Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
First off, I can't resist "Rainbow Connection" (even when it's split in half by a conical break). So I liked the way this episode concluded and its particular solution for Kermit's personal zen-spot.
The fact that he's so stressed out though, and needed to find a way to unwind and relax, is part of a larger lingering issue I have with the series regarding the perpetual grounding down and crushing of Kermit's spirit. Even the way he somberly says "I guess it's time to get things started" at the end of the opening credits is a bummer. So that, plus weeks of Kermit confessionals about stress, sleep screaming, and constant anxiety, have worked to suck the whatever joy there is to be had out of the premise.
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