If there’s one tune that’s sure to get stuck in your head and rattle around all day, it’s the classic Mahna Mahna. This early appearance of the track on a 1969 episode of Sesame Street with crawl into your ear like that creature from Wrath of Khan, and won’t let go.
Mashup master Mylo the Cat diced up footage from the 1985 Sesame Street flick Follow That Bird to create a muppet version of the video for Beastie Boys’ 1994 classic Sabotage. The only thing missing are the cheesy ’70s mustaches.
YAOG continues change keys, making happy songs sad. This time he turns sunny days into cloudy ones as he messes with a childhood classic, and makes us all feel like a big old Mr. Snuffleupagus. Oh dear.
Sesame Street goes trap with its trippy remix of sounds from everyone’s favorite cookie-addicted muppet and Eclectic Method. If your computer can handle it, try opening this video in four windows, then hitting play on each one. MP3 available here.
Adjust the bass, and let the Alpine blast with another well executed lip-sync video from Mylo the Cat. This time, the cast of Sesame Street celebrates the warm weather with a little DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, and one of our favorite sunny day jams.
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!
It was recently announced that Sesame Street would be airing episodes on HBO. But if the guys at Barely Productions are to be believed (and they aren’t), the gang will be getting decidedly more adult, per HBO standards.
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 parodies this summer’s blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron, replacing our protagonists with a bunch of nutritionally-conscious heroes. Except for Cookie Monster. And Zuchin-eye is as useless as you’d expect.
Sesame Street takes on another very adult TV series and makes it family friendly. This time, they mock Game of Thrones, with the denizens of Jesteros playing musical chairs to earn their place on the throne. That golf club throne looks familiar.
I Am Big Bird: The Carroll Spinney Story is a documentary about the man behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. It features candid footage of Carroll with Jim Henson and Frank Oz as well as with his wife Debra.
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.
“How many different ways can you learn the alphabet? Lots apparently.”Carol Spinney – the original voice and puppeteer of Big Bird – ruminates on his career over a cacophony of drums with his alter ego in this Birdman parody.
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.
Cookie Monster team’s up with Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver to bring us the latest news – as long as it has something to do with words. And what is up with the word “abbreviation?” Can’t it be shorter? Be sure to watch the outtakes too.
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.