Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll Presents
Kermit the Frog and Stuart Davis Talk Sex, God, and Deep-Fried Flies
In this free video, Stuart Davis sits down with a living legend of the amphibian world—the one and only Kermit the Frog. Have you ever wondered about Kermit's spiritual practice? Or where frogs come from in the first place? You won't believe what comes out of Kermit's mouth in this exclusive clip from Season 2 of Sex, God, Rock n' Roll, airing nationally on HDnet!
From Hollywood, California—the crucible and capital of Love's crazy carnival—it's a new season of Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll! Did you know Ken Wilber himself supplies Stuart's wardrobe? Did you know Candice McClure is Integral-savvy? Well, get ready for a new cast, new segments, and an insane amount of naughty fun, as SGRR recently finished an outrageous batch of all-new episodes of its singular brand of comedy!
Tune in, or set your DVR's as these integrally-informed artists plant the seed of integral consciousness into the waiting nethers of mainstream entertainment.
Here's just a small sample to wet your whistle.
Then we're gonna get pregnant together.
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One of the greatest highlights of the recent What Next conference was a very special 3-hour tribute to Ken Wilber on New Year's Eve, where many of us who have been so touched by Ken's work had the opportunity to express our love, admiration, and gratitude. Today we thought we would share one of our favorite moments with you all: Kermit the Frog's tribute to Ken Wilber.
For two decades, Steve Whitmire has served as the performer behind the world's beloved Kermit the Frog as well as other famous Muppets and Sesame Street characters. In this two-part dialogue, he discusses the impact the Integral vision has had upon his own life, career, and creativity, and opens the door to a possible future of explicitly Integral puppetry….
Stuart Davis is a longtime friend of Integral Life and Ken Wilber, and has acted as guest host for many Integral Life dialogues over the last decade. With fifteen full-length albums to his credit, Stuart has carved out a unique wavelength in the musical spectrum. Taking the topics of God, sex and death, and crafting them into inimitable pop songs with lyrical flair and unforgettable hooks, Stuart also works in television, film, painting, and books. Stuart has his own channel here on Integral Life, which you can check out here.
Kermit the Frog was the star and host of The Muppet Show, played a significant role on Sesame Street, and served as the logo of The Jim Henson Company. He continues to star in the Muppet movies and makes numerous TV appearances. Miss Piggy insists that she and Kermit got married in The Muppets Take Manhattan and that they're very happy. Kermit disagrees, claiming that it was just a movie and that in real life, they have a "professional relationship" (meaning he thinks they're professionals and she thinks they're in a relationship).
Steve Whitmire auditioned for Jim Henson and began his Muppet career in London working on The Muppet Show. He has performed Ernie and Kermit the Frog since Jim Henson's death in 1990 and his other notable characters include Rizzo the Rat, Bean Bunny, Beaker, Statler, Jake the Polar Bear, Andy Pig, Mr. Poodlepants, Wembley Fraggle, and Sprocket the Dog.