So Kermit asks Julie to sing the alphabet along with him. What Julie did next was the cutest improved line on Sesame Street. In the middle of singing the alphabet, she shouts, ‘Cookie Monster!’ and laughs. She continues this a few more times until Kermit says she should sing with Cookie Monster instead then and continues to walk away.
If you ever wanted to get your hands on Sesame Street’s Bert or Elmo or Cookie Monster and beat them to a pulp – for whatever sick reason you might have – now’s your chance! ‘Sesame Street Fighter’ is now a free playable online game thanks to game developer Cocoalasca. This genius concept started with DeviantArt user gavacho13 when he illustrated ‘Sesame Street’ characters in the style of ‘Street Fighter’. The internet loved it, and now we can get back at Oscar for all his grouchiness through the years, by typing in the random words that appear on the screen.
If you thought Bert and Ernie, Elmo, Big Bird and the rest of the Sesame Street gang couldn’t get any cooler than they already were, well, you’re wrong. The team at Worth 1000 asked their community to feature Sesame Street characters in recreated Renaissance paintings. And here are the results.
With the release of it’s 49th season, Sesame Street is working hard at staying culturally relevant. Known for its appeal to both kids and adults, the show welcomed Tyrion Lannister from the racy HBO series Game of Thrones to sing with the kids. Pretending to be the mysterious Simon of the kid’s game, Simon Says, […]
Child obesity has become such a large issue in America (pun intended) that not only Michelle Obama, but also the Cookie Monster are advocating for dietary restraint. With the 44th season of Sesame Street about to be released on PBSKids, a few changes were made to the classic children’s show to keep the positive messages […]
Sure, this mashup by UK-based Wonderful Creative Agency first popped its head up a year ago, but it’s one of these gems that has to be watched again and again. Grover, Oscar and Cookie Monster take turns to rap, Elmo contributes guest vocals while Bert and Ernie guest-star on drums. It’s as fun as the […]
Existential Sesame Street characters. Is it even possible? In a 1996 episode of Sesame Street’s Monsterpiece Theater, Telly and Grover wait for Elmo to turn up. ‘What if we wait here all day and he never shows up?’, Telly asks. Because it’s Sesame Street, the tree next to them comes to life and walks away. […]
When I worked at Sesame Street, I was researching clips to be included in a Home Video and stumbled across this one. I was too little at the time it aired to remember it, but watching it now just shows what a bad ass show Sesame Street was when it started. I smile every time […]
They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. Big Bird, Fozzie and the gang at Sesame Street team up with Microsoft to create a Kinect-based show interacting with the kiddies. Gets them off the couch and moving along with the shows. I want to play.
The Fellows and the Blondies is Kate McCarthy’s new exhibition. McCarthy uses childhood memories and child-like spontaneity to create her painterly painted pieces. She mentions the 1970s series of Sesame Street among her influences.
Born in the 80s? Grew up with a TV in the house? Then you will probably appreciate this bizarre mashup of The Goonies unlikely duo and Sesame Street’s lovable pair. Available on Monday August 8 for 24 hours only.