Watch it. It's consistently listed in the top ten Muppets episodes of all time (there's 120.) It's up there with the Elton John, Harry Belafonte and Steve Martin classic eps. Hamill is sooo much fun in it, playing both himself and Luke (as "cousins.")
It's an ep also known for being prescient - the Luke and Leia (Miss Piggy) kiss, Gonzo as Vader with a soon-to-be-revealed major identity secret in "the next episode" (the ep aired 3 months before ESB came out), and the final number clearly/eerily foreshadows both Muppets and SW becoming Disney properties (decades later.)
It's also a direct connection given Luke interacts with a muppet in the key scenes of ESB (Oz performed Miss Piggy and Yoda over the same months in 1979), and the Muppets visit to the ESB Dagobah set was one of the most reported moments of the filming of ESB, and the two productions were filmed almost across the road from each other - at roughly the same time.
What's weird is that blaster Luke uses in the Muppets ep (known as the Muppet Show blaster) is unique and only appears onscreen in ESB in one scene - when Luke first arrives on Dagobah... ironically where he meets "Muppet cousin" Yoda.
Importantly, it was also the first time Luke's Bespin outfit fully appeared onscreen (like where you see a ton of it) following the Fall 1979 teaser where it's shown in a few quick shots. So this Muppets ep was the first "full/up-close reveal" of both the costume and Luke's new Han-style blaster/holster. Which was as a kid.
So... 1000% yes, I totally want to commemorate this. Why wouldn't you want to - it's a SW classic. I I'll post some pics once I'm done.