Jason Segel and Miss Piggy want a bazillion Facebook likes
Jason Segel: I've never told Piggy this, but my secret goal was to reunite Kermit and Piggy. It's been a while. I wanted to get them on the same stage. So that they could finally talk and work things out.
Miss Piggy: You could've told me. A secret?
Ryan Seacrest: Alright, so this comes out in November.
Yeah. November 23rd.
But you're on a mission to do something before that Jason?
Yes, we are. It's called the Muppets fanathon. And we would like to get The Muppets, it's a lofty goal, it's never been achieved. We're trying to get a bazillion...
No, I think it was bazillion. Gazillion is to lofty. That's too lofty a goal. We'd never get a gazillion. But we could get a bazillion.
Alright, alright. Shoot low. One bazillion hits. Yeah, likes. I don't know how the Facebook works. But I think, with the exception of the Muppets, the only thing people love more is the internets. So combining them, that seems to be a power move.
What is one bazillion likes? What's that number?
It's a lot. It's a lot of zeros. If you like the Muppets on Facebook, you have a chance to see an advance screening of the movie before it comes out. But it won't be unlocked until we get a bazillion hits.
Jason Segel and Miss Piggy on On Air with Ryan Seacrest.