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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever-27 View Post
    I was always sort of fond of the on the spot newsfrog report with Kermit the Frog.

    Still I prefer the Muppet Show , Pigs in Space
    The Muppet Show was great! We watched every episode.

    I tried to find the skit from Sesame Street with the shark singing about brushing your 'pearly whites', and the one with the inch worms putting the postage stamp on the wall, but YouTube didn't have them!
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    C is for cookie......that's good enough for me.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghoulie Girl View Post
    C is for cookie......that's good enough for me.............
    Cookie,Cookie,Cookie starts with C.
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    I'm dating myself here, but I LOVED Roosevelt Franklin.

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    I was wrong, it wasn't the inch worms with the stamp, it was the Twiddlebugs!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjLDPn6ZPSA

    And I found the shark!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM54F...eature=related
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    I have special DEEP feelings for Cookie Monster. My husband does an awesome imitation of him. (probably why in part I married him.) I also love Monsterpiece Theatre. COOOKIE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarmaKat View Post
    When i was a kid I loved anything with Ernie. My obsession was so bad I even had a full Ernie costume lol. Nothing sadder than going to a costume party and all my little friends were dressed up as a princess or fairy and here I was dressed up as Ernie.
    HAH That is really cute.

    I never watched sesame street as a child. We didnt even had a tv back in those days. I started to catch parts of sesame street in the early 90s when my firstborn was a baby.
    Cookie monster has lot of character and I guess I would say that was one or my favorites.

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    Here are two of my favorite Ernie & Bert Skits

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2UDWZM35vM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DZPpqdRApQ

    I also liked that number painter guy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBOo1jYuFbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auntie Vi View Post
    I love the "Lady Bugs Picinic" even though it's not a skit.
    One of my faves!

    ...and they all sat down....at the lady bugs' picnic...



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    I thought Bert and Ernie were great...I loved watching them or "the count."

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    Ladybug Picnic was good too.

    Im on youtube looking at other ones. Really cool. Brings back some good memories

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post

    YOU FOUND THEM!!!! Mark you totally rock.....lol...

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    Thanks Jess.

    Man these were the days

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    My Mom used to make me show off to all her friends by reciting a Sesame Street skit I had learned from memory off the show...

    And yes...I can still do most of it...

    Ernie walks into an ice cream parlor and requests a:

    "Chocolate strawberry peach vanilla pistachio butterscotch ice cream cone..."

    I've probably forgotten some over the years, but I had the whole thing on LOCK as a kid! LOL!
    <3 Rest Well, pvezz. <3

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    LOL thats funny Pands.

    Gotta shre this, on limewire I just downloaded the Ladybug Picnic song. Classic.

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    AH! I guess 20-something years can take away the memory more than I thought! LMAO!

    It's chocolate, strawberry, peach, vanilla, banana, pistachio, peppermint, lemon orange, butterscotch ice cream cone!

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=3pn78rq24OU

    I'm not nearly as entertaining as I was when I was five, I guess...
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    The most dangerous woman of all is the one who refuses to rely on your sword to save her because she carries her own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    I guess the thread of the Yip Yip Aliens could be considered part of this thread too...

    The Yip Yip aliens still make me laugh. They were a favorite as a kid!


    I must add....

    Little Miss Muffet
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRcPI...eature=related
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica Rabbit View Post
    YOU FOUND THEM!!!! Mark you totally rock.....lol...

    friggin sweeeeeeeeeeeet !

    Hi Ho Kermit The Frog Here .......

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    The yip yip aliens were cool. The crayol segment was neat too.

    Those were the days too man. Too bad you cant find segments like that anymore today. And whats cool is they showed them year after year after year.

    Here are a few others I liked.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQGtEd40OFU

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi-ODZ3ING0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2FXPbW72Rs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wxHeWaXa_I

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GOGNE0nWHk

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    http://youtube.com/watch?v=zkHM8xG6i8o
    I loved seeing REM on when my daughter was watching, I was like "Look Sammy thats REM" and I was freaking out lol
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    Thats a good one. Man those two headed monsters are on still!!!!!

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    No Cookies in the library starring your favorite Cookie Monster:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJlkplvYdgA

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    I grew up outside of Springfield Massachusetts where Sesame Street was filmed, I got to meet the whole cast, I was very young so it was like meeting royalty!!! My favorite skit was the guy who fell down the stairs with a certain no. of pies, I always though what a waste of pies!!!!! A good friend of mine went out with the daughter of the guy who plays Big Bird!, he always bragged that he fucked Big Birds daughter!

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    Nessa remember this one? lol Its the first one i thought of!

    The pearly white teeth shark!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM54FfeAjqE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    The yip yip aliens were cool. The crayol segment was neat too.

    Those were the days too man. Too bad you cant find segments like that anymore today. And whats cool is they showed them year after year after year.

    Here are a few others I liked.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQGtEd40OFU

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi-ODZ3ING0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2FXPbW72Rs

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wxHeWaXa_I

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GOGNE0nWHk
    Those were great, I'd forgotten about the Mad Painter and the numbers songs!

    Quote Originally Posted by BetteDavisEyes1986 View Post
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=zkHM8xG6i8o
    I loved seeing REM on when my daughter was watching, I was like "Look Sammy thats REM" and I was freaking out lol
    I read somewhere that Michael Stipe was more nervous about doing that than nearly anything else. In an interview I read he said, "I was really excited about it. [The lyrics] are brilliant. The monsters get really happy and then they get really sad and then they get happy. And, presumably, I'm going to be happy and sad with them, singing along. You know how the Muppets flop when they're not happy? I can't wait for that."

