Me at MamaPop: The Library of Congress Deems Miss Piggy a "...[Work] of Enduring Importance..."

"The Library of Congress Deems Miss Piggy a '...[Work] of Enduring Importance...'":

Each year since 1989, the Librarian of Congress, in accordance with the Film Preservation Act, selects 25 films for the National Film Registry that are deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" enough to preserve for all time. What makes this list interesting is that the films don't have to be good so much as they have to be "works of enduring importance to American culture", and so we sort of get to see ourselves through the lens of what we commit to film, and sometimes what we see through that lens is zombies and Miss Piggy.