I'm looking for the complete series in order on dvd including the test pilot Test Pilot February 25, 2005 none Pepe the King Prawn Statler and Waldorf take a look at The Pacifier and Constantine however the pair is unable to get a consistent rating scale to rank the films. Pepe the King Prawn pops in to give a rundown on the latest DVD releases - Saw, I Heart Huckabees, Donnie Darko and Taxi. Episode 1 June 26, 2005 Dej-HAH-vous Pepe the King Prawn Statler and Waldorf take a look at the trailers for War of the Worlds and Bewitched. The pair rank each film on their "Snooze-O-Meter" noting how far into the film they will fall asleep. Plus the two toss it over to Pepe the King Prawn to talk about the newest titles on DVD - Miss Congeniality 2, Coach Carter and Hostage. Episode 2 July 6, 2005 KILL-dren Rowlf the Dog Statler and Waldorf preview Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Fantastic Four. The two rank the films on the "old man driving scale" noting how fast they would drive to (or away from) the film. Rowlf the Dog stops by the set of The Wedding Crashers to give tips on how to be a wedding crasher. Episode 3 July 18, 2005 Expenda-BILL Johnny Fiama Statler and Waldorf preview Stealth and The Island. Plus Johnny Fiama interviews Keanu Reeves (through edited footage). Episode 3: Bonus Clip July 19, 2005 none Pepe the King Prawn Upset that Johnny Fiama took his place in episode 3, Pepe releases a "top-secret" video giving his take on the week's new DVD releases. Episode 4 August 3, 2005 COUGH-in The Swedish Chef Statler and Waldorf review The Dukes of Hazzard and Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. Plus the Swedish Chef makes a pair Daisy Duke jeans. Episode 5 August 18, 2005 Doggie-DAR Pepe the King Prawn Statler and Waldorf review The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Red Eye; plus Pepe is on the street to talk about Sin City, Beauty Shop and A Lot Like Love on DVD. Episode 6 September 1, 2005 TRAVOLTED Pepe the King Prawn Statler and Waldorf host "The Balc-y Awards" covering the best (or in their case, worst) in summer movies. Episode 7 September 14, 2005 Lucky BLAST-ard Bobo the Bear Statler and Waldorf review Just Like Heaven and Corpse Bride. The two also share a rare Star Wars: Episode III audition tape from Bobo the Bear. Episode 8 September 29, 2005 Prev-EULOGY Pepe the King Prawn Statler and Waldorf review Into the Blue and Two for the Money. Plus Pepe is on the red carpet of Flightplan where he interviews such celebrities as Brent Sexton, Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Irby, Constance Marie, Isaiah Washington, Jodie Foster, Erika Christensen and several other guests. Episode 9 October 12, 2005 CON-mercial Dr. Teeth and Animal Statler and Waldorf review Doom and Elizabethtown. Plus Dr. Teeth and Animal talk about Shop Girl's love triangle. Episode 10 October 27, 2005 Coinci-DANCE The Weather Guy Statler and Waldorf review Jarhead and The Legend of Zorro. The Weather Guy checks in with the report for the movie The Weather Man. NOTE: The Weather Guy is a recycled version of a generic puppet used in the Muppet Meeting Films. Halloween Press Clips October 28, 2005 RUN-derwear No guest In a series of videos not released on the official website, Statler (dressed as an Egyptian mummy) and Waldorf (dressed as a Transylvanian vampire) give a "Halloween Film Countdown". These clips were released to news syndicates to air as promotion for the web series. Episode 11 November 11, 2005 BLONDE-tourage Sam the Eagle Statler and Waldorf review Get Rich or Die Tryin'' and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Sam the Eagle gives an editorial on the Johnny Cash movie Walk the Line. Episode 12 November 26, 2005 WEAK-quel Stan and Louie Statler and Waldorf review Rent and In the Mix. Plus the theater rats Stan and Louie give their take from "Below the Balcony". Episode 13 December 10, 