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In the next episode of ABC's "The Muppets" titled "Bear Left Then Bear Write", Kermit and Miss Piggy will try hard not to think of each other and concentrate on their respective works.

The official synopsis mentions that "Kermit gives Fozzie advice that the bear, as usual, goes to extremes to heed, so Nick Offerman offers the gang a helping hand. Meanwhile, Christina Applegate is a guest on Miss Piggy's late-night show; and Pepe, Rizzo and Liam Hemsworth weigh in on Gonzo's online-dating problems."

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Kermit will try to talk it out with Miss Piggy again but with all the busy schedule and guest stars, he won't be able to get the right opportunity.

Meanwhile, Gonzo is still not sure about the online dating websites and how they work. Once failed miserably, he is scared to give it another try, but in the same time, he is determined to find himself a partner.

Rizzo decides to help Gonzo understand the basics of online dating and how it all works. He is accompanied by Liam Hemsworth who also wants to assist Gonzo in finding a girlfriend.

In the previous episode titled "Hostile Makeover", Kermit arranged a meeting for Miss Piggy with singer Josh Groban, who gave numerous ideas to Miss Piggy for improving her show. In the meantime, Fozzy attended a party at Jay Leno's house.

Earlier, we had reported that Kermit has a new love interest, a Muppet named Denise who is working in the marketing department of Miss Piggy's talk show.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, series' co-creator Bill Prady said that even though Kermit seemed broken and sad after his break-up, he will be alright soon.

"I think Kermit is quite put-upon. He has moments of genuine joy and happiness coming up," Prady said.

While the fans were shocked by the news of Miss Piggy and Kermit's breakup, Prady said that he had discussed the separation between these two with the Muppets creator, late Jim Henson, back in 1989.

"We discussed about it and were planning to use that in a campaign called 'Pig of the 90's,'" Prady said, "Henson would have approved of the breakup because I was at meetings with him where we talked about doing it."