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Cookie Monster

  1. Things We Saw Today: You Can Now Own Leggings With Benedict Cumberbatch’s Face On Them

    Stretchylegs Cumbercrotch.

    Do you love yourself some Benny? Now you get to wear him all over your lower body. Not a big fan of the Cumberbatch? Console yourself by farting in his face! These leggings are a win-win for everyone.

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  2. Ian McKellan Teaches Cookie Monster About Self Control By Presenting Him With THE RING OF SAURON ITSELF

    One cookie to rule them all.

    Ah, yes, I remember that passage of The Two Towers well. You know, the one where Cookie Monster is all, "Not were Minas Tirith falling in ruin and me alone could save her, so, using weapon of Dark Lord for good and glory. Me not wish for such triumphs, Frodo son of Drogo.” and then Frodo is like "Okay great, but can I have my chocolate chip cookies back?" and then Cookie Monster roars "NO NEVER, MINE ME OWN ME PRECIOUS OM NOMN NOM NOM," and then Sam cries a bunch.

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  3. Learn How to Follow Instructions With Sesame Street‘s Cookie Monster. I Mean Harry Potter.

    Cookie Monster heard the Huffpuff common room was next to the kitchens and begged to be put in there.

    We've all had our heart rates rise a bit today, haven't we? Let's cool down and watch some Sesame Street. Cookies optional.

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  4. Sesame Street‘s Twilight Parody is An Oddly Appropriate Way To Learn About Self-Control

    Bella your blood smells like COOOOOOOOOOKIES

    I mean, when you take out all the thinly veiled domestic abuse narratives and concerns about immortality and soullessness, deep down the series is really about a guy who can't handle not eating something (or someone) he really wants to eat, right? Also, props to the lady muppet who stars alongside Cookie Monster; she's got Bella's flat affect down to a science.

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

    it's time to play the music

    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: Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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

    i'll just leave this here

    WHO MAKES A BOAT OUT OF COOKIES?!?!?!? Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Cookie Monster Stars in Sesame Street Lord of the Rings Parody

    Not all that glitters is gold

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

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    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! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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

    I See What They Did There

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

    I See What They Did There

    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) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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

    Things to Do With Your Kids

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

    om nom nom

    Just visit, 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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  13. Cookie Monster Teams Up With National Film Society To Spoof Your Favorite Movies [Video]

    Hey, why don't people eat cookies as a movie theater snack?

    The newest season of Sesame Street premiered today, so in honor of the show's 44th year on the air, Filmmakers Patrick Epino and Stephen Dypiangco from the PBS web series National Film Society interviewed Cookie Monster about his love of movies. Turns out the little guy's got some pretty classic tastes in cinema.

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

    it's time to play the music

    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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  15. Ladies and Gentlemen: Tom Hiddleston Meets Cookie Monster

    Ask a Muppet

    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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  16. Cookie Monster’s Icona Pop Parody Involves Not Eating Cookies. Whaaaaat? [VIDEO]

    Thank You?

    I have no problem admitting I'm not "up on the pop music." Even if you aren't, though, you can enjoy Cookie Monster teaching a valuable lesson in restraint to a jaunty tune. I'm 112 years old. Don't listen to me. Just COOKIE. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  17. Cookie Monster Steals A Golden Cookie, Demands (Edible) Cookies for Sick Children As Ransom

    Of Course!

    No, not that Cookie Monster. Though if any Sesame Street character were to fall off the rails into a life of crime, a heist to benefit the children of the word is exactly the sort of thing they'd do, no?

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  18. Brass Monki, That Funky Monki, Makes Impressive Geek Sneaks

    Daniel Reese, or Brass Monki as he is known, is a rather impressive sneaker artist. He's been customizing sneakers for quite some time, but it's only been a year since he's been doing it full-time. Even so, he's managed to rack up a nice portfolio in a relatively short period. Even better? An overwhelming majority of his work includes gaming, technology, and comic themes.

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  19. If Cookie Monster Were Batman, Things Would Be Simpler [Video]

    Batman probably would've been a lot less grumpy if someone had just given him a freakin' cookie. Commissioner Gordon, how you could be so cruel? Seriously though, there are a couple of key similarities between Batman and Cookie Monster. They both have a one-track mind, and have a kind of gravelly voice can that get irritating if you listen to it for too long.

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  20. The Cookie Monster Pleads With World to Share Its Cookies, Parodies “Call Me Maybe”

    Almost Totally Excellent

    You know, for a children's show Sesame Street has always been a surprisingly deft producer of pop culture parodies. In fact, they can take something that's been played and replayed and just in general way overplayed on the Interwebs lately--like, say, parodies of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" and somehow make it new and exciting again. Or, if not new, at least fun. This time the effort involves the Cookie Monster, roaming through offices and pleading for shared snacks. And really, in this day and age I'd really rather have cookies than phone numbers. We feel your pain, Cookie Monster. (via The Washington Post)

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