole affair, and threatened a walkout by the cast, but in the end it was agreed to offer Fozzie a SAG membership in recognition of his undeniable talent.
  • Fozzie Bear is een personage uit de films over de Muppets.
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase laugh, "Wocka wocka wocka!" Fozzie's best friend is Kermit the Frog, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. During the first season of The Muppet Show, Fozzie's monologues usually consisted of Fozzie telling simple setup/punchline jokes, while being heckled by his mother's old friends, Statler and Waldorf. After the first season, most of his monologues relied on gimmicks such as telling jokes on roller skates. A common schtick in many episodes is that Fozzie would attempt to imitate the guest star's most famous act to attempt to emulate their success, only to comically fail completely at the attempt. For instance, Edgar Bergen inspired him to try ventriloquism while stage magician Doug Henning inadvertently convinced Fozzie to try his hand at being a magician. In Jim Henson: The Works, Christopher Finch wrote: "One of the biggest problems [with the first season] was with Fozzie Bear. Fozzie was crucial to The Muppet Show because he was conceived as Frank Oz's main character, and the success of the show would depend to a significant degree on Frank having the opportunity to display the full range of his virtuoso performance and comedic skills. "It was logical to have a comedian as a primary character on The Muppet Show, particularly once The Muppet Theatre had been established as its basic setting. And given the spirit of the Muppets, it was almost inevitable that he would be a bad comedian. The problem with Fozzie was that his bad jokes and failure to win over an audience provoked more embarrassment than sympathy. For instance in episode 122, Fozzie gets so fed up with the heckling that he demands everyone but true Fozzie fans leave the auditorium. As a result, the seats are left completely empty; even Fozzie's own cousin leaves; Fozzie departs the stage almost in tears. "Jerry Juhl and Frank Oz gradually transformed Fozzie by building up the positive aspects of his personality. They allowed his perpetual optimism to offset his onstage failures until he became a more rounded character. Fozzie's virtues ultimately made his ineptness acceptable -- and even endearing. So successful was this metamorphosis that he became one of the most popular of all the Muppets." As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Fozzie Bear is The Muppet Show's resident comedian. He's an orange-brown, fuzzy Muppet bear who tells bad jokes, usually punctuated with his catchphrase, "Wocka wocka wocka!" He also often says "AaaAAAAaaah" when he tells the jokes, which somewhat serves the same purpose as "Wocka wocka." Fozzie's best friend is Kermit the Frog, although they occasionally have differences of opinion. During the first season of The Muppet Show, Fozzie's monologues usually consisted of Fozzie telling simple setup/punchline jokes, while being heckled by his mother's old friends, Statler and Waldorf. After the first season, most of his monologues relied on gimmicks such as telling jokes on roller skates. A common shtick in many episodes is that Fozzie would attempt to imitate the guest star's most famous act to attempt to emulate their success, only to comically fail completely at the attempt. For instance, Edgar Bergen inspired him to try ventriloquism while stage magician Doug Henning inadvertently convinced Fozzie to try his hand at being a magician. Fozzie also told a joke during the opening sequence of every episode during the first season. In Jim Henson: The Works, Christopher Finch wrote: "One of the biggest problems [with the first season] was with Fozzie Bear. Fozzie was crucial to The Muppet Show because he was conceived as Frank Oz's main character, and the success of the show would depend to a significant degree on Frank having the opportunity to display the full range of his virtuoso performance and comedic skills. "It was logical to have a comedian as a primary character on The Muppet Show, particularly once the Muppet Theater had been established as its basic setting. And given the spirit of the Muppets, it was almost inevitable that he would be a bad comedian. The problem with Fozzie was that his bad jokes and failure to win over an audience provoked more embarrassment than sympathy. For instance in episode 122, Fozzie gets so fed up with the heckling that he demands everyone but true Fozzie fans leave the auditorium. As a result, the seats are left completely empty; even Fozzie's own cousin leaves; Fozzie departs the stage almost in tears. "Jerry Juhl and Frank Oz gradually transformed Fozzie by building up the positive aspects of his personality. They allowed his perpetual optimism to offset his onstage failures until he became a more rounded character. Fozzie's virtues ultimately made his ineptness acceptable -- and even endearing. So successful was this metamorphosis that he became one of the most popular of all the Muppets." As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Fozzie Bear is a Muppet bear comedian. He is the best friend of Kermit the Frog. Throughout the Muppet Show, Fozzie was known to have told jokes and punctuate them with his catchphrase "Wocka wocka wocka!" only to have them heckled by his mother's old friends Statler and Waldorf. He is also the son of Emily Bear and Mr. Bear. Even in his young days, Fozzie wanted to be a comedian. On frequent occasions, Fozzie teamed with Rowlf the Dog. During the first season of the Muppet Show, Fozzie's monologues usually consisted of Fozzie telling simple setup/punchline jokes, while being heckled by Statler and Waldorf. After the first season, most of his monologues relied on gimmicks such as telling jokes on roller skates. A common schtick in many episodes is that Fozzie would attempt to imitate the guest star's most famous act in an attempt to emulate their success, only to comically fail completely at that attempt. For instance, Bergen Edgar Bergen inspired him to try ventriloquism while stage magician Doug Henning inadvertently convinced Fozzie to try his hand at being a magician. In Jim Henson: The Works, Christopher Finch wrote: "One of the biggest problems [with the first season] was with Fozzie Bear. Fozzie was crucial to The Muppet Show because he was conceived as Frank Oz's main character and the success of the show would depend on to a significant degree on Frank having the opportunity to display the full range of his virtuoso performance and comedic skills. "It was logical to have a comedian as a primary character on The Muppet Show, particularly once The Muppet Theater had been established as its basic setting. And given the spirit of the Muppets, it was almost inevitable that he would be a bad comedian. The problem with Fozzie was that his bad jokes and failure to win over an audience provoked more embarrassment than sympathy. For instance, in episode 122, Fozzie gets so fed up with the heckling that he demands everyone but true Fozzie fans leave the auditorium. As a result, the seats are left completely empty; even Fozzie's own cousin leaves; Fozzie departs the stage almost in tears. "Jerry Juhl and Frank Oz gradually transformed Fozzie by building up the positive aspects of his personality. They allowed his perpetual optimism to offset his onstage failures until he became a more rounded character. Fozzie's virtues ultimately made his ineptness acceptable—and even endearing. So successful was this metamorphosis that he became one of the most popular of all the Muppets." As Brian Henson notes in a generic Muppet Show introduction, "Fozzie is always telling terrible jokes, but he's just trying so hard you've got to love him."
  • Fozzie Bear is an important Muppet character and one of the main characters of the franchise. The show's stand up comedian, Fozzie tries his best to be the funniest possible, but his jokes often fail because of Statler and Waldorf mocking him. He is very insecure about his comical talent. Fozzie is best friends with Kermit and Gonzo.
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