Order Muppets--and I'm thinking about Bert, Scooter, Sam the Eagle, Kermit the Frog, and the blue guy who is perennially harassed by Grover at restaurants (the Order Muppet Everyman)--tend to be neurotic, highly regimented, averse to surprises and may sport monstrously large eyebrows. They sometimes resent the responsibility of the world weighing on their felt shoulders, but they secretly revel in the knowledge that they keep the show running. Your first grade teacher was probably an Order Muppet. So is Chief Justice John Roberts. It's not that any one type of Muppet is inherently better than the other.
The night is dark and full of terrors. There's a lot to love about Game of Thrones -- the drama, the costumes, the epic scenery, the swordplay, the intrigue -- but does everything have to be so dark and gloomy all the time? SEE ALSO: Twitter's jokes about Melisandre on'Game of Thrones' will never get old The show could do with a few jokes here and there. The Muppets would add just enough sass and humor to the show to give a bit of comedic relief. Although, we do realize this makes Jon Snow's fate all the more upsetting.