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BTWF: Tyler James Williams on Sesame Street
May 8th, 2019 under Before They Were Famous, Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

Before Tyler James Williams could not find a reason to celebrate on Go On, he was celebrating Kwanzaa on Sesame Street. How cute was the 7-year-old in that 2000 episode?


The cast of Sesame Street sing the theme song!
March 21st, 2019 under Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

For 50 years we have been singing the theme song of Sesame Street, but we have never heard the cast sing it together. That is until now because they did a mashup of Big Bird, Elmo, Abby and the other residents singing the tune.

After listening to that song, I feel like a kid all over again.


Josh Groban sings with his Sesame Street friends!
February 13th, 2019 under Josh Groban, Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

Everyone wants to be friends with Josh Groban. However no one more than Elmo, Abby and Rosita. Luckily for three of the residents on Sesame Street, not only did their wish come true, but they also got to a sing a song with him. That song is Hey Friend and now I cannot stop singing it. Isn’t it just the happiest song? I know it turned my frown upside down. Did it do the same for you?


Peter Krause tells Kermit Frog he sent a lot of puppets six feet under
November 30th, 2018 under James Corden, Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

Peter Krause and Kermit the Frog were on The Late Late Show yesterday and James Corden wanted to know about some of the odd jobs he had before he became famous.

Back when he was in college, he ran a puppet wagon over the summer in Minnesota and he would do puppet shows. One day, when they were hooking the fairy tale house up to the Ford Bronco, they did not do a good job. As he was driving, the 9-1-1 star noticed that it was swerving behind him. He tried to turn to get it to get out of the way of traffic, but it made things worse. The house rolled over several times, causing all of the puppets to be scattered on the road.

He told Kermit, he was able to save his friends Bert and Ernie, but several did not make it. To which the Muppet told him, “Remind me to never get in the car with you if you are my Uber driver.” Who knew at nighttime Kermit was such a mean comedian? I like it, I really like it! And who knew that Krause was a puppet killer?

Don’t believe me, watch him one up everyone when they talk about their past dating experiences. Too bad he did not give it to Minka Kelly when she told him she kissed enough frogs for a lifetime.


How can Sesame Street say Bert & Ernie are not gay and have them sing this song?
September 20th, 2018 under Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

Over the weekend, former Sesame Street writer Mark Saltzman told Queerty that he based Bert and Ernie on his relationship with film editor Arnold Glassman.

Then Frank Oz who created them chimed in with, “It seems Mr. Mark Saltzman was asked if Bert & Ernie are gay. It’s fine that he feels they are. They’re not, of course. But why that question? Does it really matter? Why the need to define people as only gay? There’s much more to a human being than just straightness or gayness.”

I would be able to take Oz’s words more seriously if Sesame Street did not post the roommates signing the Ding Along Song. I mean that is a slang reference for the male genitalia, right? Actually, the whole song sounds like it is paying homage to the ding dong. But it might just be me and my very sick mind. Is it?


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