|Old_Zircon - 2009-08-07 |
When did Jim Henson die again? I hope he didn't live to see this.
I dont understand the bitching, or the strange recollection of sesame past, this song always had famous musicians on it doing remakes of their song. give me a break.
|pastorofmuppets - 2009-08-07 |
This is what happens when you buy a bass that looks like that. Let that be a lesson to all of you.
|ProfessorChaos - 2009-08-07 |
It's still selling out. Just not for very much.
Nah, Elmo sold out long before this.
|Operation Cornflakes - 2009-08-07 |
Did he...just encourage a threesome on Sesame Street?
|Meerkat - 2009-08-08 |
Anyone who doesn't take themselves so seriously they can't dick around with puppets is OK by me.
|fermun - 2009-08-08 |
A band who was for some inexplicable reason popular at the time go on a show that doesn't talk down to kids and they change the lyrics of their song to make it a song about sharing and having fun together. This isn't selling out. Sure they got plugged at the end, but considering the audience I think it is more likely that they were doing it to tell the audience that these particular celebrities care for the message, care for the kids. It isn't like people do Sesame Street cameos for the pay, after all.
Sesame Street was deifnitely talking down to kids by this point. Not as bad as a lot of shows, but come on, it's the 90s, there's Elmo, this is well past when it was a good show.
|Xenocide - 2009-08-08 |
YOU N' ME BABY AIN'T NOTHING BUT MAMMALS
SO LET'S SHARE OUR BLOCKS AT PLAYTIME LIKE UM...A GUY WEARING FLANNEL.
|zatojones - 2009-08-08 |
he looks sort of sad to be there
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