2005 HACK-tors Ivan the Villager, Sweetums, Clive Focus, Penguins Statler and Waldorf review The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and King Kong. Plus Ivan the Villager and Sweetums beg for Hollywood's mercy and Clive Focus gets shots of the stars of March of the Penguins. Episode 14 December 24, 2005 YULE LOG-jam Larry and Oliver Statler and Waldorf give their Christmas film countdown from a decked out balcony. Plus Larry and Oliver act out every Christmas movie ever made. Episode 15 January 7, 2006 Fluctu-WEIGHT Assorted Whatnots, Animals, and Aliens, Indiana, Sam the Eagle, French Critic Statler and Waldorf showcase some of the international rip-offs of their webshow, while Indiana complains about being a fly-over state (with a disclaimer from Sam the American Eagle). NOTE: The French Critic is a recycled version of a generic puppet used in the Muppet Meeting Films and was previously used as the Weather Guy in episode 10. Episode 16 January 20, 2006 WIN-jury Alvy Mellish, Lester Possum Statler and Waldorf review Big Momma's House 2 and Underworld: Evolution. Alvy Mellish weighs in on Match Point and Lester Possum takes to the streets to find out what the average movie goer is thinking. Episode 17 February 4, 2006 Romantic KARMA-dy Deliveryman, Loni Dunne, Ted Thomas, Mr. Movie, Billy Statler and Waldorf review Firewall and The Pink Panther. Meanwhile, Ted Thomas and Loni Dunne discuss the Oscar nomination announcements. And Mr. Movie gives Billy a lecture on how movies are made. NOTE: The puppet used for Billy is a recycled and redressed version of Annie DeLoo from The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Ted Thomas is a recycled version of Gimley's Boss from the Muppet Meeting Films. Episode 18 February 18, 2006 It's OVER-ture Oscar envelope, detective, Sam the Eagle, Lester Possum Statler and Waldorf host their big Oscar prediction episode. A detective interrogates an Oscar envelope and Lester Possum goes to the street to hear people's views on who will win at the Oscars. Oscar Press Clips March 2, 2006 none No guest In a series of videos not released on the official website, Statler and Waldorf are interviewed on their Oscar predictions. These clips were released to news syndicates to air as promotion for the web series. Episode 19 March 4, 2006 PROM-blematic Ted Thomas, Hugo, Spamela Hamderson, assorted animals Statler and Waldorf are off to the beach to review Failure to Launch, Ultraviolet, and 16 Blocks. Ted Thomas interviews Hugo, the star of The Shaggy Dog. Plus a commercial for "Muppets Gone Wildlife". NOTE: Morton the Beaver and Melanie the Mink from Jim Henson's Animal Show appear in the "Muppets Gone Wildlife" commercial. Episode 20 March 18, 2006 ACT-lete Penguins, Larry and Oliver Statler and Waldorf review She's the Man, Inside Man and V for Vendetta. The Muppet penguins star in a promo for March Madness of the Penguins and Larry and Oliver are back to reenact every sports movie ever made in another installment of "Film Crew Theater". Episode 21 April 1, 2006 Hide and SEQUEL The Hollywood Pitchmen, Young Statler and Waldorf A pair of anxious Hollywood pitchmen try to sell new ideas of movie sequels and Statler and Waldorf show an old (black-and-white and silent) episode of "From the Balcony". Episode 22 April 15, 2006 PET-amorphosis Stan and Louie Statler and Waldorf show their American Idol audition and Stan and Louie are back for another view from "Below the Balcony". Episode 23 April 29, 2006 THESPIAN-age Tom Cruise Muppet, Cruise's assistant, Loni Dunne Statler and Waldorf show sneak-peeks at the trailers for Mission: Impossible 4: Ridiculously Impossible and Mission: Impossible 5: Impossibly Impossible ; plus Loni Dunne interviews an excited Tom Cruise. Episode 24 April 29, 2006 LAUGHTER-math Rejected Mutants, musical performers Statler and Waldorf showcase some rejected mutant auditions for X-Men