<p>Greg Smith, the disaffected Goldman Sachs executive who quit Wednesday in a very public huff, brought the world at large the term "muppets," Street lingo for dunces (in this case clients of the bank) rather than the furry stars of the big and little screens.</p><p>We took the opportunity to look at the show-biz Muppets, and how they might fit in to the saga of Goldman Sachs. The quotes, by the way, are real, assembled from various Muppets movies and TV shows.</p>
This photo taken Nov. 24, 2008 shows muppet Kermit the Frog making a television appearance in New York.
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Miss Piggy in a scene from "The Muppets" movie.
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Rizzo the Rat during a cooking segment on 'This Morning' TV Program in London in February, 2012.
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Muppet Animal and family during The Muppets World Premiere, held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California, Saturday, November 12, 2011.
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Statler and Waldorf from the cast of Disney's "The Muppets" on "Dancing with the Stars the Results Show."
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