Aziz Ansari is going to be on Sesame Street and the kids educational show gave him the perfect word to teach kids. His word is “ridiculous”! I can’t think of a more ridiculous actor to demonstrate that word to Grover, can you? It’s ridiculous how spot on he is for the lesson. And because of that he is ridiculously good in this segment.
Am I being ridiculous or do you think they were ridiculous to give him that word?
Viola Davis is very serious on How to Get Away with Murder, but don’t forget she has a fun side. One you can see when she teaches Elmo about the word “fiesta” on Sesame Street. Maybe this teach the teacher to have a party on her ABC drama every now and again. Because who doesn’t look better when they are having some fun.
Sesame Street takes on Twilight: Breaking Dawn and I just want to eat it up. As cute as it is, the best part is that the Muppet who plays Belly plays it with just as much emotion as Kristen Stewart. As in she doesn’t have any. It’s like she was dead long before she was a Yumpire, just like Bella. Isn’t it uncanny how perfectly she nailed it?
Kat Dennings stars on 2 Broke Girls, so she knows a little bit about the word broke. Well on Sesame Street, we find out she also knows a thing or two about repairing broken things. That’s because she got to teach Abby about the word repair. Which is a good thing since the actress broke the word repair. Do you think she will be able to repair, repair? You just have to watch to find out.
2 Broke Girls will be back on CBS October 27th, so hopefully this will hold you over until then.
In all the years I have been watching Sesame Street, I don’t remember ever seeing Cookie Monster make cookies. Well that is no longer the case because today on Queen Latifah‘s daytime talk show, he made some chocolate chip cookies with some help from Elmo.
If this doesn’t put a smile on your face today, nothing will. I know I am grinning from ear to ear after watching this very sweet cooking segment.
Mr. Stephanopoulos spoke to Mr. Snuffleupagus on Good Morning America today and we got a mouthful. Try saying Mr. Snuffleupagus & Mr. Stephanopoulos more than once without slurring your speech. Better yet, try spelling their names with your eyes closed. Does your head hurt? I know I was complete mess when I tried to do both challenges back to back. And here I thought that was Sesame Street was supposed to teach us the easy stuff, there ain’t nothing easy about Mr. Snuffleupagus & Mr. Stephanopoulos.
Thanks to trying to saying their names together more than once, I am sounding a lot like Cindy Brady now.
Wendi McLendon-Covey is going to be on Sesame Street and she taught Elmo all about the word “strenuous”. But The Goldbergs’ sMother learned that it is very strenuous to teach Elmo about that word. Even though she ran for him and lifted a big huge rock for him, he still didn’t understand it. It was until she proved that she is no chicken and played a tough game of Tug of War that he finally understood the meaning of the word. Which is good for because I am not really sure how much more strain she could’ve taken by teaching him that lesson.
Good thing for her, she is back working on The Goldbergs now which is a lot less strenuous for her. You can see her in all new episodes of The Goldbergs as our favorite television mother of the new millennium on ABC starting September 24th.
One Direction is going to be back on Sesame Street this month and they are not as popular as they used to be. The girls found some new rock stars to idolize and you’ll never believe who their #1 is now. I can totally see why the ladies are digging the new 1D. Do you see it too?
We all know that One Direction can count to 1, but how many letters of the alphabet do they know? Turns out Harry Styles knows all 26, and Liam knows almost all of them.
See even though we are adults, Sesame Street can still teach us stuff. Like that one of the biggest bands of this decade don’t all know all of their ABCs. Another thing we learned about them on Sesame Street, is that the letter U is the most beautiful to them.
It is summer time and instead of going outside to appreciate the beautiful weather, we are staying inside to Tweet about it. So Sesame Street wrote a song and had Bert, Zachary Levi and Kal Penn sing it to us, because they want us to stop Facebooking and enjoy A Lovely Sunny Day.
So stop what you are doing, and listen to Chuck sing with that beautiful voice we forgot he has in Tangled. Then when you are done listening to it, make sure to Tweet about, update your Facebook status with it and share it on Instagram. Oh wait, I mean, stop Tweeting, Facebooking and Instagramming and go outside to see the light from the sky and not your computer, phone or iPad!
BTW who else can’t stop singing this song? It’s just like when we couldn’t get the Sesame Street theme out of our heads. And yes the theme of both songs are not lost on me! Sunny days rules, which is probably why I’ve moved to both Miami and Los Angeles!