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Discussion in 'Sesame Appearances' started by theprawncracker, Jun 19, 2008.
I just noticed the doorbell is the begining of the Sesame Street Theme
Ha! You sir win a cookie. Was wondering when someone else besides me woulda noticed that.
the voice was off more than usually, it didn't sound like David Rudman.
That's what I was thinking. Although it did sound like him some of the time to me. Hmm...
I love how Cookie Monster stood up for being a cookie monster..and ate his peabody . The laughs alone show that deep down everyone still loves SS :3
It didn't sound like David Rudman to me, either. I haven't asked yet, but I might venture to guess that Eric Jacobson might have been performing the character.
That is what I initially thought, but It's hard to make out.
I'm pretty sure it was David... at times Cookie kind of sounded like Baby Bear. But I guess I could be wrong.
Cookie Monster on the Colbert Report
Cookie Monster recently showed up on the Colbert Report for a hilarious discussion on how cookies are "no longer the number one snack for children under six." According to Stephen: "fruit is un-American."
There is already a thread for this,
but thanks, that was a good guest apperance
wow thanks for the link to watch this i missed it on tv i have not watched the colbolt report in a long time i am going to see if i can get a rerun and tape it on dvd .
cookie mostter was the best on that show wow wow
Loved the way Colbert and Cookie Monster reacted to each other, generally speaking; it's a shame nobody on YouTube's posted that clip in full, although that might be risky given Viacom's attitude.
I must add, check out this thread
If you like South Park, you may just want to pick it up.
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