|dementomstie - 2009-10-05 |
5 stars for getting "Good work sycophants" on a children's TV show.
|Xenocide - 2009-10-05 |
Men discussing emotions? The homosexual agenda is brainwashing our children!
|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-10-05 |
This clip makes me happy
Happy happy happy
I'm a happy man
|Tripitaka - 2009-10-05 |
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.
|drcrypt - 2009-10-05 |
They really missed a beat when they went with "Happy Men" instead of "Glad Men."
|Hooper_X - 2009-10-05 |
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!"
(also - this isn't tagged with "Mad Men"?)
A million imaginary stars for the bald, angry muppet growling about colors.
|Rosebeekee - 2009-10-05 |
This puts a sticky smile on my face.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-10-05 |
It's no Upstairs, Downstairs or I, Cookie, but it is pretty great.
|infinite zest - 2009-10-05 |
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 - 2009-10-05 |
Where do you even get a fist-sized fedora? Being a costumer on that show must be interesting.
|luckymew - 2009-10-05 |
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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