Yes, we know this clip dates back to 2009, but since we’ve never seen it, we figured maybe you hadn’t either. A hilarious use of Cookie Monster’s voice from a kids’ telephone toy to help provide vocals for a Rammstein track. Cookieeeeeeeee!
Their Clash of the Titans parody might not exactly timely, but Sesame Street’s lesson about focusing and paying attention is still amusing, as Cookie Monster aka Furseus is tested by a cow named Moodusa on his quest to reach Zeus at Mount Olympus Diner.
Sesame Street pokes fun at the all to common internet video trend of walking us through the unboxing of items in ridiculous and unnecessary detail. It still amazes us that a character with such bad grammar is on an educational show.
The gang from Sesame Street takes on Netflix’s hit show House of Cards, replacing Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood with the evil Frank Underwolf, who wants to blow down the three little piggies’ white houses to make his way to the oval office.
To teach the concept of self-control, Sesame Street made this pastry-themed parody of Star Wars. Can Flan Solo (Cookie Monster) resist the urge to devour his sidekick Chewy (a cookie)? Inside jokes and puns abound.
Sesame Street mocks The Hunger Games: Catching Fire as Cookieness Evereat and her friends are forced to play yet another series of challenging games against their will. We always thought Peeta sounded like a piece of bread too.
The inseparable best buds Bert and Ernie will tell you how to get to where you want to go. The making-of video doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in their direction-giving skills though.
Yip, yip, yip, yip, yip, yip. Sesame Street’s martians uncover a new form of music on their vintage radio. We can’t think of a more appropriate musical style for these interplanetary puppets.
We’re thinking that it was Oscar the Grouch hanging out in a pile of rancid trash that started the viral outbreak on Sesame Street, leaving Bert and Ernie horribly disfigured and craving brains.
The Sesame Street gang busts out some classic Beastie Boys rhymes with their muppet-ized rendition of Sure Shot. We had no idea that Grover could handle the flute so adeptly.
Cookie Monster wants to branch out from his monotonous Sesame Street day job, so he’s decided to try out as a guest host on Saturday Night Live. Here’s his audition tape.
Sesame Street takes on pop culture once again – this time aping Apple’s “there’s an app for that” tagline with their even more-useful-than-an-iPhone gadget, the iPogo stick.