There's not much that can make you feel better when you're sick...except maybe The Muppets.
I've been utilizing all of the traditional methods with the intentions of feeling better, including taking medicine, getting extra rest, and watching many therapeutic hours of Netflix and DVDs from my own collection.
Aside from the other usual remedies like hot tea and chicken soup, I realized I'm on my own in my fight against whatever bug has invaded my body. In my case, my sinuses have been exploding through my face and I've had a cough that sounds like the bark of rabid dog. Not only have I felt really crappy, I've also been annoying the hell out of myself. At times I was too out of it to even get up off the couch. You know those types of days where you catch about 20 minutes of 6 different movies throughout the day because you're in and out of consciousness and paying attention to a full movie is way too much work?
I own all the Muppet films, some I recorded from TV when they originally aired, others were official purchases, so I had a bunch of stuff to choose from. My selection was offbeat and one that I've actually ignored since it first aired in 2005. Surprisingly, from the dusty innards of one of my DVD cases, I picked out Muppets Wizard of Oz. It was the original broadcast that I recorded when it aired on The Wonderful World of Disney. It even had an intro with Michael Eisner like he used to do in the '80s. Not choosing one of the more popular Muppet offerings didn't feel like my finest hour, but something was telling me it was the right choice. After watching it though, I may even rank it above one or two of the other Muppet endeavors. It's not disappointing as some reviewers will lead you to believe. It's pretty funny and it even stars Jeff Tambor!
That was the time Muppets traveled to OZ, but what about the time they travelled to New Jersey? YUUUP! They had a sweet gig live tweeting Super Bowl XLVIII, but the catch was that they had to get to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ to meet up with Kermit the Frog first. Luckily the Muppets had been starring in a series of Toyota commercials during that time, so they had easy access to a fleet of their latest cars. They all crammed into a Toyota Highlander and hauled ass to the big game. And I write big game because they can't say Super Bowl in the commercial, but the Swedish Chef can, well, sort of. The Sferndy Boom!