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Desc:Just what it says
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:Muppets, bear, Sesame Street, honey, Mad Men
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:10/05/09
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Comment count is 16
dementomstie
5 stars for getting "Good work sycophants" on a children's TV show.
Xenocide
Men discussing emotions? The homosexual agenda is brainwashing our children!
Rodents of Unusual Size
The bear is dripping and sticky.

thebaronsdoctor
This clip makes me happy

Happy happy happy

I'm a happy man
twinkieafternoon
We're happy men!

Tripitaka
Sesame Street entertained me as a small child yet continues to entertain me for completely different reasons in my twenties. I believe the Sesame Street writers intended this.
Camonk
There's lots of parents watching Sesame Street with their kids; the writers always make sure they have good reason to do so.

drcrypt
They really missed a beat when they went with "Happy Men" instead of "Glad Men."
Hooper_X
Awesome.

I would explode from sheer joy and amazement if they did Breaking Bad next.

"Walter, you're very very ill!" "Oh, that's bad! That's very bad!"

Hooper_X
(also - this isn't tagged with "Mad Men"?)

Camonk
A million imaginary stars for the bald, angry muppet growling about colors.

Rosebeekee
This puts a sticky smile on my face.
cognitivedissonance
It's no Upstairs, Downstairs or I, Cookie, but it is pretty great.
infinite zest
From Wikipedia: When Miranda Barry of the Sesame Workshop was asked how such a parody is possible "given the drinking, smoking, and womanizing that's a big part of the AMC show", she compared it to their parody of Desperate Housewives: "You may have seen our parody called 'Desperate Houseplants.' It was about a houseplant not getting its needs met by the gardener. So it always works on two levels."

hmm.. I don't remember a Twin Peaks parody when I was a kid.. whatever, Sesame Street was still better when we were kids :)
JimL2
Where do you even get a fist-sized fedora? Being a costumer on that show must be interesting.
luckymew
I always loved Sesame Street as a child and even till this day it still brings back the little kid in me to giggle at this and love it as much as I did. 5-Stars
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