including The Blimp, The Procrastinator, The Defroster, Beaverine, The Invisible Twins, and Scorn. The duo also take a look at a trailer for a made-up film, Poseidon: The Musical. NOTE: The Blimp is a recycled version of Mr. Big Head from the Muppet Meeting Films. The puppet used for Scorn is a recycled version of one of Statler and Waldorf's nurses from Muppets Tonight. Episode 25 May 27, 2006 Opening FREAK-end Waldorf's replacement Inspired by The Break-Up, Statler and Waldorf go their separate ways. While Waldorf is at home alone, Statler brings in a new co-host to review The Omen. Episode 26 June 10, 2006 STARING wheel Manny Folds, The Swedish Chef Statler and Waldorf, with the help of Manny Folds, talk about all the summer car films. The duo gets the balcony pimped out; and The Swedish Chef makes "Nacho Libres". Episode 27 June 24, 2006 Armed FARCES Ted Thomas, Craig Kent, Superman Statler and Waldorf review An Inconvenient Truth. Ted Thomas interviews Clark Kent's cousin, Craig Kent. He mistakes him for Clark. Plus Superman returns... a video. NOTE: Craig Kent is a recycled version of Mr. Movie from episode 17. Episode 28 July 7, 2006 Yo HO HUM James Lipton Muppet, Polly Wanna Cracker, Long Joel Silver Statler and Waldorf look for buried treasure in the balcony after talking about Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. "Inside the Actors Studio" takes gets up close with a staring pirate's parrot. Plus Long Joel Silver advertises the "Movies for the Marooned Box Set". NOTE: The puppet from Long Joel Silver is a recycled version of the Deliveryman from episode 17. The puppet for Polly Wanna Cracker is a recycled version of Alfonso D'Bruzzo from The Muppet Show and Muppets Tonight. Episode 29 July 22, 2006 MAD-aptation Tom Cruise Muppet, David Hasselhoff Muppet David Hasselhoff and Tom Cruise star as Statler and Waldorf in the big screen adaptation of From the Balcony. Episode 30 August 4, 2006 HELL-titude Bunnies, sheep, birds Statler and Waldorf have some problems with the camera as they showcase many Snakes on a Plane knockoffs - such as Bunnies on a Balloon and Sheep on a Submarine. NOTE: Molly the Albatross and Milton the Blue-footed Booby from Jim Henson's Animal Show appear in the "Snakes on a Plane" knockoffs segment. Episode 31 August 18, 2006 In-FAD-uation Ted Thomas Sr., George Lucas Muppet, Woody Allen Muppet, alien Statler and Waldorf are on vacation, so the producers treat viewers to From the Balcony's last good episode - an episode from 1977. Ted Thomas Sr. interviews rising director George Lucas, and a younger Statler and Waldorf take a look at what Close Encounters of the Third Kind would have been like if Woody Allen directed. NOTE: The alien from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" is a recycled version of an alien puppet from Brats of the Lost Nebula. Episode 32 September 2, 2006 FLICK-tion Coach Gruesome, Flopsy, Larry and Oliver Statler and Waldorf's "Back to School Special". Larry and Oliver return to reenact every high school movie ever made in another installment of "Film Crew Theater". Plus Flopsy prepares to play in the big football game. NOTE: The puppet for Coach Gruesome is a recycled version of the Luncheon Counter Monster from The Muppet Show. Episode 33 September 16, 2006 POP-coronary Caspar Von Blimpman, The Maltese Falcon, musical performers Statler and Waldorf showcase a film noir parody starring Statler as Dashiell Chander. The two critics also show off a clip from another upcoming musical about going to the movies. Episode 34 September 20, 2006 OS-carred Jimmy Pureisle, The Hollywood Pitchmen Statler's new intern Jimmy quickly outgrows his coffee fetching job and rises to the high heights of fame. The Hollywood pitchmen return to pitch wild prequels to Jimmy. Soon Jimmy's 15 minutes of fame are up. In a twist ending, Jimmy, in hope of a come-back, buys the balcony and takes over the show.