This comic was printed in digest size format, and features a number of reprinted short stories in each issue. However, she declined several offers to play Andy, telling the studio she was trying to avoid mainstream projects for a while. Bottles of Italian San Pellegrino mineral water are seen in the Runway offices. The first album, "Rocket To The Stars" was also a fully produced stereo story-adventure starring the Muppet Babies characters in which the songs were woven into the all new story written by Saroyan. Wintour's spokespeople deny the claim,  but costume designer Patricia Field says many designers told her they did not want to risk Wintour's wrath. The second album was strictly more fully produced longer versions of songs from the show. The series lasted for twenty-six issues. The show then reverted to an hour of Muppet Babies; however, a portion of the Little Muppet Monsters theme could still be heard in the show's end credits for the remainder of its run. That convinced the studio to increase the budget to allow for limited shooting overseas Streep did not go as Fox believed it would be too expensive. Each non-articulated character came with a wheeled vehicle. Hire the smart fat girl" line, which she felt summed up the disparity between Andy and the world she found herself in. There's flamboyance, there's real risk-taking, but when I walk into the room, it's not flashy. The show was a critical success during its time on the air: Field explained in that "I felt Annie Hathaway was a Chanel girl organically, as opposed to let's say a Versace [or Roberto Cavalli ] girl. Much to her surprise, he accepted.