It’s called Jurassic Cookie, but I’m not sure why a cookie would be a villain (especially to Cookie Monster!). They should have made Bert the bad guy, cuz he’s WAY scarier with that creepy pointed head and never-ending unibrow.
SEE Sesame Street’s parody of The Avengers
And despite it involving vegetables (barf), I’m totally on board.
SNL: Cookie Monster meets Cookie Lyon
When Empire’s Cookie pays a visit to Sesame Street to, among other things, give some tough-love advice to Snuffaluffagus.
WATCH Sesame Street’s Game of Thrones parody
The fact that it’s called Game of Chairs is really all you need to know.
WATCH Ed Sheeran’s adorable appearance on Sesame Street
Can The Muppets please just become Ed’s full-time backup band?
WATCH Sesame Street’s S’mores-inspired spoof of Star Wars
It’s a message about over-indulgence and self-control, of course.
UPDATE: It didn’t even dawn on me until I posted this that Disney owns both The Muppets and Star Wars, making for a nice tease for the upcoming Star Wars re-boot. Well played with the corporate synergy, Disney, well-played.
WATCH One Direction’s Harry Styles and Liam Payne sing with Sesame Street’s Bert
You just KNOW Ernie is totally jealous right now.
Cookie Monster covers Icona Pop
Judging by the title “Sesame Street: Me Want It (But Me Wait),” I’d say there’s a teachable lesson in there somewhere.
Bert and Ernie are now legal!
With marriage equality laws passing, this is the cover of the next issue of The New Yorker. Despite your views one way or another regarding marriage equality, you have to admit that it’s pretty brilliant… but I do genuinely wonder if/how Children’s Television Workshop will react.