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Cookie Monster

it's time to play the music

Theater Dorks, Come Forth: Sesame Street Did a Les Mis Parody

And it’s more filled with more food puns than that time Peeta in their Catching Fire was an actual piece of pita bread. Jean Bon Bon. Flantine.

(via: voice.fan.tv)

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i'll just leave this here

Life of Pi, As Performed By Cookie Monster [VIDEO]

WHO MAKES A BOAT OUT OF COOKIES?!?!?!?

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Not all that glitters is gold

Cookie Monster Stars in Sesame Street Lord of the Rings Parody

I bet you didn’t expect to see a Galadriel or Gandalf Muppet today. And if you’re wondering what Richard Armitage‘s Thorin might look like in a similar style go no further.

Previously in Sesame Street

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May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

Cookieness Evereat Stars In Sesame Street‘s Pun-Filled Catching Fire Parody [VIDEO]

Lest you worry that a Sesame Street parody will have over-sanitized the gruesomeness of children being forced to fight to the death, know that this video has a cannibalism reference. Wasn’t expecting that!

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I See What They Did There

What Does The Fox Say? Cookie Monster Asks a Real Fox (Puppet)

I have to say, I appreciate Sesame Street‘s brilliance a lot more now than I did when I was a kid. They refuse to be left behind as we barrel forward into the Internet age – I think they were on Vine before I even knew what Vine was. See their take on the “What Does the Fox Say?” under the jump.

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Cookie Monster Does A Serious Interview With The BBC About His Spin-Off With Elmo [VIDEO]

Yesterday, we brought you the shocking news of Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster and Elmo heading to the UK for a new show, The Furchester. Naturally, the BBC contacted Mr. Monster for an interview. Here it is.

(via io9)

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Things to Do With Your Kids

Elmo and Cookie Monster Are Getting a Sesame Street Spin-Off

…but only kids in the UK will be able to watch it. Waaaaaitaminute. British Cookie Monster still loves to eat cookies, right? He doesn’t call them biscuits?

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om nom nom

Sesame Street Does Us Huge Favor, Will Cover Any Website in Cookie Monster

Just visit OmNomNomify.com, drag the bookmarklet to your browser bar, and engulf a website in an unstoppable tidal wave of Cookie Monster gifs. It’s just like visiting a Geocities site in 1998!

Previously in Cookie Monster

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Cookie Monster Spoofs Hollywood Movies, Is Captain Jack Sparrow [VIDEO]

Turns out Cookie Monster has a second love: Film. In this video by the National Film Society he shares his cookiefied versions of classic movies. I know quite often the response to “[Blank] movie is being remade!” is a hearty grrrrrroan, but if you say you wouldn’t watch The Biscotti Kid you are lying.

Thanks to GeekMom, we also know some of the geeky actors and actresses who’ll be appearing on Sesame Street‘s 44th season, which starts tomorrow: Henry Cavill, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Rutina Wesley, Lena Headey, and Peter. Freaking. Dinklage. Check out a picture of Cavill hanging out with Elmo and some Muppet pigs behind the cut, then go re-watch that video of Tom Hiddleston meeting Cookie Monster. You know. If you want.

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Ask a Muppet

Ladies and Gentlemen: Tom Hiddleston Meets Cookie Monster

Here is the point where I remind everyone that while this represents the serendipity of PBS approaching Tom Hiddleston for a segment, Disney owns both the Muppets and Marvel, so they could do this kind of thing all the time if they wanted.

(Just not with Sesame Street or Fraggle Rock characters as they are owned by the Children’s Television Workshop and Viewers Like You the Jim Henson Company.)

Previously in Tom Hiddleston

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