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Sesame Street

  1. 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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  2. The Count From Sesame Street Counts 10,000 Digits of Pi Because This Is the Internet

    One! One bored nerd! Ah ah ah.

    I have so many questions. #1: What does the Count have against the number 9?

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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 Gets Their Rube Goldberg Machine On

    C is for crank turning.

    The writers on Sesame Street know how to do pop culture parody right, but they also know a thing or two about teaching tiny science, too. On a recent episode of the show, Murray and Ovejita hang out with a kinetic artist at the Liberty Science Center and learn all about the epicness of the Rube Goldberg machine.

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  5. 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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  6. We Couldn’t Possibly Say No To A Cookie Monster Star Wars Parody

    And the winner for Best Snuffleupagus Cameo goes to...

    In my preschool days, few things were as important to me as Sesame Street and Star Wars (respectively). I'm not sure my little brain could've handled the combo punch of both of them in the same place. This wonderful parody features the adventures of Flan Solo, Luke Piewalker, Princess Parfaita, and, of course, Chewie the Cookie. There's a lot to love here. Also, am I the only one delighted by a Frank Oz character pretending to be another Frank Oz character?

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Boy Cosplaying As Hiccup In Wheelchair Cosplaying As Toothless

    While onlookers cosplay as "impressed."

    The How to Train Your Dragon cosplay gauntlet has been thrown.

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  8. Sesame Street Knows You’re a Giant Nerd, Introduces Muppet Captain Kirk and Doctor Who

    FIVE-ERINE!

    Sesame Street has released a preview of an upcomoming episode centered around Numeric Con, “the greatest number-lover convention of the year.” Elmo, did you dress as “The Dark Nine-t”? Did you?! What's your favorite geek reference in this video? Is it anything other than Muppet Shatner?

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  9. You Need To Watch The “Badass Women” Panel From NerdHQ

    And the rest of these NerdHQ panels don't suck, either.

    Zachary Levi and the Nerd Machine crew are running Conversations for a Cause (benefitting Operation Smile) all of SDCC weekend; but watching the "Badass Women" panel will directly benefit you, because why would you not want to watch Yvonne Strahovski, Retta, Jennifer Morrison, Sophie Turner, Ming-Na Wen, and Missy Peregrym chat about being amazing together?

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  10. The Mary Sue’s 25 Must-See Panels At San Diego Comic-Con 2014

    Here's our staff recommendations for the must-see panels at Comic-Con 2014.

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