I’m old, I suppose, since I remember when Jim Henson died, which I’m pretty sure is the same day Sammy Davis Jr. died. Not all nostalgia aside, he was a force in the world of childrens entertainment, but didn’t pander to them like so many modern incarnations do. He entertained adults with his humor too, at least within his artwork. His, seemingly, brief time in this world left an indelible impact in the world of film and puppetry. In honor of what would have been Jim Henson’s 76th birthday, here’s the Muppets take on “Bohemian Rhapsody”.