Miss Piggy awoke one morning and she wasn’t herself…she told Kermit she was visiting the doctor.
After a long day Kermit arrived home to find Miss Piggy gone. He searched high and low. He checked Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock…but he just couldn’t find her.
Kermit felt sick with worry. He tried to get in touch with his friends. Fozzy wasn’t answering his phone and Gonzo always seemed to be too busy.The whole of Sesame street ignored Kermit as if he didn’t exist.
Out of sheer desperation Kermit went to see Big Bird. It came as quite a shock when he saw Miss Piggy sleeping in Big Birds nest.
‘What on earth is going on here!’. Kermit yelled in complete disbelief. ’It’s not what it looks like’, replied Big Bird. Kermit could see Miss Piggy was upset and asked why she had just left without saying a word, and why is everyone ignoring him.
‘I went to the doctor and he said I have Clamidia. I haven’t been with anyone else….so it must be you, how could you Kermit!
Kermit’s vision became blurred from the constant tears pouring down his face. He couldn’t quite believe what has happened. There was no way of convincing Miss Piggy she was wrong. Kermit walked away and never looked back.
The weeks passed and Kermit was merely a shell of his former self. With no friends and the love of his life acussing him of despicable actions. There was only one thing he could do to numb the pain…He walked into his bedroom, opened the drawer to his beside table, and pulled out a nickle plated .44 Magnum. He held the gun up to his head and pulled the trigger.
Days later, Miss Piggy visited the doctor for another appointment, but he had a confession to make. ‘It seems that we have made a huge mistake Miss Piggy. You don’t have Clamidia at all…you’re blood test was switched with Red Fraggle accidentally.’ Kermits funeral took place 2 days later.