The actor was joined by Robin Givens, who plays the mayor and Josie’s mom.While there was no new episode this week, next week is sure to make up for that as Cole will be going shirtless!But this past weekend, something strange happened to Cole's Twitter profile: it got Obviously, Dylan is joking.So even in the face of Twitter averageness, Cole and Dylan still manage to make the whole situation hilarious.In his chat, he challenged the pop star to a sing-off, and in It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie, he was invited to shake his "bon bons" at Ricky Martin's South Beach Christmas party.Pepe is the author of the book It's Hard Out Here for a Shrimp.
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Pepe is in love with Hollywood and expects he will earn several Oscar nominations (for good looks, acting and choreography. His influences include Dick van Dyke, Marlon Brando, Ruth Buzzi, Topo Gigio, and Mighty Mouse.
He has also referred to Ricky Martin on at least two separate occasions.
I was mistaken for an appetizer, okay." The four-armed Pepe is very proud of being a king prawn and takes great offense if anyone refers to him as a shrimp ("I am not a shrimp! " Puppeteer Bill Barretta, who created the character, based the accent on his wife's aunt, who is known in the family as "Maria Teresa Okay".
Due to his sometimes impenetrable accent, Pepe calls the Muppets "Muffins" or "Muppens", and he regularly calls Kermit "Kermin", Fozzie Bear "Fotzie", Rizzo "Ritzo," and Scooter "Scooper." He doesn't even pronounce Walter correctly, and instead calls him "Howard." He also calls Sam the Eagle "Stan" as shown at the 2009 D23 Expo.