    Quote Originally Posted by puddles View Post
    I grew up outside of Springfield Massachusetts where Sesame Street was filmed, I got to meet the whole cast, I was very young so it was like meeting royalty!!! My favorite skit was the guy who fell down the stairs with a certain no. of pies, I always though what a waste of pies!!!!! A good friend of mine went out with the daughter of the guy who plays Big Bird!, he always bragged that he fucked Big Birds daughter!
    LOL not everyone can claim that!

    Quote Originally Posted by A-train View Post
    Nessa remember this one? lol Its the first one i thought of!

    The pearly white teeth shark!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM54FfeAjqE
    Beat ya to it, sister! That one is a personal favorite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Here are two of my favorite Ernie & Bert Skits

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2UDWZM35vM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DZPpqdRApQ

    I also liked that number painter guy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBOo1jYuFbo
    That Number Painter guy is Paul Benedict from the Jeffersons.

    Pretty cool huh?
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    Grover was always my favorite....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkF0hVZtUFk
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    OMG!! This thread is bringing back so many memories!! all of the videos are awesome!! I forgot about the Shark and his Pearly Whites until I saw it again!! Loved it as a kid!!

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    Scariest Sesame Street moments

    Let's go back to our childhoods, and think about all the Sesame Street moments. I'm 18, and I loooooooooooved Sesame Street as a kid. In fact, I still kind of do in some ways. Were there any moments that scared you? I know there were a lot that scared me. I sometimes wouldn't want to watch Sesame Street because I was scared a certain episode would be on (I did this for other shows too). Share your most frightening Sesame Street moments, and post clips if you can find them. Here are some of the moments that scared me.

    The I-Beam-Apparently many others were scared of this too.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNInmrPmug8

    This one scared me too.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJ4H3Dvy7l8

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPdNWfci6jo

    Finally, this is one I have not seen, because it aired long before I was born. Margaret "Wicked Witch of the West" Hamilton appeared on Sesame Street in her witch persona. Apparently, this scared many kids, and it was never aired again. Couldn't find any clips, but here's a newspaper article

    Last edited by ajlposh; 10-12-2009 at 06:51 PM.
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    This was pretty traumatic for me:
    Scary things about Sesame Street.


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    I was horrified by this one:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nSmWHHZpVE
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    I always loved this clip, I LIVED for this clip...see, I was always a hag


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aQeL1AEazI

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    Sesame Street Rumors: Ignited after Bert's Gay 'Mo' Tweet on Twitter?



    Sesame Street rumors of Bert coming out of the closet are swirling after Bert took to Sesame Street’s official Twitter page and tweeted about being “more mo!” Mo is short for Homo! Could there really be something to the rumors or are people reading way too much into Bert’s little tweet?

    Even though Bert’s tweet was sent back in June, it’s just now making the major rounds on the Internet. Talk about being slow! Some people are claiming that the now infamous Sesame Street tweet was a “coded message” since it was sent during Gay Pride Month. But is there any truth to the Sesame Street rumors?
    Bert’s actual tweet sent from the official Sesame Street Twitter account was about Mr.T’s Mohawk(9:56 AM Jun 11th via web Retweeted by 100+ people) and it said, “Bert: Ever notice how similar my hair is to Mr. T’s? The only difference is mine is a little more ‘mo,’ a little less ‘hawk.’”
    So uh, wow! Let’s just say that after all this time and all these speculations, it would be nice for Sesame Street to come out and officially address the ongoing rumors about Bert and Ernie’s sexuality. However, it’s unlikely that will happen since Sesame Street is a very G-rated show and let’s face facts, Bert and Ernie are puppets! They don’t have the woo-haas to do this or that and for goodness sake just let them be!
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    Yeah speaking of Sesame street deaths i never see Herbert Birdsfoot or the Amazing Mumford anymore I think they died!

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    I saw the title of this thread and thought Grover must have gone postal.

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    This is weird, seeing this thread pop up tonigt -- I was just talking to my dad a few hours ago about the shows I watched as a kid, and how I think it's a shame my niece and nephew don't watch Sesame Street, because of how educational it is and how much I remember learning from it. But I'm also a big Muppets, Jim Henson, and Frank Oz fan anyway. I'm a little too young to remember the Mr. Hooper death. I'll have to watch that clip...

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    My boss goes to youtube and plays mahnahmahna whenever he thinks we're stressing. I love the muppets.

    Unfortunately I can't get my nephews interested in anything past Elmo. I bought them a super grover doll for Christmas and all they do is use it as a projectile. I loved Sesame street.
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    I actually have this old Sesame Street playset thing, and written on the wall in grafitti type it has a heart that says "David loves Maria". !!
    I sooooo remember David! I had no idea he died so young. :-(

    Also, I think I remember the "David loves Maria" heart as a part of the set back in the 70's. It seems like it was maybe engraved in a tree or something and every now and again they would pan by it and it was visible.

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    Sad news about Kermit and Miss Piggy.
    Hope Bert and Ernie are still together.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    I saw that Caroll Spinney I am Big Bird documentary, really touching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDude View Post
    I saw that Caroll Spinney I am Big Bird documentary, really touching.
    I want to see that documentary but have yet to do so. I have watched Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey about Kevin Clash though and enjoyed it.

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